Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1932 · Page 2
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-—T^r'"^-" - t -Wsr^~~ w~-7«p?*>T57« ^TT v^,. ^ in FaH from Horseback LAKOTANSTO of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aman, sut- fered a badly sprained anWe Presbyterian W. F. M. S. were Invited to attend a 'get-together -'meet- Building-Repairing Remodeling Can Be Done Now at Tremendous Savings J Notlung: detracts more from the value of well con- ; s<r«cted liomes than a general shabbiness and need of paint. Only a few of these things, which can be ctone now at less expense than in years, will greatly increase the loan value and saleability of your property ... Perhaps a new roof is needed, a sun porch or breakfast nook, any of a hundred small additions, •win greatly enhance the value of an old : house . . . -No matter how much or how little work may be re- npured—take advantage of low building costs : —increase the value of your property, and put -men to nrffitk hy having a job done NOW:! Ay ENCLOSED'.-PORCH An open porch lacks -the all- year comfort and^ convenience of the sun parlor. By enclosing it. with removable sash, screen can/be used in summer, while glass-.will substitute in •winter. The ; ;sun parlor ; npt ; only , affords. a : .delightful lounging place but adds greatly to the appearance and value of the house. 'A day bed would make it a comfortable sleeping porch. . • 5. A SREAKFAST XOOK . . . 3l>FBafcfast nook off the .is a. modern tendency lacking in • older 3SoSemizing plans can susm-aretea utilize an unnecessary jxantry for an attractive 'ExwaTtEiist • ironic. Where there -is no svaHatle siiace, a small mSaSSarz ctsold be Imilt onto aj>y kitchen, to ac- a cozy and con- Ssreafcfast nook at fBotsford Lumber Go. £ B«Toe Faints, Enamels, and Tarnishes "t -HM POOL, Manager Phone 256 When You Need Building Material OR FUEL Call 229 F. S. Norton & Son MJMBEIi, BUILDING MATERIAL AND COAL Paddle Pop "Oh Boy! but they're good" Of our big nickel's worth, made from home made ice cream dipped in sweet milk chocolate. The Algonquin 101 East State Street Algona, Iowa Friday, and those attending from Lakota were' Mesdames George Heetland. Julia Wortmahr Jerry Ukena, W. E. Gutkneeht, Minnie Heetland, William Aalderks, and R. Hamilton, and the Misses Emma Gutknecht, GertruQe Wortman and Henrietta Kleist. Members front a number of other towns were also In attendance. Among Interesting program numbers was a talk on the work In the Haynes "House Irt Alaska, a home for orphans from 4 to 12 years old, given by Helen Taft, of Spirit Lake, who helps with the work there. Miss Tatt formerly lived at Swea City and -was a member of the local Presbyterian church. A Miss Fulton talked on Missionary wo'rk among the mountaineers in Kentucky and a daughter of the Rev. Mr. Bailey, of. Es- thervllle, told of her work in the Mesaba Range country in northern Minnesota. All enjoyed a picnic dinner at the park. Attend Joint Legion Meeting:— A number of the Legion and Auxiliary members went to Buffalo Center last Thursday evening to attend, a joint meeting in the city hall. Among, speakers were,Mark Thorn- Durg, secretary of agriculture, G. C. reenwal't, secretary of state, and Wm. T: Branagan, democratic candidate .for congress. Wm. F. Os- :rander..of Clear Lake, gave some Norwegian dialect readings,' and Jerry Ukena, Lakota, sang • two solos. M. N. Hansen, ,pf Leland, also, gave a talk. About 200 were n attendance. ' Mrs. John Dorctibush Dies— •Mrs. John Dorenbush, 72, died,at her home in Buffalo Center Friday afternoon. Death. was caused by cancer. Mrs. Dorenbush was a sister , of C. K.; Rippentrop, and after the death of her first husband, Mr. Mickelson. some years ago, was married to John Dorenbush. She is the mother of Mrs. Bert Amelsberg, west of town, and the step-mother of Mrs. Henry Patterson, living east of town. Funeral services were held last Wednesday afternoon and burial wa's made in the Buffalo Center cemetery. F. B. Leaders Plan Fair Work County Agent 'Morrison, George Godfrey, and Mrs. 'Muriel "Leaverton, Algona, Edward Droeseler, Bancroft, Myron Johnson and son, Swea City, and the F. G. Torines attended a Farm Bureau board meeting at J, H. Wai-burton's Saturday evening Plans for the state fair, county fair and dairy cattle congress at> Waterloo were discussed. Paving- Celebration Planned— Paving on Lakota's main street was finished the first of last week and the street was opened for traffic Saturdya morning. Business men. are planning a free pavement dance this Wednesday evening to celebrate. This street is', 80 feet between the buildings \with 12-ft. walks, making a wide street, and a fine improvement for the town. A. Q. Smith Loses Niece— A. Q. Smith received word Saturday of the death of his niece, Mrs. Victor Nichols, of Waterloo, Friday afternoon. Funeral services were held Sunday, but the Smiths were not able to attend. Mrs. Nichols was 60 and is survived by her husband and a son. She was a sister of Oliver Marquis, of Ledyard, and he and son Ray attended the funeral. Mrs. Frerklug Is Recovering 1 — The Rev. Mr. Frerking came home last week from Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Frerking had an operation. He reports her as recovering and she expects, to come home this week. The Rev. Gerald Ukena, son- in-law of the Frerkrngs, preached here during the pastors' absence. Horse Killed by Lightning— Otto Koppen had a horse killed by lightning in the electrical storm !ast week Monday. Other Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht and daughters, Lena and Emma, and son Charles, the Will Gut- knechts, the Roland Smiths, and Julia Gutknecht went for an outing last week Sunday. Among places visited were Rapldan, Mankato, Min- neopa state park, 'Fairmont, and Interlaken. They ate a picnic dinner at Mankato park. 'Raymond Patterson took his grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Patterson, to Rochester, Minn., last week Sunday to visit her daughter- Lucile, whose husband, Lon Halverson, is critically ill with cancer. Mrs. Patterson came to Blue Earth Saturday and the Henry Pattersons met her and brought her home. Mrs. F, O. Johnson received word last week that her sister, Naomi Pringle, \vtfo la taking nurses' training in Mercy hospital at Des Moines, had fallen and broken her arm while working In the operating rooms. She has gone to her home in Knoxville,for an enforced vacation. The Samuel War-burtons, Swea City, the William Warburtons, of Omaha, Neb., the J. H. Warburtons and the Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson, Lakota, were guests at F. G. Torino's Sunday. There were no services at the Lutheran church Sunday as the pastor, the Rey. Mr. Boese attended a Mission Festival at Albert City, where he had part in the services. Mr. and Mrs, Will Kienitz Leland visitors Saturday. Mrs. Emory Smith went over with them and came home with her husband, who is working there. Mrs. J. E. Smith's nephew and wife, the John Richards, of Sioux City, were guests of the Smiths the latter part of last week. Mrs. Sarah OMCeefe was a patient in the Kossuth hospital last week for examination and treatment for infection in her ankle. The B. R. Worleys went to Mason City Friday afternoon for a short day morning In a fall frbrn a horse, He was at his uncle Jay Steven's, It had rained there, and the horse slipped, falling on Earl's leg. Ligaments were torn loose and twisted. He was brought home and Will have to remain In bed six weeks or more with his leg In d cast. Earl had been at Jay'e since school was out. Mr.' Anian Is manager of the North Iowa elevator' here*. Boy Klin Down by Cur-— Robert, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Fraser, suffered a bruised foot and leg Saturday at Algona. He was crossing -State street, when a car knocked him down and -ran over the foot. He suffered no Serious Injury. Klrgchbanm Unimproved— Mrs. August KirschbaumVgoes to Chicago this week 'Thursday, night to visit ,Mr. Klrschbaum,' who has been a patient in a government hospital there four weeks. His condition remains unchanged. Girls at Lake for Week- Mary and Marie Harris and Ruth Miller, accompanied by Julia and Esther Dearchs and Emma Spongberg, Algona, are spending this week in a cottage at Clear 'Lake. Other Sexton News. Mrs. Fred Nearlng and her son Donny spent Sunday With v ihe for- mer'sl mother, Mrs. Henry GlaVe, of Britt. Mrs. Glave Is able to be about the i house after a serious sickness. •Dr. and Mrs. H, N. Boschell, Mel* vin, 111., spent Friday and Saturday at Albert Gr,osenbach's. Doctor Bosohell • was Idoklng after a farm he owns near St. Benedict. The Ferris Johnsons, Gllmore City, were Sunday guests at W. C. Taylor's, and Mitchell Taylor went home With them for a week's visit. The George Olsene spent the their for- week-end at Iowa City with daughter,. Mrs. Ray Thomas, merly Lora Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Hardcopf , Lu Verne, spent Monday with Mrs. Hardcopfs parents, and ahd 5trs. James Carroll. Mrs. Walter Lorehz and her father, M. tb. Reilly, both of Algona, were Sunday visitors at Robert Reilly's. Mrs. G. B. Wise and her daughter Nell spent Monday at Corwlth, where Nell had dental work done. Mr. and •• Mrs. Henry Phillips, of Wesley, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Phillips' mother, Mrs. G. B. Wise. A group of girls from Algona spent, last Thursday and Friday .with Alberta Grosenbach. Mrs. "Hardy Rlckard, of Wesley, spent last, Thursday with her daughter, : Mrs. Roy Ollpm. The Aid' will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Monroe Heiter, south of Wesley. .'. .: l.u Verne, 'Aug. i—Several local eople have 1 beeri entertnfiilflg out' 4 Mown guests, .some belrig reia* Ves, others bldtlme friends^ ,Dr, rid*-Mrs. A. L. Spooner entertalried 3o6tor ami Mrs. Brandon, Sitfti* ""alls, son, and daughter, Mrs. Brandon being a niece of Doctor pooner whom he had never seen efore., Doris and Lillian Krause, Renwlck, are spending the week Mh their cousin,' Emma Kratise. Ir. and Mrs. Herman denrlch, De- roit, and their daughter Margaret rrlved Saturday to Visit Herman's, mother, Mrs. John GeHrlcVii T"he Byron Ogleebys, former local resl- ents, now of Mhson City, Visited at lie parental -William Schultz home, nd the John Brinks had a visit roin Mr. and Mrs. Roy Skeels, El- In, 111., and the sons John 'and Charles. The Brinks, With their uests and Mr. Brink's mother, Mrs. osie Brink, spent Sunday with rel- tives at Ren wick. 92 Brings the Advance 1 Year WESLEYANSIN REUNION FOR WESTERNERS Wesley, Aug. 2—A reunion of relatives was held at Carl . Hansen's last Thursday evening. The occasion was a .visit of Mrs. Saren Nelson, Woodburn, Ore.,'.slater of Carl, Hans, and Julius 'Hansen. Her sons, •Sophus~and Neal, who are employed at -Detroit, had been at home on a visit, and Mrs. Nelson came with them as far as Wesley. Those attending, besides the hosts, were the Hans Hansens, the Theron-an'd Raymond Hansens, the-Gordon C. Gid- clinge, -the Howard Hansens, , Clear Lake, the' Amos OBonackers, Titonka, the Julius Hansens and Fred Diek- manns, Sophus and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Nelson, Mrs. Nels Hansen and Harold and Curtis, the • 'Lawrence Hansens. Ice cream and cake were furnished by the entire party. Sophus and Neal left for Detroit -Friday to report for work Monday morning. They were accompanied by their brother Curtis, whom they brought east with them. He will look for work at 'Detroit. Wesley Alumni Will Banquet- Karl Wester and the Misses Benton are the prime movers in a plan to organize an alumni association among graduates of the Wesley high school. As a beginning, a banquet will be served in the Methodist church basement this week Saturday evening, and this will be followed by a business meeting. The committee on program is composed of the Misses Adele Kleinpeter, 'Kathryn Cruise, and Margaret Lpoft. The Misses Erma Ward, Vera Kouba, and Phyllis Cruise will have charge of decorations. The Methodist Aid will serve the banquet, and the committee in charge is composed of Mrs. Dawson, chairman, and the Mesdames Haynes, E. R. Swanson, Raymond Hansen, and Emil Wester. visit and returned • Sunday noon. after- O'Keefe Named Clerk, Oran O'Keefe, forroer barber now operating a shop and a hotel clerk. ILLINOIS CAR is DITCHED ON UNION TOWNSHIP CORKER .Union Twp.,. Aug. .9—A large car bearing an Illinois license'plate and traveling at a high rate of speed left the pavement near the Boevers farm, three miles north of Algona, last Thursday, when a rear tire blew out. It swung around and ran into the ditch on the east side of the road right side up. -A wrecker was necessary .to !get the car back Into the road. • None of the passengers was hurt, though a woman suffered from shock. Picnic Party Ignores Depression- Sunday afternoon a party, of 18 people, mainly from Wesley, picnicked at the lodge cabin, Call state park, Algena. The party included the R. B. Hopkinses, the Chae. Krnuses, B. F. Felts, Carl Franzens, Mrs. Yorker, Algona. the Rev. J. E. Cliftons, Burt. A feast of 11 chickens, hot escalloped potatoes, several cakes, and watermelons, a freezer of ce cream, lemonade and coffee, was spread on the cabin tables, and diners ate until they groaned 'for the good things consumed. The party broke up* with all "impression of the depression" wiped out. Pastor Preaches at. Brooklyn — The Rev. Mr. Bernsten delivered !iis last sermon to the Wesley congregation Sunday morning, for a period of six weeks. He Me going to Brooklyn, New York, to supply the pulpit of a Scandinavian ' Free church for that length of time, and the pastor of that church, the Rev. N. W. Nelson, meantime will take Mr. JBcrnsten's place in the Britt, Wesley, and Upper Flat Congregational churches. Union services will be held at Britt next Sunday evening, and the following Sunday morning Mr. Neleon will preach here. Mlssioiiary Society Meets— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met with Mrs. Wm. Hutchinson Friday afternoon. Mrs, 'Amesbury, vice president, presided. Mrs. Fred Dlek- mann read the lesson; chapter 5 In Christ Comes to the Village. Twelve women attended. The August meeting will be held with Mrs. Hodges at Mrs. Turgeson'e, and officers will be elected. Former Wesleyaus Lose Babe- Merlin Eugene, eight-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Johnson, Titonka, was buried here on the^ Joe Johnson lot in Evergreen cemetery Sunday afternoon. Cliff is a son of Joe Johnson, and both families formerly lived near Wesley, New Yorker Visits Here-Mrs. Ella Benton, of New Yprk, formerly Wesley, who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fred Looft, Swea City, spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. R. B. Hopkins. The Fred Loofts brought her, and came after her following a drive to Britt. Boys Puiut t'hurcli Boys of the church and Sunday school are painting the walls and celling of the church basement. Toe Rev. Mr. McNulty is helping them The Bible Study class meets this week Tuesday evenings hostess. These business meetings are held monthly. Catholic Bazaar Dates Set- Dates for the Catholic bazaar have been set on August 23 and 24. Committees for various departments have been appointed, and will hold a meeting this week. Youiiff Doctor Completes Visit— Dr. James Adams, following a visit with Ms father here, left- Friday for Akron, O., where he is established. Other Wesley News. , Mrs. Nina Ranck left Rockledge. Fla.,- last Thursday for Wesley -to Visit her parents, the B. IF. Felts. 'She was expected Monday or, Tuesday.' When she returns, Nina May Wagner, her niece, will go with her and attend school at Rockledge during the coming year. Rose Ormsby, Preston teacher, came Saturday and spent Sunday with her brother John. The Lester Leases spent Sunday with Lester's nephew, Vernon Stud'er, near Corwith. The John Hutchisons visited her mother, Mrs. Lawler, at - New (Providence. Mrs. Tom Nelson and her children returned last week Tuesday, following a long 'visit with (Mrs. Nelson's parents, the Andy Chambers, Stuart They brought with them Mrs. Dan Kimes, Tom's sister, for a two week's visit with, her parents anc relatives. . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chalstrum, of Fort iDodge, with their two little sons, are visiting Mrs. Chalstrum's parents, the Wm. Hutchlnsone They came early last week, accompanying the Hutchinsons, who had visited at Fort Dodge. Clarence Dahlin and Herbert Swanson, Burlington, brother an<3 )rother-in-law of Qlrs. Raymond Hansen, came last week Monday to vork in this vicinity. Mrs. Henry Mathahe, with Dorohy Ann, and Gladys Haverly, spent ast week at the home of Henry's parents. nea,r Lakota, and helped cook for threshers, . . The Ed Loebigs, Wesley, and the ufus Welters, Corwith, with the Frank Loebiga, Livermore, Minn., picnicked at Hand's park Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury and ilara came from Albert Lea Saturday afternoon, and spent Sunday vlth the John Amesbu^ys. A daughter, Marjorle 'Ann, was jorn to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich at Koseuth hospital, Algona, last week Tuesday. The Mike Kisches and Mike Brasses, Irvington, and N. J. Meur- ers, Plover, visited the Jos. Meurers Sunday. Supt. and Mrs. Swanson, with young Edward iReese, were supper ueets Sunday at Arlo Dawson's. Alice Florn went to Waterville Minn., Saturday, to visit her broth er Knute, formerly Wesley. Raymond Hansen is suffering from a felon on the index finger o nJs left hand. GUARANTEED Motor Oil Auxiliary WU1 Meet— The Legion Auxiliary vfiU b,ojd« a, business meeting a,t the rooms thfe week Thursday Mrs. 'Frank Bowurtetter- Tliis Pure Pennsylvania Lubricant Means Economy We guarantee it to he su perior in mileage and lubri eating value to any ptfcer Q i or the cost will be refunded Why not use the beet when i costs no more than an infer ior oil. .. u . Wi^ ^^ ^^ ^wpHi^w »%w^&^ East of Courthouse and reudor r, ,-'lk>'-M£li,rfAa^^ •,«• .ft ** V* a M CU AVI"» j« *V DC«»I^ u;' * •(,, J ' —ft TJ) ^tthfaVrefuj^a Saiur'' haft, <!ay frdfh , spent three weeks supervising work on faring ,he, dwns ,thet e,/ •, " • ' • , Amber;,' Ro«eri,' rfferey Dtttfge, if'naVlng a , - V«tdHtl6"ri 1 ' left-., '4 jp &*? - oungster Visits Former .Teacher- Dickie Smith accompanied his ather, Lloyd Smith, on a 'business rip to Des Moines last week Tues- ay and spent the day with Elsie Voods, former teacher here. Miss Voods was a Drake university stu- ent last year, J)ut teaches at New haron this fall. ood Will Club to Meet— The Good Will club .will meet hursday, August 18, with Mrs. f The (L. L. -Andersefhs./Alta^ were recent guests. of Mrs. -'Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. ' Mrs. cWa Johnson,' of 'Mlhneapo- Ifs, visited her, mother, 1 ' Mrs. ' M. Baumgartner,* last weeki |J , ,,•'. ' l George Stone, Cedar Rapids, and hsl son Wallace 'visited the fdrmer's mother last week, > i The W. F. and De Ra'e Godfreys Visited the MelViri Godfreys at Cha- pln Sunday. < ^ , ' Evelyn and Marvel Alexander ave a V evening. obert Hardcopf; Mrs. H. D. Ristau sslsting. The July meeting was mitted because of the sickness -of ne of the hostesses, Mrs. Paul B1U- ner. 'neinnoiila Altauk Warded Off— , C. H. iLichty was threatened with rorichial pneumonia several. , days ast week, but is recovering , .now. He suffered a severe -attack many •ears ago, and it returns-at Inter- als. '....'• tallfonilu Visitors Go Home— Mrs. Nellie Outran, Los Angeles; nd her son Merrill, who had visited elatives here a month, left for ome last week Monday, and Myrtle ordan accompanied them for a flsll. Isses Home from Louisiana— The Adrian Tiss family returned ast week from De iRiddoiy La., vhere they had lived since last Thanksgiving. They expect to go >ack in a few months. Farrcll Brothers to Missouri— Otis and Morris Farrell left Tuesday for Mober'ly, Mo., riding as far is Des Moines with Lloyd Smith. They expected to hitch-hike from here on. rs. Alice Griffith Entertains— 'Mrs. Alice Griffith, Indianapolis, vho is visiting at.her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Hal Rogers, entertained a roup of friends at bridge Friday afternoon. freens Have New Son— A 10-lb. boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Green Monday, the second child. Other Ln Yerne News. 'Mr. and; Mrs. SF. I. Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman drove o Carroll Sunday and spent the day with the Leo Chapmans and Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Bosserman, who drove there from Omaha. ' Frances Masterson has been vlsit- ng her sister, Mrs. DeRae Godfrey, wo weeks while their mother, Mrs/ Robert Masterson, has been at Dalas Center, helping care for her own mother, who is sick. The 'Lutheran Y. P. met Jn the 3hurch basement laet week Tuesday evening. After devotionals and a horrie. 'Florenee 6&lfrey for Latnrdp7'.,Mo., for 'a^a&ttoh with- he> slsteifcftrs., Charles''lender-- S0rt - , ' ' '>',> i ' , * .Helen Skow^Bode. Visiting' _.._ sister, Mrs. William , MoecHng^ was a week-end guest of Phyllle Llchty. Mi', and (Mrs. George Campbell ,„.. are making an extended ' visit at their' daughter Mr«. 'her Brink's 1 . Bank Remains Shut. ' .Lakota, Aug. 2—The Citizens Savings bank officially closed Friday. The directors wererworklng on the waiver plan but would not open.uh-' less they could get 100 per cent signers,' and as only about 90 per cent signed the bank was closed. cars: 1»81 Chevrolet Co* J W29 Dodge Coach i| Bach one is a the price/ real Get pur estimates _ • i . work. on Oil, Grease and Elbert Gar; South of Courthouse,! BASKET GROCERY ^ E.ASHLAND PHOPRIETdR ALGONA., IOWA PHONE 103 , ' , QUALITY AT A PBICE SPECIALS FOK AUGUST i TO 6 INCLUSIVE FREE WHILE THEY. LAST^PALMOLIVE BEAoll a package with each grocery order. Soap, White laundry, made by Proctor and.:, Gamble, 10; for _. Coffee, .MoLaughlin's 333, 3 Ibs. for Pea-nut Butter, quart jars Gold 'Dust, large package . Popcorn, Sure Pop,. 4 Ibs. Crisco, 1 Ib. , 19c 50c We 19c 19c 18c 3 LB. TIN, 52c Vinegar, ^pure cider, per gallon Jar Caps, for Mason jars, per dozen Parowax, 1 llx carton 21 c lOc Jar Rubbers, hot or cold pack, G dozen - Certo, for preserves am . making, per bottle : . Cabbage, large,,solid heads, per heart Prunes, Afresh and a nice size, 4 ib.s 5i Gelatin Dessert, makes excel.] lent fruit salad and~desserts .Gold Medal Cake Flour, 1 package.... 2vC\ 'I ;Kellogg's Wheat Flakes, th«| r new cereal or Rice Krispies, 3 for Rosedale Peaches, can (in syrup) 2 'for -•- ............ . No. 2% . CASH PAID FOR EGGS Meat Department—Beef Roast, 14c-; Pork Butts, 12; bulk Pic A BIG BMGAIN ^. A L L F O R * CRYSTAL 1 PM.MOUVL 1 BARS HUMOUVE SOAP tit fMMOlWt iiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiKiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiNiinHiiiiiwiHiiiiuiniiiiuiHiiiiHyiiiiiiiiiiiH Sales Mount In June of this year 112,000 new Ford cart were delivered, or over 50 per cent of all the car« told in the United States were Fords. 9 , ' "»<"•*", In Kossuth county for June 52 per cent of all can registered were Fords, and in July 60 per cent of »U cars registered in the county were Fordi, In other words over half the people that are buying new cars today are buying the Ford cj«r, Before you buy any car he sure to drive the new Ford, .'•• - •. , " -V' ;V ' i IT'S TRULY A WONDERWt, CAB Kent Iowa

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