Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1931
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V "* . 1-EBBtJAliy 2, JWU, AT 2 P. M. Acres For Sale All cultivated land, well fenced and tiled. This land joins the town of Bancroft on the south, and will be sold to the highest bidder on above date. Sale to take place In front- of J. H. Sheridan Real Estate office, Bancroft, Iowa. Satisfactory terms will be made to purchaser. Conic and buy some of the best land in Iowa. ROBERT SAUKDERS, Owner. Poland China Bred So w Sale will be held at farm 2i/ 2 miles northeast of Armstrong on Primary Road No. 43. Saturday, January 3 1 FREE LUJfCH j£ale will start at 1 P. M. 50 HEAD OF BROOD SOWS Bred to farrow from let of March to last of April. We have a very uniform lot of gilts and several outstanding gilts in this sale. Better individuality and more generations of exceptional breeding behind this offering than we have ever sold before, and carrying the services of the two best boars we ever used COMMANDER MODEL. Jr. Champion boar of Iowa 1929, and TRI-STATE SPECIAL, one of the most sensational young boars of 1930 — These boars should produce very valuable litters. It is a pleasure to be able to invite you to attend our sale anh purchase if 'you wish some of the world's best breeding. We sold several last spring barrows over the scale up to 400 P" 1 * 1 - ' ' Ask for Catalog. 'TERMS: Cash. Nine months granted on approved notes to customers of First Trust and Savings D --k, of Armstrong. W. J. MURPHY, Auct. C. J. HOUSEMAN _^ • - . , ... DIAMONDS,,.. Matchless beauty... .enduring worth Hidden treasures of pirate*, -magnificent jewels of royalty—none more jealously guarded and protected than the diamond... Since the beginning of time the diamond has always been the favored jewel of fair women and successful men Every stone in our •tore is "fit for a queen"— sit perfect, and each one cwwtly priced. inau>i+ctutacj SM •VtiFtlOO A. H. Borchardt JEWELRY 2AM- OTVO SP6CT AUSTIN' SHOUWPA (SOT HIS COAL it IB warm and com- home's not, its does busin$$@ pn the principal that kte ? win cajj phfl ft e g?9. FARM BUREAU, WESLEY, LAIfS YEAmiANS COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQQNA. IOWA mcetln ^f of- evenin « llnnef narU' s p rklay evening. Plans wore tentatively " chane nm . tnange. Officers are Theron «n. chairman, nml SI , M ta n each township. After the M ,'' S ' Fu ""<™ served ice cake, cookies, and coffee. Monthly meeting win be held In the " choolhou " M . and a dlstlnc- '' arran B e ( l for each. Has Matlncp Parly— Ollte '-tnlnecl l^sw Jl c e I'e.U I-,m bridge c'.ub last Thursday. Sco os tt . erc nd(le( , up fop nu the of snme.s u-hieh , ulvo Ix!en and the MoHtUimcs Frank vcn,baj,. Bn,,oy, Cbarle-s Murphy fn,?°i , f 1 " ncl Bertha Lorif t were found to be the winners; .the Mes«^« .lulluH Kun,, Henry Kun", John Hutchison, and Lester Lease, losers. According to a . rule adopted •U organlxiition, the losers treated the winners, the entertainment be"K a. matinee party at Algona. A lunch previously ordered was served at the Bohlmer candy kitchen. Mrs Albeit Mumma was n special guest! Kmiiia Studpr Out of Danger— Reports from Emma Studer, -Mercy hospital, Mason City, state that she is out of danger, if no unforeseen complications arise. Her father and her brother Julius vislte her last Thursday. Emma's siste Mrs. Bertha Rltschmeler low Falls, who was visiting the patlcn came home with her Wesley rela lives and visited until Saturda evening, when she returned to th hospital. Mrs. Ritschmeler remain ed there until Sunday evening, whe a son came after her. Attend Britt C. D. of A. Party— The Mesdames Chas. Murphj John Hutchison, Alfred Erdman John Ormsby, Julius Kunz and An thony Johnson attended a D. of A card party at the G. A. R. hal Britt, Saturday afternoon. A larg crowd was present. The Britt Le gion Auxiliary will give a card part at the same place Thursday, Janu ary 29, and husbands of member will be included. Thclma Roe Is a Bride— Thelma Roe, Garner, and Gee. Scllle, of the same place were mar ried last Thursday noon at th home o{ the bride's parents. The will continue to live in Garner. Mis* Roe Is the only daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Carl Roe. Mr. Roe was for merly a Wesley druggist. Mr. an Mrs. Scille went to Minneapolis o a trip. formerly manager of Farmers' elevator. the Wesley The American Legion Auxiliary meete at the Legion rooms Thura- aay night The organization took In 118.25 at a bake sale Saturday. Mrs. Henry Convener, West Bend, accompanied by a daughter, Mrs. Julius Studer, St. Benedict, called at Nathan Studer's Saturday. At a C. D. A. party last week Wed- nosday night, E. M. Olson and Preston Chapln were winners at bridge nnd "500" respectively. Fred Dlekmann left Sunday morn- Ing for Anita. He will be absent a week, on business for the Kurtz Grain company. A son was born at 11:30 Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft. Mrs. John Ormsby Is caring for mother and child. Mrs. C. H. Moore returned Friday evening from Madison, S. D., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. G. A Wenck. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Glddings were Sunday dinner guests of the Homer Andersons, Algona. •Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson, Northwood, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. W. Sturdivant. Jorgen Skow attended the funeral of an old neighbor, Mrs. Hoppe, at Algona Saturday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth" lust week Tuesday. Donald Studer Badly Injured Donald Studer, son of Ed Studei Excelsior, Minn., was severely in Jured in an automobile accident- a week ago. He suffered a doubl fracture of the thigh, and it was a first thought the limb would hay to be amputated. But word receivei by Nafhan Studer Saturday, indicat ed that the doctors hope to save il B. B. Tc-anis Lose to Thompaon— Both our high-, school basketbal teams lost to Thompson at' 'Th'omp son Friday, by close scores.'The fig uree are not available. Both 'good games. Thompson will play Wesley here thia week Friday. This week Tuesday evening the town team plays Woden here; this weel Saturday night, at Woden. Roy WiMnutn Undergoes Operations Roy Wiseman, north of Wesley farmer, underwent a double opera tlon at the Polycllntc hospital, Dec Molnes, Thursday, January 8. He la expected home thia week. Mr Wiseman accompanied Fritz LJnd etrom, who went for treatments a the same hospital. O. M. Huber Hospital Patient— O. M. Huber is a patient at the Kossuth Hospital, Algona. When he returned from a visit with his daughter, Mrs. Max Studer, at Man ly, it was found that his heart woe weak, so he remained at the has pital for treatment. •• ••••., wo Ladle* Install Officer*— The-Odd Fellows and Rebekfthj held joint-installation of of fleers ta' the hall Friday night. An installing team from Algona was present Greene's orchestra, Lu Verne, played for a dance which followed "Lunch was 'served. Nick Miller Undergoes Operation-Nick Miller, prominent 'north .of Wesley''farmer, is a patient at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. He under went an operation for mastoid trou< jle last Thursday afternoon. This was apparently the result of a heavy cold. Mrs. Fred Diekmann Improves— Mrs. Fred Diekmann, who has been seriously eick with gland trou- )le and mouth Infection, Is improv- ng. Other Wesley, Mrs. J. T. Meurer and her little daughter, Shirley Ann, visited an old friend of Mrs. Meurer, Dorothy Ceefe, at Algona Thursday. Miss Ceefe is at home from St. Paul on a vacation. She will come this week 'uesday to visit Mrs. Meilrer. Mrs. Meurer and her daughter, with Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter and her eon, were Algona callers Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chambers, of Stewart, left last Thursday follow- a visit with his sister, Mrs. Tom Nejson. They took home Frank's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Chambers, who had visited their daugh- er, Mrs. Nelson, since Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly and Clarence drove Saturday to Fort Dodge, to spend the day with Dorthy, who Is taking a nurse's course. 'he Henry Sherman family visited Sunday at Joe Otls'e. Wm. M. Gordon, Corwitb, won the lony given away by Charles Downs at his pony dance Friday evening. L large crowd attended the dance, and Kelly's orchestra furnished the music. •* Some young people from the Wea% ey church will attend a Young People's rally to be held at the BuHalo Center Congregational chwcb next Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs- PUftS- - thai* LUTHERANS AT LU VERNE NAME CHURCH BOARD Lu Verne, Jan. 20 — The annual election of officers of the Lu Verne Lutheran congregation took place Sunday. The following officers will be Installed next Sunday: Gottlieb Hanselman, chairman; Fred Schneider, elder; Julius Frost, secretary- treasurer; Ed Ramus, school secretary; Be n Hedke and R. D. Kanning, budget secretaries; \ttlliam Tlede, janitor. E. Zettz, who had been supplying in th e local parochial school, was voted a call to the work by the congregation, and is now permanent teacher. ter, Mrs. s, R. Merrfatn, Algona, and her brother, Peter Thompson, Is now a «rue«t at the Thompson home. Th6ra Boman, Cheridan, who has a clasB .here In violin and piano, - PAGE , came ifcgnln- Friday to give leusons and visit her sister Geraldlne, music teacher In Lu Verne schools The Presbyterian Aid will 'meet next Wednesday at the Communty hall for a covered dish luncheon, each woman to take her own silver. This Is a, special meeting. The Methodist Aid meets at the Community hall ths week Wednesday; Mrs. jas. Christiansen, Mrs Dick Wermersen, and Mrs. Chris Nygaard, hostesses. The Mothodst W. H. M. S. met last week Thursday with Mrs. H in i The Febru nry meeting will be at the parsonage; Mrs. H A Reyman, hostess. ' ' The Rev. Mr. Becker, superin- endent of the Lutheran Orphans Home at Fort Dodge, was a guest of the Rev. and Mrs. p. Branor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mason, Grun- ily Center, and Jasper Mason, Mitchell, were visitors at the W 'B Mason home last Thursday afternoon. Mrs, W . F. Godfrey, who had bee,; at Grant City, Mo., visiting her daughter, Mrs. Blanche Anderson three weeks, got hom e Monday. James Zwclfol, Corwith, the Roy Masons, Algona, and the George Ihompsons, Ledyard, were ait W B Mason's Sunday. Harold Zentner, Madison, \Vs who had been doing pipeline work in southern Iowa, visited friends here last week. wtn he RaV ' A ' J ' Koonce . Omaha, will occupy the Presbyterian pulpit next Sunday morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stowe, Maday ° lty ' WCre at Ed A " en>s Sun ' Mrs. M. L. Barton Is doing jury duty at Humboldt. fa J y Lloyd Spooncr Is Honored- Mrs. A. L.<' Spooner spent last week at Fort Dodge caring for her grandson while the child's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Lloyd Spooner, were in Chicago. Lloyd is district manager of the Equitable Assurance Society O f the United States, and attended a convention .of the managerial staff. He now holds the record for the greatest number of oases of joint business ever .produced by' any district manager .of the company in one year. The convention was held at the Palmer House, and Lloyd was on the program last week Tuesday afternoon. Club Studies Iowa Cities— The Tuesday club met last week with Mrs. O. T. Garnarit, and roll call was answered by naming- the principal cities .of Iowa, The Iowa song was sung as opening program number. Mrs. O. J. Marty read a paper on Cities and Towns of Iowa, taken from th e Iowa Handbook of Citizenship, the club's textbook, and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke gave a resume of General Federation news. The kostess served a tray lunch. The next meeting will be on January 27 at Mrs. William Wolto's. Vermont Midden Goes Home— MurjeJ Henry, who hj»d been at ? tending the Lai Verne high school, left for her home at Battleboro, yt,. last .weeH, Tuesday, going as far an Chelsea, Mich., with her grandfather, Ernest Meyer, who had spent the holidays -with relatives here. She was to be met there by her mother, and they were to return to Battleboro after a visit at the Meyer home. Muriel IB a granddaughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Byron Henry, pioneer Liu Yerne> people. LB Verne Tecrai Win Foir G*me»Lit Verne won both basketball games from Bode tost week Tuesday. The boys won 29-28, and the glrla, 29-17. Friday evtenlng the teams went to Renwlck, where they won both games, the girls 49-14, and the boys 27-12. This week Tuesday both teams go to Ottosen, and Thursday evening the Whittemore boys and girls play here. Five at Alrona C. C. Hectare- Merchants from Lu Verne atte,nfl; Ing the.'Algona Comniiunlty club meeting, at ,th« courthouse at goria, Friday evening • to • hear, the talk, "Dandbeats. we' have known,, 1 ;, by"'P. Lv Meyers,'were J. L,. Uchtyl H. Phillips, Harry Lichty, Irvln Chapman, and I. H. Benedict, Ed Allen -Slowly . Ed Allen, who "has "been su'ffeHrig with hemorrhages for two weeks, !s'<s)owly improving, although weak, Mrs. A. I,. Look, R. N., has been caring for him. His sister, Mrs. 3. B. Smith, Minneapolis, came Saturday morning, called here by his serious 1 illness, Royal Neighbors Install Officers— The Royal Neighbors will install officers this week Tuesday afteri noon, and the. Woodmen this week Thursday evening, wltl> supper at he Community hall. "''.' Woman Pastor Visits Here— H. Nell Maltn, pastor at Oalbraith, s now holding evangelistic meetings at Ocheyedan. She : was a guest"ftt Meyer's one day last week. Other LiTverne News The J. J. Club met Friday after- icon at the Dr. T. L. Williams home, Mrs. Lloyd Zentner hostess. Twelve members and two guests attended, loll call was answered with current vents. Three new members were nitiated. 'The hostess, assisted by Mrs. T. L. Williams and Mrs, A- L. ones, served ft painty lunch. The Lee Mchtys, the Ike Smiths, he Elon Frenches, and Mrs. Mary SwelfeJ attended the funeral of the atter's brother James Foster at Jurt last Thursday jafternoon. Mr; Foster was 78 years old, ajid di«4 Algonian is Speaker. Fenton, Jan. 20—Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Algona, foreign missionary president In this district who was a delegate to a recent state convention at Burlington, was speaker at the local Methodist church 'Sunday night. The missionary society served as choir. Jan. 22 — August Bollinger, northeast of Burt, closing out sale .Jan. 26—Van Hansen, 5 miles south and 1 mile west of Titonka, closing out sale. Jan. 27—S. H. Frost, closing out sale, on the Mike Welsbrod farm 1 mile east of Fenton. Jan. 28—M. C. Munson & Son, l mile east and 3 miles north of Rlng- sted, closing out sale. Jan. 28 — Wm. Bunkofske, 4% miles r.ortheast of Burt, general farm sale. Jan. 31—C. J. Houseman, bred sow sale, 2% miles northeast Armstrong. Feb. 4—Henry J. Kraft, 5 miles north of Lu Verne, general farm sale. Feb. 11—Otto Wllle, closing but sale, Lu Verne. Feb. 17 — Henry Juchem, 5 miles west of Algona, general farm sale. METHODIST MEN AT FENTON PUN FATHER-SON BANQUET Fenton, Jan. 20—The men of the Methodtet church will give a.Father and Son banquet in the church din- Ing room next week Tuesday evening. It will be served by the Aid and Dr. D. M. Bond, Storm Lake, will be speaker. Doctor Bond is remembered by Seneca, Lone Rock and Fenton people as having had charge of a Bancroft circuit 30 years ago, when he conducted services in schoolhouses. Whittemore Dora and Cairy Blerstedt have Bone to icnn«w City, Mo., where Dora J8 takinir medical treatment. t, A VT?''' wa ^ born one <lav last week to Mi. and Mrs. George Streit There , ii, "< '."Ji.il MOVH »s.s; h r s) !', ee ^ namedb Mary th ^.r. th "l' Codys-^ve^'o" town/" Thfc C. north w. Lauritzsons and the Fenton ' Jamcs.._son of Mrs. Mary Elbert was recently married at the Old fiends Last week Tuesday evening a farewell party was given for Mr. and 'Jrl rl V ° Be] ' Leo "ore, 111., at Michael Kollascn home, west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Vogel were They were Guests at here on a wedding trip, married December 31. the party were the Peter, John, aiid Charles Kollasches, Mathilda and Treosa Kollasch, Herman and John Kollasch, the Simon and Leo Kl- berts, the Henry Muellers, the Charles Saltzes, the John Martys, the Theodore Knechts, Edna Schultz, , a nd Joseph, Agnes, and Godfrey Loebach. From here Mr. and Mrs. Vogel went to Stayville and from there will return to their home at Leonora. Arthur Heidenwith has received word that a boy was born to the Fred Wageners, Lone Rock. Mrs. Wagener is a sister of Mr. Heidenwith. There are three other children, two girls and a boy. The home economic girls of the public high school have finished a half year's course in cooking and are now taking up sewing. Lotts Creek I Adrlns Peterson, who teaches the Alex Ucxliff school, visited over Suny at the parental home. Hcgo Kressin, working i n Chicago, is visiting- here. The house on the A. Krause farm a mile north and a mile east of Lotts Creek, wus burned to the ground last week Tuesday. The chimney set the fire, and before much help could arrive the house was i n flames. This wa.s an old house, occupied by Mr. and Mrs Jolliet. They are renters. The household goods were saved. The building was owned by A. Krause, of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe gave a "500" party Friday evening. Four tables were p'ayed, and Olivia Kressin won the high score, while Mrs. Arthur Kressin and Albert Kressin were low. Refreshments were served. Carl Dreyer sawed wood Saturday. A number of young people here attended a basketball game at Lone Rock Friday night. — For Service — We extend an invitation to the public to call and inspect our new Dry Cleaning plant. The building was especially designed for our business and needs, and we have installed the latest equipment, enabling us to turn out the best of work on short notice. Come in and see us. We will be pleased to show you our new plant. Modern Dry Cleaners The Valetor Pressing Service PHONE 637 The Ford Motor Co. Announce a Reduction in Price The following prices are effective Monday, January 19,1931 Magazine Service — Many Advance subscribers take magazines and fray the regular subscription rates for them. The Advance Is In a position to offer reduced rates on clubs consisting of the Advance and any magazine. CLUB KATES In the following table the com* blued regular subscription rate of the Advance and the magazines Jlst- (>d appears In the first column, ii nrt In , the second colnmn (appears (lie clubbing rate, which, under tills offer, Is all you haye to liny for both — . ...!... Hate Vmcrfcnn Hoy __________ |4.00 Snnin, I) yenrs ________ 6.00 V mo r ten n Cookery ______ 8.50 American Girl __________ 8.50 American Legion AVeokly 3.50 Same ivith American Boy and Collier's ____ 8.50 Same with American Boy and .Woman's Home Companion __ 7.50 Same with Woman's Home Companion __ 5.00 American Mercury .. ____ 7.00 Arena __________________ 3.50 Weekly Argosy ---------- 0.00 Atlantic Monthly ______ _ 0.00 (letter Homes & Gardens 3.60 Blue Book Magazine — 5.00 Bookman ------------ 7.00 Boys' Life _____________ 6.00 Catholic Bally Tribune _ 8.00 Chicago American _____ 7.00 Chicago Herald-Examiner 7.00 Chicago Tribune . ------- 7.00 Child Life _____ . _______ 5M Christian Herald ______ . 4.00 Collier's __________ . ____ 4.00 Cosmopolitan _____ _____ 5.00 With Good Housekeeping -------- -------- &50 Country Life -------- _._ 7.00 Current Events -------- 2.75 Current History -------- 5.00 Current Literature _____ 3.00 Current Beading _______ 5.00 Dairy World ___________ 8.00 Delineator ____________ 3.00 Des Molnes Register — 7.00 Des Molnes Tribune ---- 7.00 Etude ----------------- 4.00 Fanner's Wife « yru.)__ 3.00 Farm Journal --------- 3.00 Field and Stream ______ 4.50 Forkm aiHTulne (Twice • month) ____________ 7.00 Forum and Century ---- 4.50 Golden Book ___________ 5.00 Good Housekeeping ---- 4.60 Harper's Bazaar _______ 6.00 Harper's Magazine ----- 6.00 Liberty __________ __ ___ 4^0 McCall's _. ___ _— _____ 3.00 Mid-Week Pictorial ____ 6.00 Satlon — _ ------------ 7.00 Nature ---------------- 5.00 Open Boat (for boys).., 3.00 Outlook ---------- _____ 7.W Pathfinder — —....„ &AO Physical Coltare ._„ — 4JiO Pictorial Bevlew .__—. 8.90 Plain Talk .. __________ .. 6M Police Gaiette ------- __ COO Popular Kechanlei ----- 4JW Popular Belenee . ---- ... 4M B«a4cn' IMffMt Jar Com- Club- blncd bins Hate 98.65 4.05 8.80 3.15 8.35 7.80 7.05 4.45 8.46 4.65 7.7» . 4.16 KM 44* 9M tM 8.80 7.00 6JK AM 4J* 8JK Mi MB aae pf hw«it disease. Barbara Moseley and two ittle daughter?, ijnd Frances Kar iel«, QoJdfteld, were here o spend the day wltb their Mrs. Irwl»'Ohapmao aijd to Bobbte Chap?ft inth birthday. HUl, twmerly In* baa *>een Uvln|r.ln Fort y&uw, was el«t- the y<g* O. O. f. lease at a recent in celel>ra,ttas Bis njr aad t-sWie4 the eajrly par* -frjj 1 1 Deluxe Boadster Deluxe Phaeton Phaeton •_„ ___. Roadster •Sport Coupe „. ; w Coupe Deluxe Coupe Tudor Sedan _ Fordor Sedan Town Sedan Cabriolet Victoria Deluxe Sedan Station Wagon _„_ ,___ Model A Chassis Model AA Truck Chassis,— __131}&*inch wheelbase Model AA Truck Chassis, ____157-inch wheelbase (All prices F. 0. You can purchase a Ford car New Price §475 ._— $580 — $485 $430 $500 $490 $525 §490 $590 $630 $595 $580 — $630 — _ $625 $340 $495 $525 Old Price $520 $625 $440 $435 $525 i49& •JJ* Wt* $545 $495 - $600 HA80 V"wv iftax •JJUfltP $625 $640 $640 $345 VV^V* $510 $535 Beduetlon $45 $45 '•- $;5' .- -.$ 5 $25 » R w $20 $ 5 • $10 gOA VOv gtOA vOv $45 $10 $15 » K O $15 $10 B. Detroit, Michigan), or truck on convenient, econom- • teal terms through us. Reliable Po.ltry Joiraal (8 yean) Bevlew ef-Bevlewi St. Nicholas _ an* Invention ._ ABertem .— 4JC Short BtoriM rime _.__....._^^. Trie Story . Wallacei* Farmer .—.. vtomt*?» H«BM CwBfaa* Ml 1M WorWt Werk ...... Me Remember that erery price IB either column above Includes the A*Ta»ee for oil* fear. This offer la open |» both new Mid old subserlb- en. Co, Algona, Iowa — Phone ' len« for mm thu OM y«w Aivanee to ln«ta4M fw year. i. HMkaerlkani wh* iVMtr* wu* at any KoHBth «r top. •trtor v «Mt«fflM mnst aM Ma ,* th« »rl«e ta McVeahinut. ' .Tfcjete are^ajy » few «f the many hundreds of Mh» UeaUons of all hinds l» o«r list. If you 4o not se« what you want, write for It. We have it. ____ We meet or beat any prlee offered on any magaiine by anybody. ';' ^ OTHER COMBINATIONS ' We have them— scores of them— all there are. offered *J »J>y»ody, We just eat* not them out in our limited ipace here. Ash us about combination you have mind. FILL IN THIS OItJ>££ AM) MAIL TODAY • P. 0, ,,, T Dgte., . AIGONA Gentlenien— r I endow $ , fpr which, -ciiU WQ the Advance gne y«u 'or credit one year I* I «M rts ready taklugr | ( ) log

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