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Modern Wood Ranges
"We never really stopped making coal and wood ranges since our company's origin in 1896," reports Don Dohmann, advertising manager for Monarch Range Co., Beaver Dam, Wis. "The energy crunch, and the abundance of firewood in many areas, triggered a surge in sales. Because of our technical and engineering background in manufacturing coal-wood ranges and heaters, we've been able to swing right into accelerated production to keep pace with increasing demand."
Dohmann reports that many farm families are using Monarch's combination ranges to take out the chill in the spring and fall, or as a main source of heat, depending on how large the home is. "It's also a comfortable feeling to have a place for auxiliary cooking on top of the coal-wood section, and a source of heat in case the electricity goes off."
For more details on Monarch's modern kitchen ranges equipped for burning wood, coal or corn cobs on one side, and with electric or gas burners and oven on the other, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Monarch Kitchen Appliances, Beaver Dam, Wis. 53916 (ph. 414 887-8131).

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