Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1931
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«„., were Sun- vividly EitoTnorth of Dallas, blocked between Mo., 'which is I saw Iby While .treet one evening 1 was 9t ft lltUe Negro boy, five "• i - i. _ «l«n °Vho .wuited to sing two '' " . . -i -a- «roa rnlfllnC 'nickel. He was ' said, to buy flower U8 » pretty flowers. I wish T him. He wore an cap—too big, ot together in the jockey •attoered „,..» _ a big safety pin, and an -ev sweater to match. The ^retched till it came half' chest. The overalls perfectly. patched, They we're all and. from the K/ttnWe of each leg the missing. He wore them at t" And of course his out of hi* shoes. . \Ve He raised his I three for a nickel, and expressed doubt as .to how iouM'sing he agreed to sing ' 'penny.' He'then-named' ipertolre, and I chose The _jnonds. And it was a hit! tly managed, he'd make a ttlflh.j and his little daughter Vcr- oiift, visited his uncles, Fred, Herm*n, and John Ostercamp, from Saturday, to Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux visited Mrs. Laux's Bister, Mrs. Joe Baltz, and niece, Mrs. Ray Welp, at Bancroft last w»ek Wednesday. ,Otto, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kelson, and recently of Brltt, Is moving \o BOohe, .whtere'he will drive a Standard Oil truck. Ansel Ash, Bluffton, visited his slstei 1 ;- Mrs. George Bcnner, and brothers Lester and Freeman, a few day* last-week. Virginia Benton returned Monday to Mankato Commercial college, after a week's Vacation here with her parents. SENECA'GIRLS WIN SECTION JOURNEY Seneca, Mar. 17 — The Seneca girls' team, county basketball champions*, moved one step further toward the state championship by winning the sectional tournament at Bancroft Saturday night. The girls won the first game from Oraettlnger 42-16; the second from Rlngsted, 36-16; and the finals from Bancroft, 35-22. Of. the 270 girls' teams competing in the state, all but 32 teams were eliminated by these tournaments. These 32 will go this week to eight district tournaments of four teams each. The eight winners of the district tournaments'will com- KOSSttttt COUNTY ADVANCB. ALQONA; tOWA liftsi are doing chores'and staying with the boys, who are in school. Mr. and Mrs. George Charlson, who have been making their home at the parental C. M. Thomppson homo moved to a farm near Cylinder last Wednesday afternoh. Mrs. Charlson was Gladys Thompson. Han-let jonse n sprained her ankle last Thursday while l n school, but despite tne handicap couldn't resist playing in the sectional tournament on Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Osbom returned from Waterloo last Thursday. Mr. Osborn went through a clinic. Ho has been in poor health for a few months. Myrtle Thompson went to the Marry Wlddol home In Feriton to work a fow days. Mrs. Wkldei was formerly Matilda Wllberg. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Philips and Niece. Anzetta Robinson, from Hoi- landale, are visiting old friends and neighbors. Mrs. Wilbur and Walter Rich mond spent last week Tuesday with Mrs. Wilbur's parents, the William PAOB pete In the state finals at •Moihe'S''ln two weeks. The DCS loca- Osborns. J. H. Jensen spoke at a F. B. meeting at Bancroft last week Tuesday evening. The Lutheran Y. p. society met with Mrs. Jennie Jensen Tuesday evening. to the woman and the man with the largest feet. Brltt, Pair 2S Tears Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Tom Renders, of Brltt, celebrated their silver wedding Sunday. Attending from here were the B, A. Pannkuks, the B. S. Pahnkiiks, the Antone Pannkuka, the John B. Pannkuks, the Seiner Pannkuks, the W. J. Butlers, and the E. E. Q. Busses. Mrs. Henders Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Pannkuk. Library Historian Is Nnmcd— A quarterly meeting of the library board took place last week Monday night at the library. The chairman of a committee appointed to write a history of the library gave a short report. Attending were Doctor Sartor, Mrs. Schoenleln, Mrs. Andrew Peterson, and Mrs. Jay Budlong. Winters Have Granddaughter The w. A. Winters spent Sunday at the Herb Winter home at Swea City and at the Coloman hospital In Esthervillo getting acquainted with their new granddaughter there Fonr-H Club Meets Saturday— The 4-H club met Saturday afternoon with Loralne nn d Phydells Peterson for a sewing lesson. Lunch Birthday Observed— ter Larson, east of Wes- i party to 20 guests Friday n honor of her husband's The entertainment was •a "stunts". On arrival, . was required to march floor, and was given. a gnlne to a . place at a table. Before being seated the guests were required advertisements," pictures «exhibited, with,altpript- . removed. Each guest was Kore card, which was puch- ivery '.'win". A sample.,pf stunts, was "ringing the .". Each guest was "trys", and on missing I was required to "kiss the Istone". Different partners quartets refresh- fclpied, and the tt tables, before rere served. First and sec- ere given to those haV' scores, [tires to District Meet— .1 Wesley Legionnaires and r members attended a Tenth Ancillary meeting at Fort t week Tuesday. The Aux- [actings were at the Warden the boys met at the ar- 'he list of speakers Included ;e and district officers. A. ras given at 6:30. Attend- Wesley were: the Mes, P. Andrews, Van Hansen, I'Andrews, E. M. Huber, L. Anthony Johnson, John , Otto Kunz; -and the Howard Andrews, E..M. Hu Ik Lease, Leo Blelch, /Jack land George Aldrich. ' The dllary will postpone Its | until next week Thursday i when Mrs. Robert Welter istess. i Speaker Here- laker representing the Iowa urn League adressed '. the of the Congregational .t lias Sunday morning. i first at Brltt, and accom- |the Rev. Mr. Bernsten,' to He attempted to - arouse to their responsibilities. i was enjoyed. I Practice is Begun— practice for the spring i begun. The teachers pre- play, '.'Kal's Kalaboose.V this weeV-.e'rid,': (sponsored | Woden band. The junior | engaged in selecting its practice will soon begin. i will be used in giving the nlor banquet. | Aw J5 Years Wed— ' Mrs. Tom Hinders, .who " *t ''of Wesley near 'the 1 I Reformed church, celebrat- "rer wedding Sunday, The i relatives, and it was *t 150 would attend, Uaii i was born to Mr," and Mri. "Person late Saturday after- Henderson is the pool The Hendersons tlons .of district tournaments have hot yet been announced. A feature of this year's tournament' Was 'the fact that Perry, last year's champions, and Hampton, another team In the finals last year, were both eliminated In the first round. No Kossuth county girls' team has ever before won a sectional tournament" and only Swea City has ,ever won a boys' sectional which shows the class of basketball that the Seneca girls, have played this year. First round—Armstrong 28, Ledyard, 14; Bancroft, 27, Lone Rock, 24; Rlngsted, <2, Dolllver, 0; Seneca, 42, Graettlnger, 16. Semi-finals — Bancroft, 26, Armstrong, 23; Seneca, 36, Rlngsted, 16. . Finals—Seneca, 35, Bancroft, .22. - The•' Armstrong-Ledyard game-was play.ed Friday afternoon. Dolllver forfeited to Rlngsted for the latter'a coach' had -a 'boys team a.t the boys' district tournament and could no! come. The Lone Rock-Bancroft game was a tie up to the end, when Bancroft forged ahead. Graettinger has a better team than the score Indicated with one real forward who with better support might have made trouble lor Seneca. The Bancroft-Armstrong seml-fi- PIONEERS AT TITONKA TELL EXPERIENCES Titonka, Mar. 17—The Parent- Teacher association met last week Monday, and the men had charge of the meeting. Mrs. Ed Zwelfel read a paper on Child Welfare, and Miss Nelson, seventh grade teacher, gave a talk on a dental subject. She reported that 66 per cent of school children had returned cards showing they had received dental attention. A round table discussion of pioneer times took place and the beginnings was served and there attendance. was a large, of the local schools Pioneers who spoke were were related. Charles Reblsamen, Editor Lee O. Wolfe, James Breen, Jay Budlong, and John J. Cosgrove. Mr. Relbsamen, who was on the school board 51 years, told many other Interesting things. Mr. Wolfe spoke on the local newspaper and the postoffices; Mr. Breen, on the rural mail routes; Mr. Budlong about the first baseball team; and Mr. Cosgrove readj. the records of the school. The program was closed with Little Gray Home in the West, sung by William Schram. nal was neck and neck, but Bancroft again pulled ahead in the final minutes. Seneca had an easy time defeating Rlngsted. Armstrong defeated Rlngsted in a consolation game for third place, thus settling a long standing argument as to the merits of the teams. . For the first time In weeks, Bancroft? had. its full team on the floor after being handicapped by sickness during the county tournament. Bancroft played Its best game 'of the season, but Seneca got a good lead early in.the game and held It to the end. Supt. 5 Children at Story,Hour— The children's story hour spon> sored by the Auxiliary was attend ed by 35 children Saturday after noon. charge. Miss Wollmeyer was In bridge card club last week, Wednesday evening. Mrs. .R. L. Kranta . entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Bunting left for Iowa City Sunday ^9 resume treatments. M.-D.CLUBOF UNION MEETS WITHALGONIAN Union Twp., Mar. 17 — A one o'clock luncheon, with the present officers and the officers of the past year as hostesses, wrts a new feature for the Mothers and Daughters club last Thursday at the Mrs. Julia Dearchs home at Algona. The guests were seated at small tables which held bowls of sweet peas, and favors were of sweet peas. A program fol- companled by Mrs. Will, furnished other entertainment. for Ethan Lights- Mr, and Mrs. Ethan Light, who moved to the George Boevers farm rfarch 1, had a "housewarmlng" last week Wednesday evening, and It was attended by a large group of •elatlves, neighbors, and other 'rlends. There was dancing to music by a B-plece string orchestra. Cards were played and a tray lunch was served. Mre. Light Is Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rich, and Mr. Light Is commonly called Mack." They farmed north of Burt ast year. lowed the luncheon. Mrs. Michel, Algona,' sang Sing A. Me "on, James, about nine K6, .. . ...'••' • • [Have Bake Sale— ' Mat Sunday school will « *ale* a t theTCraus Jstore Saturday, beginning at *• The Sunday school is ne y_for new hymn books. i PannUuU to Hmipltil ' .ta2^ n ]? kvaitiuiw »" <o • """piiai, Algoija, Thursday "" a series O f treatment*. onkuka louse. occupy the George Moore, of Laurens, who refereed, said girls' basketball in this section was as high grade as that anywhere in the state, and that nowhere has he seen better sportsmanship between players than here in Kossuth county. Hay Knife Gashes Head- Mrs. William Osborn, and daughter Mrs. Lawrence Saxton and the latter's son, spent last Friday afternoon with another daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Richmond, near Armstrong. Mr. Richmond suffered painful injuries while helping his father get straw last Wtedneaday afternoofri. He fell from the straw stack onto the hay knife, cutting a severe gash to-the bone at the side of ' his head. Mr. Richmond is 'taking a, vacation while the wound heals. ' Lester Ocborn Is Graduated— '" Lester, Ne'll." and Mari»n Osborn drove to Charles City and Waterloo last Wednesday, returning Friday night, and Lester was graduated With his class Thursday evening. N«ll returned to Charles City last Sunday afternoon to begin work again after •«, --week's vacation. Schoolma«ter» Club HM. Banquet— Supt. -and Mrs. Rossman, of Seneca, attended a ' Kossuth Schoolmasters' club at Swea City last Thursday evening. Following the business meeting a banquet was served, after which the group attended a declamatory contest held in Swea City. Frank Loolt Named Director- Frank Looft was re-elected director 'of the 'Seneca 'school at the an- liual election Monday. It was reported that Mr. Looft and, Joe Crowley received tie votes but Mr. Looft made the lucky draw. Aid Remember* Mrs. Sande— A large crowd attended Lutheran Aid at Mrs. Jennie Jensen's last Thursday afternoon. The day was Mr«. Sande's birthday, and the Ala gave her a purse of money as a gift- Legionnaires to District Conference Quite a number of Legionnaires and Auxiliary members attended the Tenth District Conference at Fort Bodge Thursday. The Fort Dodge Drum and Bugle Corps was much enjoyed by all. Many good speak ers Including Commander Cahlll W. E. Demming, Vice-Commander State Adjutant R. J. Laird, and Jack Higley and R. J. Craig, Tenth dis trict commanders. Mrs. M. Myston- Skelly, dept. Sec'y, Esther Thompson, dept. historian, Ida E. Larsen, dept. of publicity, Mrs. Maxon, dept. of educational funds, and others gave talks which were forceful, educational, and entertaining. Fort Dodge furnished local musical talent. Attending from here were: the H, A. ; Frenchs, the .William Rlcklefs, the Guy Bruns', Mr. and Mrs. Godden, and the Mesdames Sadie Denton, Carrie Graham, Lee O. Wolfe, Mary Sartor, George Higgins and Nate Walsh. ; Woman's Club Meets Saturday— The Wom'an's club met with Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe 'Saturday evening. A play, "Look What You've Done," was given with Mrs. Lewis Craven as director. The cast of characters included: Mrs. Homer Downs, Mrs. Howard French, Mrs. Harry Beed, Mrs. Luvia Graven, Mrs. Herman Rachut, Miss Edith Budlong, Mrs. R. J. Tldman, Mrs. Mary Oester- richer, and Mrs. John Fisher. The club will repeat the play at the next •Parent-Teacher association meeting. The next meeting of the Woman's club will be March 26 with Mrs. Luvla Craven and Mrs. Jay Budlong will be leader. The lesson will be oh Recent Developments for Internationalism. High School Carnival Given— A high school carnival was given at the schoolhouse Friday.-night by. th6':pjip|is.!j Among >the amusements were the tearoom,' King Tut's Tomb, wrestling and boxing matches, fortune telling, kissing booth; Ugly Duckling, Ladies Rights, Beauty parlor, Art Gallery, Operetta, candy stands, hamburger stands, fish pond, novelty stand, police force and a court room.'There was a large crowd there and gate receipts totaled near, ly $80 clear. All guests had their feet measured and a prize was given School Director is Named— ' At the annual school election lost week Monday at the schoolhouse, Ernest Hansen was elected to succeed Lewis Larson; 106 votes were oast. Qulnzy Afflicts Carrie Bonacker— Mrs. Carrie' Bonacker has been suffering with quinsy, but is much improved 'at this writing."' Other TIton«a News. Andrew Peterson and Herman Tjarks drove to Minneapolis last week Sunday and returned Monday. Mr. Peterson called on Dayle Craven, of Titonka, who Is attending the Dunwoodie institute. ' Mrs. S. G. Keagle returned last week Monday, from Urbana, Mo., where she had spent two weeks with her husband, who Is Interested In a farm there. • Mrs. L. G. Gartner, who had visited a daughter Mildred, taking nurses' training. In.a hospital at Chicago, got home last week Monday. Edith Budlong drove to Algona last week Wednesday evening to attend the last of the Bible' Study classes at the Methodist church. Alice Sartor, Myrtle Ama, and Florence Bacon drove to Mason City last week Wednesday to shop. Mrs. Ed Winkle, formerly Doris Zwlefel, has a new son, named David, born March 10. Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Hansen, Iowa City, spent the week-end with, rel atlves and friends. Mrs. L. B. Larsen entertained her Sleep and Coming Home, with Mrs. Sylvia Gunn as accompanist. George H. Free, Algona, read several of his poems. Mr. Free had read for the club several times before, and Is frequently asked for return engagements. Ruth and Mary Lee, small daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs, sang' several songs. A business meeting followed. The club will meet March 26 with Mrs. Luella 3chenck, Burt, who will be assisted >y her sister, Mrs. Ida Winkle Jr R. Tlmmel, Burt high school instructor and orchestra leader, wll' discuss Music and How It Is Composed, and Mrs. Paul 'Kriethe wil give piano numbers, after which 3eada Kallasch will give a reading School Directors Arc Nnmcd — The March -annual school -, towji- shlp meeting was held last week Monday afternoon , at .. the Center schoolhouse. A. M. Gustafson was r'eelected' president; an office he has filled seven years. Directors for this year are: Robert Sarchett, No. 1; Mr.' Gustafson, No. 2; W. I. Dodds, No. 3; Mrs. A. B. Schenck, No. 4; Emll Mittag, No. 5; D. C. Gardner, No. 6; John Sabln, No. 7. The only new director Is in No. 5. W. I. Dodds is the oldest veteran In point of service, as he has served 11 years. Mr. Gustafson has completed nine years, and Robert Sarchett and D. Farm Woman Has 900 Chicks— Despite the slump In poultry and egg prices last winter, Mrs. Frank Hoflus has not lost faith In profits from poultry. She has been In the game several years, and now has 900 jaby chicks. C. Gardner seven years each. board voted to continue a The nine months school year and to pay $5 a month above the minimum teacher's wage. AllceWill's Birthday Honored— Alice Will was 16 Friday, and was honored that evening by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will, who entertained a group of relatives an<l friends at five tables of cards. Mrs. Earl Laurltson and Jos. Lein- Inger Jr. won the high scores; Mrs. Frank Hoflus and Harry Ward, the low. The honoree was presented with gifts. A tray lunch and violin a guitar music by Mr. Leininger and his daughter Ruth, who were ac- Two Anniversaries Observe<l— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kriethe, .Burt, entertained the Harry Wards Sunday. Mr. Kriethe woe celebrating a birthday and Mr. and Mrs. Ward the anniversary of their marriage. Other Union News. Vern Gross, township Farm Bureau president, had a committee meeting last Thursday evening. The Rev. Allen H. Wood and Misses W. I. Dodds, A. M. Gustafson, and A. B. Schenck attended. Mrs. Wood spent the evening with Mrs. Gross, who served refreshments after the men .adjourned. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Gustafson drove up from Des Molnes Sunday and spent the day with the former's brother, A. M. Gustafson. The brothers had not seen each other before in seven years. Floyd Rlebhoff was operated upon for appendicitis last Friday at his home. Dr. W. T. Peters, Burt, was assisted by .Mrs; M. J. Keneflck and P. V. Janse, Algona. Miss Cleveland wojs nurse. • Wood-ysawing is a popular sport for many farmers these days. Others have started field work, and are disking corn stalks. A milking machine has been installed at Walter Reidel's for his dairy herd of milking Shorthorns. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason Jr. entertained last week Tuesday evening at eight tables.of cards. W. I. Dodds Is remodeling his farm home. A second story is being added above the kitchen. The Rudolph Wills have a new electric radio. FENTOH PHONE RATES FOR STOCKOWNERS CUT TO $10 Fenton, Mar. 17 — The annual stockholders' meeting of the Fenton telephone company was held recently, and the old officers were reelected, as follows: president, Dr. J. T. Walte; vice president, John Weg- enerj directors—J. F. Newel, B. A. Huskamp, August Krause, J. T. Walte, and John Wegener; treasurer, Geo. W. Newel; secretary, F. H. Bonn. The company Is now clear of debt, and with the exception of replacing a few poles the lines are In excellent condition. In view of the excellent financial condition of the company it was voted to reduce phone assessments from $12 to $10 a year, but the rental price remains the same as before $16 a year. This Is approximately $2 lower than most other companies charge. has Nurse Badly Burned. Wesley, Mar. 17 -- Word reached relatives that £tell a Matern, nurse at Aon Arbor, Mich., suffered severe steam burns on her arms and hands one day -last week. No particulars are known. : ,NE OF_OUR BEST SIDELINES .Tnimep'graphlng. .This is the O NI V./ is reproduction of . typewriting 'on paper or cards. You would be surprised to know how much of this work we do. We mimeograph bulletins, letters, cards, etc.j^and the cost Is much less than printing. • Suppose you want to send out a circular letter, a notice of any kind, or a card. We mimeograph the job for yon In * few minutes, and the work cannot be told from Individual typewriting, And you can sign 'yttur/name to til* mimeograph stencil 'If you • desire,. and the signature will then appear on every sheet.—-Advance. istf H. W. Post Dray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 , Algona, Iowa. PILES YIELD TO CHINESE HER nut* fi vu , ng or bleed* g the newest! Don't suffer another minute front lllnd, Itching, protruding " ~ liig- piles without tenting; • _________ and fastest acting 1 treatment out. Dr. Nixon's Chlnarold. fortified witn rare, imported Chinese HerB, witH amazing power to reduce swollen tissues, brings ease and comfort la a few minutes, enabling you to world and enjoy life while it continues It* eoothlng, healing action. Don't de« lay. Act in time to avoid a danger* ous and costly operation. Try Dr. Nixon's Chlnarold under our guar* antee to satisfy completely and t>4 Worth 100 times the email cost OB your money, back. E. W. LUSBT'S BEUG STORE A $ a day Is rolling: your way, To get It at Neville's there Is nothing to pay, Take It from me, you get house slippers free, Comfort and style that, will fill yon with glee. 36u27 WHY SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? If the Al gona print shops got all the business which originates in Algona they could hire three or four more printers to earn and spend their money here. 45tf Triumphs In Fashion and Value Spring Coats New Fashions New Materials Arc Lower Priced ^X***™~ tti 0ran<J ' Dithering of. odd Pel- «a 2WO, Other Seneca Kr, and' Mrs. E. I*. Erdahl and children and the latter's mother, Mrs. Jorgenson, all of Blue Earth, spent Sunday at the J. H. Jensen home in honor of Lowell ErdaMs birthday. Mrs. Jorgenson will stay for A few weeks with h«r other daughter Mrs. Jensen. "Mr. aj»d Mrs- p. P. Cooper drove t a Fort P<?<lBe iwt Thursday, to ylla- It Mr." Cooper's mother and other relatives, »fr, and MM. Peter Phil- DR. E, R, PERKINS Says TEETH CAN BE EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN Over•' SO years experience .in this line of work supplies the ' KNOW HOW seldom found or claimed in regular Dental practice. Try it on the worst cases and. don't be afraid of getting hurt, or that I can't get them, without laceration or after pain. ' novocatne, cMoroform . pr f*» Thousands t4»Wx to all these Why not pW your «M» to the most widely taown " wll) cost no more. <• W *.'*' Spongy Woolens Creepy Woolens Congaline, Polalr and Tweed Mixtures $16.50 Featuring black, blue, tan /high shades and" mixtures '~ '''' '' ' ' ust like Coats at greatly higher prices, these- assortments feature the newest and smartest style plaints, including novel sleeve, treatment, high-belted ^ais t \l n 'ft s , scarfs, fur and draped collars, fitted and flare bottoms, Outstanding Values for 1981 Coats, KERMI JACKETS $7,95 Youthful smartness at its height. Kermi Jackets in black and eggshell. Narrow belts with large collars. Sizes 16 to 20. Department Stores '^^_r-\ ^ >. n-r — .JTi i ._ .1 E f ' Another Buying Opportunity! EIGHT O'CLOCK Coffee u. 21 c •••••• '• InUCE A YEA* AGO, U. 2Sc) ANN PAGE — ASSORTED FLAVORS . Preserves Ralston's Cereal ..... Uneeda Bakers Cookies (ASSORTED) A&P Apple Sauce ..... . 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Enough to make any- one break out in song Remember, "the cofft* you like best Is fa hit, no matter what it (ottt". Food Stores MIDDl! WMTCMN PIVISIO* The G*e»t Atlantic mad Pfedfe TM TO ALL WHO SUFFER STOMACH AGONY, GAS AND INDIGESTION Money 3»ck if Qn« Bottle of Dare's MfH*t)a» Pef§lg£ .*| Doesn't Do You More Good Than Anything ' You Eve r Used, you can be so distressed with.gas and. fullness and bloating that you think your heart Is going to atop beating. • -' v Tour stomach that -your breathing is abort jgaspy. '•" Tou thlnjt perhaps you are ou' are dizzy aad pray jfer to be dope? 09* 1j8*lSTOpfl»|lJJ Ojt J&SSfji if 111 prow Jpr an ps# • on Dare's Mentha Beoaln: a ^"=^^35" TB"T"W^I H 1 * IP ffvfl TK te«p4iBten<led r -Medicine you cm breathe 4eep and naturally. , - ' What ble*ssd reUflf; bjjjt hot get rid of such attftok^i Why toye ,ttyf- lyppd^rlvJ i. UPB or 4yspppaia,| gj; keeps

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