Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1933 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1933
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RAD U ATE »tnmg to be treasured 'after the occasion — •e of jewelry best ex- is your thoughtful- , exquisitely engraved Ich for the girl gradu- with flexible strap. SD, white gold. $22.50 Special at $14.00 'Watches $12 and Up and girls' rings, solid lie gold. Beautiful sets $3.50 and U» bite gold necklaces with Hants, $3.50 and Up perfume, toilet sets, ies, stationery, auto- phs, gents' .pocket s, ladies' hand bags, t, etc. Graduation cards. |nd congratulations to IUT young friends. lewelry Store ••* The. lew Deal (Continued) rs aid Investors - —. J a good clear 80, •160 acre farm, trade 1 a larger farm. t aurance and land compare very anxious to LL, their Iar 8 er 'arms. 16 "tantage of this fine nity to increase your lrtin "s. 'No cash nee- See us at once. 'cDonald 1 Company 1 State Bank Building. Phone 120. WEEK naps LONG'S Food Shop ».. 2)4 an «„ 3 B_ ----- I . ., , — - *•• t""&i«tm symbolized a newspaper, and features of a newspaper were used as themes by the speakers as follows- Headlines and Leading News (Introduction and welcome), by toastmaster, Vernon Kohlhaas The Editorial <Page( explanation of class motto) "To the Juniors" Margaret Molloy, Evelyn Van Al- ACADEMY JUNIORS BANQUET SENIORS A LAJEWSPAPER 'St. Cecelia's 1933 class of 20 seniors was banqueted In the academy gymnasium Tuesday evening by the T T ^ ' guests were rm. n T. J. Davern, the Sisters of the (Presentation, Delia Frankl Eleanor McCoy, County Auditor and Mrs. E. J. Butler, Arthur Noril- strom, and last year's alumni, Alice Payne and Betty Barry Members of the senio'r class are ^^r," 0 '' 0 ?'/"" Gisch, Ag! mett Hegnrty, Frances JCOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA 'Mrs. L. E. Potter Is again 'at her homo on south Minnesota street George Elbert returned Sunday 8 P° n sorg OH! n hlldlnnnn *.„!_ i. _ — . ""«-J _ _. e und from a business trip to Detroit ». - .— -~«- MII,, — — - u».v. A 1110,11 10 ttuic LO QO Sorstedt is now traveling f' 1 ' 0 " 1 a s aln - He suffered a stroke Alla.R flnaf sirttvt »««.. y~ii. t in L H fi Ipf f Vlfll? rt» V«l« JUn,l.. _ £ cngo. t ng the Atlas Coat company, Chi- W p. Mayhew, Vlllisca, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. M. H. Falk- ennainer. Dr. Geo. P.'Elvidge, of Perry spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs! " " ' "•'» .Cl.ll Gil OrllU fJULU. Keith spent last Thursday at Mason City, where Zora attended an alumni nurses' banquet at Mercy and Mildred Kaln Kathrvn Pnrt'n'VwV" f anKSOn le£t for hospital and Evelyn visited Mrs Katherine Cavanau'g^K tT f s I Si ^ J*"^ for ^™*L 3 °*?* 0 ^ *>» '£» with 'Hugh Herman. Hegarty, Mrs. Frank Bankson ^^r An i^V C =Tm h an r '<" «* "^ •v><in.l n 1. ' _. «'"««, JM1- MrK. Mnrwni-nf nll«l,_ , mund Capeslus, Eleanor Fidelis Arndorfer, Lamuth. The after-dinner program muna uapesius, Eleanor pavne im™ """s 11 ™ 1 uncnnst, Tracy, Joseph A e,,y, Charles Huj£S "SterMrfS^a^r' "" Inez and Hazel Potter spent the week-end with Georgia Carmean, _ daughter of a Bancroft druggist. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner motored to Garner Sunday to visit the Rev. H. R. Wrede and his fam- and Eleanor sym len. Response by Junior, Frances McEnroe. Sports Page (tribute to leaders in sports) Edward Capesius 'Literary Division: Class 'poem Frances Hegarty; History of Class In Episodes, Joseph Kelly; Tribute to Mothers, Katherine Cavanaugh 'Extra! Extra!—Toast to Father Davern, Maurice McEvoy; Toast to Faculty, Eleanor Payne. News Pages—(Seven years hence)—Class iProphecy, Mildred Kain. 'Legal .notices—Class Will Fern Gisch. Class Song, Seniors (tune: Farewell to Arms.) Attractive decorating by the juniors in the senior class .colors of silver and rose beautified the gymnasium. A reception and dance took place after the banquet. The Catholic women served the banquet. This year's class is the second to be graduated from the academy. Last year's class had 18 members. BABY CHICKS KEEP TWO ALGONIANS BUSY Kenneth Cowan and "Barney" Frankl entered the chick business late in February, and they have hatched nearly 4400 White Rocks so far this spring, nearly 1700 of which are now spring fries weighing an average of nearly three pounds. Many were sold last week. The Silver Gray cafe served ten fries Sunday. The boys have a hatchery In a Phillips street building next south of, Athletic park, and they slept there nights'for" a time when heat was necessary. ' The flock of 1,700 chicks is in- jlosed on Cowan lots two blocks north of the Catholic church. The chickens are locked up at night to prevent theft. In the daytime they afford an interesting sight. The bovs plan to make house-to- ily. -Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer attended a meeting of the state medical society at Des Moines last week. Mrs. F. C. Scanlan left Tuesday or yesterday for Santa Ana, Calif., to visit her mother ,who has heart trouble. Mrs. J. T. Graham, south of the fair grounds, went to Chicago Monday night to visit her son, Dr. J. V. Housour. The Eugene Neville home, which had been in quarantine, was released Saturday. Lewis Neville had scarlet fever. 'Dr. and Mrs. P. 0. Dorweiler, of West Bend, were Sunday guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hutchison. Madonna Quinn recently began work at the Chrischilles & Herbst house sales of dressed chickens at Cedar FansaSn next year soon They have nearly $1 200 in- "Sg."^^^"^^, vested Jn equipment, and if they Ne b.. arrived yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. John Laing two weeks. Mrs. Laing will then accompany left for Mrs. Margaret Gilchrlst, Tracy, store. She is employed dry goods department. in the Robert Harrington, who is soon to be graduated from the State University College, of Law, spent the week-end at home. Mesdames Thos. Clarke, Charles Thatcher, and Greg, all of West Bend, were callers last Thursday on Mrs. F. A. M. Frost. •Mary Merrill, Bancroft registered nurse, spent last week Wednesday afternoon with Lucile Kunz at Doctor Cretzmeyer's office. C. R. La Barre, E. C. Hancher, H. E. Rist, and A. E. Michel are in northern Minnesota this week, endeavoring to persuade fish to bite. >DrusUla Caughlin resumed work at the Paine & Sorensen drug store last Thursday. She was employed at the store before the fire last winter. 'Bernadine Barnes went to Rolfe Friday for a week with her parents. She is a registered nurse and lives wi-th her sister, Mrs. George Elbert. Kate Skinner, who will teach English in the Fort podge high school next year, plans to spend the whole summer attending summer school at Iowa City. The IPaul Laidleys, Estherville, spent Sunday with the H. M. Vin- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Belloch were T. C. Sherman is able to be . in the left half of his body a few months ago and is obliged to use a cane. After he was stricken he gave up the receivership of a closed bank at Traer. Evelyn Van Allen and Zora v"**'iu\su, *jui a live her grandfather, E. P. Keith. The Roger Sanders family, of Charles City, and George Grigsby, Mason City, spent Sunday with Roger's mother, City Librarian Lura Sanders. Roger and Mr. Grigsby are partners in the Ice cream manufacturing business. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby returned Monday from Clear Lake where they had They stayed over- and Hampton, spent Sunday. _„„„ _,„„ „__ night at their cottage near Algona beach, Clear Lake. The Lusbys are making improvements on the cottage. County Auditor Butler, Treasurer Duffy, and Clerk McEvoy were at Des Moines Monday, attending meetings of county officers who consider the recent salary cuts too drastic and hope to obtain relief at the August special session of the legislature. IDonald Cook, one of this year's high school graduates, already has a job. For the last three years he has worked out of school hours at the local Council Oak stores, and as soon as school closes he will go to Spencer to work in another Council Oak store. (Mayor and Mrs. Specht, -Victor Tripp, Mrs. Henry Smith, Mrs. Harvey Coleman, and Mrs. Addie Seymour were at Lakota last Thursday, attending the funeral of C. R. Smith, merchant who committed suicide last week by shooting himself in the head. Mrs. Ann Fechner and Mrs. Hattie Phillips were Sunday guests of the John Falks, Titonka. Mrs. Fechner and Mrs. Falk are sisters and daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Osterbauer, Algona. Mrs. Fechner operates the Elite hat shop, and Mrs. Phillips is her assistant. Mrs. J. E. Raymond, Le Sueur, Minn., and her son Albert were here Sunday, guests of the former's sister, Mrs. W. C. Dewel. Mrs. D. E. Dewel and her daughter Mar- Jorie went to Le Sueur with them for a visit of a few days. Albert is employed in a canning factory. Mr. and- Mrs. Oliver Moe have moved into their new brick home on east Oak street, recently completed by Miller Bros. The former Moe home on'south Minnesota is now occupied .by the C. H. Swansons, late of Harlan. Mr. Swanson is the new A. & P. manager here. Mrs. W. L. Whitney spent from last week Wednesday till Sunday with her son Howard, St. Paul, and relatives at Medford, Minn. Howard is sales and advertising man- Di/cjiu ouiiua^ wiui tile in. ivi. vm- ~ •" «***^^ miu auvci biom& uiuii- sons and Paul's mother, Mrs. Agnes a ser for a wax paper company. Mr Laidley. Mrs. Vinson is a sister of Whitney drove, to MedCord for Mrs Paul, who is a linotypist. Whitney, and they, got home Sun- Mildred De Graw, who teaches primary at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. De Graw. She will teach hope to make a good profit next : year. With other jobs scarfce, they ! have created jobs of their own. 30 TO RECEIVE 1ST COMMUJON SUNDAY At St. Cecelia's Catholic church next Sunday morning at the 8 o'clock mass the second grade children In the academy will receive their first holy communion. The school choir will sing, and Father T. J. Davern will deliver a special sermon for the children and their parents. Following are the children: Phyllis Walker, Mary Lamuth, Ruth Harmann, Rosemary Stebrltz, Barbara Koblinga, Margaret Valentine, Katherine Lee Carey, Helen Winkel, Marjorie Kinch, Marie Erpelding .Lavina Yondal, Coleen Devine, Betty Stoofel, June Moe, Cecelia Miller. Patty Jean MeMurray, Camilla Frankl, Dean Kohlhaas, Billy Godden, 1 Elmer Stebrltz, Russell and James. Mahpriey, Mark Scheme!, Donald Jackson, Francis "--'--Nicholas Wagner, Walter William Kohl, Donald) Lawrence Weir. 4 'am Per 25c Hammer her to Grand Island for a visit. Mrs. Dore Freeh and her baby daughter spent the first of the week with relatives at Swea City. The Freches operate a popcorn canteen at the K. C. bank corner. Eugene Neville returned recently from Kansas City, Mo., where he spent several days with Mrs. Neville, who Is in a sanitarium there. She is expected home in a few „„„. „-,„„.-, Sioux Falls, spent last week with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt. He was en route to Indianola to work for another uncle, Ted Walters, a weeks. Jos. Rogers, Becker, Pfeffer, McGuiire, Capesius, second. dier. Academy Pupils .in Declamatory Tilt Last Week A declamatory contest at St. Cecelia's academy last week Tuesday night was well attended: Twelve pupils took part: three freshmen, three sophomores, three juniors, and three seniors. Decisions were: Oratorical—Ctonald Frankl, first, What Think Ye of Christ; Irene n,, ;,„„!„„ c°»ond. Unknown Sol- »,.,.«,.„«. '—. Margaret Nelson, first,' 'J|ickey's Marker; Catherine Oeim, second, White Hands of Tel- lam, • , (Humorous — Gertrude Zenaer, lirst, A Young Man's Fancy; Loren Courtney, second, Tommy Stearns Scrubs Up. . _ judges were L. A. Winkel, Bve- yn Bode, and Helen McEnroe. Fenton Doctor Also Stolen Car Victim Dr. J. T. Waite, Fenton veterinarian, is another Kossuth victim of the stolen car racket. He bought a Chevrolet sport coupe at Fair- Dave mont, the salesman 'being -._.(Lynch, but last week Sheriff Dahl- faauser had to take it away from Mm on a replevin suit brought by he Aetna insurance company. The petition said the car was stolen. 'rom one Morris Small, Chicago. The company paid theft insurance and took a bill of sale covering the car. Through. Stum way & Kelly, attoraeys, the company asks WOO damages fron * Doctor Waite for retention p| ttw car after demand. farmer. 'Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Laird, Sioux Falls, and a son were here last week-end to visit the Doctor's mother, Mrs. Ella Laird, and Mrs. Laird's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Guderian, of Minneapolis, came last Saturday for an over-Sunday visit with his brother Henry. Milo conducts an eating house and lunch room in Minneapolis. Perry 1 White' arrived yesterday from Washington, D. C., where he had spent the'last year. He .attended George Washington university till early in 1933. He is studying accounting. Mrs. C. A. Merrlfield and her sister, Mrs. J. M. Hardgrove, went to Austin, Minn., Tuesday for a few days with their brother, Lyle Mathes, who has been seriously sick with the mumps. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon and the latter's mother. Mrs. F. A. M. Frost, were Mothers day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Maxwell, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Maxwell is also a daughter of Mrs. Frost. H. R. Rosewall, of Blue Earth, brought his wife 'and sons Charles and Richard here Friday for a visit till Sunday with his-mother, Mrs. Charles Rosewall, and returned Sunday to take them. home. Clem Erlander, Minneapolis, went home Monday, after several days with Russell B. Waller, of the Upper Des Moines. He is in the advertising department of the Donaldson store at Minneapolis. H. D. Clapsaddle has installed gasoline pumps at the curb on the south side of his tire and service station, which is now located in the south end of the former Dickinson building west of the courthouse. Mr and Mrs. L. M. Owen, returned a week ago from another jaun.t into northern Wisconsin. Near Rhinelander they found snow three inches deep. There was no vegetation yet in that part of the country. Jos. Auner, now with the investment department of the Bankers Life at Des Moines, stopped here briefly Friday. He was making a trip to inspect some of the company's farms in northern Iowa. *The new Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg Ayas baptised by the Rev. P. J. Braner at the Evangelical Lutheran church Sunday. She was nained (Layowne iFrances. day night. -Mrs. J. D. Burns, son James Robert, and daughter Ruth Ann have been at Dallas Center since last week Wednesday, guests ol Mrs. Burns' sister, Mrs. R. A. Burrows. Mrr^Burns and Mrs. C. C Wright, mother of Mrs. Burns, took them down and will go back for them this week-end. Alice White, Berkeley, Calif., arrived Friday for a visit till August with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C S. Johnson. Her parents met her at Omaha last Thursday. She has not been home before in three years. Alice is attending the University of California and specializing in dramatic art.' Antone Jergensen, of the First ward, has for some weeks been afflicted with shingles, and • for a week with obstruction of the bowels also. He was reported In critical condition Monday. Because of his age and weakness no operation for relief of the bowel obstruction has been performed. Mrs. Clara Dalton received word recently that Dr. and Mrs. Burr Dalton, Shanghai, China, had become parents of their first child, a daughter, Patricia, born April 5. The Daltons have been in China a year, and the Doctor is In the U, S. navy. This is the first grandchild for Mrs. Dalton. Burr's wife was a Minneapolis girl. (Last -week's- Emmetsburg Tribune said; Mr. and. Mrs. : E. JST. Taylor, Algona, and Mrs. Taylor's mother,--Mrs. Ella Patterson, Blue Earth, were Emmetsburg visitors Saturday. Mrs. Patterson is spending some time with her children at Algona' and' Curlew. She makes Special Prices — on—PERMANENT WAVES Like everything else the cost of permanent wave supplies is going up. Take advantage now of these special prices— Regular Naivette $5 wave at __-_„_.: $8.90 The new Nestoil wave, special for dry hair _$8,90 Modernistic wave $8.50 BANCROFT Beauty Shop Above Kennedy Store. JESSIE STEBR1TZ Phone 54 METHODIST, C. V. Hulse, Pastor—.The pastor and the Rev. 8. M. Gladstone, pastor of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church, will exchange pulpits next Sunday morning . . A district conference was held Monday at Emmetsburg and Tuesday at Garner. Between 45 and 60 ministers attended, also laymen... The Young Married Folks S S class will hold a monthly fellowship social at the church tomorrow evening. This is a large lively group growing fast, and all who wish to be thus classified win he welcomed. «,l» A n AI J ENE ' A< W> an(l Hft!! «I '«•• win, Pastors—Everyone who loves God and believes His Word will enjoy the services where His Word Is preached and His presence manifest Come and enjoy the services with us next Sunday . . . Sunday Bible school, 9:45 a. m., with teachers interested in the salva- ?? °, f , every soul - Morning worship, 11; theme, Jesus Christ the Son of God. Evening service, 7-30- theme, The Promise of the Father. BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hueser, Pastor—The pastor will preach the baccalaureate sermon next Sunday night, and special music will be furnished by the Baptist string orchestra and woman's chorus. This will be a union service . . . Morning worship, 11 a. m.; Young People's Union, 7 p. m. Prayer and Bible study class every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.; Confidence Builder class Wednesdays at 8:30 p. m. TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN, P. J. Braner, Pastor—Next Sunday: Sunday school and Bible class, 9:30 a. m.; German service 10 ... A festival service will be conducted next week Thursday, Ascension day, at 10 o'clock . . . Choir practice Wednesday evenings at 8. Sunday school teachers' meeting tomorrow evening . . . bur annual mission festival will be celebrated two weeks from next Sunday. FIRST LUTHERAN, M. A. Sjostrand, Pastor—The bazaar workers meet tomorrow "afternoon at Mrs. George Miller's. The Confirmation class meets Saturday morning, 9:30, at Luther hall. Sunday school next Sunday, 10 a. m. No church services. We urge our members to attend baccalaureate services Sunday evening at the high school auditorium. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL, Louis Denninghoff, M. Th., R*ctor—Ro- gation Sunday: church school, 9:30 a. m.; morning prayer and sermon, 10:30. her home with her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Grier, Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Horn, Seattle, and their two children were over Saturday night, guests of Mrs. I. G. Dewel and Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. Mrs. Horn is Mrs. Dewel's granddaughter, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Keith, Casper, Wyo. The Horns were en route to Virginia for a month with Mr. Horn's people. Mr..Horn is a Firestone tire salesman. Consuelo Hanna, iLu Verne, only woman Justice of the peace in this section of Iowa, if not in the whole state, drove to Algona on a business mission last Thursday, and was accompanied by her brother, W. Scott Hauna. Mr. Hanna has not been well in recent months, but many friends who greeted him while he was here were surprised to find him looking about as 'usual. Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Closson, Mason City, are parents of a son, born Friday, named David Eugene. The Clossoris have one other boy, Wilbur, two years old. Mrs. Closson, the former Ida Hertig, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hertig, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Hertig, daughter Janet, and the A. Victor Hertigs were Sunday guests of the Clossons. Mr. Closson is employed in a meat market. The following mention has been taken from John Guderian's Kanawha Reporter: "Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Huff, Plum Creek, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Huff's sister, .Mrs. G. L. Benschoter. Mr. Huff will be remembered here as a former assistant at the North Iowa Grain Co. elevator, and he Is now manager of the farmers elevator at Plum Creek, a point three miles north of Algona." Mrs. Lee Stillman, Gary, Ind., arrived last Thursday to visit the H. M. Vinsons. She is Mr. Vinson's sister and was Helen Vinson. The Vinsons took her to Spencer Sun- clay for a week with her father, John M. Vinson. She will return next Sunday for several days before going to Gowrie to visit Mr. Stlllman's parents. She came as far as Rockwell City with a friend and will go home the same way. Mr. Stillmaa is an engineer for an oil refining company. Will Run Beer. Truck. C. E. Haxton, former Paine & Sorensen clerk here, has resigned as pharmacist for an Emmetsburg drug store, and will operate a beer truck in Palo Alto and Emmet counties. He will continue to make his home at Emmetsburg. Drys Hear Judge Lovrein. Judge Lovrein, formerly of Humboldt, now practicing law at Spencer, addressed the dry convention at Emmetsburg last week Monday. Charles Duhigg, Emmets-burg, father Of Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Algona, spoke at the wet convention. Harrington (Continued from page 1.) the most prominent members of the house. He was chairman of the judiciary committee and had charge of historic proceedings against Governor Harding. The Algona Kiwanls club was organized by Mr. Harrington, and he served two terms as Its first president. He was for 30 years prominent in the affairs of the Congregational church. At one time or another he held many local offices of a public or semi-public nature. He was a prominent Pythian in the order's hey day here, and was a Mason. He served on the council, was still secretary of the library board at death, and served as county fair secretary. He also served on the city council, was a frequent and polished public speaker, and as a lawyer stood In the frfint rank PAGE SBVBft •••^•••i before both court and Jury. Married hi 1900. On October 1, 1902, Mr. Harrington was married to May Johnson, Algona, who, with two children,Robert and Bernlce, survives, it/os* of an elder son, .Howard, In 1926 was a crushing blow from whlchl Mr. Harrington never recovered. Besides Mrs. Harrington and thai children, three sisters and a brother survive: Mrs. Mary Scott, Warren, 111.; Mrs. Nellie Kelly, Wendell, Minn.; F. P. Harrington, Chla- holm, Minn.; and Mrs. Maggie Braden, Dows. Sjostriind to Speak. The Rev. M. A. Sjostrand, pastor 1 of the First .Lutheran church, Algona, and the Bancroft Lutheran church, will be Memorial dajf speaker at Bancroft. Scarlet Feyer Quarantine. The Nick Maharas home was quarantined Tuesday morning for scarlet fever. The two younger, children,, 5. and 3, have the disease. REMEMBER WHEN CHANGING •the address of your Advance to give us your old address as well as the new. R 0 p FORTHEGRflDUffTE GIFTS MOST DESIRED DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY Gruen, Elgin, and Hamilton Watches Sheaffer Life-Time Pens _ and Pencil Sets A,H,BORCHARDT Drugs and Jewelry. Thursday, Friday, May 18 and 19 Central Airport Richard Barthelmess In an air- love picture that bests the Dawn Patrol. With SALLY EILEB& and TOM BROWN SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION Roosevelt The Man of the Hour Saturday, May 20 BIG DOUBLE SHOW Girl Missing BEN LTON MART BRIAN GLENDA FARRELL Bride stolen from bed on her wedding night! See this one! —Also— Lucky Devils BILL BOYD, DOROTHY WILSON and Hollywood Stunt Men Sunday, May 21 BETTE DAVIS IX-LADY 1 She wanted to wear .' a wedding ring—on certain nights. A real hit. Monday and Tuesday, May 22.21 Who wears the pants In your familyl * It thh what w«'ra coming to whm wofMn rule the roort? ^^^^oin«Hbin«- *' toFoth«r/ ' THE UJflRRIOffS HUSBfiND "~ with ELISSALANDI Marlorlc Rambcau Ernest Tru«x David Manners A Jtm L. 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