The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1946 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 19, 1946
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Miss {Catherine Kelley UHK!®* : Ofville Drennan is expected •lOtrjie the micklfe of the week 'i'ofh Molinc, III., where he is Spending a few days on business. , \4r.'. Drennan owns the Kossuth .'mplement Store. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Aulman and daughter Ruth Ann of Des Moines arrived aSturday for a weekend visit with the hitter's mother. Mrs. Ella Laird, and sis- tor Mrs. Ethel Chubb. A. J. Hertig was taken to the Monday for a heart ailment, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stewart of Manson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton, Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thomp son moved last Tuesday into an treatment. Mildred Put* of Bluri has been visiting at the 1 htortfe'6f\ her brother, Harry Put5i, rind fafrtily f6r the past week. Dennis Wagner returned last week from 'Rochester, whdfe he had been a patient at the Kahler hospital for spirhe tihie. He is recovering nicely from lump jaw, but will return to Rochester in another two months for further at 221 S. Ridgely iSljS •!J|* RAPID DRYING ENAMEL BRIGHT SCARLET JUST Limit — 2 to a Customer This wonderful, smooth-flowing enamel dries in four to i?ix hours to a rich, high-gloss finish. So easy to apply, BO easy to wash, so beautiful to look at! Gorgeous colors! V4-Pint Size 111 £*" R«g. 5.95 TWIN Trumpet HORN HoUs Plenty! 4.79 Deep, po-werful tone that commands the road. Completely wired. Built-in- relay. Beautiful Roman-gold metalustre finish. Dumbo COOKIE JAR 2.49 Walt Disney's adorable Dumbo In two different poses. Highly glazed pottery beautifully painted. OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT OR, IF YOU PREFER; USE OUR CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN ^ HUXTABLE Firestone Store apartment street. Mr. and Mvs. Ben U. Meyers spent Wednesday evening in Ti- tpnka with Mr. and Mrs. Sonus Isobrand. Mrs. Alwin Huenhold has been ill since Saturday with a stomach disorder. She is now somewhat improved. Mr, and Mrs, Vonv'.n Jensen •<pcnt Sunday in S'A'ca City with tnc lal tor's pare/its, Mr. and Airs. C. G. Dourte. T. H. Chrischilles is expected homo Wednesday from Chicago where he spent a few days on a buying trip. Miss Imogene Loach oi Perry arrived last Monday for a week's visit with Carl Morel: Jr. at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morrk. Miss Dora Mitchell wont lo Mason City. Monday, on business and also visited her sister, Mrs. Serena Clapsacldlo. David, iun-yeer-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Halbert Long, was taken ill with chicken pox on Saturday a week ago. Marvin Ingebrilson cf Minneapolis siient the weekend with lis brother and wife, Mr. and W"s. Ben In.'jfbrilran. Mv. and Mrs;. Lee Logs, Frost, Minn., visited the laltor's sister and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Ingcbritson. Thursday. Gordon Schmidt is a new clerk at the U. Mr. and Mrs. Vdfngll Ludwig and Mr. 'And Mrs/William 'Ludwig went to West Bend, Friday evening, where they joined other members of the family in celebration of the "birthdays of Mr. ancl Mi*. Fi J. Ludwig, parents of the men. Michael Matern lefj last week for Norwood, Minn., whor'u ho is employed with the Edward {3tu- der rond construction company of Minneapolis., Michael is a soil of Mr. ancl Mrs. L. A. Matern and was discharged from service a few months ago. Bernard Mprrall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrall, who saw 41 months of service and was in Italy, received his discharge at Camp Grant, 111., last week and is now with his parents. He has made no plans at present as to occupation. Mrs. M. L. Vender Wall has been teaching kindergarten since the first of the year at the Third Ward school. At that lime Miss Margaret Ann Beardsley transferred to the first grade at the Bryant building to replace Miss Pink, who was married. Harold Dams, son of Mr. ejnd Mrs. H. O. Dains, is ill with scarlet fever, and was put under quarantine the first of last week. S. Employment office. iCorkle. formerlv emploved as Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hofer of Goodell spent last Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle. vj. Mrs. Hofer is a sister of Mrs. Me- "lg G, Vif, day for Hampton; wJHiefe she Will vfei,t -until WedrVesHay with, her son' 1 Eugene aricT 'family, She ft'c- corii/rsanied her daughtefi Mis. A. "Vatix, who! was en route to hfer home in Ashton, ill., after being called home by the death of her father, former Kossuth county treasurer. Mr., and Mrs. Al Lindquifii have moved on a farm. hear Al- •bert City and the apartment they occupied in the former Donahue house has been. taken by Mr, and Mrs. Chan Dailey. The house Mr. and Mrs. Dailey have been occupying has been sold to Mi'i and Mrs. Vernell HardRrovc of Burt. Mr. Hardgrove is employed with the ' Algona creamery company. ' Mrs. Mary Harsh relUrhnd Monday to her homo on S. Thor- ingtbn street, which during her absence since last November in California, has boivi occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Haaso. In California, Mrs. Harsh visited her three sons and upon coming to Iowa wont to Swea City for a visit with her daughter and hot- husband. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Bunkofcko, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden and daughter La Vonne were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Saturday. Miss Madden, niece of rMs. Jensen, left that night for Chicago, where she will take a week's special training in a business line and will then go to Boston, where she will be employed. Mr. ancl Mrs. Jensen and Miss Delores Potratz also spent from Wednesday until Friday in Mankato on business. CAR"CLEAW-UPS • Radiator Cleaner • Radiator Solder • Black Tire Paint • Tar and Oil Remover • Touch-Up Enamel • Paste Wax • Liquid Polishing Wox • Pre-Wax Cleaner • Cleaner and Polish • Paste Cleaner *? • ASK ABOUT THE DELUXE CHAMPION Tf>» Tire That Stays Safer Longer You get extra mileage and extra safety, all at no extra cost to you I He was formerlv employed bookkeeper at Sc'liully. Bros. gar- Mr, and Mrs. Chrn Johnson wont to Rolfe, Tluu\.;d,w. where they attended funeral services for William Scott, an uncle of Mrs. Johnson. Ella Lewis returned Friday from Des JVIoincs. where she attended UK- state D. A. R. meeting. She is stale chairman of the approved schools of the D. A. R. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid end daughter Adris, Mrs. Bert Galbrailh and Mrs. Raymond Galbiaith went to Fort Dodge, Friday, \vherj they spent the day on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kearney ancl children Judith and Marilyn spent Sunday in Emmelsbur'g ancl were dinner Mucsts of the lalter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mino Behrends. Mr. and Mrs. F. Kawcoti of near G< od Houe ancl ?.ir. ancl Mrs. William Knoll and little daughter Donna Jean of Lone Rock visited Mrs. William F. Knoll, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. LurnI Tessler and children Ray and Kay, twins, and Jane and Mrs. Roy Fry of Ring- sled visite.d Mrs. Ida Nicketson, Friday. Mrs. Fessler is a daughter of ;vli";. Nickerson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moshsr went to Eafilo Grove, where they joined a grouo of friends who ;;al herod at tin; home of Mrs. Emma Ray to assist her in the celebration of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cvilly will return Wednesday from Minneapolis, where they went Monday to meet their son Rex Voyles, who ha:; hci-n di-chi.rged from the navy after 31 months of service. Mr. 3nd Mrs. Herman Lindeman went to Humboldt, Sunday, where they .Joined in a family celebration ancl dinner for the former's father, M. Lindeman, who was observing his SGth birthday. Staff Sgt. Don Clapsaddlo, who re-enlisted recently in Ihe air corps, is stationed at Rapid City, D., will arrive Saturduv a weekend visit with hi? parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Gould of Harlan were last week Sunday quests 01' Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk. On Monday Mr. aad Mrs. Gould accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Kirk went to Fairmont on business. Word from Mrs. Antono Johnson, who is in Rochesti r' with her husband \vho underwent major surgery last week, is that lie is resting comfortably and is gelling along as v.'e'l a.-i can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Jo::n Kirk drove to Omaha, Saturtiay, where they Hot a new car. Fn route home ! they stopped in Harlan for the weekend with Mrs. Kirk's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Gould. Joe Eloom returned last week 1'ioni Minneapolis, wlvro he had been visiting relatives for a week or ten days following his sojourn in the hospital here, and is again able to be downtown for short intervals. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Pech and Mrs. Roy Reynolds of Fort Dodge spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Black at Lu Verne and also biought the Block's son. Lewis, back with them. Ann Frankl was confined at home a day or two last week following a fall at the Chrischil- les Store, where she tripped ancl .struck her left ear in such a way thai it required two or three clamps to close the wound. Mrs. Steve Parson of Denver, Colo., visited a few days last week at the home of her sisters- in-law, Mrs. A. Hutchison and Mrs. R. J. Hutchison. She also visited at•• West Bend with her niece, Mrs. P. II. Dorweiler. Mrs. Fred Geigel left Sunday night for Knoxville, Term., for a two weeks visit whh her brother. George Huckmur.' ancl family. During her absence Miss Marilyn Tuttle will take her place as or- Mrs. Donald Hurlburt left Thursday for Tucson, Ariz., where they will remain al least Iwo months and in that length of time they hope to be able to determine whether or not the cli- matc will be beneficial to them. Mrs. Hurlbuft is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs. Mrs. John McVay and her son Floyd, ancl daughter-in-law Mrs. C. L. McVay, went to Fort Dodge Thursday, where they called on Mrs. Fay Minard, sister-in-law of Mrs. C. L. McVay. Mrs. Minard was critically ill and in the hospital a few weeks ago but has recovered sufficiently to be at home. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Fox returned Monday from California, where they spent two months. In Oakland they visited Mrs. Fox's daughter, Mrs. Rudy Oster, ancl in Long Beach were guesls of Mr. Fox's sisler, Mrs. Florence Orlhel ancl daughter. They also visited in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Don McCorkle, who has been in Louisiana, is home on a furlough which he is spending with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle, Austin, Minn. This week he has been visiting his grandparents, My. and .MjWjE. ,B., McCorkle and his aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Cowles of St. Louis were visitors last week at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. A. Hutchison, and other relatives. They had been in Des Moines to attend the funeral of Gardner Cowles and returned to Algona with the D. C. Hutchi- sons, who had also attended the funeral. Ll. Patricia Matern has written her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Matern, from Saipan, that she vyas leaving for home and by this time is en route. She was 'home the last time in January 1945. It is possible she will receive her discharge at once but in case she doesn't her time of enlistment is up in June. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Medin and two sons Bob and Don, and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Smith, all of Cedar RapiOs, were guests of Mr. and Mrs Sam Medin the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are parents of Mrs. Carl Medin and with whom she lived during her husband's absence in service, Mr. and Mrs. Medin and sons remained for a longer visit with his parents and they are en- route lo San Francisco, where Mr. Medin will be associaled with the Golden States dairy company. Barn Dance Draws At City Friday Night Swca City: A packed house greeted the KSTP barn dance entertainers who staged a show in the school auditorium, Friday evening. The entertainment was sponsored by the Linde Implement Co., agent here for Allis-Chalmers. Aigoha high school, tytll iriaug* urate b'Sse'b'all thiS' SpVMfc : re placing track as, the siprlrvg sport. • This fact'•was made''Hriown by Coach dene Hertz; FrlqayV stated at that time that he pectfe'd to isstie a call for bandt- dates withift tjhie itext : \ye'ek of So. "Wfe are'sitar'tihg'Yfbrh scratch," said^'Heftz, "arid, : while I expect 40 or 5Q candidates for the team, I do' hot eftpdct' that We are going to plat a sensational team in the : field the first year." ' Algeria high school has been without baseball for many years. Fifte'en' cortvpleto new; uniforms have bebh ordered arid were expected to arrive this Week,-Hertz added; His first, move will be some ipreliminafy workouts indoors, iri the gyrn,' he i ski. As soon as weather conditions permit, h ; e intends to install a practice field On the site of the skating rink arid practice football ifield.' ••••••• Regular 1 games will probably be played on the fairgrounds diamond, and the intention is to cooperate with St. Cecelia's Academy, sb that there is no conflict in the schedule of the two schools' home' games. At Pea.rson Funeral Swea Civyans who attended the Carl Pearson funeral at Al- gotia Thursday included Myron Johnson, Mrs. Anna Larson, Mrs. John E."Anderson, Albin Burgeson, the Selmer Uhrs, the Roy Valvicks and Grant Dourte. Red Grors Worker Speaks At Seneca Seneca: The Seneca Farm Bureau held their March meeting at the Seneca school last Tuesday evening. The program was opened with a vocal selection toy Nadine Duer, which was followed by films I shown by La Vonne Madden,who has been a Red Cross Recreational worker overseas. Supt. Tatum, of the Fenton schools, talked on Schools. Following the program refreshments were served by the A. E. Nelsons, Wm. Sanders, Ray Osborns, and Henry "Wilbergs. In charge of the program were the Fred Browns, Joe Maddens, Hans Diers and John and Bertha Olsen. Music Contest Date Monday, March 25, is the date for the Swea City school music contest. Successful contestants will be sent to the district contest which this year is to be held at Graeltinger. Mr. ancl Mrs. Ted Vaux, Ash- Ion, 111., and children visited relatives at Swea City Friday, coming here from Algona, where they had been called by death of Mrs. Vaux's father, Qarl Pearson. c 'Mi*and Mrs. "Harris, Wilmar, Minn:, visited over the weekend at the George E. Butterfield's. Mrs. Harrie, who was formerly Ella Countryman, Swea City, is a sister of Mrs. Butterfield. Seneca Band Mothers '* The Seneca Band Mothers met at the Virgil Moore home last Tuesday. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill was the assistant hostess. MM* A FEW DROPS Quickly Relieve Distress of HEAD COLDS!, It's so easy to get prompt, effective rilief froHrdis- tress of*head colds with Va-tro-nol) YVprlcs rlght-;where itrouble is-to retHVc'e c6BgesUott.— febpthe" irritation - make' breathing easier. Also "helps prevent many colds from developing if used in time. Tryit I Follow directions in folder. ViGKS VA-TR0-NGL .VOTITH'OF IIKAIII\<! O.V KS'l'AllMSltMHXT OF IMIOI'OSHII SMI'O'XnAIIY IIOAI) VO. (ll.V Notice is hereby glyen tlnit (here been filed In Hie office of Iho Connly Auditor of Kossnih Connly, Iowa a petition for Uie establishment ,f a' dislriel for surfacing the following described secor.dary road: lieglnnlng al (he Southwest corner of SecllQu 111, Townshl|i !)ii, Range I'll and running I'.'asl one mile. Said road lo be surl'aeeil with gravel. Said dislriel in include the following described real estale: Owrer Description Sec. Twp. Flange .Melropolltiin Life Ins. Co S'/j 111 itli 29 H. I'!. & l.onla T. Snyfi-M. . .% NWVi !!D 9(i 211 Adele (!. Norton & linlli I'aullnc Worsler Morrow NK',4 :ifl ilfi 211 Said pelltloi: will come on for hearing before the Hoard of Supervisors at Heir office In the f.Vmrl House In Algona. .Iowa, al 10:00 o'clock A. M. on Uie -IHi day of A\iril. 1918, at which time all persons Interested tliereln mas- appear and he heard In the matter. hated at Algona, Iowa this Slh day of March, 19-10. 11-1- U J, IIUMICHFAU-., County Auditor. ganist churcJi. at the Presbyterian tidy house PAINTED SURFACE CLEANER fcmevcs dirt without mi.lng, ing or drying. LOCAL MAN FELT LIKE SWOLLEN BALLOON; FULL QF STOMACH GAS Recently, an Algona man stated that he used to feel like a swollen balloon after every meal. He would bloat full of gas and spit up acidulous after eating. liquids for hours Was terribly con. stipated. This nian is one of the hundreds in this vicinity who now praise SYS-TONE. He states he was amazed at the results when he took this medicine. Now he eats what he wants without gas or bloating, and bowels are regular for the first time in years. He feels like a new man. SYS-TONE contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys, iiiserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get SYS-TQNE! Lusby & Giossi Drug XOTITH OK IIKAHI\<) ON RSTAIJI.ISI1MHXT OK IMIOPOSWO SRCOM1AIIV IIO'AO XO. 1117 Nnllfe Is hcroliv Klvon Hint t'lvere lii'Cir fllrcl In the office* oi' the County Amlllnr ol' Kossntli County, Iowa a petition for tlic e.stalillslimont if is <H*li-k'i for sun-f:u>tut? tin- fallowing itescrllieil .secondary mart: l!u£lnr.iiiK' al Ihe Southwest corner of Section ill', TownHlilp flii, ItnnK'' '.'.I, nml running North one mile. Said road lo be KUrl'need with grravcl. : Said dlMrlct lo include the following rtescrlhert real estate: Owner Description Sec. Twp. Tlange U'ni. T. it i.'liii-a I. Dniyton NK14 31 i' 11 - 9 ThoiiiiiH Kiel SKU :il !Hi ^!) A. I!. Crnlksliank NW!4 M '•'« -" U. T. Livsvn\m\ S\V'4 »2 »« -!> Said iielillo!: will eome mi for'hearlnu Hefore the Hoard of Supervisors al II elr office in the Court House In Aluona. .Iowa, at 10:110 o'clock A. M. on Hie -Illi day of April, 11)16, al which 11 mo all persons Inler-estud Ihercln niitv appear and he heard in Hit? matter. Dated al Altfonn, Iowa (his Kill day of Mureli, injil. 11-1^ I* J. 1MMI':I!I'\M.L, l.'ounly A mil tor. VO'I'ICIO OK III'MIIIXfi ON I4STAIII.ISIIMI4XT OK I'HOrOSMI) Sl'A (IMIAHV UO.VI) XO. •««!« Notice Is lierehy jtlven thai llun'c lieun filed in the office of the County Ancliior nf K'nHsuih (.'onnly, Iowa a petition for Ihe establishment of a d'islrici for snrfiicliiK: tin 1 following described secondary road: MeglnnhiK' "I Hie Sont hwusi of Seeilon r>, Township IIH, KanKu -7 and rnnnlnj^ Niirlh one (1) mile. Said road lo be Niirl'aced wllli H'ravel. Said dlslrlci 10 inchide (h(^ following described real eslale: ()\vii'er I K'scrlption Sec. Twp. Marie Kiinx NW »/i r, !lfi l.inils Kntschani SW,i. i"i UH Arilnir A. ,t Irene K. ICIeln NKU « !'» .lor .1. ,\i -Mnry C. I'ink SK',1 « Hfi Said peillloi: will come on for hearing before the Hoard of Supervisors al H.elr office in tin- Conn House in Algona, Iowa, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. on the -Ith day of April, 1.IHI!. al whlcli lime all persons interested therein may appear anil bu heard In lint mailer. liulort al Algnnii, Iowa this Sill day of March, 1040. 11-m 1* .!.. 1MMKHFAW., County Auditor/ • GUARANTEE — 3 Weeks 95% Livability. , 9 SOME LEGHORNS Available During the Ne?ct 3 Weeks. ® BOOK YOUR Leghorn Cockerels Here at $1.50,per 100—day old. Draft Shields Jamesway Electric Hovers Burt Phope 58 or 77 Tuesday and Wednesday ' 19-20 Flight before the storm and the law . . . the greateit of South Sea adventure dramas by Nard- a hoff and Hall, authors of "Mutiny • on the Bounty." with Dorothy IAMOUR • Jen HAU Mary ASTOR • C. Aubr«y SMITH Co-Hit Basil Rathbonc . in "TERROR BY Added "Freedom & Famine' Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 21-22-23 Co-Hit "'"> G U Y KIBB EI .FLORENCE RICE VINTON HAWORTH Serial, "Royal Mounted Rides" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, March 24-25-26-27 or III;AUI\(; o.v HKTAIII.IHIIMKNT OF i-itoi-osiou SHCO.VIJAUV IIOAQ KU, WfJ Notice is hereby given that llwre been-filed In Ihe offieo of tllo Connly Audliiir of Kossuih County, Iowa a petition for the. estahllsliment nl a djslrlei for surfacing the following described secondary road: Beginning at the Southwest corner of Section 12, Township ill, ItanjJC '11, iliuncti running Kant. 1 mile. ' Said road to be snrl'aei/d witli gmvel. Said'district to Include the following ilescrllied real estate: Owner Description Sec. -Twp. Harris \V. Khlor. el al ,S\Vi'/i 12 111 Melroiiolilan Life Ins. Co NKs NVs 8KJ4 12 ill Itinil Sorensen S 1 ^ NVi SKVi & ^>Mi SK'4 12 91 li'aniil.i II. Hammlll NKVt III »4 .Mary M. Hamilton, el al N\\'!4 'IS 91 Said pelltloi: will eome on for hearing before tlie Board of HiipervlKors ill 11.elr office In the Court House in Algonu, Iowa, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. Ihe -Itli day ot April. IfllG. at which time all persons interested tliereln may appear aiid lie htitrd in the matter. Imtcd at Altfiniu. Inwa this' Sth day of March, 1846. ' . County Auditor. VOTM i: OK iiio-Viiiivn ON IOSTAUMSHSIKNT OF nun'osion SKCOMJAHV IIOAI) IVO. ,%73-A Notice is hereby given thut there l.ns been filed In the office of the County Auditor ol Kossutli County, Iowa a petition for tlie establishment ol a dislriel for surfacing the following described seccil:(la,ry roiid: Iteginnlng al tlie Northwest corner of Section IS, Tqwnship 9-1, Ranse J7 and running Kost one mile. ' '. Said road to lie surfaced with gravel. Said district to include the following JcHccibed real estate: Owner ' Description ,Sec. Twp. TJan W. .1. I'Vlnmil K% SI414 7 9J 27 .1. I.. Hpn»i. Trustee VV'VS H H Vi & BW '4, 7 91, 27 Cliarles 1-. Oc'nrlcli Wesley Worby IS 18 31 \ Said petition at their office In Store. Dn-iu will come on for lieiU'inB before tl>e Booi'd of Suflervisors ... the Court House In Algontt, Iowa, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. n tho -Itu Any <.<< Auril, 194li, at which tlin« ull persons IntereKteU thcn-eln may appeftr and he heard In the mutter. al Alt'Qim, Iowa this Sdi rtu.v of March, IQIfl. L. J, IMMKRl''ALL, County Auditor. ACTION PICTURES, INC. '•«.«« With e Cola »»pr Cotf McWIng ' JOHN LITEL • JOAN WOODBURY ADGE EN TINCAU • CIPWA HCHQfN ( fJNf STCSSSAftT » YA&ESS* BROW Upper Des Mome* Want Ads Bring Results, ' ' ' . • • . •... ^ .•>;''•-' ' ;' I'V • !i. f

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