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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 11, 1934 TWO WESLEY BOYS TTTLE WINNERS STATE CONTEST AT WATERLOO SHOW Bernard Hauptmann, Richard Kent Bring Honors to Kosauth County Wesley: Bernard Hauptmann, and Richard Kent brought honors to Kossuth county and Wesley at the Dairy Cattle Congress held at Waterloo last week when they won the state title In milk production section of the contest -With their demonstration, "Making a Calf Blanket." They will represent Iowa In the inter-state 4-H club demonstration contest thla week Wednesday morning, among teams from 8 states, competing for national championship. With them was Marlon Soults, Kossuth county 4-H leader. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz and Mrs. Ann M. Kunz attended a county democratic rally at Bancroft Saturday night. Mr. and -Mrs. Alfred Erdmann, Paul Engen and Miss Marie Hanson attended the Cattle Congress at Waterloo on Friday. Leo Helen has been Indisposed the past week or more unable to attend to his duties at his garage owing to an Infected ankle. Mrs. Julius Kunz and two daughters and Mrs. John Hutchison drove to Des Moines Saturday where they spent the day on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loebig and family drove to Buffalo Center Sunday where they were guests at the home of his elster, Mrs. Lydla Huber and family. W. D. Kearns of Burt Is here visiting his daughter, Mrs. William Garman having returned from Iowa City where he went for treatments for eye trouble. Mrs. Henry Kunz entertained the members of her bridge club Thursday afternoon with Miss Isabel Kerrins a guest of the club. Mrs. J. T. Meurer "has accepted membership in the club. Mrs. Etta Braley and daughter, Marvel of Britt and a teacher friend 01 Kanawha, Miss Esther Rasmussen o' Ruthven, were guests Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bra- Icy. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt drove to Mason City the fore part of this week where they are visiting with his mother, Mrs. Mary Felt who celebrated her B8th birthday anniversary Wednes•day. Mr. and Mrs. John Moser of the state of Montana and Mrs. Enos Hoi lenbeck and her daughter of St. Paul were recent visitors at the home o Mrs. Alice Robinson and Charles Rob- Ineon. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Flom and Mrs Marlon Paulson will be hostesses to the Hutchlns Ladies Aid at the Flom home this week Friday afternoon Mrs. Paulson Is leader of the Hutch Ins group. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury accom panted Mies Clara Amesbury to Port Dodge Sunday where they met Mrs Elizabeth Amesbury of Carroll, bring ing her back for a visit here at the Amesbury home. The Fred Albright family of Bock Otty, Mr. «nd Mrs. J. A. Haupt- ann and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blelch d two daughters, were entertained unday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ifred Erdmann. Grandma Matern and five sons, Joe, Ben, Frank, Julius and Adam, and: Miss ita Sherman, Mrs. Ann M. Kunz, and . and Mrs. R!ay Vogel were guests at ie home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehler at Algona Sunday. Ray Vogel of Ann Arbor, Michigan, .rrived here Saturday noon to Join his wife, the former Stella Matem, in a isit here wltti relatives until Wed- icsday when they will leave for Chi- lago to attend the world's fair. The Methodist Ladles Aid officers nd committee chairmen for the com- ng bazaar met at the home of Mrs. Vrlo Dawson Monday afternoon where lans were completed for the event hich will take place Saturday, Octo- jer 20th. Members of the Study club met at the ome of Mrs. Alfred Erdmann Thursay afternoon for their regular meet- ng. Mrs. Arlo Dawson had charge of lesson and reviewed a book on tusslan Life and Affairs, "The Orea' Offensive" by Maurice Hindus. Mrs. Bertha Skow of Mount Horeb Wisconsin, who has for some weeks een visiting at Emmetsburg and Whtt.- emore, and attending the Methodis f jonference at Algona, arrived in Wes- ey Friday where she will visit the irarious Skow family relatives. Mrs. William Cosgrove left Saturday night for Calumet City, Indiana, where she will visit at the home of her son, Kenneth and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cosgrove are the parents of a month old daughter, Patricia Ann. Lucille will plan to return home with her mother. The Young People of the Congregational church have enjoyed two parties recently tendered the two newlywed couples, Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pearson. The first party was held at the Larson home ind the second party at the Carson Simpson home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward drove to Waterloo Friday and spent until Sunday visiting the Cattle Congress. Lewis Kent and two daughters, Mabel and Mary, spent Saturday and Sunday at the show, and both families were over night guests at tlie home of Mrs. Wards sister, who lives near Waterloo. Axel Carlsons, th« **«* •»* Johnson families, Mr. and Mrs. Art Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pearson, Swen Larson, Mr. and Mrs. and the Palmer Pearson family of Tuesday, October 4th, marked a great event, In Wilbur Monson's life. [ t was hta birthday a«d his »°w*J: Mrs. Albert Monson, invited tt}e pupUs of the primary room to their home after school to help Wilbur celebrate the event. Games were played ana then a bounteous lunch was *rved by the hostess. The happy UtOe fellow was the recipient of several gifts from hte litUe playmates. Miss McConnell and Wilbur's teacher. Miss Beck, were also guests. Scttoot Notes School will be dismissed Friday for the day owing to the fall Teachers' Institute to be held In Algona. Six weeks examinations are being given this week. Coach Wlllert and Principal Helen Reiiner spent the week end at their homes. STORK PAYS 3 BANCROFT VISITS DURING A WEEK Other News From Bancroft; Henry Fox and Wife Have 38th Anniversary Bancroft: Mr. Mid Mrs. Harold WU- helml are the proud parents of a baby girl born last Tuesday. They have one other child, a boy. Grandma J34dw entertained members of her family at a dinner Sunday honoring h«r daughter-to-law, Mrs. Bertha Skow, who la here visiting. Those present Included the Marlon Paulsons, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Horn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow and two children and Mrs. Silas Skow and Harold. Mrs. L. L. Lease, county chairman of the American Legion Auxiliary, and Mrs. Prank Kouba, Jr, and Mrs. KaW Kennedy of Algona, attended a meeting of the Auxiliary unit of Algona on Friday night. Officers-elect of that unit were Installed by Mrs. Lease. She also installed new officers in the Fenton unit Monday nigtat oif week. Mrs. Lena Larson entertained the members of her family and their fam- Northern District Lutheran Meetings Here Oct. 15-16 The Northern District of the Iowa conference will conduct meetings In the First Lutheran church of Algona Monday and Tuesday evenings, October 15 and 16 at 8 p. m. On Monday even- Ing general topic will be "What Shall I do to be Saved" and the speakers will be Pastor O. T. Erickson of Fort Dodge and Pastor M. Lingwall of Harcourt. On Tuesday evening the topic will be "The Church Altar and the Home Altar" and the speakers will be Pastor A. H. Chell of Stratford, Pastor W. O. Ekeberg of Dayton and Pastor D. V. Swanson of Gowrie. Titonka M. E. Ladies Entertain Burt Women Titonka: The Methodist Ladles' Aid entertained itfie Swea City, Lakota, Burt, Woden and Doan Ladks Aid on Friday afternoon at the church basement. The (following program was given: welcome, Mrs. M. S. Craven: scripture reading and prayer, Bev. Fremont Paul; trio, Mrs. B. C. Ball, Mrs. Homer Downs, and Mrs. Clarence C. Hoon; instrumental number, Harley Larsen; piano solo, Mrs. Carl F. Callles; vocal solo, Miss Florence Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox were pleasantly surprised at their home Sunday evening, the day being their 38th wedding anniversary. Five hundred was played at three tables and Mrs. George Duddtng was awarded the high A delicious luncheon was and Mr. and Mrs. Fox were they will visit Art Goche, who Is a patient at the hospital there. Rev. Father Henry Pick of Sutherland visited Sunday and MfcnMay with Father Schultes and Father Grady. Father Pick was a fornver assistant for Father Schultes at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beitrel are the proud parents of a son born last Tuesday. He has been called Robert Jerome. Mrs. Reitzel will be remembered as Anna Mathies before her marriage. Judge and Mrs. Dart McOulre of Dubuque spent Saturday and Sunday with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan. Judge McGuire was one of the speakers at the democratic rally Saturday night. Rev. Father Qulnn and his mother, Mrs. Bridget Qulnn of Rockwell City visited at the Qulnn home here on Sunday. Father Qulnn returned home Monday morning and Mrs. Qulnn will remain for a ten day visit. friBMta TOM? borne dinner on lauded tb* SEE"SCHOOL DAYS" You'll Laugh! You'll Boar! 8O - Local Men - Women - 8O High School Auditorium, 8:30 P. M. Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 15-16 (Sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary) Admission 35c. Reserved Seats on Sale Saturday, Oct. 13 at James Drug Store. Children's Matinee Monday, lOc. Plum Creek Has Two New Citizen* South Plum Creek: Southern Plum creek can boast of two new cltizns in a week. Mrs. Alexander's father, who has come to make his home with his daughter and family from Illinois, also the John Dedrtckson family have a nn e new son since last Sunday morning A. W. Young Is on the sick list with sinus trouble and is under the care of a doctor. Potato digging Is In progress here with good quality but smaller yield than last season by one-third. The corn-hog reduction meeting was w«U attended last Wednesday Might +n* tb» rot* WM » two U> ibM» majority tor continuing the program an other year. Lyle Young, wife and mother am Mrs. Cliff Young and two babies wen to Jollet, Illinois, the latter part of the week, taking the Cliff Young party back home and to visit the world's fair at Chicago. priae. served presented with a lovely gift. C. C. Smith of Burt was a Sunday dinner guest at the H. J. Guide horn* Mr. and Mrs. Bay Miller left Saturday to attend the world's fair in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jacobson went to Shellsburg to visit Mrs. Jacobson's brother, John Pothoff. Father Quinn and Father Orady visited Sunday evening with Father Ahmann of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Menke are the proud parents of a daughter born last Tuesday. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien arid Mr. and Mrs. Jay Qulnn of Whittemore visited Saturday at the Bridget Quinn home. Wanda Bruns, little daughter of Ed Bruns broke her leg Sunday while playing on the playgkoundfe ot the public school. Arthur Blocker, son of Henry Blocker had the misfortune of having one of his fingers taken off Thursday while shelling corn. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Lattlmer and children went to St. Paul Wednesday to visit Mrs. Lattimer's brother, Orvile Hatlestad. The banns of marriage were published for the first time in St. Johns Catholic church between Martin Krapp and Margaret Boyer. Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy and amily and Mrs. Ed Kennedy and fam- y of Hutchinson, Minn., are vlsit- g relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heoker and children and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Delt- ring were dinner guests Sunday at Make These Entries County Agent O. A. Bonnstetter reminds farmers keeping farm records that the following are important entries to be made during October: feeder pig and cattle purchaser; fall far- rowings, corn unsealed and feed purchases. of Mrs. Ida Andersorf there, .«prnt he week end with his parents, Mi. and Mrs. Jake Weaver. Mrs. Sarah Wise, son Herman and daughter, Nell, were Sunday dlnlner guests at the nome of their son and >rother, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise nnd family near Mason City. Mrs. Ida May Harris and daughter, Mary, attended the missionary society meeting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Hanson near Wesley last week Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and son, Dean drove to southern Iowa last week end jn business going on Friday and re- ;uming on Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Pink and son. Bobby, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott and son, Keith, all of Titonka were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Mrs. Tillle Dexter of Burt visited last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson and son. They took her home Sunday. Mrs. Johnson WBS before her marriage Inez Dexter. Fred Cornish of Taylor Falls, Minnesota, visited last week Wednesday and Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. MHler nnd f amlly. The men worked together y»ars ago at O»r- ner. The Sexton Ladles Aid are completing their plans for their baaar and chicken supper this week Thursday evening. They have Just finished a Tart quUlt which Will be sold ttoafc night. Mrs. Rose* McCray and son-in-law. Harry Swope of Helena, Montana, were dinner guests last week Tuesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. I«. Greenfield and family. They left for Illinois on Wednesday morning. Fried Chicken Supper BAPTIST CHURCH Saturday, Oct. 13, 5 p. m. 35c and 25c Fried Chicken Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Cream Carrot 1 ! and Peas on Rosettes Cranberry Relish and Pickles T>a Biscuits Coffee Date Nut Cake With Whip Cream the G. S. Underkofler home. Phil Sheridan of Ames spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan. Phil works in the state highway commission building in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bessalo of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, are visiting at the Chas. Kollasch home. Mrs. Bes- aalo was Wllla Mae Kollasch before her marriage. W. A. Murray returned Sunday morning from Detroit, Michigan, where he visited his sister, Mrs. Ed Hlgglns He also attended the world aeries baseball games there. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ooche and Mrs Art Ooche and daughter, Shirley left Tuesday for Rochester, Minn., where Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and Kathryn and Leo and James Elaine drove to the lakes Saturday on a fishing trip. Mrs. Laura Francis returned home last, week Wednesday morning from Illinois, where she had been visiting all summer. Roscoe Stewart of Algona spent the week end visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and family east of town. Mrs. Orvllle- Hedrlck and niece, Margaret Hedrick of Irvington visited on Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman. Mrs. Joseph Praser went to Algona last week Thursday afternoon to see her brother, Sid Spear, who was in the hospital after being kicked by a horse. Miss Mable Baker of Mason City left for her home in Mason City after a several weeks' visit here with her sister, Mrs. John V. Huff and other relatives in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and sons, Wilbur and Everett were Sunday inner guests at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and amlly near Swea City. Bernard Weaver, who attends high chool In Burt and stays at the home w^x&sa&v®^^ SKILLED Cleaning and Repairing DOES WONDERS l.,e cleaning renews color and adds new life to the fabric. Silks are bright, again, satias lustrous and woolens are soft with raised nap. Arid, of course, they are spotless and fresh. Our skilled tailors arc at your service for repairing, rellnlng, reinforcing, new pockets, new cuffs, button replacements, alterations—any Job, small or large. Repair prices are very reasonable— we will gladly furnish estimates. You will find this complete service a real economy. ELK Cleaners and Tailors Phone 330 Suits and Overcoats Tailored to Measure We Deliver You Can't Repair a red hot ruroaee. Save expense and grief by having your heat- Ing plant checked now. Holtzbauer sTinShop Plumbing. H.e*Ung, Obcwt, Uotal 117 a Dodge. Phone 83 LAKOTA NEWS WHAT5 THE CATCH BROTHER? "A brtnd new c.r for $50? I'll ulcc ill" uid the i.le,n,.n."Of cour.t I'll hive to cktrjc you e«trj (or the horn, wtieeli, tire», >i*rttr, ipeed- Omctcr, motor, brikcl, itctrinj PROCESSED "Hold on I I knew tKtr« w«i * cttch in It .. it'< identified with fayJ Me ttiit So i* tn«f« • 'each' in to-c*llcd cheap eo«l. When you bu/ co*l, 3«t the kind »h«t jivei plenty of h««t -when you wint i», with minimum toot «nd unole, im- neditte dr«ft r«ipon»e <nd long-burning, fire-holdinj qu.btici. Buy Cbwwcol Prscwwd Co«l. Wt h«v« the GENUINE. THIIli OENUINI CHE^COL. nocuaDcau. ^•^•w"^'"'—— Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool Mrs. Clemans of Burt was a visitor here last Saturday. Miss Olive Lewis spent the past week with friends at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. TJkena were Mason City visitors one day last week, Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht was on the nick list several days the past week. Rev. and Mrs. A. P. Boese were visitors at Mankato, Minn, last Thursday afternoon. Several men from here went to Stevens one morning last week to help fight a fire. Mr and Mrs. Jake Rlsius and two little children of Frost, Minn., visited with relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Harvey Johnson and children and Mr*. Guy Beemer were Algoua visitors Saturday afternoon. The Rev. A F. Boese family was entertained at supper Friday evening at the Paul Hertzke home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wallace of Buffalo Center spent last Sunday evening at the home of the Peter Bruers. M>. and Mrs. Wm. Bchroeder, Jr., and daughters, Margaret and Lola, were visitors at Algona on Saturday afternoon. The I. E. Wortman family spent Sunday at Webster City with Mrs. Wortman's sister and family, Mrs. Ruth Ewing. E. H. Reese who has been spending the past week at the farm home her-;, visited with old friends at Armstrong Sunday. Mrs. Harry Mussman visited with relatives at Elmore Sunday and also attended the funeral services of Jennie Coupanger. Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats, La Verne Liesveld and Miss Dorothy Theil of Buffalo Center spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives and friendi at Mason City. Mr. und Mrs. Harry WorUnan and daughter, Gladys, and MJss Either WorUnan of George, Iowa, were here on Sunday and spent the day at the home of Mrs. Julia Wortman. Rev. O. H. I-'rerklng, J. R. Heetland, August Gutknecht, J. E. Ukeua, J. E Smith, Miss Emma Gutkneent and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht aU-udtd the Presbytery at Lone Rock last, Tuesday. Mrs. George Schroeder, Miss Frances Schroderer, Mr. and Mrs. HUmer Haason, Mrs. J. K, Smith, Mrs. Wm. Turley, Mrs. Guy B«emer, Mrs. Wade Ball and the Misses Emma and Louise Thaves w*ie at Env r , Miun., Sunday uf&emoon where Obey attended the funeral services of Miss Jennie Coupanger, who passed away last Wednesday evening at a hospital In St. Paul after several ufonths' Ulueaa. Miss Coupauger who had visited litre at the home of her sister, Mrs*. Wm Schroeder, Jr., made many friends here while on her visits who were sorry to hear of her passing and extend their sympathy to the relatives. SEND THAT TRACTOR PART RIGHT AWAY-OR I'LL HAVE TO GO TO WORK/ 'hen machinery breaks—your twit- phone gets repairs at once. It also protects life and property, saves trips, time and money, relieves lonesomenest and keeps you in touch with friend*. HOME When God created man about the first thing He did was to place him in a home, "The Garden of Eden." The nfcxt thing was to get him a wife. Ever since then, all down tiie centuries home has been the most sacred Institution of all natlorb. In fact home is the foundation of any government. The other day I was advising a newly married couple to buy a home. The bride answered me by saying, "What do I want of a home, I was bom In a hospital, reared In a boarding school, educated In a college, courted In an automobile, and married in a Justice office. I get my meals ** » caletarla, spend my mornings playing golf, my afternoons playing bridge. When I die I shall be buried from the undertakers so all I see that I need Is a garage with, a bed room In It." Well. If they wont 1 stay horn* the next best thing and the MMcch Uk* toteM U N««ill»'« store. W« do try to make,, it home like and comfortable for our customers. That Is one reason I built a rest room for woman and children in the new part. We also have the largest stock of shoes, hosiery and furnishings we ever carried. All standard, first quality merchandise an* at prices that you can afford to pay. Just received 120 dozen of the new Mojud full fashioned silk hose. They are the regular $1.00 kind. Our price on them is 59c. Men's new oxfords, all leather, in welts, $1.98, $2.48, $2.98 and $3.95. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAvT R. J. Barrin«rton J- D. Low* HABRINGTON * LOWS ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First N»fl Bank Bit ALQONA, IOWA J. L. BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALOONA, IOWA W. a QUAR'irON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Countj State Bank Office Phone, 421 ALOONA, IOWA PLAT BOOKS Latest edition of Kossuth county, published only two years ago. Shows names of farm owners, gravelled roads, school houses, etc. $2.50 Also some older plat books to close out at $1.6(k Haggard & Waller A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Quinby jBldg. Phonejfil E. J. VAN NESS & G. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona. Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby &, Krause Building Igona, Iowa phone 58 E. H. Panon* Judge D. F. Coyl« Office over Basket Grocery ATTORNEV8-AT-LAW Phone 830 Algon*. low* PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND 8XTROEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rial over RexaU drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone XM ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYEE, M. D. Surgeon St Physician Office John Galbratth Bldg. Phone 444-810 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Ooleopathlc Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALGONA, IOWA P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Offlc« on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 366; Office 668 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Quinby Building. Phene 180. ALGONA, IOWA E. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg. \lgona, Iowa Phone 129 HIKAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DAN SON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res. 315 ALGONA. IOWA CARKOL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postoffice Phone 66 J. W. Sullivun (dec'd) S E. McMahoc L E Linnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & I.1NNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW OHlce over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN <5c SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 194 DENTISTS DR. II. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocaine used for extraction Located over Ohrlstensen Store Phone: Business 166. Residence, 470 ALGONA. IOWA DB. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, low* VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkd Office 220 West Sta'e Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 476-B Algona, Iowa L. M. MEBBITT MorUciaa and Funeral Dlrtctot Phone H Algona. Iowa A. V. HE&TIG SIGN SERVICE Over Fisher Cafe Phon* EVE L. FKESNELJL, Algou* Iowa, ail kinds of Kodak Finishing and Enlargements. Colored. Cull Phono 417-J. 604 South Dodge Sc, 32-U

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