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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Koines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 13,1938 Burt Woman Visits 111 Chicago Sister Burt: Mrs. ,T. W. Dorrnnco returned td Chicago Wednesday to visit her Sister, Mrs. Sid Barteau, who has been very ill in a hospital there a ntrtnber of weeks. Her life wns despaired of several weeks ago, but she later improved. However, recent reports have not been very favorable again. Mrs. Paul Macauley snd Mrs. R. L. Cogdill helped at the Dorrance home during her absence. BEST SELLERS HATS All copies of hats you've envied . . . irrisistibly low priced.' Newest toques, trlcornes, high crowned brims. Shop today. $1.95 up PURSES Smart purses for tailored daytime in sportswear. Stunning top handle and soft pouch bags. Black, wine, brown, Havana tan. $1.00 HOSE Gorjus hose in the new fall colors. Luxury three thread sheers. Mirror clear and long wearing. 79c—$1.00 The ELITE A&P Food Store "Back to School Values"! A. & P. Bakrn' Fresh SOFT TWIST BREAD •J loavrfc for It's delicious—nourishing Sultana Peanut Butter _-2 Ib. jar 25c M.-lli) Wheat 28 oz pkg. 17c N. B. f. *!*» 1 lb. box 22C Shredded Wheat--12 oz pkg 12c .V. B. C. Griihain Crakers 2 lb box 30c Del Monb- V ( Hvt>. or sliced Peaches 7— 1% ens $1 loua V. C'. ilvb. or hlitfd Peaches 8— Zy 2 ens $1 Hole's Pineapple Gems __ 14 oz. can IGc A. & I'. Pineapple Juice __ 46 oz can 25c Del M»nt<* Sliced No. 'i'i can Pineapple _2 cans 39c Uvl Mimtf C 'rushed No. i'j > n Pineapple 19c Koyul Aiui Cherries 2 No 2 ens 29c Polks' Orange Juice Two 1 qt. 14 oz ens 49c Heinz Scups (Kx. fhic'kfii (iuiulxi, <-'OD- ounuilf ului Clam C !u>v,dvi i 2 16 oz. f* ,C«n» uC D C Cluken (jiuiibo, ( oii.->oiiiiin- & {'hottder 10 oz. csui lot- SPECIAL SCHOOL OFFLR A School Pencil Set for only lOc and Labels from any 2 Ann P Foods! Ask Manager for Detail* FAIR PREMIUM AWARDS MADE (Continued from Page One) Carl Hcnkel. Poultry W. E. Bmiman. Humboldt. winner of 15 first place awards, eight seconds nnd two thirds. Margaret Bauman, Humboldt. won eight first plftce awards, four seconds and seven thirds. Burton Baumnn. Humboldt was the winner of 10 first place awards nnd four seconds. Will Christenson. Fenton, wns the winner of 10 firsts and two second with his poultry: Oscar Ebcrt. Pocahontas, wns the winner of 10 firsts, three seconds and five thirds. Leonard Ebert. Pocahontas. toolc seven firsts, five seconds nnd two thirds. The poultry of Mrs. F. X. Ebert. Pocahontas. and four seconds. took 12 firsts F. X. Ebert. Porahontns. took to firsts, eight seconds and five thirds. Poultry judging this year was done on a competitive basis. Next yenr it is hoped to have poultry exhibits rated according to their actual merit and blue ribbons given to nil chickens rnnked in the first class instead of naming one first place winner. Torn Corn—professional class: Best ten ears, entered by E. R. Mawdsley. Irvington. CJorn—professional single ear entered by Frank Sanford. Corn—amateur cinss: Best ten ears entered by Mrs. Edwin Marty. Algona. Corn—amateur class: Best single ear entered by Mrs. E. McConnell. West Bend Has Quota Teachers In All Sections West Bend: Among the young people who are teaching this year are Miss Gezina Schutter at Wesley; James Barber, nt Radclifto: Quentln Kongsback, at West Branch again this year; Mae Stiles Is teaching the Ray Watson school, in Fern Valley township; Augusta Butts- more, center school In Garfield township; Ruth Needing is teaching her first term at Enrlville this year, having graduated from Dubuque University in June: Leila Freiden teaches the third and fourth grades in the Ayrshire consolidated school. Students attending college this yenr from West Bend nnd vicinity are John Schutter. who is taking: a course in medicine nt the State University; Grace McDowell th'. Iowa City for her junior year in college; Miss Esther Needing and brother. Otto, leave this week for Dubuque where Otto will enter his junior year and Esther will be a freshman. Richard Barber u'i'/l again attend Waldorf College at Forest City. Mary Virginia Swartzfager is attending junior college nt Emmetsburg, Margaret Nessen is taking a course in cosmetology 'it the Thompson Beauty School in Des Moines. Ilene Jurgens, Florence Ford. Margaret Dunn are nt a business college in Mason City and _ i a nusiiioa college in mo cjass: Best Bettv Wegt at \ Va ldorf. Algona. Apples Best four varieties of fall apples, one plate of each—winning plates entered by Thoreson Brothers. Swea City. Best four varieties of winter apples, one plate of each—winning plates entered by Frank Geigel. Best tray of Wealthies entered by Merle Wellendorf. Algona. Best Northwest Greenings entered by G. C. Barton. Algona. Women's Nei-dlework Neva Thompson. Ixme Rock; Mrn. Art Krause. Fenton. nnd Mrs. F. R, MilleU. Livermore. all became eligible to enter their crocheted bedspreads in the national contest. FOfR- H CI.fB DIVISION Girls 4-H Club Work Blue Ribbon demonstration: Bancroft Busy Pals—Mary Francis Inman and Bernadine Hunt. Eligible to go to the Spencer fnir> Cresco Chums—Patricia Matern and Zelda Long. Blue Ribbon booths: Portland Pepp, Pals. Cresco Chums. Baby Beef Calves Grand champion nnd champion light Hereford owned by LaVerne Schroeder. Lone Rock. Reserve Champion. Hereford own ed by Kenneth Trenary. Burt. | Mrs. Kathryn Grippcn attended the Kossuth county fair at Algona Thursday night. Oscar Riley and some friends are fishing in northern Minnesota for a couple of weeks. W. H. Dnubendiek left Thursday for Excelsior Springs, Missouri, to try the springs for relief for his rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wilderman were business visitors at Algona, on Saturday morning. They went after p load of oil for the Standard station. Miss Dorothy Miller left Monday for Cedar Falls where she will attend Iowa State Teachers College this year. She will be a senior this year. Mr. and Mrs. Eric H. Daubendiek of Los Angeles, California, who have been visiting his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek. left Wednesday for Calumet to visit the F. W. Daubendiek home before returning home. Mr. Daubendiek is an expert welder by trade. Stephen B. Williams left Thursday for Canton. Missouri, where he will again tench music in Culver Stockton College again this year. He spent the past two weeks here, visiting his mother. Mrs. Ida Williams. He taught in the summcr school there, so only had two week 1 *' vacation. Miss Leah Traub opened her bake shop Saturday in the building form- First Shorthorn owned by \Vallar» | erly occupied by Dr. Weber's den• tal office. Everything was sold out before evening, and shows West Bend needs a good bake shop to supply home cooked and bake.l goods. Miss Traub formerly worked at the Franklin hotel. Hawcott. Burt. First Angus owned by Clifford McGregor. Armstrong. Hfrrforcl Blue Ribbon Winners Edward Elbert. Whittemore; Gladys Elbert. Whittemore: Beatrice Kollasch. Whittemore: Marvin Rochleau. Whittemore: Eileen Roch- leau. Whittemore: Kenneth Trenary. Burt. and Delton Krause, Lone Rock. Light Hereford Blur Ribbon Winners Merita Thoreson. Swea City: L^Vern Schroeder. Lone Rock: Wallace Johnson. Armstrong: Clifford McGregor. Armstrong: Morris Johnson. Armstrong; Orville Muller. Whittemore. Angus Blue Rihhon Winners Kenneth Trenary. Burt: Wallace Hobson. Lone Rock: Richard Peterson. Lakota: Lloyd Saatoff. Burt. Shorthorn nine Ribbon Winners Wallace Hnwcott. Burt; Shirley Mttrlow. Lone Rork: Daryl Hunt. Bancroft: Deleina Rogers. Bancroft. Lone Rock People Attend Wedding Anniversary Party Lone Rock: The H. A. Wienera the Carl Wieners, and the Henry Schrotdtrs fcptnt Sunday evening 'At the PvOy Chnschillfs. Fenton, in .norjur of tr.tir 34th wedding an/iiv- i:j-.ary Mrs Martha Christ hilles. New Home Nearly Completed, Livermore Livermore: The home of Hiram Hewitt is near completion in the north part of town, and is an eight room modern home. There is a full basement, and built in features. M;-. Hi-witt. a carpenter himself, has certainly done a nice piece of work there in view of the fact that he wrecked hi.s old homo which was more than fifty-five years old. and with the ma'.erml and some new added he has built this modern home. Leave to Teach Titonka: Local girls who will tea-.-h at different points in the state, beginning next week are: Helen Beed. Arnolds Park; Ida Sachau. Kanawha: Leota Oetserreicher. Ric?ville; Marie Buffington. Osage; Hazel Budlong. Hampton; Fern Krantz. Redfuld. 42 ATTEND HARRIS FAMILY REUNION Forty-two attended the Harris reunion held Sunday, Sept. llth at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris and son, Everett and wife and Danny, Jr., on the M. P. Haggard farm between Lone Rock and Burt. Present were Mrs. A. Stoddard and sons, Paul and Arthur, Bode: Mrs. W. Pickens and son. Roland, Granada. Minn.; Mrs. W. C. Hoppe and daughter. Faith, sons Ernest. Arthur and Wayne. Renwick: Will Maasdam. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoppe and son. LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Maasdam. Bradgate. Guests were Mrs. R. Long and son. John nnd Robert Binzer. Charles Baylor. Messrs, nnd Mesdames E. E. Paine and Edwnrd Hoppe. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Peron nnd daughter, Mildred, sons. Reinhold and Arthur, all of Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox. Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Martin, Algona: Miss Lucille Neat. Mnn- kato. Minn., nnd Will Veldhouse. of Kanawhn: two sisters. Mrs. Joe Sweazy. Seattle, Washington, and Mrs. Carrie Poole. Muscatine; n brother. George Harris of Eidridge. N". D.. were unable to be present. A covered dish dinner was served cafeteria style at noon. Flowers and a shock "of corn decorated with fruit and vegetables were on the lawn where the group sat. A program was presented in charge of Miss Faith Hoppe. Thuls Home From 300 Mile Journey St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and daughter. Rita, and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner returned on Saturday evening from a 3.000-mile trip through the Dakotas and Canada. The' St. Joseph parochial school opened Monday, Sept. 12th. Helen Homan from Cedar Rapids. Neb., started work this week at the Henry Bormann home. Eleanor Klein returned to Wheat, on. Monday after a several weeks' visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eischen and family from near Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Peter Kav- ser home. Mr. and Mr. Nick Bormann. Lorena. Eleanor and Jennie visited with relatives in Dell Rapids, S. D., the past week. Madeline Bueb and Viola Klein arrived here Wednesday for a visit with relatives and friends. The girls have been working nt Glen Ellen. 111. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hogan purchased the Kellner house and lot in St. Joe. The Hogans have been living in the house for the past several years. Clarence Marso. his mother and sisters returned Monday evening after assisting with harvesting at the farm of Mrs. Marso's brother i North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg and daughter, Adeline, returned Saturday from a visit at the Casper Kayser and Nick Phillips hornet at Owattonna and C/aremont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fuhrmann and family and Mrs. Clara B.ecker from Gainesville. Texas, arrived on Saturday evening for a week's visit with relatives :\nd friends. John S. Reding and son. Harold find George Bormann attended ;i stock sale at Manly. Wednesday. Mrs. Harold Reding and daughter. CheryJI visited with the Brent Ber^s at Garner, former neighbors of the Reding.*. HI with Blood Poisoning Lone Rock: Kyrwood Quinn is suffering from blood poisoning caused by u. boil on his arm. Classified Ads Fenton Instructor's Uncle Passes Away Fenton: Mr, and Mrs. William Julius attended the funeral of Mr. Julius' uncle, Leo E. Julius, Fott Dodge, Friday morning, held at Sacred Heart Catholic church. Mr. Julius, 40, died suddenly Tuesday noon from a heart attack. He had been a resident of Fort. Dodge for 35 years and was a motion picture operator by trade. He is survived by his widow, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Julius of Fort Dodge and a brother. William Julius of Storm Lake and three sisters. Mrs. Robert Sell of Palmer, Mrs. W. H. O. Ell- ingi-r of Manson, and Mrs. F. K. Grant of Rolfe. j William Julio- K the new band j instructor of the Fenton jnibli. ] school. ! Hospital News | tox&xis^^ Kossnttt Monday, September i—J. J. Sherman of Bancroft entered for medical care. Tuesday, September 6—Mrs. Harry Bartele of Titonka gave birth to a baby boy. Tuesday, September fr—Ruth Froehlich of St. Benedict underwent an appendectomy. Tuesday, September 6—Mrs. Herbert Butts of Algona gave birth to a baby girl. Thursday, September 8—Mrs. Ann Pruisman of Titonka entered for medical care. Thursday, September 8—E. J. But • ler of Whittemore, medical. Friday, September 9—George Steir of Algona entered for minor surgery. Saturday, September 10—Maxine Simpson of Lone Rock had her appendix removed. Sunday, September 11—Mrs. P. H. Coplin of Burt entered for medical care. Monday, September 12—Mrs. M. J. Streit of Algona, baby girl. Monday, September 12—Verle Kraus of Swea City underwent an appendectomy. Monday. September 12—Irena Van Der Veen of Lakota. appendectomy. Monday, September 12—Mrs. J. Farrow of Lakota entered for medical care. General Hopltal Thursday. September 8—Leonard Meyer of Whittemore, major surgery. Friday. September 1—Celeste Moulds of Algona had her tonsils removed. Saturday, September 10—Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., of Algona underwent a major operation. Saturday. September 10—Gordon Nichols of Algona entered for medical treatment. Sunday. 'September 11—Minnie Scheppman of Algona underwent a tonsillectomy. Monday, September 12—Mrs. Howard Sparks of Wesley gave birth to a baby boy. Fenton Nine Win* From Whittemore Fenton: The FeTnton high school baseball nine played their first game this season, Friday afternoon at Whittemore when they defeated th* Presentation Academy, 9 to 1. John Schmidt, pitching for Fenton, allowed t hits, struck out 13 men and walked 9. Vernon'Ohm caught for Fenton, without errors. The Whittemore batteries were Sterler, Webber and Bisenhis as pitchers and Elbert and Farrell, catchers. They struck out 11, allowed four hits and gave two passes on balls. Fenton will play Ringsted Tuesday at Ringsted. Other players on the Fenton team besides those mentioned above are: Infield. Fred Greinert at first: Ernest Skare at second; Herbert Km use at third and Howard Schulte at short. Outelders are Lester Gade at left, Donald Bergeson in center and Duane Wlddel In right. Burwash and Elmers are relief hurlers and Harlan Holldorf is substitute fielder. Although the calendar is not complete, games scheduled so far this fall are: Sept. 13—Ringsted (therei: Sept. 16—Cylinder (here); Sept. 20 —Lone Rock (there); Sept. 23— Whittemore Academy (here); Sept. 30—Wesley (here); Oct. 4—Ringsted (here): Oct. 7—Lone Rock (here); Oct. 14—Cylinder (there.) Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zielske are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday. Her mother, Mrs. Brack of Swea City is caring for her. 10 Pound Boy Born To Swea City Pair Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanftner are parents of a new 10 pound son. Marie Jacobs is caring for the mother and child. New Dentist Here Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason are getting settled this week in Algona. at 311 East Kennedy street. Dr. Eason moved here recently from LuVerne. to continue his practice of dentistry. They have two children, Mnrjorie Lou. 11. and Mary Susan, 4. Dr. Eason's office is over the James drug tore. Fenton P. T. A. Forms Fenton: The first meeting of the Fenton Parent Teachers association will be held Tuesday. October 4. according to Supt. M. E. Otterness. Chairmen for this year and the month in which they will serve are listed below. October, Mrs. Donald Weisbrod; November, Mrs. K. W. Ruskc; December. Mrs. Clyde Humphrey: January, Mrs. E. ''. Fauerby: February, Mrs. A. J. Krause: March. Mrs. Charles Newel: April. -Mrs. Fred Brown. Earh chairman is to appoint Uvo othor members to help arrange the program. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, refreshment chairman for the entire year. will appoint an assisting program committee for each month. Suits for Fall Chrischilles Store PLANT There's nothing with quite as much style and utility as a three piece Fail and Winter suit. Use the chic short jacket suit for early Fall wear—Tor these cool September and October dayn. When the chill November wind.* blow, put on the swuggcr coat und you are ready for winter. Here in wine and dark green, small sizes, only Plan Wesley Band Wesley: Definite plans for the organization of a Wesley band were made at the meeting that was held last Thursday night. It is understood that the town council has promised aid toward financing ft band, although no official action has been taken by that group. Lessons tot Individuals wild cost 25 cents a week, payable monthly In advance. J. P. Studer Is temporary secretary of the organization. Boy Born to Rippentrops Lakotn: A seven pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cort Rippentrop at the Jake Telcamp home\on Sunday, Sept. 4th. Charle* Glfttw Home Scene of Aftniir«r*ary Fenton: Mr. and Mr*. Charles Glaus entertained a group of friends Friday evening at their home, celebrating thelf 30th wedding anniversary. Five hundred was the diversion with I!. C. Fauerby winning the high score prize, Wilbur Hotl- dorf the chair prize and Mrs. Arthur Mueller the consolation. Others attending besides those mentioned were Mrs. Fauerby, Mrs. Holldorf, Arthur Muller and Mr. nnd. Mrs. G. B. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Watt, Mr. and Mrs. John Gfatnenr, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean and a Mr. and Mrs. Kirstein of Clinton, Minn.. Buy Your Fur Coat How buy it at CHRISCHILLES STORE We stock fur coats. You may select your smart fur garment from these authentic Annis models, designed to give both warmth and chic. MULLINS' HYBRIDE CORWITH, IOWA The TRIPLE PROTECTED HYBRID, Time Tested for Adaptability, Yield and Quality. Place your order now and insure yourself of a sufficient supply of the seed you desire. 27-11 rr For Sale For Rent GOSS-AMOUR*...isthe Answer to the Maiden's (and the Matron's) Prayer P FOOD STORJES WAVl K > HF.NT Fun:-. c i'M'j ,11 re.- 1,1 iijun-. h.r.t li c. , tami n'i.'ichjfit-ry ii'.'n -'';- It ;i!l ' Of h.:li> Will yiv.: ;>!,> I ("i.cvrrjti ! >'ti(ir.-> ;i.-i'.r<l I'r-.fer Goss-Amourt The gossamer silk covered elastic NET, makes the entire back of this clever step-in, and satin fashions a firm front panel Model 3165 sells at an $250 unheard of low at ... The double net "Sta-Lo" bra is model 404 It's backless! Chrischilles Store CUSTOM-FIT PROPORTIONED HOSIERY b. by PHDENTX Tall, Average, or Small . . . you can now wear hosiery that's "knit to fit." Ask for your size in Phoenix —it will be tailored to exactly fit your individual leg proportions, TOP ..... correctly proportioned! THIGH .... correctly proportioned/ . correctly proportioned/ . correctly proportioned/ . correctly proportioned/ ANKLE . LENGTH LET US VULCANIZE those broken tins and tubes. AH work guar- anttcd.- Sampson Tire Service. 6-'f DHOP IN at Sampson's Tire S«r- vice when in need of a used tire or tube. 6-tt WANTKM Your 'lead ityx k • I/roru|A, limitary removal. Phone 7, Ak'ot.H. We p;»y all phone calls.-- \\ RcmK-ring Co. 11-tf »I«D pAtinc na THKVliF. HKKF. Beautiful heel l.nii-ji shox.-.. famous for Myle ainl romfoit They feature MiUK-fiUin 4 m el ami Jinn iuj,' arch support. At WINDOW GLASS Frii ts !<..'..,-t in years. Ktorrn sashes fitti-'l Labor ralt.s reasonable. Lu.= by:. i >ri>'.'. Store. "Vtf (oming to fcnuiirUburu, HoU-1 Kermore, WediurMlay forenoon, 2UI; Miuwu tit}, Hotel Orro Gordo, Tuesday, Hept iOtli. Ketuiu eveiy 28 day*. Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. who baa since 1907 treated Chronic, Nervous and SPBCIAi, DISEASES of lien and Women ScieoUOcklly. alM " ' ~ ~ ' " uc». Heart, Blood, Miscellaneous STRAYElJ-To ray farm August 16 a sheep. Owner identify and pay costs.- Etobert. Gustijfbou. Led SC-38" FUR KENT Two heated oil ice looms ovir Mot- i- Sjugrcn alure. Can Vie rented as ;i btntc or acpurale ly. HitUK'ird ^t Peterson. Inquire j yard. Alyonu Upper L>eh Muinea office. 30 ^"7*7.77: ~TT I Z 7r ~~ ° _ LOST Reddish brown collie pup. FOH SALE White Rock pullets. Answers to the name, Susie. Finder —Welli-ndorf Hatchery, 57 ', call hl'J-J. Htward. 3d ed of the Eye, Bar. NUM. Throat, Liuxf», _____ . _ . Bkln. Nervoua Debility. Nerves. Liver, Stomacb, Inte»tlue«. Kidney*, and Bladder. CooMimpUoa la BO earl Ringing I pUcjiay. Bi Catarrh. Ringing In Ear« and Deaf oe*i. Paraly* ,«. Neil^a. BpUcjiay. BictTSeadacEa, GoitriTKczeina, BeroXul*. •ta*« > Apptniilcitig, o ravel. BhtomVIt™ ofleint* tad ma > PILES, FISTULA, PISSUEiTl«4,<^wr. r ,I"«3«e» Tr$»t*a •£. ;,__i • . __. . Addnu DOF3 SurgtcaTCas Over lor - - tbowlbave JUcUl i ^ X>verlG% of my pfcUo&U ~ ' ive cured. .M.D. 1M4 E. ttrd at. CHICAGO, IL1. If we are unable to supply you with the proper size, a wire brings the great ANNIS wholesale and retail stores in Detroit, right into Algona. We are featuring swageer and semi-fitted coats thi-s Fall •— ultra modish garments with that indefinable STYLE which characterizes ANNIS coats. Caracul and Australian Seal are the popular furs because their price range is within the reach of every purse. Priced as low as $75.00 and caracul as low as $45.00. Buy your fur coat from an old established retail store. It is behind it. We absolutely tell you the truth about furs and we are always ready to adjust any differences which may* easily arise in selling furs. Buy your cur coat from an old established retail store. safest. It ia your protection. It is $1.00 IN THREAD WEIGHTS FOR EACH OCCASION (Each available in three proportions—tall, average, and small.) 2-thiead ... evening i dulSheer chiffon. ..Style 702 3-thread . . . afternoon dulSheer chiffon.. .Style 704 4-thread . . . everyday Style 705 service Style 700 Every pair is made by the ex- elusive Phoenix VITA-BLOOM process ... for greater beauty . . . better wear. Phoenix Custom-Fit top ... far ueater fit... chiffon 6-thread . chiffon Sea Phoenix Cuatom-Fit Proportioned in the secwoa's uewegt «hoxUw. CHRISCHILLES Store

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