Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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\. PACrS f IOHT18H ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THUS!DAY, APRIL 2* StSS •MR. AND MRSL J. MARK PERRIN were married rrcrnHy in the Bethalto Baptist Church. The bride is the former Miss Barbara Fleming.—Photo by Marshall Sludio. wood bunro for an hour or morn and prt/cs were awarded to (hose excelling. The prospective bride, whose marriage will lake place June 19, openejd the miscellaneous and personal gifts which had been arranged on a pink and white decorated table. After the packages had been opened andUhe gifts displayed, refreshment were served by the hostesses. Travel Club With Thfl MtaflRB Paul The Travel Club,was entertained Wednesday night by the Misses Pearl and Lauretta Paul, at their home in Euclid place. Mrs. Lee Durham spoke on life In Japan. The Misses Paul served refreshments after a business session and program. Mrs. W. C. Myers, Mrs. C. J. Jacoby and Mrs. Clara KuRlor will be hostesses to the May .13 meeting of the club, enterlain- ing at the home of Mrs. Myers in Fairmounl. MISS CAROLYpr EMONS Miss Carolyn Emons, daughter of Mrs. C. W. Emons, 401 George St., will be one of the attendants to the May Queen who will be crowned May 2 during Mother's Day activities at the University of Illinois. Miss Emons, a speech correction major, is an honor student at the university, and she is a member of Pi Beta Phi, social sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Wynmn To Mark Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William S. Wyman of 2408 Birch St., are marking the fiftieth or golden anniversary of their marriage today,, and on Sunday, April 26, they will be honored at an open house to take place at the home of Mrs. Bertha Weber, 240G Birch St. Relatives and friends •re invited to call between 2 and 4 o'clock. The couple were married In Alton April 23, 1903 by Justice Robert Graham. John Flahay and Edward Brounfield were witnesses. Mrs. Wyman Is the former Miss Stella Lawless of Elsah. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman have lived in Alton since their marriage and are parents of 10 children. They have 3B grandchildren and 'J7 great-grandchildren. Their sons are Walter, William, and Herbert of Alion, Homer and Godfrey, and Albert of Fort Worth, Tex. Their daughters, Mrs. Frank (Gladys) Buckholz, Wiliiamsberg, Mo.; Mrs. William (Clara) Taylor, Godfrey; Mri. John (Stella) Gress, Hardin; Mrs. Walter (Lorraine) Jewell and Mrs. Roy (Dorothy) Lageman, Alton. El Draw Meeting Wednesday Night Mrs. O. E. Bude, 3442 Meri- riocia St., was hostess ot the KI Dracs Club Wednesday night and pinochle was played. Refreshments were served and a birthday gift was presented to Mrs. Bude by the club. Pri/es were received by Mrs. John Bower Jr., Mrs. Fred Caires, Mrs. Thomas Head, and Mrs. Bude. Mrs: Caires, 5023 Foresl Dr., will entertain the club in two weefci, WtU»» MISS PAItKlNS Miss Jeannie Parkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris R. Parkins, 512 Kaston St., left this morning with a group of students from Western Illinois Slate College, Macomb, on a lour of Mexico. The students will visit Monterey, Mexico City and Acapulco. The party, scheduled to return May 10, will also tour Texas. The students will be accompanied by a member of Western's faculty, Mi8c Shirley Ann Weber Honored Tuesday Miss Charlotte Pigfiott entertained Tuesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Piggoil. J7.T2 Seminary St., in honor of Miss Shirley Ann Weber who will lie married to Russell Rich of Medora on May 8. The home was decorated with spring flowers including gladioli, tulips, and snapdragons. and pastel colors were carried out in the refreshments. Twenty-two guests were present and games were enjoyed with prizes being awarded to those excelling. Gifts of a miscellaneous nature were presented to the bride-elect. CHub at MiM Wilm» Danitls, bride-to- be of pouald L. St. Peters, w*» fUMi of honor at a pre* nuptial shower Sunday afternoon at the Westerner Club. Mr*. l<ee Cook. Mrs. John Tom- sot}, and Mrs. Anna Strabel hostesses. || guests enjoyed Holly. Members of a canasta club, Mrs. John F. Crowe, Mrs. Glenn Scott, Mrs. Paul F- Row«, Mrs. Marvin Kimbl*. Mrs. Arthur Brinkman, Mrs. Henry Brinkman, Mrs. Kenneth Glynn and Mrs. Elmer Wulzjer, had luncheon today at Pcre Marqucite I/)()KP. After luncheon the women placed t anasta. at C«fft>fThm T>m weddlnj? of MlM Emily Virginia Stanley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stanley of Jerseyvillp, and Clement Francis Kirbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Klrhach of Carrollton, took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock In St. John's Church, CnrroHton. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Very Rev. Michael Enrlght amid a setting of white snapdragons, palms and tall candelabra, Mrs. Raymond Kchroeder of rnrrollfon sang "I Love You Truly" and an "Ave Maria" and William Alfcld, Carrollton, nang "Tiecausr." Mrs. Schroeder and Mr. Alfcld also sang a duet, "Through I he Years/ 1 Mrs. P. J. Steinacher, Carrolllon, sister of the groom, wns accompanist. The bride, who entered I he church with her father, wore a gown of blush sulln fashioned wilh a molded bodice which buttoned up the front lo a small petal collar of Chnntilly Incp, and the bouffant skirl, worn over hoops swept into ft long train. Her veil of blush Illusion was secured to a crown of lace. Her only jewelry was a pair of pearl earrings, and her bouquet was a wedding ring arrangement of delicate pink camellia's. The maid of honor, Miss Belty Stanley of Jerseyville, sister of the bride, wore n lilac bouffant formal with n tight fitted bodice, a tiered skirt of net over Inffetn with a cape of lace matching the bodice in lilac. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow carnations. Mrs. Leroy Payne of Alton, matron of honor, was attired in a powder blue gown identical in styling to that of the maid of honor, and her bouquet was of pink carnations. , Miss Stanley and Mrs. Payne worn floral headpieces which matched their bouquets. Little Miss Barbara ^Alfeld. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alfeld of Carrollton, niece of the bridegroom, was the flower girl. Her dress was of blue net over laffnta and she carried a basket of white rose petals which she scattered in (he path of the bride. The ring- bearer, James Sinclair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sinclair of Jerseyville, wore an Eton •uit. of navy and white. Clarence Kirbach of Carrollton served his brother as best man and Raymond Kirbnch of Carrollton, another brother of the bridegroom, WHS groomsman. August Pohlman, Car- rolllon, and Donald Langer, Eldred, were ushers. Following the wedding a reception was held at the country home of the bride's parents near Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Kirbach will entertain friends at a wedding dance this evening at the Legion hall in Eldred after which they will leave on a wedding trip. When she leaves Mrs. Kirhach will be wearing a gray and black three piece suit with black and white accessories. After- May 1 Mr. and Mrs. Kirbach will make their home at 609 East Exchange St., Jerseyville. Mrs. Kirbach is a graduate of Jersey Township High School and since her graduation has been employed as secretary for the Jersey County Farm Supply Co., Jerseyville. Mr. Kirbach Is engaged in farming on the Stanley farm near Jerseyville. Bonk Review-Tea At Presbyterian Church Mrs. Emily Kimhall Lilly, wife of John F. Lilly, of SI. Louis, on Wednesday at the First Presbyterian Church, reviewed the lile of Madame Schumann llcink, as told by the world renowned prima donna to her close friend and writer, Mary Lawton. The story is written in the first person, and the reviewer used the heavy Gorman accent of Madame Schumann Hoink. The smry is full of human, pathos, near tragedy, great emotional experiences, deep inspiration, and warm human interest. The story was written following an interview with Madame Schumann Heink when she had been on the concert and opera stage for SO years. Mrs. Lilly appeared under the auspices of the Janet Watson Auxiliary, and was presented by Mrs. Kenneth A. Burge. While here Mrs. Lilly met many women wlio had the pleasure of hearing her review, "The King and I," under the same auspices, a year ago. A reception wa s held in the church dining room following the program, and refreshments were served I nun an attractively decorated table. Pouring were Mrs. Kenneth Kelley, president, Mrs. George A. McKin- nc.v and Mrs. William K. Gratian. Mrs. K. J. Krupp was chairman and Mrs. Kenneth Carstens was co-chairman of the committee on arrangements. Practical Wit-**-, ta Meet at \\W* Practical Nurses of Illinois, Division 10. will meet at 8 oYlock Friday night at Ins Youne Women 1 Christian As* social ion. MISS FUJCllfct. Miss Marion Fluchel will bo a member of a class to he graduated tonight from St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing, St. Louis. Exercises will be at 8 o'clock in Christ Church Cathedral, Thirteenth and Locust Sis., St. I/iuis. Miss Kluchel, a graduate of Grnfton High School and of Alton High School with the class of 1950, is the daughter of Mrs. Phyllis Fluchel, and a granddaughter of Mrs. Emil Fischer of Chautauqua. The graduates of tonight will remain in training at St. Luke's Hospital until August. Department CJhapcnu Honored at Banquet Madison County Salon, Eight & Forty, was hostess Wednesday evening at a banquet at Mineral Springs Hotel, given in honor of the department chapeau, Mrs. Rolan Petterson of Elm hurst. Guests were present from St. Clair, Morgan-Greene, and Madison counties. Among officers from the vari- ovis salons wore Mrs. Arthur S. Peters of Belleville, chapeau of St., Clair County Salon; Mrs. K. L. Davis of Jacksonville, chapeau of Morgan-Greene Salon; Mrs. George Means of Nameoki, chapeau of Madison County Salon; Mrs. Carl Taylor, East St. Louis, demi-chapeau of (he department of Illinois. Miss Fannie Ullrich presided as toastmistress and chaplain was Mrs. Russell Gibson of Wood River. A skit, "The Family Album," .was presented under the direction of Mrs. William Peek. Taking part in the skit were Mrs. Frank Panyik, Mrs. Russell Gibson, Mrs. L. M. Cummings, Mrs. A. E. Springate, and Mrs. Fred Hite. Mrs. Paul Armstrong played musical accompaniments for the women, who portrayed pictures from the album from infancy to adulthood. The climax-was a wedding scene with the bride's husband a World War I soldier. Members of the banquet committee included Mrs. Peek, Mrs. Gibson, and Mrs. Panyik. Maypoles centered the tables nnd the pastel colors of the streamers were accented in vari-colored potted plants that were at. each place and that were presented the guests as favors. Mrs. Phoebe Goldberg To Visit Europe Mrs. Phoebe Goldberg, 161 Eaton Ave., Wood River, is scheduled to sail on the liner Liberte for Paris, France, April 28 for a three-month tour of European countries conducted by American Express Tours, Inc. Her itinerary will include Ireland, Scotland, England, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany, Israel, Sweden, and Switzerland. She will return home on the liner United States late in July. A number of parties have been given in her honor the past week. Tuesday evening the em- ployes of Mrs. Goldberg's woman's apparel shop had a bon voyage party for her at the home of Mrs. R, J. Wilson, 504 North Third St., Wood River. In attendance were Mrs. Marie Glover, Mrs. J. L. Cottrell, Mrs. Charles Sandbach, Mrs, Russell Bell, Mrs. Jess Ford, Mrs. Florence Nash, Mrs. Eugene Davis, Mrs. Howard Gold, Mrs. Glenn Ho lines, Mrs. Lavern Miget, and Mrs. Boh Warren. Mrs. Goldberg's daughter-in- law, Mrs. Lee Richards, entertained 50 guests in her honor at a coffae-clotch in St. Louis. Mrs. Daisy Van Dort, 440 North Fifth St., Wood River, had a small brunch for her, and the family surprised her with a party at the Congress Hotel, St. Louis, Saturday. Gifts presented her at the parties in. eluded luggage of various types and a diary. Mrs. Bullock to L»ctur» Friday Nlgbt Mrs. Richard (Blossom) Bullock, St. Louis, will give the first of two lectures on "Journey to Africa" Friday night at 8 o'clock at First Unitarian Church, and tickets may b* secured from m*mJaers of the Anna D. Sparks Alliance, who are sponsoring the program, or at the church door- Mrs. Bullock wUi give highlights of an StVday cruise to 37 ports OB five continents. The public is invited to attend. f The second of the series will lie gives Friday, May 8. Secretaries Name 'Boss of the Year 9 Members of Alton Chapter of National Secretaries Association were hostesses to their employers at the annual "Boss Night" din» ner, Wednesday, at Motel Stratford, and seleeted by the lot the "Boss of the Year," and heard Cylvla Sorkln, Ph.D., deal out advice In triphammer phrases. Ralph Sml'h, the attorney, was named the year's No. 1 boss when his name was drawn by Dr. David Andrew Weaver, president of Shurtleff College. A gilded Iron cup, large and heavy, was presented to him by Joseph J. Dromgoole, the loastmaster. Smith was the guest of his secretary, Helen Allen. \ The after-dinner program was opened by Miss Phyllis Jones, chapter president. Mrs. Sorkin, wife of a physician, and widely-known as a speaker, had advice for bosses, which she punctuated with stories In high speed. A new consultant to business firms on administrative management and personnel problems, Dr. Sorkin drew on her wide experience to present a pungent, witty, and forceful address. Wife of a physician at Clayton, Mo., and mother of two children, Mrs. Sorkin fills three to four speaking ^engagements a week, going by plane, and teaches a class at Washington University, St. Louis. Lot-A-Fun Club Entertained Wednesday Mrs. Ralph Agee of 513 Spring St., entertained the Lot-A-Fun Club Wednesday. Bunco was played, and refreshments were served after prizes were presented to Mrs. J. E. Jacoby,, Mrs. Dal Pace, Mrs. Claude Young, Mrs. Edward Nolan, ^ Mrs. Edward Douglas and Mrs. Harry Milner. Mrs. Douglas, residing on Moore Ave., will entertain the club in two weeks. Mrs. Eldon Smith Honored at Party Mrs. Eldon Smith was guest of honor at a party Wednesday night given by Mrs. Louis Voss and Mrs. Sherrill Hanks, at Mrs. Hanks' home, 2975 Shady place. Mrs. Herman Bunyan, Mrs. Tnomas Bunyan, Mrs. Harry . Smith, and Miss Charlene Haynes received prizes. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Smith on a table decorated in yellow and green. Refreshments were served by the hostesses at a late hour. DelMolay- Rainbow Dance Friday Night DeMolays and Rainbows will sponsor the regular Friday night dance at Franklin-Masonic Temple from 8:30 to 11 o'clock tomorrow night. The DcMolay dance band, recently organized, will make its first public appearance. This week 700 ballots were mailed to members of the two organizations for the selection of the 1953 sweetheart queen. Ballots must be returned by April 29 by mail to "Uncle Ed" Juttemeyer or deposited in a box in the temple. Two hundred special invitations have been mailed to the coronation dance which will be May 2. Candidates for sweetheart queen are the Misses Elizabeth Smith, Peggy Trogdon, J<^ath- leen Thompson, Betty Calame, and Monica Todd. Recent Bride Honored At Surprise Party Mrs. Eugene Weigler and Miss Mildred Badger entertained at Mrs. Weigler's home, 614 Mechanic St., Wednesday evening honoring Mrs. W. L. Holloway, the former Mildred Simmons, whose marriage took place April 11. The party was arranged as a surprise and a gift was pi'e- sented to Mrs. Holloway by the guests, her co-workers at the Union Electric Co. office. Decorations in the Weigler home were in blue and white. Hearts provided entertainment, and Miss Jean Elble, Mrs. J. Edward Cahill, and Mrs. William H. Stofft received prizes. Mrs. Roberts Hostess To Happy Club Happy Club was entertained by Mrs. William Roberts of 6U Stowell St., Wednesday, and following luncheon bunco was played. Mrs. Jiles Reeder, Mrs. John Bowman, Mi's, Robert Pelot and Mrs. Raymond Norvell were awarded prizes, and Mrs. Bowman received a birthday gift from the club. Mrs. Pelot will entertain the club, at her home. 3103 Franor Ave., in two weeks. RPWP ftleiabersbip Committee Heeling , Membership committee of the Alton Business and Professional Women's Club will meet with the Mi&sef Emily and Kgthe* we Powell at their hone. 132? East Filth St., this evening, tad plans will be completed far toe club's annual bwaJda*! to he held Sunday. May I MJM I* Mildred Brown is chairman and Miss Elizabeth OJtholf is cochairman at the committee. FIRST COMMUNION WAS RECEIVED BY 27 CHILDREN SUNDAY at St. Patrick's Church. The Rev. John Crosson, pastor, was celebrant of the 8.4') mass. Left to right: first row--Mother M. Timorhy, OSU, ), Walter, M. Hacke, R. Morales, D. Vitale, T. Rodgers. Second row—T. Daly, J. MuU vill, W. jauron, L. Hagen, R. Crawford. Third row, C. Lara, M. Fortschneider, C. Rogu^a, K. Molloy, B. Pohlman, B. White. Fourth row—J. Kahney, M. Jenkins, M. McNish, M Rizzotro, M Gaither. Fifth row—P. Henkhdus, j. Graham, N. Webster, j. Richey. Sixth row—j. Mihalick and P. Walker.—Photo by B. E. Jun. Pick W. H. Thomas To Head Board Attorney President of Host pital Group W. H. Thomas, Alton attorney, was named president of Alton Memorial Hospital board of directors at its annual meeting Wednesday, nnd the election of Dr. John H. Wedig as president of the medical staff was confirmed. Thomas succeeds the Rev. Harry C. Brown of Lebanon, who has retired, and asked to be relieved of duties as president because he spends his winters in Florida and was unable to attend meetings. The board also voted to rehlVe C. R. Freeman as administrator. Freeman is beginning his fifth year at the hospital. Other officers of" the board of directors are: Eben Rodgers, first vice president; Joe Nolan Jr., second vice president; C. Heppner, secretary, and J. A. Ryrie, treasurer. Members of the medical staff in addition to the president are Dr. Kenneth E. Humphrey, vice president, and Dr. A. A. Brewer, secretary-treasurer. R. H. Levis n was appointed to the executive committee and made chairman of the finance committee. He succeeded Joseph C. Aldous, who had served on important committees since the hospital was started, 15 years ago, and who wished to be relieved of more strenuous responsibilities. Aldous, however, remains a member of the board of directors. \ Resolutions recognizing the ' services of Aldous, and the Rev. Brown, who had served as a member of the executive committee since 1938, and as president for the past three years, were passed by the board. «, New members elected to the board of directors are William E. Hughson, who succeeds Dr. J. R. Young, former president of Monticello College, who moved from the area; Fred Ordeman, who succeeds the late Roger Holcomb, and L. E. Prehn of Bethalto, who succeeds J. T. McGaughey. McGaughey was placed on the honor roll. A report of Administrator C. R. Freeman shows that at completion of 15 years of service, 77,000 bed patients have been cared for at the hospital, and that during that period the plant has been expanded twice--increasing the facilities of the school of nursing, and increasing the bed capacity of the hospital, but the beginning of the sixteenth year found the hospital again "bursting at the seams." Freeman's report showed that the past year had been free of serious financial problems and that there had been a high occupancy of patients. If you cannot turn on your automobile lights, a faulty switch, wornout bulbs, discharged battery, or a blown fuse may be responsible. 52 Puturc Homcmalieri Initiated on Wednesday Future Homernakers of America, West Junior High School chapter, initiated 52 candidates Wednesday night at West Junior, and the initiatory work was in charge of the Misses Deanrie Lough, Alice Gill, Dorothy Glatt, Sally Hamor, Janice Richey, Earlene Linville and Barbara Whetzel. A skit: "Push Button Radio," was presented under the direction of Miss Hamer. Miss Agnes Vollmer and Miss Peggy Dodge are faculty advisors, and Mrs. George Huebener, Mrs. Clifton Beach and Mrs. Ellsworth Richey are chapter mothers. Serving of refreshments followed the program. WCTU Meeting at Alton Woman's Home Alton Women's Christian Temperance Union met Wednesday afternoon at the Alton Woman's Home on State St.. They were received by Mrs. Charles Ardinger. Mrs. Clarence Owens was in charge of the program. Mrs. Florence Richardson played tunes by request and a song fest was enjoyed. WCTU members and residents of the home took part in sentence prayers. Mrs. Elizabeth Keightley spdke of leaving her home in England to come to America to make her home. Mrs. Richardson led a devotional service and Mrs. Robert Nessl and Mrs. Ardinger sang. A box of fruit was presented to the home by the WCTU. Leonard Hartman Hurt In Accident Near Fieldon Leonard Hartman, of 2605 Rutledge St., is a patient in Alton Memorial Hospital following an accident Wednesday in Jersey County, three miles west of Fieldon, on Rt. 16. Hartman, who was brought to Alton \in a Jacoby ambulance, apparently was alone at time of the mishap and details of the accident were unknown. He suffered rib fractures, a severe laceration of the right ear and right hand, chest contusions, and a possible head injury. Mrs. Jennie Woolsey Rites Friday at Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE. -Funeral services for Mrs. Jennie Marie Woolsey, 75, of Jerseyville, will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m. in Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home by the Rev. Roy Bedinger of Potomac, 111. Interment will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. The name of a daughter, Mrs. Clifford Alexander, of Jerseyville, wa* unintentionally omitted in an item Wednesday announcing the death. Personal Notes Mrs. Charles Combs, 626 Leonard St., left Wednesday for th« south to visit her brothers, Albert Scott, of Lonoke, Ark., who is ill at a hospital in Little Rock, Ark., nnd with another brother, Ebert Scott, who Is 111 at his home In Scott, Ark. The Misses Emily Stanton and Marjorie Betts are returning tonight, by plane, frbm California, where they spent three weeks with Miss Lorena Bauor. Miss Bauer, who is returning to Alton by rail, will arrive home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Agase of 1201 East Cottage Grove, Urbana, are parents of their second child, a son, Thomas Douglas, born April 14. The baby weighed nine pounds and 13 ounces. Their other child is a daughter, Marguarite, who was 2 in April. Mrs. Ag0.se is the former Eileen Huebner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Huebener, 237 Longfellow St. Mr. Agase is line coach of the University of Illinois football feam. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm D. Durr, 607 Summit St., returned Wednesday from a vacation in New Orleans. They arrived by plane in time lo attend the "Bosses Night" dinner presented by the Alton chapter of the National Secretaries Association. Births Mr. and Mrs. Perkins A. McCormick, North Williams St., Cottage Hills, are announcing the birth of a son at 4:06 a.m., Wednesday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Graver Fielder of 413 Spencer St., Bethalto, are parents of a son, Steven Clay, born Wednesday at^8:46 a.m., in Alton Memorial Hospital, and weighing seven pounds and 11 ounces. Carla Sue has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. John Eversole of 295 Easton.St, as the name of their first child and' daughter, seven pounds, born Wednesday at. 11:01 a.m., in St. Joseph's Hospital. The mother is the former Ruth Bond of Shelbyville and Mrs. Eversole, also of Shelbyville, is the paternal grandmother. Michael Eugene, a third child and second son, was-born at 5:33 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. James Harris of Tulsa, Okla., who are presently residing at the Brushy Grove trailer camp, No. 2, East Alton. Their other children are Kathy 5, and James 4. The baby weighed five pounds, four ounces. A nine pound and one ounce son was born at 7:28 a.m., Wednesday in St. Joseph's- Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dale Bridwell of 707 Sherman Ave., Edwards- viile. Make a nott to set our pretty summer straws! Choose 1 Urge or a small i ». We have them both! $3.85 • $6.85 tt $15.00 Make i Mte to tit eur "Ell |ay" Itewtf tby re Battier thi» , bitifte ei tUI I. 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