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Mason City, Iowa
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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 24 · 1937 i! i L 11 i,' MasonCity's Calendar March 28--Easter Sunday. March-29--Municipal election for selection of two councilmen. March 30-^-Grade school operetta, "The'Wedding of the Flowers," high school auditorium, High School Music Mothers. April 6, 1, 8 and 9--Mason City Globe-Gazette's annual f r e e cooking school at high school auditorium. April 7-10--Girls' hobby show at Y. W. C. A. April 7-10--Eleventh annual boys' hobby show in Y. M. C. A;, sponsored by Kiwanis club and Y. M. C. A. Herein Mason City press up for Easter. Buy your new suit and topcoat on Abel's budget charge account plan. Bert Camp, 541 Fifth street southeast engineer at the Y. :M. C. A. building has returned to his home after spending eight days in a local .hospital, where he underwent an operation. Easter Special: Paul's oil wave $2. Mari Posa Beauty Shop. Birth certificates have leeu filed for'Carol Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellis Jarvis, 827 Carolina avenue southeast, born March 13; a boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Hegland, 110% Delaware avenue southeast, born March 18; Argyll Everett, son'of Mr. and Mrs, Everett-Miller, 720 Fourth street northwest, born March 18, and Arlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Chap man, 408 Sixteenth street northwest, born Feb. 19.. Thefldore Bretvton of Mason City, senior in the college of education of Drake university in Des Moines, will return home'for Easter vacation, March 25 to 30. The third degree wilt be put on by the Harding lodge, A. F. and A. M-- at 'the Masonic hall Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Dick Holman and Dick Ilaskins gave an Indian Club drill at the regular weekly meeting · of the Madison Community center at the school Tuesday evening. Movies were shown by the Y. M. C^ A. . . Robert Reese of the state hijrh- way patrol was scheduled on" the program to. talk before the Mason City Hi-Y club Wednesday evening. ' . ' . Selected fcy (lie Mason City Aliepa lodge as its representative, Tony Garufis, is on his way to the Atlantic seaboard to join with hundreds of other members of the organization in an excursion to Greece. The trip is expected to take slightly over a month. Safety Programs Are Presented in Schools The safety .program of the Mason City Safety Council and the public schools was presented in.the Grant, Wilson,: St. Joseph's and Garfield schools Tuesday and McKinley and Harding schools Wednesday. The program will be given at Jefferson at 9:15 Thursday and to Central at the Y. M. C. A. at 1:15 Thursday. John Hrubetz o) the local police department gave a short safety talk at each of the meetings. M'ARTHUR BACK FROM EXTENSIVE TERRITORY TRIP eed of Construction and Repair General, Says Mason Cityan. While quietly awaiting the out- ome of the supreme court issue, ederal farm administrative offi- ers are laying the groundwork for permanent agricultural program n the corn belt, according to Wilam McArthur of the corn loan ivision for several north central :ates. Mr. McArlhur returned Tuesday fte'rnoon from an extended tout 1 f Minnesota, South' Dakota and arts of Iowa, where he conducted survey of capacity and condition f granaries and corn cribs in reparation for setting up Secre- ary Henry Wallace's ever normal granary. The average 160 acre farm in owa should have storage capacity or some 3,000 bushels of corn and rom 2,500 to 3,000 bushels of mall grain, Mr. McArthur stated, ri general, he said, sufficient torage capacity for the Wallace jrogram was either lacking or in need -of repair. A general contraction and repair program will lave to take place to put the plan nto operation, he pointed out. The;survey was made by taking typical six mile stretch of road- vay in the county, selected by the conservation chairman and getting he data from this as to acreage, ype of farming, storage facilities and other information, Mr. McAr- hur staled. "I never realized so much in vhat an excellent farming district ve live until I came in contact vith conditions in South Dakota," ic said. Mrs, Emma E. Norman ; Rites to Be Thursday . F u n e r a l services for Mrs. Emma Elizabeth Norman, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Viole Wood, in Bath township Tuesday will be:held at the Patterson funeral home at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, with the Hev. William Galbreth, pastor of the Olivet M E. church, in charge. Burial wil be at Elmwood cemetery. The body is at the Patterson funeral home Federated Farmers Postponing Dinne: A dinner meeting of the Federated Farmers of Cerro Gordo county, which was to have been held Wednesday evening, has been postponed because of weathei conditions to Wednesday, March 31, it was announced at the Farm Bureau office. The dinner will b( held at 6:30 o'clock at the Olive M. E. church. At the Hospitals Harry Albers, Woden, was ad mitted to the Park hospital Tues day for treatment. Mrs. Claiv Graham, 1217 Tenth street northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following treatment. Mrs. T. R. Blank, Hayfield, wa dismissed from the Park hospita Tuesday following treatment. A F A R M E R B O Y QNEof.thebcst known medical men in the United States was Dr. R. V. Pierce of Buffalo, New York who was born on a farm in Pa. He noted daily in his -- medical c a r e e r that many of his prescription* prepared from roots, barks, and herbs, such as his "Favorite Prescription," produced astonishing results. · He earl/ founded a Clinic and Hospital in Buffalo, N. Y. Advice by teller is free. For young girl! growing into womanhood for women in middle life going Ihrouah the ' change,"-or those who suffer from backache, headache, nervousness and discomforts associated with functional disturbances, Dr ^ierce'f Favorite Prescription is^jiKt the vese- Uble tonic needed. It Ftiimilatrs the appetite ^hw lilt, labs. SOcI, liquid 41.00 and $1.35 SURVEY OF GRAIN STORAGE CAPACITY UNDER GIVES REPORT ON GOAL CASE Outlook Favorable, Druni- mond Says in Letters to Commercial Clubs. "Based on fhe nature of the rfdence adduced and the exam- ners reaction thereto I believe int the commission will decide to ive Northeastern Iowa a measure f relief from present rates which ave been shown to be from 20 ents to 25 cents a ton too high," . J. Drummond, manager of the /Tason City Chamber o£ Com- lei-ce traffic department, "wrote o officers of other commercial rganizations which he repre- ented jointly with Mason City ;t a recent hearing before an ex- iminer o£ the interstate commerce commission at Chicago last week. The case involved rates on coal rom Illinois to Iowa. Briefs and arguments in the case must be filed on May 15 and reply briefs on June 1 with oral argument before the commission in Washington early in June. "Some very convincing evidence was submitted on behalf of the consumers in northeastern Iowa and I feel sure the commission will be impressed with the showing made," he added. "The examiner made some very pertinen inquiries in connection with my evidence on behalf o£ your communities which leads me to believe that he will make some recommendation favorable to ui in his report to the commission. "The case will, in all probability, not be disposed of until midsummer." Participating with the Mason City Chamber of Commerce in the case were the Chambers of Commerce and commercial clubs o Charles City, Decorah, Eldora Iowa Falls and Osage. GIVE HISTORY OF ENGRAVING ^atton and Waughtal Outline Processes on KGLO Radio Forum. Attributing the ever increasing opularity of pictures to the fact hat they speak a universal Ian- Mage, two of Mason City's photo- ngraving authorities outlined in irief the story of photo-engraving _irocesses on the North Iowa Forum over KGLO Tuesday evening. The narrators were Allen Paton and Kenneth Waughtal, pro- irietors bj the Kayenay Engraving ompany. Their outline was pre- ented in a question and answer orm. Chinese Used Wood Cuts. Developing of the engraving process, it was explained, resulted because of the desire of artists o have their designs multiplied. The Chinese were credited with eing the first to produce a pic- ure printed on paper. These were )rinted from wood cuts and date Jack as far as 600 A. D., it w»s Jointed out. Printing plates, a forerunner of he engraving process used today, dates back to about 1500 A. D., it vas noted, when the Europeans made reproductions known as tchings. Engraving Started in 1866. Engraving of photographs was ntroduced into the United States bout 1866, although the modern alftone process, as used by news- apers today, wasn't perfected un- il a long time later, they said. Pointing to the fact that natural olors has made rapid strides in le field of photography in the ast few years, the two engraving fpei'ts predicted that some day ur newspapers will carry their ictures in color. Three Persons Fined in Police Court Here Clifford Watson, Mason City was fined $25 and costs Wednesday by Police Judge Morris Lairc on a charge of intoxication. Watson was arrested by police a Fourth street and Jackson avenui southwest, Tuesday afternoon. Faye W. Morphew, Clear Lake was fined $25 and costs on a charge of disorderly conducl Morphew was arrested at Nine teenth street and South Federa avenue about 7 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Nels Nelson, Hampton, forfeit ed a $10 bond posted when ar rested in the 200 block on South Federal avenue. Finney Green Mason City, was fined $25 anc costs on a charge of intoxication late Tuesday. Decorah Fanner's Rites Will Be Held Saturda; DECORAH -- Funeral service for Berge J. Sande, 6G, fanner o Pleasant township, who died a the Decorah hospital Monday will be held Saturday in the Bit Canoe church, with the Rev. T. C Tola officiating. Burial will b made in the Big Canoe cemetery Mr. Sande was born in Norway in 187:1. He was educated in Norway and came to the United States i 1893. He located on a term i Pleasant township, where 'he ve mained during his lifetime. On sitcr, Mrs. Hcnrich Fadness of De corah, survives. ieorge Frost to Head Iowa State Alumni in Cerro Gordo County George Frost was elected presi- ent of the Iowa State Alumni ssociation of Cerro Cordo coun- y at the annual banquet at the ·lotel Hanford. C. F. Garland was lecfed secretary and treasurer, he retiring president was J. H. erkins and the retiring secre- ary and treasurer Miss Dorothy agenhart. Mythology of Nations jiven at M e e t i n g of -osmopblitan Members The mythology of nations was iscussed at the meeting of the Cosmopolitan club at the Y. M. C. ".. Tuesday evening. The story of St. Patrick's- lite vas presented by Paul Von Baron. Armondo Arroyo spoke on Mexico's national h e r o , Marcelino Jaures, ~who was govex'nor of his state,; then chief justice o£ the su- jreme court and later president o VIexico. ' Miss Sarah Schuler, Switzerland representative .in the club, told thi story of William Tell. H. J. Ashenfelter told the stor; of the German saga, "Siegfriend.' S. L. Rugland, junior collegi dean, spoke on Norway's mythol ogy. Prof. John Barnes Rites to Be Held Thursday Afternoon Funeral services for Prof. John Barnes, formerly of Farkville, Mo will be held at the Patterson fu neral home Thursday afternoon a 3:30 o'clock, with the Rev. W. L Dibble in charge. Prof. Barnes die at Paisley, Ontario, Canada, Sat urday following an illness of abou a year. The body arrived in Mason City Wednesday morning. Mr. Barne is survived by a son, John, Park ville, Mo., and a cousin, Mrs. L. W Patterson, 322 Washington avenu northwest. He was preceded in death by his wife. Burial will fa at Elmwood cemetery beside th grave of his wife. Boy Scout Troop No. 1 1 Is Reorganized Her Troop 11, sponsored by the Me Kinley school P. T. A., was for mally installed as a Scout troo] in the Mason City district of th North Iowa council at the rcgula meeting of the McKinley schoo Tuesday night. Scouts ixcm Troop 21 of th Congregational church, under th direction of Les Erickson, scoul master, and Richard Barker, as sistant, conducted the ceremony W. H. Evickson, commissioner fo district 1, presided at the meeting The troop committee of the re organized troop is composed o Carl Neiderrnan, chairman, L. i Anling and Don C. Bellows. C. A Andrews is the new scoutmaste and Darrell Jay, the assistant. Leave for Colorado. COULTER--Mr; and Mrs, An drew Christiansen and t h e ! daughter, Miss Christine Chris tiansen, concluded a week's vis with Mrs. Christiansen's brothe P. H. Norgaard and family, an left for their home in Rogger Colo., Tuesday. INTERNATIONAL ROCK DEALERS ATTENDBANQUET 'alks Given by M. C. Lawson,: Dr. Long, Senneff, Walker and Loomis. M. C. "Cap" Lawson, manager t the Mason City branch of the nternatipnal Harvester company, osed his day's entertainment of 50 truck dealers from North Iowa nd southern Minnesota Tuesday vening with a - banquet in the ^edgewood room of the Hotel anford. At this dinner the story ol the ornpany's a l m o s t phenomenal ales expansion the last year was nfolded and new high goals cited or the coming season. The dealers were welcomed by Villis G. C. Bagley, president of IB Chamber of Commerce, who ointed out that it was Cyrus Mc- ormtck, inventor of the first me- hanieal reaper and founder of the nternational Harvester company, ho first 'lifted the burden of toil ·om the farmers. A Mason City Concern. "And yet," lie added, "it is a far ry from that reaper to the mod- rn type of machinery produced y the company today such as the ew trucks on display here. "The International Harvester ompany is an international or- anization and yet we think of it s a Mason City concern. The lo- al branch has 102 employes. What ,yrus McCormick started in 1831 oil, men are still carrying on." Dr. W. E. Long, company phy- tcian, reminisced about the days 'hen the company branch was rst established here with Bill [eath as manager. John A. Senneff, company legal epresentative, pointed out thai ic company's fapid expansion vas the fruit of "excellent man- gement and loyalty on the part f employes and dealers such as is isplayed here." R. A. Walker, motor truck sales anager, stated the new trucks /ere starting from the factory and /ould be delivered in a short me. "Cap" Lawson Tallts. The story of the increase in In- irnational truck sales the last ear was graphically shown by ~.r. Lawson, who acted as toast- aster at the meeting. In 1935 In- rr.ational t r u c k registrations ere 10 per cent o£ the total in lis teritory, he said. In 1936 the ercentage was raised to 18 per ent and thus far in 1937 it has veraged 25.2 per cent, he added. Le« P. Loomis, publisher of the lobe-Gazette, commented on the apid increase in the sales of In- ernational trucks and other ma- linery, including cream separa- ors, in which" field the loca: ranch is already over its quota or 1937. ' He pointed out the advantage b: mass salesmanship" such as pro- /ided by newspaper and radio ad- /ertising to continue this "forwarc conquering march" in the-demanc or the company's products. "The time and the opportunity s here to make up the slack Urn we had for several years," he de dared. Services Held for H. V. Hqckenberry; Burial at Elmwoo Funeral services for H. Ver Hockenberry, 47, who died at local hospital Friday afternob following a brief illness, were hel at the First M. E. church Tuesda afternoon, with the Rev. C. Flynn, pastor of the church, i charge of services. A trio, Mrs. Donald Wells, Mrs. C E. Gilman and Mrs. A. C. Hagei man, sang "The City o£ God" an "Where Jesus Lives," with Mn Bertha Patchen at the organ. Pallbearers were Jake Malic Fred Grant, Henry 'Miller, Ro Findlay, and Russell and Harlan Girton. Burial was at Elmwoor cemetery. Attending the services were E. W. Davis o£ the Mulkey Salt company, Des Moines;- J. W. Powley of Armour and company, Chicago; H. K. Kansen of Armour and company, South St. Paul, and E. A. Knutson of Northrup, King and company, Minneapolis. FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Dally Lenten, Devotional Prepared by . Dr. AVillard L. Sjierry for the Federal Council of Churches of Clirlst tu America, Fifth Week--"Kidrcd Christian Virtues." THE DAY OF CONTROVERSY "Wednesday" in Holy week, March 4. "He is not the God of the ead, but the God of the living." iead Mark 12:13-34. Wednesday in Holy week is ommonly called "the day of controversies," Jesus is in public, subject to attack, like a swordsman with his back to the wall parrying w i t h consummate ease the thrusts made at him. Given the story of this day we n e e d never Eeel that he was a.stranger to the skills of the mind. The first two questions put to him concern the Dr. Sperry. p r o b l e m ol ihurch and stale, and the relation if the sexes. These matters are till at the forefront of the modern mind. It is strange how stubborn hey are. - · Some readers of the Bible try o find in Jesus' words on these ubjects positive and explicit" instructions. This is a doubtful read- ng of the record. The questions mt to him were "catch questions." They were not asked honestly arid did not wish an honest answer. Therefore Jesus refused to answer hem. He merely responded in kind vith similar questions of his own. We are not under bonds to misrepresent our religion by attempt- ng to give sincere answers to the dishonest questions the world puts o us. We are entitled to keep our faith clear of mere cleverness. In particular an unworldly religion cannot give shrewd 'advice to per- :ons interested only in worldly af- 'airs. 'rayer: Almighty God, the God f the living and not of the deac£ :ave us from idle curiosity and rom the vanities of self-display. Ceep our minds and hearts within he areas of thy concern and grant us a high and holy indifference o that which is not thy concern: hrough Christ our Lord. Amen. arinnell Reunions to Be Held With Glee Club Monday Night The Grinnell. college men's glee club will be heard in a concert here in the First Congregational church on Monday evening, March 29. Professor Peck o£ the department of- music is the instructoi accompanying the club. Numbers will include light and heavy pieces showing the musical range of the singers and will provide a well-balanced program of en tertainment and interpretation The Pilgrim Fellowship of the First Congregational church i sponsoring the appearance o£ th club and all proceeds from th concert above expenses of the oc casion will be used to send dele gates to the Grinnell conferenc and Clear Lake summer camps This trip by the glee club will b the occasion of Grinnell reunion for all Grinnellians living in th vicinity of Mason City. Belmond School Board May Hire Extra Teache BELMOND--The board oC th Belmond public schools met Mon day evening at the schoolhouse. I was decided to tender the con tracts for 1S37-38 to the teachini staff now employed, these to b accepted or rejected before Apri 6. The .board.also considered em ploying an extra teacher in th primary grades for next year. And now they're saying George Washington did not write the farewell address; Shakespeare, perhaps, but more likely that sly, furtive, tricky Francis Bacon.-St. Louis Post-Dispatch. JMCTURE FRAMING JUBRIEK PAINTS i IWholesale-RetailftZ DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING VALUES Perfect Blue Whife Quarter Carat Diamond with Four Smaller Diamonds in Mounting, $49.50. M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. Foresters Bldg. DR. J. G. CRAVEN .'.-.-.. DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK I* FIRST I CEDAR RAPIDS STREET S.E. D E S M O I M E S MASON" CITY I SIOUX CITY Starter Generator and IGNITION SERVICE CENTRAL- AUTO ELECTRIC CO. ·i~. First SI. S. W. CHURCHES UNITE N GOOD FRIDAY ASSIGN SERVICE /linisterial Association Is Sponsoring Event at Baptist Church. Good Friday services sponsored y the Ministerial association will e held at the First Baptist church t noon until 3:30 p. m. Friday. The services consist of seven alt hour periods led by selected linisters of Mason City. The leme of the services is the seven st words of Jesus while on the ·oss. Each minister will be as- sted by a soloist or vocal group, [rs. J. E. Hynds arranged" the rogram .of music for each of the even services. The committee -om the ministerial association iii harge of arranging the services made up o£ D. L. Kratz, B. T. rholm and R. L. Peyton. Following are the speakers and usicians that will conduct each £ the seven services: In Seven Divisions. Period one -- Hymn, "When I survey the Wondrous Cross;" solo, Were You There," Manney, Mrs. aymond Weston; Mrs. Morris raird, organist; meditation, "The Vbrd of Intercession," the Rev. A. S. Carlson. Period two -- Hymn, "Beneath he Cross of Jesus;" solo, "Fathei "·orgive Them," Dubois, Edwin Helbling; Mrs. Roy Servison, organist; meditation, "The Word of ""ai-don," the Rev. P. E. Freligh. Period three--Hymn, "Love Di- ine:" solo, "Above the Hills," Londonderry Air, Mrs. F. M, lumphrey; Mrs. Bertha Patchen, irganist; meditation, "The Word of Tuman Care," Dr. C. E. Flynn. Period four--Hymn, "O Sacrer Tead Now Wounded;" solo, "The loly City," J. J. Fitzgerald; Mrs Bertha Patchen, organist; medita- ion, "The Word of Loneliness,' he Rev. Bayinon Ferguson. Period five--Hymn. "My Faith ^oks Up to Thee:"'Minster trio 'Into the Woods," Tutkin, Mrs Don Wells, Mrs. A. C. Hagerman and Mrs. C. E. Gilman with Mrs I. L. Peyton as organist; medita- ion, "The Word o£ Human Need/ he Rev. B. T. Erholm. Period six -- Hymn, "In the Cross of Christ I Glory:" high chool g r o u p , "The Legend,' Tschaikowsky. Ruth Dougall, Grethen Weber. Veda Kimrey, Helen Stoecker, D i c k Ufford, Clai'k Sweetser: Mrs. R. L. Peyton, organist; meditation, "The Word of Victory," the Rev. R. L. Peyton. Period seven--Hymn, "There Is Green Hill Far Away;" solo Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled,' Speaks, Mrs. J. E. Hynds; Mrs. Roy Servison, organist; meditation, he Word of Trust," the Rev. lavence Parker. Candlelight Service at Church of Christ on Thursday Night Services Wednesday night at the Church . of Christ was scheduled n the junior room approached hrough the south entrance of the church building. Thursday evening communion services will be held n the church auditorium. The communion service will'be- gin with a period of soft music played on the church organ by Vliss Miriam Marston. The selections played are taken from the great hymns that relate to the sufferings and death of Jesus. A candlelight procession of junior age; ;hildren and young people will! 'ollow. Robert Ditzler is in charge of the junior group and Harry Russell is in.charge o£ the young people.. Following the candlebearers will be the choir and church o£- f ficials. i Elders assisting in the sex-vice nclude S. L. Haynes and H. Q. Moore who will read the Scripture selections, and C. W. Hicks and Ivan Barnes who will offer the dedicatory prayers. Seven deacons will distribute the emblems. A short communion message will be jiven by the pastor, the Rev. D. L. Kratz. Although this communion service is a special service of the Chruch of Christ, it is open to all who wish to attend and participate. Services are held each evening o£ the Passion Week at 7:30. IT'S NOW CARTER'S LUNCH C. A. Carter lias bought and is now operating the Lunch Room AT 11 THIRD STREET N. E. Formerly Known as Cook's Lunch. * SERVING GOOD H o m e Cooked Meals, Lunches, Sandwiches and sells Candies, Ice Cream, Cigars, etc. " YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED! D I A M O N D BEOS. THURSDAY SPECIALS HAM and VEAL PATTIES, lb 19c PORK CUTLETS . 21 c PURE CANE SUGAR 10 lb. package -. 53c SODA - CRACKERS ol b ' ..... . ....... 15c OUR BEST" BROOMS at each. 49c IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES per peck., N O T I C E ! EAST SIDE BJLLS WERE DUE MARCH 1st gk All properties with unpaid bills are subject to ^ having service shut off without further notice after March 25th. Mason City Water Department EMPLOYERS WILL BE GIVEN HELP Employment Office to Assist . in .Filling Out Job Insurance Blanks. Frank R. Ball, manager, of the Iowa state employment, office, Mason City, serving Cerro Gordo c o u n t y , Wednesday announced that ah arrangement has been made between the state unem^- ployment compensation , division and the state employment service · whereby employment o f f i c e ' s throughout the'state will be.avail- able as information, centers to employers o£ eight or'riibre em- ployes on how to fill put employ^ , ers' summary contribution reports, which are required from "such erii.- ployers by the . unemployment compensation commission. The final date for return of the reports for first .quarter :.of 1937 is April 20, 1937. Forms ; for .this contribution report will te avail-* able within a "week." '~ '"." . · , y According from advice 'received from Frank Wenig, state ; 'employ;- ment director, the unemployment compensation division desires that employment offices shall serve "as the primary source of supply for report forms and information about how to fill out such forms as may be desired by employers, tax accountants, and others. H. H. Belanski Dies at Iowa City; Rites to Be Held Thursday Word was received here Wednesday of the death of H. H. Be; lanski, formerly of Mason City, at Iowa City Tuesday. He had been a resident of Iowa City for the past five years. While in Mason City he was employed at the Jacob E. Decker and Sons packing plant. Funeral services will be held at the Christian church at Nora Springs at 2 o'clock Thursday aft- ernoon. Burial will be at Rock Grove cemetery. - : 'Mr. Belanski was a member. o£ the Masons and Odd Fellow's. He was preceded in death by his wife and son. . . ,,- ··· ····; Try this wonderful relief. 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