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ah St ho do te w o. vl M cc M at W la A te M M Is ni h> nt K v b a e: V a: a: N a B D gi ei M S? w ni ir J. G w F C£ F. ai r« Si re it A a: F G V \1 d F a B ii ii V a C c 1 Ritlcmd-Snider wedding vows solemnized Oct. 16 Miss Catherine Ritiand of Overland Park, Kans-, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Curtis O. RiJ- land, of Overland Park, Kans.. and Mr. Merelyn Raymond Snider, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Snider of Sumner. Iowa, were united in marriage October 16 at the Bethany Lutheran Church at Overland Park. Rev. Andrew Sabo performed the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a fitted bodice gown of silk organza over taffeta, with a chapel train extending from the shoulders. Her gown and train were trimmed in organza roses appliqued with seed pearls. She wore an illusion veil, held in place with a small crown of seed pearls and carried a white prayer book. Miss Frances William of Prairie Village was the bride's attendant Mr. Arlin Snider of Waterloo. Iowa, brother of the groom, was the best man, John Ritland. brother of the bride, and Mark Anderon, of Sioux City, Iowa, cousins of the bride, served as ushers. Darwin Snider, brother of the groom, was candlelighter. The reception following the ceremony was held at the home of the bride's parents. The newlj-weds will be at home at 1687 Oakwood Drive in Waterloo, Iowa. To note anniversary CLUB NEWS All Club and 4-H nexw must be In by 3:00 pjn. Tuesday. Phone 224-3351 JUNIOR AtTXIUART The Junior Auxiliary of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion Hall after school Tuesday Nov. 29. The pirls are nsked to bring knitting needles. LEGION AUXILIARY The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held at the Legion Hall. Tuesday evening. Nov. 29 ,at 8 p.m. Program chairman is Mrs. Gene Rhea. The hostesses will be Mrs. Ida Rhode and Mrs. Mildred Wolfgrani. THE WOMAN'S CLUB The Woman's C3ub will meet Monday. November 28. at 8:00 pjiu with Mrs. J. R. Kane as hostess. Mrs, Robert Topping will give 'he presentation of the theme, and Mrs. Phil Gross. Mrs. Gene Rappold. and Mrs. Robert Topping will present the program for the evening. WOMENS MISSIONARY The Baptist Women's Missionary met Tuesday evening in the Mrs. Herman Lalk home at Hawkeye. PINOCHLE CLUB The "King and Queen" Pinochle Club met Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Daw-son. High score prizes -.vere won by Mr. and Mrs. Harm DeVries, and low prizes went to Mrs. Kenneth Harms and Rolland Drape. Mr. and Mrs. Drape also received traveling prize. LEROT GOPHERETTES Look ahead to the new year and back on the old were the main topics of discussion at the November Meeting of the Leroy Gopherettes 4-H club held November 7 at the home of Patricia Winter. A total of nine members answered roll call "Patterns and Styles I like best." There were four visitors, three mothers and two leaders present. The main item of business was election of officers for the coming year. The officers elected were: Janet Kuethe, President; Christine Fay, Vice President; Linda Guenther, Secretary; Debbie Kuethe, Treasurer; Maureen Schoephoerster, reporter; and Joanne Fay, Historian. The members discussed and arranged transportation to the Awards Banquet. Plans were also made to present a program at the Hillcrest Home for Thanksgiving. Margaret Kirchmann and Maureen Schoephoer- ster were appointed to select music. •The following talks were given: "Shoe Care" by Patricia Winter, and "My Hobby" by Julie Lineau. Lorainc Hanilows to observe 25th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Loraine Hamlow of Fredericksburg. whose 25th wedding anniversary will be Nov. 26, will be honored at JVMOR GIRL SCOUTS The Junior Girl Scout Troop 59 met on Thur.«day, Nov. 17, at 4.00 p.m. The Pledge to the Flag and the Girl Scout Promise were recited. Sashes and handbooks were discussed. The following offioars were elected: Pamela Kuhlmann, president: Roxelle Pecinovsky, vice-president: Debbie Martin, secretary: Carol Harms, treasurer: Beth Borcherding, reporter. Beth Borcherding brought the treats. The next meeting will be a field trip on Nov. 22. F*Bt'RG BRIDGE CLUB The Fredericksburg Bridge Club met Sunday evening at the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitcomb home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Forsman won the family prize. FRIDAY STUDY CLUB The Friday Study Club will meet Friday. November 25, at the home of Mrs. Bernard Thomas at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Esther Xiemann will be in charge of devotions, and Mrs. Ed O'Brien and Mrs. Chester Pals will be in charge of the program. LAUREL CHAPTER O.E.S. The Laurel Chapter 106 O.E.S. met in the Masonic Temple, Tuesday evening. Nov. 15. The 'report on the 89th Annual Session of the Grand Chapter O.E.S. was given by the worthy matron. Mrs. Albert Rees. The session was held at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Rees was chosen by the worthy grand matron. Virginia Jones, to be one of her Joy Lights. There were over 250 ladies taking part in this ceremony. The 1966 session was called the "Light of Life" and was attended by over 2300 members. Of the 444 Working Eastern Star Chapter, 379 of their worthy matrons were in attendance, and 149 of their worthy patrons attended. The Laurel Chapter received the Personal Service Award from the Grand Chapter. W. M. Mrs. Albert Rees welcomed the members and read a Thanksgiving poem. A memorial service was held for the deceased members. The December meeting will be held December 20, with the election of officers taking place and a Christmas party being held. Know Your Library Have you read a good book lately? By Mrs. A. F. Miller, member Library Board of Trustees It is good to give thanks. A feeling of gratitude is not books, for they are a treasure and a store house containing the ™«nVH~ tn a sinele day of the key to wisdom and happy living, vear Rarely a day passes in We are eternally grateful for which we do not have ample good books that inspire us give w . „ ,..i t t\, nn Tr* us strength and courage; books that answer our questions and enrich your way of living. Yes, truly we give thanks for However, it is fitting to se aside a special day in which we reflect deeply on the many reasons to be grateful. As we review the library year, we realize that it was a period of considerable progress. The spacious, lovely new location is the culmination of a long cherished dream. It is fitting ,that on this day, we humbly and , the great legacy of books that is ours. New Books at the Library: , "This Stubborn Soil" by Owens. An autobiographical chronicle of frontier life in twentieth century Texas, and the story of a boy in search of something be- reverently give thanks for the yond a one-room school. It is a reVe people who tirelessly spirited book about a profoundly many worked to translate the dream American experience. "Where The Sea Breaks Its TZl'^S 0? SXdl °E •.«*• » ? Cor« ? ™. The Eg SKS-m-Erj s^dt^srs substance toward making this is also the story of Alaska before library a significant service for the guns of fur hunters shattered In IL avails themselves of the its prlmeoal peace and .taught- ered its sky and beautiful creatures by the thousand. It is also a warning of the price we pay for our heedless destruction of nature's bounty. all who avails themselves privilege. When death terminated the labors of our faithful librarian, we were inordinately fortunate to have available trained compe- ' carry Recently married "My Land Has a Voice" by Jesse Stuart. The author relates with sympathy and profound g7e7s" and'to "expand into still understanding the story of pri- gress, auu __ ^ f _ ^__ mal Kentucky and the Tennes- WESTGATE—Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Rummel were married Nov. 12 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Lament. The Rev. Justin Kane officiated at the 11:00 a.m. double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Rummel are making their home In Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Rummel is the former Margaret Myers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Myers of Lamont. Mr. Rummel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rummel of Westgate. broader fields of service. For this we are eternally grateful (and hope the happy arrangement can go' on forever). We are deeply thankful for our readers for they are the sole reason for the existence of a library. This explains why we cherish them like pearls of great price. We realize fully well that so far as we supply the needs of the reader. It is a stimulating see mountain country. With tenderness and wisdom Stuart leads you through the small part of America which through his magic, becomes the whole wide world. "America and Americans" by John Steinbeck. This remarkable book brings together a text • so far as we supply the needs tures by 55 prominent pnotog- Be consumer wise... ^r^^ss Family financial know-how is now becoming something families talk about and study. That's the opinion of Pearl E. Pardee, extension Home Economist, who has seen this area of education grow almost overnight. It's respectable now to seek educational help on how credit means in extra dollar out-go. Study groups can be organized to get at the family mathematics of credit. Pearl Pardee says workshops in credit, money management, and getting the most for your dollar have been held in the past two years for the few who attended. If you, a consumer, or you, an organized are plunging into a sea of books, struggling with a wealth of ed States, its scenic beauty as well as its human variousness, dynTnuc and zestful TdeaV that and above all its vitality. The uyiJdiiuv. cxjiu !.*-*• ' , _..n—_ «j~;to if io on olnnnpnt makes life an exhilarating affair. It is debatable whether intelligence is the product of reading, or whether the reading habit is the result of intelligence. The author admits it is an eloquent statement of prejudice in favor of his native land inspired by curiosity, impatience, some anger and a passionate love of America and its people. His writing is rates work, how budgeting can Committee in charge is Mr. and ^ done gainfully, O n how and group did not attend these work- iwo ^"closely interwoven, *nd realistic, distinguished by sym- readta7 "»nds are growing pathetic humor of deep percep- Mrs. Louis Hochberger, JoAnn Elmer, Belle Wescott, and Mildred Wolfgram. CUB SCOUT PACK The November Cub Scout Pack meeting will be held at the usual time, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28, but not at the usual location. Most of the Cub Pack meetings have been held at the Legion Hall in the past. Monday's meeting will be held in the Assembly Room on the second floor of the City Hall. The theme lor the month of November and for the pack meeting is SPACE. Some of the work of the Cubs will be on dis-i play before the Pack meeting. A film on space will be shown as part of the program. Two new dens have been established recently. Den 1 has been organized by Mrs. Joyce Rogers and Mrs. Lucille Walker for the following boys: Mark Moser, Bob O'Brien, Jim Walker, where to keep important papers that affect a family's security, she says. Her office is tuned up to meet this new demand and Iowa State University specialists are ready and willing to give educational helps. And cooperating to help give guidance to families are financial counselors, banks, credit unions and countless other organizations. You, the consumer, makes the decision, "What do I need". Most popular of consumer booklets your Extension service now has for families .is "Your Family Business Affairs," a booklet prepared by Iowa State University to help families sort out all their important family documents and legal papers. The booklet also suggests where such papers should be kept for protection and ready reference. So many unexpected situations arise in families, whether from minds. And so we give thanks for shops, and now wish to study this phase, why not contact your Extension home economist? One Edmund Schmitts surprised of .the facts of financial life many --•• •> *•- — —• families don't know, is that a credit rating is established just in paying your grocery bill or phone bill. You don't need to borrow money just to establish a credit rating—your rating is already -there. EAST-OF-TOWN Mrs. At Wolfgram Mrs. Mary Ladwig, 97, fractured her hip in a fall at the Western Home in Cedar Falls Sunday morning. She was ros- pitalized at Sartori Hospital in Cedar Falls, and was later (transferred to Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo. Mrs. Lloyd Ladwig, Mrs. Howard Treloar and Richard of Waterloo, Mr. on 10th wedding anniv. Sunday evening, Nov. 13, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Schmitt were surprised on 'the occasion of their 10th wedding anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mikota, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mikota, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Mikata, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mikota, Gerry Mikota, Mrs. Ann Mikota, Matt Gerleman, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schmitt, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Schmitt, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sdhmltt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmitt, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scholbrock, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Raatz, Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Begalske, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hauer, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hackman, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kuehner. The evening was spent play- tion. "Ess Ess Mein Kindt" by Golden. The title is a familiar Yiddish expression which means, "Eat Eat, My Child." It is an expression of love a mother feels for her child, but on the Lower East Side of New York it was a rallying cry for survival. In this, his tenth book, Mr. Golden returns to themes for which he is famous. He uses his machete on segregation and the denial of civil rgihts. He comments on Southern hospitality, reformed Communist morals, taxes, television, infidelity, Africa, Viet Nam, liquor, sex and immorality and a multitude of other lively matters. sive half back for the New York Giants tells the amazing Btory of his exciting career in RliurlH and gives his views of footbnll and life in general. "H All Started with Columbus" by Armour. A hilarious an open house at the home of rjarrell Strempke, Dennis Win- natural disasters like the tornado and Mrs. Lloyd Klotz and Gaile ing cards. Prizes went to Mi's. | m , r , 1oy ' through American hist- ihAir HaiipMpr Mrs Rnmaine A 14- T^imnnrt r\v nr» i,novnnM«>H «* ir^o^o^i^b-cVMii*cr nnri Mrs. Al T_.aVern BeEalske. Mrs. Henry . _ n t.. n uhnrnpless comnend- Lester Foxs to observe 25th anniversary Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fox of Route 1, Sumner, will observe their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, Nov. 27, at Center Valley with a family dinner Sunday noon, and open house at the First married on Nov. 25, 1941, in Oelwein. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murphy of Ridgeway, niece and nephew of the couple, will be host and hostess at the open house. Everyone is welcome to attend. their daughter, Mrs. Romaine Lee, two miles south of Tripoli, Sunday, November 27, from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. Miss Edna Reiter and Loraine Hamlow were married in Fairbank on Nov. 26, 1941. They now farm in the Fredericksburg area. Hosts and hostesses will be their three daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Sauerbrei, Daryl and Wanda of Grinnell, Mr. and Mrs. Romaine Lee of Tripoli, and Beverly, at home. No invitations have been sent. Paul Johnsons observe 30th wedding anniversary ,ter. Mrs. Carol Greenfield and Mrs. Wilma Kohlmeyer have formed Den 2 with the following boys, Dale Nelson, Frankie Kohlmeyer Darwin Kueker, Mark Bigelow, Mike Greenfield, and Mark Hoepfner. The parents and family of all Cub Scouts are invited to attend Monday's meeting. BIRTHDAY CLUB at Belmond or an unexpected death in the family that having family financial matters secure is imperative. Consumer credit has become a way of life, much like apple pie and football games. Many people borrow money but few actually know the true interest rate they pay and what this sented by leaders Mrs. Wm. Ad- of Fredericksburg, and Mrs. Al Wolfgram called in the Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Treloar home Sunday and with Mrs. Mary Ladwig at the Allen Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Treloar had returned to her home the past week, after undergoing eye surgery at Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo. LaVern Begalske, Mrs. Henry Schmitt, LaVern Begalske and Gerry Mikota. A potluck lunch was served. Marilyn Bousku observes 8th birthday anniversary oi'v It is n shameless compendium of deftly distorted facts, written for people who having lolled through a single volume of history in school, swore they would never read another one. Marilyn Bouska was honored » Sumner Gazette i. AM O4\^ lxl»«f ViH n\r n%^nl\rr\i*i;ni*\r ** _ A * .* * Mr. and Mrs. Allen Alber and on her 8th birthday anniversary w U .T""\fnvpmhpr 24 1Q66 . and Mrs. last Sunday, Nov. 13 at the homo Thursday, NovemDei <M, 1JOD PINHOOK-Mrs. Jan.es Wolf *™. ™L^* T ^^*£ m 411 »« i i- A Mr- and Mrs. Allen Johnson Baptist Church in Sumner from ^AUen ^rtapUjed of Marion ^ Mr . ^ ^ Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fox were Roy Pleggenkuhles hold open house Sunday, Nov. 27 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pleggenkuhle will observe their 25th wedding anniversary with, open house at their home on Sunday, Nov. 27, from 2 to 5 pjn. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Ruth Gruenberg and Roy Pleggenkuhle were married Nov. g7. 1941, at ithe Little Brown Church by Rev. Hanscom. They are the parents of three Children: Allan of Fredericksburg, Diane (Mrs. Dan Shedd) of Hawkeye and Lana at home. They have two grandchildren, Sandra and Karen. J4sa Schnor observes Jst birthday anniversary Potluck dinner guests in the Tracy Allen Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meyer of Waterloo received the Sacrament of Bap- manuel Lutheran Church at Waterloo, with Rev. Eugene F. Kramer officiating. Sponsors for Tracy were Mrs. Richard Bergman, Mrs. Bill Buhr, and Daryl Rieck. Dinner was served in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Inrin Carpenter. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rieck, Daryl Rieck, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bergman, and Gwendolyn, Mrs. Mabel Tupper, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Busch, Janice Kay and Larry Lee of Waverly, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meyer and Tracy Allen. Going away party given for Larry Wendt Sunday Sunday guests at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wendt and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wendt in honor of a going away party for Darroll Henning entertained their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson at a dinner Sunday at Carvers in Waverly in honor of their 30th wedding anniversary. In tHe afternoon they were surprised in their home by 22 guests from Sumner, Westgate, Cedar Falls, and Fredericksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Henning presented the honored couple with an open Bible cake baked and decorated by Mrs. Harvey Kuhlmann. Mrs. Henning and Mrs. Allen Johnson were hostesses to a 5 p.m. buffet supper. Paul Johnson and Pauline Hopka were married Nov. 18, 1936, at Des Moines. They have farmed all their married life in the Westgate and Sumner vicinity. They are the parents of two sons, Allen of Marion and Donald of Prairie Village, Kans., and three daughters, Mrs. Alvin O'Connell of Miriam, Kans. Mrs. Darroll Henning of Sumner, and Miss Darlene Johnson of Kansas entertained the Jolly Birthday Club at her Thursday evening with members present. Prizes went to Mrs. Ray Kuethe, Mrs. Ada McConkey, Mrs. Will Flanscha, Mrs. W. H. Pratt, and Mrs. Richard Reynolds. A group gift was presented to Mrs. Wolf. EUB LADIES AID W E S T G A T.E — The E.U.B Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. David Kauten on Wednesday afternoon. Eleven members answered roll call with a scripture verse. The Christmas Party will be held December 8 at 7 p.m. at the Conservation Hall in Westgate. Tr-to,. Mrs. Warren Rueber. Lorraine home Weinglner and Jud_y Kelly ad- 15 vanced to Cadette Scouts. A total of 27 Scouts are now in troop 486. DAYTON LADIES The Dayton Township Ladies and friends held their meeting Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 15, at the Hillcrest Home. Mrs. Don Rader, chairman, opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by the secretary and treasurer reports. The recreation chairman, family of Stanley, Mr Ed Tegtmeier, and Mrs. Roy Binning were Sunday guests in the Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Buhr home at Fayette. Mrs. Frank Bohle and Charles were Saturday evening visitors in the Mi-, and Mrs. Duane Lines home at Nashua. Mrs. Maurice Watt of Sy- crause, New York, was a Thursday overnight and Friday guest in the Mrs. Roy Binning home. Mrs. Henry A. Buhr and Mrs. Frank Bohle were Saturday dinner guests in the Mrs. Anianda Wehling home at Readlyn. In the afternon they helped Mrs. Minnie Wehling observe her 84th Mrs. Verlyn Rader, sponsored birthday anniversary at 'the Suna bingo game played for the set Home at Denver. Hillcrest Home. of her parents, the John Bouska's. Guests were Debbie Winters, Sharon Schmitt and Karen and Sandy Stienlage. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Florlnn Stienlage of Lawler, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Stienlage and family at Ft. Atkinson, Mr. and Mm Anton Stienlage and Mick of St. Lucas and Mrs. Daniel Winters and family. Marilyn's birthday anniversary was Nov. 20. She received many gifts from her friends. Games were played and a lunch was served. Shop aumner stores First!! soon for the service, were Mrs. Ruth Schultz sad family of Waterloo, Pat Smith of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frank and girls of Nevada, la., Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mummelthie of Mason City, Mrs. Esther Mum- melthie of Rockford, Mrs. Bertha Albrecht of Frederika, Greg ""•'•' ' - M _ __j Buckendahl, Charles Oberbrock- Evening |J»este were Mr and ^ ^^ JenUM> ^ Walter anniversary were god Mrs. Carlyle Nicklaus, and Todd °t Hudson, Mrs. Sfckiaus «wd Linda, Mr. Jrs. ErvJn Schnor, Mr. and Andy Nicklaus, Canna and ~ e. Ray Wehl- Mr. Tracy and Steve Hennager prier of Sumner. Mr. 8fld Mrs. Earl Thompson of Waterloo wens Sunday dinner and afternoon guests in tbe Nor- Mrs. Marvin Holtz honored at coffee Wednesday WESTGATE — A coffee was held Wednesday morning in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Marvin Holtz at her home. Those present were Mrs. Harold Cue, Mrs. Paul Gruetzmacher, Mrs. Wayne KummeU, Mrs. August Potratz, Mrs. Dick Eue- ber, Mi*. Verne Hucke, Bob B»r- -tels, MIC. Will Sabin, and Mrs. <2ar ladies at the There were 13 Jadies present. At the meeting the following J^a^th^Sl^Ch^tmS a\lT r»fflfOT-c 117*>r*a AloMari* Mi-o UCC. J.O W*«» •» *•" ^ _ party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Meyer, with a potluck supper at 7:30 p.m. JUNIOR AUXILIARY Junior Auxiliary will meet Nov 28 at the Legion Hall after school with their leader, Mrs. Earl Woodson. They will be making Christmas centerpieces for the dinner the Auxiliary will be serving in December. Lunch will be served by Debra Ehrhardt. FABMETTE CLUB Farmette Club witt meet Nov. 30 at 2:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Carl Hyman. Roll Call and program will be Xmas Ideas. The members are to bring or tell some Christmas idea. new officers were elected: Mrs. Alonzo Hancock, president; Mrs. Vern Hucke, vice president; Mrs. Ben Nachtman, secretary, and Mrs. Charles Reed, treasurer. Mrs. Hancock gave the scripture lesson and was in charge of entertainment. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Leon Groskurth, Mrs. Leona Gott, Mrs. Reed, and Mrs. Hucke, Door prize went to Mrs. Keith Baker. JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS WESTGATE — The Junior Scout Troop 486 entertained their mothers at the investiture cere- LEGION AUXILIARY American Legion and Auxiliary will meet Monday evening, The new Brownie members received their pins and membership cards form the leader, Mrs. Robert Eldridge, who presented a "Flying Up" service for the nine Brownie members becoming Junior Girl Scouts. The new Junior Scouts invested were Carol Carey, Darla Pike, Jill Jellings, Dee Ann Weininger, a"o6 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Robin Eldridge, Diane Schwarz, H 'erman Scbuitz, Mrs- Bob- Barbara Lundry, Kim HOlman, EiteL and Mrs. BUa JP»*s. Julie gmjltb, Marlene Millard, ** wlf *^ 4 flaf wwepwsoy wa» present. M^8. ed by fite Trow, *ad member- SUNSET Open 7:00 NOW! 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