Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1932
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• i f * lut ^ :•'_» Vv< ' v;y-j i'-v v '•# ^ \-y . >'H^'~;'"''; K; * 1 ^ ^ ':*V^ferV', ALQOHIAN_AT BANCROFT IS I, B. SPEAKER Bancroft, June 21—The Green- -w*<jfl-'Ramsey township F» B. held -Bother program at the public seTiool Tuesday evening. J. L. Bo- -mr, of Alg-ona, was the speaker. | The Union township 4-H club girls entertained the audience with a two-act comedy entitled, Not a Man Fti the House, after which Miss Wln- 3c«3. ot Union township, gave a report on the 4-H convention held at Aaats. A 4-H club was organized in Creenwootl and Ramsey townships, recently and the officers were Intro-1 ed. Two boys from Plum Creek * boy from Rlverdale township ed a stunt that proved to be Jilghly amusing. A cow was featured resting: peacefully on the , _Hm when its master appeared, but 3ckk«d till Ka master Joined the cow testing association. There will be no meeting In ^August. The next meeting will. be September 13. 3J..S Hare Oooil'B. B. Record— Tlie 'Bancroft L16ns baseball team 3t»*t to the 'Fairmont Cardinals Sun- Say. 4-3. Results of games so far 3Mbnr: Bancroft 18, Buffalo Center 2; Bancroft 3, Swea City, 0; Ban- .croft S, Blue Earth 3; Bancroft 4, afeftt 5; Bancroft 0, Swea City 0, .seven innings; Bancroft 6, Blue Earth 0; Bancroft 1, Algona 0; Bancroft 3, Britt 6; Bancroft 7, Swea 5; Bancroft 14, Algona 0. Livermore Brother, Sister Have Remarkable Record €>«Jtr KnpMs Visitor Honored— Maxine Guide, Mary Bernice Williams and Antoinette Hart attended ^B Snrewell party in honor of Zoe Burse, of Cedar Rapids, at the Fred Shirks home in Algona Wednesday afternoon. Part of the afternoon -was .spent swimming at the Algona pool, and later lunch was served at tlie T^rks home. Seven girls at- tf.'nd the party. Or^fc Itfckner to California— <Gruce Beckner. will leave tomorrow for California to visit hei •Brother at San Pedro and friends at X.ODP Beach. She expects to be ainty at least two months. Mrs. HSIanch Beckner, her mother, will take her as far as Des Moines, from •where she will take a train. She is nielit operator at the telephone of- .tice licre. Livermore, July 19—July 19— So unusual is the record of Gwendolyn Clark and her brother Donald, children of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Clark, Wvermore, that attention to it has become genera,! among residents of this conr munlty, "Owen," as she is generally known, is 18; her brother "Don," 19. They lived on a farm south of town before coming to town 11 years ago. The Clarks went Into the dairy business shortly after coming to blvermore, and In 1924 the youngsters took complete charge of delivery, starting with a milk cart and one horse. A few years later, another horse was added, nnd a neatly painted, up-to-date dairy wagon was bought. This added greatly to the "dignity" of the drivers, who alternated dally. The wagon carried the Inscription, "East 'End Dairy." The youngsters arise at 6 a. m In winter and a half hour-later In summer, They make 85 to 100 stops twice dally, Few mistakes n delivery have been made. An automobile has been added to delivery equipment. . Notwithstanding the youngsters' activities, their school record shows not one tardiness against "Owen" and only one against "Don." "Gwen'' won hon'or two years ago as healthiest 4-H club girl !n Humboldt county, and at a state meet at Des Moines her rating was 97 6/10. An unusual thing Is that these young people finished their high school course together May 20 and their father, who celebrated hsl 50th birthday the same day, as president of the board of education, presented <thelr diplomas. They are the only children of the Clarks.' "Gwen" expects to take up the study of nursing. "Don" will remain at home during the coming year and help 'his father. F.> WHITTEMORE DOES NOT KEEP DATE TO PLAY St, JOE St. Joe, July 19—The Whlttemore baseball nine again failed to show up for a game with the St. Joe Alley Rats. This was the second time the Alley Rats have planned on a game with Whlttemore, and the Whittemore team has not showed up. A large crowd assembled at tne local diamond expecting to see a fast game. A pick-up team of St. Joe boys was rounded-up on short no tice and a game was played that ended in a score of 7-5. it u bnnv i n ATTttD ?, MEET AT BU Lakota, July 10 — Emma Gut kr^ht and Mrs. J. M, attended a 4-H county meeting at -Burt Saturday The room where they planned hold the meeting was very hot ahd the Rev. Mr. Aten let them have the meeting on the parsonage porcn. The 4-H Achievement day plans were completed and some plan* for Tou^ty fair discussed. Achievement day will be held August 4 at the Bancroft schoolhouse. The , MM. dames 1M Dittmer, Muriel Leavdr- ?nn H D A., J. H. Warburton, and Emma' Guttnecht and Mabel Kent were presetitt ZBrydeng ~Sovi In Oregon— !*riends of the Rev. C. E. Brydens received word last week that they .mr* in Oregon. The Rev. Mr. Biy-j iden has been having trouble with •bis «yes so they are not making as good time as they expected. Mrs. Eryflen's "brother, and Lena Bennett, •of .Burt, and Helen Bryden are with the Kev. and Mrs. Bryden. 'Ten High Cream Checks— The ten high cream checks paid l>y the Bancroft Cooperative cream- cry are: Henry Lampe, $50.6S; J. .T. sNorre, $48.70; Leo Bernhard, $45.04; 05dw. Droessler, $43.54; C. H, <JeTirtz, $40.0C; F. H. Mescher f39.13; William Goche, $30.37; M iBernhard, $35.41; N. B. Schiltz $34.$6; Clem Diers, $33.93. To Show Pictures Friday— The 'Lutheran Missionary society •met test Thursday In the church awn-tors, ^Friday at 8 p. m. G. W Olson, of Northwood, will give his ypictnres on The Life of Christ. Mrs. V. V. Yought Kept Busy- Beth Raney of Xiivermore, is assisting with household duties at the V. V. Vought home. Mrs. Vought is rooming and boarding eight men employed in straightening curves and making new grades on Highway 169 near the Vought home. On Visiting' Trip Up North— The Peter Kaysers, accompanied by Anna Kayser and Hilda Phillips, left Saturday for Waseca and Claremont, Minn., "where they will visit elatives for a few days. The latter ill stop at Owatonna to resume er duties as housekeeper. Isltors Entertained Sunday— Mr. and Mrs. Tom Devine enter- •Uned Eagle Grove visitors Sunday "'resent were Mrs. Gordon Merrill, tr. and Mrs. Jack DeVaul and aughter Mary Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Molntyre, Gertrude Merrill ,nd Gordon Merrill Jr. youngsters at the close of tlio day. Henry Ztemet Sr. Family Beunlon— The Henry Zlemet Sr. family helc a family reunion Sunday, at West Bend at the home of Dominic Zle- met. The latter Is a son of the former. Threshers toady for Runs— •Reports Indicate that some of the "runs" will begin threshing the lat ter part of this week. Other St. Joe. John and Thomas Kohlhaas, son of the John 'Kohlhaases, of. Algona vlsted their paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kasper Kohlhaas, over the week-end. Ruth. Marie and Robert, children of Mr.-and-Mrs. A. C. HpHsbauer, of Algona. spent a short time last week visiting their uncle, Wm. Hammer. Mr, and Mrs. Nacke and daughter Kathleen, of Fort Dodge, were S.un- day visitors of the Rev. Father Geo.. Theobold. 'Bobby Devine is spending a few weeks in Eagle Grove visiting his maternal grandmother an! other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul and daughter Bertha spent Sunday afternoon at John Becker's. Mr. and Mrs. John N. Thul and daughter Eileen, of Clarion, visited Sunday at John Thul's. Barney Frank], of Irvington, spent last Thursday afternoon visiting Wm. B. Devine. Nell Hanifan, of Algona, spent 'Sunday visiting her mother, Mrs. M. Hanifan. .The Adam 'Bertes, of Algona, were Sunday afternoon visitors at John Berte's. Ed Hoover, of Bode, was a caller Friday. week. They were en route ho™**; friends at Garrett Theological Seminary The Rev. Mr. Smith ha., a charge at Gardner, I». Mrs. f • 0- Johnson In Surprised— Twelve friends of Mrs. <F. • Johnson surprised her Tuesday^ by coming in to spend the evening minting. The quilt is the maple leaf pattern in blue and white. Mes r dames Worley, Hamqulst, and A. Q. Smith served lunch late in the evening. __. Hamanlsts at Minneapolis- . The R- B. Hamqulste and Kay "Meyer went to Minneapolis Sunday. Ray came home Sunday even ng, but the Hamqulsts remained for two weeks with Mrs, Hamquists's, stater. They expect to go to Wisconsin for a visit with her.tolkajater. , 20 Women at F. B. Meet-- _ _ About 20 women attended t»e Farm Bureau meeting at the Frea Weinberger's Friday afternoon. Plans were completed for the Ice cream social to be held at Helko Adams's this month. Five Go AVMh Paving Crew- _ Among those from Lakota who went with the paving and grading crew to Leland are Emory Smith, George Adams, Maynard Les ter Theodore Trump, and Raymond Patterson.' moment allot aiiumiuu^ »•_ »*»««.«• '"Mrs, Mahle'y Bravicli/bi' Detf6H, Mich,,»has <b*eh Visiting Mr father, Julius' Mennlngf east.of towH for two weeta. 'An6ther' daughter, Mrs. Jftme* Sreckel, of MarslwlltoWn, Is also visiting at the parental Home. The Henry Pattersons were visitors Sunday at Buffalo Center, where Mrs. Patterson's stepmother, Mrs. John Dorenbush, to seriously HI with kidney trouble. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson Lorraine Smith, Donald Worley, and Beth Hamqulst Went to the OkoboJIs Thursday to attend the Epworth League Institute. Gladys Gletter, of White, B. D. came .last Thursday for an extended visit with her grandparents, the A Q. Smiths. The iRev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnaoi attended the iLedyard Sunday sehoo picnic at Call state park at Algona Sunday. The Royal Neighbors met at the Woodman hall last week Monday evening. Refreshments were served. , Mrs. E. R. Worley was hostess to the Methodist • Aid last week Wednesday • afternoon. The Rev. Mr.'Howe, of Buffalo Center, was a caller at the Rev. Mr, Johnson's Saturday. •The- Harry.''Moes drove to Minneapolis last week Sunday to visit Mr. Moo's brother. The B. Mclllraths,. of Grlnnell, were visitors at J. E. Telcamp's part of last week, Emory Smith celebrated his birth- 'day wljh a family party Sunday. ftWmntM, nniiw •••, ON: SKIP Sexton •Mrs. G. B. Wise and Nell, and the Mack Wines spent Sunday at Frank Devary's at Swea City. Mrs. Carrie Carlson and daughter Nedra are spending six weeks with friends here and Algona. They attended church • here Sunday morn- Ing. They will visit at Spirit Lake next week.. .Mrs. -Carlson.* makes ther home at McAllen, Texas. Edith Greenfield spent Friday a the Frank Gilmore home,. where 3: young chicks were dressed for thi Saturday market at Clear Lake. Fenton, July 1$—Ah «««*«"»**• forced into the closed bank fcUlldlngt at 1 o'clock Saturday morning. It I* thought they must have knocked against the phone In somfe way M It rang In at the central office. Opef- ator Dennis Smith surmising that someone wa« In there, rang, back again but got no response. This evidently frightened them aWay M they abandoned their work after trying to burn a hole through the safe, probably with a torch, Nothing was-seen of thehi and no clues vere found, amlly Reunions Are Mel-— The W. E. Stoebers, Mrs. Battle Wetebrod and sons Lester and Shelby, the F. J. Welsbrods, and the fohn Newels were Joined by the F. *3.'Welsbrods, of Emmetsburg, at he park there! for a family picnic dinner Sunday, The I* J. Weto- brbds, the Charles Welsbrods- and Mrs. Ji T. Snyder and daughter 'hyllis enjoyed a picnic supper In the park In the evening. The F. P. Jewels, the Raymond Stoebers, and :he A. H. Meyers were Joined by the Oliver Stoebers, of Armstrong, for a picnic dinner at Sllverelde park Sunday. Still another family picnic dinner Sunday at Sllverslde park were the Elmer Welsbrods, the E. A. Welsbrods, Mrs. Ursula Welsbrod, Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt, the John Lights and Melvitv Mansagei;, all of Fenton, and the Clarence Wetebrods, of Rlngsted. L« "f ^ " " V IHV TT t«not"W • _-•»_••- ' f ,. Mike Wetabrod fell'from a Wddef While working 6n hi* fftrffl eftit^of town last week) and ha« be£tt In bed ever since, ' ; • : ' i Birthday Celebrate,!— Joan Hoffman, only v daughter o the Dr. and Mrs. K. B. Hoffman -was a year old Monday and 11 o her friends helped her celebrate the •occasion. Slioirer Honors Mrs. Meyer— sTbe W. C. O. F. gave a shower a the Forester hall Thursday evenin in honor of Mrs. Frank Meyer, for iiveri}' Leonora 'Hutchinson. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill, so Joseph, and Mr. Merrill's siste Mrs. Mary Sherick, of Aiken, Minn., Jfft Tuesday afternoon for Taylor, !Xrt>., to visit a sister of Mr. Merrill and Mrs. Sherick. They will also go to Missouri to visit Mr. Merrill's "birthplace. Mr. Merrill owns the Merrill grocery. Bertha Welp, her mother Mrs. J. .fj. Welp Sr. and sister Emily took 2Pforette AVelp to Fort Dodge Sun- ilay, where she boarded a train for Omaha. She wus graduated from ibe Creighton Memorial St. Joseph's hospital at Omaha in June, and will finish her course in October. Mr. and Mrsl Lou Armstrong, of Waterloo, spent several days last week at the Mrs. E. M. Gardner and George Wohhke homes. The Geo- Andersons, of Mason City, spent iKsturday and Sunday with the •Gardners' and Wohnkes. Mrs, Joe Recker, her sister, Mrs. Henry Recker and daughter Leone, at Buffalo Center, are at Bellevue visiting Mrs. Recker's sister, Mrs. "TEfiist. who has been ill for some time. Mrs. L. F. Kennedy and two sons took her sister, Delores Delaney, to foer home at Fort Dodge Saturday. jKdrea Delaney returned to Bancroft -with the Kennedys for a visit. Mrs. William Rustemeier and three children left Sunday for their • fcoiue at Eagle Grove after a week • here with relatives. Mrs. Rustemeier was Frances Wessels. Several from Bancroft attended .. the funeral .of Mrs. Jim Smith at . , 'Kwea Ctt'y Sunday. Mrs. Smith died »ioay following a stroke. She was . well known here. Lena Sehluttner arrived last .Tuesday from Mason City and will again make her home here. At pres- «ut she is living with Miss Springer. Jim Johnson ,is visiting friends in Bancroft. For three months he had freen with his daughter, Mrs. Lor- laiiie Donnelly, of Adrian, Minn. Corrlno Nemmers is spending this ;w«e& at home on vacation. She Ls •employed in the ready-to-weur de- jiartment at Kennedy's, Alice and Ha.uaa Olson, and Car- Hilino. -and, Sherman Miller, of St. r-isul, are .spending a few weeks at Olof Olson's. £dward Sauutters, son of the Gordon ^aunders, of Duuuque, is visiting, iiis grandparents, the M. A. Sffs. Lew Westrup, Eden Valley, is visiUni;. her mother, Mrs. Martin T.iJti*g. .and sister, Mrs. Lawrence r»« Walter Leslies, of Lakota, ar.e jk«r«ats of a daughter born at the ^Vif&AkO'iiospi^l Idjst w.eek Tuesday JBafoey Wesaela came . S.unday -from Eagle Grove to visit h;U. daughter. Sir*. Jphn C. Menke. Vccldent Victim Is Recovering— Mrs. John Wagner, who had the misfortune to break her knee a couple of weeks ago, is able to be out on crutches. 'She is still wearing a cast on her leg and is under the care of the Doctors Kenefick, of Al- ;ona, Marguerite Becker fi; Party— Marguerite, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, celebrated her sixth bithday anniversary last week Tuesday at an afternoon party. A Dlrthday cake was served to the Yarm Woman Scalded. W'hittemore, July 19—Mrs. Frank Dogotch, southwest of town, suffered painful burns about the head and face one day last week,' when she was scalded with boiling water. A physician was called. Greenhouse Wrecked. In the windstorm of a week ago Saturday night 4,000 panes of glass were broken at the Estherville greenhouse and many plants were ruined by falling glass. Party for Luther Leaguers— Some 35 young folks of the Luther League were entertained at the Ernest Christ's last Thursday evening. After a social evening ice cream and cake were served. Henry Kline Has Accident— While working at Hilbert Walt- house's last week Henry Kline dislocated one of his knees and has not been able to work since. Leaguers Go to Ceylon— , The Ceylon, Minn., Luther League entertained the .Lakota League Sunday evening and 35 attended. Other Lakot* yews. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wagner, of Oelwein, came last week Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Louis Sachs. Vera Sachs, who has spent the past two months with them, accompanied them here and will spend the remainder of the summer at home. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Heetland, of West Prairie, Wis., were visitors at Gust:; Koppen's .over the week-end. The Orrle Ollum family, St. Paul spent last Thursday evening with the former's brother 'Roy. August Kirschbaum, who now i in the government hospital in Chi cago,- is not much improved. He euf fers with pain in his legs and back Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilmore hav a large flock of white Leghorns with some 200 ready for fries. They have a route at 'Mason City and Clear .Lake where they sell the dressed young roosters Wednesdays and Saturdays. Tl^eir son Ralph is helping them. Mrs. Nellie Curran and son Mer- rll, Los Angeles, who are spending two weeks with relatives here and at Lu Verne were gues,ts last Wednesday at A. L. Greenfield's. Mrs. Curran is a sister of Mr. Greenfield. , Julia Dearchs, Algona, spent the •past week with Marie Harris. The girls are former schoolmates. Roy Ollom went to Burt Sunday evening to help harvest this week at Web. Stuart's. Threshing will begin in this vicinity next week. Grain has been hard to cut, for the high wind a week ago put it down. Some fields of oats here can be cut only one way. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor went to Gilmore City Sunday to -visit at the Ferris Johnson home. Aid will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. John Harris. 4-H Club Plans Fair Booth— The Fenton Forward 4-H girls held their regular meeting at Virginia Frank's last week Wednesday. Thirteen members were present and responded ;to;roll call by naming-an accessory for a room. Irene Krause gave a talk on ^buying floor coverings. 'Plans ''were ^discussed for a fair booth this fall. Virginia (Frank and Leona Borchardt were named demonstration team for Achievement day. Leona Borchardt finished her report -of the convention trip to Ames. Fenton Beats Mallard Ducks— •Fenton defeated the Mallard Ducks for the third straight win. The game was slow and uninteresting with numerous errors on both sides. Mallard got two men on in the first inning but could not score, Fenton scored its runs in the first inning on three hits. The !Fenton team scored in all but three innings. The Mallard batters could not hit the ball safely but scored two runs. Batteries for Fenton were Mittag and Krause. I Surprise for Wllbert, Huldorf— | Wilbert Huldorf was pleasantly surprised at the A. H. Meyers home last week Monday evening to find himself guest of honor at a dinner given by the young married folks Methodist Sunday school class. The occasion celebrated his birthday anniversary. Y. P. 8. to Give Play Snnday— •The Y. P. S. of the St. John's Lutheran church will present the play, Plain People, written by G. L. Wind, Sunday night, beginning at 8:15 at the Fenton opera house. The play is a comedy farce with snappy lines. Prices are 25 and 15 cents. Collegians Off for Tour—' Derwood Eigler went to . Omaha Other Fenton New§. . Allot Glaus visited ^Hettda , at Armstrong the'fore part df,, tent week. Wednesday ihe Went to fi«* thervllle to stay jwith h*r Bister Mrs. Donovan Brown. She returned home Sunday with the firoWns, Who spent the day at the parental Ctaus Glaus home. / The Jacob Zwelfels drove to Renwick test week Monday to Visit Mr Zwelfel'a sister, Mrs. Rose Hefty Their daughters Ardta and Iris ac companled thehi as far as Sexton where they spent the day with their bother Glen. The tfarl Kefn* apeht Sunday a their son MelVln Kern's, near Al gona. Isabelle Welsbrod, who ha been visiting her'grandmother fo the last three weeks In Algona, ac companled them ihome. > < > , Margaret Scare,* of /Radcllffe spent the week-end at the parenta Sain Scare home. ' The Sam Scares were entertained Sunday at th home of Mra. Scare'* brother, Mat Sandstone at 'Rlngsted. The A. H. Krauses drove to Ma son City Sunday to vtolt Mw Krause'a ulster, Mra. 'F. C. • Bailey Paul and Fred Bailey, who hay been visiting here, accompanied them home. ' , The O. H. Schmidts and, Mrs. J. T. Walte visited Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Schmidt's sister, Mrs. Frank iLupIn, In Bancroft, and her parents, the Squalre Hudaona, In Burt, The IBert Pecks and Arlo Munch, of Long Beach, Calif., arrived the latter part of''last week for?an' extended visit • with, Mrs. • Peck's • sister, Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod, and other relatives. , > The; James Holdings, of Burt,-the Fred Folia and daughter Marjorle, and the Hathaways and aon Clayton, all of Eagle Grove, were entertained at W. W. Boettcher's Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber attended a quilting party at Oliver Stoeber'a In Arm- - ~..o ..oil irom thai -d, and friend sign, both of Des Molne* Mr«. Francis Lnkln »mr dren Ruth and VortiH'"*'* test week with the Torn M Vta at Wlnona, Minn. Will The Clarence Al)j,im 0 '1 Oraettineer.werevSo^;'^ tor. J, T. Walte and rj B T 3 Df, John Snnftner, n, s i st ; nl l IB r J. T. Walte. spent "h"", 4 with relatives in S Wea C| J'° Mr«. Charles Olies relut ^ Moines last Thursday after weeks visit with relative* " The Claire Ikes moved to BiLj Monday, where h c win u.?!?! Barber Will Kern. ° rk .j Betty Ann Meyers spent 1 Special 1 pound Maple Pe< Kisses FAMOUS JULIA KIN CANDY Store Special 8M •|1.50 step ladder ______ —^ --------$1.00 step stools _______ ;-_!- -------- 60c Devoe's CleaB All _—__—_ 75c Devoe's Auto Polish _J______ ------- ..... 1-He BEVOE PAINTS, VARNISHES AND ENAMELS JIM POOL, Mgr. :: Phonei lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIH jyjt. *m£ The Furniture Fire Sale Started off With a Bang! The sale has been far beyond our expectations. But when people see the wonderful bargains we are giving—THEY JUST HAVE TO BUY! 1 Every bedroom suite on our floor was sold the opening day. We expect to have at least H four new ones on the floor again by Thursday of this week, | This week we are making further reductions —Look over the list, there are, no doubt, 1 items you need: Floor and table lamps, rugs, occasional tables, end tables, magazine racks Used Furniture Electric Wwher* Dining Table. - Davenport* Electric Vacuums - Buff««» M^Piwi lipJpF*** smoking stands, pictures, trunks, ice boxes, porch furniture, baby carriages, porch swings. Items mentioned in this adv. must go, if further reductions will move them, THE INSURANCE COMPANY PAYS - YOU GET THE BENEFIT ___-, i _;_. .^ ^^ _ ^^ ^^^^ > «^^^^* _^_*. ——m. »»•»*•» * p • 9mn mif.iijim^l^Bw' • * FOSTER S FURNITURE CO** * *. '.." ' i • . ^^HP^ ^^F *^B '.» •f ;t "„•; • ||!*,%,Cf>, t . ', l *3__»'&"£&&$&,.-£•

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