Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1932
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I I ..Bl- / s eotJNtY ALBfrNA. * * "* * / ' , tft ,' ; .^ \ '* 'yjf*"tiu ' '" ,«rft a\&i; - ^ 4 • »»< Miv-'-l-i'?.-- .«* , -/, '; : ->r':tt ,. ....i"....}.'"" • • • i', . League Ice creatn social ort the of Unchurch Sat- alternates. 4 ' Mabel :cratty, Minneapolis, came Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. C. B Murtagh, she teaches in the Minneapolis schools. Miss Crattry will Visit her father at Ames and rela- tlves at Iowa City and Chicago be- W(e returning to Minneapolis late In the summer. Mrs. C. daughters W. Hopkins and her Bessie, Mrs. William hospital report*; Mrs. , .Gobdell, major op- Frlday «•»• the daugh- hjtfIWlil"* * <w"w «D ••"»' , » former County -Agent Barker, Walter r l/»renz spent «Dodge^wHh the' tot., Mts> O. Lorene, who r daughter, Mra, Myron t'and Harriet'Betty Hanson, mm 8 respectively, .daughter*, of End Mra. Charles Hanson, ,A1- underwent .. tonsllectdnilea Simmons 10 spending Hawcott, and Mrs. J. H. Bailey, of Spencer, spent Friday at Wells, Minn., guests of Mrs. ,T. C. Andev-i son, sister-in-law of Mrs. Hopkins, Mrs. Bailey and her daughters spent last week here. >'•. D. W. Mlllen, Springfield, 111., and uretchen Meyers, Mason City, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs George Free Jr. Mr. Mlllen and George are Sigma Nu brethren at Iowa City and both were recently graduated from the state university pharmacy school. .The state college at Ames heid a .clinic for'the-. Iowa Veterinary association Friday at Ames, and Algon- jans who attended were Dr. and 'Mrs. J. O. F. .Price and Dr. L w Fox. Dr. H. B. Woodward; Whltte- more, and Dr. R. B.. Weber, Bancroft, also attended. Mrs. -Nora Kaln, Aurora, 111., and her daughter Elizabeth arrived Mon- for visits with local relatives and friends. They are headquartering at Frank Bestenlehner's, Whlt- temore. Mrs. Kain was a sister of the. late Mrs. Besterilehner. The Kalns lived here many years. Mrs. L. M .Merritt, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mrs. H. W. Becker, and Llk at Des Molnes,' attending itlonal Charls Institute. \She is fcharig representative ,in this Mrs. F. H. Heeneln, Chl- - ['wentSunday with the D. H. to, family. They yrere en route jfrom a three weeks trip In the . .nd Mrs. (Forrest Cooper, Maxon the G.,W. Stlllmans en route to the Okobojis. Stlllman is a former resident rell. ' • ' |r a nd Mrs. N. Victor Lowe are 'its of a girl, horn at the Kos[' hospital Sunday; the third They now have a son and f daughters. . ' I picture of Mrs. John ..Shirley, daughter-in-law of County i and Mrs. Wm. Shirley appear- 1 the society section of Sunday's I Molnes'Register. 10. Richardson, of the Richardj furniture store, spent Monday ; Dodge, attending a Norge Igerator salesmen's meeting, for i he is local dealer. -• . and Mrs. Frank Tates, Clin[ and their children left this ling for home, after a visit e a week ago Monday with Mrs, ' father, William Dehnert, flmea N. C. Rice, F. W.- Ding- J J, T. Chrischilles, ,T. C. S'her- l, and C. H. Beardsley spent last K. Mrs. W. A. 'Barry attended a Legion Auxiliary '8th district meeting at Garner Tuesday. A picnic dinner was served at the Garner tourists' park at noon, and in the afternoon there was a meeting at the Legion hall. Cemetery Dues Must Be Paid The officials of Rlverview Cemetery association are mating out statements to those owing the association for upkeep of their lots. There are many" who have neglected to pay their dues for some years past, and this situation is creating a difficult problem for the officials of the association, as they are trying In every way to make the cemetery more beautiful and a credit to the community. In order to continue this, work the .officials ask the co-operation of all lot owners, and ask that those who still owe for the upkeep of their-lots remit the amount they owe the association to Albert Ogren, 'Algona; -Iowa,'present superintendent. The law provides that the-continued failure to maintain or care for a cemetery lot or half lot for a, period of twenty (20) years shall create and establish the presumption that the same has been abandoned, and after'proper proceedings the Cemetery association may sell the lot or half lot and convey title thereto, and the funds' realized' from the sale of such lot or half lot shall constitute a fund to be used solely for the perpetual care and upkeep of such lot or half lot so sold and likewise any occupied portion thereof. In pursuant of this provision It is the plan of the Cemetery association to sell all abandoned lots or half lots. We would advise all parties interested .In any abandoned lots to see Mr." Ogren at once and arrange to take care of all past due charges. Bated at Algona, 'Iowa, this 27th day of June, 1932. JUVflGRVJEW CEMETERY ASSOCIATION 42 ' Algona, Iowa. m |reday at Ames with the A. .traveling in'the ; Kice car. . C. F. Specht and her daugh- [Elsie returned ,-Tuesday from mtain Lake, Minn., where • they I visited since Friday'..with Mra. iht's mother, Mrs. William ds. . ' (r.'and Mrs. T. L.'Larson spent r at Mallard with the former's Iher Carl, who has ; been seriously ; s two weeks, threatened' with nonla. He Is /employed - in a James Biggins, ~Fort Dodge, [her granddaughter, Mary Cath- BCain, canie Saturday,for a'few i with Mary Catherine's ., father, |B. Cain, Milwaukee'postal, rail" clerk, <> ", T, IF, O'Halre Jr.-,, -Washlng- I D. C., and her daughter' ' are «ted tomorrow for 'a. visit till Iwlth Mrs. O'Haire's parent*, Mr, TMrs. H. E. Rist. Mrs,-O'Haire | Eugenia Rist. . . •* . . B, Moore Smith, Des Moi'nes, [play solo cornet In the Algona band at the ' July. Fourth frratlon at the fairgrounds. Mr. 1* a brother-in-lfw, of S. t J. euer and W, iA. .Barry. 1 Howe, Bancroft, upent tost Wednesday, Thursday, and ' with the R, G. -RlQhardsdng, | took county uniform teaqhers' wlnatlons. She Is a=cousin of 1 Mr, and Mrs, Richardson; * ith McMahon spent^ the week- l«t Mason City ( guejrt.of a Mrs. •we, who attended "Rosary col« i pft'oago, with BfUttyJ' ji num- former Roiary glrlfl •guests-of M.rp. Temple. b *& Wr ^ e> flfP»* » nd Ms iy visttiui/+v.a^T»-v,. ••» j t Bran« ,-^. 1 . ,,.tWy;.and guests of the;Brane?fi^we.re Mrs. Addle Seymour has sold her house on south Minnesota street to H. C. Fredericks, John Deere representative in this territory. S'he will give possession in a month. Mrs. Seymour,'whose deceased husband was for many years a Lakota banker, plans to continue making her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram B. White, Alma Greiner, and Carl Pearson left Saturday for a week at Cass (Lake. Mrs. White is employed at the James drug store, and Carl is deputy county auditor. Mr. Whit.e Is a new Algona lawyer, recently nominated by the republicans for justice of the peace. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Whitney, Fond du Lac, Wis., and their children, Jean and' Don, are expected Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Whitney's mother, Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, and Mrs. Whitney and the children will remain a month. Mr. Whitney travels for Borderi milk. His wife was Elizabeth Dickinson. Four girls have been born at the Kossuth hospital in the last -week, one each to the following parents: Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Weydert, Algona, June 27; Mr. and Mrs. N. Victor Lowe, Algona, June 26; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capeslus, Algona, June 25; and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weisbrod, Fenton, June 29. Patients at the Kossuth hospital during .the last week were: Louis Galloway, Corwith, surgical, June 27; Mrs. Edward Dontje, Gerled, medical, June 27; Barbara May Clave, Ottosen, surgical, June 25; and. Gecena Gremnur, ' six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eppo Gremnur, Wesley, surgical, June 29. Mrs. M. C. Keith, Casper, Wyo., and her daughter Mary Jane arrived Mrs. Duncan's mother, Mrs. George H. Free. They left Westfield Monday in their car. Mr. Duncan is athletic director In the schools at Westfield. They will be here and at Mr. (Duncan's family home at Oconto, Wis., till fall. Mrs. Duncan was Esther Free. County Supt. and Mrs. Shirley, with their daughter, Mrs. Harry Winslow, her husband, and son, are expected home this week-end from a week with the Dr. Hale Shlrleys, Lincoln, Neb. During Mr. and Mrs. .Shirley's absence Mr. and Mrs. John Shirley have charge of the county superintendent's office. Doctor Shirley Is associated with a Lincoln medical clinic. Mrs. M. E. Worster, who with her husband recently spent several weeks in California, has .prepared a well written account of what they saw there, and it was In type for this week's Advance, but for lack of space it and other type had to be held for next week's paper. The Worsters had many interesting experiences,' and a wide circle of friends will be glad to read the story, Dr. and MrsV'R. M. : Wallace, and' the latter's sister, 'Marie Grover,\ of Burt, will leave next Tuesday on a motor tour in the west. They plan to go first to the Yellowstone park, where -they will fish in^ the famous Yellowstone lake. The rest of the trip depends on fancy, but will Mrs. fi Web., and tti«i^ pJMufre'i), o wshlmer got hpme last wpek for the summer wUh< her h 'Mr. and Mr0, ,F, .Jr-Btfrt- In the Hammer?, Md^ /school* and will go-back Jn t 'i-,r,t :v c t Siinday for a surprise visit .with the former's • mother, 'Mrs. Jennie M, Dewel. They happened to come when Mrs. Keith's brother, E; H. Dewel,'Muskogee, Okla'., and his daughter Martha were here. Both girls have ju* been graduated from high school. Mrs. W. F. Miller, Livermore, her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Leon Miller, Renwick, and the. latter'8 daughter Reglna were guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson. The elder Mrs. Miller, a girlhood friend bf Mrs. Peterson, Is the,wife of the Livfr- more Gazette editor, and the younger Mrs. Miller's husband publishes the Renwick'Times. Mrs. Jennie M. Dewel, her daugh- •4eh Mrs. M. Cj'Ke^th, Casper,,Wyo. the tetter's daughter (Mary " Jane, Mrs. Dewel's son, E. H. Dewel, Muskogee, Okla., his daughter Martha, and Mrs. B, A. Thorpe go to Clear Lake tomorrow for a week 'at the •Laird cottage, and will be joined there by Mrs. Geo. G. .Cole, Maxwell, and her daughter Elinor, 'Mrs. Ai A. Beguhn went to Fay? ette Friday on receipt of news of the deatji of her inother. Mr. Beguhn and the children followed Sunday, Mr. Beguhn returning Monday^Mrs. Beguhn and the children were-expected yesterday, Mr. Begubn, Is Firestone representative in this territory? and the family. Jives in the , ably lead them north to .the '.Glacier national park, possibly into Canada. They expect ;to return Jn three weeks. Jane Vincent got home a week ago. Saturday from Franklin Park, 111., where; she teaches English.- She will go back in September. Tomorrow she goes to Rock Valley to join a girl friend from Orange-.City and spend a \veek or more in the Black .Hills'. The • girls roomed together at Newton when both taught there. Tane will spend most of the'summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, 3. Vihceht. Mil. and Mrs. c. fi< Nugent, l«s Angeles, arrived .yesterday to visit ;he former's mother, Mrs". W. D. Nugent! and Other .local relatives. Mrs. tfugehf was Mildred P.bush, who taught In the local schools some years ago. Last year she tailght In ihe Los: Angeles schools., /'Clem* Is In the real estate business. The >Nugents visited froni Friday till yesterday at Lamonl, where Mrs. Nugent's parents live. Mrs. J. L. Coleman and her daughter, Mable Earl, have returned from a week with another daughter, Mrs. E. G. Grove Jr., Owatonna, Minn. Mrs. Grove and her infant son, .Paul Eugene, accompanied her mother and sister to Algona and will remain till July 4, when Mr,. Grove will come to. take them home. The Groves were married here in 1930, and Mr. Grove is examiner for an Insurance company. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Owen got home 'Saturday from some weeks of touring In Wisconsin, southeastern Minnesota, and eastern Iowa. Mr. Owen travels for a concern at Spencer which manufactures a radiator solder, and with his wife he wit leave again after the. Fourth. They camp most nights. Their daughter Mrs. H. F v Hough, Des Molnes, her husband, and'two daughters will come Saturday to visit them till after the Fourth. I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Barnard, of Grand Forks, N. D., went home, last Thursday, after a week 'with the former's son, D. A. 'Barnard, manager of the Gamble store here. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Van Arnan, Fargo, N. D., grandparents of the younger Mrs. Barnard, went home a •: week ago Sunday, after a few days here, and Grace Van Arnan,' Fargo, the local Mrs. Barnard's sister, came last week Wednesday for an extended visit here. Mr. and Mrs. R. L..Miller, Washington, D. C., and the children, Virginia and Nadene, arrived at Emmetsburg a week ago Sunday to visit Mrs. .Miller's parents and: other relatives. The .Millers were guests of the \V. H. Goddens here Tuesday, Mrs. Miller being W. H.'s sister. R L., who was receiver of . the. local First National bank some -years ago, is still in government employ in charge of .defunct banks in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Senator and Mrs. L. J.'Dickinson Rex Nelson, and Donald P. Dewe' are expected from Washington, D C., tomorrow. Rex, who is the Senator's secretary, is driving the Dick inson car, and Donald is driving Rex's car. The Dickinsons' daugh ter Ruth (Mr.s: Holland Hunter) and her husband, also of Washington are coming with the Algona party but will stop at Des Moiries to visi Mr. Hunter's parents,, coming her later. The Hunters will, be in Iowa two months. ,. • '.:• Carl J. Ostwinkle has returned t Cincinnati, after a week with hi parents, ;Mr. and Mrs. C. H.' Ost winkle. He is a radio operator a the Lunken airport in 'the employ o American Airways, whose airline extend .from Alaska to South America. He came as far as Omaha and returned thence in one of the company's passenger. and mail .planes: The Ostwinkles 1 daughters, P. 'Gene Ostwinkle, iR. N., Buffalo, N. Y., ar 7 rived Saturday for a -month here. She is surgical supervisor at Mercy hospital. ..';•, '''-".' Mrs.' Ellen .Wagner and her daughter Janet got home last week Wednesday from Chicago where, since early in the year Mrs. Wagner, had-, been studying dress 'designing at Mrs.' Ray's Vogue School of Art METHODIST—C. t. Hul«e,/Pfls. top—The Epworth League plans an institute week July 11-17 at the Methodist camp grounds,, the Oko- bojls, and a 'large delegation from Algona will "attend. The Leaguers will have a social on the church lawn here next Saturday evening, and home-made cake and ice cream will be served ... Friends of this church are gratified with results of the vacation church school and the high standard of graded work which Is being done In the Sunday school Attendance has been excellent this season, and, we believe, will be wel maintained throughout the summer . . . Because of the absence from town of several pastors a union service scheduled at the Congregational church next Sunday evening has been abandoned. TIUXITY LUTHERAN, P. ,T Brancr, Post or—Double services wll be held next Sunday: German, 9 a m.; Sunday school and Bible class 10; English service, 10:30. No quarterly business meeting of voting members will be held. .The S. S. T meets tomorrow at 8 p. m. at arsonage. The,. Concordia Aid "meets ext week Thursday with Mrs. Wilam Dau. PRESBYTERIAN, J. I/. Coleman, 'astor—Next Sunday: Morning ser- ices, communion,,and reception of nembers. Evening worship'at the Congregational church, the Rev. Mr. Hueser, preacher, cancelled. ST. THOMAS, Louis Denhlnshoff, M. Th., Rector—sixth Sunday after Trinity, early communion, 9 a. m.; church school, 10;_ chalk talk on Washington; choral eucharist and sermon, 11. Mrs. Wagner conducted a dressmak- ng shop over, the Akre grocery before she went to Chicago, and she lias now reopened in the rooms over Moe &-Sjogren's, formerly occupied ay "the Marigold Beauty'Shoppe II. Mrs. Wagner's husband, who was a barber, was killed In an automobile accident last fall. The Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Southgate, Britt, and their daughter Priscilla spent Monday with the daughter here, Mrs.'T. T. Herbst. The Southgates will leave soon by auto for Ypsilanti, Mich.,, to visit the son Robert, who la married and has a son. Robert is in charge of the men's department in a chain store. Pi-is- cllla taught physical training last year at Eveleth," Minn., and will go back in the fall. After the South- gates return from Michigan she wll go to,Seattle, Wash., to visit'.her sister, Mrs. D. J. Thorpe, and sh will also visit'her brother, Dr. Pau Southgate, at L,ewistown, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. T. .L. Larson go home last Thursday from a vacation •of ten days in northern Minnesota They fished at Cass Lake, and hat good luck.. Then "they traveled eas to Duluth via Hibbing and Ely, am thence entered Wisconsin, ' wher they spent two days at the Falken miner, cottage on Lake Couer 3'Orellles, near Hayward. Mr, Larson said that When he got back He had just a gallon of gas in the car and 15c In his pocket. The Larson daughter's, Maxlne and Meredith, were with their grandmother, Mrs. Andrew 'Larson, during the absence of the parents, and the other daughter, Theodora was at;T. L.'S brother Edwin's at Ayrshire, 24 KQSSUTH CLUB GIRLS ATTENDING AMES CONVENTION Twenty-five Kossuth 4-H club girls left Sunday to attend the fifth annual Iowa 4-H girls' convention a Iowa State college at Ames. Girls representing 4-H clubs in every Iowa county are expected to attend F. D. Farrell, president of Kansas State college, spoke at the genera assembly Monday evening on, "An Adventure In Living at Home." The climax of the convention was to be yesterday afternoon on tlr campus when Martha and Georg< . Washington were '.'at home to 4-H| 9 club girls" in a Mt. Vernon festival. The results from the club delegates voting .by ballot:' last ..week re- ulted In the choosing of Margaret taabs, of the Burt Lively 'League lub, for county 4-H queen, and she 111 represent Kossuth county In the tate 4-H queen contest. Frances Wlnkel, of the Union ,Alethean club, vas chosen the official voting dele- ate for the county. . Alice Dreyer, of the Fenton For- vard club, outstanding club glrKoJ he county, is one of the candidates or the state office of secretary- reasurer. Five girls will be chosen o write in the state music memory icntest and five to write In the itate picture memory contest. Delegates are Albertha Boldridge, Riverdale; Mildred 'Fuchsen', Gar- leld; Ruth Black, Irvington; Fred- •ica Girres, Wesley; Frieda Paetz, ?lum Creek;: Feme Krantz, Buf- aio; Lois Graham, Portland; Ada Sclvwietert,. Portland; Margaret Jaabs, Burt; '. Gladys Bierstedt, 3urt; Vergle ' Kardoes, German; L,eona Borchardt, iFenton; Frances Kuchynka, Swea; Helen Poole, Harrison; Idah Telkamp, Ledyard; Helen Brigg^, Grant; Frances Winkel, 'Union;' Cora Mae Masterson county president, Lu Verne; Benqna Neal, Lu Verne. Leaders attending are Iva Trunk- hill, 'Portland; • Estelle Bonacker Buffalo; Mrs. C. V. Barker, Riverdale; Myrtle Hanna, Burt; Mrs. E B. Dittmer, county chairman, Burt; j Mrs. Robt. Masterson, Lu Verne. | Mabel Kent, Wesley. • MMMM.M MMM.MMMMM.MMM.MM ICE CREAM FOR THE 4TH Genuine ftotne-Dtade . , Ice Cream for your picnics or dinners Orders small or large packed in ice if you wish. t Fresh Limes, Lemons, Oranges, Grape Juice, Ginger Ale, Malt, and Pop. 'Everything in summer refreshments. Dixie cups, picnic plates, dishes, and spoons. , _ "'„ Leave your order or phone 145 u - • Algonquin Confectionery 101 East State Street Algona, Iowa ?10 FOR A NEW SUIT F,OR THE Fourth at Misbach's. 10u42 f•••••••»••••*••••«•»••••••»»•••••«•••»•••••••• Your Car |Like|New Complete greasing; latest method — change of oil 6 Quarts and Car Washed $1.99 Penn. oil, regular 30c a quart Royal 400 Oil Co. RALPH NEWELL, Mgr. Thorington St., north of Sale Barn .Tel. 421 BILL'S BABBEB SHOP Located east of Johnson's Variety Store. "It Pays to Look Well" For best in barbering WM. J. WEIS, Prop. GENERAL AND KELLY TIRES Take advantage of this offer. The price of tires and tubes advanced 11, and 15 "per cent. As long as our stock lasts we will sell at the same pld price. Joe\Greenberg Is) YOU DON'T'HAVE TO PAY' A cent 'down to get an electric refrigerator nor even sign a sales contract. Simply pay 5>£b per meal-«the amount you usually pay for ice. —Gamble Stores., ' v 33-42 ,»•»•»•«•»*••••»• two Mrs, Myron Sehenck house In north Algona. „, . Mr, and Mrs. Laird Duncan, west- field, ,-N. J., and their baby are ex* pected this week-end for a visit with tf Bv ', Hu JKft»w4»fa'S •to B, S. Johnwn'J^gl * Minnesota, 1 , <Phey,'\i^fiJ 'f .<» the UMfiSSasSffiS Into <*n WEEK-END SPECIALS Hurrah! The Fourth of July, 1932, is almost here — and Kossuth County celebrates at the Fairgrounds. AKRE'S "The Dependon Grocery" is here already and very seldom can you find a better, a nicer, or a fresher supply of Fruit and Vegetables than is to be found here. If handy come in and take 'a look at our wonderful " assortment of eatables. "CHOP SUBY" complete, or "Chop Suey"Jngredient»*euch as b e ad ' molasses, sauce, bamboo and bean sprouts; water chestnut and, assorted vegetables — all for — Chop Suey — Among other imported seftfopds, gopd for.SftladP, tor "hot or cold lunches and regular meate use Alaska Red Sockey Salmon, Norway Sardines in Olive OJ1, French boneless, Sardines iji Olive Oil, California/, Sardines in Cotton Seed Oil, California, Ugh|' meat, ! Tuna, Japanese Crab Meat. Sweeten Ancuovis, sian Caviar, and Qthers. Maine Lpbstern, ajso, Big Variety -of Cookies, ••4 Cheese. , Salt, 2 for --,— ------Covers, Kerr or Mw>on .— 1W | 'Fruit- 'JW8 -------- - -----(»• Noodles, 3 for Here ¥«» (fcn Old New York Limfeurger, Bpijuf Jort Jpst are an«i Bahv Stuart BEST, ana we, also, have The Biggest Program in Years at the Kossuth Co. Fairgrc • . ^ ". ' Algona, Iowa ', - . ' /; •;',-; Admission Fees Bednced to New low leyels^ ADULTS 8Sc? CHH-DIlElf 20e / Bring the whole family and celebrate at the , v ,' L. Washington Bicentennial Program and Fourth of July Celebration - m The free act attractions this year are all first line features for any ifcow. You'U thrill with the spectacular performances and laugh 'With the comical ones; See them at the Kossutb Fourth of July .celebration, TMre will be plenty of concessions where you can buy your lunch. Plan to stay all ' day ' - '* • '' ' * ' ' THE FOUB liOBDIJZO^-AH stellar performers. Better than Hie be§t pircus act yo\j» have ever .spen ", They'll ttorilMn! with tb^ip remftrkabie per^ formftnc^ at the top of in apparatus WO feet above the, ground. V-Twoj'glrlg anoXtwo. m§ n, in BACABDIE TBie-rTumblers that your breath away as you sit and watch. and bunip oyer the stage, landing on part of the body, Three men in ft batic nunier of highest cjiUber. will JL ji J* T% ™" -^—•7—f-r^~TT'TT- ?p *• n — —C-T—rf=^ T ~" ,- *>—\ ty ? I PJ_ •*- jj fl lfAJt "V^FI 1 Britt, followed by a game between the wfnnerJiyidl Panciott, The new.djajnqnd'on t»e -'•-'---•^ A-. one of the bept in this p^jt pf'tfee; can sit in the shade iu the graodst^ ganies. ,Three la^t tean^%*:. - ;

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