The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 5, 1946
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PAGE POUR St -'feS^ *8?? *y : - :i*"^M*lj :; . »»«!»¥>: ^ -••'.,.>.*•• "*W - -•.:"- U>.i£v- ; : fe.,i^«S.^'-^^ J. H., Brechlbill, who has been in pool' health for some time, is Seriously Ml. Mrs. Lawrence Hanson of Wesley spent Moclay with her sister, Mrs. Homer Anderson. Milton Norton is attending a lumbermen's convention in Des Moines this mid-week. Mr. and Mrr,. Joe Zanke of Buil were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson. Mrs. Willard Mitchell has been on the sick list the • past week with a severe sore throat. A. E. Kresensky returned Thursday from Chicago where he went on a buying trip for his store. -.. Mr. and Mrs-,. O. F. Peterson went to Milwaukee, Frimy, nn a business trip. They will return Thursday Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Blanchard of Lone Rock visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Havry Bates last mid-we,ek. Mr. and Mrs. G. I,. Vohs went to West Bend, where they enjoyed Sunday dinner with their son Carl and family. Miss La Vonno Wolcott arrived Saturday for a visit of indefinite length with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wolcott. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar McFad- clen and Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter went to Spencer, Sunday, for a visit with friends. Mrs. Josephine Logan of Spencer arrived Saturday for a visit at the home of her sister Mrs. W. J. Fuller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Orton moved to Elmore Fridav. where he will be associated with the El- morc nursery company. Gordon Schmidt has begun work as boot: keeper for the Schultz brothers in their garage on South Phillips street. ; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anliker were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Bruellman at West Bend. Miss Alvina Miller spent the weekend at her home in Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise of Mason City and Mrs. Drusilla DeVary of Rockwell were guests at the Henry Phillips home. Friday. Mr. Wise is a brother of Mrs. Phillips. , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lindholm gave a .sleighing party Friday night to a group of young folk and their parents, after which they enjoyed a "chili" supper at the Lindholm farm. James Scobee of Los Angeles came Saturday for a two weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Scobee. • He i.s train dispatcher on the Southern Pacific railroad out of Los Angeles. Miss Patricia Pollard left Sunday for Rochester where she will resume her nursing in St. Mary's hospital. She has been vacationing with her parent?., Mr. and Mrs.. C. U. Pollard the past three Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Allen went to Mason City. Friday, to see their daughter Marilyn, who is n student nurse at the Mercy hospital. She has been ill the past week following a wisdom tooth extraction. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stueve and children Gary, Nancy and Allan of Deliver spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred St. John and with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, parents of Mrs. Stueve. A family party was given Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Stebbins in honor of their third wedding anniversary. The guests took a pot luck lunch and the evening was enjoyed mformallv. Bob Smith of Hammond. Ind., arrived Thursday morning for a visit until the latter part of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt. They became acquainted when both were naval electrical Dr. Karl Hoffman and Lt. H.! students at Moorehead. Ky. R. Morgan of Britt went to Fort Dodge, Thursday, where the former attended a dentists' meeting. Miss Mildred Fraser.who wa,s ill with the flu and was cared for by Mrs. E. N. Tavlor for a couple of weeks, has resumed her -.i-ork. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bilsborough and daughters Joyce and June spent Sundav in Fenton with Mr. and Mrs. Charles brod. Mrs. J. A. Reid of Bartlesville, Okla., arrived last Tuesday for a visit until this week Friday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodges. Gary Schichtl, son of Mrs. Florence Schichtl of. Burt, spent the weekend with his aunt"'ani'l uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith wore Sundav dinner guests of MV. and Mrs. Julius Stiider at. Wesley, the former being a brother :>l Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Fred Timm has beeri visiting her mother, Mrs. Laura Cronan at Hampton the past, week, and returned here the latter part of the week. Miss Belly Blanchard, daughter of Al Blanchard, underwent an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital, Tuesday. She teaches a rural school. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richardson went to Pocahontas, Sunday, where they spent the day .vith the latter's brother, Glenn Simpson and family. Mrs, Lyle Reynolds returned the latter part of'the week from Mason City, wher she spent n week with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Kinsella. Elmer Kent, of Washington, D. C., recently discharged from the army, came Wednesday for a visit of several days with Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Smith. Miss Myrtle Bean of Duluth is visiting Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. She arrived about a week ai;o and will spend a few more weeks here and with friends nearby. Mrs. Carl Wiuff of Atlantic returned to her home Friday following a visit since Monday with her daughter and her husband, M 1 '. and Mrs. Allan Buchanan. Francis Gisch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clisi-li. \\-l-.o has been in France, reach; d home Friday from Ft. Sheridan. 111., where he received his di^char^e. Mrs. G. W. Slillman, accompanied Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne to Minneapolis where Dr. Bourne attended a short course Monday and Tuesday uf last week. Mrs. Andrew Monlux arrived Monday from Laredo, Tex., on a leave in transit which he spent with his parents Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux. He left Friday for Columbus, Miss., the camp at Laredo having been closed. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wildin, who purchased the Mrs. Maude Free house on South Minnesota street a few years ago, are moving back to their farm March 1 and have rented the house to Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Peterson. Bob Harrington, who has served as a major while in the army, arrived Monday morning from Washington, D. C., having received' his discharge. He will again enter law practice here, which was interrupted by the war. , William Prothmaln, who has been in service on Saipan, has reached Fort Cusler. Mich., and will be sent from there to Fort Sheridan, III., where he will receive , his discharge from the army. He is expected home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Allen and son Toby of Santa Monica arrived Thursday for an extended; their mother, Mrs. C. F. Specht., visit with the former's parents, i : nd their brother ancl liis ,vife, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Allen. .Jerrys Mr. and Mrs. William Snceht. In Mr. and Mrs. Merle Cooper o! Miami nre parents of a son oorn Feb. 1. He has been nntnert Ron- i.W Mofk-. . Mrs. Walter Stevc-ns. ivother of Mrs. Cooper, has been there the past several weeks and does not plan to be home until about the first o( : March.- Mrs. George C. Vance, wife,of a .former Congregational pastor, and children Charlotte and David of Austin were guests of Mrs. Bert Deal from Friday until Sunday. They were accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. Carson Taylor who visited at the A. L. Long home. Mrs. Bert Deal has received phone calls from her sons Pete ;uid Robert who hnvo reached the United Stales from Japan and Saipan respectively. Pete called from Fort Leavcnwortli' tin Saturday and Robert from California on Sunday. Robert has been on n repair ship. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Poiler of Burt joined the former's parents Mr. ami Mrs. B. H. Potter, Sunday, nnd the two couples drove to Curlew where they spent the day with 'Mr. and Mrs/Tjmory Kooker. Mrs. Kooker is the former Audrey Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter. Com. John Kenefick called Mrs. Kencfick from California lust week saying he had reached Long Beach after a trip to Korea and Tokio and would be home in a few weeks on Terminal leave. He mentioned that it was very cold in both places, the temperature being around zero. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Lorenz left Monday by auto for Ft. Lauderdale. Fin., where they vacation for about a month. They were accompanied by Mrs. Lorenz's niece, Mrs. James Fitzpat- riek, as far as Memphis, where she will join her husband who is being discharged from service. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keen, who have been living in the Monlux duplex on west College street, arc vacating the first of March ns Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux are moving into the lower apartment. The Keens arc moving into the Mrs. S. J. Backus apartment house on east State street. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Osirum took the former's mother, Mrs. Frank Osirum. to the hospital at Rochester, Friday. While Mrs. Ostrum has been improving and gaining in strength it was still necessary for her to undergo further surgery which v ; ;il ncce^si- tatc her being in the hospital a couple; of weeks. Mrs. Lewis B. Perry and little son Bobbie left Tuesday for Lor, Angeles after a six weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson. Mr. Perry has hern in service and located at. Salt Lake. He is being discharged and \v ; !l join Mrs. Perry m Los Angeles where they .will make their home. Mr. and Mrs, Ezra iBlanchatd day and Saturday after living,in Cedar Falls for a ew months. Mr. Df r aftel MrS. P. 6. Seaftlatt«aHdl children Jimmy and Virginia 1 l&tt went to Ames, Sundny ( ttr sjsend the dny with Mr. and Mi's; R. J. Halpin and little son RWk. June Ann Scanlan, who is a student tit Iowa City, will join them, Dr. ancl Mrs. Scanlan wefe accompanied by "Tommy" Lynch, who will return to Iowa City \vith June Ann, Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Johnson ancl son Doug, Don and Wayne Will, and Thelma Put?; were guests of Mrs. Frank Stratton last Thursday. The occasion was to help the Stratttm daughter Sarah celebrate her first birthday. Sarah's daddy is a sergeant in the marine corps stationed In China, but he is expected home at any time. Mrs. Harold Parsley and lilile sons left Saturday evening for Chicago to join Mr. Parsley, who has been there since the first of Hie year. They had purchased a home but it was not vacated until February 1 and until then Mrs. Parsley has been living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert. Mr. Parsley is in the cm- ploy of the International Harvester company. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hall of Snnta Ana, Calif., spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorff. They were joined in the evening by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendorf and Miss Dolores Devlin. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Hall were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendorff for the day. Mr.s. Hall is the former Carolyn Stebbins, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Judd Stebbins. Miss Doris Phillips and Milton McBride of Burt attended the wedding of Miss Edna Faber to Pfc. Shirley Doty Wednesday, January 30, at Whittemore. A reception was held following the ceremony. The bride is employed with the local telephone company and was given a 30-day leave, after which she will resume her work and Mr. Doty will report back for further army duty. Mr. end Mrs. Bill Sharp arrived today from Storm ' Lake and are moving into the Misbach apartment formerly occu- pidd by the C. R. Bennets who moved last week to Knpxville, Iowa, where Mr. Bennet is with the Veterans AdminiM-ration. The Sharps have rented the McEnroe building formerly occupied by the USD and will soon commence remodeling it for their jewelry store. Mrs. Mary Miller has received a letter from her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. E. C. Wilkins, who with her husband is en route to '"Hot Springs, N. M., saying they were at Albuquerque and had. met the Doctors Andrews family. Mr. and Mrs. Wilkins plan to be there a couple of days sight-seeing. They report the \yeathei;'^y^rm and delightfjil. anclJthe-jA:' 1 ' location. Mr. and Mrs. nofcert Coors ar- Blanchard had been employed m vivcd Thursday from Ithaca, New an implement shop, but because Yo rk, and are spending . a week of the strikes and steel shortage 1 with tho Jatter . s parents Mr> a;id the firm was cutting clown Hi- will again operate the City Service Oil Station. Mrs. Fred Koonerman of Rock Island and Mrs. Fred Kut/.li of Miles loft for th"v homes, Fri- after a week's visit parents !' jn Mrs. W. J. Fuller. The couple spent TtlMfcy ; With ''MM OMlle WickS. . • - . ' ,'-' : ,.„,.. MtSi PaUfi rliehatds&n JsH ibtf* finetl'-to ;hef bfed,\vltfi art atteck of tonsilitis. . MrvantLMi* 0, §. Mill*?, .a* Grinnell spent the weekend \Vith the former's mother Mrs. Mary Miller.- '• ••: ' Mrs.' Wayne Yeakel.who leaches kindergarten, spent the Weekend in Kanawha with her husband nnd her parents. Mrs. William Sengebusdh eil< joyed a Visit Friday from Mrs. Mike Heiderscheidf and .Mrs. Thomas Ellesson of Doan. Mrs.i C. Be Murtagh returned Tuesday from- Minneapolis where she had. visited her sister : Miss Mabel Cratty, for a week., Mr. and Mrs. Sam-Smith Were dinner guests of Mr. and -Mrs. P. L. Pratt at Burt, Saturday, and remained for the evening. Mrs. Philip :Schemel enjoyed a visit, Sunday, front her grandsons, LeRoy and Maurice Rahm, and their wives and families. Mrs. Sam Medin arid her sister Mrs. '"Walter Bleiciv' nnd daughter .Joan went to M,ason City Friday and returned .'Sfttur- dav. . Frank Vera has purchased tho former Fred Martin house, on south Minnesota street. It has been occupied by Delpha Sengs- busch. Mr. awd Mrs* Paul "Voighl and daughters Judy and Joyce of Fenton-\ were Sunday dinner puests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulfers. Mrs: Orville Wicks and son Larry spent the weekend in Kanawha ,with her sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rasmussen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulfers, Mrs. Roy Stoffel and Mrs. Mary Harig went to Sioux City Tuesday where Mr. Ulfers transacted business. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hahn of Des Moines spent the weekend with the latter's mother, Mrs. Charlotte Parsons and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moulds and son Jimrnie, and Mrs.. Hattie Moulds,were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Sanford, Tuesday evening. Joan White and Dorothy McMahon of Manila are visiting this week with the former's .grandmother, Mrs. A. Norman, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Barton went to Webb, Sunday, where they spent the day with Mr; and Mrs. J. R. Cook. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Barton are sisters. • Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard returned Sunday from Colorado Springs, where they spent a ten- day vacation and found the weather delightful. it been! the RftShMe!* nbfbilalst Sne> i<f sister 1 ttf RlSy 1 NicMlS. ' Mrs! son Stoti'' Went: to Sattfra'ay fbf "a" Visit ' ' With*' mother while the MisfoaCrt merit is being fe and daughter*" La '• Vet la. went to : Fort Dodge, ,Friday, where, they visited the foMer'3 'brother, '"' cafWestling at|d family. Mrs. Hi W* WMtt of Mason City is spending the week visiting* here with' hef patents,- Mi 4 , arid Mrs. Alfred Settiofii Mrs, Welp is the former MaiHe Semori. .. Rev. and Mifrrf- Gv Mi .Webb .went to • Des Moines, Friday) ,wh6fe they attdnfied a tjantjuet given at the University C.hurCH-of' Christ; They returned home Saturday, ; M*Bi Alfred : Sfelttort' we'ril 1 W Whitlerriorc, Friday,, and rer»1am> ed Until Saturday. She, Vlsited< her mother, Mrs. Mike 'Faride'lj and helped her celebrate her birthday. . Mr. arid Mr*. RSltSM' LiridhbrSk 1 are movirig into their home om south Dodge street the first of March; THe place "has been occupied by Mr. and Mi's. . Allen BUchanan. After nearly^ two and a'.* half years in service Dr. C. D. Schaap is expected home from Mare Island, Calif., in a Very short time. He will resume his dental practice at once. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry-are spending a few days in Mason City helping their daughter Mrs. Roy Berrie and family get settled in their new home on North Washington avenue, Mr; and Mrs. R. J. Laird and. daughter Linda of Des MoineS arrived Friday for a visit until Sunday with^the former's mother, Mrs. Ella Laird, and sister Mrs. Ethel Chubb. Mrs. "Bud" Zehder went to Des Moines, Sunday, to meet her husband who was discharged from ' service at Fort Leavenworth, Friday. They will return home Wednesday. ' Mr. and 'Mrs. "Walter Zeniner entertained at Sunday, dinner, guests being Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. William Funk and Sgt. Clarence Krug of West Bend. Mrs. Arthur 1 Moulds and son Jimmie are leaving this week for St. Cloud, Fla., where they will visit a month with the former's daughter dnd her husband, Mr. ad Mrs. Darrell Sparks. Mr. and: Mrs.- Dave Singer and daughter Carol Lee' of Wells, Minn., spent Tuesday and Wednesday of last week at the home, of' their nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. JOe Bloom. Headliners Head into a glorious, gay wonderful lieW'-spririg'in' a'brand new chapeau that is sheer flattery to the ntH dd« gree! Our Hat Box Shop bursts forth with the most mngriificerit creations you evei' did see—skscraper towering hats •-—' demure little half-hatsV off-the-face hats to reveal more of .you 1 —lush and lovely hats made en'- tirely of exquisitely colored flowers. Select .your new spring hat here—for a spring brimming over with happiness. Mis '••':. A was Mis; Mrs •esse AJw Gill Mrs tagt Stei Fan Tuesday and Wednesday;-February 5-6 ; • Merle OberonrGlVude Rains Charles Koiviirt. in- OE OUBSf? recently been discharged from service and his indefinite. Rev. Eai-l Burgess and daughter Muriel went to Rochester Friday, where the latter visilec friends, and on Saturday Mrs Burgess and Mrs Homer Anderson, who have been going through the clinic, returned home with them. Miss Betty Roney of Lonq Beach, who has been visitng the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gisch the past two weeks, left for her home this mid-week. Mr. and Mrs. William Specht entertained at a family dinner for her Monday evening. Mrs. Myrtle Hayne of Webster City arrived Thursday for a visit at the Andy Layman nome and with other relatives and friends. Since Mr. Hayne's death she has been making her home with her son Carl who is in the jewelry business in Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson Taylor and son Charles of Austin arrived Friday for a weekend visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long and with Mrs. Glee Pitcher. Mrs. Taylor is the former Arba Dee Long. Mr. Taylor was recently discharged from service in the South Pacific and will resume his employment with a railroad company at Austin, Feb. 4th. rheir honor Mr. and Mrs. William Specht entertained at a family dinner, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Floyd Biisborough return ed recently from Yates City, HI., where she had spent three weeks with her son Carl and family. Carl brought her home and his sister, Mrs. Adolf Cherlancl, returned with him for a visit until Mr. Oberlander returns from Germany, where he was sent as guard with a group of prisoners. Mrs, Laura Schnepf of Rock Island arrived Saturday for a visit until Tuesday with Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew. She is well known in Algona, having been in the ready-to-wear department at the Chrischilles store for some time. She i.s now employed with the McCabe company of Rock Island in the children's department. Mrs. Leslie Ross and daughter, Mrs. Walace Larson, went to Albert City, where , they spent Wednesday and Thursday with the lalter's mother-in-law, Mrs. Alfred Larson. While there they attended a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Roger Satory who lived in Algona with Mr. and Mrs. Ross while her husband was in service. Mr. and Mrs. Satory are living in Albert City for a brief time until they go to Chicago, where Mr. Satory will enroll at :he university. met and were married- in India I while both were in service. En-1 route to Atlanta, Idaho, whcr Mr. Coors will enroll at schoo they will stop in Denver for visit with the former's father, H F. Coors. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Twogooc and Mrs. Gene Murtagh leave to d'ay for Albuquerque, N. Mex. where they will spend the week end with Dr. and Mrs. W. D. An drews. From there they will go to Tucson, Ariz., where Mrs Murtagh will spend severa weeks with friends. The Two goods will go on to Los Angeles Mr. Twogood at one time coach ed at the University of California in Los Angeles. Prof, and Mrs. Don Miller are moving into an apartment in the Dr. A. L, Rut home on north Thorington street which ho ha: provided for them under the stress of the housing shortage The Miller family has been living in the William Finn house on west State street, so generously Until Dr. Rist offered them **Jb~^J) /f -+ f «J\ /f ~ t **J\^~^^ Republican Candidate For County Treasurer • Lifelong resident and taxpayer of Kossuth County. • Farmed in LuVerne Township for 41 years; now live in Algona. • Married, father of four children. YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED. ED CHAMBERS i«i>^y^i^ytoiHy«^^j^ rooms they had thought it necessary for Mrs. Miller and the children to move to Sioux Falls with her parents. Lt. H. L. Pailon, who has been in service in tho South Pacific, reached the States in December ancl was recently discharged. His wife met him in St. Louis and they went to Flora, 111., for a visit with his father, H. T. Pat- Urn. They have returned to Algona and will remain with Mrs. nation's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson, several weeks after which time they will go to Champaign, 111., where Mr. Patton will enroll at. the state university. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph William of Galeshurg, 111., are parents of a 6 pound 12 ounce baby daughter born January 31 at the Kossuth hospital. She has been named Linda Susan. Mrs. Hattie Witham is the child's great grandmother and this makes her 26th great-grandchild. Mr. Witharn came from Galesburg the 30th and remained a couple of days. Mrs. Witham has been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer, since her release from the hospital a few weeks ago following an attack of pneumonia. Mrs. Charles Rosewall has received word from her son Hjalmar, at Blue Earth, that his wife who was in the hospital recently because of high blood pressure is much improved and is at home again. She also had a recent letter from her grandson Robert, whose father Oscar Rosewall will be well remembered here. The family lives in Baton Rouge, La., and Robert entered the nayy after his graduation, last spring from Columbia university, New York. He is on a troop transport and for a brief time is with Ws parents at Baton Rouge. * i A fiaicmalirKj Sforu Vl _^ ofABoqendhisDoQ 1 TTA Grand Old Man of tte fortes His Bird and Btoii Companions 1 . jj^p^fr^rw-—.— — ^ w v forest" Mi EDMUND LOWE—BRENDA JOYCE BILLY SEVERN (31. n«J<:J) HARRY DAVENPORT JOHN UTEL—CLANCY COOPER BLACKIE—JIM the CROW THESE. UIVE / .-.™™«---i, ..LOVABLE ANIMAlf* -i^H; "BCACKIE - BRUNO , ; SNOOPY.MR.OREEN-TIPPIE| MR.KING -NANA-TOM 1 was Jgivc fhusl IBod fwed wer IVona ora its ^ANGFORD. HALEY HEUN WAIKER RUDY VAUK PHILIP REED QZZIE NElSONj THE VAGABONDS ARTUNKUmR -IMIffMf /-• <•'*• '>' As Beautiful As A Di&ney Feature Come To Life, Announcing My Candidacy For The Democratic Nomination For Your Support At The Jiwie Primariet Will Be Appreciated, Maie Mow© TOP WANT ADS, f ' ' • •"., ' '-.->'> • - : '--:-;- ;Wvr^-Y£M'*v''*Lvi '"UtiqQ&'fS&it* 1 " Ail* «»i<»ife~*£! . ; N£;C^ Sunday, Monday ana Tu0jsdayi Feb?upy ; jfO^;jijf JOHN OUNNA "WSJ*

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