The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 20,1937 FENTON WOMAN'S CLUB HOST TO 43 MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS Program Follows Dinner At Gathering Held Saturday Fenton: The Fenton Woman's club" entertained at a Mothers and Daughters one o'clock luncheon on Saturday in the M. E. church parlors as their annual guest day meet- Ing with 43 present. The luncheon was served in three courses and the guests were seated at card tables. The following program was given: piano solo, "Old Irish Melody." by Betty Jean Schwartz; vocal selections by Helena and Rachael Weisbrod, accompanied at the piano by their mother, Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod. A one act play entitled, "Right About Faces" was presented by club members Including Mesdames H. C. Lindsey, E. K. Johnson, Ernest Votteler, E. W. Ruske, W. V. Laage, Ernest Weisbrod, and Alfred Meyers. The play was under the direction of Mr? H. C. Lindsey and Mrs. George Boettch- «r. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mrs. C. H. Geronsln and Mrs. W. V. Laage. The next meet- Ing will be a club picnic which will close the year's program. Dinner for Daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mueller entertained at a family dinner Sunday In honor of her daughter Olivia's confirmation, also her 14th birth day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs red Bierstedt of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Art Gade of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt of Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mueller, Mr. ari"d Mrs. H. C. Jensen and son, Chris, and Maynard Mueller, all of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Aired Bierstedt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Shoemaker and the Arnold Klatt family of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Klatt of Emmetsburg. Parents of Son Mr. and Mrs. Art Bamsey are parents of a nine pound son born Sunday at the General hospital, Al- ?ona. Mrs. Bamsey Is the former Florence Gremmels. To Build Corn Crib H. S. Troutman has a contract to build a $3,000 corn crib for Milton Madison, also a store building 24 by 70 at Sioux Rapids and a corn crib and barn in Lotts Creek township. Ray Prlebes Parents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Prlebe became parents of a 7Vi pound son Donald James on Saturday, May 14. This is their first child. Mis Marie Bakke, R. N., of Emmets burg, and Grandma, Mrs. Car Prtebe, are caring for mother and baby. John Newel was critically ill fo a time Sunday, but Is Improved a this writing. Mrs. F. H. Bohn spent Saturda; with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nicl Goeders, near Cylinder. Fair-field school district No. 1, 15 New Readers In U.D.M. Family New Subscribers Robert Ward, Algona, rt. 2. Mrs. Minnie Heetland, Lakota. H. O. Buell, Burt. R. B. Colllnson, Elmore. E. H. Pittman, Algona. Rosella Volght, Algona. G. W. Bleich, Burt. Mrs. Catherine Vaughn. Algona. Mrs. Katherine Mollinger, OHie, towa. H. E. Jensen, Swea City. Mrs. H. M. Bockes, Algona. Arthur Gade, Rt 1, Algona. Donald Erickson, Rt. 1, Algona. Eugene Cink, Rt. 1, Algona. Harold C. Hunt, Rt. 1, Algona. Renewals G. R. Cook, Algona. Carrol A. Wander, Algona. C. B. Murtagh, Algona. Geo. L. Miller, Algona. Mrs. James Chapin, Algona. Mrs.'F. H. Shackelford, Algona. Lawrence Winkel, Algona. Botsford Lumber Co.. Algona. Roy Brownell, Algcna. L. F. Rice, Algorm Algona Hotel, Algona. Eve Presnell, Algona. Ray Iron?, Ainet,, Iowa. John Presuschl, St. Benedict. E. Ostrum, Whittemore. R. F. Zumach. Watertown, Wis. John H. Fraser, Rt. 1, Algona. Marie E. Moulton, Pana, 111. Sam Mogler, Algona, Rt. 1. H. H. Dearchs, Algona. Loren J. Brown, Rt. 1, Algona. L. A. Vlpond, Rt. 1, Algona. Chas. A. Carlson, Rt. 1, Algona. Geo. Hackman, Rt 1, Algona. Joe Arndorfer, Rt 1, Algona. H. R. Clayton, Rt. 1, Algona. Louis Fuhrman, Rt. 1, Algona. Carl Brown, Rt 1, Algona. P. H. Hargreaves, Rt 1, Algona. WHITTEMORE CALF CLUB MEMBERS AT AMES FOR VEISHA Seniors Also Take In the Annual Spring College Festival Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, John Uhlenhake and Chas. Borman accompanied the members of the Whittemore Calf Club to Ames, Friday, where they attended the annual Vesha celebration held on the Iowa State College campus. All departments of the college were open for inspection and demonstrations were given by the students. The group from Whittemore were especially Interested in the dairy herds and exhibits in the dairy industry building. The members of the Whfttemore calf club who were at Ames, Friday, were Vernon and Richarc Borman, Gail and Melvin Rochleau Calvin Vaudt, Robert Gengler, Raymond Koilasch, Eugene and George Mueller. Prof. Frank Rochford took the senior class of the Whittemore public school to Ames the same day. The members of the senior class consist of three boys and three girls: Melvin Lauck, Harold Voigt, Maynard Roeber, Verda Meyer, Lita Potratz and Leona Naas. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Higley nre the parents of n girl, weight 9 Ibs.. aorn last week Thursday. Roland Kelly and Cecelia McDonald of Milford visited at the J. M. Fleming home Sunday. Mrs. Harry Crawford of Kansas City spent several days last week in the Jim Crawford home. Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and family visited at the Chas. Schultz home near Elmore, ounday. Mrs. Bert Shellmyer and son. Richard and Mrs. Lawrence Laidley were In Mason City Thursday. Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and her daughter, Catherine were visiting in Algona one day last week. Rosella Neu of Emmetsburp. spent the wek end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ncu. Mr. and Mrs. John Steil from Emmetsburg spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brennen and son. Pat, of Emmetsburg spent Sunday at the Will Kelly home. Nick Geelan and son. Raymond, hL r'?? Spent Sundav nt the homes of Henry and James Gcelan M n », M cf s - W< T ' OIiver "nd Nettie Sammin were visiting relatives Saturday in Emmetsburg Mrs. Clayton Crook of Emmets- home 14 Receive First Holy Communion At St. Benedict St. Benedict: A rlnss nf M received their first Holy Communion nt the St. Benedict churth. Sunday. May Ifi. The following nre the members of the class: Phillip Eischen. Melvin Arndorfer. Omer Kunkcl. Faher Hood. Fnt- ricin Llchteig. Donna Mae Studer. Ramona Mayer. Dolores Lallier. Sylvia Marie Ferstl. Marjorie Ann Arndorfer. Rosalie Trunnelle. Mary Lou Hauptmann. Margaret Heinen. Shirley Mae Capesius. The two little flower girls who lead the communicants to the altar were Joan Hchtelg and Arlene Arndorfer. The flower girls carried large bouquets of pink and white snapdragons. of Mr S *.?' the ome M "' °" H ' Rou P e Iast week Art Jersey Milk Cow Sale Clarion Sale Pavilion Monday, May 24,1:30 P. M. 12 FRESH COWS WITH CALVES AT SD3E 12 8 HEAVY SPRINGERS 8 These cows are from Missouri T. B. and abortion tested of recent date. All choice and sound. Ages from 2 to 6 years. McCOMAS Bros. 20* taught by Sidonla Bierstedt, closed Monday with a picnic. Mr. and Mrs William Reimers of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests of the E. C. Welsbrods. Mrs. Leo Jaskulke spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Walter Faulstich near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and son, Billie, visited the Leonard Madden family near Haifa Sunday. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann, were Sunday evening dinner guests at the E. K. Johnsons. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Ella Tyke Theatre TTTONKA, IOWA Friday-Saturday, May 21-22 "CHEBOKEE STRIP" Starring Dick Foran and Jane Bryan and David Carlyle Selected Short Subjects Added Sunday and Monday, May 23 and 24th Sunday Matinees 1:30 and 3:30 Robt Taylor magnificent as Gentleman of Paris Greta Garbo, tempestuous as the Lady of the Camellias "CAMELLE" Also A News Reel Added "WOMEN OP GLAMOUR" With Virginia Bruce and Melvin Douglas Wednesday-Thursday, May 26 and 27 Dreyer attended a 4-H club training school in Bancroft last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod and Anna Rae and Marilyn were entertained at the Art Rave home in Ringsted Sunday. Hildegarde Kabelltz came home Sunday morning to visit her parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz until Thursday. Hildegarde is employed in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Henry TJaden of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burt and family and, Mrs. George Stewart of Armstrong were Sunday dinner gueita ot Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Laag*. ' Mrs. Carrie Haase, son Gail and daughter, Pearl, returned Sunday evening from Glendale, California, where they spent the winter. En- route home they visited relatives in San Francisco. Irene Krause accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Newel to Ames last Friday and from there took a bus to Des Moines, where she visited Hazel Weisbrod and Gladys Stocb- er until Sunday. Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and son, Billie returned last week Friday from the Mayo hospital where Billie underwent two operations to remove an abcess from his windpipe. He is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bailey and family of Marshall, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the Ftank Bailey home. They also visited the Arnold Krauses here and with Whittemore relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schweppe and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rwihl of St. James, Minn., visited the Art Schweppe family Sunday. They are the parents of Mr. and Mrs Art. Schweppe, formerly of Titonka. Clyde Brooks of Iowa Falls came Sunday for a visit at the John Light home. Mrs. Brooks and her children, who spent a week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Birthday Surprise The Immediate relatives of Mrs. Theresa Koilasch gathered at her home Sunday to surprise John and Francis Koilasch, whose birthdays were Saturday and Sunday. All came with well filled baskets. Among those who were present were: Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Koilasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koi- lasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Koilasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koilasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Koilasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Koilasch and son, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Elbert and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Marte and family, Mr. and Mrs Henry G. Kaschmitter and family of Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rochford and family, Mr. and Mrs Clark Meade and son of Mason City. nho ' Dorothy Sebers and son, on Mr. and Mrs. Harve Higley of Mason City were visiting ln Joslne and Lo uise Martin, Em- Mr ±f ™ SUe< L at the hom " of Sunday "' Martln Duff * Jr " Mrs ' Leo Waldschmldt and Tola Barber, beauty operator In " "" Elmo Mp ' Mrs ' Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Art Heldenwlth and son, Ellsworth and Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralpli, were Sunday dinner guests at (he Charles Geilenfeld home in honor of their son's confirmation. Other guests at the Geilenfelds were Mrs. Martha Cell enfeld and family and Mr. and Mrs Verne Gross and sons. Bill and Bob of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Art Cell-! enfeld and family of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs August Schneider of Armstrong and Erick Seegebarth of Lotts Creek and Alma Boettcher of Burt, and their daughter, Alice of Forest City. '• B* Whittemore independent baseball team played Its first game of the season Sunday at Fenton and were defeated by a score of 10 to 6. But that is no Indication that they will not play better ball after they get their lineup and some of their old players back on the team. Jim Hogan has been elected manager of the team this summer and should make a good one. The local team will play Mallard there next Sunday and will play Fenton on the local diamond May 30th, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gmelin m of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffv Jr ere in Emmetsburg Sunday visit were Memorial .Services The Whittemore community club held it3 reg"'*"- m . eetl "f Thursday evening in the city hall. decldcd at tnis mee ting to lold Memorial Day services in Whittemore Sunday, May 30th. The program will start Sunday after- loon on the public school grounds. Arrangements for the parade, the speaker and the program, are be- The 22x36 Oliver Red River Special For Individual Threshing The 22 x 36 is an ideal machine for individual threshing or for the small threshing ring. The trouble-free feeder sends the bundles Jo a steady flow to the Big Cylinder and Man Behind Tf>« Gun, where most of the grain is saved in the very first threshing operation. Then the Steel Winged Beater and Beating Shaken team up to get the rest of it out of the straw. The independently driven Grain Pan and End Shake Shoe combine to deliver bright, clean, merchantable grain to the sacks or wagon box. If you need a thresher see us at once. Let us tell you more about this machine that is backed by almost one hundred years of actual threshing experience. OLIVE R Klassie Motor Company PHONE7U ALOONA, IA Light, returned home with Mr. Brooks. Ardis Voigt of the State Teachers' College, came home Friday evening and remained until Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Voigt and brother, Gerald. Mrs. Voigt, Gerald, and Karl Schwartz took her back Sunday. Mrs. Dorothea Gerhardt, accompanied by Louise Curtiss, Mrs. J. T. Snyder and Mrs. J. A. Mueller, motored to Algona Saturday afternoon where Miss Curtiss met her brother, James Curtiss, for a short visit. James is a teacher in the Manchester schools. Mrs. Sophia Bleckwenn, Mrs Emil Bleckwenn, Ben Mitchell, Albert Mitchell and Ole Peterson went to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to visit Mrs. Ole Peterson, who was to undergo a gallstone operation on Monday. Ben Mitchell and Ole Peterson, father and husband o the sick woman, remained with her Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett enter tained Sunday at dinner in honor o their son. Carol's confirmation. Thi guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. W Koilasch of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. R J. Willrett, Mr. and Mrs. F. J Wiiirett and daughter, Elsie, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett an family of Algona and Walter Loel of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecke entertained at dinner Sunday in | honor of their duaghter, Marie's confirmation. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langerman and sons of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johanneson of Bancroft, and Mrs. Catherine Eimers and son, John, of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of iheir daughter, Ivadel's confirmation. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Grenuuels and son, Mrs. Geo. Gremmels, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. end Mrs. Otto Ohm and son, Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer, Mrs. Will Buss and children, Verona, Alice and James, Mrs. Henry Mueller, Frank Seeley and Theresa Beukema. ng made by the charge. committee in Mrs - and Daughter. ed Foam and in Mason City Graduation The graduation exercises of the St. Benedict school will take plncc Sunday evcnin?. Mny 23. at 8 m., during which the following program will he rendered: "The Daisies." girls; Harmonica band selected: Ginper Brend Man, boys: "Her Blessed Boy," upper grade pupils: "We Won't Go Home Until Morning." choristers; "That Rascal Pat," high school pupils: "O Tell Us Merry Birds!" class song. Mrs. C. Immerfall spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Anna Huschka. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henniger and a friend of Waterloo spent Sunday at the Mary Fasbender home. Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Mayer home were Mr. nnd Mrs. Isadore Mayer and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goetz of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Leo West of Wesley spent Sunday afternoon with their daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Matern, north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stuffllck, daughter, Donna, and Mrs. Mary Simons were Sunday dinner guests of the former's daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Eisenbarth of Morgan, Minn., came last Thursday evening to attend the funeral on Friday morning; for the former's sister, Mrs. Robert Bowman of Algona. They returned to their home Sunday. Theresa Ann. daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer. entertained a grouo of girls last Sunday afternoon. Those present were Marcia Ann Downs, Barbara Joyce Eisenbarth, Shirley and Beverly Capesius. Jean Marie Seller, Dennis Carroll, Mary Estelle Plckens, also Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth Josephine, Rosalie and Henry Els enbarth. Theresa Ann was flvi years old. Those from here who attendee the funeral of Mrs. Robert Bowman at Algona Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth and daughter, Rosalia; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth and family; Mrs. Anna Huschka, Mrs. Al Roaenmeyer, and daughter. Patsy, Louise Huschka, Aufftut Huschka, Mr*. B. F. Arn- dorfmr, Mr. and Mm. Overt* Arndorfer, Bernard, Lucille, and Caroline Arndorfer and Mrs. A. J. Fehr. You'll like "the beer of the year" — Blatz Milwaukee Beer—}ust as judges of fine beer have preferred Blatz for over 86 years. It's the beer that has "everything." Order by the bottle or the case today. Distributed by 1* * N. 81TPI.Y CO. PJionp Walnut 3401, Chi. Orrat \VMt- Bid*. Ft Dodge, In. ONE BAG OF THE Old Reliable Acme Saves -16- Bushels of Corn A BALANCED RATION of CORN and ACME costs less- produces more pork than any other ration. $1.00 WORTH OF ACME plus the sows' milk will feed your fall pigs until -3- months of age. wean your pigs with the sow, PREVENT the RUNTS. ACME fed pigs weigh 60 to 85 Ibs. when 90 days old. Algona Flour & Feed Co. Phone 257 Algona, Iowa 20-23 being featured al LUSBY'S home of the former's mother Mr7 Margaret Elbert, last WednesdaT Orville Koilasch of »=.r h U'«"',S %,' £ , jy •~£JS?£S!S»Z' V £ ma of Fenton, spent Thursday evening at the J. W. McCreery home. Catherine Kirschbaum. who 1, employed in a beauty shop in Spen «r. spent Sunday with heV par! Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCreery and " a " 6ry a " d ft M^KeH? Spent Sunda y at the J Teacher to Leave Miss Frances Hurley, who has taught in the public school here ;he past several years, has accepted a position in the Des Moines township consolidated school near Rolfe as principal and home economics vocational guidance physical training instructor and plans to attend summer school in Ames, and Miss Mildred Linstrom, who will teach at Alta consolidated school in experimental work and the sixth grade will attend summer school in Boulder, Colorado. Miss Gladys Blair, who will not teach this fall term, will spend the summer in California. nesday night. Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fandel, was a member of this class. Mrs. Amelda Crowley and daughter, Alice of Chicago and Mrs. Kate McGovern. who spent the winter with her daughter in the city arc visiting at the home of the John Cullens. Mr. Cullen and Mrs. McGovern arc sister and brother. Mrs. Crowley will spend the summer in Clear Lake with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman of Irvington were host and hostess to a number of old friends and relatives Sunday in honor of their daughter. Esther's confirmation. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and son. Willlam, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meier and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Gade and family. John Sheridan of Bancroft was a Sunday visitor here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey visitec relatives and friends in town Sunday. Frances Hurley and Mercedes Holder were at Fort Dodge Satur day. Will Heller, who is employed at Dows, spent Sunday with relatives here. Matt Krebsbach returned to Maxwell, Minn., the latter part of last week. Miss Gladys Blair spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Fort Dodge. Mrs. H. C. Meyer spent the week end visiting with friends in Minneapolis. Mrs. Floyd Wilkinson visited with friends in Hartley and Spencer last Thursday. Pauline Trindell of Humboldt vis- at the Ralph Bartlett home on Saturday. Mike Fleming of Emmetsburg visited at the home of J. M. Fleming Friday. Irene McDonnell of Algona spent Sunday wilh her mother, Mrs. Mae McDonnell. Helen Farrell from Mason City, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Nell Farrell. Russell Kelso of Belmond was a business visitor in Whittemore on Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Esser home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and sons spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eisele. OstWM l°V f i. Mr and Mrs - T " e °. Ostwald, had his mouth badly ^n^T? ly *°' •>"- "ay U»l nicely Mr and Mrs. Maurice Duffy and family drove over from Algona on Sunday and spent the day visiting Mr. Duffy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy. John Lampe of Emmetsburg sprained his ankle when he fell from a ladder at the Standard Oil bulk station near the Milwaukee depot last week. Mayme Alig and Dorothy Seymour and Majorie Weber, Mary Corinne Schmidt and Mary Keene enjoyed a picnic dinner at the West Bend Park Sunday. Miss Ava Simpson, who has been teaching school at Moravia, Iowa, came here Monday to spend her vacation at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. F. Reimers. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Scheidler. so/i, Robert and daughter, Mardtlla spent Sunday at tile home of Mrs. Scheidler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Maher in Burnum. Mr. and Mrs. John Meine accompanied their son, Frank to Maple Hill Sunday to visit at the Art Balmer home. Mrs. Balmer is known here as Ada Meine. T. A. Swanson is making some repairs on his business properly on main street. He is putting on a new coat of concrete on the walk in front of the Poirot i Schattschneider garage. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Doering and daughter, Rosella and Ralph (Intel- linger of Graettinger -spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell. They also attendid the class play at the Academy Sunday evening. Vincent White of St. Louis visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Culleti and other friends in Whittemore last Thursday. Mr. White was formerly a Whittemore boy, his father being editor of the Champion some years ago. Mrs. Albert Behnke disposed of her household goods last week following the death of her husband and will make her home in the future with her son and wife in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. They left for their home last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Semon and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandel and Mr. and Mrs. Will Fandel attend- ) ed the graduation exercises al the Rodman consolidated school Wed- j "Sharp Stomach Pains Upset My Whole System" Nt'iit ra lix.t' irrltatltiK HraM* wi A.Ha Tablets. lli.-l|> to pr.-venl son-, jntlmf'l jstoinafh, yt-l «-at wh you w.iui AiJlu yiveb relief or yo mohfy l»,u k. Says I-: MI-HIK<<!<: "I trl.-J a |1 holtli- Ml.n-t: w,'irk.s' tr«'UtiiicnM Ailla Tulili;ls nailer your £ilaraiit< Now t!.'' («airia are yoni.- aliti I t ar.ylliinn." — K. \V. 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