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!· F.b. 19, 1954 »MB Cttj Gtobc-Guelte, Mason City, la. 1 J ( l * " ( t i Hold Funeral Friday · u ;i . - ··, ^ t ," / j - , t ,t v / fdrlCiresco Woman, 57 ^.CRESCO-^uneral services were held Friday at'the Larson .Funeral lloma and at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Cresco, with the Rev'. Robert R, Ahrens, officiating, for Mrs: Hugo Walter,' 57. She die'd Tuesday at the Swanson Rest Home after a long illness. Mrs.- Walter is survived by her husband ' and two sons, Clarence of Milwaukee, and Clinton of South) St. Paul, Minn., two brother's andj two sisters, Peter Eide, Viroqua, Wis.; Andrew Eide, Reedslawn, Wis.; Mrs. John Hass of Granger, Minn.; arid Mrs. Albert Hass of Bobells, N. D. MERE DECORATION HELENA, Mont. Ml--Montana's governor, J. Hugo Aronson, has a king sized pipe capable of holding a. full packet of tobacco. An old friend, Reed Carlson, bought it for him in China when he was in the Air Force. There is only one drawback--Hugo doesn't smoke a pipe. ,, A "best seller" for years! Uncle Sam's Almanac contains no advertising or propaganda but is packed with fascinating facts and useful information from government sources. Also includes complete almanac and calendar pages. While they last only 30c postpaid to readers of this newspaper . . . imttmfmmnmm,mfmmwmfm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmm,mmmmmm^im The Mason City Globe-Gazette Information Service, 1200 Eye Street, N. W., Washington 5, D. C. Enclosed please find carefully wrapped, for which please send me copies of Uncle Sam's Almanac for 1954 . Name ^ ..»_._ Street....... City.. State. IN KOREA--Pvt. Roger R. Ferleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Ferleman, 838 8th N.E., is stationed at the 552nd Engineer Base Depot in Korea. Ferleman is a' storage specialist in Headquarters Company. He entered the Army in May 1953 and arrived in.the Far East last December from Ft. Belvoir, Va., where he completed his basic training. Railroad Man Dies Suddenly MANLY -- Funeral services for Marvin W. Ogg, G7, Rod; Island railroad conductor, will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at Bride's Funeral Home at Manly with the Masonic order in charge. Burial will be at Elmore, Minn. He died at a hospital at Mason City Thursday night following a cerebral hemorrhage. Mr. Ogg was born in Minneapolis Aug. 1. 1896. lie was married to Miss Lila Henkel of Elmore in 1018. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, the American Legion, the Masons'and the Bethel Evangelical UB Church. Survivors are his wife, son, Jean H. Ogg of Inver Grove, Minn., arid a sister, Mrs. Grover Smith, San Diego, Calif. When President William Howard Taft left the White House in 1913 he returned to Yale University where he had been a student in the class of 1878. He served as professor of law at Yale from 1913 to 1921 when he returned to Washington D. C., to become chief justice of the Supreme Court. It's Easy to Place a Want Ad! . If you have something you want to sell, trade or rent, * if you want a good job or good help and would like to place a want ad just Call 3800 and ask for the want ad department. We will be glad to. give you suggestions' that will help you get results Card of Thanks and in Mem- oriams Si.50 for first 15 lines, regular charge of 22c a line for anything over 15 lines. Locals 35c line lOc extra will be charged for all ads and locals not paid for at lime of insertion. 25c service charge on all blind ads. JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER j.odges ^Q^) Mason City Lodge I.O.O.K. No. 224 I2ii E. Slate Phone W3 First Degree Tuesday, Feb. 1G HOWARD NELSON Noble (.'.rand Phono C93 S. A. KOCH Recording Secretary IlO^i N. Fed. l»h. 29VO-LW -Knights of Columbus No. 1006 Meets Second Tuesday al old K.C. Uldg., 2nd and S. Fed., 3rd Fir. W. C. YENERICH, Grand Knight 705 loth St. N.E. Ph. 4918-.] John Llfka, Financial Secretary B22 N. Del. Phone 334'J-J HARDING LODGE NO. C49 W. L. Constable. W.M. Phone 12M-W L. J, Moore, Secy. Phone 'JSS2-J Work on Third Degree Wednesday. March 3. 7:30 P. M. BENEVOLENCE LODGE NO. US K. K. Fairer. W.M. -- Ph. 33-1i B. L. Main, Secy. -- Phone 5126 Special Program, Mon.. Feb. 22. 7:30 p.m. Cord of Thank5 2 1 WISH TO EXPRESS my sincere thanks to my doctors, surgical associates, nuns, nurses and aides who were all so kind to me during my stay at the Mercy Hospital. 1 also wish to thank my friends and reln- tivcs for the cards and flowers. All these kindnesses means so much to me, and I am very thankful to you all. Charles Nagel "1 know you're having fun on your fob ... bur at the same time, you're getting down-to- earth business -training. *J could lell you about the principles of good busi ness 'ti! doomsday. But it wouldn't mean half as much to you as the first-hand experience you're getting now. "You're actually practicing the American Way of free enterprise. You buy at wholesale . . . sell at retail and the difference is your profit. You've had to learn how to collect and handle money ... how to keep accurate records . . . and 'the importance of giving good service to your customers. "Having a job has also taught you that 'money doesn't grow on trees'. And like many another businessman you ' ve , learned the value of insurance. That's why you participate in the.newspaperboy "CHAMPION" Accident Insurance Program, which protects you 24 hours a day. "You're lucky to be getting such a well-rounded business experience early in life. You'll have a head-start on the other boys when you're on your own". ·» t ' ' Holt to Subscribers: Please have your money ready when your Niwtpaperboy makes hit co/fecf/onr. H wi/f save him · lime and w/tf alto help him maintain hit profits. Zotd of Thanks D E P E N D MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE i\'E WISH to express our sincere thanks to the neighbors, relatives and friends for their lovely cards, "lowers and sifts sent to us during hu loss of our beloved husband, fa- her nnd grandfather. ' Mrs. C. Earl Schnltz' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rycrly Sons o N W A N T A D S P H O N E 3 8 0 0 2 Business Opportunities 18 Salesmen Funeral Directors MASON CITY McAC/LEY i SON Funeral Home A Distinguished, Dignified Funeral Service. 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. I'ATTERSOiV-JAMES NEW CllAl'KL 2nd and S. Pennsylvania' Mason City Phone 11-10 Licensed in Minnesota and Iowa COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME. -The Home of Thoughtful Service." 126 3rd St. N.E. Phone 1505. MAJOH FUNERAL 511. 209 2nd N.E. HOME. Phone CLEAR LAKE W A R D FUNERAL HOME, CLEAR LAKE. Ambulance Service. Day Plione a. Night Phone 7. Monuments/ Etc. B3 MASON C 1 T Y Monument Works Home o\yned and reliable since 1889. See our large display of finished monuments and nil granites Including Montcllo. Mark every griive. Wo del. anywhere, 150 10th St. S.W. Ph. 392 Personals FOR SALE--Small grocery, u money maker. Ideal for a couple. Only $2000. Phone 211, Oleson Realtors. Mo[e H e l p W o n t e d 2 0 Dept. ffead Wanted For iluikilng Materials Uept. Must have knowledge of various types of building materials, good w»gus plus commission, employee discount. Montgomery Ward 25 kpts, for Wanted: A M A R R I E D MAN TO DEVELOP BIG PAYING BUSINESS WITH.LARGE OIL COMPANY selling direct to farmers and truckers for near-by territories. Protecled territory. Home nights. Write J. C. Spear, 5W Standard nid«., Cleveland, Ohio, giving phone nutii- er and background. Services Offered EXPERIENCED refrlg. and TV uerv- iceman. Permanent with paid vacation. Apply 10-12 a.m., 217 N. Federal, Mason City. WANTED--Salesman! I)o you have retail selling experience and enough confidence in your ability to maku above average income, selling TV and some appliance.s. Age no barrier. Must have good serviceable car. Apply between 10 and 12 a . m . . 217 N. Federal, Mnson City. 5 INOriEUlEN'TS pure make Finn Foam sure the tops for cleaning rugs and upholstery. Damon's. DISC sharpening Good work. Me wheel. Write or phone 94-1-W. Walker, Clear Lake. Man to Work in Retail Stationery Store Steady employment. Experience preferred. See Mr. Toftc or Mr. Moore at KLIPTO LOOSE LEAB 1 CO. 15 So. Del. LAWN MOWEHS Sharpened, repaired. U s e d mowers bought mui sold ·· h. 704 -- 4 blks. E. of High School -- Clear Lnke Alcoholism New Modern Scientific Therapy -- 7 to 10 days Hos pitalization for men women. All former Treatments still being used. Write for Free Booklet MURRAY INSTITUTE 620 South 10th Street Minneapolis, Minn. AT0094 Lost, Found LOST--Lady's Tyler watch with expansion b a n d between Younkers and Green Mill. Reward. Mrs. Francis L. Sherman, Nora Springs. Ph. 226. Money to Loan 8 LOANS $25 TO $300 Prompt Confidential Service Phone ,412 SECURITY LOAN CO. Rm. 321 - 1st Nat!. Bank Bldg. CASH LOANS $20 - $300 Loans made for most any pur Dose on just your promise to lay. Anyone may apply. Service is fast. No endorsers needed. Loans also made on car or furniture. Clean^ up :hosc old bills with a loan from HFC. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORP. 7 1 /- N. Fed. Ave., 2nd fl. Phone 1101 Need Cash? See Tom Mitchell NORTH IOWA FINANCE $20.00 -- $300.00 119V'2 No. Fed. Ph. 3540 . Mason City, la. SEE the United Home Bank t Trust Co. for real etate mortgage loans. .Still Only 4%Why Pay More? On farm land loans -- 35 year term Cash dividends paid to you yearly, cuts your net cost to below 47. You have privilege to pay any part or In full at any time, from any kind of Income, stopping Interest. No charge for such privilege. See Federal Land Bank Association at 16 2nd St. N.E.. Mason City, Phone UH, JV. F. (Bill) W a n r c r, Seer-Tress. (The Co-op Way). SEE us about financing your new car. United Home Bank Trust Co. MONEY TO LOAN on good farm or city first mortgages. Low interest rate. No commission. Write Box K-1Q Globe-Gazette. WE 3 make j iillc purpo WELCOME and every application qualified -borrowers for PERSONAL are anxious to make good loans for worthwhile purposes and LOANS Our service is prompt and confl dcntlal. You do not have to be a de positor to borrow here. You will like our low rates. INQUIRE TODAY OR PHONE NO. : BANKLOAN DEPT. 1st National Bank Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE--Top nuality baled clove. hay. Wayne Miller, 4 ml, N.E. ol Manly. SHED oats, recommended now varieties--Certified and Select Bonham, Branch, Nemaha, Cherokee, Mo. O- 205. Trt-State Seed Co., Clear Lnke, Highway IPS next to Sale Barn. FOR SALE-- Baled clover hay and straw. Ph. 1220R Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Nemaha oats, OBtf, test. Bin run. $1.25 bu. Wnnl Korean or Canadian soybeans. Ph. 282R2 or 6I82J. 150 BU. AMES seed oats. 4 mis. S. 3 E., V, S. Otto R, Stoltenberg. Business Opportunities 18 ICE CREAM SHOP IN MASON CITY Newly decorated, equipment In 1st class shape, ready for opening March 1st. This Is a dandy and « proven money maker. . ' : Ray L. Holtz,- Realty : E. K. H O W E , ; B - So. Del Phone 1988 -- Evr.s. 5019-W, 2676 DRESS SHOP and Variety--Only one in N. la, town of 700. Good bus! ness and location. Low overhead Write Box L-18. OIobe-Gaiette, Route or Appliance Salesman Ave you sntisficcl with your present progress? Singer Sew ing Machine Co. has a money making proposition for the aggressive man. Car and its up- keep'furnished. See manager of SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 123 N. Fed. SINGLE farmer with all mod. 8 room house wants married larm : Jian with small tamily. Exp. and rets. 1st letter. Write Do.v G-18, Globe-Gazette. EXPERIENCED mechanic. Prefer l. or Chrysler experience. Have good equipment and working coml. Annual vacation. Top wages. Lci'ltl Pontiac Service, Sheffield, la. SALESMAN Farm Equipment Excellent, steady position with opportunity for high earnings to an aggressive man. Experience not necessary, but helpful. Automobile required for which car mileage is allowed. We offer an outstanding employee benefit program. Good opportunity for advancement. Apply in person to -MR. J. McLAUGHLON Sears Farm Store 115 E. Slate .WANTED -- HIRED MAN FOR FARM WORK 3 rm. house, water and elec. no milking, must be good with machinery. Ph. 16F104 Rock well. GLENTV ROB EN, Sheffield, la. , Be Your Own Boss HAVE SECURITY $120 A WEEK TO START Cail5707LR AFTER 6 P.M. WANTED Men 21 years of age or older for sales work In Iowa. You must he am bilious and willing to work. Exper iencc Is not necessary. Training on the-job with sales manager. Pay starts first day of training. Car Is essential. You must be able to furnish responsible references and be willing to work 5 days a week traveling in Iowa. Home Friday night each week For those who qualify and arc ac ccpted, we offer permanent work, better than average earnings, and n future. Salary guarantee of a mini mum 175 a week begins immediately with training. For persona! interview contact Mr. Brooks at Hotel Hanford Monday, Feb. 22. JO a.m. to 4 p.m and 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. MUST get a high-type man to act as our supervisor for our large feed am fertilizer company in the surrounding G counties on overriding basis In pro tccted territory. 2 ton per week per county in this territory will pay supervisor S192 per week in overriding alone. Does no include persona! sales commissions These counties should average from 3 to 5 ton per week the year around Afan accepted will be given 2 days training at factory before starting a company's expense before taking territory over. Write Box H32, DCS Moines, la; W will wire, write or call you I arrange personal Interview. Female Help Wanted 21 RECEPTIONIST-secretary to dentist Excellent salary for right applicant Must have initiative, ability to mec public and bo willing to Icam offlc, management plus other admlnl.stra tive details, HIjjh school graduate preferred. State full details of qunli fications · in reply. Write Box A-16 Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Middleagcd housekeeper Mod. house. Write Box N-1B, Clone Gazette. ' WANTED--Nite waitress neat appearance. Apply in person. Maple Inn. IF YOU use Avon cosmetics, you know why It is easy to service Avon customers. We have nn opening now for dependable women. To apply write Box 506, Mason City, lown. WANTED--Woman to work S days a week--9:30 to 11:30 A.M. 1:00 to ·1:30 P.M. No previous experience re quired. We train you. Write Box A-l r Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Part time pantry woman for Hotel Hnnford Kitchen. 'Hour; 4 to 9 p.m. Salary plus meal. Ask for Manager. ; Help/Mole, Female 23 WANTED--Dishwasher, hour* 9 a.m to 5 p.m. 6 day wk. Apply In per son. Buehter Cafe, 720 So. Fed. Salesmen 25 . LARGE OH,'CO. NOW h«* openings for 3 salesmen In this nre« to call on farm trade Permanent, high earning*, home nights. Experience not necessary Must be above 25 yrs. old, have car Contact L, L. Gray, Hanford Hotel Mason City, Feb. 19th between 7 and 7:30 p.m. 27 MS. I'APEUKl). Painting lon«. I'll. 305U. Mr. Hyde. 'OH U K NT--'J or ^ room mod. furn. aiini-lmvnl. Close 1». I'h. JQ54. ·"Oil" H U N T -- 2 room furnished apart- incht. K!2 N. J e f f . WILL, do wushlngs and ironings, rh. 1010. ''OH washings and ironings, also cur tnlns call 5933-W. SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding--all makes, parts and supplies. Mason City Appliance Store ,211 S. Fed. Ph. I 103. FULLER BRUSH Products. Floyd Fousek. Phone 62H-R. ASHKS, nuiimxit and lislit IiaiiHng, Call Bill 252UV. VANTED--Ash nna rubbish h a u l i n g Reasonable. Ph. 3I21-J or 3121-W. ·\SI1. rubbish nncl light hauling. Hoa sonnble. Ph. HlSS-lt. SKW1NC nnd alterations. Ph. 40G1-W 207 K. Statu St. JANSSEN Day Nursery. Hcliiililc chilli cnrc. Close In. Ph. 1051. CATTLE (U'-horning use rack snw-- pull artery. Ph. -1911 Plymouth. EPTIC tanks and cesspools denned. Year around service, fleas. Ph. 076 Mason Cll.y. Glenn Marshall. Complete Butchering AND Processing Service For Home Freezers or Lockers FREEZER SUPPLIES Watkins Lockers Lockers For Rent 711 S. Fed. Phone 908 N E X T TO YOU Wlio is most Interested in vour motor? WE ARE Because our future business depends on your satisfaction of the service rendered by us. PETERSON'S ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE 308 5. DelEwarc Phone 1139 For Repairinganc Replacing Call Kelroys 441 Gutters and Downspouts Instruction 28 Learn Telegraphy I want to talk to 25 men, 17-35, who are interested in permanent employment with railroads us telegraphers and agents. " We Train You Training will not interfere with prcs ent job. If sincere, ambitious and in good health, write Box C-17, Globe Gazette. DIESEL HEAVY EQUIPMENT Several mechanically inclined and re liable men arc needed to train foi positions In the Tractor and Equip mcnt Industry. If you are not making belter than SIM per week, or you don't have all year job security, yoi owe it to yourself to \vrile for free /nets, without obligation, about this training and our Advisory Placemen Service. THACTOR TRAINING SERVICE, Inc BOX J-18 GLOBE-GAZETTE Rooms for Rent 32 CLOSE in, large warm clean hskptf room. Utlls. furn. Ph." 5086-W. FOK HENT--Lee. front sleeping rm Close in, very desirable. Call 1522 ROOM for rent. 408 1st S.W. Pnon 3484-H. PLEASANT room for 1 or 2 girls Close In, hot noft water, rh. 427S-W CLEAN, furn. sing. nn. Lge. closet city heat. HO'/fr N. Fed. Ph. 29IO-W LARGE room. Hot soft water, twin beds. 224W, W. State St. VERY nice slpg. rm. Innsps, close In. N'.W. Gent. Ph. 3357-M. Apts. for Rent 33 CLOSE IN-^3 rms., util furn. 120 2nd S. W. 2 ROOM unfurn. apt. btlls, furn. S3 mo. No objection to baby. Washini prlvs. Ph. 5107-W. FURN, 2 rm. apt. Prl. cnt., 1st fir 511 week. Ph. 4B93-W. FOR RENT--Nice unfurnished apart ment. Close in, 4 rooms and bnth S5S, with heat and water. Write Box K-1B. Globe-Gazette : 4 RM. apt. Prl. bath. pri. ent., Is floor. On N. Fed. Ph. 2095-J. FUHN. 2 room apt. Kltchcnet, utlls. Idry. prlv. Close in. Ph. 4001-W. FOR RENT--Mod. clean unfurn. apt Entire upstairs. Immcd. poss. Pri hath. 726 lllh St. N.E.' 3 ROOM unfurn. apt. Steam heat and water furn., 1st floor. Ph. 618S-J 121 6th St. S.W. FOR RENT--4 unfnrn. rms. Prl. cnt 718 S. Adams. FOR RF.NT--3 large furn. rms. Pri cntr., util. fiirn., near Mercy Hos pltal. Ph. 4264W. CLEAN FURN. 3 rm. apt. Utlls. furn For epic. 603 N. Adnms. Ph. 2231 Bill Tate Real Estate ALWAYS HAS APARTMENT! FOR RENT PHONE 35 J. B. Youngblood Son Nites Survlays 4411 - 4880W-2667 COZY, small unfurnished apartment Private ent. Ph. 5022-.T or 1265. ROOM iinfurn. dowmtiilrs mod. apt City hcivt. Clufiu lu. I'll. S'J53-J. FOll RENT Furn. Apt. , rms. and balh. Pri. enlr., Uil. furn. Available Feb. 25. $75 month. PHONE 2G4 IOUPLK to do Janitor work for npt. Wrllo llox R-18. filobe-fia/clU).' SMALL furn. apt. or light houii«kefj)- Ing rooms. 225 N. 1'resident,. 'OR .· RENT--a bedrnom npardntnt. Close in. Ph. 2151-LW. Houses for Rent 34 ··OH RENT--Mod. -i mi. house S.W. part. See M. \V. lloomhower, Bopm- lower l l d w . MOD. COM PL. furn. In m«('le, 2 beiJ- room homo, cas heal. Low rent. ASK about it. Ph. 099, Clear Lake. Attractive rm. duplex. Util. fuin. .517. So. Conn. -- $70 month. DOUGLAS INSURANCE AGENCY 212 N. Fel : Ph. 'tl? i f l IlKST--'Alod. (urn. winterized coltajjft nn N. shore of Clear Lake. Hci-k Hros. Co. Ph. 131. House Trailers A34 N. IOWA'S largest distributor of new nnd used mobile homes. Sloven's Trnilcr Sales. I folk. N. .let. 18 and 107. Clear Lnke. Ph. 1112-W or ]Ui-.t. 1!)51 27-ft. Krnnklln mod trailer house. Alum, exterior, 8x12 annex. Write Box A-17. C:to»e-Kiuetl«. ' _ 35 Houses for Sale Bi Tate New -- Different -- 3 good bed- rms. Dandy closets. Birch slab doors throughout. Liv. rm., ]4x 21. Fireplace, e n t r y closet. Kitchen extraordinary. Butltin stove and oven--electric. Lots of cupboards, Formica lops. Bkfst. nook builtin. Nice tile bath. Linen closet. Good bsmt. Auto, hot water. Gas forced air heat. 21x11 breezcway. Double garage. Paved street. Roosevelt S c h o o l Dist., S;E. Priced to sell--$17,300. PHONE 35 N E - . ' 2 Br., Highlands $10,500 N.W., 2 Dr., Holy Family Dist 11,500 Forest Park, 3 Dr., nice i:i,20fl Wildwood, 2 Br., di. rm. 11,200 S.E., 3 Dr., Rec. Rm. . . . 17,500 N.E., Bungalow. Good . 11,500 AT CLEAR LAKE Near Bayside, 2 Bdm. ...$8,500 Dodges Pt. Park, 3 Br. 7,500 N. Shore, Mclntosh Add. 32,500 Good--S. Shore--Furn. S,WO ]. B. Youngblood Son Phone 35 -- 23 1st St. N.E. Nltos -- 4411-W. «80-W, 2657 V E R N McDONOUGH Realty Co. REDUCED TO SELL \ nice 2 bedroom bungalow, kitchen, dining rm., large living nn., Knragr. corner l o t . worth the chips at 511,500. MAKE US AN OFFER This 3 bedroom ranch home carpeted HvlnR rm.. double enrage, nice lot, on pavetl street. HIGHLANDS Let us show you this extra large a bedroom home, expandable attlr, breezeway. double naniRe. You cnn buy this one at less than replacement cost. ' V E R N M c D O N O U G H ; Realty Co. -- Ph. 531 Eves. 447, SO'll, 4S74-W FOn SALE --Partly mod. 5 rni. housi- N.W. part. Terms. A. T. Clouse t Son, 20 1st St. S.E. VERN McDONOUGH Realty Co. SOUTHWEST On .1 corner lot, large a room modern home, double garage, needs some fix- ln« up but you can afford to (or $4,500* .NORTJIWEST A good 1 hcdrm. home, large kitchen and living room, double garage, can be bought on contract. $5,950. MIDLAND HEIGHTS 2 bcdrm. bungalow, Karage. This ono can be bought with S600 down, total price $8,150. VERN McDONOUGH Really Co. -- Ph. 531 Eves.'.147. 5041, 4571-W House Trailers A34 NEW and used house trailers Wa trade for anything. Terms. South Broadway Trailer Sales. South ' on Highway 6a. Albert Lea. Minnesota. Houses for Sale 35 MONTHLY PAYMENTS yotl " ke to RANDALL REAL ESTATE Phone 2819 N.W. LOCATION. Mod. 2 Bedroom Home Excellent cond. Inclosed porch and BECK BROS. CO. Ph. m -- Kvc«. «35W than $20,000 M gh't U)fJ ' * c , g home In trade. ' Ph. ill ^ly"^^^^

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