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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 2, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 2, 1938 . Ani«* guest* at the Elmer Hartshorn horn*. Lee 0fj«t« of DM Molnrn WM A «*M end guest at the home of Mr and Mrt..M. H. Donerty. ' Mrt. Harold Oowan and Bernlce £trom will drive to Cherokee, Frl day, to vfilt Mr*. Don Mertz. Mrs. Ljrle Pngh wan « caller at the Earl Griffith home, Sunday. Mrs Pugh Is employed In Des Moines l^te Reynold* 1* back at work at _ the Hub Clothiers this week after being confined to his home by a weeks Illness. A n«w Wayne computing pump haa been Installed at the Clapsaddle service station that computes amount .of gasoline sold to the penny. * r Mr. and Mr*. Don Mertz and t>aby daughter, Donna Dru, of Cherokee, were week end guests of Mrs Hertz's mother, Mrs. .Tohn Caugh- lln. Mrs. Marie Mnrtagh nnd daughter, Josephine of Des Moines, left Monday morning for a vacation trip to the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park. Mr. and Mm. Louis Braatz and daughter,' Ruth pf Whlttemore •pent Sunday afternoon and evening as guests at the home of Mr. and Mr«. W. C. Dau. Theo. Chrlschltles, Mrs. Atha Hardgrove, and Rose Lampe left on Sunday and will attend the fall market, buying for the Chrlschllles •tore, In Chicago. France* MeTlgne of Fort Dodge was a guest at the horn? of Mrs. M. J. Strelt, Friday. Miss McTlgue began work Monday as manager of a fur store In Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Art Cogley of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Fred- erlckson and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Deltering of Bancroft enjoyed a week end at Lake Okohojl, France* Hough WM a week end guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough. She Is employed in Des Moines In the state sales tax department. Lucille Prpoon, home demonstration agent for Kossuth county, underwent an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital, Monday morn- Ing. She is Retting along as wtll as can be expected. Mm. Norman Crawford and her daughters, Phyllis, Jonn, Gloria. and Nancy, visited it 'he norm* of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. John Helen nt Spencer. Tm-v wore gone from Thursday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnle Hornford of Fort Dodge, were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cowan. Mr. nnd Mrs. Horsford were on their way home from a vacation spent In Minneapolis with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Max Jackson and daughter, Delores, left for their home at Malvern, Iowa, Sunday after a week's visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith. The women are sisters. Mr». Maud Hayes of Beverly Hills, California, and granddaughter, Jean Hayes of Minneapolis, are 'guest* this week at the bom* of Mm. Fred Cor*y. Mrs. Hayes Mid Mrs. Corey are girlhood friend*. George C. BUM, Chicago, Mrs. Lucy Schneider of Garner and Marguerite Bliss of Wichita, Kansas, were vUltors (nut Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller. Mr. Bliss Is an uncle, Mrs. Schneider an aunt, and Miss Bliss Is n cousin of Mr. Waller. Catherine McCall and Jame« Griffith spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Catherine who is national secretary of the Alpha Iota International nor- orlty, has just returned from an International convention held at Seattle. Mr. Griffith Is night foreman for the Iowa liquor commission -it Des Moines. Major Ltwlle T. Saul brought his wife, and three children, Dorothy 16, John 13 and Nancy Lou 13. to their new home at 810 S. Harlan, Monday. The family had been spending a few week* at a cottage at Clear Lake before they were able to occupy their new home. The house wa» formerly occupied by Mr. and Mr*. Don Hutchins and son, who have moved to Decorah. Mrs. E. J. MeEvoy, her children, John and Mary, Joule MeEvoy, n •Uter-ln-law, and a niece, Margaret, of Emmetsburg, returned Thursday evening from a two weeks' vacation to Quebec and other Canadian and eastern U. S. points of Interest. They made the trip by automobile, and did not have any trouble, not even HO much as a flat tire. Quebec vicinity was thu early home of the MeEvoy family. Mr. and Mm. Win. ('• O»u and children, Evelyn and Billy returned Friday afternoon after it two w«i:k» trip through the lilack Hills, Yellowstone National Park. Colorado Bpringa, and back via Kansas and Misourl. They spent several days vliiiting an uncle und aunt, Mr. und Mm. Henry Jentz, und a couuin, Alfred Jeiitz und family at Colorado Springs. The Jentz families formerly lived here. Mr. Dau took (110 fuct of colored movie film. They considered Yellowstone as the high »pot of the trip. Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Lorenx and Mr. und Mr*. H. B. White returned Saturday night from a two weeks vacation trip. They went through Denver, Estes Park, Rocky Mountain Park, Salt Lake City, Reno, Lake Tuhoe, law the bridges at San Francisco, and went down the coast to Loa Annul**. They visited at the home of Mrs. While's parents Mr. und Mm. A. M. Jasperion at Glen- dalu. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz visited at the Frank Mann homo at Van Nuy*. They attended horse races at Ingk-wood tracks. On the return trip they came through by Boulder Dam. Dr. wid Mrs. L. O, Baker Mid »on, Durwood, returned Sunday night, after a montb'f vacation trip in the west. Tbey viuted Dr. Baker's uncle and ftunt, Mr. and Mr*. Allen Baker at Ltwuf Beach, and from there took many *ld* trip*, one of Phyllis Good of Fort Dodge spent the week end with her mother, Mrs B. P. Benson, and little son, Jerry Mr. MM Mfft. Vf. V. Butler and daughter drove to Minneapolis SuM**r, to-be gone until the middle of this week. reggy Wehler of Omaha came last week Tuesday for a two weeks' visit with her aunt, Mrs. M. H. Falkenhalner. Bornlce Storm Is spending a two weeks', vacation at home. She Is a telephone operator at the Bell Telephone Company. Mr*. Edna McMullln, nurse at the the Kossuth hospital, Is spending this week visiting her parents who live near Omaha. Meredith Lathrop returned Friday to Salem, Oregon, following a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. DeMaude Lathrop and Algona friends. Lawrence Mlsbach returned from Chicago, Thursday, where he had been buying merchandise for the Mlsbach store since Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McKee of Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. McKee of Wausau, WIs., were guests of Ruth McKee Wednesday. Mrs. W. P. Hemphlll returned to her duties In the ready-to-wear department of the Chrlschllles store after a weeks' vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barry drove to Mason City, Sunday, and were guest* of their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrle. Lelghton Mlsbach left Friday for a two weeks In camp at Fort Des Moines. Lelghton Is second lieutenant In the United States reserve army. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhaln- er, Peggy Wehler, Tasker and Diane Falkenhalner spent the week end at the Falkenhainer cottage at Lake Court de O'Reilles, Wisconsin. Mrs. Nlta Isaacson, superintendent of the Kossuth hospital, Is spending the week at her cottage at Clear Lake, with her daughter, Mrn. Kenneth Samp, and two grand- onn. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Halbrook, Mason City, and son, Duane. of Omaha, were guests Sunday of their daughter, Mrs. Jack Hilton and Violette Halbrook at the Hlllen home. «. N. Howard nd A. W. Elbert of Algona, Ben BJornstad of Spencer and Ed Rapp of Humboldt drove to DCS Moines today, to attend a two-day meeting of hardware dealers. Miss Belle Tclller of Beetle, Wasli- ngton. arrived Friday, and Is vlsit- ng at the home of Mrs. May Harrington, and with other Algonu friends. Miss Telllcr formerly lived 'n Algona. j Mr. and Mrs. .James Ana are the, iarcnts of a baby son, Thomas Kossuth Th^Mon About Town Soy« We, the people, are the government (whether we like it or not) and should be made comfortable when possible. It has been a great year for mosquitoes. A grand year for WPA men. Many cars change crank case oil, with garages and filling stations gathering the waste Put them all together on the low swampy lands near the city where the biters breed and exterminate them. A gran Idea. * * * Albert Oranzow ha* a dog... It's one of those kind where one looks twice to see where the dog begins and the leash ends. Maggie, better half of Jlggs In the daily comic, has a dog of the same makeup. Folks have laughed heartily at both. * * * A very prominent Insurance man motoring near Fairmont was hit in the rear and lost his false teeth. Gumming it Is the weekly manner, while repairs ara taking place. On the car, also. * » » Of all the novel creation* of excuses, so as not to have to weed In the garden, Is that concocted by Charlie Barrickman. The grass hoppers come at him like buckshot every time he steps toward a weed, and anyway, Chas. doesn't like the pests spitting tobacco on him. * * * Some Jesters got a kick out of the poster the Devil Dodgers put out in refeilnce to the location of the thrills. It read "Smokey Slope" farm when we're sure it meant "Sunny Slope", the name known by all. Probably half right, for Andy Godfredson, the owner, gjants the corn and reaps the grain with n good old stogie In the mouth, a Special, at that. * • • There's foursome at the. Country Club aged in years but young enough in golf to put to shnme all comers of minor or middle ages, diet Momyer. Albert Ogren, Bob Vincent and Harry Holmes. Th3 first three are over the 70 birthday mark, with Harry, the baby, about five summers to go. Anyone want to try them out? * •* * Palmer Sellstrom was graduated from the local high school throe years ago. He has spent one year at college, working his way through and learning for the ministry. He will nit the pulpit at the First Luthran church this month, already laving preached at Swea City and East Chain, Minnesota. It seems ike Just yesterday he was n little kid. Let praise fall where it may. Wednesday, July 27. third child. Mr. Asa Brown's dairy farm. Mr. and Mr*. Cliff Oberg left Saturday night for a week's vacation to be spent visiting relatives and and friend* at Ames, Marshalltown and De* Moines. Mr. Oberg 1* employed by Gail Town*. The picnic of the Trinity Lutheran ladle*' aid will be held Thursday afternoon, at Call state park. Anyone wishing transportation to the park Is asked to bi at the church at ? p. m., Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Hchaap and daughter, Diane, were Sunday guests at the home of the doctor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schaap, at Sheldon. Diane remained for a visit with her grandparents. Jimmle Holt, son of Mr. and Mr*. Chet Holt, returned from a boy's camp at Okoboji, over the week end. He gained 12 pounds and learned to like cottage cheese, and his parents haven't recovered from the shock yet. Mr. and Mr*. Sum Smith and Mrs. Mary Lalng left Friday for Grand Island, Nebr, to attend the funeral of Bert M. Hall, brother-in- law of Mrs. Lalng. Myrtle Klocke is managing the Smith lunch room until they return. E. 8. Kiruey I* back from a vacation trip up In Minnesota fishing. He is proudly dliplaylng & picture of a big northern pike caught during his vacation there. The Ash weighed a little over 14 pound;, according to the Duke. Audra Ilenton and Delia and Edith Welter will leave Wednesday morning for a three weeks' vacation trip in the west. They will visit Audr&'s slater, Mrs. A. K. Kissack at Bun Francisco, and Harry Welter, a brother of Delia and Edith, at Los Angeles. Cameron Nlilrrk, three year old son of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shierlc. was injured Thursday, when he fell from his trlryi.-le and struck so that his two upper front teeth cut through his upper lip. The trlcyclu was going down hill and Cameron wnn unable to atop It. Florence Dchnrrt, duuichtcr of William Dehncrt, arrived Friday, from Baltimore, Maryland, to visit until mid-August. She has been in the social security employ slnoj February, und recently passed u six months probation teat, whl:h gave her permanent appointment. Mr. unj Alii*. C. H Momyer, daughters, Maxine and Margaret, and John Momyer spent last week at Clear Lake. Margaret Colt's son, Jackie, Evanston, III., wan also there. Mr. Colt arrived last Wednesday and spent the remainder of the week with them.- They returned" Saturday, Walter C'olliii* Beard»ley ol' Al- goiiu, was listed on the spring semester honor roll of College of Arts and Sciences, University of Texas recently announced by Dean H. T. Purlin. Beurdsluy was among the best 384 out of 5,870 student* in the college. Walter i» u son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beardsley. Paul Berger, former high school athletic coach, visited Algona friends from Friday until Sunday. He is now living in Waterloo, and attending a summer school course at the Iowa State Teacher*' College at ssuth hosnitil ! ' rhf express office had two l»oxc» Th'« i. thTii\ on the sidewalk In front with con- Is ennloved at' te " tfl from the Bnake ki " B '" TeXBS ' 1» en.pioyea at „,...,„,. -t,.-,. _ m»1<, «,h<.n nn«l<!n<r , _ especial Intercut being to Old M«\- 1 Cedar Fails. He will coach at West- ico. At San Fwuulo, California, they were gu«»t* oj Mr*. Bolwr 1 * aunt, Mr*. Minnie Ktttea, They traveled through Ztop Buk, Bjryco Park, YeUowston* ItaC and Big Timber, Montana. M L*wi*ton, Montana, they were flute nt Mr*. B*k- *r'* «i»Urs, Mr*. H, P. Oromby and Mr*. P. J. D«g«an, Dr. Baker's sister. They al»o vUlt«4 Mr*. Baker's brother, Robert Ct*U«, Wye. Lucas, at New field high school at Westfleld, New Jersey, thin fall and will teach mathematics in connection with his coaching dutie*. He will aulu Laird Duncan, son-in-law of Mr*. George Free a* coach- Evelyn Smith accompanied him fro&i Cedar Fall*, and vltited At the home of her mother, Mr*. Clyde Smith, during the week end. Evelyn is completing a course at the Iowa State Teacher* College. sh , ed a ,, ttle when for there were holes, presumably for air. big enough to let forked tongues through. • » * A beautiful red squirrel plays around the new McCulIough home. It* oddity 1* « mow whit* tall. * » • The Brownies, winners of the state haselxJ) meet, brought hon'c a trophy from the district tournament and one from the final. On display at the ball game Sunday night they were pased around for admiration When everyone had seen them nnd they were returned each was minus a baseball bnt. a part of the trophy. Souvcnior hunters, purloiners. or just plain dirty work. • * • No band shell. The council refused to consider It.. Taxes are collected to support a municipal band, taxes are paid In to teach a hundred or so kids in school the art of ploy- ing instruments. The people must want a band shell. They voted the taxes as well as pay them. Then a few, half dozen or so, men rule not. Well, an election Is coming In the spring and going the Odds and Enda a second will -say, "Let's get up a petition." * • • If anyone In the county ha* not authority to keep the highways open for traffic, It'* time someone wan bequeathed with that power. If anyone within the county has that authority, now is the time he or she was exercising It. Complaints come and rightly ones, against the cars parking on the road near the baseball park. Drivers going south from the game and from town were forced to wait while cars rested four deep across the road enjoying the game from a distance, Sunday night The wait wasn't a matter of moving cars In one traffic lane, It was fifteen or 20 minutes before someone was balled bad enough to move end that makes enemies. Mamager, Fenton, Injured by Horse Melvln Mansager, Fenton, suffer ed a broken right arm and a badly bruised left arm, Wednesday afternoon of last week, when a horse that he was caring for, which had the sleeping sickness, raised its hind feet Into Melvln's face. Mansager had put the horse In the orchard, away from other horses and with the help of his brother, Henry, of Cylinder, had the animal on its feet when the mashap occurred. In trying to protect his face, Melvln raised his arms, saving his head from Injury, but otherwise suffering the Injuries as described. The horse is recovering from the dis- News of4-H CLUBS Fenton: The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Saturday afternoon, July 30, with Betty Jean Schwartz. Roll call was answered by "An Experience in Painting Furniture.?' Ruth Dreyer gave a talk on "An Improvised Dressing Table"; Poetry was given by Kathryn Ohm. Betty Jean Schwartz and Irene Bleckwenn. Faith Flnnestad of the Fenton club had the high score In the health examination and will compete with the girls of other clubs in the county at the annual Achievement day. Mary Ann Bonn nnd Irene Krnuse will be the Fenton Forwards' demonstration team. They have selected "From Rags to Rugs" as their project. Gall Hesse of Hartley, a guest of Lavonne Newel, was n guest at the meeting. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Mary Jane Reding, Whittcmori>, returned home last Monday evening nfter a visit with relatives here. Ambrose Ulaschcn left Friday for his home at Cedar Rapids, Neb., to attend the wedding of his brother, Leo. Nemmers, Bancroft, Gets Four Months On Liquor Charge Sylvester Nemmers, the Bancroft man who wanted only to help his brother In distress, was sentenced Friday to four months in Jail for illegal possession of Intoxicating liquor, the defendant pleading gull ty before Judge Heald In district court. Nemmers' brother, N. J. Nemmers and his companion Albert Hopkins meanwhile still languish in the Kossuth county jail as thev are unable to furnish bond of $1,BOO each. They were bound over to the grand jury on charges of stealing chickens. The Bancroft man carno to visit his brother and his companion after they had been arrested on n charge of stealing chickens. Th^ Nemmers brothers went into the lavatory In the basement of the court house nnd Art Cogley discovered them there with a bottle of alcohol which Sylvester had thoughtfully brought along to cheer his brother. Judge Heald will be in Algonn today, Tuesday, to take up matters which have come up for consideration since his last visit. One case scheduled Is that of O. S. Warner charged with driving while Intoxicated. Mr. nnd Mrs. Casper Knyser and daughters. Alma nnd Julinnne from Owntonnn. Minn., spent the week end with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fuhrmann nnd family and Veronica Fuhrmann. nil of Chicago, returned Snturday nfter a week's visit with relatives nnd friends. Plans are being mnde for n benefit party for St. Joseph's school on Aug. 2IHh In the new St. Joseph's Hall. Pete Kuhl's orchestra from Manning will play for the dance. Sister M. Bonavita. Sister M. Bcn- vanuta nnd Sister M. Deotilla. the daughters of Mrs. Susan Bertc. nre visiting here with their mother nml other relatives. Brother Math Bertc of Techney, III., n son of Mrs. Berte. Is nlso here on n visit. Anna Kayscr left Sunday for n visit at the Casper Kayser homo near Owatonna. Minn., nnd the Nick Phillips family at. C.'laremont. Stir will also visit with the Roth family at McGrath, Minn. The Roth family formerly lived in this vicinity. ST. JOE NEWS Anna Kayser spent last Wednesday at the Olaf Solberg home In Algona. Rev. Nicholas J. Becker from Emmetsburg was a caller in this vicinity Sunday evening. Infant Son Baptized Fenton: Gnry Jon, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach. was baptized a week ago Sunday In St. John's Lutheran church here by the Rev. R. W. Kabclitz. Sponsors were Mrs. Ernest Christiansen of Esthervillc, Floyd Torgeson of Bode and Eddie Wittkopf of Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Zutnach entertained at dinner thnt dny In honor of their son nnd guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Torgeson nnd sons of Bode. Mr. nnd Mrs. August Zumnch of Rolfc, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Christiansen and daughter, Colleen of Es- thervllle. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earle Thees- fleld nnd daughter, Knren Joyce of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. J. J; Theesfleld of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Enrle Love of Chicago, Luelln Bell of Algona nnd Eddie Wittkopf of Lotts Creek. Hospital News Ko»tith Hospital Tuesday. July 2fi - John Weber of West Bond entered for medical care. Tuesday. July M—Mrs. Henry Weber of Corwith entered for major surgery. Tuesday, July 26—Dunonn Frnser of Algonn, medical patient. Wednesday, July 27—Mrs. Jamea Asa Rave birth to a bnby boy. Wednesday, July 27 Mrs. Herbert Arndorfer of Irvington. mediral Wednesday. July 27—Alden Reid of Algon.i underwent nn appendectomy. Saturday. July 30—Mrs. Minnlo Garvick of Elmore, Minn., entered for medical care. Monday, August 1—Mrs. Clifford Blnnchard of Irvington underwent nn appendectomy. Monday, August 1—Lucille Pepoon. home demonstration agent, of Algona. hnd her appendix removed. Oeneral Hospital Wednesday. July 27—Mrs. F. G. Trow of Kmmetsburg entered as R medical patient Thursday. July 28 Mrs. Helmer Flelmers of Algona. major surgery. Saturday. July 30 Dori« rind Vel- In Bstle of tedyard underwent ton- slllectomics. Tuesday-Wednesday August 2-3 7 Grand Stars 7 In Two Gront Atti action 3 Paul Muiil Bcttc Davis in "BORDERTOWN" (Second Feature) Janet Gaynor Robt Taylor In "SMALL TOWN Thursday-Frlday-Saturday, August 1-0 Big 3 Way Show •CA1LTHE . [MESPIEERS THE 3 MESQUlTEERS (Second Feature) Jimmy Savo Nan Grey In "RECKLESS LIVING" Plus "Fighting Devil Dogs" Hero nr«» fuel**! I <»0<Ml It en sons Why Ice is the Best ITS SAFE ... Ice does not give off fumes, nor are there any electric wires to cause r. short-circuit. ITS SILENT ... No noise or vibration accompany ice at work; the peace and quiet of your home is unmarred. ITS DEPENDABLE . . . Power shut-offs and blown fuses do not hinder Ice refrigeration In the least. ITS ECONO.tnCAL ... No "service bills" because there are no mechanical pnrtit to wear out. Two pounds for a cent. 500 Ib. book . _ _$2.50 Telephone 270 for Delivery Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Mrs. H. J. Bacon, daughter Etta, and Mrs. Ira Kohl spent Saturday in Mason City visiting relatives of the Bacons. Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Igou of Uows were guests last week Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson. Good. Josephine and MarKuret Dithl- hauser and George Stewart visited at the home of the girls' parents, Mr. und Mrs. Peter J. Dahlluiuser at West Bend, Sunday. Mrs. E. \V. and diiuifl>- :er, Barbara and Helen Corey left for Minneapolis Saturday. Mr. Hunsen followed his wife and daughter the next day and the Hansons will vacation with Mrs. Hunsen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Duncan a couple of weeks. Miss Corey will visit friends in the Twin Cities for a week. L. E. Linnan and her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Wassenberg of Marysville, Kansas, left Monday for a week at the Falkenhainer cottage on Hay ward's Bay at Lake Okoboji. Sheila Wassenberg, another guest at the Linnan home left for her home at White Bear, Minn.. Sunday. "Sheila is a niece of Mr. Linnan. The New Phone Numbers of The Upper Des Moines for News, Want Ada or Display Service Maybe We're "All Wet Or Are We? It's no secret that this paper staunchly believes in the theory of "buying at home"—and we practice what we preach. We're not "loco" on the subject—we know there are times when buying away from home cannot be helped, but we don't think it need happen very often. Neither do we say—desert your home town businessman and trade in Algona instead, except when you can't get what you want in your own community. But just between us, we do know this. We know that our Algona merchants carry good merchandise. We know that they know their business. They know what prices are right, and they buy merchandise they know you and I will be interested in. They're human, too, and pretty good fellows. They'll be here tomorrow, and next month, and next year, and customer satisfaction is what they guarantee. They pay their taxes to help keep Kossuth county operating; they support our schools; they donate to our lodges, charities, clubs and all civic movements. And maybe you'll find them willing and able to help you in the many ways that only friends and neighbors can help. We think they deserve consideration; don't you? The Algoita Upper lies I 'i § O O' O O S S ;| »»3s«toeo»i«oeca»»eM«c^^

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