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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 22, 1945
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ffefiillilriirtiiifi ..Walltea fdf murdef iH their ells* —- feeentiy, but as fco change ihan vagrancy was filed . st him locally, he was allow--; to, g<J on his wa'y. Ths mans Who, gave his name as Mofierd K 8 ^"J 1 , n *8ro* was picked up N6v, ft, held for questioning, his flng^ prints taken, and, he was then released.: The reports em the finger prints received here later jaldihls real name ; was Kenrteth Redrick, wanted toy^the state on a mutder charge, Afid that he had a long criminal record. EARLY MORNING FtRE at Lakota was discovered in the La* kota theatre, Nov. 10, by Mrs. John Heetland, who turned In an alarm and smoke and water dam* age resulted. Some seats were also destroyed, although the prb- Jectioft equipment Was unharmed. . -\ ;•. .'.....,• * i* ;.* . . DR. P. V, JANSE went by plane to Fort Madison; last Friday, and attended the funeral of his brother, Edward, 82. ' ! i '•''•*.»* MR, AND MRS. RALPH Hasty, Lotts: Creek, ha'd 65 acres of unpicked corn when they were injured, in a recent auto accident. No^v they have no such problem. Their .Good Hope neighbors joined up' arid picked their corn, last Wednesday. ; ;. •>.<• * .•*• v: VETERANS •'ARE INVITED to discuss their problems at the new Veterans' Administration office, in ALGONA, IOWA, fHURSfrAV, ESTABLISHED 1866 Over A Half Million Ate Kossuth START HOME the McEnroe building here. A. J. Ehrhdrdt is In charge. He is a former service man* I ,..!'.-' »•*••«••,• DORIS MEYER, Lotts Creek, 13, was knocked ddwn but escaped sejrlous injury,'last Friday evening, when she was knocked down; by a car driven by Wray Bunge, Waukegan, 111. She suffered, bruises and cuts. Bunge was charged with reckless driving and operating a motor vehicle unsafe for driving, and was given a 30- day jail sentence on each charge in .the mayor's court. . • :, VJ.,-: .*,,*•* TOM SCHELLER, 38, Lotts Creek, was seriously hurt, Friday afternoon; in a corn pocker accident 1 . He caught'his right leg in the .power takeoff, after slipping whilje changing gears. He was rushed to Fort Dodge and then -to Sioux City. His leg Was badly-Injured. . FINAL RITES FOR Mrs. Alonzo D.I Clark, 95, who died Sunday noon at the home of her daughter, .Mrs. :H. E,''Morgan, were held . Wednesday' afternoon at the Methodist Church. Rev. N.VA. Price,. : asr sisted by 'Rev.filphn 'P.; Clyde, of f ir' clawed. • Interment' \yas'' in .Rlver- ~~'' ~ " ''!me^e^;.'i.iM_rs. t wClaj < k..;: Whs « /=Wis.' Srie' •'mSFried •June's, i8?3, to'Mr. Gla'fjc. Seyen children were b0rn; t(» the iirtiqh, three of Whom Survive •besldSs Mrs. Mor: gah. The others .are,'Mrs. Anthony Byson, Elk 'River, Minn.; Clifford, Ames; and Edmund; Detroit, Mich. J. l 'W. LYON $;: father of Mrs. George Scuffham, died Friday at Olyjnpia, Wash.,'He was a former resident here, and went to Washington six years ago. He was born In'Story, county. -'•<'•' OSCAR OXLEY; $8, BURIED TUESDAY; RITESATCORWITH Funeral service's for Osca. Clarence Oxley were held at the First Baptist, church. Corwith Iowa, on Tuesday the 20th at 2:30 p. m. with Pastor Albert Rust officiating, assisted by Rev. Robert F. Kittrel of the First Baptist church. Algona. Burial was in, the Corwith cemetery. Preliminary services were held at 1:30 at the McCullough chapel. Oscar Clarence Oxley was born at Alpha, Iowa, on March 18, 1877, and died at his farm home near Algona, Iowa, November 17, 1945, .at the age of 88 years. He was the youngest of 13 children born to William and Meria Oxley. ' At the age of two he with his parents left the Alpha community to make their home at Clear Lake for two years after which they came to the" Corwith community where Oscar grew to manhood. In the year 1903 on February 18 he was united in marriage to Alta Wilhite, also a resident .of the Corwith community. To this union were born three children, Esther, who died in infancy, Mrs. Evelyn McEnroe, of Algona and Vincent at home. After their marriage they lived in the Corwith community for ten years moving to Minnesota in th year 1913 making their home boll at Owatonna and Windom. In th year '1929 they,returned -to low; .locating on their present farm home near Algona. ' Besides.his wife, Alta, his son and daughter, he leaves two brothers, Ed of Des Moines and Walter of Fergus Falls, Minn., and a large number of relatives. ' .Mr. Oxley was •. supcessful, in business as a farmer, and Visife $fk Wife; Returns to Find "60 Acre" Field Picked Portland: R. L. Rasmussen went to Rochester, Saturday .evening, to, spend % few days With his wife, who is ill there. During Ills absence a lot happened—and It was all good. Neighbors decided to help him out. Mbnday; morning fight nttri with pickers went into his 60-acre field, while others with tractors and wagons hauled the. corn in and sorted out tytdears. With eight pickers, 17 tractors and two elevators busy, the work was quickly done. Furntahlng pickers were Emil Elmer*, Earl Shlpler, Harold .Grover, Ernest Meyers, Verndir Larson, Trim Krull, M«nnett Trunkhill and Stanley Larse'n. Lt; Harold Cowan Leaving ;Thie Navy , 'tlvely interested in civic and ' BUSING TOR VETS .Otto Nelson, 805, West Nebraska, knows that classified ads pay. He also knows that there is a serious lack of housing for \eterans and their families here, and says so bluntly. • In. a" letter to thlis . states: . '' paper he . . . . week's, ad 'inspires me to say fomething to help find homes for returning veterans and their families. At least seven people answered my 8 ad, lall seeking a place to live, and most- were returning. servicemen or their wives. "Many are coming back only to finds no place to live. Who will prpvlde them with places? There are people in Algona who could do} tnls.vr know of several large homes <where rooms are entirely vacant, and others have rooms that could toe spared for an emergency, , •'•••'• "I am providing homes for six families at reasonable rates, and I think that there are many others in this community who might do the jsame. thing." CARONfflfiHWAY V Swea City: Vaughn Uhr, .small stm.of Mr ..'and Mrs. Selmcr Uhi 1 , f e~;U r^fjfom/ the family car, Thursday-evening, and received -gashes on his forehead and-back of his head, necessitating five clamps to close. , The youngster was sitting in the back seat with his" older brother, and is said to have : been "fiddling" with the door latch when it swung open and he fell out. -. • '• . . ' . ..-'••.. .'.',. •': . His mother, who was driving the car, ran back in the darkness, frightened as one might be under the circumstances-arid not knowing if she could find him She was met toy the youngster . Harold "Cowan, above, Navy lieutenant, • in -the Seabees for 27 nohths, 22 of that being overseas, left Thursday, afternoon for Chicago where he will be separated from the .service. I /He arrived here-; Tuesday, and was met at Ames 'by his wife. He PRIME CORN FED FOWLS SUPPLIED MANY U.S. TABLES Over one-half'million American appetites were satisfied at Thanksgiving dinners, with poultry processed and shipped from Algona. C. S. Kurtz, manager of the A. gona Swift & Co, plant, in checking over the shipments of dressed turkeys and chickens from here in the rrionth prior to Thanksgiving, arrived at a figure that indicated 525,000 dinners were provided -from this area. *o 1% Eastern Cities Shipments of Algona dressed poultry Went chiefly in refrigerator oar lots to Boston, Springfield, Mass., Baltimore and Pittsburg, 'as well as other distant points. •-.'-• About-300,000 Ibs. of dressed chickens—enough for 350,000 dinners-^and 150,000 Ibs. of dressed ;urkeys or enough,for about 175,)00 dinners,. were shipped from here for the Thanksgiving poultry market. Shipment was made direct from Algona, where cars were Iced by he Algona Ice Cream Factory, to ibove cities. Brothers Raised 8,000 Commenting on the poultry Farmers in Kossuth county will" P rocess mg here, Mr. Kurte stated have a chance to vote for•• their? tnat tne Thoresoh Brothers, Ralph county and community AAA com-? at \ d , William, of Ellsworth, la., mittees during the week of De-;" sold 5 ' 000 turkeys for local pro- cember 1 to -7, Robt. M. Loss! 9 c . sTsin ,g- county chairman, said Wednesday J 1 .-. Jack;.. Ludwig of St. Benedict In 1946, Mr. Loss explained/ wis an * ther big turkey raiser, his these committeemen will decide* "^M reaching 2150. His toms av- which.soil building practices will* 1 F aged 26 - 1 Ibs. and the hens 15.8. Doing the unloading, hauling and sorting were Col. Luther Fairbanks, Herman Leek and sorts Herbert and LeRoy, John Harms and sons Johnny and Martin, Chris Bolie and Sons David, Russell Shiplcr, Clifford Waltman, Todd Rickard, Howard Sparks,' E. L. Dickmcyer, Rbscoe Stewart, Will Grover, ; Tom Trenary, and Ervln and Everett Elmers. Mr. Rasmussen. foutrd his wife improved and returned home before the picking was finished, and wondered "what was going on and who had moved In while he was away. (He was indeed a pleased man when he found out what had happened. COUNTY FARMERS TO VOTE ON AAA LEADERS FOR 1946 <ur Irvington Rural Teacher Has Class As Week-End Guests Irvingion: Miss Mildred Frazier of Mason City, who leaches the district 7 school in Irvinglon township, should be oretty popular with her pupils. Last weekend she took all of her pupils home with her for the weekend. She lives four miles east of Mason City. Saturday the teacher and pupils spent the day visiting the library, sugar beet factory and radio station KGLO. which combined pleasure and education. All pupils returned to their homes Sumfay evening, and Miss Frazier deserves congratulations on a novel way of keeping interest in school and broadening the education of her students. Finds Kossuth Is Colder Than Paris earn conservation assistance; they> Ibs, Mr. Kurtz stated. J. M. Budd of Plover was an- selling 1000 will make important decisions on' 1 ... , Commodity Loans, Crop Insur-s oihef large raiser, ance, and other matters affecting 5 , turk pys recently. farmers. The AAA organization'^ Tne heaviest torn turned out by will carry out all of the field ac-| the tocal-PWnt was 32 Ibs. dress- tivities of the several branches ofi seryicM in • the Production-f/and 'ke^fy^ynafiStrJfi||p«^p Sp enough for, 35 or 40 people to ...... Sprge(M4. and each township; also 'one delegate from each township must; be elected to help elect the county committee. This, election probed- BRIGHT PROSPECTS FOR ALCONA HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM SPECIAL mm, 78GUARDSOFF FOR EAST eOAST While no official military .announcement was made regarding the matter, about 2,000 German prisoners of war started on the first lap of their return to Europe, Tuesday. Special trains handled the prisoners, their personal belongings, and also some 78 guards who will travel with the prisoners all the way to Europe. Citizens Watch Loading ? It is not the policy of the army to disclose movements of prison- • crs prior to their actual change of location, and thus no official word was forthcoming... • •'' However, a goodly number of. local citizens watched the. load- ng maneuvers Tuesday. • Destination of the prisoners was not definitely known, but fairly reliable information indicated that they were headed for France, where there is a possibility they might be used in reconstruction work. Not Too Happy Algona high school's basketball' Tne prisoners themselves did team was down to serious work, n °t seem too happy about leav- this week, with prospects for an in g- The prospects of getting ' even better team this season than back to Germany appealed to a •--' last, when the. Bulldogs won 18 good many of them, but the like- and lost five. lihood of their -being shuttled, in- ' Coach Gene Hertz witnessed his to France for reconstruction ' first practice, Monday afternoon, work was anything but pleasing He has been laid up with ah ab-| Soldier guards making the'tripV cessed ear that threatened to de- expected .to .have a quick .turn** velop into a mastoid for a time.! around, arid; be sent, back to the f The injured member was lanced, States immediately after "deliv-W and the Algona mentor is now' ering their human cargo over-?' : again in harness. In his absence, I seas. * Craig Vinson has been in charge of squad drills. 11 on "A" Squad Three lettermen will 'form the nucleus of this year's quint. They are Bob Butts, center- Bill Allen and -Bob 'Kuhn,: guards/ . Coach Hertz makes it a policy of dividing all candidates into two squads. .OH-his "A", squad of 11 men he has ihis;first teem. On his two alternates : WW be elected < ln . t % < ^ ^i, t _.,._.u ! _. _,„ ,-_ .,..*, area » the local manager added: I she finds Kossuth's climate much Bi«r Plant Payroll I cooler than-Paris. The Swift plant here employed' '••' '•''-.' r 62 regular civilian employees dur-. Ufmm I mn* »|«ffpn ure is directed' through,' Congress ing the t pre-Thanksgiving period, Til U A Wr.A I HrK ! - "- Agricultural Adjustment but stffl would''never have been E ? ** •'H "" * *H«i able tp.turn out the. dressed poul-!n * I f AAiflM mmrk 1" 1^ W 1 not been for extra help BALLOON IN FIELD WONKA NEARS V-BONDGOALAS in the Act, Mr. Loss continued. The schedule of meeting ... _ .. Kossuth county, all at 8. p. m.,.is obtained ; from the prisoner-o'f- as follows: Twp.—Date Place pre-War days he and his father were in the •general con- racting business. AL YOUNG WEEK'S however, running blood streaming wounds. . The accident Iowa Lake. toward, her ffotri " hii happened near '" more ftewW rood.el cars are oB?dtePlay : ,b«re; this weefe, ' Jtow«r,d Hojritefll: ; the HoenH Motors received nil-new Oid?mobile Wednesday/ and %Sw, maphine is now oh tails <j* the , Gmwb , wW fee teiiind : ' '•" ' THREE AUCTIONS SLATED VERY SOJ)N One land and two farm auction sale dates are announced this week, •'' Wednesday, Nov. 28, a farm auction sale will be held at 2 p. m, by P, J. Claer and W, K. Black- .well at a location two miles West and four south of Britt. Details are in this paper, Adolph Fuhrmann, who Is mpv ing to Texas, will hold a farm sale Monday, Dec, 3, at his place 1% west and '/i mile north of St. Joe, He is having a big sale; wqtcii thir paper for full details next week..,-. ••'.... " •..-'.-•.- ;• '• Alex l?rueger will hold sale Tuesdayj Dec, 4, at his : p! R t;« 1^ miles north and ope of >Lpne Roc)?. §nd- a listing of stH« offered w found in tpdajr's paper, irriyed./at Sari'- Francisco from' Buffalo—Dec. 7, Legion hall. Guam.a few days ago, and as soon Burt—Dec. 7, Center school, as his separation orders are pre- I Cresco—Dec. 7, Vipond school, pared, will 'be back in Algona,) Eagle—'Dec. 7, Center school No. 2 Fenton.—Dec. 6, Center school. Garfield—Dec. 7, Center school. German—Dec. 7, Center school. Grant—Dec. 3, Grant school. Greenwood—'Dec. 3, Legion club • room : Harrison—Dec. i, Legion hall (Swea City) Hebron—Dec.'3, Center school. Irvington—-Dec. 5, Center school. Ledyard—Dec. 6, Town hall Ledyard. Lincoln—Dec. 4, Center school. Lotts Creek—Dec. 5, Center school LuVerne—Dec. 4, Center school. Plum Creek—Dec. 4, Center schoo Portland—Dec. 5, Center school. Prairie—Dec. 6, Wesley Legion hall. Ramsey—Dec. 5, Legion club room Riverdale—Dec. 6, No, 6 school house. Seneca—Dec. 6, Seneca Cons, school. Sherman—Dec. 4, Center school; Springfield—Oec. 3, Ledyard , Cons, school. Swea—Dec. 7, Community hall. Uriion^Dec. 4, Center school. Wesley—Dec,' 6, Wesley Legion hall, Whittemore—^Dec. 4, Whittemore Academy, The Barry Bowling Alleys had no major upsets: the past week in the league runnings. Beckers still hold first billing with 26 games won arid only 7* lost. Three Becker .members .topped •;' 200: Chan Dailey (2H), Henry Furst (206), and Harold; L'ampright (220). High score of the week goes to Al Young of the Titonka team who raked up a 246 ganie. ;T,«am standings to date; Team .' ^ , W Befckers ........... ;..,,i.,;.,..,.'....26 Tanvllac ... < ...,.., t ...i.,.;,,.,;....23 Wesley Coop ...... ..... ,:...,.....23 Burf .. ............. .;.;,,.;........,,;.,..22 Old Style ...„„.;.,..;:.„., ........ 21 K. of C. 18 L 7 10 10 11 12 14 •16 17 14 18 18 21 21 24 81 ,..,„,.„,„,„,„.,.. „ ?7 • Other Wgh' irepref "of the week • Ro(jt (ao.w^Qrotte (805,) (m); Ted Chrt?chUfc< > " - 1 (am,"* ,..,.,,,,.,..... Wesley Auto V..:.,;...,,.,....;,.,!? Titonka .... ....... ,; ..... .,;,.. ..... ...}6 Lone Rock .„...;.,..,:,... ....... ^16 Council Oak .,, l . t ...,....,..., ...... J5 Pioneer ......... ,.,..V.^ .......... ,,..15 Percival '-Mptgr . ....... ,...,,....12 Barkers ...... .^;,,,...,.;..,;, ..... ,;a Jayeees „,,...;„..,...,-,.,:,'..:..,.,. 9 WWttemore .„• ;,4=,.,. ; ;.,.. i ... 8 war camp here. A*-detall of prisoners has been assigned to the local' plant for sometime, aiding in the processing. • v - : .• • Four trucks operate, from Algona for the firm, covering a re- Irvington: John .Schultz and his son Jack thought they were seeing things, Wednesday afternoon of last week, when they looked up from work in a 1 corn field, and saw a balloon-para- with something attached toward . • • • .-•-• . .• • . •. : '."I*.''"' . , • i ' v . *.M*fiil«g - : 7 acrf-a.^. On the "A" squad besides the Fftner, high rate last ; week.; While v" lettermen the Chuck Crapser, cen- f',^ as expected that with : the'- ter; Garry Waldron, Chauncey noll day involved this Week they Carney,^ Loren Johnson, Jerry w P"ld be less, they are falling' Skiiling and'Jack Dutton, for- lower than expectation., Wards; and Howie Stevenson and I People who have pledged to Don Potter, guards, :. ,,buy bonds should, W,possible Two Six-Footers make their purchases during No- Both Butts and Crapser are six vember as interest will..- start feet two inches tall, and Allen"; sooner than if they wait.?until : Kurtz added, which produces about 32,000 servings of a not- too-small portion. Death Infants, Past Week Attended Athletic - two infants in this , community, Attring the past week. . Barbara?- Ann Sehrlber, daugh* ter pf MF. and Mrs, Frank. SchrJb- er o| Bijtt, fprme? Kflsswth residents, died ghprtjy Afterbirth, last Friday at the I?osg«tM' hospital. Grayeg,(de servicer w«W- h eld at Calvary eejnetery ', SIX JpCE CASES IN LOCAL COURTS An- assortment of six justice and major court cases were handled in Algona few days, over the past Justice J. B. Johnston had the following matters: Dale Allen, West Bend, fined $5 and costs on a charge of failing to> stop at an arterial. L. H. Robinson, Algona, charged with reckless driving by State Patrolman t). S, Hutchinson. The charge was filed after an accident, Robinson pleaded guilty, but explained he did not see the other machine involved in the mishap. ,Wrn. Finnestad, Fenton, was fined^$2.50 and costs for not having a tail light. Charles F. Smith, Mason City, paid $2.50 and costs on a charge of failure Ho stop at an arterial. Before Clarence "Justice Delia Bunkofske, Welter, Algona, a |ine of $2 and costs,, on a charge of failing tg stop for an arterial, . : , -V Garry; Waldron,, Algona, was med $r and costs by Mayor After the. contrivance landed, they investigated .and found the balloon had collapsed. The parachute was made of red silk and made a perfect landing. The small box, attached to the parachute-balloon, contained instructions saying that it was a government 'weather balloon, and Was returned to the weather bureau at Omaha. These outfits are sent from various weather posts out and much data is thus received. The information Omaha. • : was supplied to Kuhn and Carney are just a pinch December. With large^.sums v of under six feet, so the quint should money lyjng idle in the "bank have some valuable altitude. there is no reason why people How the five forwards develop should not transfer their aioney and coordinate may be the key to into bonds which will Da v thorn the team's Ultimate success, Hertz a liberal interest in return '' Veteran To Return To Seneca Faculty Seneca: Thomas Curtis, a former Seneca teacher who entered military service in 1941, will return to the teaching staff here „ .effective at the close of the first! 7th grade 9c school semester, o__—_ .^. He was a weekend caller in Seneca. He will' replace Mrs. Russell Jensen on the faculty, following her resignation. Quito A Hurtle'On •'-, Papers Thj* Week believes. He is certain that his center and guard positions will just about match anything in conference play. At Humboldt, Nov. 30 The season's opener is next week Friday night, at Humboldt. The complete schedule follows: Nov. 30—Humboldt, there. Dec: 4—'Emmetsburg, here. Dec. 7—Eagle Grove, there. Dec. 11—Clarion, here. Dec. 14—Webster City, here. Dec. 21—Swea City, Here. Jan. 4—Clear Lake, there. Jan. 8—Hampton, there. Jan. 11—Hampton, there. Jan. 15—Spencer, here. Jan. 22—Swea City, there. Jan. 25—Hampton, here. Jan. 29—Humboldt, here. Feb. 8—.Eagle Grove, here. Feb. 12—Emmetsburg, there. Feb.* 15—Webster City, there. Feb. 22—Clear Lake, here, Single adult admissions will be 50c, students 35c, children under Pay a Good Return.." Season adult tickets will be Due to equipment, rearrangement of and the fact that Thanksgiving comes on our reg- ilar .Thursday, press day, the Al, ihlhaas Tuesdav for failiirp B +««n«9H«', urea* H»y> we/Ai- observe a^dtir sfcm s^en gon ^ U ?»? r D «« Moines is minus opserve a City stop sign, sonre> pf its regular features in W'lJWt . ,-„. . i. Pissed aw ay at ,,th aistWet- term of WJU Kos- ppen with Judge services Monday at fa toer M, Mteivr '" ' ordered to re 5^0 matter depends pn ftt the opening o| ' ' e several .<$$ this issue, as we went ta press. Wednesday, We believe: that our rearrange. ,ment will provide better paper production by the papers, and Will be, ba ? lj week;. . .. • regwlar feat«re.s yp« again * " - • $2.50, 98c. and student ticket books and G Bonds will pay 2%% „.. terest every six months. .Bonds can be converted into cash at once when needed so that they actually make a fine savings account. •••-••- FLASH Julius W. Bolllg has just reported that Seneca township has met its quota of $25,000 in the Victory Loan. There are now five out of twenty-eifht townships which have met their quotas . Corporations are again buying bonds on a large scale, yet the bonds which corporations buy do not pay as high a rate of interest as the bonds available for individuals. It would seem that people generally should follow the lead of these organizations which have large sums of money to invest, ' Report From, Titonka. The only new community to report is Titonka which is now within $50 of its goal of. It is hoped ;that a few ACADEMY TEAM MEETS WHITTEMORE NEXT WEEK St x . Cecelia's Academy team , .....„., -,„_„„.meets the Whittemore high school chases Will put that community' SX?.^ next T « esda y- Nov! 27, at over it§ goaj within the next few Whrttemore. Both teams have days, , ** "••••' been defeated by LuVerne, indi- Apparently several eating a close game. Pwt ^\«?|filferhlSln'W n ""' ™~"-' J "-' chujch, Mondsy, . • j^M4^gl»i%fift& ®f® ^mmmm^^mm^, Ms f|U.:^*Mw^feBi®%m n^iAtwKi i *»«»5wi «T!^«;i^^r^"^^,jj;^£ «f™ ^t'?*,.! CT^^^; ArtWie*eOut0f Navy After 38 Mos,, Art Wiese Bw i'C., son of.-Mrs, Emma, Wiese of Adams, Minn-, but formerly o| here, was visit' ing friends here this week, following his discharge from' the Navy. Prior w entering service he w%s employed «t ibe Pratt Electric Cp_, here, He wa§ in the Navy jujst over three. yew«i epd gdysneej 49 electricjap's mjtf, first s^m- 9ri *»;.!».'*»''« ' cbmmunii will not make their guQta« jr* the vtctpry ^an wh,icn )wv^«U ways maje 'their qwptag •> in thj past, It'seemg strang^ tp v feond' that tjme of ^jjy the stnalji Loan •'. : i-"Y>'' •-'--.^ v ^;.-''-V--i-'''-;--.r^ s :^?j

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