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4 April 5, 194 Muon City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, ALGONAN LAST GUEST OF KING Patterson Only Iowa Visitor This Winter Algona—Gardner Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Patterson, is probably the last lowan to dine with the late King George II of Greece. Maybe he is the only lowan to have been entertained a the royal palace the past winter. On the day that newscasts were telling of the monarch's death. Mr Patterson received a letter from Gardner telling of himself anc Mrs. Patterson being entertainec by the king. He said they sat anc chatted informally about the fireplace for 3 hours after dinner. Mr. Patterson is employed by the Greek government and the Bank of Greece. He is one of men at Athens setting up a new monetary system in Greece. For 2 years he was foreign representative of the U. S. treasury department in Greece. Mr. Patterson is a Michigan university graduate. He also has a PhD degree from Harvard. He expects to return to the states next fall and is to teach economics at the University of Michigan. Lake Mills Library Adds Book by Pastor Lake Mills—Among the 40 new books added to the public library is "With Hands Uplifted," written by the former pastor of the Salem Lutheran church, the Rev. Joseph Knutson, now a pastor in Ames. The book is a collection of Lenten sermons. Other outstanding books added are: The Thresher, by Krause; B F.'s Daughter, by Marquand; Pavilion of Women, by Buck; Heturn to Jalna, by de la Roche; Lydia Bailey, by Roberts; So You're Collecting Stamps, by Hahn; We Shook the Family Tree, by Dolson Partners, by Hill; Miracle of the Bells, by Janney, and Straw in the South Wind, by Joseph. Recently the book, The Red Mountain, was donated by its author, Mrs. Lauren Nelson Baker. Companies Pay Heavy Taxes in Winneshiek Decorah—The Milwaukee railroad company will pay Winneshiek county $21,147.32 in taxes this year. Three other public service corporations will pay $17,529.98, as follow.s: The Rock Island railroad company, $6,636.78; the Northwestern Bell Telephone company $6,320.64, and the Interstate Power company $4,552.56. The total is $38,677.30. Store Modernized Nashua—The McGowan grocery at Nashua is being remodeled and rearranged into a self service store. •t North Iowa Schools Enter One-Act Play Festival —International Photo 5-INCH BABY—His 20 ounces of weight measuring 5 inches in length, this baby boy, born 4J months prematurely, has a precarious hold on life in Chicago's St. Mary of Nazareth hospital. Dr. Nicholas Cosciato looks through incubator's 8-inch window at baby. PLAN CREAMERY AT FT, ATKINSON Fort Atkinson — Fort Atkinso resumed its place as a butter pro ducing center this week when th recently formed creamery com pany took possession of the loca creamery preparatory to beginnin operations. Heading the" board of director s Martin Herold, president, an Anton Elsbernd, vice presiden }ther directors are Edward A fuhn, Dan Meyer, M. G. Leuen >erger, Frank G. Barloon, Henrv Viest, William Einwalter an lugo Liebold. Anton Novak, Jr., is secretary ermaker and Ray ssistant. C. Martin Choir Gives Concert Northwood—The Cornell college cappella choir of 60 voices gave program Thursday afternoon a ic local high school auditorium nder the direction of Franklin ,eBar, instructor in the music de artment of the college. Also ap- earing on the program was Samel Minasian, violin soloist. The oncert was sponsored by the lusic groups of the high school Machinery at GOLDFIELD, IOWA SATURDAY, APRIL 12 SALE STARTS AT 10:30 A. M. Electric Welder, Smith Lifetime Torch, Smith 30-Ib. Generator, 25-lb. Little Giant Trip Hammer, Western Chief Drill Stand, Band Saw, Thread Cutting Machine, Lawn Mower Sharpener, Foley Saw Filer, 5 H. P. Motor, All Blacksmith Equipment, Tools and Large Stock of Repairs. TERMS—Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. All items to be removed from building by April 15. J. A* MATHESON, Owner R. K. Uhr, Auctjoneer Braden B. Stoakes, Clerk PUBLIC AUCTION As I have purchased the personal property on the W. L. Palmer farm I will sell at 1'uulic Auction, on:— Wednesday, April 9th Time: 1:00 P. M. — Location: 15 wiles North of Albert Lea, Minn., on Highway 65 to Geneva, then 2 miles West and i mile South. 1 F-20 FarmalJ Tractor on rubber, with Cultivator; 1 Horn Drauhc Manure loader, brand new, fits IHC H, M, or F-20; 1 John Deere Corn Picker, single row. pull type, on rubber, late model; 1 John Deere field cultivator, 10 ft.; 1 John Deere 15 ft. disc with 18 in. discs; 1 John Deere Corn Planter, 999, with fertilizer attachment; 1 John Deere corn binder with bundle carrier; 1 IHC Grain binder, 10 ft., with P.T.O.; 1 IHC MoWer, oil bath; 1 IHC cndgate seeder: 1 Owalonna elevator, 40 ft., with tilting hopper, new; 1 Papec Ensilage Cutter, almost new, GO ft. of blower pipe; 1 wagon and new hay rack: 1 Letz feed mill; I Lime Spreader; 2 Sets harness and collars; 1 John Dccrc 2 bottom 16 in. slat bottom plow; I IHC Corn shredder, all steel, excellent shape. 10 sows and 70 pigs, 5 weeks old; 1 bay horse, smooth mouth, 1,400 Ibs.; 1 Black horse, smooth mouth, 1,400 Ibs. 81 HEAD OF EXCELLENT HOLSTEINS—6 young cows milking now. most of these have freshened since January and are in heavy production. 7 first calf heifers, milking since the middle of January; 3 second calf heifers springing; 1 second calf heifer to freshen in May; 2 first calf springing heifers; 1 roan cow milking now; 1 Purebred Guernsey Bull, 2 years old. This is an outstanding herd of large type Holsteins. Cows will weigh 1,300-1,400 Ibs. Heifers will weigh 1,100 Ibs. All are in excellent condition and milking heavy or springing. J.,500 bu. of good corn; 300 bushels of good oats. 1 1E36 Stndebaker 4 door Sedan, just overhauled and in excellent condition. LIBERAL TERMS: Open to all farmers regardless of location. No red tape. Distant buyers treated same as local buyers. You can finance any amount, I.onccr (ime can bp arranged on lareer amounts. You need not make advance arrangements. Yoor credit Is pood. We are here to serve- yon. Oar representative H-iJJ gladly five you fnformaljon. M. T.MORRISON, Owner Auctioneer: J. N. Brown Minnesota Sale Co., Clerk Have The Minnesota Sale Co. Handle Your Sale — It Pays SUI TO BE HOST AT 5-DAY EVENT Nora Springs, Waverly, Thompson to Compete Iowa City—Forty-five casts wi begin presentation of one-act play in the high school division of th Iowa play production festival a the University of Iowa Tuesday. The festival originally wa scheduled to open Monday bu was changed because of spring va cation at the university and th fact that a revised schedule mad it possible to handle all of th plays in 5 days. Class C schools will open th festival Tuesday at 2 p. m. an the last of the Class A schools wi! complete the affair Saturday eve nlng April 12. The group rating plan of judg ing again will be used and th committee will present certificates of award to groups rated "super ior" or "excellent." Here is the perf ormanc schedule: Tuesday, 2 p. m.—Crawfords ville, Earlville, Grandview, May nard. 7:30 p. m.—School for Blind Vinton; Crawfordsville, Webster Kinross, Mt. Vernon. Wednesday, 9:30 a. m.—West Liberty, West Branch, Cente Point. 2 p. m.—Sigourney, Em metsburg, Maquoketa, Missour Valley. 7:30 p. m.—Waverly, Knox ville, University HS, Iowa City Corning. Thursday, 9:30 a. m.—McGregor Ferguson, Nora Springs. 2 p. m.— Washington, University HS, low City; Emmetsburg, Estherville 7:30 p. m.—Missouri Valley, Sa City, Vinton. Friday, 9:30 a. m.—Thompson Bondurant, Stanley. 7:30 p. m.— Cedar Rapids, Franklin; West Wa terloo, Ames, Council Bluffs Lincoln. Saturday, 2 p. m.—Davenport Marshalltown, Keokuk. 7:30 p. m •Muscatine, Chariton, Ottumwa Cedar Falls. Phone Crew to Carry On Algona—If the threatened tele phone strike materializes only a skeleton crew will be -A work a the local switchboard. Manage ment personnel are 1 not union members and they will be on duty for this-office they are F. B Timm, manager, Leo Smith, serv- ce chief for Algona and Bancroft Miss Mareta Bestenlehner, chie: operator, and Matilda Runke, evening chief operator. Some 9.00C caDs are channeled through thi board here daily. Old Sheffield Firm Changes Ownership Shefficld- ihop, •The Kugler leather of Sheffield's oldest irms, his been sold to H. H. Noble if Eldora. Mr. Noble assumec management April 1. He has been associated with his brother in a similar business in Eldora. The leather shop, known as Stoll and Kugler, was operated fay hem for 53 years. Mr. Stoll died n 1941 'terminating the partner- hip. Mr. Kugler died 2 years ater and Mrs. Kugler has con- inued to operate the shop with he assistance of John Esslinger. 'enton Lutheran Aid Votes 40th Birthday Fenton—St. John's Lutheran Aid is making plans to observe its Oth anniversary April 20. Fol- owing are the 7 charter mem- >ers: Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Mrs. ,ena Stamer, Mrs. Emma Reimers, tlrs. Fred Jentz, Mrs. Bertha {rause, Mrs. August Bierstedt nd Mrs. Katherine Eimers. Airmen Will Discuss ight Plane's Future West Union —Ralph Schrader nd Oscar Hanson, operators of le Clermont airport, and Earl arpenter, Wadena, instructor at ie field, will provide' the pro- ram for the West Union Citizens' lub here Monday night, reports ester Larson, chairman of the rogram committee. Subject of their discussion will e "Future of the Light Plane," s they will report on activ.lies : the only airport in north Fay,te county. The dinner meeting will be held i the Holy Name Catholic church. Appoint Jim Gilbert aarner Town Marshal Garner—Jim Gilbert has been jpointed marshal for the town of arner by Mayor C. E. Barnes, nd began his duties Thursday. He ucceeds Ben Peterson who served i a temporary capacity following ie resignation of Aaron Greiman ime time ago. Meetings Of North Iowa CARPENTER—The town Sew ing circle will meet Thursday aft ernoon at the parish house. GARNER—The Garner Eastern Star lodge will meet at the lodg hall Tuesday. Members have been requested to note that this is th regular meeting date, the seconi Tuesday instead of the fourth. 1 special program of entertainmen has been provided. GREENE—The Friendly circl which was to have met April 3 will meet at the home of Mrs. Os car Anderson, April 8. PLYMOUTH—The Plymouth Ladies' Cemetery association will meet at the home of Mrs. Georgi Reynolds Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. LE ROY, MINN.—At the Guili meeting at the Presbyterian church these chairmen were chos en: Division 1, Mrs. Howard Hanks; division II, Mrs. Walte Bye; division III, Mrs. Elme Schultz. GREENE—The Ladles' Aid so ciety of the Greene church of th Brethren will hold an all daj meeting Wednesday at the home o Mrs. L. H. Kingery. DOUGHERTY—The followup meeting on "How and What t< Buy" will be held'at the home o Mrs. T. C. Ryan Tuesday. COURSE BOOKED IN HEARING AIDS Iowa City—Another intensive summer course on audiometry and selection of hearing aids has been scheduled by the University o Iowa for June 23 to July 19. It will be under the direction o Dr. Dean M. Lierle, head of the department of oral surgery ant otolarygology. The course is open to anyone, regardless of academi background, who can meet college entrance requirements. Students will take such course as lectures on audiometry am hearing aids, speech and lip reading, psychology of the deaf, and anatomy and physiology of the ear in addition to 3 practical laboratory sessions. Staff members, in addition to Dr Lierle, are Scott Reger, Jacqueline Keaster, Charles Strother, James Curtis, and Wendell Johnr.on. Austin Plans Barrow Show Austin, Minn.—Plans will be made here Monday and Tuesday the 1947 national barrow show by 11 officials of the nationa: swine breed association. They will have a 2-day session n the council chamber of the city hall. The first day the breed sec- etaries will meet as the Nationa' Association of Swine Records. The nd day they will meet with Ausin people in setting up plans for he 2nd national barrow show to ie held here, during the 5 days Sept. 15 -to 19. The national barrow show a rear ago attracted entries from 14 tales, and swine producers were egistered from 36 states. More han 1,700 barrows were entered he largest number ever assem- )led In one show before. West Union Hospital Superintendent Named West U n i o n—Mrs. Margery fielding was named superintend- nt of the West Union Community lospital to succeed Mrs. George 3isselson, who resigned to join ier husband on a farm. Mrs. Belding, whose husband, jeverne Belding, Waucoma, at- ends.Upper Iowa university, at Fayette, has been employed at the ospital since February. Her home own is Sioux Falls, S. Dak., and ie is a recent graduate of St. Jary's hospital, at Rochester, Sinn. Lawrence Bockenstedt has re- gned from the hospital board, ffective April 1. He served a umber of years on the board. Northwood City Dads 'Ian Tidier Streets Northwood—Purchase of a 1,00-gallon street flusher for use y the town of Northwood was uthorized by the council at this week's regular meeting. Delivery f the machine is expected on or efore June 1. The machine is quipped with a power pump and •ould be available as an auxiliary > tlie 2 fire trucks in fighting fire desired. DEPUTY RESIGNS Garner—Hancock county super- isors have accepted the resigna- on of Deputy County Treasurer elletta Jurgenson Schlei. Mrs. chlei has served in the capacity deputy treasurer and Hancock ounty automobile clerk for a umber of years. AFTERNOON AUCTION SALE Starting 12:30 p. m. sharp, Tues., April 8 600 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK: Will have a large run of local stockcr and feeder steers and heifers, butcher stock, veal calves, pigs and sheep, also a bunch of brood sows for Tuesday's auction. Get top prices for yonr livestock—consign now. Many buyers on hand. Write or call ns—we will look at any kind of livestock yon have to sell. We buy fat hogs every day. ST. ANSGAR SALE BARN Ben W. Mouw, Auctioneer—Phone 170 Axel Hansen, Manager, Phone 63-F-51 Office Phone 113 HERE Garner—Mrs. Ella Ayers enter tained her nephew, Albert Ander son and wife from Edmonton, Al berta, Canada, and Mrs. Jack Peters from Vernon, British Columbia, at her home here. Rake — Mrs. Rena Kallestad who has been employed at thi telephone office, began work Tuesday as assistant at the post- office. Manly—Mrs. Nels Brunsvold who has been a patient at a hospital in Mason City, has returnee to her home at Manly where she is recuperating. Rake — Mrs. Gordon Quamme and Benneth returned home after spending about 2 weeks at the parental Olaf Fjetland home a Blooming Prairie, Minn. Kanawha—-Mrs. Julia McCorkle of Mason City is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Brown since the latter returned from the Mercy hospital, Mason City, following an appendectomy. Manly—Atty. and Mrs. LeRoy T. Bosworth have returned from a southern trip, and Mr. Bosworth has resumed his practice at his law office in Manly. Brltt—Mrs. Evelyn Anderson has returned to her clerking duties in the Edgren grocery store after an absence of several months on account of illness. Plymouth—A new grader Is being tried out on the streets of Plymouth. T h o m p s o n—A. D. Florence daughter, Katherine, and sons Lindy and Larry, drove to Conception, Mo., Saturday to spenc Easter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Farr. Mrs. Florence who spent about 3 weeks, there to help care for her mother who has heen ill, will return home with Mr. Florence. Fenton—Mr. and Mrs. Hilber Hantelman and 3 sons returnee home Thursday after several days visit at the home of Mr. Hantelman's mother, Mrs. Christine Hantelman, in Minneapolis. Wancoma—Mrs. Fred Freeberg (Josephine Lovrien), Minneapolis Minn., came Wednesday to visi! relatives, the J. H. and H. M. Lovrien families. Manly—Carl Stroud, who Is a machinist at the Rock Islanc round house, and has roomed ;he Mrs. Jo Swanson residence for :he past 4 months, has rented one of the Simmer apartments. Mrs. Stroud arrived from Eldon Friday. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Ole Jorgen- ion and Mrs. Christine Larson spent a few days at the Carroll jarson home in Buffalo, Minn., and at the Swen Erickson home at Monticello, Minn. Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. Almen arson and 3 sons of pomeroy, visited her mother, Mrs. Lars Olson, and sister, Mrs. H. E. Harriman and family. Mr. Larson is a :eacher there. ' Rake—Mrs. Justin Torgerson and David of Bode are spending a few days at the Mrs. Delia Halvorson and Alvin Erdahl homes. Garner—Mr. and Mrs. Bill 'arus, and children, Lora Mae •ehman and Maynard' Schoneman, drove to Sibley Thursday evening 0 visit Mrs. Farus' and Miss Lehman's parents. The men returned the same evening but Mrs. Farus and children and Miss Lehman remained to spend the weekend. Fredericksbnrg— Mrs. William Ichutte, Jr., is a patient at the Vew Hampton hospital where she submitted to major surgery. Le Roy, Minn.—Relatives of Luferne Mortz make daily trips to Rochester to visit him at Colonial lospital. Garner—Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Copacek of Britt are parents of a son born at the Garner nursing home March 27. Le Roy, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. L. . Haines and son are at Beards- ey with relatives during Easter •acation. Nashua—Mr. and • Mrs. Fred lauser of Nashua are the parents f a daughter born March 31. Mr. teuser operates the Nashua weld- ng works and is the Case implement dealer. Fredericksburg —Friends have eceived word of the birth of a on to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mold- nhauer at Los Angeles, Cal. Jack s a former local resident. Riceville _ James Hughes is lelping his brother Francis Howrd, county recorder, with work n the office, during illness of the "eputy. Manly — Jerry Garvey, who is employed at the Hadisson hotel in Minneapolis, and Mr, and Mrs. ..eRoy Engel, also of Minneapolis, rere recent guests at the Frank "iarvey home in Manly. Rake—A large group of rela- ves and friends gathered at the iberty Lutheran church parlors ecently to honor Mr. and Mrs. llsworth Russ at a post-nuptial hower. After a short program the many gifts were displayed and efreshments were served. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Edgren, John, and Ruth of Des •foines were recent guests at the P. Hanson home. Mr. Edgren ras formerly superintendent of he local school. Clarion—Mr. and Mrs. George hul and daughter, Frances were ) arrive Friday from Omaha, ebr., for a weekend visit at the ome of Mr. Thul's mother, Mrs. C. Thul. Manly — Mrs. H. Monahan has eturned home from Mercy hos- ital, Mason City, after being a atient there for the past 3 weeks, ollowing an accident in her home which she broke her hip in a all. Rake — Harry Heath has been 1 with pneumonia. Jim Merriott f Pipestone is relief agent at the ock Island depot during Mr. Path's absence. Le Roy. Minn.—Merle Lamon t St. Ansgar visited his parents /ednesday. Manly—Miss Adelphia Mitchell, who is a member of the school faculty at Missouri Valley, will spend the weekend in Manly with her mother, Mrs. Bessie Mitchell. Rake—W. F. Mertz of Hayfield, Iowa, has arrived to make his home here with his son-in-law and daughter^ Mr. and Mrs. James HoleAk. Bode—W. F. Aldinger left Wednesday for Des Moines, where hi will enter the Veterans' hospita for observation for several days. Le Koy. Minn.—Mrs.' D. McGillivray, Jr., took the following women in the station wagon to Austin Wednesday: Mrs. D. McGillivray, Sr., Mrs. J. Hale, Mrs A. D. Brown, Mrs. W. H. Brown Mrs. W. E. Armstrong, Mrs. Joe Jensen and Mrs. R. Dick to attend the 60th anniversary of the McIntire Relief Corps. Hutchins — Mrs. Perm Eckels and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Forrest Eckels, and daughter, Mrs. '. ~ . Greiman of Garner, attended a shower at the Will McCutcheon home at Goldfield for their niece and cousin, Miss Alice Bjornsen who on Sunday will become the bride of Mr. Marvin Sloan of Corwith. ' Hutchins—Mr. and Mrs. George Gremmer are parents of a daughter born March 30, at the General hospital at Algona. Fenton—Mrs. Earl Dean is visiting in Shawnee, Okla., at the home of her son. Glen Ditsworth and ' her daughter, Mrs. Harley Green. Mr. Ditworth is geologist for Texaco Oil company in Shawnee and Mrs. Green lives on a farm there. Thompson—Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen, who spent the winter in Texas and on their return home visited in Hot Springs, Ark., arrived here this week. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Ole Ryg Sr., and Archie and Maxine Ryj spent a few days at the Lawrence Tesdahl and William Hines homes in Ames. Mrs. Ole Ryg, Jr., accompanied them home after a visit in Ames and with her parents in Massachusetts. Coulter—Dale Johansen, who attends Central college at Pella, was home recently to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Johansen. Dougherty — A farewell party was held at the Joseph O'Donnell farm recently. Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell purchased a home in Mason City and will move there in the near future. Riceville—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton are the parents of a son, John Frank, born Sunday at the Riceville hospital. Mrs. Warburton is the former Rosa Pflieger. Kanawha—W. H. Darrah has returned home from a visit with his sons, Bert Darrah and family, and Wallace, Jr., in Chicago. His granddaughter, Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Darrah, is also employed ;hefe. Manly—Mr. and Mrs, Frank Garvey received word of the birth of a granddaughter to their son and wife, Chief Pharmacist Robert and Mrs. Turner, March 30, at Charleston, S. Car. Robert, who is on the USS Shea, will leave soon on a cruise. Britt—Mr: and Mrs. R. E. •eorge of the George Drug company, spent several days in Laurens visiting their daughter, Mrs. Moe, and family. LIQUOR NOT PERMITTED BOB LIPKA Sat. CLIFF KYES Sun. GEORGE OLSEN HIS ENTERTAINERS AND HIS FAMOUS ORCH. TTTPC ° n| y S 1 - 24 I UCriJ* Tax Incl. LATE BUS FRI. . SAT. Witty Witticism I hate to do this, Pal—But I'm in a hurry to get over to Shady Beach!" TRY OUR ... SPRING CHICKEN BARBECUED RIBS JUICY STEAKS WALL-EYED PIKE Dine and Donee at SHADY BEACH South Shore — Clear Lake 2 BOYS SENT TO JUVENILE HOME Algona Youths Admit Wrecking Club House Algona—Eugene Nelson, 13, and Otis McKee, 14, both junior high boys, had a. hearing in juvenile court before Judge Fred M. Hudson on charges of vandalism. The boys were sentenced to the Iowa Juvenile home at Toledo and they will be taken there by Sheriff Cogley as soon as there is a place for -them. On March 22, the boys entered the Country club clubhouse northwest of here and wrecked the interior. Damage running into several thousand dollars was done. Electric light bulbs were broken, 160 window panes broken by fire from a .22 caliber rifle, locked doors were sprung and pried open, dishes and utensils were broken and strewn about the place and even furnishings had been hacked. The boys gave no reason for their acts. The boys' relatives are financially unable to pay damage repair but the building is being again put into shape for summer use. Juniors Offer Play Sheffield—The junior class of Sheffield high school will present their class play, "It's A Great Life," in the high school auditorium Tuesday evening. Specialty acts will be presented between acts. Kiddies Hunt Easter Eggs \Vhittemore — The Whittemore Community club sponsored an Easter egg hunt Saturday for the children of the community. The eggs were gaily colored by the club members. Each of many 'pay' eggs has an amount from 5 cents to a dollar written on the egg. The name of a merchant is also written on. The child finding the pay eggs makes a perfect bee line for the merchant whose name is on the egg. A free movie is also given for the children. TO CHOOSE QUEEN Ames — The identity of the queen of the Varsity "I" Carnival was to be revealed Saturday night at the carnival being held in State gymnasium. The girl selected will be Iowa State's candidate for queen of the Drake relays. A TEMPTING Easter Sunday DINNER will be served at The Soda Grill CECIL END "YOUNG WIDOW" SAT. with JANE RUSSELL COMING SUNDAY '^v/'X/ PA6AMOUNTS HILARIOUS SPRING BOMANCE • : r£'C2 '--'- I HOWLS » * SPIKED WITH HOWLS » SODDAPD BE SURE TO SEE THIS FUN-FILLED SHOW! F ' i' '

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