Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 23, 1931
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KOaSltTH OOlfNtY ADVANCE, ALGONA. "TOW A PAOB „,„ fct/IJOKT, KSTIMATK **M Board #< I»tre*t0f» Of- Cotwoltdatett nmepemicni I W 6U&*>Ph ^ COU8ta and Qarfleld townships, HumboWt ' fob heard for or against the following cutl- f. STUtTTHEKS, District Secretary. laoci £>«•" ,««"• •-• Eat. In- Amt. Ncc. Hxpeml, Kxncnil, . AM WftfMi 8iirpiUB come to be for Cm- '' Sane 30 of Bal. Other than Raised Year v°ar ' ' IWt ' Oh Handl Taxation byTnx 19:51 1930 ' ' '"* " *""" * MOO $11,000 $17,860 $18,000 3,fiOO 1$ Lt)QO 8,000 J a,000 "•if * ., ' n . t. • i 3,-tOO |7oO *li,000 $12,000 * 1,100 $15,.|00 $21,200 r 3. ^i^ A 4 ft*\n f\f rt UflOilUnsI \m lllA of as«e«»ed value, $11.75. dollar of taxable valuation,, .47. i^uf 1 '" ,^ taw* pet' , -^ Si j,* rs onfl of'seho'bi age tn tiio district, 205. .valuation 098»>"ttumboldt county, $27.1,090; KOSH i'ind credit (1930), ttumboldt county,-$2(1.525 8,825 $21,32.-i ith coun- |29 Chevrolet Coupe 1—1929 Chevrolet truck 1927 .Chevrolet sedan -1928 Chevrolet truck with grain box' ' -Kodel T Ford i>ick-up box [truck stake platforms, 6x8 and 6x9 feet KOHLHAASBROS. Phone 200 GOAL BINS AT WHITTEMORE ON FIRE TWICE WhlUomore, July 21— Knrly ln.lt Krlday morning between 3 and 4 o'clock the town was alarmed at the rlnplnn- of the firo hell. The con I bins belonging to the Fuller- Ion Lumber company had started tu burn. Thnmiiiy afternoon it had Htartod to burn and water WHS used to extinguish It hut Friday morning it again started to burn. The fire W;IH tiKnln put out ami the conl limited out In pile* nway from the shed. was Mssens In Futility Ron n Ion— •'Tlip N'isKon family reunion held nt the Call State nark, fruniL, Humliiy. Everybody filled husketH. The John Nl-sseiiH, lOlclora: the Will NisKcn.H. Henwink; Gu« and Con NisspiiK, Belmond; the Lee Campbells, Spencer; the Nick Loofts. Armstrong; the Oeo. Sley- urs rind Mr.s. William N'lH Krwln P,r\ihn and Ralph present. sle niggenburg, Clenr Lake, in addition to Mrs. O. J. Kloock. She was (f6 years of age. The Anthony .Schmidts Jr. spent Sunday at the Sylvester Hayes home, Eagle Grove. Mary, daughter .of, .the Schmidte, remained at Eagle Grove'for a longer'visit. The Hayps tormVy lived in Whittemore. Mr, and Mrs. Furguson, Dow«, spent Sunday at the A. D. Brognn home, Mr. Daws Is a nephew of Mr,' Brogan. "Mr. Daws pitched for the batfeha.ll game Sunday for Whittemore. Merrill Rawson Jr., Mrs. M. Rawson and Mary, Kathryn and Jimmy ItaWHon, Eagle Grove, spent Monday at the C. L. Cavanaugh home and with other friends. • The Ralph Fandels and the Fran-, els Klberta were Sunday visitors at the William Schreler home at Webb. Mrs. Blbert Is a Mister of Mr. Schreler. ' • The, Ernest Rosburgs, St. James, Minn., and daughter Mrs. H. B. Greene, Fairmont, visited the past 1 S, C, BOYS TO SHOW PIGS AT THE FAIR Kwea City, July 21 — County Agent Morrison and Oeo. P. Hawcott, of Kurt, county p'lp club chairman, met with 2f, North find 4-H club boys last week Wednesday evening at the local school auditorium. Clayton KunlHon, Harold Kvann; Hurton Thomson, Merlin Ijiirson, Kverett Kexell, William Moore, and Clifford McOreKor reported that they would exhibit pigs at the county fair. Mr. Hawcott said there would be more club hogs nt the fair this year than ever before. to take his Hurton Thomson plans hcitf.s to the state fair writes most interestingly of her experiences to her mother and sister here. The Herald Is publishing the. letters. Tioiits llrnat/, 52! Olebnites— , Louis Hraatx celebrated his 52nd birthday Sunday, were the Will Ktriie- ma" KruKer, Whittemore, the Her-| man .Struookers, Fenton, "Grandma" i Struocker and Henry Krueger.s, of! West l!r_'!i(l, ICdnn. n.nd Herbert i Bra.ii.tz, Art Put/-, Blanch, .MfiVjorle i rind Tholmn Pilt/, all of Minnesota! Luke. Minn. 1" ""f. ! t Wl - ek at the A ' D ' Brogan home. "" Mrs. Joseph Walters and daughter Geneva and the John Wilsons were Sunday dinner guests of the C., E. Kollasches, St. Benedict. The .T. E. Walkers and eon Lloyd drove to Alexandria Sunday for a visit at the Carl Walker home. Carl is it son of the J. E. Walkers. Mr.s. Tom Weir returned home from M. two weeks vacation at the home of her parents, the J. B. also. County livestock and grain- judginK teamn from Kosauth were discussed. [Mi, with ' Walker Two liltlenltiill Oiimes Won— The Young People's society kitten- bull tennis, boyn find girls, played at Milliard Sunday nnd the AVhittemore boys defeated them X to 7 in n close ttame. The girls game was close, and at tho end of the seventh inning the snore was 9 to t). ning was played and ran In H .scores, making the score IS jto II. Those present! at . orKeS| of Wyndmore, N. D, ickor.s, "Grand- | t SENEGANS ATTEND FAMILY REUNION AT THE OKOBOJIS Mliif Route ClliuiKCd to I'aviiiK — 'Rural mail route No. 2 is to follow the paving east of town, beginning next Monday. Fur three miles the paving runs parallel with both the 'railroad and graveled N't'w Shipping Association Manager At a meeting of the bujml of directors of tile Swea City Shipping association Saturday evening William Nelson was* chosen manager, I* 1 . .1. 'Thomson having resigned following his appointment us local ugent of the Quaker Oats compimy. Kx-Algonlan HUN 8 Operations— Mrs. Claire Erlekson came home lost week Tuesday from the university hospital nt Iowa City. She Is recovering from goiter, gallstones, anil appendicitis operations. Mrs. Erlek- son was formerly Claire KLsher. of Algona. Milk Raised to 8 Cents— Swea City people iigain pay Sc for iillk. For some months H bus been sold at the loeal meat market* nt fie, jut last Thursday the price was ,'id- vaneed. Tent Sliow Play In ir llrre— The Madden & Stll'lman Players nnve show tents pitched on vacant lots south nf the Herald office, and ?re giving a. .slioiv every night this week. Seneca, July 21 — Martin Wilberg and son Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Haris Prestlmus and family, Harry. Val- ilick, and Ole Johannasen went on a fishing trip last Saturday evc- Another in- nitiB at Stony Point near Spirit tVhittemore! Luke. On Sunday the Johannasens helii a family reunion at Lake Okoboji the following being present: Mr. ami Mrs. Martin- Wilberg and I'rlpsl .Substitutes Hi-rr— !'family; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looff, Mr. and Mrs. John Johannasen and family; Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanna- Hen and family; Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthaus and family, of Bancroft; nnd Mr. and Mrs. HarryValdlok and family, Ringsted. Every one took filled baskets for the dinner and the fishermen furnished the fish. - road, the paving- being south of the railroad nnil the graveled roiul north of Hit' tracks. Though the paving has been In a year, railroad cross- Ings were not Installed IHI last week, whereupon Currier Samuel Wurhurton received orders to use the paving. This will compel sev- srul. psitroiiH on the route to move their mall boxes, which will be'more convenient Tor -some but not foi others'. Tbe c-t-rrlei travels foui mik'S tin y.uvliijj;. Thomson Checked In at Elevators— W. • H. Drake, auditor for the Quaker Oats company, arrived last week Tuesday to help the local manager, Frank Thomson, begin work at the former Llvermore elevators, recently sold to the Quaker people. The office is temporarily in the east elevator, but will be moved to the west elevator as soon as repairs east tenv leather Webster Kenning, AVi- nnna, Minn., i.s the priest in charge at St. M.lchael'» parish during Father . William Volt's absence. A\ card from Father Veil last week Wednesday states that they were leaving tor an auto trip through the Grand Cnnyon of Arizona. Mrs. 0. .1. Kloock Loses Mother— Mrs. William Abel, mother of Mrs. O. .7. Kloock, died at.-her home south i of Ventura last week Sunday evening. Funeral services were held at I the United Brethren church in Ventura last week Wednesday afternoon, and burial was made in the Garner cemetery. [at it means \heulbufiaVetogofo Court \ blind corner—screeching brakes—crash! Cars smashed j-the groans of the injured and maimed! [Then a stern judge^-and the jury's verdict—"$10,000 nages awarded." Gone are a lifetime's saving or a ne that just yesterday was Xiill Gushes Roy's T-eg— Donald Ciundcrson, son of Ole Oundersons, west of town, ceived a had gash on one of the re- hls legs when he ran against a nail 'in the .side of the barn. The gash was I'edersons to Minneapolis- Mrs. Manno Pederson, fonnerly Ellen Wilberg, who has been caring for her mother, Mrs. Hans Wllben, Sr., is having her household goods shipped to Minneapolis where Manno has a permanent position as "clerk in a store. Mrs. Pederson's sister Miiuia Wilberg-, who has been employed In Minneapolis, is at borne now earing for her mother. Other Swen City. A 10-lb. son was horn tn Mr. iinr 1 Mrs. Leonard Peterson lust week Tuesday. This is the first child also the first grand Mrs. Verne Wilson. Mr. ana Mrs. Herman Haurman departed Monday for DCS Molncs where Mr. ESnumttn WHS to take i federal examination. Druggist H. T. Winter gut hum Saturday -from Rochester, where ho wont through the Mayo clinic. Mrs. J. E. Ymmg was culler] to Lake City a few days ago by news of the illness of her father. Richard Berg went to DCS Mnlnes Monday to enter a hospital for an opei-ation on his nose. Burton Thomson left Monday to work for Geo. P. Hawcolt, farmer near Burl. Artificially Cooled KOOIjKK AIHK COOMXtt I'J/ANT Trade Matinees each Tuesday and Thursday at !i:3U Priceri, 10-30c. Saturday Two Matinees, 1:30-3:30. Sunday, 1-3 o'clock, 10-3Iic. any seat. 5-7-9 regular prices. Tuesday and Wednesday, July 21-2 GALLULAH BANKHEA1) CLIVE BROOK in "The Garnished Lady" You'll like it! Sunday and Monday, July 36 ••* 9T 1 and 3 o'clock matinee, 10-35C fo» any Real, n-7-fl regular prices. Tliiirsdiiy and Krliln.v, July »:i & '21. Matinee Thursday, July 23, KI-SOc. DOUGLAS FAIHBAIN'KS JR. ANTHONY BU8HELL ROSE HOBART in thrMHng drama of the war "Chances" Greatest since "The Dawn Patrol." Ijife! Romance! Action! Spectacle! Hell bent for nowhere, and making the most of every minute. Girls! Fun! Laughter! Life! Moving up. Ouns! Men! Guns! SATUKDAV SPECIAL! It's the big outstanding outdoor picture of l!)3t. about three inches long and deep. finite puch is the case every day^ the feitry over. Many unfortu- i are paying a crushing price : failing to insure themselves : the all too frequent dan- r of automobile accidents. Auto Insurance for2S% left thanyou arm paying now: That'i what tht National Citizen* Mutual* offer you. A*k thm agent in your city or write direct for details. ATIONAL CITIZENS MUTUALS •" I • ' ~ ONAL IMPLEMENT MUTUAL Owatonnm, Minn. CITIZENS FUND MUTUAL Ktd Wins, Minn. BARRE & FALKENHAINER THKALGOjf A INSURANCE AGENCY It door north of Iowa State Bank Phone 55 SALE W ECONOMY RUUS i PREPARED 11 is surprising how much a nickel or a ' dime will buy at A & I 1 Food Stores. Slop in this week—Ihcrc is an A&P Store near you, and si-o for yourself! You'll be pitted and surprised at the saving! Martin 7>nffy a< Koclicster— Martin and Maurice Duffy were at Rochester several days last week, the former undergoing examination at the Mayo clinic. ^Maurice returned the last of the week and Martin was expected later. Student Nnrsn Resumes Studies— Miss Viola, Balgeman left last week Tuesday evening for Chicago to resume her duties as a> student nurse, after spending' two weeks at the home of her parents, the F. J. Balgemans. Mrs. sr«!(!ri'wy <o Rochester.— Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery left Sunday morning -for Rochester, where Mrs. McCreery will enter St. Mary's hospital. They expect to be gone three or four weeks. To IliiHd Two County Oarages- William Roeber was the successful bidder on two maintenance garages to be erected by Kossuth county. One will be built at Lu Verne and another at Lone Rock. Hals-mil an Finishes Koad Grading'— Practically all grading to be done in Supervisor F. J. Balg'eman's district has been completed, except for some work that J. V. Blbert & Son nre doing. Nels Cliristenson Home Again— Nels Christenson, Seneca garage man, returned from a visit in Brush, Colo., where he visited his sister, Mrs. H. C. Peterson, last Tuesday. He will resume his duties at the garage after September first. The Nielsen boys in Seneca have been taking care of the business during his absence. " there have been made. The elevator will be repaired only porarlly at present, as time is short before the fall movement of grain begins. Threshing; Chubb Farm Wheat— George Biitterflelfl and his son Stewart are this year farming the Chubb section, north of town. They have 1.40 acres of corn, 100 acres of wheat, 70 acres of barley, and (143 acres of flax. They are at present cutting and threshing the wheat with a, combine, and the crop is going 2 ( 8 bushels to the acre and weighing Gl pounds to the bushel. The wheat is being sold to farmers in the community at 45c a'bushel. Street Crossing to be Raised— At the last meeting of the town council the raising of the street crossing west of the Swea City Poultry company's office was authorized and manholes were ordered at the Baptist church and the school building. A leak in the water pipes leading to the school building is being repaired, and it is a difficult task, for some of the pipes are set in cement, Want Ads FOP,. SALK — DATN HAY-STACK-! er and buckrnke. — Geo. p. Grim-! rfehl. Lu Verne. Ilp45-fl THE ONLY WAY TO GET A good jab is to be prepared. Write Mankato Commercial' college, Man kato. Minn. 18p45 LOST — SPARE TIRE AND wheel for 32xG. model A Reward. Lone Hock. Phone 22. Ford truck. Size A. A. Krueger, 1SU45 M.H.UOFFMANJir. presents C1MTIEKIOM BILLFOLD LOST Saturday night : near ice plant. Name of William C'oplet on cover. Contained • $17. Reward. ''Return to Advance. 20p45 STEADV EMPLOYMENT. IF honest, ambitious, willing to' work hard for J33 t,j $T,0 weekly, wite •it once J. R. Watkins Co., JV W.inona, Minn. ' ?Av spaghetti ENCORE SPAGHETTI Macaroni or Noodles SULTANA Red Beans . . • Mustard CAN . . PKG. 5C NO,2 C,, . . CAN oc 8-OZ. e p t • JAR at> WHITE NAPHTHA SOAP Bclinke Builds Oarage- Arnold Wagner has been busy the for Appje . t CAN , , CAN IOC , Betm_Hole Beans . , . BROA*DCA,8T Sliced Beef , , , , . UNEEDAPAPER'S MACAROONS, GRAHAM °JJ RGE , ft _ Sodft Crackers , . « • PKG. AUC CAN 10c G MNDMTHER BREAD 5 IF 5 i; I Sparkle pkg Storey. past week building the garage the new Chevrolet 5-passenger coupe tlwit H. W. Behnke recently purchased. , Opens West llentl Beauty Shop-^Kathryn Grlpperi, former operator at the Rusch barber and beauty shop, has opened a beauty parlor in the Peck barber shop at West Bend. Mission Fest at Falrvllle— The St. Paul Lutheran congregation is invited to attend the Mission Festival at Fairville next Sunday. . Other Whittemore. Mrs. William Littleton has returned from a visit at the Jess Marshall home, Whiting. An 8% pound boy was born at the Marshall home Sunday. Mrs. Mike Weir is taking care of the mother and child. Mra. : Marshall is a daughter of Mrs. Weir and a sister to Mrs. Littleton. The little one was named Joseph Michael. • Mr and Mrs. Ross Fry and three children, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Quan and baby, all of Nevada, arrived in Whittemore Saturday evening. The former returned home Monday and Mrs.. Fry and children are staying for three weeks at Mrs. S. A. Savage's. Father Bernard Elscheld, Breda, and Father Sindler, Cedar Kapios, visited the first part of last week at the home of the former's brother, Martin J. Bischeid. The visiting priests have just returned from an auto tour of the Black Hills and Yellowstone Park. Qeneva Walters and her mother, Mrs. Joseph Walters, and the John WUaons visited with Mrs. Marvin Hansen at Garner, last week Wednesday. Elaine Wilson stayed tor a longer visit. Mrs. Hansen is a daughter of the Wilsons, Mrs Walter T. Dullard and Alice, Dullard, West Union, left last week Tuesday for Rook Rapids lor a visit with Mary and Margaret DuUard- Mrs. Dullard and Alice had visiting in Whittemore since Newly weds' Start Housekeeping— John England was married to Vivian Jensen of Ringsted cm the Fourth of July and the young couple are at home on the farm a mile west of Seneca.. The community extends congratulations to the newly.- weds. Ainltt'asons Move to Ringsted— Mr. and Mrs. John Andreason, Minneapolis, have moved to Ringsted to live. John will be'employ- ed in the new filling station there when it is completed. Mrs. Andreason was formerly Alice Wilberg. Other Seneca News Mr. and Mrs. John 'Schneider and children were at Fort Dodge Sunday visiting Mrs, Sch/ieider's parents. Mrs. Schneider's sister, AVlni- fred 'Scully, went home with them after being here a couple of weeks. Winifred Scully, Fort Dodge, has been assisting her sister, Mrs, John Schneider, during; harvest by taking care of the children and doing the housework. Winifred was a Seneca graduate in 1930. Mr. and Mrs. August "Nelson entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. .Millen Jensen, Mr. and' Mrs. George Jensen and family, Ringstedj and Mr. Louis Appelt and family, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Saxton home. In the afternoon the two families motored to West Bend to see the grotto. Lotta Berg- Fort LOST — JULY 17, NEAR. ALGOX'A swimming pool. Lady's wrist watch and siyall sized Injcevsoll watch. Finder please leave at County Treasurer's office. 21 p4:" Swell Cltyan Goes Sightseeing 1 — Mrs. Anna Larson left last week Monday morning for Shenandoah to join a sightseenig tour sponsored by the Henry Field Seed company. The trip includes Niagara Falls, ' New York, and Washington, D. C. She was accompanied by Mrs. Larson, of Dunnell. Harry gren took them as far as Dodge. Former Algonlan Visits Here — Charles , Hart, once a resident of Algona, then a resident of Swea City some . 12 years ago, visited friends here lost week. He is a painter, and used to follow his trade here. He has been in Texas and Oklahoma for several years, more recently employed at a summer resort near Chicago. Former Teacher Visits Her* — Mr. and Mrs. John L. Thorngren visited 1 friends' here last week. They were en route home from the Oko bojis, where they had spent a va cation. Mr. Thorngren. former Smith-Hughes instructor here, isS now county agent in Shelby county and lives at Harlan. Siveu City Olrl in Europe— EffJe, daughter of Mrs, Victor Eckholm who has taught the- past several years at Des Molnes, is making a tour of western Europe, nnd WOULDN'T THAT MAK.K • YOU! blood boil? DS in the shade — no shade and a blow out — Moral; uso G & J Tires, they cost less. 30x4.50 Open p. m 3G-4- $5.69 at all Gamble Stores. until S p. m. Saturdays no CSeaned-Pressed Repaired * Elk Cleaners and Tailors I'none 880 Wild Horse A PETER B. KYNE STORY One of the best Cosmopolitan magazine stories of last year/ Brimful of comedy, action, and suspense. Plenty of production value. They spent money to make ibis one. OUR GUARANTEE It's the bent Hoot Gibson picture ever made in any year. A BIG CAST The colored Comedian SU'pin Fotchll GEO. BUNNY ALBERTA VAUGHAN EDWARD PEIL JOE RICKSON Also Big Comedy Bill (picture SAM HARDY ! . ! I RALPH BELLAMY '. . STUART ; TERWHf he story of it strange 'rteceptioj*. of a' girl hungry for honest love. batted on 'Alei-ricli's' '"laurels anil' the Lady." •'•" "•' - (,'liiitlcrton lor Krwln for ponied]-. druma, Tuesday-Wednesday, July 28 * 8ft. Tt's different! Musical romance! Oscar Hammerstein and SigniuntS. Romberg's ' MARGARET SCHILLIN6 PAUL GREGORY TOM PATRICOLA "Children of Dreams" First attempt at. a mueical show since "Kiss Me Again 1 , in Fobruary. Extra Special! C'OMIXG SUNDAY AND MOWWAI AUGUST 2 AND SI ROBERT MONTGOMERY in "The Man in PossessUm* Remember the date. and Wednesday, Augr. 4-6 JOE BROWN in "Broadminded" Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter and children, of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn and daughter Marjorie spent Sunday (afternoon at William Osborn's. Lloyd; son of theJReuben Millers in Seneca, accompanied Ed Me* Chane to Waterloo .to .visit' his grandparents. ' , Frank Bailey' and son Hadley were entertained at dinner Sunday at the George Qoetsch • home. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson and family, Waterloo, visited relatives here last week-end. Leona Jensen,' Ringsted, is visiting her cousin 'Betty Nelson for a few weeks. ,-. . Mr. and Mrs,- Hurley Hoeck and family visited the latter's parents at Elmore, • Final Reductions EXTRA CLOSET ROOM FOR SALE CHEAP! GUARANTEED TO FIT YQUK •' PRESENT HOME have enough closet room? Most housewives will emphatically • answer "Ho-" istcnce. No place to put ing why tlie house ia all cluttered -uii. So mucb Whit if Horn* without enough Closet Space? This serious detect can often be remedied and usually at a small cost, by the use of modem buildipE materials and some careful planning. We'll be (lad to liwk your horn* over t and maUe «ufge»tlon«> No charge for thl» ferrice. BOTSFOBl) LUMBER COMl'ANV M, J. I'ool, Manager, On Summer DRESSES Entire remaining summer lines in three separate groups for instant clean-out. GROUP ONE SILK Dresses $ Worth up to , $6,00, axe now 3.95 FUpue AJUfonu the fo|>ojft8 .RQflUp fctfor* *W jftTfe** 1 ** *?'^E' JEFFERSON BUS LINES 9BEVICE —Between— Westbound—Read Down Daily P. M. 3:00 8:10 2:45 3:16 6:25 8 1*0 9:85 10UO HiOO Dally A. M. 7:00 7:40 7:45 7:00 6-45 WATEKf.00 DES KOINES EFFECTIVE JUIY I, WS1. Bastbourid-TRead Up - Daily P. 54&;15 4:35 Lv. Lv. . 1:55 Ly. L V. Lv. Av. Ar. Ar. Minneapolis. St. Paul Rochester Des M,oines Ar. Ar. Ar, Daily A.M. i;20 13:40 12:25 1:15 Gamer City mm HfQP Wbittewore C^toder AJ-. A.r. LV. , LV. Lv. Lv. 11:10 8:59 8! 3| 7; 8:00 7;0§ 5:5« ,»i"*V<i tl .f>-V K?*? GROUP TWO SILK Dresses $ Worth up to $10.00, are now 6.49 GROUP THREE ^^^^f^' ^^P ^^^^r ^Mf ^^lir ^^B^^ ^W^= A Worth up $12.50, 7 Q + %_J * s -ij^^ ^^^^^^ ^ astomsWug ^9 ^It ^^- t ^^ ^fllPV-i^PI^ u»w\a&afru;£K

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