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REV. A. H. WOOD FORMER PASTOR AT GOOD HOPE DIES By J. W. Rev. Allen H. Wood, one of the most popular and beloved Methodist ministers that Kossuth county people have known, died at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge last Thursday of heart trouble. He had been in more or less poor health for several years but had deliverer sermons at Buncombe as recently as Mothers' Day. With him at the time of passing were his wife and adopted daughter, Martha Madsen, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, of Algona, close friends Of many years. Rev. Wood was born at Dewitf, Iowa, Dec. 23, 1871, and was in his 72nd year. As a young man he early showed a devout disposition and soon joined the Methodist ministry. He spent three years studying at the Garrett Biblical Institute in Chicago and served his first pastorate at Kanawha. From 1901 to 1905 he was at Titonka. He served four yeais at Burt, and another four years at Garner. He came to the Good Hope pastorate from Garner. From Good Hope, where he served sixteen years, at the same time doing duty at the South Cresco and Whittemore churches. After retirement for a time he was persuaded to accept the pastorate at Duncombe, which proved to be his last charge. Rev. Wood married Miss Mary Powell in 1900 at Mar shalltbwn, who with the adoptet daughter survive him. Durihg the years that Rev. Wood served in Kossuth county he be came widely khown in all sections of the county and was lovec by members of all denominations He was a man of • brorid human understanding and was • truly a follower of the lowly Nazarene His personality ,and good work will not soon be forgotten bj those who knew him and lovec him. The funeral at Duncombe Saturday was largely attended by Kossuth county folks. The burial was made in the family lot at Marshalltown. TITONKA NEWS Harvey Schraeder, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Schraeder of Es- herville, lias arrived to spend two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schraeder. Betle Dreesman, Mount Clair, . J., is spending one week with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreesman. Bette is employed n civil service work. Guests at the Kenneth Swan ionic Sunday afternoon were Mr. nd Mrs. Maurice Swan and fam- ly and Viola Swan of Britt, and V. C. Swan of Morningside. Mrs. Forrest Manwiller, Rockwell, returned home Sunday following a visit with Mrs. A. L Honken and sons. Forrest Manwiller, seaman 1/c, is now stationed at Philadelphia. Ration Calendar Tires • Class A Ration: Second inspection deadline, Sept. 3D. Class" B Ration: Third inspection period July 1 through Oct; 81. Class C Ration or bulk coupons: Third inspection deadline, Aug. UNION NEWS 31; Commercial vehicles." Every 60 days of every 5,000 miles, which- My Goodness—Just Look at Chrischilles' Ad This Week - \ "It says that they have just received a big shipment of seersuckers, ginghams, prints and novelty sheer piece goods. Mr. Hauberg has just been in St. Louis and he says while merchandise is pretty scarce, he did buy some pretty things. Anyway, CHRISCHILLES' is a cool, comfortable place to trade these hot, sticky days. They have their cooling system going full blast. Why don't you mept me there this afternoon? Well, I've got to be going —I hear the baby crying—See you about three at CHRISCHILLES'. Good-bye." If you want to be sure that next winter you'll be burning the particular size and kind of solid fuel you like best, place your order for it NOW. Later on there may be a shortage of some of the popular sizes and kinds of coal, coke or briquets. Don't misunderstand us—there'll be satisfactory fuel for everyone, but it may not be the kind you have been accustomed to burning. So for your own protection, order your favorite fuel now, and take delivery on it this summer. Do everything possible to store the entire winter's supply, even though it may mean enlarging your bin or arranging for other storage space. DON'T BE ALARMED ... if it is not delivered immediately. There just are not enough drivers or trucks left to the fuel industry to enable us to make all deliveries at once. Your order now, however, will enable us to ship into our yard enough of your favorite fuel so that we can fill your storage space to capacity before you will need it this fall. Botsford Lumber Co 25« ever occurs sooner. Gasoline A book coupons No. 6' valirt through • July 21V Fuel Oil Period 5 coupons (11 gals, eadh) low valid, expire Sept. 30. Period No. 1 coupons (10 gals, per unit) valid July -1 through Jan. 3, 1944. Coffee Coupon No. 21 (1 Ib.) valid July 1 through July 21. Coupon No. 22 (1 Ib.) valid July 22 through Aug. 11. Sugar Coupon No. 13 (5 Ibs.) valid through Aug. 15. Coupons Nos. 15 and 16 valid through Oct. 31 for 5 Ibs. each for anning purposes. Processed Foods K, L and M blue stamps valid hrough July 7. N, P and Q blue stamps valid ly 1 through Aug. 7. Icats, Fats, Cheeses, Canned Fish P red stamp valid June 27 thru July 31. Q red stamp valid July 4 thru July 31. R red stamp valid July 11 thru July 31. S red stamp valid July 18 thru July 31. Shoes Coupon No. 18 valid through October 31. s A family dinner was held Sunday at the Will Dodds, Jr. and Mrs. Mame Winkel home. Cecil Will, who Is taking air training at Farragut, Idaho, came home via St. Paul and Mankato arriving Thursday morning on a 12-da'y fUfldughXHe is 'recuperating from the effect 'of a strep throat. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. Pvt. .Stuart Thompson has: been honorably discharged from the army and will Teturn to assist his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, on their farm here. He entered the service last December and toas last stationed at Camp Van Dorn in Mississippi.' Mr. and Mrs. Qyentin Bjustrom entertained Sunday at dinner in honor of their daughter, Jeanette's second birthday anniversary. Guests were Rev. and Mrs. Kiltermon of Good Hope; Jeanette's grandmother, Mrs. Mitchell; the Otto Harlan and Erie Dittmer families. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bolin and family of Manchester, Iowa, came via Algona Sunday and joined the W. L. Heerdt family of Union. Together they spent the day (Father's Day) with Mr. and Mrs. Bolin and the Dale Blair friend* of Service * Men Please Note Headquarters, Seventh Ser» vice Command today requested that all dubs, groups, afid organizations who are preparing and publishing lists of their members in the armed fbrces Refrain from giving the flames of the military units to which these members belong as.well as the geographical location of the members. The publication of sueh information was indicated .by. the Severith Service Command headquqarters as presenting, n threat both to the security of classified information, which the enemy may be able to use, and to the safety of the men themselves. '•••'• • i Only the listing of the name of the individual and the designation of the service—such as Army, Navy, WAAC,' etc.—is permissible; for example: Corporal John Jones, Army. It is requested that objec-^ tionable lists already printed be immediately and completely destroyed. . tains 66 Chests ahd : 80 6nveJOp«S. iuo A fees, .Army, Navft,Af aftfl Nav> Atf ffdrfieV Coast Gua- ahd Marine ins'gnias. The Algeria Upper Des Moines, 19-4* INSULATE NOW! Hdmegtiard insulation costs only 1 8%c per sq. ft. installed by a trained crew. Gamble Store. 26 TREAf THE FAMILY ftnd bt\ng them to. (he, Big V,f.W, dele, bfatiott/.at Interfakctt Park next Sunday, July 4th. Free Acts > Concerts * Fireworks •> Dancing Outdoor Movies - Skating -.Rides and Concessions. Admissions 2Sc. Children under 12 FREE. 26 NOTICE—The Rpsedale Cafe will be. closed all day; Monday, July 5th. 26 H&. m tibA started cfiieks at reduced prices. Get theftl H6w, OS, w6 afe abbUt tft cltfsfe for,the season.'Hamtltdri Ha'tcftery, ,Bahcr6ft.- . , 26- "Whqs0 Whtf'Moek'Wedding 1 ' Will bfe presented at the Legion Hall on Tuesday evening, July 6, 8iOO o'clock. Reception lunch and old- time dance to folldw, Price 30e. Public invited. Sponsored by the Algona Townsend Club No. 1. 28* BROS, Reg. Gas, li9; Ethyl, 17.9; Mpo- gbmery Ward Tires, Batteries and Oil. USED CARS FOR SALE; Chevy 1 , '40 coach, first class, -good tires; Plymouth, '41 coach, fine shape; Plymouth, 'SB coach, good n«w '30 totipfe, faff- sha^Tf, , , seclan, deaii, 1st dais tires, 28*. Gatd of Thanks We wish t6 (thank*''all the frieh'dsi and relatives in appreciation for- their flowers, cards, and gift* which they sent to Betty Ann .during her illness.,We also want to thank the neighbors who .helped with the farm work. Mr. and Mrs* joe Helderscheidt.. .(,, 20*f Card of Thanks r & We wish' to thank ' out' many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in our bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt, , H Fbod Values 'amily at Granada, Minn. Ken-1 neth and Mrs. Heerdt are daugh- er and son of the Newt Bolins. Margaret Heerdt remained for a [ onger visit. LEDYABD NEWS i Mrs. Carl Noyes and daughters came Friday to spend a few days at the D. A. Carpenter home. The M. E. church will dedicate heir service flag, which they recently purchased, on July 4th. Mrs. Lillian Devine and Mrs. <enneth Devine of Rochester, VTinn., called at the Jack McDonald home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and granddaughter, Carolyn Kay Thompson, were dinner guests of the Jerry Sullivan family on Wednesday evening. Willard Nuss, son of Rev. and Mrs. Edw. Nuss, .arrived home Sunday evening for a short fur- ough. He is stationed at Camp Waldron, Farragut. Idaho. The W. Si C. S. will have then- picnic Thursday afternoon in the church basement instead of the park. Business meeting at 2:30 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited. Mrs. Peter Knops and little Gary Brand, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Brand of So. St. Paul, returned to that city Sunday after spending a week visiting Gary's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED BATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, Zo per word; when charged, So per word. Nff ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. m FOOD STORES t EVERYDAY LOW PRICES For Sale FOR SALE—Two bulls, Hereford and Shorthorn. Both guaranteed breeders, more. STRAY CALF came to my place Owner identify and pay costs Lawrence Thilges, Bode. 26-28 Nick Reding, Whitte- 26 FOR SALE—Two American Water Spaniels (male and female] crossed between Che'sapeake Bay and American Water Spaniels Sylvester Hainzinger, Fenton. 2b Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brower left Friday for northern Michigan, where they will be employed in a summer camp. Mrs. Brower will serve as a counselor and Mr, Brower will have charge of th athletics, In a letter received by Mr. am Mrs. Albert Brand last week fron their son, Arvid, located somewhere in the Pacific, he states tha he has been advanced to a new rating, that of petty officer 1/c Arvid is in the navy and is an aircraft metalsmith. There will be a special praisi service at the Evangelical and Re formed church on Sunday, at 11 o'clock, in commemoration of the first anniversary of the remodelec church. There will also be German services at 10 o'clock during Sunday School. Cpl. Merle Welfare of Cami: Barkeley, Texas, son of Mrs. Grace Welfare, is home on a 15-day furlough. Mrs. Welfare has been il" the past two weeks and was'taken to the Coleman hospital at Estherville Wednesday, having developed bronchial pneumonia. Merle has been granted a seven day extension to his leave on account oj Ilis mother's illness. K CKK833SOC83058303KBB33C8C853SCK93 FENTON NEWS FOR SALE—80-acre Kossuth Co farm. Fine buildings. Electricity in all buildings. Good soil, lies level. $200 acre. Real home anci good buy for some one. C. W. Nicoulin, Algona. . 25-26 FOR SALE—1936 Plymouth Deluxe coupe, extra good condition; excellent tires. Phone 1-F12, John Buescher. 26' FOR SALE—Emerson hay loader. Henry Miller, LuVerne. 26' FOR SALE—1 good bay horse, 10 years old. Melvin J. Faber, Algona. 26-27* FOR SALE—1937 Harley Davidson motorcycle, Model 74. Donald Youngwirth, LuVerne. 26* FOR SALE — Purebred Holstein bull calves. Registration papers if desired. Ralph Brown, gona. Al- 26* Lester Weisbrod attended a State Fireman's School at Ames from Monday of last week through Friday. I Bee Gross of Des Moines spent the week-end here with friends. I She is a skilled machinist at the Ankeny defense plant. Gerald Madden of Armstrong, accompanied by Lavon Madden and her sister, Joan, left Monday for Minneapolis, returning on Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Virginia Ruth and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager, Eugene and Dolores, left Saturday for Spirit Lake for a few days fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Seims and family of Evansville, Ind., and Mrs. Emilie Seims and Ervin of Whittemore were dinner and supper guests at the Herman Haack home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod visited Sunday at the Chas. Schemmel home in Swea City and were in on the house-warming on the Schemmels, who recently moved into their new home. Billy Stoeber visited from Friday until Sunday .at the Joe Loffey home in Armstrong. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Stoeber and Stephen were guests at the Loffey home. They were accompanied home by Doris Verbrugge, who will visit here a week. Beverly Irene, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Berkland, was baptized Sunday morning at St. John's Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mrs. William Mueller, Mrs. Harvey Hendricksen and Melvin Berkland. Dinner guests in honor of the pccasion were the Harvey Hendricksecs of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Seims and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt and Charles honored Mrs. Emilie Seims, Whittemore, Sunday night at a picnic supper, it being her 75th birthday anniversary. FOR SALE— 15 good Holstein cows and bull; also separator. See display ad. A. B. Schenck. 26* FOR SALE—200 acre farm, I'/} miles east of Whittemore. See Godfrey Schultz, Lone Rock, or H. W. Schultz, Whittemore. 26-27* Miscellaneous WORK FOR ALL AGES—Attractive wages next 60 days. Call h person. Algona Laundry. 2t GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algono Upper Des Moines. 4-ti NEED' MONEY to buy a farm? Let us tell you about the Aetna Life Insurance Company's new farm loan plan, low rate, 26-year repayment plan, a reserve feature, no. deductions. Hutchison & Hough. Security State Bank Bldg: 24-33* FREE CULLING SERVICE—Cull old hens now. Save feed by getting rid of non-layers. Expert cullers. Call or see us for appointment. Swift & Co. 25-27 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-U Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture 1-tf RUBBER STAMP PADS and ink, black, blue, green, 40c each at. the Algona Upper Des Moines. v Foft VICTORY, FOR VITAMINS, ton VALUKft ... VITAMIN FOOB8 eVCKVONK NEEDS F6R PROPER NUTRITION . . . YOU'LL FIND THEM AT SUPER VALU IN VARIKTV TO MEET YOUR NEEDS ... AND YOU'LL IAVB WITH 8UPER VALU EVERYDAY LOW PRIOEI, BIO DOUBLE HOLIDAY THIS WEEK END ' «KOP EARLY1 BUY FOB TWO DAY8I CRISP MIXED DILL PICKLES 32 OZ. 25< JAR NorthernTissuef 0e ,;5c V.I VIU Apricots 29°o. z c.'n 2 f.,43c Juice CAMPBELL'S CHICKEN GUMBO OR CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP 10'/ 2 OZ. CANS I 4 POINTS EACH 27< 28 Polntl each 1BK_UnmeM*ned flranifrult 4 Polntl 40 o«. can Z9C. Out Qreen 14 pflnli Salad Style i Beans 2 10™ 23c Mustard 1SK Cream Style 1« Polntl W and N Corn „.. 2.20.«.«.« !4c Peanut Butter White Cream Style 14 Polntl 1SK Dellotoui NutWH S* 01. Jar IOC 54c Iowa Corn MH ,l:L lie Peanut Butter 1 V 33c BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS Wheaties 2 2Q< Standard 18 Polntl Durkeo'i Famoui Tomatoes ,":;.L IIc Dressing Oerber't Chopped or Strained 1 Point Eji" f•** * WMt Baby Food 4 »*«. 7c "*!«. Peter Piper Dill 24c 22oi. jar Z3C 32ot.JarZlC P«». ol 80 9C 01. botllo CIC Diamond . . PostToastiesn.^, 8c Picnic Plater 2.., I7c . . WM Paper • - r . •' Grape Huts .««.«,. 13c Rapinwax ioo«, re ,, I9c White Red Rooiter, Mild, Flavorful BSobloM Coffee i«,b.,2lc Pickles Pure Vanilla LOW PKICES EVERY DA Y AT SUPER VALU CAKE FLOUR Softasilk 2% LB. 26< PKG. Office." 11-ti FOR SALE—1927 Model T Ford 4-door sedan; five good tires Harry McChane, one-half mil east, 2 miles north of Burt, 26 FOR SALE—New cream separa _tors, and milking machines. Al gona Maytag Store. FOR SALE—Used electric table range; has electric oven. Alsi Stewart - Warner Porto Baradio Algona Maytag Store. FOR SALE—Good used Monarcl electric range. Also very goo< used Norge coal and wood companion heater. Used 3-burner gas stove, cabinet style. Gamble Store 26 FOR SALE—Purebred Shorthorn bull, 2 years old. John Metzger 4% miles north and 2% miles wes: of Hobarton. 26-27* FOR SALE—Two 1931 Model A's Harley Hanson, Algona. Phone 161, St. Benedict. 26-27* FOR SALE—By July 15th: One bathtub, 35-feet drain pipe included. One small size Kimbatl )iano. One white porcelain-top utchen cabinet. Mrs. E. L. Grabau, Lakota. 26* For Bent 'OR RENT—Room for storage at M. & St. L. Depot. Inquire of McEnroe Bros., Phone 519. 26-27* Wanted VIAN WANTED for nearby Rawleigh Route, Real opportunity or right man. We help you get tarted. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. AG-11-0, Freeport, 111. 26* iVANTED—Playpen, good condition. Earl Sprague. Phone 942, Algona. 26* iVANTED—Man or woman for a profitable nearby Rawleigh Route. Products well known. Real opportunity. Write to Rawleigh's, Dept. IAG-11-H9, Freeport, 111. 26* 3 men over factory age for nearby Rawleigh Routes. ..arge organization. Good profits o willing workers. Steady work. IVrite Rawleigh's, Dept. IAG-11- 13, Freeport, 111. 26* WANTED—An electric portable sewing machine. Mrs. Wm. Kuhn, Algona. Phone 22F12. 26* WANTED— Business woman to share a home with Mrs. Merrill Gillette, 416 So. Minnesota St., Algona. 26* Lost.Found LOST—One sack Nutrena chick mash, between Johnson's Lunch Room aM Erich WiUrett farm Phone ?.2F2. 26* LOST OB STRAYED—Red Hereford calf. Weight 500 Ihs. He/>rv Miller, LuVerne. Phone 294}- 2fi* P* FOR SALE—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50. Algona Upper Des Moines. 9tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, chocolate, red pink, blue and peach for sale a the Upper Des Moines office, l,* each, 2 for 25c. 3-Vf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona, 1-tf HOME LOANS TO BUY, REPAIR OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. 18tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each. for 35c. 34-tl IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines. 50c and up. 13-tf FOR DURABILITY—For Impressiveness—Use Better Paper. Tho >est papers are made from rags. Try New Era Bond, 20 Ib. substance, for a really fine paper. 12.70 for 500 sheets. The Algona Jpper Des Moines. 9-tf BARN DANCE—Higgins Hall at Whittemore; 10:30 to 3:00 a. m., Sunday night, July 4. 26 KEEP YOUR Service Man supplied with stationery. Send him box with his branch insignia embossed on each sheet. Box con- 20 MORE CUPS PER POUND 18K Coffee 32< 1 LB. JAR DRIP L OR REG. DAIRYLAND Evap.Milk 3 SUN RICH, EXTRA CRISP, EXTRA GOOD Corn Flakes 3 1 POINT PER CAN i OZ. CANS Bran Flakot Sunrich Grape NuU MAGIC BAKE ENRICHED FLOUR t£ 4.95 GOLD NUGGET 49 UB8. $1.79 GOLD MEDAL * BAKING POWDER CALUMET 16 OZ. CAN 11 OZ. PKGS. * ui> " «e° r ^ d " Mt " ".H'.*,. 4ss'.V^ is*.*,. lOc Fla-vor-ade ^ ' • Chicken 8pup , « Polntl 7o, Pko . 9c Campbell's 10, ei .„„ I6c Shredded • Ufhaat I9a» Shortening; 18 Had Polntl r«er Jaf wwneat 1201.pkg. late fifisco CA Wheat Flekei . Wl IBVW a Ib. la hHft Ciin*ioli - 9 * «• I fit* Wary.Steveni ^ aUuilvll c pig*, luv linrn Ciarf>h at* Quick or Regular Oat. VUfR aiBrBH llb.pkg. 3C Sunrich «.... P , 0 .17c Cert o •... bom. 19c Quick er Regular Oate 8no White Glow I a% ' Quaker «. M . Pk « 22c Starch .«,.,;*, 19c Tru Vu Elbow ' No Rub, White Liquid Macaroni 1 *.«»»>. I Ic Shoe Polish IT,;. I5c Tru Wu Elbow Cha.ii .Dirt , Spaghetti ,«, MllcP .,. lie Old Dutch Molasses ^,23c Sa«« Flush Grandnta't • ; *l-. ST •• ' • Molasses ^39c Dog Meal Ground to Order ^ K-9 Kibbled I8KCoffee i. b .28c Dog Meal TOIIET SOAP Sweetheart 3 ^ 18< PRICES IN THIS *D, EXCEPT ON PEMISHABLES, ARI OUAMNTBID THRU THURSDAY, JULY itb. , 7 °* I8c * I9c Creamery Butter cNt ° ad ; Ib. 43c Granulated Sugar Ib. 6Kc New Potatoes 10 Ibs. 45c Super Valu Points for Better Feeding PRODUCTION. The proces*- sea of livestock production con" sist of assimilation, growth, development,, and reproduction and lactation. The economical source of the nutritive ele- jnents to meet the above requirements are from YOUR HOME GROWN GRAINS, when these grains are supplemented with the proteins, vitamins, and minerals in which they are low or entirely lac^ ing. 01* Gain 24% Concentrate for Uogs, Cattle, Sheep, combined sources of proteins abundance of vitamins »mple supply of minerals /ill these in one bag At no. extra post. PROTECTION; The well balanced grain ration promotes vigorous growth and vitality and furnishes the protective vitamins that assist in protection against worms and various forms of necro. Whittemore Produce, WWttenwre BROKEN •'' * *'*M SUSDBACOH ,UX1»« LARGE . 4 POINTS MINCED BOLOGNA LU 23* SMALL WEINERS 5 SUMMER SAUSAGE BRAUNSCHWE1GER KRAFTS * CHEDDAR 37' 33' «;i:o: 8 P ; SB T*«*f HAM SHANKS VEGETABLES LEMONS LARGE ignfe ORANGES CARROTS CABBAGE LETTUCE »oz. 33 C I DOZ, 49 2 bunches 1 1 Large LARGE "'wPWwPWW "ISPP- **^p<P W H. j^^^m ^^ ^^P ^^^F^ , ^MiT ^^Bl^ '_ .^Hr Wl f •> STORES —^"— • f* fr"^ '-'*•',,""*'** C- i 4^7',•.TV'"*' *"*''- • •••• • ...fci^-.jr- , ^ jj^j*^ " ••-*-*= --' -*

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