DEATH PLUCKS TWO WEST BEND WOMEN, BOTH AGED 84 YEARS Hfw, John Bennitiger and Iftw. Fred Peh Passed West B«id: Th* funeral of Mr*. John Bennlngref, who lived with he* soft north of town, was held Sunday At the Apostolic church. Burial was in the church cent* etery. Her husband passed away a year ago. She is survived by a number of grown sons and daughters. She was 84 years old and had been suffernlg from heart trouble since August. Mrs. Fred Feh, 84 years old, passed aWray Saturday at her home two miles north of town, the result Of pneumonia. Funeral services were held Monday at the Apostolic church. Her husband died about twenty years ago. She has resided on the home farm with her two sons. Miss Ruth Needing returned to her school duties at Dubuque Saturday. Miss Mary Zaugg has been very HI with pneumonia at her home here the past few days. Ted Munson returned to his work at Hollandalc. Minn., after spending the holiday) with his parents. Miss Ruth Struthers is enjoying a week's vacation from her duties at the George Emerson restaurant Mr. and Mrs. John Munson had ns dinner guests. New Year's, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munson and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daubendlek, who left for California the last of December, have arrived safely according to word received here. ;**>- ij* IV * *A Secretaiy's and Treasurer's Auditing Report of Kossuth County Mutual Fire Insurance Association ; Annual Meeting to be Held at Court House on ; January 12,1937, at 10 a. m. INCOME Ledger Assets December 9, 1935 -v- -— $56-577.49 1036 assessment collections t 2 *' 3 * 9 ** Dividends from closed banks 604.65 Interest ._ - ™-« Rents 270.00 Policy & contingent fees on new & renewed business 2,811.93 Mr. and Mrs. ftay Selli »nd fern- ily and Mrs. George Bell, of Fort Dodge spent New Tear's at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. fi. Groves. Mrs. Emily Fisher Is spending some time at the home of her sen, Walton, at Omaha, also with her daughter, Lulu, who Is a nurse there. Ben Walker has been ill with the flu since Tuesday; Mrs. Justina Hoskln was ill with the flu. Both are of the store force at the McFarland store. M'ss Rita Sweeney and Cleophus Derner drove to Lake Park and Milford Friday to visit Rita's sister. Mrs. Fognrty at Lake Pnrn, and his parents nt Milford. Miss Dorothy Miller returned to Iowa State Teachers' College; John Schutter to Iowa City and Miss Irene Mikes, Sunday, after spending their vacation, at Home. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos, Mr. and Mrs. J. Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence'Munson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Justice. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shell- myer were among the employees of the Hakes Company who attended a New Tear's banquet at the Wahkonsa hotel in Fort Dodge. All report a fine time and a good feed. LONE ROCK HOMES START NEW YEAR WITH MUCH ENTERTAINING Total Income DISBURSEMENTS ItS losses paid $28,561.05 Inspecting and adjusting expense 286-55 Directors' meetings 26.W Reinsurance Secretary and assistant secretary Rent - — State fees - Bank charges »».56 Secretary and assistant secretary's bond 3l-w> Bond Insurance - J*|-** Advertising, printing and stationed 27»-°T Telephone and postage - jj8i-«? Office equipment »«-™ Building expenses - a* 2 - 83 ^ Total Disbursements |," LEDGER ASSETS I", "i" Book value of Real Estate owned $19,000.00 Book value of U. S. Bonds 80,000.00 Ca*3t In office 1B - B<I in bank iNovember to, St. Joe Folks At West Bend Girl's Shower St. Joe: A large number from his vicinity attended a pre-nup- .ial shower in honor of Agatht Wolfe, daughter of Henry Wolfe o; West Bend, Sunday afternoon, at he West Bend Legion hall. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Charles Plathe of St. Joe for bridge, Mrs Joe Priester of Whittemore in five hundred and Regina Thilges of West Bend, door prize. Miss Wolfe received many useful and pretty gifts. She was married to Paul Ludwig in Sts Peter and Paul's Catholic church in West Bend on Jan. 5th at 9 o'clock A wedding dance was given thi same evening in the American Le gion hall in West Bend. Parents of Twins Mr. and Mrs. William Hamme ere the parents of twin girls born Dec. 25th. They were baptized Janet Ann and Joyce Elaine. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bait of LeSeuer, Minn., and Anna Kayser and Peter Erpeldlng. The Hammers have two other children, Darwin, 8, and Herbert, 3. St Joseph parochial school reopened Tuesday morning after the holiday vacation. Tom Devlne and son, Bob, trucked two loads of cattle to Sioux City for John B. Reding, Monday. Allda Thilges, who Is taking nurses' training at Iowa City, spent a two weeks' holiday vacation with relatives here. John B. Reding accompanied by 30,537.30 his father, Mike Reding, Onrille Wagner and Barney Frankl drove o Sioux City Tuesday morning. Margaret Erpeldlng went to thi Mayo clinic In Rochester, Minn ast week and will undergo a majo operation on Monday of this week 28,806.66 $85,384.15 Lone Rock: txrtttft<**« 9 Aining or being entertained in ot£ r homes for New tears wwo: the William Nelson« at the Theo. Ja- obsehs, HumboMi: the Henry «?chroeder9, the Carl Wieners and the Roy Chrlnohil'M family, Fen,-n, at the H. A. Wiener; the Hugh Walshes, William O'Donnell ons Dick and Thomas, at Bet :i »rd O'Donnells; Mr. Mid Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer, Charles Dutmer ar,d Mr. and Mrs. Art* Dlttmer at he Edward Dittmer homo, Hurt; Wr. pnd Mrs. Korl Ackerman, Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, Mr. ana Mrs. Robert Ackerman, all of Hurt, Lilian Ackerman ana C. W. Heerdt, Mgona, and the Frank Flaists. at the J;m Ackarnuns; Mr. a".«! Mrs. M E Blanchard, the Edward Blan- chnrds, Irvington, Howard Blanchard, Des Moines, Aletha Forbes, Clarion, Mrs. Roy Zunkle, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Zunkle, Mrs. Grace Blanchard, Algona, her sister, Mrs. Agnes Cook, Fairmont, Lemlng, Hampton, Mr. mt. and Ifafc A. B. eft Monday for Gibbon, Nebraska, wh«re they will attend the funeral of Mrs. Newbrough'S slater, Mrs. Elmer Thompson. Nevin Bowen, Waterloo, and srmit Cram, Watertown, Soul* Dakota, visited last week with thelf rence day. Jfcworth L««gttt *ftettib*tt taitt«4 at A New rat's *v* pAfty Ift the M. E. cRattsn «*««• ment Ur». Mary MJtt^iptnt *«*« to SattfJfif witt W* B«ttenw and fraternity brothers, Gordon Blanchard. Donald and Geraldine and'Mrs iwi»i*iif£i »»*•••• j--—— T — . , Alex Krueger, George and Murle Long, Mrs. Mary Branson, Hiram Ackerman, Hurt, and the Lawrence Newbroughs, all at the Fred Genrich home; Mr. and Mrs. A. V Newbrough, with relatives at Hum boldt, their nephew, Clifford Gar rison returning with them; th Rev and Mrs. Thomas Ahrend: and family at the C. R. LaBarres Algona; the Jim Longs at Ralph Thompsons; the Lyle Marlows a E. C. Bierstedts, Burt; Mr. am Mrs. Leo Jaskulke accompanied the William Jaskulkes, Bancroft, to the Herman Jaskulke's, Armstrong; the Alton Hulberts, Whittemore, and the Ornie Behrends family, at the Ora Hulberts; the Leland Han- tlemans, Fenton, at the Emu Laabs; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ortman and son, Ronald, Burt, Mrs. Walter Thompson and sons, Mrs. Llllie Thompson and daughter, Neva, Mrs. Martha Rath and son, Lawrence at Chris and Albert Shas- ers; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuhn at Ben Guenthers, Estherville. Gladys Nelson returned to her work at Chicago Friday. Helen Ford, Whittemore, called on kathryn Stebrltz last Thursay. Jess Marlow, Woden, spent Frl- lay and Saturday at the Lemuel Marlows. Margaret Householder, Rlngsted, Total ledger assets LIABILITIES 04,846.85 None Net Resources November 30, 1936 54,846.85 $85,384.15 TREASURER'S REPORT The Treasurer's Report corresponds to the Secretary's Report except that checks No. 1528 for $75.00, No. 1529 for $31.78 and No. 1533 for $2328 are outstanding at this time. Checks No. 1098 for $5.40, No 1107 for $4500. No. 1209 for $5.50, and No. 1211 for $17.20 reported ouUtand Ing the report of last year have been cashed. We. the undersigned committee, have this 9th day of December, 1936 examined the Secretary's and Treasurer's accounts of 1936 and find them correct . mcK BORMANN HUGH HERMAN L. S. BOHANNON Mrs. R. t* Dransfeldt returned Sunday from spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Davlson, Mason City. Mrs. Dransfeldt drove there Thursday. Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, daughters JCleanor .->nd Retty, Algona, and Mrs. H.'S. Struble and daughters, Catherine and Janet, Vinfon, called at the Rev. Thomas Ahrends home last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Flaig entertained at dinner last Thursday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Attending were the Jim Ackermans, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, Lillian Ackerman and C. W. Heerdt of Algona. The Eugene Pearsons had as last Friday evening dinner guests, Mrs. C. W. Pearson, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Vaux and two children, Stlllman Valley, Illinois. Mrs. J. Dcmu«ey, R(':^!»t>>d, spen f . Monday at the Pearson home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe entertained at dinner Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Priebe, the Edward 3 riebes, all of Fenton, Mr. and itrs. William Fischer and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Carr, Lake Crystal, Minn., and Grace Acker- on, Pillage, Minn., spent the past week at the Clarence Ackersons. Gerald and DeEtta Nemmers, of Sancroft, spent from last week Tuesday till Saturday at the Acker- on home. Mrs. Merle Jergenson, Ledyard, md Hugo Worthington drove to Reform, Arkansas, last week get- ing Mrs. Lee Estel. On their re,urn trip they stopped at Fort Dodge, getting Mrs. Carl Wlebusch, all returning here to the Mrs. Lilian Worthington home. Students returning to their respective colleges are Eugene Blanchard to business college. Mason Gordon Blanchard to State family. Altft OlMtaghaJft, etftfioysd M of- fle* girt 1ft tltt Ford Garage here* "pVnt the week with her parents In AlgBn*. Mr. and Mr». ttlri ThW»«Md of Armrtrottg were New Year's day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Der- Kern.' pent Friday and Saturday here with relatives. Mrs. Martha Rath and son, Lawrence spent Saturday at the Harvey laths, LuVerne. Eva Freer was a last Thursda: evening dinner guest at the W. J Weisbrods, Fenton. Mrs/Raymond Blerstedt and son Donald, spent the week end at th C. E. SIgsbees, Burt. Lillian Coombes spent from las Thursday evening until Sunday a her home at Clear Lake. Dale Earing, Bancroft, spen from last Thursday until Sunday a the home of Mrs. Evelyn Earing. Ernest Krueger and daughter, Ruth, Burt, were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Morris home. The Jim Ackermant were New •*<Wurti*W» dtttner guests at to* August X. Peterson home, Swea City. Jalla O'Donnell returned to Her ™~*— - - " -3~~.' HIDES and FUR Muster*!* Mink, fUe*xi«»lt«f *** Silver Foxw, Skunk and Badger Florence weisbrod entertained Eva Bier, a teacher In the Loft* Rock school, at dinner last Thursday evening. The Harry Wlddel family and Dr. and Mrs. B. tC.-Bahnson were entertained at the Howard Reeder home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Zumaeh were 6 o'clock dinner guests on New Year's day at the C. W. Morck home In Algona. Rev. Wessel of Burt entertain ed at dinner Saturday evening Mr and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and their daughter, Florence. Florence Anderson of Swea City, who spent the past two weeks here with her sister, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, returned home Sunday. Mathilda Kressln returned to Lake Mills, Saturday, where she is primary teacher. EInora Pompe accompanied her to that place. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer entertained the A. J. Krause, Alfred Schmidt, and Richard Hengel families and Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes and Mrs. Minnie Dreyer on New Year's day. *** Joe Greenberg Teachers, Cedar Falls; Maynard Genrlch, Iowa State college, Ames; June Blerle to her school near" Rock Rapids; Vera Morris to her school at Cowrie; Muriel Ahrends to State Teachers' College, Wayne, Nebraska. FENTON NEWS sons of Mr. and Mrs. William Ham mer spent the holiday vacatlo with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beng of Bradgate, their grandparents. Henry Loerwald and childre and Peggy Gales and Agatha an Edward Thilges spent the holiday with Mr. Loerwald's relatives a Lindsay, Texas. They planned on 80 n, Frank, all of Fenton, were a two weeks' stay. | Sunday guests of Theo. Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and son, and family. Robert, Adeline Erpelding and Mrs.' ( , ,. , n John Thill from Whittemore, left Monday evening from Bode by train for a four weeks' visit with relatives at Lindsay, Texas. home at Campus, III., last week Tuesday after visiting with her father and family. The Clarence Theesflelds, Hertha Ruhnke, Mrs. Arthur Mueller and Krueger Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson of Burt spent Sunday at the Carl Kern home. Hlldegarde Kabelltx returned to nurses' training at Cedar Rapids Saturday evening. Rosemary Finnestad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Is m.wttb chicken-PQ»». - ,,---• Dorothy Wichtendahl spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Bolllnger. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Schmidt and family near Lone Rock. Claire, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bolllnger, returned to Des Moines Friday to resume his college work. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger attended the funeral of Mrs. Law- Notice of Sheriff's Sal6 STATfc OF IQWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, fs. 1BB22. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kosauth County. Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the ISth day of December. 1936, In favor of Home Own- era' Loan Corporation a« plaintiff, and against William A. Ladendorff and Lolla Q. Ladendorff, husband and wife as defendants, for the sum of Fifteen Hundred Sixty-One 94-100 ($1501.94) Dollars and costs, taxed at Eighty & 76-100 ($80.76) Dollars and accruing costs. [ have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said William A. and Lolla O. Ladendorff to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: Lot Four (4) In mock Fourteen (14) of Davidson's First Addition to Burt, Iowa. And I will proceed to sell said property, or so mueh thereof as may he necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruing costi nt public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash. In hand, on the 26th day of January. 1937. at the east door of the Court House In Algona. In Kossuth County, Iowa at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., o said day. whuh and where due at tendance will be given by the un * this 23rd day of December 1938 ' CARL DAHLHAUSER. Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa Br C. J. CTTLLEN, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon ft Llnnan Plaintiffs Attorneys. 1- COLD WEATHER. is ON THE WAV- Order Your Supply Now! ature drops, the value of Peerlew Chemfc- col Processed Coal goes up. It give* an even, lasting Heat that provides ideal comfort in every room and at the same time, does away with much furnace-tending. DEPENDABLE FUEL FOR YOUR FUBNACE Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool blhnouqk tki Uldnl Qd> Nick Krieps Better Union: Nick Krieps is up and around now following a set back from the flu. He was ordered to bed for a week by his doctor being very close to pneumonia. FX FACTS and FIGURES ABOUT ONE DAY'S WORK (Monday, January 4,1930) NUMBER CHECKS CHAIN JED TO OUR OWN CUSTOM KR'S ACCOUNTS 2,285 (written by our <-us1oinors and drawn on their aecounts) DEPOSITS M AI )]•: B V O U R O W N CUSTOMERS , ---45b (each of which frt-quciitly includes many checks) OUT OF TOWN CHECKS, DEPOSITED BY OUR REGULAR CUSTOMERS 866 (drawn on banks other than our own) DAY'S TOTAL 3,607 NOTHING UNUSUAL, but conclusive evidence that when our bank c-an handle 3J>07 separate items, dealing in all forms of business and financial transactions, as part of the day's work, it is, we believe, HANDLING BUSINESS WITH THE SPEED AND ACCURACY EXPECTED BY OUR CUSTOMERS. Iowa State Bank (MEMBEB FEDEKAJU DEPOSIT INSURANCE COWOBATION) B. B. Miller. Pres. H. L. GUmore, Cashier Roy McMahon, Awt. Cash. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Hoard of Supervisors H'ct pursuant t(i ! ,<lj..ui-iu«erit NUtH all im.inU,". t Jl .«» l>ur -lity w A.VIM. lYl'vm'll-1 N'AMK v'llTm. ..... ____ ...... K. II. l«. i .r..HU-y I'ri'rorf -------- -"--- ____________ frunk imnwi.rth .'...., __ . __________ Hni-vey Uriiliain .vritnii -------- " _______ W- •••'• • s " >mt>r i, VII ------------------- I—I ___ -A. H. uiiruii ' -------------- " - :>m_u Hock wea City — '" ! " n Win. O. KlaiB l». C. tilii» ~ - ___________ . --- _______ Ihno H . tleorde» I"-"----- frank W. Klfert iud, ___________ "»' H. Hanson lurn.i.j ------------ ^ ___ \Vesluy llornliura •v.sn,""' ----------- "-1- ______ Churlcs l.lndh..r»t itMo --------- -- ___ o w u crgBre n :ji^i'- ---- - ---------------- ,,. t . \\uBuiier •Tr lel'i -------------------- "--- M»» ^hiTmlun turllftM ---- . -------------------- .... ,,,,„,,,>/ ^L-t .— --------------- . --------------- !-------- ~~ l.nlyaril ncoln liunkofn I,. Ituynulils Marvin Var*ke . A. llar.slow I.. C. HuK'hlns J. Hartshorn "W. H. .1'iittersim Aculrew KH*rt -- 10"! Ctin.inlit.-ra IJAVS 110 •J'i'-I •Ji-1/20 17", •.•:i-:i/l u r-l/10 11 is^i 36-3/1 1«", 4 •.•3-3/1 21 '4 39-1/20 33-1/1 :!(.•,- 1 .•-. 30-3/1 'J\-l/l 4t 30 H 3H-3, 'I 3S-1/IO 1'imii « r«-* w u stl . wiir t I'dl'tlaliil -- Ottu \Vulf Priilrlu _ A j c'ugluy IMm-ty • -- .r'lIoiiiiiM Graham Jtlvel-M.ile _ _ j w Kollll* S.-111-.-a - -- - __ p,, u | I'ullllptt :Mi<.-i-ii>.in | |, jiiiiktiriiieii.-r 1_IIH-I"-I- -~ Henry c. ISB.20 135.20 111.10 3fi.70 156.30 'if! .'70 1 II). Mil 12S.-.-0 m..;o 176.00 HI .1" iii !io U'.iill 123.':0 1 j:i.20 17U.OU 133.20 l'j:i .30 1 '.Vi no i m. i« in .10 IV.!..IU ll'i.W We must clear our store of these sets. They won't last long at this price. Comeearlyforyourcholce. Nationally known makes —Mantel and Console models—As is We've slashed the price on all used radios. They must gol Sensational values in each, group. You'll find nationally known radios at only a fraction of their original cost. The tubes in many are worth more than we're asking for the complete set. Bargains galore in this group. All nationally known seta—Majesties— R. C. A.'a, and others. Worth much more than the price we ask but mutt be sacrificed., to clean up stocks. All. alifinnan that (Jeorp Y:i«i-r l« per- "'Motion >•>- Baltfc-man a,,,l 2ml l.y Cost-rove that Kini.m H. KlUworlh •idow* l' 1;l 'f''.' llMl( ^ I .",}' l ' 1l ' ( ' 1 '"!, 1n ,| A |l'y' ! 'i»iiUiii that Secondary Koad District N». 74 ],,- pl.icisi on Illi.-. Ayus: All- official boiuls of I'eurl ... kY..'fV"f nu ,•'"iJu'i'ou"ami William H. iffi-klef. f«r 1500.00 b. approved. H",2iVn l.y M»u.n ...•• ">»,%,?' 'Wr^X&t A™"™ «"&& u^a!; 11 ^.,' ^!,'V,"or^^l. 1 ^. '"te^f «tf inilt, Ajre* All. S ™$^'fa* U K"$ -STeffi^t fr ad^urnaniont with ljuurd a' Auditor's Office. Dec. US. 1936. Board nt Buptrvlnorn met uursu- int to a..ljuurnnieiit with tlie (ol- uvvlnK mtinbers pruac-nt. Balge- nan, fTotntruve. Morris and McDon- ild. ALst-nt: Bauin. Motion l<y Morris and second by •ortitrove that Secondary Road Pet- lion No 375 bt placed on flle. Aye«: Motion by Balgeman and second \,v Cutticrovti tliat I he official bond* of Karl Klnaey 15000; Otto Wolf, ir,dO; 1). C. Kill*. »500: A. E. O«ren, $SO« I.e auproved Aye». all. Motion by Morris and aecono by lialKi-inan that tl.e Utxea on Lota 4 and 5 and « Block « Bufcll'a 2nd Addition to Burt an.l Division of Illoi k 1 and 2 Buell'ii addition to Hurt: on r.ot » Block 2 El«hiney'» Addlllop, l.uVernft, Ino.; on Ix>t« 7 and >i Block 2 Call's Addition. Bancroft. Inc.: or Houth one-third of 1.1,1 1 Block 2 Nicholson's 2nd Addition to Burt and on LoU 6, 6 7 8. Block 2 Bean's Addition to Btirt Inc., be lucpended. Aye*: all Motion by Balgeman and »econ< by MorrU that the commUutoner* il'utftate. lilnhwaya and rail•k A. M. Monday. Ixscenibei B. .1. Butler. County Auditor A.C. AND BATTERY OPERATED MODELS Never before an opportunity like this. Mantel and Console Radios — All in working condition and ready to operate. Hours of enjoyment at practically no cost. An extra radio for kitchen, workshop, or den. FIRST COME... FUST SERVED. While they bst!- f 160.00 to 9200.00 was the original price of many sets in this group. Nationally known makes—All in excellent condition. You'll find wm« rare values in this group. , Your choice at only— report on Drainage DUtrlct 10* and Drainage District «3 be. P^ced on tile and approved and ^tbat^ &* ail''tract/oTland, real f»'f nte ' D ^«[S: ways and ra lroad» wltbm Draln- a«e b'.tflct No. «3 and » percent 14 • on the tract* of 0 »W' ilmi •cau&et!8inei:t on inu n«.vfc» w* «•—-•• .eal estate, hlifhways apd railroad* within Drainage W.trlct No. 10» according to comml»»loner» report. Ayes: alt Motion by MorrU and *««.n<I by CotKrove that the official bond of Delia Welter for |500 be approved. Kfnt Inn hv Rfl Iirftlttftll ftQd 8OCQH4 by Mo?3. that JrV John Hutcbln- gon. local lr.ve»tlicat.or tor <>"•«• pension be given »IO to be ""<•»* a revolving fund to pay^old a*c pension ta* for thoa* UMbto *»!>•/ before receiving their p*n*lon. On motion board adjourned -r—f 9:00 a. m. Saturday. January XaO, 1»37. _ :V,f, ; GAMBLE STORES M r t i'\ P Bud Bwwd, MMWI9 L.
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