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IMRMOREIHAN GETS PATENT ON A SAFETY LOCK 3ff. J. Coburn Hopes to Open Small Factory to Make New Device Livermore: H. J. Coburn of this place, who operates a blacksmith and welding shop, has been so fortunate as to receive a patent on a safety chain lock that he has perfected. The chain which seems to be a simple construction, promises to be a very popular and economic device, and will be used on trailers, cars, <Jrag line buckets, and will especially be used by farmers as "cow hicks." Mr. Coburn already has a supply made and sold in this vicinity. The production of the new patented device will be done by Mr. Coburn, and it Is the plan to Install better equipment and open a small factory In Livermore. The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 8,1938 At Chamber of Commerce Meeting; And They Didn't Break the Camera Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Boeyink who nave b«en visiting in the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Beardsley during the past month, concluded their stay and left Friday for Clinton, Wis., to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Napper, before returning to their home at Mattoon, WIs. Mr. and Mrs. Boeyink are the parents of Mrs. Beardsley. A group of the younger married people of the Methodist church drove 'to Lu Verne Wednesday evening to spend the time with Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Nelson. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Mackintoch, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sayers, and Misses Adelaide Patterson, Florence Warren, Minnie Johnson and Miriam Evans. The evening was apent socially and several games were introduced, and the group took pot-luck lunch which was enjoyed at a late hour. Swea-Eagle News Will Thompson is driving a new Plymouth car. > Pupils of the rural schools wrote eighth grade examinations at the Swea City consolidated school last Friday. Phyllis Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, had sufficiently recovered from an appendix operation at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, to return home last •week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Nelson moved last week into the farm home of Mrs. Nelson's father, A. H. Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson were married Thursday, Jan. 27, at Esthervllle. Mr». Nelson before Iwr marriage was Mrs. Phoebe Frye. Mrf and Km. Bhlriey and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dolf, accompanied A. D. Nettleton and his daughter, Viola, to Slems, 111., where Mr. Nettleton will dispose of his property and return here to make his future home. The Frank Isaacson home was released from scarlet fever quarantine last week Tuesday. They have been shut In since last Dec. 20. Three weeks ago they were ready to be released when their daughter, Fern, became ill. A son, Kenneth, was first to take sick. The children have had it in a mild form. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Nelson of near Bancroft visited last week Wednesday at the Walter Petersons. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and their children lived in this community beforo moving to Bancroft. They have purchased a 200-acre farm near Austin, Minn., and will move the last of the month. Mrs. Peterson is a sinter of Mr. Peterson. Avis Byers is spending the past week at the home of Mr.'.i. John Jongberg. Her parents, Loren Byen and their three children, Darrel, Bonnie and Wayne and Tim Doocy left last week Thursday by car for Virginia, where they will make their future home. Avis who is a nurse, will return to Minneapolis at an early date where she has been in training at Mounds Park hospital. The Swea Spirit of Service 4-H club held Its first meeting this year last Saturday afternoon at the home of Laila and Ruby Berg. Election of officers and plans for the year's work was discussed. Miss Lucille Pe,poon explained the year's work, Second Year Home Furnishing. Much time was spent on the music an Miss Pepoon had the records and phonograph with her. Lunch was served by Mrs. Andrew Berg. Mrs. Joe Preston was surprised on her birthday last Monday evening, Jan. 31, when a number of friends brought lunch and spent the evening socially. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Molinder and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Preston and their children, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fosgren, Mr. and Mrs. B. Brant, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jenson, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jenson, James Kuchynka and Fred Anderson. The familiar figures shown above hardly need identification. The photo was taken with the new photoflash equipment of The Algona Upper Des Momes at a recent rally of the Algona Chamber of Commerce in the Legion Hall. Tou'll be seeing more of these interesting pictures in The Algona Upper Des Moines, from now on. In the front row, left to right, are Henry Dobson, Bill Steele and Bob Harrington. Between Dobson and Steele is Clark Scuffham, and between Steele and Harrington, you can spy G. W. Stillman and Cliff Benschoter. At the right of Harrington the alert gent is Ralph Miedke, while behind him you see Phil Kohlhaas. We were practicing up at the time this picture was taken, and inasmuch as the above gents did not break the camera, we feel it can stand anything. FLOODS CAUSE GREAT DESTRUCTION—This picture taken on the bottom lands north of Mineral, Illinois, In western Bureau county, shows a road covered by flood waters which inundated thousands of acres of fertile farmland, drowning scores of head of livestock and forcing many farmers to move out of their homes. In the background Is a bridge over the Hennepin Canal, and the buildings on the Andrew Pollard (arm, which were lapped by the waves of the flood, The flood followed torrential rain of last week. The photographer who took this picture WM standing almost hip deep In water on the middle of the traveled •" "'' - •' •' Notice of Prgbate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY^ as. No. 4381 In District Court, January Term, 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting; to be the last Will and Testament of Cyrus H. Blossom, Deceased, dated November 18, 1919, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday, the 1st day of March, 1938, Is fixed for bearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. DaUd at Algona, Iowa, January 39, 1938. KATHARINE! McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Hutchison A Hutchison, Attorneys. 6 ' 7 CORWTTHCAGER BADLY INJURED Corwlth-Falrview: The Corwith Independent basketball team has gained a victory and taken one defeat during the past week. Both games were played on the local floor, and the first took place last week Tuesday evening when the Humboldt Junior Chamber of Commerce team lost a game to the Corwith squad. The local team run up a good lead early in the game, and held it to the finish, the final score being 41 to 35. The second game took place on Thursday evening, Jan. 20, when the Mason City Diamond Bread team came to Corwith. The game was a very fast one, well fought throughout. The score remained even for the entire first half of the game, imt the Mason City team outscored Corwith during the last quarter, to win by a score of 63 to 48. During the third quarter, Baker, one of Corwith's outstanding players, was thrown into the bleachers, striking his head very hard on a large iron post that supports the stairway leading down to the gymnasium. It was thought for a time that he had been seriously injured but he regained consciousness within a few minutes and was again able to play during the last few minutes of the game. Mr. and Mr.s. Lloyd Stroup are the parents of a son born Monday night. This is the second child in the family, the other being a girl. Mrs. Lydu Martin who was taken to Rochester lust week for treatment at the Mayo clinic, returned to her home this week but will return to the clinic in about three weeks. Nine scouts met Monday night with their scoutmaster, Paul Williams. The lesson was on birds and their habits. Wayne Woodbury and Ronald Stevens passed scout tests. On Tuesday evening the Corwith Independent basketball team went to Kanawha and played a double header with the team there, winning both games, the first 35 to 21, and the second game 58 to 61. OLDEST ACTIVE FARMER?—Carl Hartwig, age 90— native of Frankfort, Germany— now lives five miles south of Clintonville, Wisconsin. Hartwig works every day. is very active, and in fine health. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OP IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, 88. No. 4316, In District Court, January Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be thu last Will and Testament of Peter Brass, Deceased, dated January 8th, 1938, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 21st day of February, 1038, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause If any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed u and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 18, 1938. KATHARINE Mo BVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon ft Ltnnan, »t- torn«ys. 4.4 A Case Where The "Z's" Cause Trouble Editors at Swea City and Eagle Grove are waging a spirited contest over the matter of which has the most "Z's" in their subscription lists. It seems Swea City is a little shy, but Eagle Grove claims six. So, to get into the swim, we checked up. There are at least three "Z's" on our list, P. P. Zerfass and Mrs. Mary Zeigler in Algona, and R. F. Zumach at Watertown, Wis., and we'll bet a red herring we can get more if we go through all of the records for subscribers on our list in other towns in the county. People are prone to blame accidents on weather conditions. The human being never wants to blame himself for failing to do something that might have prevented an accident. A study of highway conditions made recently Indicated that 75 per cent of the accidents occurred on dry roads. Eighty-five per cent of the accidents happened in clear weather. Here is an amazing fact—95 per cent of the vehicles involved in all Automobile accidents in 1935 were apparently hi good condition. We have repeatedly warned that brakes should not be overlooked. Braking power is needed; good lights are needed. These are mechanical contrivances that must be checked regularly to keep the automobile in perfect condition. But the driver must be in perfect condition also. 32NEWU-D-M READERS & 168 RENEW, 12 DAYS Hearty Response Prom All Sections to Expiration Notices We're justly proud of the subscription list of The Algona Upper Des Moines. In its ranks will be found homes situated In every township of Kossuth county, and nearly all adjacent, counties and In our subscription lists nre the n«mes of men and women who are taking an active :<art toward fuller development of thei- townsliips nnd their county, towa'rf improvement ft agricultural standnrds, and tr- wr.rd malting of this community n batter place in whk'i to live. Listed below are names and addresses of persons who, in the last two weeks, have subscribed for or renewed their subscription to this newspaper. Everybody reads The Algona Upper Des Moines, sooner or later. They've been doing it since 1865, too, when papers were printed from hand-type, and were run off a page at a time on a pony press. New Subscribers W. F. Dau, Whittemore. Carl Beckstein, Elmore, Minn. Wilmer Wlchtendahl, Whittemore. Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, Whittemore. Mrs. J. Jennings, Whittemore. Wm. Janvrln, Titonka. Alfred Nelson, Corwith. W. J. Eden, Wesley, Henry Wlchtendahl, West Bend. Ulrich Dornbler, Corwith. Cliff Etherington, Irvington. Nels Beck, Algona, Rt. 2. L. B. Leichteig, Wesley. August Schmidt, Algona. Carrol Wander, Des- Moines. Peter Besch, Whittemore. N. S. Nemmers, Bancroft. Rev. F. C. Volike, Algona. Geo. Scobee, Algona. Robert Sarchet, Burt. W. A. Dutton, Algona. Andrew Laubenthal, LuVerne. C. C. Wright, Algona. Chester Albright, Rt. 2, Algona. Mrs. J. S. Van Steenberg, Flint, Mich. Richard Potthoff, Bancroft. Renewal Subscribers John Belser, Algona. G. S. Buchanan, Algona. H. R. Rasmussen, Algona. W. C. Irelan, Algona. E. B. Dlttmer, Burt. Rev. L. Rlchmann, Burt. Mrs. J. M Kaln, DeKalb, 111. Rlnerd Johnson, Lakota. Emll Christensen, Burt. Lou Bolenns, Wesley. Mrs. Hattle Burllngame, Rt. 2, Algona. Henry Thliges, Ottosen. A. C. SchlBsel, Lakota. Wendell Gartner, Blackwell, Oklahoma. ' Ann* Kayier. Bod*. Swift & Co. lend nwuy carload* of poultry to the fashionable spoU of the eaat. Recently at one of the big shows in New Jersey, Algona dressed fowl was selected for display and educational purposes. , . - • Carl Hammeratrom, Lone Rock Harry McMurray, Algona. Geo. C. Yeoman, Algona. Dr. J. O. F. Price, Algona. Mrs. J. W. Carroll, Algona, Rt. 2. Mrs. F. H. Shackelford, Algona. Mons Monson, Buffalo Center. Richard Zlelske, Lakota. A. H. Guerdet, Armstrong. Mrs. H. A. Lewis. Algona. R. A. Behnke, Whittemore. E. H. Mueller. Fenton. Peter Hans, Lakota. John Faber, Ottosen. N. J. Crawford. Algona. Wm. Dcvlne, Livermore. Ed Weisbrod, Fenton. Oeo. W. St. John. Algona. Oeo. Wildin. AlRona, Rt. 1. John L. Slcper. Buffalo Center. T. J. Halpin. Algona. Wm. Shirley, Algona. Oscar Oxley, Algona, Rt. 2. Matt Kirsch, Bode. W. J. Becker, Algona. • M. P. Goetz, Wesley. A. D. Lehman, Algona, Rt. 1. John Carlson, Algona. Joe Steil, Algona. C. T. Chubb, Algona. A. J.'Grandjennett, St. Benedict. F. L. Pratt, Burt. Paul Ernst, Bode. Mrs. Agnes McBride, Fenton. Fred Habeger, Bancroft Ernest J. Gales, Algona. Leonard Arndorfer, Irvington. Geo. Grinnell, LuVerne. Michael Long, Burt. L. C. Dlttmer, Bancroft. Fred Willrett, Algona, Rt. 2. Ernest Rosseisen, Fenton. Eugene Murtagh, Algona. Clara Devine, Long Beach, Calif. Mra. Chas. Larson, Algona. John Fraser,. Algona, Rt. 1. Rev. M. A. Sjostrand, Algona. Peter Borman, Jr., Livermore. H. Coleman, Algona. Henry Zingg, Buffalo Center. C. A. Gutknecht, Lakota. L. W. Gillespie, Algona. Andrew Beck, Algona, Rt. 2. Joe J. Sherman, Bancroft. Geo. Kohl, Algona, Rt. 2. Mrs. Louise Thompson, Burt. S. H. McNutt, Algona. Mrs. Carl Dahlhauser, Algona. J. B. Asa. Algona, Rt. 2. Mrs. W. E. McArthur, Irvington. J. P. Nickerson, Algona. Frank Gelgel, Algona. R. B. Wehrspann, Fenton. Charles Plathe, Bode. Dr. George Ingham, Olympla, Wash. Will Drayton, Algona, Rt J. Julius Will, Algona, Rt. 2. A. W. Whitlow, Armstrong. Mrs. Eva Hodgson. Burt. Martin Rahm. St. Benedict. Mike Loss, Algona. Paul Black, Algona. Rt. 1. Mrs. Margaret Looft, Bancroft. I. Wernert, Algona. Fred Trahb. Otiosen. Melvin Ellingson, Burt. Nellie Burlingame, Algona. E. J, Gilmore, Algona. Chas. Scott, Burt. Mike Mergeri. Whittemore. Olaf Pearson, Swea City. George Harner, Armstrong. Mrs. F. S. Norton. So. St. Paul. Mrs. May Hanegan, Algona. J. T ChrischiUes. Algona. Wm. H. Vogel, Burt E. McWhorter, Algona. W. H. Brand ow, Algona, Rt 1. Ray McWhorter. Burt. Elmer Emery. Algona, Rt. 2. Mrs. Louis Hintz, Algona. John Von Bank, Irvington. Dr. R. L. Williams. Lakota. Thompson Bros., Fenton. N. W Bell Tel. Co., Algona, L. A. Weber, Algona, Rt. 2. Dr. L. G. Baker, Algona. Mrs. Loren Brown, Algona. Leslie Jenkins, Algona, Rt 1. Nick Fisch, Ottosen. Harm Helmers, Algona. Otto Neuman, Sexton. C. A. Penton, Burt. M. P. Christiansen, Algona. R. W. Butterfleld. Elmore. Carl Lofstrom, Armstrong. Jacob Maasdam, Irvington. P. A. Lonergan, Bancroft. Edwin Lieb, Algona, Rt. 2. L. C. Gast, Bancroft. Joe Metille. Irvington. Louis McWhorter, Algona. H. L. Brandow, Algona, Rt. 1. A. L. Long, Algona. J. B. Muehe, Wesley. A. J. Garman, Wesley. Jens Sorensen, Algona, Rt. 2. Leo N. Goche, Titonka. B. C. Luedtke, Fenton. Arnold Gade. Whittemore. Edward Hackbarth. Lone Rock. James F. Black, Algona. E. P. Hanson, Titonka. T. A. Larson, Burt Frank L. Miller. Algonn. Rt. 1. Harry Alt, Algona, Rt. 2. J. F. Finley, Algonn, Rt. 1. Frank Reibhoff, Algona. Mrs. W. Sperbeck, Algona. A. A. Bishop, Algona. O. W. Erlckson, Algona. A. Burgeson, Armstrong. S. J. Beck, Armstrong. W.' A. Murray, Bancroft. Clarence Rochleau, Algona, Rt. 1. H. E. Hanson, Algona, Rt. 2. LeRoy McWhorter. Algonn. A. Spongberg, Algona. Leo J. Miller, Algona, Rt. 2. John Sabin, Algona, Rt. 2. Henry Engstrom, Burt. Henry Frombach, Whittemore. D. J. Buss, Algona. John Baas, West Bend. Wm. Hardcopf, LuVerne. Phil Kohihaas, Algona. H. E. Morgan, Algona. John Osland, Elmore. D. M. Long, Algona. F. A. Bankston, Algona. H W. Hobson, Lone Rock. Harry B. Nolle, Algona. Roy Keen, Algona, Rt. 2. M. W. Jacobson, Algona. Walter C. Peterson, Armstrong. Mrs. Grace Blanchard, Algona. H. H. Dreyer, Fenton. Loren L. Larson, Algona. Edw. Ditsworth, Algona. Rt. 1. Wm. Welner, Algona. P. C. Hanson, Burt. Ray McWhorters Are "500" Party Hosts, Wednesday Portland: The Plum Creek Literary society was entertained nt a 500 party Wednesday evening at the Ray McWhorters. About 30 were In attendance. Prizes were awarded to Lela Gardner, first for the ladles, Eddie Kain, first for the men; low prizes going to Viola Kain and Lewis McWhorter; chair prize to Mrs. John Johnson. A lunch was served at a Tate hour. Harold Becker wrote the eighth grade exams at Algona Friday. Dave Webers entertained the Geo. Lannings at a card party Wednesday evening. Mrs. Geo. Lannlng entertained 8 women at a quilting party Thursday afternoon. Mist Letha Mann was a cupper Mr. and Mrs. Reno Ortman and son, Ronald, enjoyed supper and the evening at the Lyle Mann home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning enjoyed a birthday dinner Friday evening at the Geo. Goddens, Emmetsburg in honor of the gentlemen's birthdays. Mrs. George Larson is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Sterling Johnson, Jewell, getting acquainted with a new grandson, who arrived Thursday. Alfred Godfredson and daughter, fona, visited Wednesday in Mason City at the Lyle Godfrcdsons and Drought home W. D. Woltz, who lad been visiting there. Pupils in Portland No. 8 school, bsent with the whooping cough are: Raymond Heiderscheidt, Aria Cav- ctt and Robert Keith. Others hav- ng the cough are Janice and Nancy Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clayton with ,he latter's brother, Harold DePue went to Raymond, Minn., Thursday for several days • at the home of a brother, Ray DePue, where a lit- le three year old son passed away ast week. Modern Mixers At Nelson Home In Seneca Twp. Seneca: The Modern Mixer club met at the home of Mrs. Marlnus Nelson, Wednesday afternoon. Ruby Pnulsen was voted in as a new member. A quilt was tied during the afternoon. Mrs. Frank Woodbeck and Mrs. Orville Clinton were club guests. Boyd Hawbaker of Efrnore spent several days the past week at the Harley Hoeck home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody and family were dinner guests at the Al Lowenbcrg home near Ringsted, Sunday. Some Helpful Thursday club members and their families presented a play "School Days" In the Scnecn school gymnasium Wednesday evening. Seventeen dollars were taken in. Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtis Olsen nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Pnulsen nnd family and Mr, and Mrs. Albert Cody and family spent VVod- lesday evening nt the Irvin Classon lome and helped them celebrate heir wedding anniversary. Thullnfanffe Baptized Roger, St. Joe, Wednesday St. Joe: The infant son of Mr. and \trs. Harold Thul was baptized Rog- r John in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital chnpel, Fort Dodge, Wednes- Jay. Sponsors were Mrs. Peter Kirsch and John Thul. The infant was born Jan. 28th and this makes a family of three boys for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul. An All-Day Sew The Friendly club members are having nn nil-day sewing bee on Wednesday. Feb. 9th nt the home of Mrs. John Friders. Members are requested to bring n covered dish and sewing material. The sewing will be given to the poor. Olga Gales spent the week end with friends at Whittemore. William Reding was laid up the past week with sinus trouble. Ben Thilges left last week for Clinton, where he has secured a job. George Beckers nnd Betty Klein from Watkins, Minn., arrived here Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Illg spent several days the past week at the George Wagner home. The St. Joseph's eighth grade pupils went to Algona Friday to take examinations. Mrs. John Friders spent the past week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Klsch of near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. William Hagllnd moved to Armstrong the first of the week where they purchased a restaurant. Franklin Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner., spent last Thursday night and Friday with Harold Friders. Mra. lilete Berte was on the sick list «»• past weak, Alice ThUgW from West Bend attended to the household duties. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner arid daughter, Elaine, were Wednesday evening visitors nt the Edward Besch home near Whittemore. Richard Kohihans returned home from the St. Joseph's hospital in Fort Dodge Friday where he had been n patient for several weeks. Mr. and Mr.s. J. AK Patterson were callers at Garner Wednesday morning. They took their two grandchildren home who hud .spent two weeks with them. TWO GAMES OF Basketball ' Friday, February 11 HIGH SCHOOL GYM—7:30 P. M. Algona vs Swea City First and Second Team Games See These Old Rivals Meet Again—Admission 25c for adults and 20c for students «^x«03»£w»xto:&x>mxpx>:0»^ BE SURE Of Your Plumbing When it comes to the plumbing in your house it's better to be safe than sorry. We can handle your plumbing needs from 1 a small repair job on leaky faucets to installation of the most modern heating plant or bathroom. Our staff is experienced, capable and painstaking. See the modern bathroom display in our store, Have cave-spouting checked now ami repaired before spring rains. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 NO. Dodge St. Win an Income for life! You still have time to enter The American Weekly Reader Test competition. Complete details on page 8 of The American Weekly, the magazine distributed with next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. 33-tf Ladies Spring Suits Tailored to Measure New Spring samples have just arrived, and are very beautiful. Stop in and see them. CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behimers HIGH SPEED PLOWING Plow f*iter and batter with A-C Championship Plow* and the "WC" tractor. Pull two bottoms up to S mil*i an hour. QUICK-HITCH CULTIVATOR Pioneered by Alii*Chalmen. Still the quickest and «ati*it to attach or detach. Do it in l«i* than 5 minute*. Quick- acting power lift. FULL-VIEW SAFETY MOWER Sa/e>t mower built. Cutter bat in full vitw of operator. Quick-Hitch. Extra high lift. Double tafety feature. and you RIDE IN COMFORT Get relief from noue, hard riding, or shouting at a team. Enjoy the comfort of air tirct, thock proof iteer- ing, imooth, quiet operation, to a t cushion, backrcit. [ULIS CHfUMERS • V . 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