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Friday, April 3, 1936
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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ER ALD, . ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE Making Light of Darkness LA TE, COMPLETE XEWSOFXEAIWY SEiGiworjioons R( HESi v F v 1 Church of the Brethren' Salem Road and Pine St. ' . J. D. Miller. Pastor 9:45 a. m., Earle Horning, superintendent; Mary Magers, platform superintendent. Classes for every Mr. and Mrs. Roe Phillips made hall. ' They ipent the night with a business trip to Stuyton last Sat- relatives returning home Sunday, urday. They visited at the home of , Mr, and Mrs. John Whitaker Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Thomas be- spent Sunday with Mr. Whitaker's fore returning home. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs,-. Mabel Bowman of Nes- Ashton near Albany. This was a kowin was a weekend visitor at family gathering in honor of Mr. the home of her father. and Mrs. Ashton's 55th wedding John Roner accompanied Ed anniveifary. Patnn to Portland on Monday on a Mrs. K. E. Harrison Is nursing business trip. in the Lake Creek neighborhood. James Trollingrr made a busi-l Guv Burson returned from Sa-ness trip to Woodburn one day last lem Monday where he had been week,-- visiting his sisters. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Quigley made 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ed S. Bowers and a trip to Stayton on Sunday to the little Rose were in Albany on busl-home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fin- ness Tuesday. ' ley where the Lester Quigley fam- j Mr. and Mrs. John O'Keefe and ily are recovering from injuries re- small son of Portland spent Sat-ceived in a recent auto accident, urday night as guests of Mrs. The 500 card party held at the O'Keefe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. home of the Trollinger Brothers Will Harrison, and of her brother last Saturday was well attended, end sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. High score went to Mrs. C. L. Rex Harrison. Phillip is remaining Donchue and son Ralph. Low here until Mrs. O'Keefe's school Is score went to Mrs. Olive Purdy cut in the spring. She teaches at and son, . Bonneville. ' Miss Vera Carson of Albany! Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Howell spent the weekend at the homa of were called to Portland recently by Mr. and Mrs. James W. Drink-1 ard motored to Corvallis Sunday' where Mr. Drinkard entered the telegraphic Morning Oregonian choot with the Corvallis Gun club. He broke 25 out of ?5. Sunday be-1 fore he broke 25 of 25. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Stalnaker of Albany spent Sunday visiting Mrs.' Stitlnakcr's mother, Mrs. Cleona Patton. . r j Mrs. Elsie Bond of Eugene was ' called here Saturday to care for: her father H. C. Davis, who took! lick Fridav evening. Mr. and Mrs. Adrain Smith went to Oakland, Ore., Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Tuthill. An official board meeting of thej local Church of Christ will be held next Sunday' morning and all mrmbers are asked to be present. The new minister, Rev. Elsworth Coulter, and wife of Eugene will move Into the parsonage at once, having decided not to continue their studies for the spring term.1 At last the local Townsend club Sunday school, 10 a. m. The Bible iay "Study to show thyself approved unto Cod." You are welcome to this study of the Word of Cod. Come.. . , age. Morning worship and communion 11 a. m. Special music. Sermon: "The Hour of Decision." All C. E. societies will meet at 6:30. Slides on "Passion Week in II a. m. ". Morning' worship. Them: "A Soul fnr R1. -Young people's meeting. 7 p. m. Art" wU1 be own in the base-These young people have real live ment- !: , , subjects for discussion. You may I Evening praise and worship, 7:30 take part In these discussions, if p. m. Orchestra directed by Mr. you like. These young people ex Cleffman. Choir and special vocal Maliwv Halsoy. Miss IXiris Jones of the Church of Christ won first place in a Bible verse contest Inst week when the Willamette district held it finals. She will now represent the district in the state meet held later. , Miss Doris Brock was surprised Friday evening by nine of her schoolmates on the 18th anniversary of her birth. Present were Le-Roy Wade, Irene Davis, Carl Williams, lona Bullis, Darlene Richards, Sam Brock, Walter Pelham, Elaine Straley. Earl Wright the honored guest Miss Doris Brock, and Mr. Brock. John Miller of Halsev was honored by his daughter, Mrs. Harold Stevenson, at Hnrrisburg Sunday with a birthday dinner in celebration of his 80th milestone. Mrs. George Laubner entertained twelve members of Purity Past Noble Grand club Friday. - An all day meeting of the Wo man's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will be held Friday beginning at 10:30 a. m. at the homeof Mrs. B. M. Miller near Rowland. The annual thank offering will be taken that day. Each lady is asked to bring a covered dish for the noon luncheon. - Fred McNeil, Clifford Bass, Robert Davidson, Jimmie- Smith and Roscoe Sisk enjoyed the weekend at Salem nttmiHinif iUn nirf..r ner mother and stcpiatncr, wr. the illness of their daughter, Mrs. numbers directed by Linden Lau-ner. Sermon: "The Unpardonable Sin." A hearty welcome is extended to alL Official board meeting Monday at 7:30 in the chruch. Wednesday night at 7:30. study class, and devotional service, of pre-Easter meditation. ; Thursday night at 7:30 choir iena a sincere welcome to you. ; Evening worship, 8 p. m. Theme: "In the Shadow of the Cross." CrawfsnUvIlle Wealeyaa Methodist Church . - -f t). V. Fendall. Pastor Sunday school in charge of Supt. George Mitsch at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 a. m. Rev, Frank Betzer preaching. Commun- and Mrs. A. Shanks. Ftolherta Henderson. Holley Grange met witTi the Calapooia grange at the Ash Swale community hall on Wednesday and Ah Swul Ash Swale. Curtis Poole of Eu put on the degree work for the gene spent last weekend visiting a,apooia grane A ,uck din, ion service will follow the morn- practice, very Important , vuu... "'-. . . . ner was served at noon. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gamble and , M Kent, deputy grange organ-daughter, Irene, and Oscar Barnes ,zrr wn , A Swale Monday. were in Albany Thursday after- The Udies Auxiliary meets with no?n" j t. . , mj iMrs. Rex Harrison, Tuesday April Leo Clendenen, Jr., Son of Mr. - TK ,,,,. , ..,. , ih ing service. I Good Friday services from 12:15 Young people's meeting at 7. I to 1:15 in the M. E. church. This Evening preaching service at 8. i service is for the whole communi-Th young people's society will ty. Pause from your labors and bold its monthly educational meef- worship in this period representing at the Mitsch home Friday eve- ing the darkness while Jesus was nine. Aril 3. . Ion the Cross. The Sunday school is preparing an Easter program for Easter Sun- First Methodist Episcopal Church and Mrs. Leo Clendenen, Sr, has. ; iu ... A DOt luck dinner enlisted in the navy. will be served at noon. Third and Ellsworth Sts. day. Come and worship with us. Mrs. El .a Morgan of the Morgan district spent Sunday at the John Whitaker home. Jack Hutchins, who works in the forest a part of the year, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Hutchins. I Warns of light that wheel acrosa tbs tropical night ty In a dunlin noritierp Htfiia illusion silhouette tbe toweling royal palm of tin Hawaiian Imntds. The smatlng spectacle was created by ntabl niau ., euvers of tue U.8. Army searchlights at Honolulu. Fir Grove Fir Grove Mr. and Mrs, O. H. Frank Carroll and the children spent all day Sunday at the home of Leslie LnForge of Sodaville. Vernon Nash of Sweet Home. Boys' conference as delegates. I The Lake Creek grange is plan-! nine a meetine la he hM at , Thomas D. Yarnes, Minister 9:45 a. m. church school. A good corps of teachers and classes tor all.ageSj, and graded instruction. ll-ar m. Morning worship. Baptism of children and reception of members, and special music. mm ,-., Willamette United Presbyterian ' Church, OaavUle ' r E. J, ClarkMinister 10:30 a. m. Bible school, Mrs. Floyd Lamb, superintendent. 11:30 . a. ; m. Morning worshiD. Anthem; "Hear My Cry O Lord" Mr. and Mrs. L, P. Dawson and Lake Creek school hnnxn nn Ihn' pastor's message. Special music. Tuesday, 7 p. m. and Wednesday,! b:30 p. m. The church welcomes you every has received its charter. It arrived Saturday President A. M. Goltra announces. Complete organization will take place in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Barham, contractor for the new school building, and family spent the weekend at their home in Salem. Harry Cliane and son, Glenn, motored to Troutdalo Sunday to get a supply of smelt now running in the Sandy river. Mrs. Ruby Burt of MnpWon was a business caller in town Tuesday. Rev. Elsworth Coulter and wife were Sundav guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Mishlcr and daughter, Ruth. The Church of Christ will have ils Sunday school Easter program the morning of April 12. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Isom motored to Minerva last Thursday and remained until Sundav visiting their daughter, Mrs. William Mradows, and husband. Cold weather, with the ground white with snow Sunday morning and snow flurries all day Monday, did not keep the grossbeaks from their annual pilgrimage to the valley. They are here chirping gaily and as pretty as ever with their glossy yellowish green coats. Jimmie Hamcr had the measles ovr the weekend. William Vannice, principal of a school near Prineville. accompanied friends to the valley over the weekend and "spent Sunday here visiting his father, J. H. Vannice, and sisters, Roberta and Edna, Mrs. George Starr, was ill over the weekend. Charles Munger's pneumonia turned out to be measles, which made their appearance the last of the week. 6:30 p. m. Epworth leagues, un- inr and senior chaDters. by the choir. Victor Yates, diree daughters, tvelyn and imogene, i who Is home on account of flu, spent Sundav in Lebanon and j has hnd a setback. Sodnville with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Vipond were Little Billv Knuths is recupcr-1 Lebanon visitors Saturday. oting at the Lebanon Iwpital from j Mr,, rj jjt Hjgbee and fam-a severe attack of pneumonia. Hlm y attended a youth's convention, is the four-year-old son of Mr. j m saiem over the week-end. and Mrs. Harold Knuths. His jne crusher has been shut grandmother, Mrs. C, Carlson, it 'down -on account of snow since nursing him. . Wednesday of last week. evening of April 8 when fouri neighboring grnnjjes South Ben-' ton. Charity. Junction City and Diamond Hill granges, will Bssist.i C. F. Hyde, Lane county represen-l tativo to the state legislature, will have a short period on the program and his two daughters, ; tumbling artists, will be an added attraction. ! tor,' gertrfon; "The Triumphant En- 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. A try," t.:!, J stereopticon illustrated lecture, J.'SO p. m. Young people's Chris- "The Passion Play" will be the fea- N Interdenominational Church " Fourth and Ferry Sts. H. H. Hubbell, Pastor Sunday school hour at, 10 a. m. each Sunday morning. W. C. Burk- hart ElinorinfnnHrnl f1nceo tnv tlan Endeavor. Subject, "How Give ture of the evening service. All are Leader, Dale cordially invited to all these ser Ourselves to Christ.' J. Clark. Mrs, J. C. Harrison spent last ( Vernon Nash, a Sweet Home Mrs. Emmett Cook nf the TjiWp Thursday with her daughterBetty high school student, visited at Fir aU ages. - y I The pastor's sermons will bo orr vrecK community entertained sev-, eral of her relatives Sunduy with a I vices. " . '. Passion Week services will be held each evening of the coming week, at 7:30 p. m. An exposition of the events and their significance of the last week of our Saviour's life on earth, will be the Grove school Friday. Lawrence, who works in Albany. Ash Swnlc has two new pupih .. fenteeoatal Assemblr of God 223 East Second St . Alan H. Banks, Pastor Friday, 7:30 p. m. Praise service, Mrs. Banks, will preach. Subject: the Greenwood girls who enter the I the following subjects. 11 a. m., Wasted Prayers"; 7:30 p. m "Built Without Hands." GUARDIAN APPOINTED Probate Judge J. J. Barrett has Dinnaay oinner in rtonor of heri son Mercl's birthday. Those enjoy.' intf the familv rnnninn ufarn Mr fourth and seventh grades. Mr nnri Mr mil ripnHpnen and appointed L. L. Bilyeu as guard- i substance of this week's services, "Jesus.' Young people's society meets at; and Mrs. Wilbur Evans and three Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer service and Bible study. Read Isaiah 40-48. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. .,' Christian Science Society Sunday morning services at 11. Subject of lesson sermon, "Unreality." r Wednesday, 8 p. m. testimonial meetings. Sunday school for pupils up to the age Of 20, 9:45 a. m. The reading room which is in the church building is open Wednesday and Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. All are welcome. Immanuel Lutheran Church R. Heins, Pastor Confirmation exercises will be held Sunday at 11 a. m, . Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. Walther league meets tonight at 8 p. m. . No Saturday . school this weekend. , . There will be no Wednesday Lenten services this week. Instead services will be on Good Friday at 8 p. m. During this service the Lord's Supper will be celebrated. Preparatory services begin at 7:30 d. m. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. SuDt.l On Good Friday. April -10, a children, accompanied by their ion of hi sons, William and Don-neuhrw and niece, Mr. and Mrs. aid. who are beneficiaries of a rival Tucker, drove to the coast j $1000 insurance policy, according Sa'lurdav where they attended alto the petition asking the court dance at tho Tidewater Grange thus to net. v d.ju p. in. miss nuin nammon, pres. All cordially made welcome to all these services. John Nelson is looking for a rec- union service will be held in our ord attendance, you are cordially , church at 12:15-1:15 p. m. at which Invited to attend. . - the speakers will be Rev. Virgil cniiaren of Lake Creeg, Miv and Mrs. Dale Nixon and two children of Eucene. the honored guest and, Mr. and Mrs. Cook. - I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Evans and ( three children spent one day the last of the week on a combined business and pleasure trip in Eu H a. m. worship service. Me- Halbig and rtev. w. k. Augsourger, Prayer meeting on Thursday; Rev. E. C. Hicks, president of the sage, "Behold, Thy King Cometh." Albany Ministerial Association, Special music. 6:30. p. m. Children's sand-table will be the chairman of the meet- hour. "Christ ambassadors." Adult , ing. and various other ministers hour of prayer. I will take part. Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock I The Women's Home Missionary the pastor will begin a series of Society will meet at the home of evening. ... Free Methodist Church Eighth and Sherman Sts. V. M. Abbott, Pastor -Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching service at 11 a. m. Young people's hour at 6:30 p. m. gene. . Miss Doris Brock and Lloyd Yoder of Harrisburg motored to Portland Sunday to spid the day Went Scio West Scio. Mr. and Mrs. Carl messages on "The Cross, and con-. Mrs. Chas. Bear, isa w. om. ai. tinuing through the week. Special on Wednesday, April 8, at 2:30 p. j music at each service. , J m. Mrs. Cogshall will be assistant , The messages for each evening hostess. Mrs. Cowles will lead the are: Sunday evening, "The Christ devotions and Mrs. iripp wm pre' mere visiting, Harry Harding, who has employment there. William Dusenberry is employed this spring at the Martin Cum-mings farm near Lake Creek. Miss. lone Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph' Millet, has been elected to teuch the Brush Creek school above Brownsville of the Crosr': Monday, "The Light sent the program, ALWAYS GOOD COFFEE or the cross";. Tuesday. "The Di-: Evangelistic service at 7:30 p. m. Weekly prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to attend these services. v. First Presbyterian Church M. M. Stocker, Minister . Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes W. Bragg of Woodburn made a: business visit here last week. They were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Inman while here. I Mrs. E. S. McCrae of Albany was a visitor Monday forenoon at the, home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Quig-ley. I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Inman and daughter visited for a few days with relatives . in Portland last : week. I Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Funk were! vision of the Cross : Wednesday, The Power of the Cross"; Thursday,' "The Victim of the Cross"; Friday, "The World and the Church of God Fourth and Lyon Sts. Rev. Irene Buckle, Pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching. 11 a. m. next school year. She graduates from the Oregon State Normal at Cross"; Sunday, 11 a. m., "The for all ages. Adult classes taught i Kf Hr I u I"r Uroon an1- Mn Monmoutn this spring. Mirs. Bessie Quimby has been elected to teach the Lake Creek School next winter. She hn fuitoht Order and the Glory of the Res- In the evening at 7:30 the pastor urrectlon"; 2:30 p. m.t Pastor A. R. will speak on "Sacrifices and Their Dollarhide of Corvallis will speak; Cost." Illustrations will be used. also a pantomime, entitled "The recent Albany visitors. Mrs. J. L. Arnold accompanied Mrs. Clarence Leffler of Scio to Albany where they visited rcla- tiui ami Hid shnnnlnit. j j is i av j m- i wi miu a Geo. Crichton. Mrs. Daniel Freeman, superintendent. - Morning worship at 11. Communion, baptism and reception of members. The choir undcr-direc-tion of Mrs. Roy Worley will sing I'O Lamb of God" (Stainer). Mr. MB M-J-B offers you something rtaByJijfertnt to mike your coffee acmaffy bttttr at ny strength. The "Strength Essential" in constant richness tf Irui afftt flavor which permits even the mildest coffee to be m fulf flavoriJ. We guarantee every can.' rUll fLAVOl AT ANT STRENGTH Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Holteen of Salem accompanied by her sister; . ... a . . - i T", at the Busey school for the past two years. William L. Nicholas, local depot agent, received word a few days ago ol the serious illness of his aged father, William Nicholas, at Elgin, Neb. Little hope of his recovery is held. He is 76 years of age. Mrs. E. Claire Miller went to Yachats Inst Friday to spend this week visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Griffith. sn a nusDana, wr. ana mrs. . nuy Eckelberry of lone. Ore., were callers Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pus- 7:30 p. nu "The Power of the Resurrection." . .'.' . ' . St Peter's Episcopal Church V Sixth and Lyon Sts. j),. Vincent Gray. Vicar Evening service, Sunday, 7:30 p. m. - . ..Wednesday, 11 a."ro Holy Communion. Friday, 2 p. m., Good Friday service. T v Easter Day, Holy Communion 'at 8 a. m. . ,v, . . Church of Christ Broadalbin and Fourth Sts. Only two more Sundays in this Only two more Sunday in this Sinner and the Song" will be given. This will be the first of a series of illustrated sermons given this month. Watch for next week's subject. A welcome is extended to all. Grace Wennonlte Church Fourth and Main Sts W. R. Augsburger, Pastor 10 a. m., Sunday school. Classes for all ages: Dr. J. N. Widmer, acting superintendent. 11 a. m. Morning worship. The pastor will bring a message on the theme, "Bringing Back the King." Music by the church choir. 7 n. in. r!hristinn Endeavor ko. chel. , Evangelical Church , First and Pine Sts. E. C. Hicks, Pastor Sunday, school, 9:45 a. m. Oscar Swander, superintendent. Classes and teachers for all. You are most cordially invited. Preachina by pastor at 11 a. nv Subject. "The Coronation Day." Special by choir. Sunday evening 6:30 junior, intermediate and seniors. Preaching at 7:30. Subject, "The Greatness of Jesus." Special by choir. Mrs. Henry Moulton, pianist. Monday evening, 7:30, church board meeting; 8, Sunday school board. It is requested that all persons who should come will be there. Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. Women's Missionary society. Place will be announced Sunday. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Both the Senior and junior prayer meetings. Howard Stanton will lead seniors and Lester Hnrton the juniors. At close of nrayer and praise both eroups will meet in church for Bible study. Pastor E. C. Hicks, leader. Choir practice at close. - Thursday evening. 7:30 p. m, will be a candle lighting communion service. All are welcome to an v and allot these services. Friday noon union nrayer service at the M. E. church from 1215 to 1:15. Friday evening Young People's business and social services at 7:30. All young people are asked to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Senz were Salem visitors recently I cieties will meet in their respective rampaign. This will be "Bible School Decision Day." Quite a number will be received into the Church, at the Bible school hour; rooms. 8 p. m. Evening worship. "The Cross Viewed From , Earth and James Jenks will sing "The Palms" (Faurej. Organ numbers byjFred JJeal. ; Young people's societies will ,meet at 6:30. . Evening worship at 7:30. The pastor will preach. Special music. The annual congregational and busineess meeting will be held Tuesday evening at 6:30. Covered dish supper, election of officers, reports of all organzations and social hour. All members of the congregation and friends arc cordially invited. Good Friday services at the Methodist church Friday from 12:15 to 1:15 conducted, by the ministers of the city. Mid-week Bible study class meets Wednesday at 6:30, using the Gospel of Mark, PIONEER SERIOUSLY ILL "Aunt" Rebecca Morris of Scio who was 93 last September, a pioneer of 1847, and queen of the Linn County Pioneer association since 1927. is reported seriously ill. She is at the home of her son Ira Morris, in Portland. She is said to be the sole surviror of the original settlers in the San-tiam country. Baptismal service will be conduct ed on Easter Sunday. Bible school Heaven!" will be the theme of the William This' Curious World rguson " " i ' " '" 1 1 1 1- . i ii ii come. Refreshments at close. .v United Presbyterian Church Fifth and Washington Sts. J. B. Patterson, Minister Bible school, 10 a. m. B. H. Pilaris, superintendent. Beginning a new quarter and a new church year. Mornine Worship. 11 a. m. Or 4 r -;.;V ,j' J'l;l .V--, its r x i aw - gan selections by Prof. Justin Mil ran? ler. Choir and anthem. "U waise LOS ANGELES Our Lord." (from the Palms by J. Faure). Sermon. "Triumph, Rejection, Victory," a Palm Sunday message. Young people's societies, 6:30 WE NEVER. , SEE THE . SUN WHERE IT IS, BUT WHERE IT WAS, AGO IT TAKES EIGHT MINUTES FDR ITS UGHT TO REACH THE EARTH. Mill K?.' '''ya, ill ill p. m. including juniors, interme Hi '- if (Ql o (t ft" rf ' It' tSFJ 1HN W r I diates and advanced groups. Evening service, 7:45 p. m. Young people's choir and anthem. Passion week sermon, "And Their Voices Prevailed." Mid-week service for prayer and Bible study on "The Seven Words from the Cross." Choir rehearsals fcQ 1 ROOMS MBATMI : '1 fed 1 4 m ENGLANO. at rishops palace, mere, wells, 'there is a ; GROUP OP , . SWANS WHICH ! RING A BELL POR. SERVICE " WHENEVER. THEV WANT . FOOD. t lM Y MA Mil VK. MC. Roux Shampoo Tint Gives Graying Hair IN convenient Oocommodtticnt Ok Finest a lustrous, Grfl Tsvern Coffee Shop Easy chcia sleeptapiring btdt lorje fooms with luwrious fittings ANCIENT : GGVPT. DOCTORS NOT ONLV WERE EXPECTED TO CURE THEIR. PATIENTS, BUT ALSO TO RID THEIR. HOMES V Look" that all V. Admire Unsurpassed service ord haury weyous atwnozing!ylco 7f0T HOTEL $0-50 T OF SNAKED New An Oil Permanent - tiffin itiur ji'V !'; WALKER'S Barber and Beauty Shop Shoe shining la Connection 115 Lyon Bt rtons C79K A PERSON looking la the direction of the sua sees light that left that body eight minutes ago. and sine tbat time, th sua hu ad-vsm4 MMdilr along Its path In lh ikjr. Although light travels at tha eaarmotis rata or 1K.0OO milipr second. U mast be remenv tor4 that the kn4 of our solar system Is shout million miles awty. P.G.B.M0RRISg C

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