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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1943
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fh6 Algona Upper D«s Moincs, Alfotia, Iowa, lime 3, 1943 «EN, C. H. GRAHL GAVE MEMORIAL . TALK AT LAKOTA .Lakdta—-A large crowd attended Memorial services which Were held at the school house auditorium Sunday morning at 10 o'clock with the Legion Auxiliary, Me American Legion and the Boys and Girl Scouts marching in to the music of the processional band played by John Wortman. Invocation was given by the Rev. fid- ward Cass. A girls' quartette sang •"The Lord's Prayer"; pantomime, •"America," by Mrs. Ida Smith assisted by Marlene Kienitz and :Billy Beeffler; reading by Janette Anderson. George Hawcott, Coun- iy Legion Commander, was in- iroduced and Brig. Gen. Charles II. Grahl, head of the State Selective Service, gave the address. Mrs. George Heetland, head of ihe local Auxiliary, presented awards for first and second places in seventh and eighth grade history classes. In the eighth grade Bernadine Gerzema won first place and Janette Anderson second and in the seventh grade Jane Smith won first and Gloria Anderson second. Services were held at Maple Hill and the Lutheran cemeteries after the program, With the Legion in charge. Mrs. "Williams was hostess to the Bridge Club at her home last week Monday evening. Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Mrs. Anna Ogren and Mrs. Maude Hamilton clrove to Estherville Saturday. W. E. Ley left Friday for Barksdale Field, La., for a visit with his son, James, who is stationed there. Mrs. E. G. Sauer's mother, Mrs. CHEK-R-CHIX We are now booking orders for June and July deliveries. All chicks are from U. S. Approved, U. S. Pullorum Tested flocks. Let us have your order TODAY, — Also May Ducklings— ' Swea City Hatchery Phone 35 Swea City, Iowa 14-tf John Lunden, is visiting two Sisters in Duluth, Minn., for a few weeks. Mrs. L. J. Needham spent the week-end visiting her daughter and family, the Lee Stlels, at Albett Lea, Minn. Harry, son of Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Boeckelman, south of town, came Saturday for a week's fur> loUgh With the home folks. He is stationed at Camp White, Oregon. Mrs. Howard Holmes came Saturday for a visit with her par-, ents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Sehroe- der. She left late this week for Florida, where her husband is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Baum and son, Blllie, of Ames spent Sunday and Monday visiting Marvin's father, Wm. Baum, and his sister, Elsie, and the Gissel Johnsons and Other friends. Mrs. Raymond Smith and two sons left last week for a' visit with her mother, Mrs. Dawson, at Aurelia, Iowa. They will also visit Mrs. Smith's sister in Nebraska before returning. The Guy Beemers received a telephone call from their son, Bob, stationed at San Diego, Calif., early Friday morning saying he expects to be transferred to Rhode Island soon. Fred Laabs came home last week from Rochester, Minn., where he went through the clinic. The daughter, Pearl, who is employed in Mason City, spent 'the week-end with her parents. Henry Wirtjes, north of town, has been seriously ill the past two weeks with. rheumatism and complications but is reported much improved, A daughter, Lillie, who is employed in Waterloo, spent last week with him. Friends here received word last week that Jeanne Christopherson, fifth and sixth grade teacher in the Lakota school this year, had undergone a major operation last week Monday at the Coleman hospital in Estherville and is re-, covering. , Mrs. Margaret Warburton came up via bus to Algona Saturday and her son, Harry, met and brought her home from there to spend Memorial DaV and a few more days with relatives here. Mrs. Warburton is matron in the Des Moines Childrens 1 Home. Mr.,and Mrs. Arnold Christ are spending two we'eks visiting Arnold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Christ, arid other relatives here. Arnold has taught at Wiota the past five ye.ars but expects a call into service in June. Sunday visitors at the Leonard Christs were a daughter and family, the Dick Weinfaufs and Henry Boettcher. JUNE IS IOWAVE MONTH ' Enlist Today Visit the Navy Recruiting Station at Spencer, Iowa OUR MEN ARE DOING THEIR PART? ARE YOU DOING YOURS? ONCE MISSIONARY TO CHINA SPOKE AT BURT SUNDAY Burt—"Mrs. Perry O. Hansen, Sf., Who spent last week here si the home of her son, the Rev. Perry O. Hanson, Jr., spoke at the Methodist church Sunday niorning. She has spent 40 years as a missionary to China and gave a very interesting talk about her work there. She and her husband returned to the United States in July, 1941, after the Section in which they lived had been occupied by the Japanese. Their town was bombed 60 different times before it was taken over by the Japanese. The U and I Circle will i»eet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. G. P. Hawcott. Mr. and Mrs. J.'L. Miller'spent the week-end with Mrs. Miller's grandparents at Havelock. Wayne Ollom went to Waterloo Monday to work. His brother and sister went there a week ago. Clayton Schrader left Sunday from Mason City for Alaska, Where he is to work this summer. Lenore Bullock, Des Moines, is spending a couple of weeks here at the home of her uncle, Glee Bullock. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Cook, near Algona. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson and two sons of Armstrong were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Don' Mitchell home. Mrs. Charles Olson went to Fairmont, Minn., the first of the week to spend a couple of weeks with relatives there. Lorene Carlson, Des Moines, arrived last Thursday to spend a couple of weeks at the home of her mother, Mrs. John Koestler. R. L. Cogdill spent the weekend with his sister, Mrs. GeAe Riebhoff at Eagle Grove. He also visited relatives at Webster City. Mrs. Neila Mitchell left Friday for her home at Iowa Falls after spending several weeks here at the home of her son, Don Mitchell. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and daughter,' Eugenia, left Saturday for their home at Minneapolis after a short visit at the Al Staehle home. The Clarence Larsens, Waterloo, were week-end visitors at the home of Mrs. Larsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nester, Mankato, Minn., spent Sunday and Monday at the home of Mrs. Nester's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Earl Girton of Sioux Falls, S. D., spent Saturday night at the Mrs. Gerta Thompson home. He was on his way to Ames to get his daughters, Kossuth Chapter, No. 201, O. E. S. will meet Tuesday evening, June 8 for the -regular monthly meeting. There will be initiation of candidates. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wallace of Mason City; spent Monday at the home of Mr; Wallace's sister, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, and 'with his mother, Mrs. Bertha Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hanna and three children of Nora Springs spent Sunday with Burt relatives and had supper at the Mrs. Tillie Hanna home near Lone Rock. Mary Jean Rachut returned to Waverly Monday, where she is attending Wartburg college, after spending a week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Lone Rock, went to Marshall, Minn., Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Chipman's uncle, Charles Elvidge. * Coach and Mrs. Bryce Wickett and son left Monday for Milo, where they will visit relatives. Mr. Wickett planned to take a defense job at Ankeny during the summer months. Roberta and Paula Schmidt spent last week here at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. The Moores and Fred Habergers took them back to their home at Bode Sunday. A good crowd 'attended the Memorial Day service at the Methodist/ church Sunday afternoon. at which the Rev. Wm. L. Patterson, pastor of the Titonka Methodist church, delivered a fine address. Mr. and Mrs. John Emmert of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wille of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick and Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow were entertained at the J. D. Graham home Friday evening in honor' of Maxine Graham, who left Saturday evening for Denver, Colo., after a couple of week's visit here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham. Mrs. George Tyndall of Carroll and her, daughter, Mrs. Sherman Kline of Scranton were over Sunday visitors at the J. 'P. Stow home. Mrs. Tyndall is Mrs. Stow's sister. A family picnic was held at the Stow home Sunday at which the C. L. Phelps and D. L. Phelps families, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Bristow and Stanley, Clare, Dale, Roger and Rollo Moore, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Godfredson, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wibben and daughter, Algeria, were also guests."" Mrs. Lyle Johnson and two children, Lake Crystal, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Clint Henderson of Austin,' Minn., were week-end visitors at the Herman Neitzel home. Mrs. Ellen Hanna, Sioux Falls, S. D., also came Saturday to spend a week or two with the Neitzels and other relatives. On Sunday a family reunion ,,was held at the Neitzel home at which the following were also present: the Dell, Lem, Hugh and Eldon Marlow families and the Fred Schmidts, all of Lone Rock, Mrs. Donald Aindt, who recently returned from Spokane, Wash., and the B. H., Ed and Milton Marlow families, , ...... ~^, ; Sold at Auction The old toboggan slide at Bsther- ville will be sold at auction soon for salvaged lumber. The boys who ordinarily would use it are now in the armed forces of the country It is thought that the lumber would not be* of much value if left standing any length of time. At the time the slide was constructed the labor and lumber were valued at $1400.00. WESLEY U.S.W.O. CHANGES MEETS TO SECOND THURSDAY Wesley—The regular meeting ol the United Service Womens Organization was held Thursday night in the bank basement with Mrs. J. M. Kunz, president, in charge. Th'e group has a membership of 33 women and each is to work on an individual project which is to be brought to the next meeting, either complete or otherwise. Also all members or anyone having sons, husbands or brothers ' in the armed service, are asked to stop in at the bank or Kraus' store to pick up a form card to be filled out on each man in the service so that the statistician can complete her records on file. The meeting night has been changed from the fourth Thursday night in the month to the second Thursday night'in the month to relieve a conflicting date for the Navy Mother's meeting night. The next meeting will be held Thursday night, June 10. OFFICIAL TABLE OF CONSUMER POINT VALUES FOR MEAT, FATS, FISH, AND CHEESE _ . No. 3—Effective June 6,1943 COMMODITY BEEF 'STEAKS iporterhou&r...*.-K..i-.-> T-Bone . Club ... Wb-10-lfleh cut Rlb-7-lnch cuL. Sirloin Sirloin- boneless. Round — top Round '.. Bottom Round.._ Hound Tip .....„:. Chuck or Shoulder „ ROASTS fllb-sbndini (thine boiti on] (10* cut).. Blada Rib-stindlng (china bone on) (10* cut) Rlb-standlns (cblm bone on] ,(7-cut) b<adi Rib-standing (Oilne bone on) (7* cut)...™.. Round Tip __ Rump-bone In......... Rump-boneless.. .... ChucK or Shoulder-bone In.. Chuck or Shoulder-boneless. STEWS AND OTHER CUTS Short Ribs ...„ Plale-boneto,^,~ Plato-booatoss . Brisket-bone In—.. SlWk-konfln,... .SrjanK-bwaHH.. HAMBURGER ^ ] Coin p*rl U 11 11 10 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 8 12 COMMODITY BEEF VARIETY MEATS Brains.. Hearts., Kidneys.....™...... Uvere Sweetbreads—.„.„. Tills (01 joints). Tonpie....™ Tripe.. VEAL STEAKS AND CHOPS *' Loin Chops., Rib Chops. Shoulder Chops ... Round Steak (cutlets)... Sirloin Steak or Chops.. ROASTS, Rump and Sirloin—bom In. Rump and Sirloin-boneless leg... . Shoulder-bone In... Shoulder-boneless..... STEWS AND OTHER CUTS <eck-bone In.—, |eck-boneless...«.__. ihank—bone In—......... Slunk and Heel Meat-boneless.......... ,.„.,. GwiDd Vial aid Pattles- iul ground from wcks, ftofiks, shanks, breasts, UMj MI5CMNM99QS VNI Wpstea,.,...,, ARIETY MEATS Point! pwlb. COMMODITY 2 4 3 6 3 •r LAMB- MUTTON STEAKS AND CHOPS Loin Chops . ... Rib Chops . Leg Chops and Steaks... Shoulder Chops-Wade arm chops........... 9 7 $ 10 9 ROASTS « leg-whole or part........ Slriorn Roast-bom In . Yoke, Rattle, or Triangle- bone ln_.._........... Yoke, Rattta, or Triangle- boneless..... Chuck or Shoulder, square cut-bora In, nock oB.._ Chuck or Shoulder, quart- cut-toneless, neck off... Chuck or Shoulder, crosscut-bone to..— STEWS ANDDTHER CUTS Breast and Flank., Neck-bone In.... Neck-boneless ..... Shank-bono to .. Lamb Patties-lamb ground (mm necks, flanks, shanks, breasts, and miscellaneous lamb trimmings. VARIETY MEATS BACON Bicoo-sicW.rindalr;.,,,. Points ptrlb, COMMODITY PORK STEAKS AND CHOPS Center Chops 9 End Chops 7 I Loin-boneless, fresh and 7 I cured only—.......„., >.' I Tenderloin ..— 7 Ham'-bone In, sHces. Shoulder Chops and Steaks.. Bellies, trash and cured only. Points pwlb. ROASTS • Loin-whole, h»H, or end cuts. Loin-center cuts Harflt-wholeornall Ham'-buttend ._ Ham'-shank end ..... Ham'-boneless, whole or hah Ham'-boneless, slices...... Shoulder-whole or shank hall (picnic) bone In Shoulder-slunk hall (picnic) boneless.. ..... Shoulder-butt hatf (Boston , butt)-boneln '. Shoulder-butt .half (Boston butt)-boneless... .. OTHER PORK CUTS Spareribs ,... NeckboMS and Backbones.,. Feet-bonoln. Fat Backs and Clear Plates,. Plates, regular ....... Jowls ,..,...,.„.... 9 7 10 10 10 7 6 7 7 S 8 10 COMMODITY READY-TO- EAT MEATS COOKED, BOILED, BAKED, AND BARBECUED Dried Beef .'."^. Ham'-bone In, whole or hall. Ham'-bone In, slices Ham'-buttend Ham'-shank end., Ham-boneless and latted, slices.. t Picnic or Shoulder—bone In.. Picnic or Shoulder-boneless. Pigs Feet-bone In... Barbecued Pork—sliced or shredded, boneless Spareribs, cook or barbecued.. Tongue, slices... Point*! pwlb.' 'Refill* or HUomi The point ralu« of tny other re*dr-to-eal met! item ih«ll be determined by adding 2 poinU per pound lo the point vilue per pound of the uncooked item from which it ii prepared if it U sold whole, or 3 points per pound shall be idded if it u cooked or sliced. 16 9 11 9 7 11 10 • 2 - i 11 4 9 The Lee Ricke family of Morgan, Minn., visited Ricke relatives here from Friday to Sunday. The Tom McMahon family were guests Sunday at the home of her parents, the L. H. Kents at Burt. Mrs. Albert Reno went to Spencer Friday where Saturday she attended the funeral of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Charles- Uhlenhake of Thornton Visited Memorial day at the Matt Kellner home. Charlotte and Ardeen Monson left Sunday for Marshalltown via bus for a several weeks visit with relatives there. The sum of $90.00 was cleared by the ladies of the St. Benedict Parish at their dance Wednesday night, held in the Kleinpeter hall. Whittemore defeated the Wesley baseball team in their first game of the season on the Wesley diamond Sunday by a score of 8 to 3. Sgt. Harley Haynes of Camp Robinson, Ark., arrived for a visit with home folks during Memorial week. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Haynes. Lou Ricke and George Schuler went to Festina over the weekend to visit Mr. Ricke's twin, daughters, and Mr. Schuler visited his relatives there. Pvt. LeRoy Ricke, son of Mrs. Carrie Ricke, arrived home Sunday for a 10-days furlough with home folks. He is stationed at Ft. Warden, Wash. The sum of $40.50 was realized by the members of the American Legion Auxiliary in their annual Poppy Sale drive Sunday. They had 400 poppies to dispose of. Mrs. Ray Black and daughter, Bonnie May, of Lone Rock and her mother, Mrs, Charles Loebig, of Burt, spent Memorial Day in Wesley visiting forrner friends. Charles Gibson of Austin, Minn., visited his parents, the Zack Gibsons, at Britt over the Memorial week-end, spent part of Monday visiting former friends in Wesley. Verla Johnson and Lois Hildman spent the Memorial week- SAUSAGE Knuck|et....._..... LiafFat. ........ VARIETY MEATS Brains..,,......... Ears,. 2 1 1 3 1 4 2 4 Dry Sausage—Hard: Typical Items are hard Salami, hard Cervelat, and Pepperonl..% Semi-dry Sausage: Typical Items are Cervelat, Pork Roll, and Mortadella Fresn, Smoked and Cooked Sausage:' Typical Items are Pork Sausage, Wieners, Bologna, Baked Loaves, and Liver Sausage, and Chile Con Carne (Brick). Group 1: 100% meal con tent..., , Group 2: Not lew than 90% meat.......... Group J: Not less (nan 50% meat; Liver Sausage Included regardless ol higher meat content Group 4: less ihin'M^but mn than »* mint; Sousf and Headl Cheese Included regardless ol higher meat content end here with their parents, the Ernest Hutchisons and the Tony Hildmans. Efpth are employed at Mason City. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froehlich drove to Williams and Webster City Sunday to visit Lawrence Ricke, who is ill in 'a hospital there, and report him to be slightly improved. The Rev. Olaf M. Johnson family are planning to go to Chicago next week for a church meeting and from there will go into Wisconsin to spend the month of June on their annual vacation. Mrs. Helen Johnson began clerking duties at the Kraus store this week Tuesday morning. She relieves Miss Maxine Seiler, who las a summer position with the Joe Krieps family at Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz and June Adele are going to St. Paul Thursday where on Friday their daughter and sister, Miss Mary Adine Kunz, will be graduated from St. Catherine's Academy.. •Mrs. Joe Matern returned Friday to her home at Haigler, Nebr. having visited here with hei mother, Mrs. Wallace Benton for several weeks. Mrs. Benton is much improved following severa strokes some weeks ago. Mr, and Mrs. Phillip Goetz and family have moved into the Mrs Halvor Flom, Jr., house north of the tracks vacated this week by the Tony Hildman family, who moved into the home they recently bought from Leo Hanig. Margaret Agnes Kellner, one- year-old daughter of the. Matt Kellners, submitted to an operation for the lancing of a gland in her neck at Mason City one day last week. She was able to return home with her parents that night, Louis Goetz and Lee Goetz returned home Friday from Tarkio, Mo., where they attended the 25th anniversary of the prdaining of Father Fidelis into the priesthood. Father Fidelis is a son of Mrs. Anton Goetz and the late Mr. Goetz, Mr. and Mrs. George Hanig lave purchased tha Joe Studer house in the east part of Wesley, md have moved to this new loca- ;ion. The Leo Hanig hous& the George Hanig family occupied was sold to the Tony Hildman family. June Nobel, who enlisted in the Army Air Corps six months ago, received notice over the weekend to appear at Des Moines Monday, June 7, for induction into, that branch of the service. From Des Moines he wilV go to some camp in California. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin, Ethel FJom, Wajisee. phris- tensen, Clifford Carlson. Howard Funnemark, Mildred Johnson, and Russei and JBugeneSwanspn s at? tende4 « Yowg popple of ttw Free church meeting at Houston M -"n., from, Saturday untU "' JT. L.. left Saturday aopn from M City for Baltimore, Mfl, w they went to get Mr. take's car and the two Martin plant in Baltimore to Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley were guests at the Tony Rasmussen home at Forest City Friday night. One of the Rasmussen boys was home on a furlough and other visitors were Mrs. Alma Marpee arid daughter of Madison, Wis. Mrs. Braley, Mrs. Rasmussen and Mrs. Marpee are sisters. Three Wesley boys, Paul Lorenz, Edward Johnson and Raymond Carlson are planning to leave for Des Moines the forepart of this month for induction into the armed services; If they pass their physical they will return to Wesley for an extended two weeks furlough before active duty. Guy M. Butts, Preston Chapin, Wallace Benton, Vee Mullin, Ralph and George Yanser and Curtis Benskin drove to Mason City Thursday night where they attended the Winnebagb Encampment. Three degrees were conferred on 23 candidates including the two Mr. Yansers and Curtis Benskin, and they were initiated in One group. Fuheral services for Ben F. Felt, 84, who died April 13 at Rockledge, Fla., will be held at the local Methodist church Monday afternoon June 7. Mrs. Felt and a daughter, Mrs. Al Wagner, who are bringing Mr. Felt's body back to Wesley were to arrive Wednesday morning by train. Another daughter, Mrs. Nina Ranck, is driving through and is expected home the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Gerdeg, Mr. and Mrs. H. JV Bfaley, M*. Mfs. John Huidhlsdn, Mtt Mrs. Julius KUH2. Mr. dad Frank Kouba Sftd Mr. AM L. L. Lease drove to Woden M6ft* day night of this week to aufpfM Mr. and Mrs. George Pommef, newlyweds, at an old fashioned charivari party. The group took lunch along with them, and the evening hours were speht in Visiting and reminiscing old tim<& when Mr. ahd Mrs. Pommel* were Wesley residents. Mrs. Pommer la the former Mrs. Bertha Loof t. Mrs. John Thul returned Saturday from Rochester where she had gone through the clinic the past week. Mrs. Thul also visited in the Casper Kayser home in Waseca, Minn. WHOLESALE EXTRA FANCY JUICY, California STEP INTO OUR GARDEN! ) of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables f SAVE ON POINTS TOO! { BROCCOLI £± F ± L.17c \ SB! ORANGES MED. SIZE LARGE SIZE Yellow Onions™, ..3U.25C l.._o« ™, 01 "M Sunkist Fancy Large Juicy *f For 4 DOZ.I (' .TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS " SOLID CRISP WRAPPED _ CRAPEFRUIT tSRGE SIZE JUMBO SIZE 3-25' fcJS* PI 4; 25* 4 F .,29 ( Blue Stamps, 1.- STAMPS '**#«* .*«; HE PINEAPPLE JUICE/SftgTsr PORN Tendersweet ^^^^^^^^^^ai^Jf — • - UWnn NO. 2 Can :;'.........'!'.. ...14 Points * For TflMATflFC 16 Points ^^^"^miJS^^Ia-jt^. I Um« I UtO st. Croix No. 2 Can..llf!*? S ^FoirZ*C '6 oz. Ofll vPk&-5S C ^^fl ^^ Z. Can _J385BKE«p««aHg?SK^*4' JUICE 5 S 2 For r' OKAY WHEAT FLAKES K -£T ., TABLE SALT 10 CAKE DECORETTES IK lOc Flavory Fine Quality Fine, Med. or Broad..; .-..;.... lOc ^™^™^» ^^ mm •••ar ,'KOOL-ADE A ?, H fe? 8ri . nk NECTAR •^ r . 5c 4 Pkg ,l5c 2,,, I5c Remember! Saturday, June 5th Jl SACKS OP GOLD MEDAL FLOUR •i GIVEN AWAY AT OUR STORE SUPER SUDS 22^0 PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 For LJc Crystal White Soap 5 For 2lc Ift OLD ENGLISH Scratch Remover Polish Lu.e 2Sc Super- y Quality Denim OVERALLS, 1.59 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. JUNE 4TH AND STH Wiff S AjVF 'YIO'U! PQUfi -T H ^ItegF ^iBr. liay m ,-^5Sp Why Clean, FresKlS, TOUR EGGS FEED YOUR SOLDIERS, SAILORS ftHD

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