Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 26, 1934
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served last Thursday afternoon by bo only an the Sexton Aid at the church was o^TI^Vn^'UsMv ft" ,""1' well attended. There were 121 wo-!to cut. y tw " Hllort men registered from other Aids, Irvington, Doan, and the Methodist and Congregational Aids at Wosley, having been invited. Each Aid gave two numbers on the program, ifter which lunch was served. M<* C !S n at' Athletic team has only and two Dairy Club Makes Tour— A ,4-H dairy calf club field day Crystal Laiio Sunday tour was held Monday for the | —• south half of the county, and stops iMuliloman Shows Movies— were made at several farms, where '''ho Rev. W. G. Muhloman AI- cattle judging was done. The par- Knmi ' showed moving pictures of ty was at W. C. Taylor's, Rex and 1)iK recent trip at the Soxton church ffanda and Opal Anetta Karel, Albertha Bold- Hansen. The "The River- surprise party at Algona, Sunday, in — g Monica Stu- and Thurs^ attheparkcelebra. " Bend. The John Schu- ampton, visited at the ' S Saturday. Mr. and i cher and Mrs. Elmer led at the Laurence ancroft. atson and his son Bob .jlr home at San Fran- Thursday, following an Isitwlttt Mrs. Watson They had planned to re- days before, but de- -ase of the strike. Bob [bis junior year In a San [high school this fall. 'ake Vacation— E A. English preached I The First Murderer, the [from the 5th chapter of o church or Sunday rices will be held next ie following Sunday, as plans to take his an- lon at this time. s Hand Burn— lughter of Mr. and Mrs. •, suffered a serious e palm of one hand Frishe spilled hot grease lert, eldest son, has a on top of his head, the fall from a gasoline urday, lall Team Dance— ngton ball team won en, 5-4, Sunday on the rad. The team will give ance at the Floral hall, s week Thursday even- Sexton Aid Guest Day Is Attended by 124 Visitors GidsjOrganize Kittenball Team EX-LU VERNE Sexton, July 25—Guest day ob- Ihoir oats and thore will DIES AT SPENCER Mrs. Walter Plunit), I"., and the Charles Plumbs, »P'Q flff-iim Til ...I. .1 . Downer's Grove, 111., who had vi- Sitnd a week at Fred Plumb's, loft early Monday for home. The Ihreo 1 lumb families had a picnic at Mitchell Taylor being members of the club. Earnest Wright, of the state dairy asociation, was In charge, and the county club leader, Mr. Soults, and Chester Benson, cow-tester, also accompanied the boys. Thorntons Visit Washington, I). C. Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Miller have received a letter from their daughter, Mrs. Philip Thornton, Souix City, who, with Mr. Thornton, is on a vacation trip to Washington, D. G. Mr. Thornton is manager of a shoe store at Sioux City, and is having a two weeks vacation. The couple are making a tour of the capital country. Mrs. Thornton is the former Ruth M. Miller. Tells of Burned Out Crops- Robert Hart, near Humeston, is spending a few days at W. C. Taylor's. He was a neighbor of the Taylors before they moved to Sexton. He reports crops as mostly burned up near Humeston. Most of the farmers there are pasturing last week Tuesday evening. There was a Kf ,od sized audience. Other Sexton Xews. Dorothy, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Fniscr, is spending a few weeks at her undo William Spear's Rico Lake, Wis. The Spears visited at the Frasor home and with relatives nnar Algona, and Dorothy accompanied them home. She will also visit at points in Minnesota on the way home. Mrs. o. n. Wise, daughter Noll and Mrs. Druscilla Noble, son Herman, the Henry Philips family, Wesley, had a picnic Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call park. ICvert Hodgin came from Cedar I'alls Saturday to spend the weekend with Mrs. Hodgin at the Harvey Steven homo, north of town. Nell Wise came homo Sunday night from Swea City, whero she had visited her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Steven, since last Thursday. A considerable number from Soxton and vicinity attended the rodeo at. the fair grounds. [as Rupture— Mice, Infant daughter of rs, Forbus Stiltz, is suf- rupture which recently after a hard siege o£ cough. to Sexton Aid— TO from the Irvington the Sexton Aid's at the Sexton church le Sexton Aid served lOc INGTON NEWS 1 Guerney and her chil- lis Sjogrens, and Mr. ever Christensen were oing callers at Mrs. Ray fa. Guerney and her d been to Ohio to visit ?'s people and stopped o visit relatives and started for week Monday, Long Mrs. .remembered as Helen er Algona girl. ill. Maxwells, Algona, J.Mutwell and her chll- f grove, and Phyllis |WlB vicinity, were pic- Mt Bend Sunday. Mr. Well got home last F from Chicago, where "i attending the fair. at Eagle Grove and •.Arnold Maxwell to t visit with relatives. ' r Hertigs and Willard Sunday at the Her- TWO TIES IN WHITTEMORE K'BALUJAMES Whittemore, July 25—The South Farmers and the Oilers played kit- tenball at the public school diamond last week Monday evening, but rain stopped the game after ive, innings, when the score was 2-1 against the Farmers. Last week Wednesday night the creamery defeated the Merchants, -4. Kern Elerich, first up for the reamery, knocked a home run. Ten games have been played by six teams, and standings when this mention was written last week-end weke: Won Lost Merchants 6 4 reamery 6 4 >Torth Farmers 5 5 •Kids" 5 5 South Farmers 5 6 Oilers • ...4 7 Kneck Boys Are Confirmed- Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, daughter Dorothy, and son Ellsworth were Sunday dinner guests at Henry Kueck's, Seneca, and attended confirmation of Maynard and Marvin Kueck at Hurt that morning at St. John's Lutheran church. The Kueck boys are nephews of Mr. and Mrs. Heidenwith. 3ther Sunday dinner guests were :he Fred Wagners, Lone Rock, Mrs. Emily Heidenwith, Lotts Creek, and Gifford Kueck, Lone Rock. Peter Elbert, 75, Celebrates— A party was given at Peter Elbert's Saturday evening to celebrate his 75th birthday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elbert, of Emmetsburg; the James, George, and Ralph Elberts, Algona; the Bert Fuchsen and Mike Schumacher families and Arnold Zln- nell, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elbert, Mr. and Mrs/Earl Elbert, the Frank Elbert and Sylvester Hayes families, and Mrs. Helen Waltersall. Kirschbanms Off for Spokane— I. ahouse Party at the consist o£ ^ E11Iot Mrs. Ed Wll meets the in charge of 1 be Out! °? Rapid Change. A luncheon will be and Geneva a day at the home. Mrs. Blanche d Mrs. Verne . Charles San- h home till Friday who his Garner, « the f there. ert, Walnut; Mrs. Wm. Dau, Al- Rona, her children; Mrs. Anna Dau, the Robert Braatz family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struockor, and Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz. The occasion was Louis Braatx's and Robert Sorensen's birthdays, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert Algona, Mrs. Conrad Alig, and the lattcr's daughter Aurelia drove to Des Moines Sunday to visit the Roy Grahams, and Aurolia stayed for two weeks. Mrs. Graham, foriner- y Carmela Waldschmidt, is a daughter of Mrs. Alig. From hero attending a party at Arthur Ruschs, Lotts Creek, "Sunday evening wore Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rusch Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach, son Norbert, daugh- er Alice, Herbert Zumach, Eldora Dau, Leona Dreycr, and the Frank Jergens family. Ralph Braatz, with the CCC at Forest City, spent the week-end with his father, Robert Braatz. Robert and his family drovs to Minn., Sunday and were dinner guests at Merlyn Stauffer's. Mrs. Stauffor was formerly Lydia Braatz. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kueckor, Mrs. Harold Walker, and the lat- :ers son Eldon, all of Dolavan, Minn., camo last Thursday, Mrs Walkor to visit her mother at Al- ;ona, Mr. and Mrs. Kuecker to re- nain here for some time. Mrs. Frank Bell, Blue Earth, and ler daughters Betty and Clarice spent Friday at the D. Cordes aome. Mrs. Bell came particularly :o see Mrs. Theodore Baas, of Storden, Minn., who has been visit- ,ng here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker and Elda Baas drove to Ames Sunday to visit the Erwin Kueckers, and were accompanied here by Lillian Kuecker, who had been there three weeks. Mr. and daughter Mrs. Matthew Kirschbaum, « at the caught In last week FS ftw • ^* ™C£K: the Jewell daughters Catherine and Phyllis, ind son Bobby went to Emmetsburg Monday to visit Mrs. Kirschbaum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Collins, This week Wednesday Mrs. Kirschbaum and her family leave for Spokane, where they will spend a month or two. Mr. Kirschbaum, who has been at Spokane for some time, is general foreman of an extra gang on the Milwaukee. Two in an Auto Accident- En route'home from a Standard Oil banquet at Clear Lake last week Monday night, Alfred Seaman, Whittemore, and Oliver Graham, Fenton, had an accident when Alfred missed turning a corner. Both men suffered scratches and bruises, and the car was badly damaged. Heat Overcomes Ball Player- Stanley Munch, Fenton, son of Mrs, Bert Peck, of California, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. William Reimers here, was overcome by neat at Estherville last Thursday while he was playing ball. Group Picnlcks at Fairmont- Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Geelan, John Leinbach, Mrs. Geelan's father, Margaret Fandel, the James Gee- lans, and Evelyn O'Connor, pf Fort Dodge, had a picnic at Fairmont Sunday. Have Appendicitis Operations- Jos. Slaven was operated on for appendicitis at the McCreery hospital Sunday evening. Ewold Voight had a similar operation Monday at the same hospital. Other Whittemore. The Ralph Bartletts and Sarah Schroeder drove to Ames Friday, and Mr. Bartlett attended a meeting of the Iowa, butter control board. Dick and Bud, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, spent worn last Thursday till Sunday Mrs. William Kelly, Genevieve, and Mrs, [rene Rooney drove to Des Moines Friday, and Miss Kelly entered the -Funor.il ser- 'icos for Henry Simmons, 75, wore mid at the First church of Christ t Sponccr Sunday afternoon, with "iirial at Lu Verne. Mr. Simmons camo to Lu Verne 1883, and was a harbor horc for usticn of the peace for ninn years, 'lany old friends from West Rend, 'ivcrmore, Algona and La Verne ittendod the services. His sons and •ions-in-law served as oallbDarers. Besides his wife, two daughters Johnson i served. Refreshments were at, Chas, Wolf's. Mr. Lothringer had business in this part of Iowa and Included a visit with relatives fro CmUii Social tfets $30— Hot vfeather and a hunger for in the trip. homemade ice cream made a good I Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Zentner, class of the Evangelical church. last week Thursday to visit his sis- Elmer Gronbach. The in school next year. Esther "Mer- lilc, a fbrmer teacher in the Mission school is a member of the class here. Surprise for Mrs. Hinkle— A group of neighbor women gave Mrs. J. IT. Hinkle a surprise hand- kedchiefl shower Friday afternoon tt years. Ho was town clerk and wllon they met at bor home to honor her birthday. There were 18 present and after a social afternoon lunch brought by the guests was serVod. 1'nrty Ifonors Chicago Guest- Mary Lou Worby was six years old Saturday and several of her friends enjoyed a party. The children played various games and Mrs. Worby served a dainty lunch. Fay Niver is enjoying a vacation from his work at the Federal Land bank, Omaha, this week. The family expects to move to Omaha the middle of August. Mrs , John Gcnrich has gone to Lone Roch to visit her daughter, Mrs. William Wetzel. Helen Knutson, Armstrong, spent last week with her cousin, Dorothy ~~" •"•' "ILI;, LV.U UUUUMLfjrS *, -ik ^. ° •"«""•' - , , "lid three sons survive' Mis p> Cl Tjlcllt y entertained a Lindebak. Gladys Murray, Mrs. Editli John- r ew worllen Iast week Tuesday In I Miss Sadie Green, Omaha, was ly given Florence Iowa School for Beauty Culture there. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett and Mrs. Bartlett's sister, Sarah Shroeder, Burt, attended a Section 6 but- termakers' meeting at Mason City last Thursday. Edw. Burke and his daughter Ella have returned from Chicago, where the former had spent a few months. Mr. Burke's health is better. Marjorie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas, returned Sunday from two weeks at her aunt Mrs. Herbert Schmeling's, Algona. While Mrs. Andrew Elbert was making jell Saturday a kettle. of hot jelly was spilled and burned one of her feet badly. Earl Luchsinger, with the CCC at Forest City, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Luchsinger. Mrs. Margaret Dailey, Hollywood, Calif., is visiting her Bisters, Mesdames W. T. Oliver, John Erue, and John Butler. Gertrude Parrel, R. N., daughter rjnaker of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrel, is .J*,"* •ion, and Henry L, of Spencer; :iaronco, of Charles City, and Mio. of Oolwcin. Two brothers and i sister, Goo. Simmons, of Algona; iwl riias. Simmons, of Rolfc; and and Mrs. Wm. Riloy, West Bond, al- w> survive. To Tour Eastern States— Maynard Spooner left on what •.liould be an interesting trip Friday morning. Ho and Mr. and Mrs. 'loyd Spooner, of Fort Dodgo, started a tour to New York City, vhere they will attend the diamond ubileo celebration of the Equitable Life Assurance company to be lold at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel. \ former Fort Dodge man, E. R. Tennyson, now of Madison, Wis., will join them at Chicago. After .ho convention they will take a four-day steamer trip to Halifax ind Nova Scotia. They also plan to stop at Annapolis, Baltimore, and Washington, D. C., on their way homo. Mrs. Spooner, who with their son Donald is spending the summer with her mother at Turtle Lake, S. D., will return homo the first part o£ August. Girls' Club Is Reorganized— Lu Verne 4-H club girls, who liavo not been meeting since there leader, Mrs. Robt. Masterson, moved to Corwith in March, reorganized at a mooting a week ago Tuesday at Albert Genrich's, with Doris as hostess. At this meeting Emma Voss was chosen to be their leader, the county H. D. A. gave a demonstration on canning chicken, and Frances McEnroe, of Algona, gave report of her trip to the state meeting at Ames. Ruth and Eileen Ncal will entertain at the meeting this week Wednesday, when club officers will be chosen. Fifteen members and guests were present. Club To Brake Quil^The Good Will club held its August meeting last Thursday with Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh, with Mrs. Paul Blumer assisting hostess. The afternoon was spent socially and it was decided the club would make a friendship quilt, each member making a block with her name embroidered on it. There was a good attendance despite of the warm weather. August hostesses will be Mrs. Bert Sankey and Mrs. George Wolf, and the meeting will be at the Sankey home. Lichtys Hold Big Reunion— An outstanding social event honoring the Don Lichtys, of Chicago, was g'iven Monday evening when all the Lichtys, which included Charles H. Lichty and Grace, and the families of J. L., P. C., Lee and Harry, all of Lu Verne, and the guests enjoyed a swimming party at the Algona pool and a picnic supper at the state park. The Don Lichtys expect to return to their home on Wednesday. Second Tea is Given— The second of a series of "vanishing teas" being given by the Methodist Aid was held Friday afternoon at Ray Stone's, with Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Adam Zweifel hostesses. During the afternoon a program was given which included a play, An Operation. It was clever- courtesy to her sister-in-law, Mrs. Don Licihty, Chicago, and bridge was played at two tables, Mrs. Dick Wermerson winning Mrs. Adam Zweifel second, Wed 3<fYears— a guest of relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hesse, Sioux high, City, were guests here last week. Mrs. Jos. O'Connor continues to be critically ill at her home here. Glen Godfrey, Fort Dodge, vls- The 30th wedding anniversary of ited relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson Norman Hesse visited his moth- was the occasion for a picnic at the RenWick park a week ago Sunday. The Walter Hunts and Mr. and Mrs. DcRae Godfrey, besides the Mastersons, attended. Reimick Defeats Sheffield Here- Junior teams from Renwick and Sheffield played ball here last [± week Tuesday night, and Renwick won, 6-4. DeRae Lichty and Rich- er in Des Moines last week. Doris Dehnert visited at Fenton last week. Seneca MS' Grandson Dies With Tumor On the Brain Seneca, July 27—Clair Fossum, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fus- sum, of Estherville, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fossum, one of Seneca's earliest pioneers, died at 5:30 a. m. last Wednesday in Rochester, Minn., where he was taken Monday morning to receive care for a tumor on the brain. He underwent an operation Tuesday night. The boy, who was in the sixth grade in school, is survived by his parents and one brother, Edward. Funeral services were held in Esthorville. Y. P. S- Program Is Given— A large crowd attended the Y. P. S. meeting at Melvin Norland's Friday evening. The program included: Scripture reading and prayer, the Rev. Mr. Sande; vocal duet, Mrs. Linus Jensen and Mrs. Otto Wilberg; reading, Pearl Sande; solos by Pearl Nelson and Francos Halvorsen; readings by Kenneth Thompson and Opal Nelsen. To Help Groat-Grandmother— Lavonne Madden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden, left last week for Cedar Rapids to assist with the house work at her great- grandmother's, who recently suffered a broken hip and shoulder. Lavonne enters her sophomore year at the Coe college in. Cedar Rapids this fall. Ice Cream Social Tonight — The Aid will sponsor an (car cream social at the local church this week Thursday evening. Thai sale will include cake, pie, coffee ( and home made ice cream. Breaks Shonlder in Fall— Leo Crowley, son of Mr. and Mr* Joe Crowley, fell from a horse last) week at his home and fractured hlB shoulder. Dr. J. A. Devlne cared for the injury. , , Other Seneca News. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osbora were supper guests at Fred Welsi brod's, Fenton, Wednesday evening in honor of the birthday annlvers-* ary of Mrs. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly and sons, Swea City, and Mr. and Mm* William Brown and sons, of Arm-* strong, visited at Mrs. Anna Oat horn's. Mrs. o Anna Osborn and daughter; Pauline visited at John Barfoot's la Dolliver last week Wednesday afternoon. > Mrs. William Osborn spent last Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs< Wilbert Richmond, of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Norland and daughters were entertained at Tom Berkland's in Cylinder Sunday. Mrs. Ole Oleson entertained th'cfr Willing Workers Friday afternoon* ard Wermersen played with Renwick. Chas. Hanselinan to Retire— Chas. Hanselman has purchased the residence property formerly owned by the late Mrs. Leander Barton and plans to leave the farm and move into it this fall. Other Lu Verne NCAVS. Mrs. A. L. Spooner enjoyed a visit last week with her sister, Mrs. C. C. Suckow, of Clarinda, and cousins, Mrs. Anna Robensteen and Mary Virginia Hackett, Torkio, Mo. They left last Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. George Marty, at Clear Lake. Mrs. Marty was formerly Reta Spooner. Ralph Brock, once Standard Oil representative here, spent two days in Lu Verne last week. He recently passed state bar examination, having graduated from the' of Drake university in Mrs. H, E. Peitzke was brought to her home Friday from, Eagld Grove, where she had spent the week with her daughter, Mrs. Fay Thompson. She is gradually improving in health. Mrs . Barbara Lothringer left last week Wednesday for Moorland to take care of Mrs. Martin Lothringer, who was taken home from :he Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge that day. Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Lothringer, of Davenport, were guests Friday by Marie Fritzemeier, Barton, and Armintha — j =z =: = i = < I i One More Week! SPECIAL PRICES ON Floor Samples and Drop Patterns $65 s=s 1 $119.50 Electric Refrigerator, used less than one year—Sale price . $98.00 2-Piece Living Room Suite $69.50 You will find items through the entire store greatly reduced. Foster's Furniture Co. me G 3 and nothing else" throngs of car owners are saying! WEEK-END SPECIALS Black Raspberries, No. 10 can Plantation Pineapple, No. 2 1-2 can— Green Beans, No. 2 can — Superb Milk, 3 tall cans Puffed Wheat, taking care of Mrs. Andrew Larson at Algona. Mrs. E. C. Jackman, Albert Lea, her mother, Mrs. C. S. George, of Ceylon Bar Cookies, pound Larsen's Baby Graettinger, visited Thursday. Many folks from here can the annual West Bend park celebration last week Wednesday aad Thursday. Mrs. F. N. Elbert, who had been in the university hospital, Iowa City, two weeks, returned Satur. Elmo Barber and Richard Shell- here last Jell-O, asst. attended flavors, 2 pkgs. 49c 19c 9c 17c 8c 15c .9c Here's what you get in Goodyear's new "G-3"! You get the broader road contact of a flatter, wider All- Weather Tread. You get quicker - stopping and the greater road grip of more non-ikid blocks m the center. Yon get the eaiy steering and imootn travel of wider ridtne- Yoa get the slow, even wear of c/oier- nested non-skid blocks and ribs. You get more rubber in .the tread, an average of two pounds more per tire. —all of which adds up to 43% MORE NON-SKID MILE- Thtfam "G-3" AH-Wtathir ACE at no extra cost to you! their Mr. and re». Mrs. H;. A, Bartlett, Manly, and Mr. land Mra. Bartlett and Miss Scbroe- *> r ***** Sunday. evento . s guests at J&oute Braatz's were Mra. Ben Sorensen, son Rob- day. Coffee, Council. Oak, pound Coffee, Peaberry, pound Post Bran Flakes, pkg. .oaiuGi «""* *»*«<••••.•• ~- i m~ii«t meyer drove to Sioux City with a .Vogue Toilet truckload of cattle last Thursday jgoap, 2 big bars night. , ; Palmolive Toilet Charley Schemmel, employed at . the Rooney cafe, spent the week-,Soap, 4 caWM _____ end at Rlngsted with relatives. I Crystal Wnite Jjaun- The Raymond Reimers family, of ,j r y goap, 5 big bars Ringsted, visited at the William Q gudg Sunday evening. •« %,_«. returned Saturday 2 pkgs. from Hutchins, where he pumped MuffetS, water into a county gravel pit. The Ray Watsons, West Bend, per spent SuTday evening at Mrs. Wat- , "J"""* son's brother Elmo Barber's. I per pound Mrs. George Boyle, Pennvule, Salmon, Ind., arrived by train Friday to g ^ ^^ , vi S?ii°^iI"ba Hc rst. BeneJpork and Bean* diet, came Sunday for a visit Theodore Keene's. Elmo Barber has _ new Dodge truck at the garage, Algona. at tall can a I Mustard, ElMrt,«»£*£,;,„ C.Mhy. 27c 19c 9c .9c 18c 19c 15c lOc 10c 25c lOc 15c F RANKLY, we've never seen Gome in! See this winner! See a tire make such a sensation! the extra grip, the extra rubber Ever since Goodyear told the in its broader, flatter tread. Ask amazing story of its develop- us about the guarantee. See why ment — how they frazzled patented Supertwist cord in the brakes, ruined cars, burned up tire body is the only foundation roads day and night to test it— that makes such a tire possible, old friends and new ones have Make no mistake. No other tire flocked in to us and said, "Give gives you what you get in the usthistirethatdeUvers43% new " G ' 3 " AU-Weather-and longer non-skid mileage." you pay no more for its extra miles of non-skid safety! GUARANTEED For 12 Months Against All Road Hazards I! Deldutch Super Service UJBBICATION, CAB WASHING ASP BJUKE SERVICE BXIDB BATTERIES

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