Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1933 · Page 3
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KO88XJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AtflOKA, IOWA Former Farm Woman Near Ledyard Dies Iffl Junuct »•«•— •* BJsle graduated tv high 86hool in £e"competed a "!!„ Businea* col- Harold Was i City High In •attended a , uw college in ' He Is a 80n Ol '' Srtlliam Evans. Mrs. i of Neal 8mt*h, me 4th at home. Bruce from Branch, southern Hutchlnson, trom Russell Peterson , from Rochester, Minn. did not come Stockman spent his. B tS I twin Cities. He UtWlnona. , July 11— A number trom town attended- the funeral of Mrs. William Hall at Swea City a week ago Monday. The Malls lived northwest of here for many years and were well known. Julia Ann Summer Hall Was born June 5, 1860 at iRock Island, 111., and died July 1, With cancer. She Is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Florence Kelley and Mrs. Bessie Westcott, Lockhart, Minn., two sons, Bert and Floyd of Fairmont, and three slaters and a brother. Burial made in the Harrison township cemetery. Flan Trip to World's Fair- Mrs. Barbara Soltow loft last week Wednesday for Algona after several days visit at J. W. Hart shorn's and with other friends. Mrs. Soltow is an old resident ol 19 years ago. Her home is now with her son at Wilmington, Dela (Her daughter Deva is a teacher in the iFort Dodge school. She plans to visit there, and Deva will ac company her to Chicago to atteru the , world's fair and from ther she leaves for Delaware. Visitors Here Entertained— Saturday Mrs. Clifton Engelbj entertained Frank Campbell, He bron, 111., iMr. and Mrs. Floyd Voss, •Lake Geneva, Wis., the iFloyd t of town; 'Mrs. Arthur O'Connor town, died Thursday l trouble. Evelyn, In last year, had been . Her parents took ion camp near Rochester after a -day furlough here. The band gave its third concert aturday and Mrs. Harriett Matzner treated the players to an Ice ream cone. Mrs. M. K. Sperry, Renwick, and iVillis and Lou Ann, visited at D. A. Carpenter's Friday and Satur- lay. Albert Same's niece, Mrs. Rattiff, of Chicago, and daughter Jean islted here last week. Frank Junkins and Mildred Adams, Omaha, visited at Clifton Engelby's over Sunday. The Fred Darnells took his sister, Mrs. Gertie Black, to Des Moines Saturday. Anna Lagemann left Friday for Minneapolis after five weeks with her parents. The Methodist Sunday school picnic will be held at Interlakeiv Thursday. Mrs. A. E. Laurltzen and Jerry PASTOR WEDS LAKOTA PAIR ON VACATION Lakota, July 11—Lydla Tapper, Titonka, and Everett, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. .Rlppentrop, southwest of town, drove to Twin Lakes June 28 and were married by the Rev. 0. H. Frerking at their cottage. A short honeymoon was spent at the lakes and Fort Dodge. By- erett has been working for Charles Outknecht, but his brother Joe will take his place there, and Everett and his bride will make their home with his parents. Everett will take Joe's place working for his father. Pastor's Brothers In Visit- Paul and Edward Johnson came last Thursday for a visit with their brother, the Rev. Frank Johnson ^Edward left Saturday for a visit at Milford, but Paul is making a longer visit here. Both young men. Tree Felled In Storm Hits Irvington House \ returned Saturday after a week at Klemme. The W. F. M. S. meets Friday at the church with Mrs. Joe Mayne, hostess. Born July 1 to the Art Country- mans, a boy. This is their fourth child. are on vacation, Paul from Oar "rett university, Chicago, and Or Edward from his work in a govern ment They hospital at have been •Poplar, Mont visiting, the! father, J. U. Johnson, at Kanahwa. tot Campbell's, Harold Aldbrlghts, and fid Campbells, all of Seneca, and the iLeon Wordens. Sunday the Leon Wordens entertained the group. Two Baseball Games Won—The local ball team defeated Thompson here 6-5 Sunday. Moulton pitched the first six Innings and Johnson the last, with Carpenter and Moulton catching. The local Tigers played at Stevens the same day and won 1-0 with Zielske and Miller the battery. Three Home from World's 'Fair— The world's fair visitors A. E iLaurltzen, 'D. A. Carpenter and Harold Herzog returned late Frl „„„„ „ .......... „ - day. They also attended the All .torinted the. directories. gt a r league ball game Thursday * . l.wn*tf_ ' •*•*-._... AlA v.nt wAtiiim -nrltl Lmwa City several times. k S ce s were held In the J Catholic church Satur- I burial was made In the ' there. , BookTlBBued— . exchange ot the Iowa foelephone company.Satur- I new directories. The Hat U Is *ery "Me smaller ier years, being one ot (or small towns. The „-„„.! their own lines, pay- tinnual switching tees. The ttormer Lwillls Dyer did not return with ' to Wisconsin to Robert Rosennu Is Married— Robert, youngest son of Irvington, July 11—A large cottonwood tree uprooted at A. • Buterfield's farm in the windstorm a week ago last Saturday night, __ __ _ ell against the house, crushing a Around part of the roof and breaking the allure. iding open in spots. The Butter- ields were at Algona at the time. The Butterfield barn was also damaged, though not badly. Eleven window panes were broken by hall at Tony Sorenson's. Many large rees were blown down on the Ridge road. IHTrs. Potter Tells of Trip- Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, recently spent a few days 'at O. L Miler's again, and told them of her recent trip to Detroit to attem supreme convention of the Roya Neighbors. She traveled In her own car, accompanied toy women friends Leaving Detroit they motored to Niagara Falls, thence into Canada then back to the U. S. and down into Kentucky. Hal-resting Has Begun Here- Harvesting started in earnes Monday. Many farmers started lat last week. Some, due to the recen hailstorm, will not harvest. In som o Macon, 111., Friday ,to bring the Forbus Stiltz family back to Irv- ngton Monday. The Stiltzes think ;he crops here look extra good. Around Macon they are a complete Mrs. Mrs. Albert West was very ill M £y Roseau trTd Anna -Colburn, ast week and under Dr. Devlne's L £ Iryon Mountaln , Mich., were'mar- are. T, i T.. . *, ^ M ™ ,i ried June 24 at the "Lutheran •Born to Mr. and Mrs Cecil Pln g e nurch ln Iron Mountaln . Robe rt, July 1 a boy. This is their first workg Ior the inlno i s Te i epho ne I I U,,,,, . T, .,.,, v Co. in Chicago, and his bride is Janice Wl Hams, of Redding, has L Bradua te nurse. They were at- been elected 6th grade teacher. tended by Linnea Carlson and Her- Marjorie Matzener returned Sat- man AaldrekSi son ot Mr . and M rs. William Aaldreks, 'Lakota. Herman now lives in Chicago. urday from a week at Algona. Lakota instances oat fields have bee plowed under and planted to corn for fodder. Some fields not damaged much by the storm have been cut with mowers, and the oats used for hay, being too short to be cut with a binder. Terhnnes Visit Storm District- Mr, and Mrs. Ben Terhune drove to the Gait Sunday to see damage I done by a recent windstorm. They found entire groves demolished and The Henry Loflngs and the John Aborhearts, Mason City, were Fourth visitors at A. McLean's. Mrs. P. W. Grobe went to Mason City with them for a several days visit. The Frank .Dltsworths, Mrs. Mary Harness, and Jacob Maasdam cele-* >rated the Fourth with the John Dltsworths, west of Algona. The Aid meets this week Thursday at the church; hostesses, Mesdames V. J. Qchichtl and M. L. Roney. Josephine Lee, who works at Webster City, has .been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee. Mrs. Blanche Scott, Eagle Grove, recently spent several days with her cousin, Mrs. Charles Saukey. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bedell, St. Paul, arrived on a business visit Monday and went back Tuesday. The Henry Scheppmans attended a Sunday school .picnic* at Burt, Sunday. , PAQBTHMBI STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF Iowa State Bank organized under the laws of Iowa, located at Algona, in the county of Kossuth, at the close of business on the 30th day of June, A. D. 1933. ' RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Securities ........................ ___ Stock of Federal Reserve Bank -----Banking House ------- ............. Furniture and Fixtures ------------Due from banks and bankers, cash and cash items _______________________ 15,000.00 €,500 $1,362,246.30 3,000.00 21300.00 386,941.16 Swea City | Visitor's Farm Home Burns- I buildings, windmills, Mrs*. Johnson, Spencer, who has pletely wrecked. etc., com- The William McArthurs, who visited Mrs. McArthur's parents he William McAninch's, start d for their home in (Los Angele Monday. Mrs. Leonard Peterson and son Ronald spent last week in Algon t the home of her parents, th Verne Wilsons. ,Goto Camp— _ .TtWu, ,<« »* ~ Boy Scouts left Monday vlslt re i a tives. dor the Okobojis. They in the Methodist camp 160 at Methodist AM— The Rev. G. K. McDowell The Methodist Aid met Thurs- _ ,1 . A. 1.1 _ «st.n*t * ' »1_1_'' •»•__ Stl. n«1 nn iU.l 1 ^ft*'t - tT „,, „ . „ _ TT _, been visiting her son Harvey while The Rev. and Mrs. O.^H. Frer- hjg famll js vlsitlrig relatives and king and Norman came home Fri- attending tne fair at Chicago, re- day after two wteks at Twin Lakes. celyed wor<J gund mornlng tha t Their daughter and husband, the thfi houge on her farm near Owa . Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena, Jes- to Mlnn , burned Sa t U rday sup, also spent their vacation w th nlght ghe ]eft for there Sunday the Frerkings, and came home with to i ook at ter insurance and arrang- them, but left tor home Saturday. . for a dweUing f or the renters. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussmani . took his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. Acorn ci u b Holds Wcnlc— D. Mussman to Sheffield a week The Acorn C I UD and families go Sunday for a two weeks visit wen t to Spirit Lake last Thursday 1th their daughter, Mrs. Dow, and and spent t h e day with headquar- ith anotlier daughter, Mrs. Kemp, te rs at the Dreesman cottage. They of the boys this year, ..or G. R. Siemens went i boys and helped set up Brlde- Rowell, daughter of Mr. Thomas Rowell, and Ed- llunn were married last -week by in Blue Earth. 'Edward is Tof Mrs. Henry Wylie, who r lived south of town, now strong. ' ' . • |fir Yeteron Dies— rew Brones,. 88, died Satur- the home 'of his son Jay sin Eagle township. He -lived all his life in Forest City, i the last remaining Civil Iteteran in Martin county. t Frolic Is Booked— fc.Leglon has decided to hold fillc here August 2 .and 3. Two have been booked ' and a |rjdance, ball game, and other be held. Cltrans Win Twice- City baseball boys won |games July 4. They won from 1,11-1; and from Armstrong, games were played at I'sPark. t . Uo Gravel Streets-r ! council bought 30 loads ot I from j, Schuler to put on [streets in the most needed i, . . Other Swea City. f McDowell, Bernice Smith, fine and Prances Thomson, 'arles Hutchlnson are .attehd- i Epworth League Institute Okobojls this week. Mrs, • McDowell is the chaperone [year. . • Clinton Vaux and daughter ice Marie, of Mt. Vernon, . is visiting friends here tor veeks. Clinton may come f and they will go to the "ifair. and Mrs. John Young, son ana daughter Lela, visited II nays last week at William man's in Wisconsin. Mrs, is a daughter of the Frank Thomson, Mrs. «son, and Mrs. Chris B'ec.k »ined the Methodist Aid 'last Wednesday. Mrs. -George '"save the lesson on Hannah. ™ was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ifaczskowski, Eagle township, *. They now have 1 eight lone daughter, hiL McNeil ' s Brother from "Mton.jg visiting - " ^ day with Mrs. Charles Hllferty, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Jack Welfare, with 60 present, and a collection of $7.94 taken. The next meeting, July 20, will be a picnic with (Mrs. iEd Campbell, near Seneca. Ice Cream Social Planned— The Methodist Aid will hold a home-made ice cream social in the vacant lot between Jess Q'Keefe's barber shop and the drug store Saturday night. Pie and coffee will also be served. Bible School Begins Monday— The Methodist daily vacation Bible school begins Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Teachers are Mesdames YShnke, Barrett, Mayer and Johnson. Girl Breaks Collar Bone— . iBeulah Looft fell last week Wed nesday evening while playing ant broke her collar 'bone. Dr. Devin set the break and its healing nicely Other Ledyard News. Frances Yahnke went to Buffal iDr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray and ed a p j cn i c . g 0 me of the men went Dennis went to Des Moines Satur- }n tn e forenoon and some went in lay to see the baby girl born to the a ft er noon and spent the eve- Mr, and Mrs. Ray Murray a week nlng ji s hing. This is the last club ago at the Methodist hospital. Ray niee tjg till September, and H. H. are brothers. Virginia and Bobby Thaves of shingling Bee Is Held— liceville. took dinner and supper and enjoy- Center last week Wednesday an her grandmother took her to Dr. Rusk at Rake. Frances had the whooping cough and does not seem to gain as she should. The Re,v, Mr. Johnson's brother, Paul who was pastor here during the former's recent illness, accompanied them to church Sunday. They were all dinner guests at R M P rs T. S A! Barrett received word last week that her parents, the Charles Raneys, Livermore, were quarantined for scarlet fever. Her H . ,,i i 4.1,^ Htaoacp and Burt went home a week ago Sun- lay after a week with their aunts, Erma and Louise Thaves. Another nephew, Stuart, spent last week here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kliest, Newton, came recently and took their aunt Henrietta Kliest to Garner to visit the Henry Schmltts. Miss Kliest is still in poor health but is recovering. Mrs. A. I. Smith and Mrs. Harry Moe went to Albert Lea Saturday and brought home Mr. Moe, who has been working on a run out of Albert Lea. The 'Henry Beckers, Easton, Minnesota, visited at P. L. Koppen's last week Wednesday. Mrs. Becker and P. L. Koppen are cousins. The Ledyard Loyal Laborers 4-H club will sponsor an ice cream social at the Frank Lewis home Friday evening. Thomas Guernsey, Los Angeles, Calif., is visiting his uncle, W. E. Ley. Thomas is a son of Wills sister, Pearl. birthday. BiBter"Brth has the disease, and is recovering, . The L. W. Wiemers drove to OK- oboii last week Wednesday and their son Bill and Janice Williams returned with them, having spent ^.TSWr-SMttss —WB.'WSSsS Tom ChlUon to Rochester. Irvington, July HI—Tom Chilton was taken to Rochester Sunday for hospital treatment and.a probable operation. He has been suffering from ulcers of the stomach for years, and complications recently set In Dr. F. C. Scarilon, who took him to Rochester, • says examination there had not yet been made when he left. - , An old-fashioned shingling bee was held Friday when a number of men went to the Methodist parsonage and reshingled the roof. The women served dinner to the workers in the church dining room and also lunch in the afternoon. The work was finished late that afternoon. Vacationists Return Home-^Mrs. Julia Wortman and Gertrude Wortman, who have been visiting in Illinois and Iowa for two weeks came home Saturday. Tillie Dittmer, Galena, '111., a cousin of Mrs. Wortman came home with them and make an extended visit with relatives. . Produce Station Is Closed— The Swea City Produce closed Its station here June 30. Sid Lindsay has operated the station for years. Plans are under way lor another Forest City station in the jullding formerly used as a hatchery. Finn White Cross Meeting— . Mrs. J. E. Wortman will entertain the Presbyterian Missionary 0. L. Miller loses Mare— i O. L. Miller lost a good mare Monday. She was in a pasture with her colt, and was discovered dead cause unknown. . Other Irrlngton. The Roy Blythes, Chicago, and Mrs. Nina Blythe, who had been vacationing several days at Arthur Blythe's, Wahkon, Minn., arrived at the Schichtl home last Thurs day, and left for Chicago Satur day, except Wendell, eldest son o Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blythe, who re mained with his grandmother, Mrs V. J. Schichtl, for the rest ot th summer. In Minnesota the Blythe visited the Fred Andrews family a Staples, and found Mrs. Andrews who had been having neuritis, no yet .fully recovered.' William Petticord, near iRodmai recently visited at the Ted Harr's and A. McLean's. The Petticords formerly lived on the farm where Total Resources _ LIABILITD3S Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided profits (after deducting expenses) Reserved for purchase of stock in Federal Deposit Insurance Corpor ation Deposits due to banks and bankers on demand Individual deposits subject to check Savings deposits Time certificates of deposit Demand certificates, certified phecks, cashier's checks and unpaid dividends Postal Savings deposits : 60,000.00 50,000.00 19,260.72 100,000.00 4,000.00 23,200.72 41,296,18 I,085,796.a7 37.496.38 70,244.34 12,369.78 392,282.79 1,639,486.74 $1,762,686.46 the Ralph Lees are. Mr. Petticord has been making his home with a nephew since the death of his wife. The Rev. A. English preached' a request sermon Sunday on, "Is the World Getting Better or Worse?" He read the Third Chapter of 2nd Timothy. The congregational scripture reading this week is the 15th chapter of John. •Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch drove TELLS HOW SHE LOST 15 LBS.W FAT Rheumatism Gone Too Here is a woman who was rapidly putting on weight and who was troubled with rheumatism ;too. Read her letter: "J started taking Kruschen Salts because of the good it had done for a friend of mine who .had been crippled with rheumatism. At the end of the second bottle I was weighed and find I am now only 148 pounds (original weight 163 Ibs.), at which I am so pleased. But I have 'also felt my rheumatism much less, which has been so troublesome in my knees. I must say I think Kruschen a splendid weight reducer." (Miss) E. L. P. Overweight and rheumatic poisoning often go together. The six Total Liabilities STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH,COUNTY, SS. We, R. H. Miller, President; H. R. Cowan and N. A. Smith, Vice Presidents; «. L. Gllmore, Cashier; and F. L. McMahon, Asst. Cashier of the bank above named, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is full, true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. R. H. MILLER, President (Bank Seal) H. R. COWAN and N. A. SMITH, Vice Presidents H. L. GILMORE, Cashier F. L. McMAHON, Asst. Cashier Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence by R. H. Miller, H. R. Cowan, N. A. Smith, H. L. Gihnore, and F. L. Mc- Mahoh, this 8th day of July, 1933. (Notarial Seal) LOUISE MAGNUSON Notary Public in and for Kossuth County Attested by John Frank!, M. P. Haggard, iL. E. Linnan, J. 'C. Mawdsley, J. F. Overmyer, Directors. salts in Kruschen assist internal organs to perform their functions properly—little by little that ugly fat goes; 'slowly, yes—'but surely. You feel wonderfully healthy, youthful and energetic—more so than ever before in your life! Kruschen Salts is obtainable at E. W. Lusby's—a Jar lasts four weeks and costs not more than 85c. REPORT OF AFFILIATE OTHER THAN HOLDING COMPANY AFFILIATE Report- of Algona Cattle Loan Company, Algona, Iowa, which, under the terms of the Banking Act of 1933, is an affiliate ot Iowa State Bank of Algona, Iowa. (F, R. Dist. No. 7).. This report is made in compliance with the requirements of the Banking Act ot 1933. •Balance sheet of affiliate as : of June 30, 1933 ASSETS U. S. Bonds -*--— nO,000.00, LIABILITIES Capital Stock «#~- HO.000.00 The following statement shows the character of business of the above-named affiliate, and discloses fully its relations with the above-named bank: t . Cattle loans in season. ~, The five directors of the 'Algona Cattle (Loan Company are Directors of the Iowa- State Bank, Algona, Iowa.. . I R. H. Miller, Vice President of Algona Cattle Loan Company, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best ot my knowledge and belief. ^....TT™, R. H. MILLER. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of July, 1933. ANNA BUSS, Notary Public society Thursday at the church This will be.White Cross meeting, and Gertrude Wortman will have charge 1 of a musical program. Other Lakota News. The Birthday club had a party a week- ago Friday for Mrs. August Gutknecht, in honor ot her MORE MILEAGE at no Extra . Fourth at Lake Ithasca, Hibblng ^Mv^Gus Neuenfeldt and the Floyd Barhites, Alden, came Sat- wrday to visit at Howard Maynes wra They 'brought Edith Logan Home Arrant Abbott, Mrs. Norma er Leon came and Ace Warner • last sister DO YOUNG PEOPLE INSURE? ^BECAUSE it u'goo* for them to learn how to save tnoney. ''< BECAUSE they can tie JthemBelres to a definite payment each-year. ' B BCAUSB it is the easiest way to lay aside a little money and get something tor it. ' ' ., „,„ l». BECAUSE ins H rance Js cheaper for them now than it wm ever be again. *• BECAUSE they can borrow on their policies (after 2 or i years, depending upon the contract), without Having bother friends or others.- , BECAUSE banks, firms »»d individuals are favorably^ impressed by young ppoplTwlio own life insurince. It often toms the basis of business 'credit and is always a goou recommendation. I 7 -BECAUSE they shoi^ get their Insurance well started be- 'ore marriage when financial obligations increase. *• BECAUSE they are probably in 890d health and can pass a medical examination. • ' , . 9 -fiECAUSB they will feel happier knowing that cash will g Payable to their parents orBothers if they ^ ere to dle ' w to themselves if they live. •'5BOAUSE cwrytag }jfe j^swwjce a young person a real beginning fyr success la We. RAPIDS LIFE INSURANCE CO, Last Chance July will be your last chance at depression prices. Shoes have advanced on the average of about 40c a pair with another raise m sight ' for August 1st. , Rubber footwear has gone up 20 to $5%. Cotton goods have* gone crazy. NOW DO NOT GET EXCITED Neville's Shoe Store took time by the fnrftlock and have plenty of merchandise bougW at old P rices P We have about $15000 worth on hand and $5000 worth on contract vet to be delivered at old prices, My policy all through life has b'een to sell as I buy. When we find a bargain ™ hand you a baSn When I make a good buy I hand 4 myTustomers a good buy. I believe it pays S do so.'It keeps business rolling and that is what I like. • . I am going to make July the biggest month of thi! year. Selling this splend d new stock of shoes and furnishings at old nrires will surely do" the work. You will Sever buy goods so cheap again. Many of our prices on shoes are less than the present wholesale price. I bought them for less and auS July I am going to sell them as I bought them. If present conditions continue gop'ds of all kinds will have to be marked up August, fit July is the time to lay in your supplies. N^viHe's ShoTstore is the place to get bar- gaSs during this July sale. Opportunity is knocking at your door. Jimmie Neville Al«Ht».I*. 1 mm ALL-WEATHER «*' Don't be a "One- Eyed'* Driver You endanger yourself and others with only one headlight burning. Let us put in a new bulb today. ''.->{ X§€ wdmp Installed Free Yes, we charge more tor 4.40-21 "6.40 5.35-U 4.50-21 5,$Q-1» 7.10 10.45 4.75-19 *.0<M9 7.00 11.85 5,0*19 * 50-19 8.1514.60 PATHFINDER 4.40-21 5.00-19 •9.151'6,00*6.56 450-20 5.00-20 5.40 6,75 4.50-21 5.25-U 5.60 7.35 4.75*!? S.8M9 6.058.50 H ERE are three facts you ought to know*; if you want most for your money in tires. GOODYEARS GIVE, MORE SAFETY. They-; have safety from blowouts i in every ply because every* ply is built with Super- twist, aod every ply runs from bead to bead. They have more safety from skidding — because accurate tests on wet concrete 1 show Goodyears stop a car quicker than any other tir*, 10* to 11% quicker! GOODYEARS GIVE MORE MILEAGE-97%! more than they gave five years ago, according to bus fleet records, and you! get the same improve-', meats in the Goodyetr' Tiret for your car, 1 GQODYEARS COST NO) MORE-the PRICE of »1|! tireiisaboutaUke.Andwith all prices beaded up, it's wise (o toy Goodyears NOV. \ —and here's why: We use 7 different lubricants, 7 different guns,* charts for each model c^r, follow car manufae* tiirers' yeqommen^ ations, ayerage 35 mill* utes of real- work on each Deldutch Super Service DELL MAHAJf DUTCH WWENZ EWPI B4ffL - v *l$ •y.

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