Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1932
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(j 1 »i AGEDPK N N Ll lAL HERE Mott Powerful property n ce. ** fi«>drust are constantly at * inir'your property.'They flay, Oood paint will ,_t, because it protects When you save the save all! Our' paint fevou less, because to covers the * "properly, and lasts longer. f w «ikrry a complete line of THE FAMOUS PAINTS AND BRUSHES BAW LINSEED OIL —and— IRIT9 OF TURPENTINE |7c«li P rlce °' "^ "*' K" I|OM> ...HBB'S KITCHEN, 18 THE WEST BOOM WE HAVE" _Whr shouldn't It be ilnce sl'e spends •«>' • BB «h of her time there." - tjiirprlstng how much can be to make the old kitchen con- and cheerful, and at such a Htl' Modern-materials'make _ble, We show you how to i"hours of tedious drudgery, not make your dream kitchen a reality! UCE8 AEE DO WN! NOW IS | THE TIME TO REMODEL AND PAINT Botsford imber Co. JIM POOL, Manager. PHONE 266 City, May 3—The Frank Thomsons drove to Aurora'Satur- day, returning Sunday after attending services, for Mrs. Thomson's father, Ewen J. Campbell, Saturday. Mr. Campbell was born In McGregor, coming to Emmet county when three years old. At the time of his death he was the oldest resident of Emmet county. His father, E. B. Campbell, was-the first postmaster In Emmet county, being appointed .at Armstrong Grove. In 1885 'he married Katherlne Laurltzen, and there are five living children, Mrs. F. J. Thomson, Swea City, Mrs. EH Gregg, Pasadena, Mrs. E. Zentmyre, Aurora, Mrs. F. •B. Brocksus, Waterloo, and Donald L., Waterloo. One son, Boyd, died In 1918 in the service. There are 18 grandchildren, one great grandchild. All the children except Mrs Gregg were present at the funeral. •Three-sisters survive, Mrs. Anna Wadsworth, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Nellie Stlckney, Vancouver, Wash. 1 , Mrs, .David. Blair, Maza, N, D. Mrs, Blair came before her brother died, In . 1922 he married Mrs. Laura Brlnkley, who also survives. Mr. Campbell has made his home in Algona the last few years, and dlld there last Thursday after a stroke suffered ten days previously. Funeral services were held In the Laird chapel Friday, and Saturday COWt AftVAKcE. ALQOtfA. IOWA w, J Death Brings Halt to Trip to Old Country broLr^of ts. ^^^ '£? * ^ "* ""' ^'^ Sunday at the Kossuth hospital. He ' rtiri had been sick with a sore throat, Oypgy Band Passes Through— ?„£.„ I* A, ° n set ln he was ' °yP 8le a ^ove through St. Joe Sat^ Hi . l ° A1 S°"a. He had planned a urday in a Ford. They stopped trip to Germany, had bought his briefly on No. 169, north of the vll- ticket, was to leave Sunday night lage, at a point where a new bridge for New York, and was to sail this !« being built. week Wednesday. He had lived here ' two years. 'Funeral services wore Mrs. Ernest Gales' Mother Dion— held this week Tuesday at Sn. Jos-1 Mr - and Mrs. Ernest Galee return- eph's church. ed last week Wednesday from Wat„,. . —— , kins, Minn., where they attended miicksand Hinders Bridge Crew— I the funeral of Mrs. Gales' mother. Workmen on a new bridge on- No. I 169, north of St. Joe, struck quick-j •'• p - Klrsoh Hospital Patient- sand recently, and it took almost a J °hn P. Klrsch.wae at St. Jos- week to get a firm footing. Steel eph's hospital, Fort 'Dodge, a few sheeting was driven 'below it Satur- days last week, day. The bridge work has been progressing rapidly, considering the, „,. . . , . „ k recent high water and other ob- L, The P^ochlal ball team defeated • --, Department S/ores Qn «1 ity Merchandise AtNev Hull Nine Wins Game— stacles. Shower Honors He\en Ills— A miscellaneous shower was giv- Clare Friday afternoon here, 9-3. Other St. Joe. Henry Zlemet and Arthur Illg en last week Tuesday night for'drove to Fort Dodge Sunday, the Helen Illg at Mr. and.Mrs. George former.for.medical treatment for his Wagner's, 50 attending. The -even-1 eyes at St. Joseph's hospital. ing was spent at cards, after which I the bride-to-be unwrapped many gifts. Lunch was served. Erpeldlnur Team In Runaway- Ed Welter, employed by P. J. Er- leldlng, had a narrow escape from! •the body was taken to where services were held Aurora, in the Christian church, of which he wag a member. He was 70 years old. Twenty-Six to be Graduated— Swea City high school will graduate 16 girls and ten boys next week Thursday. Seventeen are from the rural district and nine from town. The. commencement address will be delivered by Dean Robert E. now, of the state university. Rie- The for IMME& SAFETY! ; We recommend a 5% bond a company in which the New York Life Insurance Co. |(«n« of our five largest bond yera) holds over »7,000.1*00,00 of the same Issue. This bond may be bought 'to yield more than <t%: We also have a few good ' ; I bonds for sale, on Request IMDONALD&CO, BONDS -.State Bit. B14*. Rev. B. L. Weaver will preach the baccalaureate sermon next Sunday, and his subject .is A Momentous De- ;61sion. Officers, of the 1932 class are 'Frances' -Kuchynka, president; "Lucille Kollaech, vice president; Alice Dahl, secretary-treasurer; Everett Bixell, class editor. The Oriental poppy is the class flower; The Horizon Widens as We Climb, the motto; and the class colors, smoke and flame. Graduates are Le Roy Applequlst, Marjorle Simmons, Rose Slowniske, Everett Bixell, Lucille Peterson, Grace Berg, Virginia Fultz, Genevleve Knutson, Catherine Bravender, Lucille Ivollasch, Thelma Carlson, Doris Jenson IRalph Johnson, Helen Thoreson Alice Dahl, Myrtle Holcomb, Martha Holcomb, Ila Gushing, Frances Kuchynka, Vincent Karsten, Clarence Hovey, Darwin Hanifan, Edgar Price, Harold Evans, Laurence Helmke, Winston Erickson. The junior-senior banquet will be servec •this Friday evening at Luther hall Rone Besch, West ^Bend, helped with the housework -at- Mrs. John Lentsch's last week.' \ ' A nbmber of men here attended a Mrs. Anna' Altman farm machinery sale at Llvermore Saturday. John Clemens,' St. Paul, went njury or death one day last week, home Monday,'after a week he.-e. herville, Graettinger, Armstrong, Fenton, Swea City, and Dolliver. Lela Young and Mr. and Mrsi Cauffman, of Chicago, are visiting the J. E.. Youngs, south of town. lisa Young and Mrs. Kauffman are daughters of the Youngs. Ilo Edwards Is recovering from an appendicitis operation performed at Armstrong last week Wednesday morning. The Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Weaver and Geneva Picht attended the school in Estherville to prepare to teach in the local vacation Bible school. . Starts ers Sale Thursday Ma y 5th It has been my responsibility to assemble a group of outstanding values for this big event. Come and share in these savings. I expect this to be the best sale of the season. C. L. BLILEY, Manager. 9 - BIG DAYS - 9 Every Day A Big Value RUFFLED CURTAIN SETS Here's A Timely Priscilla style .with.4r.in. ruffle! Fine quality, marquisette 27 in. wide. Colored stitch edges. 45c as Helena Meier. After a short visit with her mother she will join her husband at Montevideo. The C. G. Humphreys entertained Mrs. Humphrey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller, of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Miller and children of Kanawha, and Ellen Carlson, of Algona at dinner Sunday in honor of the first birthday anniversary of Ruth Ellen. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause, the former's mother, Mrs. Herman Krause, and Bernard Luedtke left last week Wednesday for Watertown, Wis., to attend the funeral of i The Applequlst grocery moved to j a relative. They were to return the :he new quarters, the former Oscar Pearson store, Monday. FENTOU-S, BANQUET HELD FRIDAY NIGHT Fenton, May 3 — The junior-senior banquet was 'given, at the Kermore hotel at Emmetsburg Friday night. The program follows: Welcome, Sidonia Blerstedt; response, Martin Peril; senior prophecy, Alma Pederson; history, Lucille Weisbrod; interesting facts about seniors, Leona )VE THE CAUSE I RHEUMATISM Allenru v , start to formula all 'Q ha; i '"w.Baipijqpp^ppjp^ mm Jr. Exhibit at Church— The Methodist Aid, Div. 1, gave a hooked rug, quilt, and antique die play in the church basement Satur day afternoon and , evening. Ffftj quilts made by local* women wen displayed. Some especially worth} of mention were: Spread woven b; Mrs. Magnus Peterson in Sweden; an open and drawn work spread 'brought from France during the World war, owned by Mrs. Olaf Pearson; quilt made by an 85-year- old woman, the quilt many years old, owned 'by Mrs. Jack Vaughn; quilt made by Dr. N. M. Hill when she was 12 years old, the quilt now nearly-100 years old, exhibited by her grand niece, Mrs. S. Warburton. There "were many new beautiful patterns, Thirty hooked rugs, made by local women, were shown, and 100 different articles of interest were displayed on the x antique table. Ar- Borchardt; no one forgets school daj's, Alvina, Dreyer; gifts from the seniors. Arthur Kuecker; toast, Gerald Voight; Onward Seniors, Supt. M. E. Otterness; Nine Rahs for F-in- ton, James Schwartz. Members of the class are: Elmer Krueger, Frank Dreyer, Karl Schwartz, Alma Pederson, Howard Ulfers, ;Anna Reimers, Helena Radig, Martin Peril, Ella Dreyer, Hans Krause, Marlys Jensen, Clara Mlenkee, Bertha 'Hus- ticles brought from Scotland, den, Holland, Germany, Norway, France, and of pioneer days, were exhibited, besides local pictures of Interest to people who have lived •here for years. 'Lunch was served during the afternoon and evening and a. large crowd was present. Youth Charged With Larceny— Everett Lester, 18, was arrested last week Tuesday night on a charge of taking money from the cash drawer in the Farmer's elevator here. Mr. Elder, manager, had suspected Lester, and had some marked bill* in the drawer. Lester was left in the office alone, and the money was later found missing. When charged with the theft Lester admitted his guilt. He was tried before Justice J, L. Vaux Wednesday morning, and Justice Vaux continued, the case till September 1 pending good behavior. .„_ Iiithw* Poors' Meet— The Rev. Raymond Swanson and ^e'* Rev, 'F. - Oscar Johnson, with Mr*, Theo, Anderson and Mrs. O.' L. Thore*pn, were aj AkrojvJaflLyeek —"'and Tuesday attending the northwest district meeting 'o Lutheran Iowa Conference of Synod. The Rev. C. the W. «amuel»on, well known here, Is pastor Pf th* Lutheran, church in Akr IW,, Mm, Anderson and Mrs. Thor : •on are alters of the Rev. Mr, .aaniijeUon. _ TUt- , eighth grade pu- , the Swea City school Algona en- welling contest in r There were « p Robert was ninth from last spewed down. Marlon Arn, 0* St. Benedict, wa» winner. Cresco township, B»»eb»ll Team 8t«rt«d— w CJty te to have a town baser ball .Qm this summer, managed toy G«gor Deto i? to be l ( U*w8j*f*. •"-•»• -f S the other players are to Swea City and sur' has Ben kamp, Lucille Weisbrod, Arthur Kuecker, Willard Ranny, Merwin Widdel, Harold Geronsin. The class motto Is, "With the ropes of the past we will ring the bells of the future." The class colors are maroon and silver, and the class flower is the white tea rose. Mrs. Ursula Weisbrod Returns— Mrs. Ursula Weisbrod and- granddaughter Verna Kohtetedt returned last week Wednesday morning from Baker, Ore. Mrs. Wetebrod 'has been making her home with her daughter Lydla there the last 'two years. She will now remain. with her children here. Sunday .a family reunion was held at the home of 'her .daughter, Mrs. John Light, in honor of her return. Present were Mr. and .Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. John Bellinger, Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt and daughter Verna, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod and children, Mr, and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice, Mrs. Kate Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maudsager and son Eugene, Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Weisbrod and son Melvln, of Ringsted, Viola Light and Lucille Nelson, of Britt, Shower for Mrs. Russell Chlsm— Mrs. Russell Chlsm, nee Helena Meier, December bride who returned home last week for the first time since her marriage, was honor guest at a miscellaneous shower at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meier Saturday evening, Each guest gave a recipe for the bride's use. and just before refreshment* were served the bride unwrapped her gifts. Mrs, Gaprge, ) Hanna.' of Lone Rock, Tillies and. Dolphine were out-of- first of this week. Mrs. Emma Curry entertained at a quilting bee last Thursday after- t noon. Present,were Mesdames Mike Weisbrod, Henry > Boevers, 'Herman Luedtke, Ursula Weisbrod, ' Kate •Newel, W. E. Stoeber, Wm. Lakln, and J. F. Newel. Dr. S. W. Meyer reports the birth of a 9%-lb. girl Friday night to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Heddinger; south of town. The new baby has 'been named Mary Agnes. s Mr. and Mrs. Heddinger now have four girls and one boy. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz was hostess to the birthday club Friday afternoon. The time was spent at sewing. At the close of the afternoon lunch was served. Mrs. Schwartz was presented with a gift by the club. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte entertained Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Widdel and children, Marion and Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen and daughter Marlys and son Perry, at dinner Sunday. A demonstration of an automatic electrical refrigerator was given at the Fenton mercantile company Friday. Two baskets of groceries were won t>y Hans Wilberg Sr. and F. F. Mueller. Clair Ike, of Armstrong, has been assisting in the Jens Nordahl bar- town' guestB".' Shower Honors Mr*. Brown— A miscellaneous shower >ln honor of Mrs. Donovan Brown, nee Vivian Glaus* was given at the Methodist church last week Monday night. Games were played and Just before lunch was served little Mary Holldorf and Lyle Weisbrod, dressed aa pride and groom, delivered gifts to the bride. More than 100 were present, and ^»e gifts were numerous and beautiful. Wilfred Stodw •* Howe— ; Wilfred Stoeber returned Sunday from Hartford, Wte-. where he has been employed the pa»t several months. Wilfred will assist his father WE Stoeber, in the hardware, store till the first o* July, when 'he expects to resume work as salesman for the Northrup King see* company. ' Attends Golden B. C. Nemitz, of Hampton, on Fenton friends Sunday. Mr. jnitz, a. former resident here, to attend the golden w j d * tnB4liraB , •versary of Wr, and Mrs, Augqet Bpettcher j» borhood. 'bershop since last week Monday. Mr. Nordahl has not been; able to work 'because, of infection in one of his fingers. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephs^nson moved Friday into the Adolph Gramenz 'house, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohn moved 'Saturday into the house vacated by the Stephensons. •Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Ruske left Monday for Des Moines, where Doctor Ruske will attend a state dental convention. . Mrs. Ruske will visit her sister, Mrs. Robert Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolfe, Klemme, and the Calvin Householder family, of Lone Rock, were entertained at W. R, Wolfe's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding and son Kay Edwin', and Mrs. Holding, .of Burt, \ were guests at W. W. Boettcher's., Mr. and-Mrs, CartEbert and Henry Ebert, of Whlttemore, visitors at Frank Bailey and • Ruske'B Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. KJyhl daughter Ruth Mae visited Peter and August Kyhl homes Ringsted Sunday. Fourteen members of the local W. F, M, S. attended the Algona district meeting at Belmond last week Wednesday. Mrs. E. C, Weisbrod attended 'a bridge party at the Dr., J. W, McCreery home last week Wednesday night. The Asa Warner family, of Lo>d- MESH HOSE You'll be interested In this quality at this low- price. New Scarfs, clever patterns Marquisette Panels PuH length, 40 Inches wide, fringe edge! Novelty Sweaters, short sleeve styles. Broadcloth SHORTS Superior quality broad- clolh. Fancy stripe patterns. New Frocks, Princess Peggy styles _ Boys' Overalls FANCY SOX Men! You'll appreciate their .wearing qualities. They're bargains. VOILE DRESSES You've never seen anything like these for value. Good-looking dresses made of quality materials. Every dress gust received within the last few weeks—.ill sizes __. $1.95 NEW WASH FABRICS Rice Voiles Printed Voiles Smart, snappy, floral patterns in quality voiles that are excellent for dainty afternoon frocks, for porch dresses, for kiddies' clother. They're only, a yard 32-piece DINNER SETS Amazing — Theae floral patterns with rolled edges for so little! They're new*... SHEETS 45c Seamless Sheets, 31x90 size are unusual at this price. 19c Just exactly the right kind of fabrics for all summer wear. Beautiful printed patterns in pastel shades, blue, pink, green and maize "40 in. wide; yard Princess Slips, ^ Rayon Wat Crepe•"__ 29c Marvelous Values are These SILK STOCKINGS Here are the greatest saving opportunities in fifteen years. Silk Hosiery is at rock bottom prices. Clear chiffon and service weight silk hose are yard, 1 spent Sunday with Mr, Warner's mother,' l^rs. Henry Wvner Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy, and chllflren,' of Burt, were Sunday guesto at the'E.,C. Weiabrod's. i • 'Alma Madison, of Lone Rock, spent 'Friday afternoon at C. G. Humphrey's.' ' ABED IEDYARO'MAM FOUND DEAD IX BED BY IAU6HTER l^edyard, Apr. 2«-Mrs. WUHam S^hadendorf found her father, Mr. Johnson, who had lived with her 19 years, dead in bed last week Tuesday. fl* w^a'foorn at Wypaeer, Qer* many, September 8«, 1844, and .a,t death Wft» 89. OR September '11, 1898, he was married to ,L*n«, H«W, and ten children were 'born, three dying In infancy and a daughter in The Johnsons c^qne ica In November, *8»5, ' Mr^, Joh'nion died Amer- at 19, l?|0. Joan and Bancroft; «pd three John Mamminga, Kamrar; bert Ifrqmmlnf a, Scfta<|end,<>rf, three son«, seriously ill Saturday, an4 All silk hose from-top to toe, full - fashioned picot top, now—., Finest, she e r, clear, full-fashioned silk stockings are now— There are no second quality or imperfect hose in a Graham Store! DAIRY PAILS Strong, serviceable, rust proof, 12-qt. size featured special 1 . . ; Ribbed Unions, women's styles 49c LINEN CRASH lOc Stevens all pure crash, bleached brown, 18-in. wide. Felt Base Rugs, 9x12 ft. size $4.69 SPRING HATS SHEETS All new, selected spec- for ^this-event. '$2.00 and $3.00 values value toi ironed, ready supply A value for the manager's sale. A value for the man- GOLDEN WEDDING IS CELEBRATED AT IOTTS CREEK LoUs Creek, May 3— rMr. and Mrs., August" Boettcher V entertained $00 guests at »>6 o'clock! , 'dinner Sunday evening In -honor of - their golden.' wedding- anniversary.', -Mr. and Mrs. Boettcher have lived their married life on a farm northwest of Lofts Greek. The honored couple have teen faithful members of the Lotts Creek church. To this union were born six children, Herman, of Algona, Robert, of Fenton, BlU and 'Fred, of Lotts Creek, Mra. Walter Oeiienfeld, of Algona, and Mrs, Paul Schmidt, of North Dakota. After the dinner the Rev- B. Fiene gave ». talk In honor of the couple, A number of relatives *nd Wedne»d«y evening in their 15th wedding toe week *M>nor »f anniversary, remembered of the Carl Zumachs, Juli.ua Will, Mr, and Mra, John Kohlwes and children, Mr. and Mre. Wilfred Billgue, Reuben . and Mabel Leudtke, The evening was spent at gamea and cards, after which lunch was. served. The Van ' Bueren family and Mr. Bueren'a mother, of Des Jlolnea, came Sunday to visit Mra. '' Van iBueren's mother, Mra. , Henry -Behiike, and attend the golden wedding anniversary of , Mr. < and .Mrs. August <Boettcher. '<-Mr, and Mr*. John Kohlwes, EJlsle Ewold and Arlin, Mr. and Mr*. Richard PotraU, Berth* and Arthur, 'were Sunday guwiU of Mr, and Mr*. Robert Lelgher, Algona. Eleanora Pompe »nd Qladys launders, of Correctionville, came Saturday to vi*H at Albert Kre#- •in'i. They left again Sunday. (Nick Oengier and Reuben Leudtke drove to Chicago, leaving iMt week 'Monday evening returninjj again early Wednesday morning. !Mr, and Mrs, August Mtelke. of Wnittemore, and the Otto Lelsner family, spent Sunday at Albert 'Lillian Kre«sln «pent last 'week Wedn?sd#y 'and Thurwiay with her p«rent4,,Mr, and .Mr*, Albert Kre*T >in. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Lelsner an<l •Mrs, Kabn, o| Afepna, spent fast Thursday at Wm. Leaner gr.'a, Mr. and Mrs. Herman. Retener spent Sunday at B^ntsr«tt with, the iatter'a s^ter, Mt«. QIasanip, , ' A group <jf young (Studente will be cpwtir«»e4 Swftday fe theran ?b^rc% ~ Church services will 4>e> Thurswiay, eventaf to sion ^y. A WttertbjOl Bancroft Locals Mr. and Mra. E. J. Seeney and .the lather's parents,, Mr, and Mrs., Adam Ditsworth, l drove, to , Owatonna, Minn., 'Sunday to'vWt the Charles Luttrelta. The Dltsworths remained for. a month, the Seeneya returning. Mns. Luttrell is another daughter of the Ditsworth*. " "•"•' Mrs, Jo's, Recker entertained nine women at a quilting Friday for her daughter, Florence McQilligan, who will foe married Monday, Attending from out of town were Mr*. William (Boettcher, Fenton, Mrs. Ivan Long, Swea City, and Mra. C* I* Holding, Burt. The Karl Brown*, Reading, Minn., spent the weekrend with the Otto Barenthins and John Karel*. Mr*. Brown i» a *toter of Mr*. Barepthin and John. Mr. and Mra. Fred pecker, Ma«on City, vi»Ked last Thursday at Mrs, Josephine Lappe's. Becker 1 * and .Frank A high school Junior'senior banquet will be given at the achpolbouse this week Thur*day evening. Tfoe St. John's Junior-senior banquet given at St. JohnVa-Udftorlum Thursday. The Lutheran Aid met •last Thurs day at Mra. John Nyman's, •Luther League that Francis Kram,er, a birthday at Alphonee Mescher 1 *, Mr, er is a brother of Olra. Droeasler, Mrs. Albert Schlltz, daughter* Bartha -and -Viola; ~Mra. I* J, MouSl. and Rose Besch' a'pent 'Saturday, Sunday, and Monday at De* Moiiw* wit»}., Leone, SchUt?; Attending th« Kennedy beauty' school^, ' < Mrs. Marion PuU spen4> the end at- Maeon City with her band, Linus Puts. •'Mr*,. Put*-j'l» principal of •the high school. " Georgia Carmean, Mrs. O. IX Hart, daughter Antoinette, and !rV L. Rossman, Seneca, drove to Molnea Sat^^day to attend Drake relays, The Harts also. vwS*, Virgil Segar, nephew of Mr*. Hart, „ Attorney H. A, Poyle and W^»» " son* returned to their bom* 15* v Vankton, g. p., Sunday, after •'ttE ?< day. with the <ormer' a m^her. * O. H. Doyle,' ' A»ne Pwajler, Carroll, -la ner *on> Sylveater, the week at $& M p. Hart, an<| J. . M*ry Mra. SwaHer & a. ^Jster of gar and an aunt of M««d» ~ aon, Mre. Segar, and ¥r. iteft.at «9h«» 'Pe Sunday afternoon,

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