*';*• * IKri* AXfD OOUTTtY PAPKR HISTORICAL DEPT, "~1 1865 ALGONA, lOWAjTUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1936 —Twelve Pages. VOL. 34.— NO. 44 KOSSUTH CASTS RECORD BREAKING VOTE Algona, Eagle Grove Grid Battle Wednesday iflGAtJQVEN " 50-50 CHANCE TO WIN GAME Marion Bowls Bulldogs, 28 to 7, on Friday 40 gladiators of old, the football Mtttns of 'Algona and Eagle Grove 1 Mgh schools will add another year t» their historic annals on the AJ- athletlc field, Wednesday ev- game will find Algona enter'• Mtf UM Contest with about an ev- «• catnce for victory, for the first ''•me lM'«everal years. The Eagle Crove' boysbave been'taking it on tiki chin, a&d the game this year will probably decide who in the 'Ittorth Central conference will Unlit in fourth place. Clarion Wins, 28 to 7 . last Friday at Clarion, the Bull- Alga were overpowered by a fine (ftarion team, 28 to 7. White was Hie big gun In the Clarion attack, Khlch featured food blocking and ' llcnty of fight, Lynk and Long ' »f Algona were unable to play, which didn't help the Red and Black any. Lynk has an Infection I la his hand, but may be ready for I fiagle Grove. The Eagles, by the way, also dropped' their game last Friday, 30 to 6, to Iowa Falls. Algona's sole score against Clar- tan came in the closing minute •f play. Coach Berger sent Schoby Into the game, with instructions tc •all the boys what play to pull. 1*«y pulled it, and as a result Halpin tossed a forward to Nleman (rood for 30 yards, to the Clarion few yard line, where Nleman plow«• over for a tally. Halpin to Start . Red Halpin will start against fltagle Grove, Wednesday, Barger with Long llKely to M« «s- Prices Take Rap 3 Days this Week In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Momes GETSDODAYS IN JAIL; SHOT, GOT PHEASANTS 'prebabla starting lineup for Wednesday night will be as fol- Algona Lea JHonlux '"... Frankl .... Wlllasson Katbison Plckett ... Michel •mim ii ... Halpin ... Pos. LT.'I .1/3 C .....BO.... JIT RE ...LH.. ..JIH. ...FB EUigle Qrove Jnnnnn Martin Brown . Van Declan Wilson Messer Hudglns Sevenson P. Imboden Mayes Grandgeorge Cow Testing Ass'n Picks Officer* At Election, Thursday Btoction of officers of the No. 1 Mating association took place at tbe organisation's annual meeting, in the basement of the Mtebodist •fcurch. last Thursday evening. . Andrew (Jodfredson was elected president, Floyd Bode was naiqsd vie* prsmldent. Walter Barr, »ec- Mtarj and trvaa'irer, and A. R. WiilMtt and Wm. i. Mayer wcrn jatnietf'dlrectoni.' 'Dale Clark was ••alected as ta«ter. Vloyd Arnold of Ames spoke to MM group, emphasizing the valuu tl records on uor1». He explatn- 41 tbe necessity of having such sveords and information, if the dairyman is to continue to Improve Ma herds. Ralph Bartlett ot the White *•tore creamery was also present, ami gave a short U|k on the valua <sf cow testing walk. The ialles doocd the meiling by serving an ayiUr stew. rjyiu-y t\. vvn./a.e. ^^vretury of agricfllture, and Joe Metllle, f»rini;r llvinc; north of Al^nnn n few miles, who captured the Northern Iowa husking title about ten days ago at Rlngsted, are pictured above. Wallace presented Joe with his first prize. Cut courtesy Des Molnes Register. KING AND FRIEND AT THEATER—In a distinguished theatre audience during intermission at tho play, King Edward VIII, tin Princ* of Wales, Is here shown with Mrs. Ernest Simpson. (In White fur opera conO. Mrs. Simpson's witty and sympathetic conversation and compatabllity as a dancing partner have made her n frequent guest at Fort Beleveder when select companies assemble r.t the King's private resldnce. King Edward is, iix often, a guest at the Simpson home. Kiwanians Hosts To 4-H, School Class Leaders Joe Metille Enters Slate Husk Meet Joe Metllle will represent Koa- sjath county In the state corn busk- ing contest to b« held Nov. 6, fbunday. Tbe contest U to be l«ld at a farm three miles north af Nowball, Iowa, in Benton coun- IV. .Io» won the-Northwest Iowa •MUit at RingsUd a short time axp. His Rlngsted tally was a net of ••7J pounds of corn. In the state •aptaft be will b» pitted against fh* bast buskers in tbe world— I«wa corn buskar*. •Vint prize U a silver trophy aMd $100, and sticond prize is $60, with other minor prUes. BEAIl KILLS TWO MEN— A 360 pound bear that for eleven years hud accepted pelting c.t children and adultu, turned killer und took the liven of George Langley, 60, and James Burchall, 88, at Ellsworth, Me., October 15. The animal, u female, was shot and killed as it stood over one of its victims. Lungicy took food into the bear'h ca;;e when he wu.s attacked. Burchull attempted to aid Langley and was set upon too. Both were badly mangled The animal was shot by Joseph Willette, a neighbor. A small bear was ordered shot on order of the sheriff. Photo shows: Joe Willette (left) who shot the attacking bear shown next to 'him. John Swift (right), aided generally. Henry Kohlhaas Hurt Henry Kohlhaas of Riverdale township, had an unfortunate accident recently when he caught bis glove in a corn elevator and had bis hand dragged into the machine. One finger was broken In two places and the skin was cut and bruised. The hand in recovering nicely. Mfyyor Gets New Office On Halloween Eve ^ v, ny ^r *- "-^ jg ^ 'i,'M«Mr Ofcrt Sp«cbt bad a n«w office for a wblla, (aat Satwr- &Srday, you will racall was BaUowe'en, and a very quiet oSfrom some unkown spot to th« Lumber yard, and painted UM wording, *W«- The office, however, was removed school class officers am members of the Kosiuth 4-H judging team were guests of the Al- i.unit Kiwanis club, last Thursday :>nnn, at a meeting which featured ;i tail: by Kvron M. Karges, director of boys' work ut the Mason fly Y. M. C. A, He spoke on "Youth and Vocational Guidance." The guests included Floyd Bode with Dana Puxson, Verl Patterson with Don Hutchison and Frank .'-choby with J. L. Bonar, of the 4-H team. I^vRoy Lee with AI Horchardt and John Kohlhaas with H. D. Hutchlnn of the sophomore class; Ted Chrischillea with Milton Norton and K'-lsey Dunn with Phil KohlhKHS from the iunlor 'lass; Robert Selzer with W. A. Barry and Owen Mathea with Joe (ireenberg from the senior class. "'"in Bruns, president of the "A" club, wus with Alf Kresensky. Humboldt County Man Stopped After Chase By Farmer Down around Thor, in Humboldt ounty, the farmers fed pheasants nst winter and were able to pull hrough a good supply of birds Naturally the farmers are proud f the results of their efforts and ion't take kindly to the idea of ort Dodge hunters shooting their >heasants along the highway. Last Saturday evening a man by he name of Rhodes from Fort Judge shot three pheasants and a ertaln farmer decided to put a slop ro it. After an exciting chase, Mr. Rhodesi ditched the birds but not until the farmoi had obtained ils car number. Sheriff Saxe of Hiimboldt and Conservation Officer Pierce of Algona were called and after a rath- r Interesting trial In which witnesses had to be brought in, Mr Rhodes pleaded' guilty and was rnn u new temporary resi Kmce tor 90 days. Merchants Combine For City Event, Wed., Thurs. and Pri. 3EE FOR YOURSELF! JUST LOOK INSIDE! 3 COURT CASES BEFORE JUSTICE OVERWEEKEND Driving Charge Costs Al Former Algonian Dies in California Mrs. Rachel Slough, formerly one of the Henderson girls, pioneer Koasuth family, died recently at Lou Angeles, California, according to word received here. Funeral services were held Oct. 24 ut that place. Surviving are three children, Donald, Mabel and Leila. Mr. Stough passed away several years ago in Minneapolis. Mrs. Stough suffered u stroke, which with other complication.'], caused her death. Farmer Loses Eye In Sileage Mishap George S. Elbert, farming one mile west of Whittemore, lost bis left eye lust Thursday in a painful and unfortunate accident while he was cutting corn for tillage. In the process of cutting the cum, tbe hood of the cutter became caught in tbe knives, and an •xplosion resulted. Mr. Wfeert Wft* closii enough so that the force of the explosion hit him is the eye. Frank Burke, a neighbor, rushed Mr. Elbert to a Fort Dodge hospital. George S. ia a brother of Ralph and James Elbert of Costs Reckless- driving, issuing worthless checks and maiming and injuring a domestic animal* charges resulted in three court cases In Justice P. A. Danson's court, the past few days. Two of the cases were concluded with sentences of guilty and the third was scheduled to come up in court today (Tuesday). Harold Harglns was fined $fiO and costs on a charge of reckless driving, after a case which originated last Saturday night John Romer, Botsford lumber driver, filed the charges against Harglns, whom it seems ran into the Botsford truck and did some damage to it. He was fined $60 and costs, but 120 of the fine was suspended on payment of the other $20, and the costs of the case. F. J. Wagner, Algona, was sentenced to IS days in the county Jail Monday morning, on a charge of issuing worthless checks, by Justice Danson. The third case was that of the state vs. F. F. Fett, charged with castrating a bull belonging to A. K. Merriam. The cane had been set for trial at 11 a, m. this morning, before Justice Danson. Bowlers Open Season Monday The opening of the league bowl ing season wan celebrated at the Barry alleys, Monday night, aa an eight team league swung into action. The Monday night mutch was between the Coffee Shop and the Flowers. Teams in the league this year in elude Burt, LuVerne, Coffee Shop, Court House, Farmers, Fearless 5, Flowers and Phillips 66. The Burt and LuVerne. teams swell the total teams in the league two above what it was last ueason. Now all we need is a good league for the ladle.', and the sport Is really on its way to town. Rainfall & Fog County's Weather From below freezing temperatures to intermittent rainfall baa been the order of the week in the weather department. A DOLLAR WILL GO A WHOLE LOT FURTHER THIS WEEK! For three days, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Nov. 4, 5, and 6, Algona merchants are cooperating in a city-wide DOLLAR DAYS, and each store and business place in the community is offering special bargains of unusual value for the occasion. Inside this issue of The Algona Upper Dea Molnes, dozens of advertisements telling of the real buys will be found. The event Is being sponsored by The Algona Chamber of Commerce. In addition to hundreds of items found in separate display over a full page of cooperative - DOLLAR DAYS special will be found. Here is another real chance to save and Save and SAVE. P. J. Christensen, chairman, Alf Kresensky and Lyle Reynolds are the local merchants who have planned the citywide event for this week, and O. 8. Relley, secretary, has ordered and will distribute dozens of special pennants and banners for store fronts and windows cooperating with the event. The purpose of Dollar, Days is simply .to. make special offers of merchandise ' that as pear tha actual coat .plus, han WILL ORGANIZE COUNTY SAFETY COUNCIL, THUR. W. Earl Hall To Speak in High School At 7:30 P. M. PLAN ELECTION AT MEETING'S CLOSE Mason City Editor To Speak Thursday The Algona Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the organization of the Kosauth County Safety Council as n part of the Safety Program ,of the Iowa State Safety Council. Everyone is invited and urged to attend this Initial meeting Thursday and urge friends, associates and officers that they should likewise attend. We consider the matter of safety of paramount Importance and for that renson we hope to have a good representation for the meet- Ing. It Is unnecessary to point out the many ways in which an organization of this kind can be made effective in the higMWny snfety prflgram nnd other safety matters, I Many arc familiar with the ex-! tellent work of the Iowa State Safety Council in less than one car of existence and we, of Kosuth County, should officially be haring In that work. The speaker of the evening will c VV. Earl Hall, managing editor of the Mnson City Globe-Gazette, nnd president of the Iowa State Safety Council. Other officers at- endlng will be Phil Sproul, executive secretary of the State Safe:y Council, Chief Hattery, and Assistant Chief Nestle, and several patrolmen of the lown Highway Patrol. W. Earl Mall, editor of the Mnson City Globe-GtizcttP, will be the featured speaker here Thursday evening when a Kossuth safety-first meeting will bo held, under the Chamber of Commerce auspices, nnd a county setup organized. SLIGHT EDGE IN DEMO FAVOR IS LOCAL OUTLOOK Both Major Parties In a Whirlwind Finish and Canvass DICKINSON RESULT SPECIAL INTEREST thsnt, Bona even lose money on the ' Items. But the principle of sponsoring the special daya when the general public can realize on unusual bargains Is a sound one, and Algona merchants are mighty glad to be able to work together in this manner. Again we say, don't forget DOLLAR DAYS, and whether you come Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, whatever you do, don't fail to take advantage of these opportunities this week. WORKERS READY TO OPEN DRIVE FOR RED CROSS Drive to Open Nov. 11 Bertha Johnson, Leader Buy County Purchase of a new «rji ractor and UM in aw&ty Date October 2U October 27 October 28 October 2» October 30 October 31 November 1 High Low Rain .30 19 45 20 63 30 35 22 46 76 .81 58 60 63 46 01 36 IConday, November 2, rain was falling in Geo. Free Buys Garner Drug Store George Free, who ban baan pharmacist at tbe James Drug for tbe past several yearn, made a deal Friday in which he purcluuMd, th« former E. J. Wilson .drug store at Garner. He took poaa«MUra at uopn Saturday- Mrs. Fra* and thair two children will Join him at Owrnar in tbe near future. Algona frteod* will be sorry to tut Uam laav« Algooa, but ar« gad to ««• Qeorga gat «mi»hUriMd to a ' tnass olio* own. MEDICS ADD TO INFORMATION ON PARALYSIS CASES The following information has come to light since our infantile paralysis story of last week. Dr. O. J. Clapsuddle of Hurt reports that there are but four cases of infantile paralysis in Hurt, none of which have been sick leas than seven weeks. There is no family with more than one cose; also there was no contact among any of the cases before iiickne^/i. He stated there were never 7 cases reported because there ure only -1 cases and these have been reported to the state board of health. Those .stricken with the disease ure Barbara Thompson, 11 years old; Jean Gettman. 21 months old; the little Griesu girl, age 10, and J. Grahams' boy, a senior in high hchool. There is also another cane of paralysis in Burt that is not infantile paralysis zut a paralysis due to injury received in the head by falling out of bed. This is the rase of the little Ward boy, aged 5, and the paralysis is in the left tide of the face and the right leg. At this time the little fellow is improved und has been given permission to go back to school. IJr. CreUmeyer was quoted by mistake in last week's paper. He saw only two of the lour cases in Burt and had never seen two members with the infantile paralysis in the same family. Dr. Walter Fruser of Algonu had this to May about the disease: "In addition to the information you published lajit week about infantile paralysis it might be well for the public to know that there is being used u method of prevention developed and advocated by the U. S. public health service in the Alabama-Tennessee epidemic. "U an epidemic tihould occur here, it would be well to adopt the method. It is entirely harmless and might be found very useful." Legion Meeting Here Postponed Hagg Post No. 90 of the American Legion hba postponed iu regular meeting from Tuesday evening to Wednsiday evening, Nov. i. This change was decided upon because Tuesday will be election day. R. J. "Skin" Laird, former Algon- iaa and now of Des Molnes, will M MM installing officer, for the fswJy »tet»4 «OJc«rs. He la now *W»iba*i«t adjutant for the L« flfrWP^ 1?P Annual Red Cross Roll Call wit be held in Kossuth county start- Ing November II. county official*) have announced this week. Uertha K. Johnson, Algonn, is chairman of the Roll Call, and has announced the following people as (insisting in their respective communities in the drive. Algona, fir*t ward—Mrs. Joel Herbst und Airs. M. W. Jucoljstm Algonri. second ward — Lillian Granzow and Mrs. H. Holmes Algona, third ward—Mrs. Theo. Hutchison. Algona. fourth ward—Mrs. L. W. Fox. Bancroft—Mrs. George Carmean Fenton—Mrs. Will Weisbrod. I.ukotu—Mrs. Vera Williams. l.cdyard—Mrs. Tice Brack unc Mr-,. Kd Halverson. Lone Rock—Mrs. Willis Cotton. LuVerne—Mrs. Frances Etinon. Hwea (^'ity—Mrs. Ida Larson. Titonk.i -Mrs. Let O. Wolfe. Wesley--Mrs. L. L. Lease. Whittemore--Mrs. H. E. Woodward. As an extra feature of cooper ntioji in the drive, the Cull theatre i.s going to run u short n'lrn of Shirley Temple, in which Shirley makes an appeal for the Rec Cross. The film will l,e on the C'all screen on Nov. b, « and 10. HOCiK ii": t li^Ut butch., MO-1GO ..$6.00-6.50 Bust light butch., 160-180 .. 6.50-7.8. r P.'-sl li'iht butch., 180-200 ... 8.50 l.i.-it ii;,iu bat n., 200-250 8.70 Best light butch., 250-270 .... 8.GO M-d ii. ;ivy, 270-325 Ibs. 8.10 Butchers, 350-400 Ibs 8.00 Packing sows, 800-350 7.75 CATTLE t' •.. '; iT'tll.- 5.00-6.00 Canners and cutters ... 2.50-3.DC K.-il .-.U'<T.; . ... 7.00-S.OO Fat yearlings 7.00-7.50 Hulls ... 3.50-4.25 Fill cows .. 3.25-4.25 GRAIN No. 4 yi>llow corn $ .95 No. 4 mixed coru No. 4 white corn 95 No. 2 white corn 1.00 No. 2 yellow corn 1.00 No. 2 mixed coru 99'-: No. 3 yellow corn, new 97 No. 3 white, new 97 No. 3 white oats, 30 Ibs 38'i Barley, No. 3 1.10 26c 22c 18c 33c 31c 34c lie 8c .. 9c lie Rewrites Of Ntwt From Lett Friday't Konuih County Advance KIQ1IT IN A IJ8T of 30 petit | urors chosen to serve In the November court term will be women. The list selected follows: the term commence November 24. Mcrlyn Anderson, Swea City; Mrs. Axel Bratlund, Bancroft; Anna BUSH, Algona; Howard Bollig, Kcnton; Irene Corle, Algona; Mary ClnU, St. Benedict; Chas. Dunn, Ledyard; J. E. Dyer, Algona; Martin Duffy, Jr., Whittemore; Agnes Klscheldi ' Algona; Ole Elllngson, West Bend. A. T. Foth, Bancroft; Leota M. Irvlngton; 'Dan Greene, Weeks of political turmoil came to a climax today, as the nation went to the polls to decide either for or against The New Deal of President Franklin D. Roosevelt In Kossuth county, the heaviest vote In the history of this section Is expected. Even the absent voters' ballots have been coming In from all quarters in greater numbers than ever before. Both major parties, democrat and republican, through their ag- : gressive county committees headed by Bob Harrington and Luke Linnan, have spared neither efforts nor energy in their quest or supremacy. . Dickinson's Home County One of the local votes that will be watched with special interest, both here and nationally, will be the final on the Dickinson-Herring fight for United States senator. "Dick's" vote in his home county may not indicate what the final outcome will be, but It will be interesting to see bow he fares at the hands of his closest neighbors. Dlckinson'o campaign has been one of determined aggression, and he has neither yielded nor given ground from his earlier pronouncements and beliefs with regard to. the present administration, and his record as senator during that time. Political forecasters who have In nome cases conceded the state to Roosevelt aa against Landon, have been unwilling to make predictions regarding the state ticket. That Kossuth .countjr Itself would probably cast a heavier 'democratic vote than republican seemed llke- Th« .statement Is printed bere- Klrs*j. Boa»; Jfohn Ments,>« nt w-1 ijuTTust a" matter of observation, Leaiidcr Menke, Bancroft; MIk«|, t Meme a that the temper of the Mcrgen, Whittemore; H. F. Mlt- J majority, even If by a small mar\ was going,to be Jn Roosevelt's \v>tfcy; Pdter Codfredson, Ban- e,Mtt;< *h«r«ifi ^Hjtwatt,.!' W ' " "~ "" ir lay. Lono Roc-It; Morton Roawon, I City; Lorrnz Schiltz, Ban-1 f nvori and that of course may car- rrnft; It. I* Simpson. Lone RoHc: Ktrphon Tjadcn, Titonkn; Lottie Vogel Hurt; Wendcin Weber, Lakota. * * * K111TUK I1AKOLD CLARK, of Bancroft, nnd Mrs. Clark, will long rcmrrnbcr the month of October, i ney achieved both parenthood unit ownership of the Register in I. ni' pust muntn. Their Hon, I'l.mrm, was born Oct. 17. Announcement of the mile of the r plant and building to and Harold V. Clark Was made in lu«t week's Register. * * * HT. I'AUL'S EVANGELICAL Lutheran church, Whjtternore, dedicated the installation of u new pipe organ, Sunday. Rev. W. H. DUcher is pastor of the church, and a committee of fivet K O. Ilann, Erwin Siems, H. W. Behnke, P, L. Jcuuen and Rev. Uiiicher, made preliminary surveys und handled details. * • * (iKA.Vr S( 'HOOK'S new $2-1,000 ailditiuii was dedicated lust week. Swcu City hand gave; a con- curl, and a .lie made children. given by A (illtl., 11, Buffered un eye injury when she was scratched by u cut. The little girl was Betty Courtney, daughter of Mr. and Mra. VV. K. Courtney. The eyelid WHS torn HJid the ball of the rye i ut. I'MION T\VP. WOUKN have u law one. They ure promoting or il.se belli;.; included in u "dish towel chain club." The idea is that you tend a dish towel to the first person appearing on your list, »cnd three of your friends a curd und tell them to do likewise, adding your own name to the bottom of tint list, and evenually, you in turn receive 27 dish towels. What next? • * * AN KAIt OF COK.N knocked out H. T. Subin of Irvington. He and his Bontj were throwing ears into the wagon, and one plunked by tne of the boy* hit him. He wu.s surprised to lind an ear of corn could pack such a wallop. + * * WE8LKV I'ONUKKUATIONAL church observed its ,ooh unnivers- iry, a week ago Sunday, witli special services and programs. ry down through the state and Into the county ticket. In the matter of nation-wide forecasts, the general public will be given a chance to see whether or not the Literary Digest poll results will hold water. The Digest forecasts Lamlpn's election by n. fairly large majority. " The American Institue of Public Opinion, however, headed by Dr. George Gallup, which takes a similar survey, U giving the battle to Rooa- evelt by a considerable margin. One thing is certain; somebody is wrong. , County Effort* Dnusual Efforts of candidates from this county to secure votes have been unusual, in that they have worked so hard. Some candidates have even been around the county several times, almost making house-to-house canvasses aa they went. In Algona, during the past few days, thousand* of campaign cards have been left in doors, windows are blanketed with posters, and radios are bellowing at the top of their tube-power—everybody wants to save the nation. Unfortunately this newspaper goes to press Tuesday forenoon, just about 12 hours before anything definite on the outcome of any county races ar« known. A table of summarized county results will be carried next week. Rotariam Vote Landon An Edge Koturian tested the political winds Monday noon at their luncheon, and found that Alf M. London, the Kansas Coolidge, was a presidential preference over Franklin Roosevelt, the squire of Hyde Park, by a vote of 28 to 23. Harry Brown, connected with the Iowa Highway Patrol drivers' license department^, spoke on the subject of safety, at a program given over to a study and discussion of saving lives on the highways Cupid Slows Down Only one wedding license luu been Issued ut Uie court house In the pa&t few days. It was obtained by Henry E, Ristau of LuVerne und Lucille Mon&on of Livermore, Oct. 30. Hennerys .................... No. 1 No. 2 Cash cream — No. 1 ............... No. 2 Sweet POULTBV Hena, 4\» Ibs. up Leghorns bens Springs, Leghorn Springs, 5 Ibs. and over Fish Escapes Stringer; Caught 2 Months Later Early this fall, about two months ago, E. V. Pierce and Lloyd Wellendorf of Algona, went up to Okoboji for an evening of fishing. Pierce caught a fine walleye and uot having his .stringer along, put his prize on Wellendorf's stringer. When they got through fishing and WeHendorf waded out of the water, he noticed his nsh were gone, including Pierce'x big walleyed pike. His rope stringer had parted. A few tears were ahed, and Pierce vuwtd never uguin to asc a burrowed stringer. But listen; luat Saturday evening, Torkcl Hill of Story City and Mr. Wellendorf went up to Okoboji to hunt ducks and also do a little fishing Wellendorf got a hard strike and reeled iu u one big walltje with part of Mr. WellendtuTa stringer atill attached. It was the same fish, and the catch was made within 100 feet of where it had been caught the first time. Now, Mr. Ripley. let'u see you draw a cartoon to go with the story.
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