Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1938
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PAGE EIGHT BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS 9f, B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUAKTON & MILLEIl Law Offices. fthones: Office 427, residence 314 Algona, Iowa. J. I. IJONAK Attorney-at-Law . Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phono 4GO-W. Algona, lows BULLIYAff, McMAHOX & LINNAH y. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahon L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law Offico in new County Mutual Bldg Phone: Office, 261, Algona, Iowa LUVERNE CHURCH AGREES TO LET MINISTER LEAVE & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington J. D. Low Phone 2S7 R. J. H. 44fl Offico Ove, ^ostoffice Lawyers Office in new Heise Block. Phone 213 Algona, lows 0. D. Shumway E. D. Kelly srinnvAT & KELLY Attornoys-nt-Law Office in Quinby Block Phone 58 Algona, Iowa Lu Verne, Fab. 22—At a congregational meeting Sunday following the morning service members of tho Presbyterian church voted to join the Rev. E. E. Hancock in a request to the Presbytery to release him from his pastorate here. Mr. Hancock has received a call from a church at El Paso, Tex., and will leave for that, place'with Mrs. Hancock in mid-March. Many friends are sorry to see them leave. Mr. Hancock came bore May 1, 1936, when ho was still a student at the Omaha Theological Seminary, and he was pastor at Ottoscn os well as at Lit Verne. Thou when the Rev. Mr. Wiggins, |Livormorc, retired last spring, Mr. Hancock began preaching at Livermore Sunday mornings before the services hero. A called mooting of | the Presbytery will be held March 12 at Fort. Dodge. I j Italiy Pictures Create Fun— The Sherman Goodwill club mot j last, week Thursday at tho rural I Mrs. Roy Guy home, with Mrs. Kmily Guy :is joint hostess. There wore IS members and four invited j guests in attendance. Each mem- i her had he-en asked to bring her i baby picture, and guessing on who | was which "caused no end of amusement. Mrs. Harry Christonson and Mrs. Helena Stripling wore in charge of a social hour. The hostesses served a tray lunch. TITONKA NEWS Fern French, Oesterreicher, Russell , Doris Krnntz nnd their band instructor, Emery Stewart, drove to Mason City Saturday nnd attended a band masters' meeting. For 35 minutes they played' with .135 ohcr band members font 28 towns, over station K. G. L. 0. The Titonka Telephone Co. held its annual meeting at the I. 0. 0. F. hall, Saturday afternoon. J. C. ( Neville, Carl Geisking, George Peterson, G. D. Welhausen and Jay Budlong are the directors. Mr. Budlong was also elected president nnd treasurer, vico, J. C. Neville, and secretary, Tillio Falk. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson visited Sunday evening with tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Wilson, nt Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Honken visited Sunday with the Intter's parents at Lake Mills. Mr. and Mrs. John Sott attended a farewell dinner Sunday at Louis Dudding's, Bancroft," for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sandt, who arc moving to Armstrong. Kathryn Scbram spout the week end at Buffalo Center visiting. Prof. C. A. Iloon and Music. Instructor Stewart, were in Mason City Thursday on business. V. FOUR PLAYS TO BE GIVEN BY WESLEY PUPILS Wesley, Feb. 23—Tho four one- act plays chosen by members of the high school for required English credit, and which will be given a week from Friday and Saturday nights, are: "Ills First Shave," "Ills First. Girl" "The Advantages of Being Shy," and "Family Jars." The junior high group will present a play or group of plays at a later date. (•aruer Girl is Honored— Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sloll entertained 20 guests at five tables of «ir. aim mrs ju lomig enter- G00 honoring Esther Anglo, Gar- tamcd Mr. «md Mrs. Orvillo Young | who had v , B , lcd ;U fc 0 gtnll and son Wesley, and Ida Doling, ,,„„,„ two wcckg _ M] . fl _ willl(lm tertained the following at dinner Sunday: Lora Jean Smith, Durt; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reed, <ind Mr, and Mrs, Orvillo Miller, nil of Bancroft; Carroll Renser, Wayne and Glen Miller, Titonka. Mary Jane Bletch was 8 years old Saturday and had as her guests the following little friends: Mildred Beth Schutjer, Betty Jean and Maxino Batt, Mary Iloon, Mar.iorie Meyers, Shirley Bacon, Kathryn Gay Dunniire, and Minnie Stat- Innder. Amy Fisher, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher, has been sick with the grip a week, and Sunday evening was taken to tho Kossuth hospital at Algona. us it was feared she was developing a mastoid. Mr. and Mrs. Al Young enter time, was taken to Colfax Monday for treatments. Helen Kent, employed at Dunmire's, had as a guest Sunday Ida Thirty-two' friends of Gerald Youn S, Mason City, and Marietta Hubor, and Dale i Mr. and Mrs. T. Vivkerman, of Dili-lone Iliggins wore enter-j Column, S. D., were week-end vis- ' Itors nt Eric Peterson's. Dorothy Brooks, high school teacher, received word Saturday . , , ason City, in honor of their son Earl's sixth birthday one day last week. Lewis Bacon, son of the Mark Martinek and Joe Goctz had high score, 0. E. Hott and Mrs. William Ward low, and Mrs. Amos Angle, travel. The Stoll family took Miss Tho Ralph Plelilcrfl, of Rlngsted spent Sunday hero. Mnclellno Krd- mann, who had spent ten days at Rhigsted with them, returned with them. The Methodist Good Will Circle, oC which Mrs. George Aldriah Is chairman, took In $9.1!) at tho bake sale Saturday afternoon. Chuck Krnus, who was out of school last week with flu, was able to return Monday morning. The Henry Wubbens, of 3\vea City, wore Sunday guests of her parents, the Herman Carlsons. Irene and Arleno Hnynes, both employed in Algona, spent Sundny hero with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson nnd Arvin wore Sunday dinner guests at Olaf Funnomark's. Tho Sam Allies spent Sunday at the Gerhard Skartland home near Guckeen, Minn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lon Gouge entertained a group of friends at "BOO" Thursday night. Mrs. Peter 10. Skow spent from Friday till Sunday (it. her son Jorgon's. ..-v,-,,.« ^L.V.W.I, own ui. tuv *,i*v»»». u,ivi:i. i lie 1 OI,(MI laiuiiy luoa miss Bacons, who has been ill for some I Angle to her homo at Garner Suu- cd at a party Saturday evening at tho Iliggins homo. Cards, monopoly, and other games were played, after which nt a late hour lunch was served. T;. A. County Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Offico in Quinby Building Phone ISO IHIi \M K WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa Stn)o Bank ?hone 206 Algona, IOTII P. A. DAMSON* Attorney-at-Law Office ovrsr Iowa State Bank Phonos: Offico, -ifin-J; Res. 315 Shoriiian Shiners 3[eet Saturday— | Tho Sherman Shiners mot Sal- j'urday afternoon with Fayc Krausc, and each member gave plans for an account book at roll call. Fayo Krnuse and Vcrda Sanford played piano solos. Anna Genrich gave a talk on flag etiquette, and Marjorio McClellan gave the history of the V. S. flag. Dorothy Downing !<>ld how to bo a pood guest. Tho If. D, A., Lucille Popoon. talked. Lillian Meyers, Body Richardson, and .Maxino Guy were guost.s. from Knoxville, that her father J was taken, to the Methodist ho.s- James Winter visited Sunday ] pital, Des Monies, lie is 91 years and Monday with his son Clar- old. once, at Mason City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Anderson day and were guests at the home of her parents, tho Harry Angles. Error is Corrected—- ' Unintentionally the name of Mrs. Carl Hanson was omitted in reporting tho names of those from Islam" at the Sunday school rally at. the Methodist church February 13 at Algona. FORMER IRVINGTON GIRL WINS PRAISE ;.., , - , • --- ,-- Trvington, Fob. 22—In a copy of }Vcslcy who presented the play j, ino To] , c] a sma]1 nol , 0(]it£ , (I " lt;l '1111" n f flirt Q»tn/7nir t.,-,1»,-.,, 1 . _ ... ' Other Wesley IVeivs. Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Giddings, of by L. C. .Tones, principal of the Piney Woods school In Mississippi, the following tribute to the former 13ornico Boldridgo appeared: "Uornice Boldridgo, who came to us from Algona, la., and completed i loft Wednesday for Pcoria. 111., in j daughter, Mrs. Esther Askins. .answer to a call to tho bedside of j Olo Michaolson who Mrs. Anderson's mother. She died j ill is improved. j before they 'services •mi i ((Jin in i ft, \,l II > \_r, liKlUtllL^S t)L l *"- ) i- l IJ in •* *-!/•» wild t .1 ii. ( <u 1111 Vjijiu |* n;n; t» Mrs. Emma Heifner has bcen|Burt, daughter Joan, son Rodney, i tho work at our Pinoy Woods sick, and is being cared for by her and May Tissen, were Sunday call- I school, then took a business curse dnuehtor. Mrs. Ksihnr Askins. ers at the A. .10. Giddings 'homo. I in the University of Commerce, has been i Other guests wore Gordon Old-j Dos Moinos, is now cashier of the arrived, and funeral! The Band Mothers club cleared hold Saturday. The! $11 at. a bake sale Saturday fit | Andersons returned Sunday' even- the Callios store. They ! ing. I Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Miller j ing to raise money on- drum for the band. for arc try- a now Doxuvn c. Hr TIIKODOIM- C. Security State Hank BUK'. Phone 251 A1 corn Tr i' to Ala-ojia Citnforc'iie'O—. ho Kov. 10. K. Walter 1 Ksther Morkle, Hulda' Fritzo'•i-. and Florence Hot attended looting of tho county Christian i-ation workers at Algona Sun- ovcning. The Evangelical n- people had charge of a vos- .-orvice Sunday afternoon. Mel- Many and Harold Walter nlav- . from Ripflcy and are living 'in 'apartments in the Spooncr build- in,,. i Hie Fred Morkles spent Friday ;wilh Mrs. Morkle's mother at Boxholm. Mr. nnd Mr.-,. John Jackson wore at Emmotsburg last week 1 hursday. ; Hara Hector, Emporia, was a recent visitor at Thompson's. She wa.s a school teacher bore some LiVEBMOREGIRL WED YESTERDAY dings and Robert and Mrs. Her- Pinoy Woods school, man Ost.orcamp, her two sons and' "A more faithful and trust'wor- twin daughters, Bonnie Bell and ! thy young woman would be diffi-. Mario AdeH. Tho twin girls wore | cult to find. Year after year she j three years i,",d Friday. has bandied .more than $50,000 of Mildrcd'Fox, who attends business school at Hamilton's in Mason Cily, spent, the week-end with Woods school money without an error. v-,,.1 .,,,,.. "Bornico is now Mrs. Monroe her father, Frank Fox. Saturday j MeLaurin, having married another evening the. Foxes entertained (ill'iuoy Woods graduate, who for Atlorney-at-Law Offico in Hoise Tilde-. Phone 325 Algona. Iowa Kans., j I-iivermoro, Feb. 2-1— Marriage Peter j vows were road yesterday (Wcd- rur.iljno.sday) morning a t Sacred Heart years; church, for Elizabeth Lentsch. the ! daughter of the lato Mr. nmi \ira roii]i of friends at a parly honoring Louise and Franklin Fox who that day celebrated a double birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Olo Flom. Anna nnd Ethel. Mrs. Olaf Funncmurk, Mr. and Mrs. Lester -Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson, Isabel Kerrins and Mrs. L. I,. Lease attended dorf college of Forest City,'at the many years was head of tho agricultural department and is now director of boys' industries." lOlnora Boldridge, sister of Bcr- nlec. is also a graduate of Piney Woods, and she spends most of I her time there or traveling wilh singers. Albort.ha Boldridge, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Boldridge here, only Kossuth colored couple, Lu DOCT01JS •TOH\ X. KKNKFICK Physician and Sureoon Office over Rcxall Drug Store Office phone anrj Ros. phone 326 c. ir. cmrmri-YKi!, ar. n. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galhraith Block Phones -M-l-HIO Iowj , ig llinlis in Plenty— Verne can now boast of not ono but many skating ponds. Just before ih,*. i a ,n snow there .was water in all low places. This iroxc, tliP t n snow came, but over tho week-end shovels and brooms were •I-H club girls at Hum- day evening. is visiting nt Min- thero with 3 Morris Tho . . ., Marga 'ho bad boon visit-, bride; t 1 . S. Grant's. ' C1 . of last i wns at rived Saturday morning for a week j moved last : Clarion from Lu Verne MKLVIX <;. n Physician and Surgeon Office in Po=t n ffice Block Phones: Offico. ' ./•/; i-psidence. W. DEMISTS «K. Jr. M. 01,SOX Dentist Locatod over riiri.stonsen Store. Phones: Business, .1GG; Res., 7S? Algona, Iowa 1 Four-School "Dec-Iain" Planned— : The Corwith, Vornon, Lu Verne, nnd ]io?sibly ibe Klemmp high . schonls will bo represented in a : preliminary round of ihe state declamatory contest next week Wednesday evening hero. Gordon Dimler. Maxino Smith, and Richard Brink are ihe Lu Verne speak- till Thursday last sluiped head-dress, w'itli A cap-j George Aldrich. carrier No. j and wife, Vcc Mullin, carrier No. 2, from Tuesdaj week. i Arthur and Emma Krause were I at Mnmnouth, Til., part of last! week, visiflng relativps. i Mrs. Raj- was a ?uest of part of l;u ""••-'.' >-»i ^*j.uia, (J(JJii~ pleted her costume. The attendant wore a gown of pink taffeta, nnd a mixed corsage. Tho bride-room and his attendant on. Trvington. Kathryn '( Lena Trauger ; ,, LI1 , ' On sisters of the bride, Mrs. , wore this district. Tho regular . Pauline Lontsch, iiiL- at GEO. I). WAl.UATir, D. D. S. General llciitistrj- Office in Postoffice Block Phon «' 20 Algona, loiva ; To Observe Prayer Day— j The world day of iirayor will lie i observed bore Friday noon, March i-I, sponsored here by iho missionary societies of the lOv uuvclical, : Methodist, and Presbyterian | churches. Tho meeting will be IhPld at tho Methodist church at -':.')0 p. m. Rev. E. R. Walter home. ' w ' a! ! s Sunday „/ \^' 0 'ativos. ,-lrip in Tlli M,^Tlmm.^^''-'^'"^day. The sectional baskot- M,s. Jhomas Dov,ne (ball Rames wwo (f) , )0 ho]c] . u ^ l1 "" 01 ' Farm Youth Weds Ringsted Girlj 11 ' F °"' --~ nn " "" Tho couple will enjoy a ho eastern part of ' tho .state, thai will take them away for f weeks. o has lived here all of ,her life, and tho bridegroom has Oiffon,! spent tlot two Bcievoi-s, , U . community, when he was - ant, Thoron Hanson *.,„.,„ the eighth district mooting at" Algona Tuesday, Washington's birthday, for all rural mail carriers in six weeks test is being given at tlio local high' school and in the grades Thursday this week with Wesley boys , Ventura Wednesday even- KAKL ]{. H Dentist Offico in Xow Ileise Bldg. Phones: Office 41, res. 116. >— t - DH. C. 1). SCHAU' Dentist Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. LOANS AXT) IXSFRANCE Mi'UTA(iI[ & SOX Farm Loans Hoal KiSta , e Insurance and lioiids 105 ______ 0 ", 1 :, -'"'"'.v's W.prth in AM) JOJ-r, ;u. HI-'KHST Office ovor^Ia. State HI;. J'lu.ne «J3 1111, IlMVll See 1>. D. J'AXSOX n Dwelling, Household and Automobile Insurance. Do not neglect your policy for of- Sses° SS ° CCUrS When insur ance YETEMXARiAys I'. W. FOX J. B. mNKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W; Rea., 475-B KOSSDTFI CODNTY MUTUAL DfSTOANCE ASSOCIATIOH J19.000.000 worth of insurance in loroe. A home company. Safe se* ure - D- D. Paxson, Seere'tarj Ifiiniirs liirtliday Mrs. H. i-[, Lichty was'taken l.y suriirise Friday evening, when U ; r bridge, club members came with well-filled baskets to help her cel- ( obi-ate a birthday anniversary. The j evening was spout at bridge, v. ith : throe, tables in play. | Wisconsin linitlier.in.Laiv Dies— I Mrs. Catherine Marty ha.s receiv- ,od word of the. death of her broth- jer-in-law, John Marty. He was past !>5 and lived at' Monticello, U'is. William and Henry Marty at, tended tho funeral Saturday. Hume Talent Play Planned— The Lutheran Younir People's KOCICMV will present a ]„„„,. laleilt I'ay next week Monday evening It i.s entitled Ji.cady-.Made Family. Other LuVorne. Addio Thompson, of Morrison, i.s this the . . . , ---•• ••' : '—•• •"• LH<- nnji./. \ .on struct ion ">n at t o clock at the Methodist Co., for which firm he still works parsonage bore by tho Rev. J. G.< • - «"'*». | •\Vaternian. Attendants were Gerald Voigt, Fonton, and Rose Glas- uapp, Ringstcd. live on the rorwith Tfonip Quarantinod. Corwith, Feb. 2—Scarlet fever couple will; has again invaded this community Boevors homestead ; and over the week-end two homes' •" Mrs. Boovor.s is ! were placed under ouarantino At ',.n T ^,,., J i „ j-i-i- '.!._ -i-rr _ i n i . ' »t-»in Jg JIL Mrs. Tillio Loebig and children, and their house guest, Julia Jacobs, the Lionel Clapsaddle family and the Pete Jacobs family, Corwith, wore entertained Sunday at Bert Putzstuck's, north of town. Fidelis Skow spent from Friday till Sunday hero with her parents, the Jorgen Skows, helping her father celebrate a birthday Friday. Fidelis is a freshman at , , ~ • ~ .- v,. v . j*m.^v-'u. miutr u uariiniin 1"", B ^!L" ^^- Loretta Gif-.thp Wolfe home in town two , . • ; • —•••'-'••." .JH-.L..V ,,,j,iu iiuiiie in town two of fen and Donald is tho son of Mr. the children are sick, and at Edw ..,,,,1 M,. a «„„ «r noevers, Algnna i Ungoi-s in the' country Mr. Un- and Mrs. Goo. farmers. er and all three children boon stricken. have linithor df Fonfonitos Dies. Fenton, Feb. 22—Mr. and Mrs. Wns in 'Uat; Hatch Kdw. Woi.sbrod and Edw. Schlei Burt, Fb ^"— Hn-nii drove to Klemme Sunday on re- Wilfred Wo]^ and Carol Pr'-Tsw ee.p, of word of the death of Mrs/took part in a district irStZe \\e,sbrod's and Mr. Schlei's broth- mutch at For t Dodge PrW-iv n^ ev, Llmer Schlei, who died Satur- Saturday. Harold tuin a £ ir"t la>. His death was causal by which entitles him to en in n, 0 bean trouble. The Mnor.,1 was! state tournament fc ° tO Ule held 1 ucsday. 'Waldorf colleRe. Alvina Loebig on.ioyed a birthday anniversary Friday, and that eveniiiK tho S. H. Strileys were KUests at the Mrs. Tillie Loebic home, honoring Alvina. R'.lph, son of tho Axel Carlsons was able to return to his hi"h " school class Monday after an en- EUNGE SHOE SHOP Shoes Shined and Bepalred. Algona -^ . . Iowa BXTRA FURNITURE —DISPOSE of it profitably through an Advance for-sale ad. Buyers are looking! tf 1 nonip- , r _ T -::;• "• Phillips' mother, -\li.s. L. U. Van Patten, is spending time at the Philljp.s Jlon . ( ; Goncvievc Sanford, who had een employed at the Phillips how is ^ittSr in a ™™™ * WooTard latu^ ^VT, si-ster, Mrs. Herman Meyers. Lee at the OliKlinor linnrnvcil. Hurt. Feb. 22-0. P . McDonald, "ho had been confined to his li"me for tho last two months or "lore, was able to be at his lumber olfico one afternoon last week. Lotts Creek I Sexton Ihe Clem Cunninghams, of Irv- 1 "£"!!• y ctn , Sunday afternoon at i and in the p J at Rochester, accompanied his brother home Sunday Mrs Lena Blattie," of Goldfiold, 1S —Uing at her nephew Henry s. The Kublys and their drove to Fort Dodge a few - ago to see Mrs. William Miller, who is at Mercy hospital with a hip fracture. • and Mrs. Benjamin McCall the son, J. Ferguson, arrived i-'lucago Friday for the week- ^J? ^.j™ t ?i«n?2S Mrs. Josephine Brown Renwick and her son Charles were Sunday guests at Henry Kubly's T he Or . ville Gllsons. Mason City, were at E. H. Gardner's. Mr. Gilson waa once a mechanic at the Gardner garage. v«"uuei Frank Thornberg i s new em- ploye here on the M. & St L He and Mrs. Thornberg have'moved f — - «i«JCMi. spent Mon- afternoon at Pete Brethhoret's. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paetz returned last week from Louisana where they had spent two weeks' on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss Sr Lu Verne S peut Monday afternoon Wise daughter Mrs. Herman The Otto Neumans spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Or- \f Hedl ' ick ' s °uth of Algona. Mrs. Grace Green, Lu Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven en- rtamed at a George Washington at their home north of Sexton Tuesday evening. The Stanley Gardners, Algona citorl 1\T,.~ ^. . ' - ll oU'.m> Mrs. City last week for treatment a the University hospital M,. and Mrs. Edwin Mittag had their baby girl baptised Sunday at the Immanuel Lutheran church She was named Marjorie Aim. Mrs! brnst Luedtke and William Manning were sponsors. There will be English communion next Sunday at the Lotts ar' e i°n k nn Utheral1 Church ' be g inni "S at 1U:UU a. m. 666 checks COLDS and FEVER T, ,, first day Liquid, Tablets Headache, 80 8a l?e, Nose Drops minutes Try "Rub.My-Tism" — World's Best Liniment H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE ofALL KINDS Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage ol all kind*. saw • ° <" **• -« I PHOME £98 Algona, IT'S TIMIO TO AelTeftis© Scttini? E^'g's Custom ilatchiiij'- Haliy ('liicks Inciiliators Stoves Supplies If you have something or want to dispose of something in the poultry line, now is the time to advertise it in the ADVANCE want ads. PHONE 251 vacatlon with the whooping time and trips and money. M you don't hove a telephone p not the telephone office' .nformatlon about service Save 50% on guaranteed adjustment tires. We have lug grip tires for snow and nnui. We specialize in vulcani/.i,,,, "" Sampson Tir Pliono 658. <„' i ! llelfnv Is i make ytffl Le*0 Mutto Mutto servit Muttfl Give us an can snppl ered beef Fresh' Pure Bacoi Fresh Beplenlsl clous, so sliced, f« riiaklng j Do'not t rookies, made f r« 'can for. 1,'huui jn Eggs an \better'pi ket. Fo , flour, pr At The There n season^ the^Srij little nu . f lavorijr The Hub Again Proves Its In Work Clothes Values! Sanforized, 8 oz. weight, blue or stripe . . . America's finest overall ... the price last fail was $1.59 ... sizes to 50, at 44 Now made of heavy, 8 oz. denim, sanforized, perfect fitting —and Kossuth county's fastest selling overall, at "WAIST BAND"! OVERALLS L°-^ff?°?»a shr ^k, Work Shin High quality Chambray, M standard cuS, last yea* 69c, now 4 CLOTI "The Clothing Come/ of North fr BEST

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