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Ateona Upper Des Moines, IE. PASTORS ASSIGNED TO NEW CHARGES Dr. Edge Eemains at Algona; Several County Changes The Northwest Iowa conference of the Methodist church announced ministerial appointments for the coming year at the closing ses- rfon of the annual conference here Monday. They were: . W. G. Muhteman, superintendent, A A?e*ander (Fed.), D. M. Jordan; Algona, J. H. Edge; Armstrong, J D. Walcott; Ayrshire, J. D. Broberg; Belmond, J. S. Hutchins Britt C. N. McMillan; Buffalo Center, A. W. Gauger; Hurt, Tho- ,b«rn Spelcher; Clarion, J. C. Buth man; Clear Lake, B. W. Rlner; Cor with, K. W. G. Killer. Crystal Lake-Hayfield, F. W Whltford; Dolliver-Huntington, W S. Handy; Kmmetsburg, Edward Prultt; Estherville, F. W. Ortmey er; Fenton, J. T. Snyder; Fores City, C. H. Seward; Garner, T. E. Hoon; Goldfleld, J. E. Clifton; Good Hope-Whittemore, A. H. Wood; Graettinger, W. G. Bohi; Havelock- Ware, C: U Day; Kanawha, E. A. BriRgs; Klemme-Llberty, William Sabllka; Lake Mills, F. F. Fdcht; Lakota-Ledyard, H. A. Nelson; Laurens, H. O. Ward: LuVerne- Llvermore, V. V. Schuldt; Mallard- Corlew, J. H. Castle; Plover, I. C. McNulty. Lays Claim To Out Do Riplcy Whlttemore Champion: Sunday's De* Moines Betf***;, «**• rlcd a "Believe It of Not" by Rlplcy that the largest ear of corn In the world was 6 Inches in circumference and 12 Inches long. Wpley better vtoM.Kw- suth comity and the Edmund O'Brien field north of town, ifc W. Oliver brought In an ear which measured eight Inches around and 12 Inches long. The ear weighed one pound Mid ate ounces. Now, what do yon «ilnfc of Uiali Mr. Blpley? 75 CONFIRMED INWHTTTEMORE Large Groups Inducted at St. Michael's Parish Last Week 300 Teachers Convened Here Monday at Sessions CLASSIFIED ADS First Lone Rock P. T. A. Meeting of Year Last Week Lone Rock: The first P. T. A. meeting of the year met in the school auditorium last Monday ev- cnine The following program was given: songs by the audience; piano solo by Miss Howe; trumpet solo bv Miss Free, accompanied at tne piano by Miss Howe. The new teachers. Miss Free and Miss Hendricksen were introduced to the audience. Committees Vere appointed for entertainment for tne year. A lunch was served. The following ladies were hostesses: | Mesdames Clarence Ackerson, A. H. Hanna, Calvin Householder, J. M. Blanchard. N. L. Cotton, Frederick Schultz. Dorothy Sharp, I. F. Nelson, Alex Krueger. Art Prlebe. Henry Schroeder, Fred Swan, Fred Wegner, E. M. Jensen and Dell Marlow. The Paul Black family is enjoying a new Oldsmobile car purchas- .ed recently. USED CARS 1934 Chevrolet Master Coach Built in trunk. 1934 Chevrolet Masjer Coach 1935 Ford V-8 Deluxe Coach Built In trunk. 1934 Standard Chevrolet Coupe Two 1929 Chevrolet coaches 1929 Ford Roadster 1928 Chevrolet Coach Maxwell Motors Here Is The Finest 6 VOLT Radio Ever Offered Lowest Battery Drain Superior Performance New Cabinet Beauty New JM CM k*»e perfect receptiw at tke Uwest ofwritisc eert wUk tke 1937 L'Tatro 6-Velt Rsdie. TM «*t *ee sad ktar tkis great •*w radio to appreciate it, for it is Irmly today', rtdi* Take. Cow* w, Mr pU«*. for Attractive Prices Whlttemore: Seventy-five children were confirmed at St Michael s church this morning with the Most Rev. Bishop Heelan of Sioux City, administering the Sacrament of Confirmation. Those confirmed were as follows: Alma Helen Cairy, Elizabeth Jane Schmitt, Louise Cecelia Elbert, Anita May Brogan, James Joseph Bl- senius, Gerald Joseph Elbert, Francis Michael Fandel, Arthur Joseph Elbert. „ . . Donald Francis Elbert. Robert Jaa. Poirot, Duane John Shepard. Earl Joseph Steier, Eugene Harold Kenne, Arnold Charles Kollasch. Maxlne Elizabeth Bisenlus, Betty Roberta Burdine, Catherine Mary Buscherfeld, Bernice Mary Conway June Elizabeth Higgins, Letitia Mary Kenne. Loretta Terese Kollasch, Alice Mary Kollasch, Emma Mary Kissner. Marjorie, Mary Montag, Marcella Mary Wester. Margaret Catherine Rooney, Florence Mary Seymour, Ruth Mary Youngwirth. Eleanor Rita Loebacn, Geraldine Elizabeth Rooney. Lawrence John Besch, Richard John Bormann, Dean Peter Elbert Edna Catherine Paber Mary EHza- beth Fandel, Kenneth Edward Farrell, Paul John Kisch, Herbert Jas. knecht. Mary Elizabeth Kollasch, Cletus Michael Koppen Ralph .Joseph Koppen, Cletus M chael Salz. Emellne Mary Alig, Bonita Ann Bisenius, Ethel Mary K °" asch ,-. n d£ lene Clare Knschm\tter, Gladys Teresa Elbert, Virginia Ann Elbert Virginia Cecelia Priester, Catherine Ann Farrell, Agatha Ann Hilbert, Edward Joseph Schumacher, Robert Edward Fandel. Corwin Jahn Wilson. George Edward Jergens, Charles Peter Origer. Mary Berna- dlne Gappa, Lylah Mary Hanson, Edris Mary Fogarty Maxine Mary Hanson, Madonna Helen Butler, Ann Mary Butler, Ruth Veronica Kollasch, Bernice Ann Kollasch, Dorothy Catherine Bonnstetter. Merrlldean Joseph Hanson. Anhony George Bonnstetter. Robert John y Laubenthal, William Joseph Laubenthal. Vincent John Freis, Daniel Joseph Fogarty. James Jo- geph Domek. William Joseph Thul, Harold Jerome Winkel. Scarlet Fever Epidemic There are three homes here under quarantine for scarlet fever at this time. Those who are under quarantine are the Frank Schatt- schneidcrs, the Herman Maahs^ and the Louis Braatz families. There are several other cases here tha should be Investigated as there ar a number of families here on the sick list. The Lutheran school has been closed for a week until the epidemic of scarlet fever U over. Paul Urteh wms • caltor «t Cton- er last week Monday. John Farrell was a business caller at Fort Dodge last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Humboldt spent Sunday at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth. Mr and Mrs. Tim O'Brien of Spencer were callers hero Thursday. Mrs. O'Brien attended the democratic meeting in Algona. Mr and Mrs. George Schultz and sons, Norman Charles and James, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schultz, Elmore, Minn. Mr and Mrs. Walter Thompson and sons, Howard, and Charles Warren of Lone Rock, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heldenwith. Mr and Mrs. H, Haas of Napers- vllle.'lll., Mr. and Mrs. George Dahlke of Rockwell City and Mr and Mrs. Blasey of Madison, W s. were visitors nt the Tom Wier home last Tuesday. Uu,t Sunday dinner guents at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Eischeid were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonder of Lakehurst, New Jersey Mr. and Mrs. J H. Fraaer of Algo na; Mrs. Eva Gorman and son o St Benedict; Mrs. Andrew Keding and children of Olto»en. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz I who moved to E»therville last month, moved their household goods here Wednesday in one of the Mrs. Eiler's houses on West Main street. Mr. Potratz had to change his territory with the Wat- kim» products as he was given the south half of Palo Alto county. About 300 teachers from five counties assembled in Algon* on Monday, for a conference held at the Algona high school. The teachers came from Palo Alto, Emmet, Wlnnebago, and Hancock counties, as well as from K Neariy 100 Algona high school .tudSfu wi« used in various class- fooms for demonstratlor • P«P«g; School wa* <« sm ' 8 ? ed 'PL^t t^ in the high school building but the erades went on as usual. g A similar meeting was held at Sheldon with six counties repre- T conference opened with a eeneral session of all teachers at 9 30 a m. in the high school auditorium. At 10 the teachers broke ID into groups, each teacher going to the group where the specific Met he o? she is interested in was demonstrated. There were demonstrations in general science, economics, tenth grade English composition. Ame- ican literature, and geometry The demonstration teaching was done. bv actual high school t^"*" Teachers illustrated types of pupl activities and supervised study ttchniqtiw that can bfe us&J nj>ton- y In the subjects named but in others. • . Th« demonstrations continued ill noon,.and were followed in the afternoon by round table discussions at which teachers discussed the procedures demonstrated in the morning and exchanged ideas ibtrot teaching high school subjects. Following is the program for the day in detail. 10:00 a. m.—Demonstrations— English Composition; Josephine Goldsmith, Clarion high school. American Litei-ature: Mary Crulkshank, Fort Dodge high school. Plane Geometry! Lena Roach Rock Rapids high school. Economics: N. E. Demoney, Es therville high school. 1:30 p. m.—Round table discus slon and conferences on each of th above subjects also for teachers o music, physical education, horn econmics, manual training an commercial subjects. A special round table conferenc will be held also on guidance pro grams. Supt. Alex C. Evans Lu Verne, will be chairman of tnl group. TheMan About Town Says for Sale FOR SALE—Used Farmall corn licker.—Kossuth (jo. Imp. Co. 40* FOR SALE—126-acre farm, located 2 south, 1 east, H south St. Benedict, la. Fairly Improved, tiled, good soil. Reasonably priced. See Oswald Lalller at farm. «« FOR" SALE-1834 FordV-8 coach, nearly new appearance, first class condition. Selling «*«*%. %£ terms If necessary.—Kruse-Blosspm Insurance Agency. *° FOR SALE—OVer iOO feet of 6- inch iron pipe at half price. Phone 230 Upper Des Moines office. 40» FOR SALE—Piano, price reasonable. Call at this office. 40' TTOR sALE-^-6-room modern house close ln.-Tilla McCall, 603 N. Thorington St. *° FOR SALE—T room modern house, E. State st Possession at Snce.-Tilla McCall, 513 N. Thorington St. 40 FOR SALE—Good building lot, $200; also partly modern house, 3 lots, $2000.-T. McCall, 513 N. Thor; ington St *° Kossuth Radio & Electric Co. Milton Uihl phoue 17 ° M.IH i: 01 \I-I-IIIM MKVr 01-' Kill ABSK. |., i,... |ii»iil.--t I'uurl of lo*a. in il l.u Kos>»uil> (.'uunty. I.,'.', I , Kr-mci. Adum Kramer. r'.J '-^j.-l.iU, Kiamcr. Hiiil'l.ffs. va .,i.> Kraii.i-T. l^[tiiJa»l. •i'.i Ti.u A bun; Nann.-i i^ny MOVED To Our Own New Building First Door West of Our Former Location Bring Us Your Cream, Eggs and Poultry Nutrena Feeds Algona Produce Co. inlci«l H. to-wllj ul.t--cU-Vul.tll ai.J lu a. ter- John Dreesmau Phone 9 ^u'l^'.i ul follow*:' i-'uinmcr.clii|f ^a, i ^; L ^-fv; l ,,fu:^uui- I...-.1 'nuaiur iSKUi. vf, "^ '-'i-'i'iio'ii'"''!'l.rty-llve li&l Towri- ahiu Ninety-lour (SMi North. liai.Ki; Twenty nil"- irj). w « : » t uf tin; 5th i' M Hi. !:<:•; south ali.nK llm bucliou Hi,'-- K'< fi-ct * InrlU'ii tln-HCl- v.i.lt 111 luOH. ilivrii-i- North li-t (ttt C liitt.fcu. ttn.-lu.-c KilSt li! r"d" t'J pliiue <'I b "An'.|" 1 " S »iuii "I iii.,ii>-y of On..- Tliuuiiuml Nliiu Hui.,ln.-i Twi-n- ty-llv. aliU 71-100 iJollurB ilri'771, wi>i I. waa deponlltd l,v Tli.- Kx.-- ui.jr of li..: Ksliite will, III.- ''lerk of the- Watrlct I'uJlt of Kobclltll CoUl.tV. lOWil. put ;M-I tut lo oidt-r of Coutl in i'l.iit >-ou OUajiucart-d In Novero- l>.-r TJ ''1 anil >our wli':i't--a,boutii iiav'u i.ot' t>-cri kuuwn ali>i--u thut Ihii,. A!»., all.-Kli.B that it U ij'.-r- i ;.;-m •-• il..it it iluardlan I.-- uppolnt- i-a lo" tain.- i Kargu of. pn-bi-rvu mid cutitiiil y.ur i,i(,pi-rty ami lliat ouch KOI fuilliur particulars -itfc I'ft- ii l,,n ,,u nlc. Yi,.| :in; fullin-r l,i..|ltl--il 11. at by i u, 1 ,, r -if n.i- aliovi; ontllU'J Court II.,- l.,.;i!lnt! lll'iJ" haul l-.-lltlon will '. I..1.1 at thr <•..iii-th..imr In Alsuna, I'li.lti''.. I 1'J '10 .. Hi '-I .--alii Jay. B-t uni.ii nun: v.u in.iy (ippriir and nil,:-*- ' aubf if iiny >'"u havf. why .n in I, i .-.li.juM nol bl! clltfH:d a» When another year rolls around those of you who plan on shows, political speeches, hot dogs or otn- er entertainment remember you cannot compete with world series baseball games. Even schools suffer in attendance- So plan accordingly . . Bernice Harrington, who uggles figures and utenos for the Morton lumber yards, is not ready for the movies and therefore wishes to remain In obscurity. But the camera man for "Running Wild , unaware of her desire, met her at he office door and started grind- ng as Bernice started flying in retreat. The picture of a running jirl with a coat trailing in the breezes was shown at the State . . . Wednesday at midnight in an otherwise silent night made beautiful by a moon of near noonday light came a moo-o-o of a cow, wierd at first then plaintive as though lost and lonely. For an hour or so we listened to the timely repetition of the fascinating call. Again the wail was heard the following evening at about the same time with its near hypnotizing effect ... An au- tomohile drove Into one of our nil- Ing stations and had the attendant nil the gas tank with water. The driver emptied a package of white tablets or pills Into the tank, wait rd a moment while they dissolved imd then started the motor. This performance "sold" the attendant a buudle of the pills for $15. After the salesman had gone the station wa* xoc until • trial prowd fatll* with not even a responsive cough >r sputter from the motor. Then a hush and a feeling of a sucker prevailed . . . John Wheelock. Is ure he isn't Don Smith. A* regular as the day the McN«/ill girl, office girl for Dr/Kenefick, says. •Good morning. Mr. Smith, and how's Mrs. Smith and the boys today" John cannot correct the error, neither can Glen Raney. who John called in for help. Well, John when you get sick call Doc Ken- eflck and let him collect from Don iust to get even. . . Two blto is a name for the quarter that belongs to another age. Tis seldom heard in these parts any more and the changing of time will eventually eliminate its usage . . .If Chris \\ai- lukait will advertise free apples and onions his Council Oak store will find an Increase in business. Though his Impromptu gifts of Saturday was caused by an automobile smashing Into a big front window the gathered crowds Is proof of what will happen as trade drawers. . Howard Gearing has a problem pertaining to moving about January first. He rooms with the Dahl- hausers at the county jail residence If Dahlhauser is selected for sheriff as an Independent, Howard can remain there. Casey Loss has promised a moving is not necessary if elected on the democratic ticket. The only doubt remains with "Gib" Hargreaves. the republican nominee, whom Howard has asked but received no assurance. Candidates, there is a vote to go after . - The Smoke Shop displays a donkey, emblematic of the ruling party, while just below it is «-red budge denoting second premium with a Landon sunflower button. Jreat arguments are founded ai his stratetig situation . . . Mrs, Ralph Morgan U the first woman to ,ur knowledge setting the pace for he season's style in haU, wearing a plain felt with a red feather protruding erect. It takes one's thoughts back to the memory of fiobinbood's days in mode of dress cute and pert ... We want Chas Huhn! The best car parker ever to direct traffic at a football game The parking system was null at the Friday night game. Spectators were forced to humiliation by lack of it. Cars were run up to and sometimes the front was under the wire forcing roaming folks to fol low the play up and down the field to a fctate of dissatisfaction. The cash customers must be satisfied and will be by the aid of one man with a cane . . . Few totitM know there is a iHeet club In town. The grounds are west of the river bridge on McGregor street ex- Unded. Sunday mornings the attendance looks like that of two other two rivals, the church and the golf grounds . . .Bay Ladendorf caught an eight pound pickerel at the bridge north of town Sunday. Theo. H*rb»t made his first catch of the season's try by hooking a three and a half size on*. Why go into northern Minnesota was tne question until Bert Baldwin returned with one weighing seventeen pounds. With Bert wa» Bill Becker who stood his three poles in a corner with other preparation* and wu» well on his way to Cam* Lake when he discovered them to be missing and returned for them. Swea Methodist Pastor Moved to Rowan Church Swea City: Rev. G. R. McDowell returned Sunday from the Northwest Iowa Methodist conference at Fort Dodge, where he was appointed to the charge at Rowan. Rev. McDowell has been pastor of the local church for four years and he and Mrs. McDowell have made many friends In the community, as well as among the congregation they served, who genuinely regret their leaving Swea City. They, With their sons, George and Dana, will move to Rowan the last of the week. Rev. H. E. Hardy of Rowan has been assigned to the Swea City charge. The Hardys have two children, ages 8 and 2 years. FOR SALE-Large Ice chest suitable for restaurant; electric automatic popcorn machine; 10 gallon coffee urn; waterproof canvas, size 9xlOV4; large trailer, cheap; two burner electric hot plate. Phone 594-J. or call at 414 E. State. 40* WRONG Listen to Ja "Portraits in ,»y»,9:W>p.m.' come in and find < about Packard i mobile contest Blue Network FOR SALE-One row McCorm- ick-Deerlng corn picker, powered by mounted Ford motor, price $36. Also power takeoff for Fordson tractor, price $10.—Howard Witham, Algona. FOR SALE—Circulating heater and spray pump.—Mrs. C Pom- mernlng, 62-W. * FOR SALE—Hampshire male hog.—Wm. H. Decker, Whlttemore Phone 3F5. - *° Miss Virginia Fultz employed in Des Moines, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fultz. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Valvick and son Irving were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Olson at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Valvick and son, Irving Ed, were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Olson at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Russell Waterbury returned Monday (Oct. 5) from Minneapolis where she had spent a week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jude Hill. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Johnson visited Sunday at the home of their daughter nnd husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidt at Alden, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. R. Kalllamo of Mercer, Wls., are visiting this week at the Dr. H. Kulander home. Mesdames Kallioma and Kulander are FOR SALE—Stock rabbits. We have sorrel color In New Zealand Reds, also New Zealand Whites and Checker Giants. Fully pedl greed.—Plalnview Babbitry, Liver more, Iowa. FOR SALE—Hampshire boars fall and spring.—Alphons Berte Bode, Iowa. 39 " 44 FOR SALE—Furnace Oil an< free heat prover service. Cltle Service Oil Co., A. E. Grooters, Ag cnt. FOR SALE—Registered Short horn bulls.—Lloyd Gross, Algona. miles north of Hobarton. 39-42 Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey went to Red Wing, Minn., Sunday morn- Ing for a three days' visit at the home of his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Felke. Jerome B. Johnson, assistant for many years to the purchasing agent of the Yellowstone Park Hotels and Camps Co.. in Yellowstone Park, Wyo., returned to Swea City from his summer's work, last Thursday. Buell Pearson met him in Minneapolis. IF YOU NEED A typewriter, you'll do well to Inquire at The Upper Des Moines Office. We handle Underwood machines, portable and standard size, and also used machines from time to time, all reconditioned. • f^_ FOR SALE—Typewriter paper, lust received large shipment, good white bond paper, 80 cent a ream (800 sheets).—Algona Upper Des Moines. uibnM STRftlGHfTlJTnffRONTI ^ Jarman Shoes For Men Misbach Clothing Co. ; i i Long's Food Shop Your Food Market A real Home Place for Farmers as well Town Folks to shop for Food. Make LODR'SJ your town home while in the city. "Something Nice for Our Town Friends' We have installed our own delivery system i can take care of your orders in jig-time, we need is your order. Neat—Clean—Pleasant Long's Food Shop For Bent FOR RENT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. Heated, modern, center of FOR RENT—If you have a room, rooms, house or apartments to pent, a want ad in this column will do the business. We have many calls each week for them. » Hospital New» Wanted Kossuth Hospital News Wednesday. September 30-Celi* Elshen of Algona underwent an appendectomy. _.„ Thursday. October l-Mrs. Bill Baker of Algona gave birth to a ba Thu*r»d'ay, October 1-^Mrs. Chris Beck of Swea City entered for medical attention. Saturday, October 3—Mrs. A. J Klooster of Bode gave birth to a liunday. October 4—Dominic Stuf- lick of Algona entered as a medical ^Monday, October 5—Robert Leigh of Amboy, Minnesota, had his appendix removed. Monday, October 6—Leo J. Miller of Algona entered for minor surgery. General Hospital News Tuesday, September 28—Wrs. Albert Bussie of Stetson entered tor medical treatment. Wednesday. September 30—Herman Rigger of Whittemore, tonsll- ectomy. __ Monday, October 5—Herman Gable, Titonka, tonsllectomy. WANTED—Used office furniture, chairs, desk. Phone 1. WANTED—A chance to repair any radio not working perfectly. Work guaranteed.—Ed Genrich at Bjustrom's. Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size $82.80. Terms.—Bjustrom's. Algona, Iowa. »-" Lost and Found LOST—Three black pigs, one white pig, Friday, one block south M. & St. L. depot Call at office. Reward. *" LOST—The bottom half of a Wahl Eversharp pencil. Mottled brown, green and yellow. Please return to June Corey at the Upper Des Moines office. FOUND—Pur*«C~Ukely a child's. Identify same, pay for ad.—Algona Upper Des Moines. *** Cruel Border Law That force* Canadian Bride and Her American Husband to Meet Only on the Ferryboats Between Countries. la Tto ' " li iSI-.l'H KKAJdKll •- I>\M KRAMER -IliiASTlAN KRAJ*KR. Mia* Frances Kuebynka who is night superintendent of nurass at the Betheada hospital, came Saturday to upend two weeks with her her parents. Mr. aad 'Mn. James Kucbyaka. IP YOU'BE 5 FOOT 6 OB UNDER We Specialize in FiUing You! No more buying your clothes in incorrect sizes. We take particular delight in fitting shorter women who look thei* best in half size fashions. The newest and smartest in coats and froeka in sizes that fit to a "T". Half Size Df€ss«s $8.95 to $18.50 ChrUchilk* &HerUt Phones 214-215 Algpna, Ic BASKET GROCEI Special For October £-9-10 Bulk Cocoa 3 IDS. 11 Kraft, delicious flavored cheese sprd. II Peanut Butter 2 Ib. jar 21 Live Stock Spray 2 gal. can $1.6J Candy Bars and Gum . 3 for 10< BrolrttoSI. Pineapple _ .ex. large can 17< Peaches, No. 10 halves or sliced 4f Peaches extra Ige. can 1! Pears, Ba/tletts, choice fruit Ige. can Spinach, fey. Cal. pack _ _2 Ige. cans KadotaFigs tall can 11 excellent health builder Mary Ann Flour, none better 49 lbs.1 .991 Fremont's Best Flour 49 Ibs. $1.79] Radiant Flour 49 Ibs. $1.59] Crystal White Soap -.-10 grant bars 35cl Peas and Corn 2 Urge cam 25c j Tomatoes ..largecan lOcf MODERN HEAFDIRECTO! BURN IOW COST Ftlfl OU «** *• Ne machinery. H«o» rwpond o*4aL No w«w»*4 fc*. No in A PfodlM' of Psjcfsjetic" S*""" ^nmoony, Thowi Ok»0dy Ul W»* BMW. ttK" «» "* Kohlhaas & Spil

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