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CORWIffl FOLKS LEAVEFORCAL Mrs. Esther Smith and her Daughter Left On Monday Fairview-Corwith: M M . EstWer Smith and daughter, Patricia, spent _ — - - - , _ __. »v-»»j OU^Ill, last week with friends in Des Moines. Mrs. Smith and daughter accompanied by Mrs. Gusta Hartwig, left on Monday for Hunting- w°ithtt hca 5 ornia ' for a vls « w m their brother and son, Dr. Cecil Hartwig and family. ° nd Mrs ' Rufus c - Welter and Spent the week • John R. Camelin, George Liv- Evansi Sr - have Mrs. Walter Kirchgotter has re turned to her home after spendln the past week with relatives at Wat erloo. The Thimble Circle met Frlda at the home of Mrs. Lee Williams Mrs. DeRae Godfrey of LuVern was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blackmor and daughter of Popejoy were Sun day visitor* at the home of Mrs Reetha Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. Elon French am family of Hardy and Harold Martin of Mattoon, III., were visitors at the J. A. Zwiefel home Friday evening Mrs. Thomas Wood of Stuart towa, and son, Harold, of Marcus, have returned to their home after several days' visit at the William Wood home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cook and son, Thomas Howard and Mr. and Krs. Clay Edwards of Primghar vis- ted several days last week at the 7 ay Scare home. Miss Lillian Mitchell, an instructor n the schools at Seattle, Washlng- on, arrived last week for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Charles Ox- ey, and her brothers, Len and Geo. Mitchell. Mrs. Lucy Harris and daughter, Mrs. Shelby Stevens, Jimmy, Wilma and Devere Stephens went to lollandale, Minn., last week, to vis- t at the Lawson Cox home. Wilma ill remain at the Cox home am Devere will work In the onion fields The Algona Upper Pea Moiaes, Algona, Iowa, July 8, 1937 Stanley Greiner and W. O. Klrch- . . - frl,, V «T e returne <i from a fishing trip in Minnesota. Loe . bi ? of We s>ey spent sev- , . co lf ,in ay f\ 0f £ e past cousin, Dorothy Ann Welter. her A picnic dinner wecS held at tlv Walter Thompsons Sunday. Attend ing were: Mrs. Lillle Thompson daughter Neva, the Henry Kuecks the Fred Wegeners, the S. M. Or vicks, Seneca, and the Russel Thompsons, Burt. 7OUB FRIEND MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JULY 9 AND 10 I PORK CHOPS • Braised Pork Chops or Breaded Chops with Tomato Sauce qulck- • en the appetite on the hottest days. Fancy center cut loin chops • for this sale at 2»c per pound. I PORK LOIN ROASTS I For this sale 8 Ib. end cut Pork Roasts are priced at 100 per Ib. • Select cute from the middle of the lotn at 24c per Ib. Keep In • mind when buying your roast that the finest of lunch meato Is • cold roast pork. I CORNED BEEF I Get acquainted with delicious Corned Beef In 5 Ib. cans. Lean, • cooked Corned Beef containing no bone or gristle. Serve cold • or cook with vegetable*. DM whole or half can for this sale at I Z4c per pound. I DRIED BEEP % pound pkg. lie I BULK PEANUT BUTTER -.pound I3c I FRESH GROUND PURE BEEF —pound 16c I I PIOKLEDPIGS FEET 14oz. jar23c COUNCIL OAK PEACHES I Should be easy to decide whether to wait for fresh peaches to I I can or to «ave a lot of work by loading up for next winter at I I our special price of ISc on the huge 6 to 8 portion can of Council I I Oak Peaches. The sliced and the large luscious halves at the I I oanie price for this sale. I DILL PICKLES The pickle you like for the dutch lunch is crisp and brittle, free I from hollow spots and has a real dill flavor. Pickles answering I this description at a special price of 16c for the big quart jar. 1 MORNING LIGHT Cherries I The large No. 10 can filled to the top with Michigan Red Pitted I J Cherries packed in their own Juice. A most popular pie fruit 1 For this sate a special price of Me per can. I HONEY KRUSHED I How you feel on hot days depends on how adn what you eat I The cracked wheat and honey in our "Improved" Honey Krush- I ed Wheat Bread is a natural aid to digestion. Fits In nicely I with every meal—toasted for breakfast sandwiches for lunch I or a good companion for all foods at dinner. I MOONBEAM BEVERAGES I A refreshing, hot weather beverage. Abo a good mixer. Flavors I are Lime Rickey, Lemon Lime, Sparkling Water, Pale Ginger Ale, I Club Soda and Grapefruit Cocktail. Special for the week end, I a large 2* oz. bottle* for 25c plus bottle deposit H FROSTED COOKIES I Bright attractive assorted cookies. Delicous round cakes topped I with pink and white frosting. For this sale a price of 2 pounds • for £7c, I TOMATOES I Morning Light Toniatott* are not just ordinary tomatoes. They • ai'e packed full ripe in well ttllt'd cans and the flavor Is excellent. M Buy a supply at the special price of 2 No. 'i cans for I5c. • KELLOGG'S FREE OFFER I Buy 1 package Kellogg's Kruiiible* and 1 package Kellogg's H Whole Wheat Biscuit and get a free tumbler. For this sate toe • price is Jtlc. I COUNCIL OAK COFFEE I A quality Mead from our own roasters. Packed in Inexpensive • bags to arrive at maximum cup quality at a minimum price. Our H Every U»y Low Price is tic per pound or 3 pounds for 79c; and I the empty bag may be exchanged for fancy china ware. We grind B to order to avoid w*»ie when you brew coffee. • OXYDOL med. package 20c I SOAP Blue Barrel Petroiene 2 Ib bar* 13c I HA VERLY FAMILY WESLEYREUNION Meet Fourth of July With Picnic Dinner and Supper Wesley: The pleasant farm home of Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Haverly was the trysting place of a group of relatives and friends who each Fourth of July take occasion to be together for the day. Those present this year Included the Jack Haverlys, the Henry Haverlys, Mrs. Agatha Haverly, Alf Studers, the A. L. Klein- peters, the J. L. Studers and Ed rlildmans. In the evening the group was augmented by the presence of Vtr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger and 'amily, nearby neighbors. Student Priest Home The Rev. Linus Eisenbacher has eturned home to spend until Sep- ember with his parents, the Ignatz Eisenbachers when he expects o return to St. Louis for his senior 'ear studying for the priesthood at he Kenrick Seminary. Rev. Eisenbacher was ordained sub-deacon at the St. Louis Cathedral on June 6th by the Most Rev. Archbishop John J. Glennon. Marx Bros, in "A Day at the Races" at The New Call, Algona, Sun.-Mom, July 11-12 Al Wagner of Bode spent Sunday the 4th, at the Ben F. Felt home. Peter and Marie Seaberg are enjoying a visit from one of their nieces of South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell spent several days over the week end at the Lon Gouge farm home. Elaine Studer Is being employed at the Jack Kutschara home southwest of town helping with household cares. The Jacobs clan, of which Mrs. Tillie Loebig is a daughter, enjoyed a family reunion and picnic at West Bend Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson visited from Friday until Monday with her parents Prairie, Minn. at Blooming Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Root spent the week end of the Fourth with his and her parents, the Roots and Sher- dans at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Loebig and >aby, Edmond Loebig and Maurlne -Tanson spent the week end of the Fourth at Clear Lake. Miss Josephine Brunning spent 'rom Saturday night until Monday night with her father, Joseph Brunning near St Benedict. Miss Verla Mae Johnson is spend- ng this week at Mason City at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Price. Mr. and Mrs. George Ward and 'amily and Miss June Haverly en- oyed a day at a cottage on the ihores of Clear Lake, Sunday, June I 27th. Rev. Olaf Johnson, pastor of the Congregational church announced Sunday morning there would be no regular services at that church until July 28th. Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter and son, Francis were to return the middle of this week from Chicago where they spent ten days visiting her sister there. Friends here of Leo Yegge are sorry to hear of his enforced entry into a hospital in Dubuque where he is being treated for arthritis and complications. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrlch and Jerold drove to Minneapolis Saturday morning to spend over the Fourth with her several sisters in the Twin Cities. Mr, and Mrs. Ben Recker and family, southwest of town, drove to Hampton Sunday, June 27th, to join his several brothers there in a family gathering. Miss Phyllis Dougan of Iowa Falls spent several days over the week end here with Helen and Enar Franzen and took occasion to visit other friends In the vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dawson spent Sunday the 27th of June with the Bill Whitakers at Clarion, then later in the day with Mr. and Mrs. Will Krause at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins and family and Miss Imelda Foertsch returned home Friday from northern Minnesota, where they enjoyed an outing and fishing trip. Guy M. Butts left the latter part of last week for Rochester, Minn., for medical check up then went on to other points for a visit with relatives over the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Kleinpeter, David and Dianne, took Wayne and Paul Smith to Fort Dodge Sunday following their visit here with relatives for the past several weeks. The Simon Hirner and George Hirner families joined with relatives of the two Mrs. Hirners, the Willgers of Algona, in a family picnic at the Call State Park Sunday. Miss Josephine Lawler of Minneapolis and her friend, Howard Peehl of Duluth returned to the cities Tuesday following a visit here over the Fourth with her sister, Mrs. Vincent Daughan. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eisenbarth and two sons of Morgan, Minn., spent from Saturday until Monday visiting at the home of their mother, Mrs. Katherine Hildman and other Hildman relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt and three children, Eldon, Luella and Jimmie, are expected home the middle of this week from Matimora, 111., to where they went for a visit with his sister, who was critically ill. Fred A. Diekmann, Jr., stuo> ent at Des Koines spent the Fourth of July week end here at his home. Junior's parents are on their two weeks trip throughout the east, but he enjoyed the several days' visit with friends in town. Miss Anna Wester spent from Thursday until Saturday at Ames visiting her sister, Miss Leila Wester, then on Saturday the two girls returned to Wesley together. Leila at spending this week borne on a vacation with home folks. Mr. and'Mrs. R. C. Bauer and family were gue»U at the Gus Brandt home near Clear Lake Sunday and upon their return home HERLINDAFR1DERESISBRIDEIN ST. JOE CEREMONY, WEDNESDAY of West Bend, Wis., left Tuesday morning for their home following a visit here since Friday with Mr. Simon's sister, Mrs. Ignatz Eisenbacher. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Koppen and family of Haverhlll, Iowa, visited here over the Fourth of July at her parental home, the Albert Neu- roths. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grant and family of Britt, also a daughter of the Neuroths, spent the Fourth with home folks. Miss Edna Mae Llcktelg left on Friday for Greeley, Kansas, where she is to remain indefinitely with an aunt. Edna Mae's grandmother, mother of both John and Louis Llck- teig, recently died at Greeley and the funeral was attended by the Wesley Leickteigs. Mrs. Mathilda Johnson, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Will J. Becker at Algona since her return to Iowa from Denver, Col., several weeks, is expected at the home of another daughter, Mrs. J. L. Haverly for several weeks, giving her a chance also to visit her numerous friends in and about town. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Alne and family of Rake, Mrs. Bertha Dan- lelson and two children of Milwaukee, WIs., and Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Skartland and family of Guckeen, Minn., spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne and tome four families enjoyed a outing. Mrs. Skartland and daughters, Geraldine and Shirley Ann remained over until Monday. The Ignatz Eisenbacher farm home was made very lively and Ilk- able Sunday the Fourth, when all the children and their families were home for the day to enjoy th Fourth of July celebration In a qule way with relatives from Wisconsin Members besides those still at home and who were present included Mr and Mrs. Joe Studer and family o Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Eisenbacher and family of Whittemore Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert anc family of Bode. Weds Lawrence Kirsch; 90 Attend Reception Afterward St. Joe: A beautiful church wedding was held at St. Joseph's Catholic church on July 7 when Miss Herlinda Frideres, only daughter of John Frideres, became the bride of Lawrence Kirsch. son of John Kirsch, Rev. Geo. Theobold, officiating at 8:30 o'clock mass. A single ring ceremony was performed. The bride was attired in a beautiful white net lace gown over a satin slip with a four foot train, a tight bodice with a V-neck caught with orange blossoms, tight sleeves with a pleated top, the skirt being fitted below the waist line and then flared to the floor and end of train. The veil was also white net. The bride carried an armful of Madonna lilies and white Monzon- Huskamps, Fenton, Have Many Guests Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arbogast and son of Grove City, Minn., Mr. ind Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and Everett Mourtinson of Mananah, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hus- inmp and son, Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Huskamp and las. The bridesmaid, Agnes Kfrsch, sister of the groom was attired in a pink mouselline gown with blue accessories. Mathias Frideres, the youngest brother of the bride, was best man. Immediately after the wedding, the young couple along with the guests, went to the Frideres home, where they joined 90 friends and relatives in a reception at high noon. A three course dinner was served to all. A prettily decorated wedding cake was the centerpiece of the bride's table. The bride received her educatio in St. Joseph's parochial schoo Since then she has been at horn with her parents. The groom fo the past few years has farmed hi father's farm. The couple will con tlnue to live on the farm which h has rented this year. They will be at their farm near Whittemore November 10. They held a wedding dance at the Flora Kali, Algona that same evening with Ray Cook furnishing the music Their many friends join in wishing them many years of success and happiness. LONE ROCK NEWS Baby Girl Dies A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Crow, Farber, Mo., July 1, dying at birth. Mrs. Crow is in the hospital at Mexico, Mo. She will be remembered as Alice Angus. daughters, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Kern, Mrs. John Arbogast of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson and daughter of Ayrshire, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bleighton and daugh- Picnic Quests Sunday ters of Emmetsburg were guests at I The Alex Radigs had as Sunday the William Huskamp home Sun- picnic dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone left on Saturday for Missouri, where he will hold evangelistic meetings. The Car! Wieners spent Sunday with Mrs. Wiener's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, east of Burt. Joan Zwiefel spent Friday will Oneta Hiibbnrd of Patterson who if visiting nt the P. M. Christensons. Pearl Hnnna, New York dity. arrived last week for a visit with her mother. Mrs. George Hantm nnc family. Coila Jane Hollister returned to Joliet, III., Saturday after a few days' visit nt the parental L. B. Hoi- listers. The Aaron Neclnnds spent Sunday with Mrs. Neeland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sleper, Buffalo Center. The Mother's Club will hold its annual children's picnic, Wednesday, July 14, at the local school grounds. Leona and Viola Moore and James Diggins. all of Waterloo, spent Saturday afternoon nt the Frank Mn- cumbers. The Alton Hulberts. Whittemore, nnd the Theo Jncobsons, Humboldt, spent Sunday afternoon at the Wm. Nelsons. Florence Householder, student nt Cedar Falls, spent from Friday evening till Monday at the Harlan Blanchards. The Earl Rasmussens left Sat-' urclay for Siousc Falls, South Dakota, where they will visit Mrs. Ras- musscn's parents. Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Dlttme and Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Angu were Sunday dinner guests of th R T. Angus family. Lillian Angus, student at low State Teachers' College, Cedar Fall spent the week end at the parenta R. T. Angus home. The Emil Krafts visited at th Adolph Perils, Whittemore. Sundn evening. They also visited at th H. H. Dreyers, Fenton. Mrs. Kate Hawks, the Melvin Hawks family and Kathryn Stebrit spent Sunday with the Charle Hawks family, Spirit Lake. Hugh Walsh, daughter, Eileen ant son, Edmund left Saturday nigh for Reddick, III., where Mrs. Walsh's father, T. F. Halloran is critically ill. Betty Lou Harrimnn, Knnawhn who is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Ackerman, is spending n few days with Maxine and Mary Ann Flalg. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Avey and three children left Monday morning for their home at Mt. Morris, III., after spending the past ten days at the Fred Genrlches. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger accompanied by Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, spent Saturday until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Coin Gapp, Salem, South Dakota. Mrs. Francis Poole, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Michael Elbert and Berneyce Roderick, Algona, spent last Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kate Hawks. Frank Macumber, Waterloo, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Moore, also of Waterloo, spent from Saturday until Tuesday with Mrs. Frank Ma cumber and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henrtcks and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kurtz, Lak City, Wisconsin, arrived, Sunday for a visit at the Robert Schmidts and with other relatives. The M. O. Richards family had a picnic dinner at the Blackford Park, Algona, Sunday. Other guests there were the William Bilsboroughs and Mrs. Eliza Richards, Algona. Mr. nnd Mrs. N. L. Cotton spent :hc week end at the Harley Shell- itos, Ames. Julianna and Angus Cotton, Chicago Heights, III., accompanied them home Monday. Kathryn Stebritz spent from last week Tuesday until Thursday with ' her mother, Mrs. Jpssip Stebritz, Bancroft. She was n last Thursdny dinner guest at the Milton Marlows nenr Bancroft. Violet Larsfn. Decorah. spent from Sunday until Tuesday with her sister. Mrs. A-thur Priehp and family. Tupsdny, the Arthur Priebes. Mrs. Raymond Priehe and son. Donald. Fenfon. and Violet Larson, drove to Decorah. making an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Westhee. nnd son. Robert. Valley City. North Dakota, who nre visiting Mrs. West- bee's parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Fish. Whittemore, were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. KrupRcr. Mrs. Chester Alme was nlso a dinner guest. The William Jaskulke's, Waterloo, came Snturday to the W. F. Faul- stirhs, returning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Johnson. Minneapolis, were Sundny evening guests there. All named and Mr. and Mrs. Leo .Taskulke. Fenton. spent Sunday at the Herman Jaskulke's, Armstrong. TODAT OTO HEA1THT D1OHHE QUINS HAD QUAKER OATS" BRACE-UP NERVES. DIGESTION, APPETITE EVERYONE NEEDS NERVE-VITAMIN TO BRACE-DP NERVES AND DIGESTION 1 GET IT IN QUAKER OATS I •tut It Ut \»fVtt~**B. QUAKER OATS Clean Clothes Are Cooler Make it n habit to send your garments to the Elk regularly and they will be ready for any emergencies. Our new organization is anxious to please you. We are making every effort to meet demands for high grade workmanship. Let Us Help You Keep Your Clothes Fresh and Clean. The Elk Cleaners Norman So Perry Phone We Deliver It's Just Common Sense DE VOE'S New2CoatHousePaintSystem day. New Teacher Picked At Corwith School Fairview-Corwith: The Corwith consolidated school board has selected another new member for the coming year's faculty. The new instructor is J. W. Miller of Clarion, and his duty will be to instruct the band and give lesson to band members on their various instruments. Mr. Miller was in Corwith last week looking for a house so he can move his family here. LONE ROCK NEWS Henry Kresjin and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alexander, Pasadena, California; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thies, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, Rolfe; the Emil Laabs family, the William Furestenaus, the Robert Dreyers, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin and daughter, Lillian, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mittag and son, Everett, and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hantelman and daughter, Joan, Fenton. At Kin's Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Walter Thompson and Mrs. Lillie Thompson and daughter, Neva, drove to Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, Friday., attending the funeral of C. H. Thompson, a brother-in-law of Mrs. Lillie Thompson. They returned Saturday evening. they were accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Mary Ublenhake who had visited ner daughter, Mrs. Brandt John Simon and niece, Ml*s Imelda Bimon of Kekaskum, wi*., and Rupert Bittoo and wife bJa Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, daughter, Grace, and Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough and the Lawrence Newbroughs attended a Wells reunion and picnic at Elm ore Park, Eimore, Minn., Sunday. The V. L. Whalens. Dolliver, spent the week end at the Roy Jensens. A picnic dinner was held at the Jensens Sunday, with the E. M. Jensens, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton and the Whalens being there. The Harry Hubsons were Sunday dinner guests at the D. T. Hobsons, Burt. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Hobson and daughter, Betty, Marcus, und Harold Hobson. Burt. were evening visitors here at the Hobsons. Mrs. Leonard Kressin, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kressin and daughter. Eileen, Viola Kressin, and Marvin Miudeman, Barney, North Dakota, came Saturday for a visit at the Walter Krauses and with other relatives. Benny Murray and son, Russell, Detroit, accompanied by Mrs. Truman Overine, Postville and Mrs. John Householder, Oelwein, came Sunday evening to the Charles Bierles and will also visit other relatives. The Alex Radigs, Mr. and Mra. Fred Thies. Bancroft, and Mr. and Mr*. Henry Kreaain and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alexander of Pasadena, Cam., were Saturday evening dianer guMU of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grow. Girl for Peters Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peters are the parents of an 8?< pound girl born Monday. Mrs. Carl Peters, Algona. is caring for mother and babe. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Marlow were also parents of a boy one day last week. He has been named Leon Eldon. The Andrew Thomsens spent Sunday at Interlaken. Mrs. Lee Eslel spent the week end visiting: at Ledyard. The P. L. Persons spent Sunday at the K. O. Knudsen's, Bode. Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, spent the week end at the George Pettits. The Eugene Pearsons spent Sunday and Monday us guests of Eva Freer, Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Grois, Storm Lake. Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge, spent the week end at the parental Frank Mac-umbers. The Otis Sanders family visited Sunday afternoon at the Doyle Sanders home, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick SchulU and Charles Zoller spent a week ago Wednesday at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday with relatives at Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Anderson and daughter, Darleue, Hayfleld, are tenant* of P. M. Chriatenson. A First Coat To Go Next to The Wood A Second Coat To Go Next to The Sun The first coat seals wood pores or old paint and lays a solid, non-cracking, non-checking foundation. The second has high "hiding power"—fights sun and weather . . . resists fading, staining and attack by ice and rain. The smooth surface stays fresh and clean because there is no place for soot or dirt to lodge. EMPLOY A REPUTABLE PAINTER AND SPECIFY DEVOE'S Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool

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