Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 29, 1952 · Page 8
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, May 29, 1952
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1952 MOTHER AND DAUGHTER GET-TOGETHER — Oldest and youngest mothers were recognize Tuesday night at Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church and were Riven potted plants for gifts. Fro uesay nig a we re y . left, Mrs. Lee Durham, speaker; Mr:,. James Spiller, mistress of ceremonies; her daughter, jane; Mrs James Ackman and Mr,. C. VV. Stockdale.— Staff photo. North Alton Lady BURS to Oranitn City The Military Order of Lady Bugs has been invited to attend a social night program Saturday at. the VFW Home in Granite City. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p. m. and the meeting is to get underway at 8. Mrs. Hildred Damrell, royal gold bug of Chicago, will be present. The group is meeting to organize a Lady Bug unit at Granite City. Kindergarten Graduation Today The kindergarten class of Old Cathedral School had their graduation exercises and special program for parents and friends today at the school. All members of the class welcomed the guests, gave the pledge to the Flag, sang America and had a rhythm clapping number. The boys presented "Wooden Soldiers on Parade." The recitations were "Fairy Garments 1 ' by Dianne Springman, Stella Moss, Mary Ellen Henderson, Gall Judy and Diane Saenz; "When I Grow Up" by Ned Broder- Ick; "Lovely Lady," Elaine Forbes, Georgene Gray, Dale Bregenzer and Jean Gavin; "Pussykins," Jane McCarthy, Susan Mulroy and Audry Heintz; "It's Fun to Be Clean" by Maureen McLaughlin, Deborah Laughlin, James Beckman and Cynthia Deem; "Bubbles Are Fun" by Carol Dunn; "The Moon" by Larry Roderfeld and, Donald Huebener; "The Goops" by Jon Keehner and James Grant; "Soup Sea" by Dick Siemer and Stephen Hanudel; "Dandelions" by Karen Siemer and Sharon Siemer. The songs presented were "I'll Skate on MY Roller Skates" by Audrey Heintz, Susan Mulroy, Jane McCarthy, Dick Siemer, David Milford and Jon Keehner; "Under MY Umbrella" by Carol Dunn, Jean Gavin, Deborah Laughlin, Donald Huebener, and Mary Ellen Henderson; "A Blue Bird Sings" by Karen Siemer, Elaine Forbes, Stella Moss, Maureen McLaughlin Jot Brandt Hardware IDW BRINK TOUR HOME New Lone-Lift Beauty and Protection pf iH 3 with MONARCH HOUSE HINT Martin-Senour'j new, improved MONARCH Undercoat and House Paint brings brighter, fresher, more lasting bo«ury to yoor house . . . plus sturdy protection against the weather. This wonder paint is smoother and tougher than ever ... stays cleaner than ordinary house paints, too! First the Monarch Undercoat and then the beautiful Finish coal give the handsome, durable finish your house deserves ... for years to come! Ask now • boat MONARCH HOUSE PAINT to brighten and protect jrout home in the color of your choice. 1 .95 Per Gal. in 4's $ 5 Joe Brand! Hdwe. 712 EAST BROADWAY and Ned Broderick; "At. The Zoo" by Gail .Tudy, Georgene Gray, Jimmy Grant, Dianne Springman, Sharon Siemer, Stephen Hanudel, Jimmy Beckman and Larry Roder- feld. All of the pupils returned for the "Hansel and Gretel Dance." David Milford closed the program with his "Thank You." The Rev. Father Thomas Gough presented the diplomas. Mrs. A. T. Hausmann is the kindergarten teacher and Mother Carmelita Is the principal. Entertain Relative* Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klinke of 653 Elfgen street: entertained Mrs. Klinke's aunt, Mrs. Clyde Beane, and son Sgt. Herschel Beane, Tuesday evening with a dinner at their home. Mrs. Beane's home is in Fort Atkinson, Wis., Sgt. Beane returned home 3 weeks ago after serving 13 months with the marines in Korea. \Vhile in Alton visiting relatives and friends the Beane's are staying with Mrs. Beane's sister, Mrs. J. E. Newell of 1901 Worden avenue. Pack Meeting Tonight Cub Scout Pack 62 of Rufus Easton School will meet at 7:30 tonight at the school. Annual Birthday Dinner Girl Scout Troop 49 of Old Cathedral School will have the annual birthday covered dish dinner at 6:30 tonight at Cathedral Hall. Cub Scout Meetings Den 4 of Pack 7 of Elm Street Presbyterian Church met Monday at the home of Mrs. John Paul at 2317 Gillis street. The boys opened the meeting with their Promise and played Indian games. Mrs. Rerbert St. Peters read an Indian story. They practiced methods of artificial respiration, worked on place cards for the Scout appreciation dinner and closed with the law of the pack. Den 1 of Pack 7 met Monday a-t the home of Mrs. Charles Norman, Walter street. The boys played outdoor games, made place cards and wooden bird houses. Bobby Ebbler led the flag ceremony and the meeting was closed with the promise. Den 2 of Pack 7 met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Robert Harlow at 2404 Alby street. The boys made place cards and worked on their Indiana project to be used for the pack meeting. Refreshments were served by the den mothers. The meeting closed with the living circle ceremony. Den 3 of Pack 7 met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Milton Montague at 326 Glover street. The meeting opened with the boys singing "America." Mrs. Montague read the Webelos legend for the boys. The boys started work on Indian bead rings. Jimmy Russo led the closing with the Cub Scout promise. Mcadowbrook MEADOBROOK—Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kidel had as guests Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Estes of Wood River. Mr. alid Mrs. J. A. Walker spent Monday at St. John's Hos pital in St. Louis with Mr. Walker's father who is a surgical patient there. Mrs. Mae Boyce of Tumacacori, Ariz., is visiting her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walker this week. A potluck picnic was held at the school Tuesday. WE HAVE IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY A Complete Line of Plumbing & Heating Equipment No .Money Down — 3 Year* to I'uy BATHTUBS • CABINET SINKS LAVATORIES e MEDICINE CABINETS TOILETS e COMPLETE STEEL KITCHENS STOKERS « OIL FLOOR FURNACES BLOWERS e CAS FLOOR FURNACES FURNACES e AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS Coal— Oil — Ga» (ian and Electric Water Pipe—Soil Pipe—Furnace Pipe—And All Fittings Quality At Lowest Prices WISEMAN, Inc. '£ PLUMBING & HEATING SUPPLIES Broadway 127 Enrolled In Cfirrollton Bible Schools CARROLLTON — Rev. Pedro Zotcllc of Santiago, Chile, pastor of the First Methodist Church in lhat city, has been visiting the Vacation Bible Schools in three churches of the city. This week. Rev. Walter B. Pruett, dean of the Bible school reported Tuesday that a total of 127 children have enrolled in the school. Mrs. Elmer Setterlund is superintendent of the kindergarten group at the Methodist Church where 32 are enrolled. Teachers are Mrs. D. B. Shaw. Mrs. Robert Blackstonc, Mrs. Everett Mehl, Mrs. Dean Clough, Miss Lynda Shackelford and Miss Sandra Carter. Forty-one are enrolled in the primary department at the Baptist Church of which Mrs. Ellery Dawdy is superintendent. Assistants there are Mrs. Henry Borlin, Mrs. Robert Butler, Mrs. Ernest Roberts jr., Miss Sara Beth Williams, Miss Mary Lou Sexton, and Miss Loretta Schofield. Forty two are enrolled in the Junior department in the Presbyterian Church with Mrs. A. D. Wilson as superintendent. Assistant teachers in this department are Mrs. Laurel Grigg, Mrs. Victor Clark, Mrs. J. D. Carter jr., and Mrs. Arch Howard. Twelve are enrolled in the Intermediate department at the Methodist Church with Mrs. Walter B. Pruett as superintendent. Mrs. Pruett is being assisted by Mrs. Robert Richie, Mrs. Paul Freeh and Mrs. Don Allen. Medora High, Grade School Closes Today MEDORA — The local high and grade school closed today for the summer vacation. Commencement: exercises for both the high and grade school will be held this evening in the high school gym. At the grade school each room had separate closing activities. The primary room ate their dinner as usual in the school lunch rooms, but had a treat during the afternoon. Games were enjoyed, Mrs. J. H. Jordan is the teacher. Mrs. Reta Smith's room had a wiener roast on the school grounds and Mrs. Mary Hembrow's room had a wiener roast at the Thomas Gnffney farm. Farewell and Ilirthdny Party MEDORA—A pot luck supper was given Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gilworth which was a farewell for the teachers, Miss Mary Lake and Fern Pancoast, who have resided at the J. W. Robinson home during the school term. It. was also for the birthday of Mrs. George Wilton. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. George Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Eddleman, Miss Mary Lake, Fern PaiK'onsl and Mr. and Mrs. Gilworth. .Music ('hisses to Start MEDORA — John Honoris of Community Unit District No. 9, announces the June music classes in piano and voice will start next week. Otto Jaeoby will continue with the instrumental and band work. Registration days have been set as follows: Piasn, Monday afternoon; Shipman, Tuesday morning; Medora, Wednesday morning; Brighton, Thursday morning; Kemper, Friday morning and Fidelity, Friday afternoon. I'ants Tax Fought Fat or elderly nu>n who wear long pants are being unduly taxed, says Norman Dohbs, member of Parliament, in London. Under the clothes tax schedule, the thin, athletic man can buy short pants free of purchase tax, but an outsize or elderly man has to pay a tax on long pants, Dodds says. He wants the government to reconsider a plan which taxes citizens "because of their age or size." VIeclora Athletes Awarded Letters MEDORA — High and grade school athletes were honored at a parly given at the high school Saturday evening. Letters were awarded to the following: Basketball, Jack Barkley, Leo Kuebrich, Tom Cunningham, Luman Harlan, David Frlcker, Louis Quirk, Charles Cadmus, Ronald Rhodes, Lester Roberts, Donald Frueh, Clyde Holllday, Jackie Sarginson, Floyd Summers and Raymond Thurm. Softball, Jack Barkley, Leo Kuobrich, Donald Cunningham. Donald Jones, Keilh Powell, Tom Cunningham, Luman Harlan, David Frlcker, Louis Quirk, Charles Cadmus, Ronald Rhodes, Donald Frueh, Jackie Sarginson, Raymond Thurm, Ronnie Prather, John | Kuebrich and Herman Smith. Track, Jack Barkley, Leo Kiie- brich, Kenny Oimlin, Gerald Jackson, Donald Jones, Dick Marshall, Keith Powell, Tom Cunningham, Luman Harlan, David Fricker, Louis Quirk, Charles Cadmus, Donald Rhodes. Jackie Savginson, Raymond Thurm and Richard Fruoh. A trophy won by the lightweight basketball team was presented to their captain. Ronald Rhodes. 4-H Club Meets MEDORA — The newly-organ- 4-H Agricultural Club met Tuesday evening at the Legion Hnll. Four new members wove received into the club. They were Phillip Onlis, Junior Well, Barbara Harlan and Donald Fruoh. Robert Wack, assistant farm adviser, was present at the meeting. Jackie Sarginson gave a talk on his experiences In the Kemper 4-H Club. The next meeting will be June 24 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sarginson. Officers of the club are: Jackie Sarginson, p r e s i de n t ; Gleen Thurm, vice-president; Donna Sarginson, secretary, and Cecelia Sarginson, president; Glenn Cheer leaders, Donna Wise, Edna Jones, Eileen Jones, Loretla Richey, and Gloria Rhine. Sliipmaii SHIPMAN — Leo Stampe, Dan Mansen, Donald Breitwiser, and Leslie and Jack Alward of tho Piasa Bird 4-H Club, Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Alward and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Breitwiser attended the 4-H officers training school at Carlinville, Tuesday. A joint meeting of the Piasn Birds and Shipman 49'ers 4-H clubs will be held at the Shipman Lutheran Church basement June 5, at 7:30 p. m., CST. Miss Abbie Dodson, 80, who suffered a fractured hip in a fall at her home Friday evening, underwent surgery at the Macoupin Hospital in Carlinville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Raymond of Bunker Hill were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Breitwiser. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Dugan and Dennis spent Sunday at the St. Louis zoo. Edward Douglas and Alberta, and Miss Dorothy Doughty of St. Louis were weekend guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Doughty. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burris and Carol of Wood River were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Archer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vahle, M.«. and Mrs. Robert Krause, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Krause and Rosemary of Jerseyville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Krause Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Euel Jacobs, Sharon Lee, and Danny Wayne, of Columbia, Mo., were weekend guests of Jacobs parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berghoff and family of Alton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lahr Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Odell and Nancy of Alton visited Mrs. Oriell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Craig, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Still visited Sunday with Mrs. Mary Rives at the Macoupin Nursing home near Carlinville. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brueggeman of Carlinville, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alward and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stampe, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brueggeman, Sunday afternoon. William Albrecht Rites Conducted at Worden WORDEN — Funeral services for William Albrecht, 66, of Staunton, a former Worden resident, who died Sunday at St. Francis Hospital, Litchfield, were held here Tuesday afternoon, at the Christian Clum-h, Rev, Guy Brown, pastor of the Edwardsville Christian Church, officiated. Pallbearers were Henry and Charles lleinemeier, James H Kicrlc, Charles Behme, John Best sr., and John H. Schneider, Burial was in Worden cemetery. Telegraph Want Ads Click! GIRL SCOUTS AT CHILDREN'S HOME—The troop held a dinner and entertainment Tuesday night at the orphanage, they lined up for a picture around the Rev. Casimir Andruskevitch, superintendent.—Staff photo Hera Metlora MEDORA — Corporal Bill Bow- <er returned to Camp Atlerbury, Ind., Tuesday, after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Bowker, over the weekend. Mrs. T. H. Craig spent the weekend at the home of her son, P. E. >aig, in Piasa. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Carter •Idwardsville, spent Monday at the home of her father, George Holliday. H. L. Glower and Miss Delia lower visited in Alton Sunday afternoon at the homes of their brothers, R. N. and W. W. Glower. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lang were here from East St. Louis to spend he weekend with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Voorhees. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gorham and amily spent Sunday in Jerseyville at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bahr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Ryan lad as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pruitt and daughter, Marion, Hettick, Mr. and Mrs. Wess Pursey and family of Carlinville, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Moore and family of Fidelity. / Sgt. David McKee of Fort Sheridan spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David McKee. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Turner and family of Springfield visited Sunday afternoon at the home of his uncle, Clifford Turner. His mother, Mrs. Mary Turner, accompanied them home. • Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKinney and family spent Sunday evening in Jerseyville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rhodes, Mrs. Dale Smith and children and Mrs. Nellie Barnes were in Alton Monday. Miss Janet Elledge spent the weekend jn Alton with her sister, Miss Betty Elledge, and aunt, Mrs Charles Burke. Nelson Robinson and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Robinson, spent Sunday in Peoria with Mr. and Mrs. John Peek. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker of Chesterfield and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Huff and sons, Rockbridge, visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huff. Frank Carr and daughter, and Mrs. Lester Brown and daughter, Janice, Brighton, were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rhodes. Mr., and Mrs. T. E. Challacombe had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berthold and Mrs. Ethel McNew, St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs Harley Conrad and family, Godfrey, and Charles Challacombe, Shipman. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jaynes and daughter, Bunker Hill, and Billy and Dixie Winslade, Shipman, were weekend guests at the P. L. Jaynes home. Other guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jaynes and son, Robert, Carlinville, and Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Winslade, Shipman. Mrs. Lewis Meyer and Mrs. John Harold and daughter, Bertram, St. Louis, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Orth. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pruitt spent the weekend at the home of their son, Howard Pruitt, at Carlinville. Mr. and Mrs. Roy French and Mr., and Mrs. Byron Ruyle and son, Jack, visited relatives at Ashland and Virginia Sunday. Mrs. Rosa Wagenblast, Alton, visited Sunday afternoon with her sister, Mrs. Fred Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bowker and CAMERAS ON EASY TERMS if BUI I, A. HOUKIi if KK\ KKt: !»«•<• I's Kor I Mm .1 Dot-loping Meyer Hurwitz JMVKUtV tO • M; K Knt.iUu.iN Phuiir MS!' Telegraph Want Ads Click! VACATION COMING UP? CaH Helen R. Yeothan tor AH Expense Escorted and Unescorted Circle Trip* Kirkland. Happiness Vanderbilt 4 Mart Tpurs Day 2-3113—Nite 3-707? IMMEDIATE DELIVERY No Trade Necessary 1952 DeSoto 4-Door 6 Cylinder 1952 DeSoto 4-Door Firedome 8 Cylinder $400 Discount Vest It's True Broim Still Ch'es the Best Deal! JOHN T. BROWN PIAL 3-3535 1610 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 3-3534 son, Greenfield, and Miss Evelyn Spurgeon, Rochester, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Truman Bowker. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnett and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Glower, Alton, were guests Sunday evening at the H. L. Glower home. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Chisin and son. Bobby, spent Sunday at Greenfield with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Plogger. MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowis, Morrisonville, visited Monday evening with Mrs. Bertha Rhoads. Everett Cook, Denver, Colo., a Former Medora resident, visited here this week with his aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Ore, and with Mrs. Nellie Warner. His sisters, Mrs. Ralph Evvin, Omaha, Nebr., and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Morton, Kansas City, Mo., are expected here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Alberts and son, Mike, Sullivan. 111., are iiere for the Decoration Day vacation at the home of his sister, Mrs. Wayne Chism. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ewin and her father, William H. Moore, visited Sunday with William Mulcahy and Mrs. Mary Widaman in Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson and family, Girard, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Moore, Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bowker and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson. Mrs. W. B. Challacombe and daughters were in St. Louis over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. O'Bryant. Mrs. Rudolph Aldridge and children, Janice and Kenneth, Brighton, visited Tuesday %vith her sister, Mrs. H. F. Shields. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manns, Mrs. Myles Lowis and daughter, Janis, Alton, visited Tuesday with Mrs. Bertha Rhoads. Sandra and Roger Wilton, Palmyra, spent Tuesday with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Nixon. Fosterlmrg FOSTERBURG — Abirthday party was given Tuesday afternoon in the fifth and sixth grade room at Fosterburg School in honor of Jerry Allen, Joan Vonderheit, and Esther Harris. Three of the pupils, Martha Sue Fehrenbacher, Margo Holbert, and Sandra Sitton, baked cakes. Mrs. Daley Sibley of Fosterburg and Mrs. Guy Whited of Edwardsville drove to Kampsville Wednesday to visit Mrs. Robert Sibley on her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gvillo and son, Lester, and daughter, Irene, and Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson attended a dog shop in Carroll- ton Sunday. The junior Sunday school of Zion Presbyterian Church will have a party Tuesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Parents who live east of Fosterburg are in charge of arrangements. They are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Moeller, Mr. and Mrs. Daley Sinley, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ralph, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schaefer Children 4 to 12 and their parents are invited. Mrs. M. C. Gabriel is superintendent of the junior Sunday school. Irene Gvillo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gvillo, was honoml with a birthday dinner Wednesday evening at her home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Kruse. _ Two sons of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Dennett traveled 13.000 miles from Australia to be present when their parents recently celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary in Derby, England. Grafton GRAFTON— The annual homecoming here will be held June 7 and 8 under the sponsorship of the Civic Improvement Association. The WSCS will be In charge of the Sunday morning services at the Methodist Church. The Rev. Fish is attending the annual conference in Ml. Vernon. Others from here at the conference are Earl Legate and Dan Weiland. Whalen Hill Post of the American Legion will decorate gravel of soldiers buried in Scenic Hill cemetery and other cemcleriei west of here Memorial Day. Food Sought for Birds Because of a recent cold spell, the ornitological station at Sem- pash, Switzerland, has asked people in that area to lay out food for birds. Farmers are asked to sprinkle food in their fields and twonspeople to leave bits of bread and meat on the windowsills. Telegraph Want Ads Click! IN MEMORIAM! ALTON TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION No. 306 /k respectfully pays tribute to the memory of these, our departed brothers, and to the record carved In the annals of our organization by them in their years of service to the community and to the contribution mude to our cause. BAILEY, GEORGE BAUER, H. WM. BODE, WM. BRAMHALL, JASON GROSSMAN, ED DARNELL, SAMUEL FLORNOY, FITZ FOSTER, WM. GREEN, WALTER KNIGHT, GEORGE LOGAN, FINIS MADDOX, HERB MALCOLM, SAM YOUNGBERG, McKEON, JOHN MELLING, JOE MOOK, CHAS. MOOK, EMIL MOOK, FRED MURPHY, WM. NEWTON, JOHN OTT, GEORGE RILEY, JACK ROWAN, TOM SMITH, ED TIBBITT, GUS UNGER, ALBERT FRED Another "CHIP Off the Old Milton Road A College Avenue West v 3rd St. State St. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING £25 Block's DRYVIN On Godfrey Road NEXT TO STATE WEIGHING STATION featuring CHIPETTE OPENING FRIDAY, MAY 30th MMMM^wNo better lion i&e few t—tut feeiitr than t&t re$t HM M^

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