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In Want Ad. wjjjji •rron or* eoll*d to our attention oft*r FIRST Insertisn *of ad and th*n ; for ONLY th* ONE lncorr*tt tniwtlon. : PROSPECT 7-34.31 f*flBv*tlon itfld •print wotk. CbbH Mattrei* CO. South WtlhifiKtoe. Phofle Mar. 4-tf ATTENTION Caltlemeft. We caft sell you Range meal, Range cubes,: dairy feed, corn, oats and all grain on your drough emetv dy feed .certificate. Our pticare: right. Phone 7-2547. Hope Sports in Brief By Unitecl PreM NEW VORK Nashua won the Futurity Slukes and High Gun cajv tured ,the Manhattan handicap at Belrnbnt Park. Both Were ridden by Eddie Arcaro. CINCINNATI , The Cihcinnali Redlegs sold right-harider Karl Drews- to Oakland of the Pacific Coast lea'gxie. . " : , Feed Co. 7-6t JCE • Cream twelve flavors for your selection, open seven days and nights each week. Coles Double Dip,Ice Cream Store.' 8-6t For Sale Layasvay Open on TWKES-- BIKES AND ;, ;, DOLLS , OKLAHOMA TIRE &.SUPPLY , COMPANY. TOKYO, Ja^an Heinz Fatter er of Germany came within one tenth ot a second of. the world record for the lop-meter dash when, he was timed in lb.3 seconds in a met against Japanese athletes. , SYRACUSE, ,N. .. J. The Louisville Colonels of tho American Association won the Little World Series- b'y defeating the .Syracuse Chiefs .of the International League, 4-2, in the "sixth game. Undefeni Compton, Hornets Stihg Rattlers for Second Time Playing their" best game of the, season before a home crowd howling .for victory, the Blevins Hornets defeated the Murfreesboro Rattlers by a score of 2l to 18.. This was.the second triumph for the Hornets over the boys from Murfreesboro, having won 31 to 12 earlier in. the ROCHESTER, N.Y. cd Cisco Ahdi'ade of Calif., outpointed Henry Davis of Ipnolulu, T.H., .in iheir 10-round nationally-televised fight. SHARES SB »i ii<i*ts(.v, 1 .„ He-Fund/ liable from Hopei Star HtM'llt*) Km* EAR CORN Good quality $1.40 per bushel at crib. 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TF rtEBNDON CORNELIUS vBURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and 1 Oldest in South Call' 7^5505 lor our agent. , A23-1 Mo. MaU Help Wanted On* month .... Thr** month! Six monthi . SPINET Piano .Bargain. .We have a lovely'piano • in this vicinity .that.; we • Will transfer to reliable party who will take up monthly ' installments.' Write before Ve send truck. CREDIT MANAGER; JQPLIN, .PIANO CO.. 312 MAIN, JOPLIN, MO. 8-4t SUNDAY . MEXICO. CITY U. S. Tennis Stars Vic Serxas and Tony Trabcrt .ed the way in to .the quarter-finals of the ships. Pan-American champion- ST.- LOUISWiltie Mays'- and' Johnny. Antonelli v;orc named as the National League's player and pitcher .of the year by The Sporling News. ..... 36 HEREFORD ,cows 2nd calves, Registered Bull, Heifers 15-22 mo. springing,, Winnsbaro, Tex. Lou Myers, 3131 McKinney Ave. 'Dallas^Tex, - ' 8-6t NEW- YORK Officials of the Eastern Baseball lenguc voCted to operate . again in 195S. VIENNA, Austria',—. Russia won the -world Xveight ; lifting team championships despite record- breaking performances by Norbert Schemansky .and Tommy TCono .of the U.S. squad. ... ,„......; 1.60 , 2.60 1.10 ::±: i!§ ., 13,00 I'M dividing my Daylilies. Clumps ten to : 40" cents.. Red verbenas free. Arthur Gray, Ozen. 8-6t season. • ' Blevins kicked off and when the Rattlers fumbled,-Sieving recovered on the 30. Running plays took the pigskin to th6 one and the Rattler line held, taking over there. ,A bad pass from center was fumbled by a. Murfreesbqro back over the goal line and Blevins picked up two points on a safety. The Rattlers kicked from . the* twenty and Bryson returned to the 45. The first of the game'was replayed -as Murfreesboro fumbled back over the goal line, Lloyd recovering from , a touchdown. • Try for extra point was no good. Score: Blevins 8, Murfreesboro 0. Blevins kicked Off and the Rattlers returned to the 35 as'-the quarter ended. Murfreesboro first score came as Ballard plunged over the one, after Evans had completed a long pass to Hooker. A pass was incomplete for' extra ' point. •Murfreesboro kicked off and on the first play from Scrimmage,' Willis passed to' Smith for 70 'yards and a touchdown. Brysoh kicked the extra point. Blevins kicked off 'and the half ended with the Rattlers in posses sion on their'own 30. Murfreesboro scored again right after the half Ballard going over from the one. Try for extra point failed. The Rattlers scored again a few minutes later, after intercepting a Hornet pass, and'moving to the'3. Robert Evans hit the right side of the line Forks otTop of loop, to / Play Texas '•• By The Associated Press . DALLAS Arkansas, which was supposed to finish last, and Texas picked 'to take it all. crash at Austin Saturday .in the ..banner, game of the Southwest Conference's first full, week of championship play. Only things are somewhat different. Arkansas is the only un^ defeated team left in th eleague and has-won two conference games to insure itself against -closing out in the cellar no mntter what happens from now on. • •Texas loser-of two of four in- ersectional games, will be making ts conference star with. the faith ,f its followers a trifle shaken. Elsewhere all tho teams except Baylor turn from the intersectional vars for the urgent business of deciding who's best in the fight for he title. Once - beaten fd two passes to keep the drive alive. Walker's 61-yard quick kick set [he stage for the next Arkansas (ally. On the first- play after get tirig the ball Baylor's Allen Jones fumbled and Carpenter recovered for Arkansas on the Bear's 1*1. Arkansas scored on three running plays, with Walker slipping off tackle to tally. Baylor out the lend a . few . min- ttts later on Billy Hooper's passes and Allen Jones Vuns Jones skirt ed end to score and Charley Smith converted." ''"... Arkansas added another touch down? before the half after recov ering another -B.iyior fumble this one .by Bobby Jones the Bears second siting quarterback. Ford covered the ball for Arkansas or the ftaylor 38. ' - A pars from Walker to Carpenter which covered 31 yards : was good for the tpuchdb\Vri. • Baylor really started moving after the intermission. The Bears pushed i Arkansas ! all over the field to score twice in the third quai ter and take a 20-18 lead. Reuben Saag<v • a big, bruising fullback, did most of the damage Texas Christian and ended the. game 'as Baylor' ' SCRANTON, Pa. Plans were announced. for a nation-wide tour by 32 major league baseball players under the direction of Jimmy Fox. ELECTRIC -Motor: one sixth Horsepower, hundred ten volt. Good condition, price' $6.50. Coles Double Dip Ice -Cream Store. 8-3t J.947 , JEEP: Station Wagon, overdrive,' radio. Good condition. $310 ot-Best «tter. Phone 7-4597. ll-6t for the. touchdown and the Rattlers led 18 to 15. Blevins final score came in the last quarter as Worthy skirted his own right end for 30 yards and pay- ourneys tp. College Station Satur day afternoon to met Texas A&M which will Ik playing its first conference gafne. Rice and Southern Methodist battle in. their conference openr at - Houston Saturday night. ' Baylor,- loser to Arkansas 21-20 last week in its championship start.- plays -Washington of the Pacific Coast at Waco. The league's-interse'jtional record' for the season rests at 10 victories • against seven losses. Texas Christian beat .Southern California 20-7 and Southern Mcth- cdist thumped Missouri 25-6 to give the league an even break in last Week's .intersectional schedule Texas and Rice lost their games, Texas fell , before. -Oklahoma 14-7 while Rice was taking a. 13-7 drubbing from Wisconsin. Texas A&M lost to University of Houston 10-7 on Verie Cray's field goal in the last five minutes of play. Twice-beaten Texas Christian s upset • of ninth-ranked Southern Tech, A&M n Clear Way for October Date By The Associated Press Arkansas Tech and Arkansas A&M have cleared the docks for .heir Oct. 30 football date at Mon- :iccllo. The only two undefeated teams i the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference, Tech and both marked up their second conference triumph of the season over the IK 34-7 81 weekend. Tech walloped Ouaclii'a Arkadelphia Salur.-lay night after n slow start. Tho difference in the teams was a full load o£ talented reserves in Tech's ranks. The defending A1C champion slates. This week A&M : goes out of their victory at Arkadelphia. They beat Henders'on Statt; Teachers College 14-0 Friday night. . A&M 'and Tech should go into their Oct. 30 battle with clean slates.. This week AIM goes out ^f the conference for. a . game with leading ball Carrier for' the day Delta State of Mississippi. Techs' Saage plunged a yard to score Baylor's second touchdown and Smith again'converted. •:• Arkansas couldn't move after taking-the Idckoff. and Baylor took the ball and., drove for another tally. Hooper went around and from 'the two; 'It was after th'is scored that. Roberts blocked . the kick.. ... The- Razorbaeks were :movint goalward when the: drive. , stalled on the Baylor four with fourth down and two yards needed for a first. Wyatt sent Carpenter in to -kick and the junior blocking back p,i' the tee down on the'.12 and come through .with a be.iiiUful kick. Baylor started another drive, but once,.again, the Bears fumbled. Ar kansas got the ball and ran out the clock. -.''.'.' Wonder Boys, unbeaten in three games, play host_ to Arkansas State Teachers •msn't found a games dirt putting the Hornets in the_lead I California, was a-..national scnsa Rent FURNISHED 4 room apartment, "Electric fefi'igerator. Garage. No children. Jtlrs, Anna Judson; 520 N. 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Both teams tried desperately to score in the remaining minutes, but couldn't and the game ended,.with Blevins in possession of the ball in the 40. The Rattlers;-topped the Hornets, in first downs 13 to 12, but Blevins outgain- ed in rushing department 124 yards to 54.:; . '. ., The.'Hornets completed -nine of •twenty .passes for 125-yards with 1 intercepted and the Rattlers completed 10,of 32 passes for 175 yards getting 3 intercepted. Blevins was penalized-twice for 30 yards and the Rattlers lost 25 yards on 3 times. •'• The Hornets will journey to Horatio next .Thursday night, seeking their thir^ win against.three losses ^levins'"Cheerleaders^ are: Bobbye Nell Phillips, Jo Beth Nolen,' Audria Porterf ield,' Wanda Porterf ield, Nel" Jean Bonds ' and Ginny Manning Murfreesboro,- Cheerleaders are: Betty 'Risne'r, Iline Stewart, Joyce McDowell, Betty • Joyce Smith, Lo^ rene .Risner, Joyce' Featherston Sharry Kay"- Crawford and -Jam Evans. . . Arkansas Rice . Texas -. 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The ""San Francisco 4$ers found themselves >seyen points down 4n the final period at Green Bay, but with the :help of Y. A. Tittle, wh'p came off the bench with his brokep Hand, caught fire-for a 23-17 vic- Eisenhower the Chicago Bears defeated Baltimore 28-9, Cleveland beat the Chicago Cardinals 31-1 and New New ran wild against on. But Southern Cal met TCU 'hen Ronnie ClinkscaJe played his .nest game.- He dashed 60 yaids or one touchdown, bucked another ver, and ran 58 yards with a kick- ff to set up the third. : Conferene standings: W L Ft Pts Op A&M Baylor TCU "0-1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 41 0 0 .0 0 20 -13 0 Monday's Regular Grid Wash By WILL GRIMSLEY NEW YORK (/P) — Monday's foot ball wash, and don't go changing any of those coaches' laundiy marks yet:' • Out in the Midwest a ''w-idely circulated repoi't had Iowa's Forest~ Evashevski nlated to succeed Bennie. Oosterbaan nt' Michigan, with "Evy ' supposed to put the clincher on it in last Saturday's College, which victory in four uin.&» . . Even though it's a good bot the Wonder Boys won't have any trouble, with the winlcss Teachers, Tech coach Sam Hindsman is tqking nothing for granted. _ He says "everybody has got^-t in for Tech now." and adds the extra woe that it's hard to keep the Wonder Boys ''inspired for every ball game." - . Weevil coach Conway Leslie is happily watching some .freshmen transform his team into. n more potent football machine than he saw early in September. A lot of the credit for the Weevils' streak- of throe straight wins {foes to end Kyle Hnriston and guards Charles barman and E<|:1 Dial, who are plugging graduated holes that' gaped wide open when practice started. Tcxans may .not always win foot-' ball . games but they sure know their arithmetic. . .And Ivy Williamson, after, watching his Wisconsin •team beat Rico 13-7 in the last 50 seconds sighed: "I feel fears older." Oklahoma's Jim Harris never threw, a .pass in a col'oj'o game until the Texas encounter Saturday. . .Now.Cdach Biid Wilkinson -and -others are inbcllin;? him potentially one of the Sooners' '' game So• what • happ'ens?. '. Washington beat Pittsburgh Utilities night ll-3t 51-21. Philadelphia 24-22 Saturdjay balle and toeT "Katnarlne'' }1 WindsQr 1 3. 14th, Phone 7*3327. 22-1 mo. Wonted to Buy SMALL fireproof combination safe Jn good condition. Notify Hempstead County Farmers Association. Phone 7-4469. H-lt Lot! Hflv« yowr Cor PAINTED NOW! •:, $35.00 yey sr« having <;or pointed w« con thot work w your nrwtor, ferpk^s or body m«hooiffs olwoyi te. '• ' LEFT black sujt case, vicinity of TQl-E'Tex..Lid tore. Rope around case, Wire OR handle. Return to 6l9"W, 3rd. Reward, 11 "' Community Or bring Itemt to Miff Turner •t Hicki Funeral Horn* Helen Turner spent the week-end visiting relatives and friends in Little Rock. J. YoiingTGU Team Gould End Strong •FORT; WORTH,-Tex., us Texas, Christian's football team knew .its own strength the fans might be looking for a :high Southwest Conference finish around here this -season. ,But it doesn't and that goes for Coach Abe Martin, too, He's cer- tain'of. only one thing: The.Horned Frogs,. are • better than anybody thought they would be Southern California, so sudely ushered out .of. the. ranks of the undefeated by the Frogs Friday nipht, undoubtedly ' will agre wholeheartedly with that; .The:trouble with.TCU is that it plays well against the top teams from other areas but tightens up at home. Could be because there are so. many sophomores, observes Amos Melton,'former TCU football player- who is now the sports publicity director of his alma ma Porks Surprise in Baylor 21-20 By RAY STEPHENS FAYETTEVILLS .UJ 1 ) Alert defensive pl'dy paid off again for' the Arkansas Razorfcacks Saturday as the Hogs took the measure of Baylor 21-20. . -, It was Arkansas' third straight triumph of the 1954 football campaign, and left' them atop the Southwest Conference standings with two victories against no defeats. In running up a season mark of 3-0 Arkansas has shown flashes of offensive brillance. Against an inept University of Tiilr.a squad, the porkers rolled.-at will on, the attack. - . - • But in the last two contests, it has been the defensive play .of Coach Bowden, Wyatt's crew that has spelled the difference.. An intercepted pass and a 64- yard -runback set the stage for the touchdown that bea't TCU. Saturday,' reserve guarci V/aylahd Roberts broke through- to block attempt by Baylor to kick extra point. Thus, Roberts, was the man who provided the margin of victory. ; ' ' If Baylor had made that point, Preston Carpenter's 12-yard fisld goal would have been good only for a tie. Michigan up and dumps favored Iowa 14-13'-. .- And -at-Pittsburgh there's been talk that Red. Dawson soon w,ill change But /Pitt'- Athletic residenco . Direator Tom Ha-rnilton squashed .that after the 33-0' loss to''No'tre Dame 'with the terse, statement: "Dawson ' is "a good' coach and he'll- remain ;our coach. He's got; a good .team and we'll be. doing better.-" . : greats '.Colorado's 212-pound After the midshipmen had trampled Stanford 25-0, Navy Coach Eddie Erflelatz said, best -team- I've had 'This is the in, my five years at Annapolis..'These boys have desire". .And down in Dallas Texas' Ed .Price had -a real istic reply to the question of why the Longhorns lost to Oklahoma . , "We scored seven points, they scored 14. said Price FOR .... « BULLDOZER WORK * Land Clearing — Dirt Moving and Pond Digging. Call TOM DUCKETT 73.7."W.. 6th St. Phone 7-3794 ll-3 Legal Notice Hemps^ead County Teachers will hold their .regular meeting Tuesday night, October 12, at Verger High School auditorium, Asking all teachers to be present and. on time. 7:30 p. m. " an' an SEEDS Holland Bulbs Fertilizers Onion Sets. Supplies. MONTS SEED STORE Arkansas has demonstrated a consistenct ability for cashing in on their opponents' mistakes; of ^^^_^^5^^^^E k. • OAS -^^p^W* ^ NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMP3TEAP COUNTY, ARKANSAS JN WE MATTER OF TH.B. ESTATE 9F W, H. A. Schneifeer, deceased Last known-addres? of decedent; Hope, Ark. P«t0 of 4eath: gept 11, 1954. o An instrument dated August 3. 1950, was on the 1 day of October, 1954, admitted i« probate as the last will oj the above named decedent, and the unlprsijfned has teen appointed efreputftijl Jh.ereun.der. A The junior choir of Rising Star Baptist Church will rehearse Mon- 4ay night, October 11, at 7:30}p. . : The senior and junior choirsj, of Garrett Chapel Baptist will Ire- hearse Tuesday night, October?!?, 7:30 p. m. I | ter. , There are 27 sophomores in a squad of 48, muking TCU one of the youngest football outfits in the country. "The Frogs were tight as a drum against Arkansas," said Melton, "and they got beat 20-13. They were relaxed against Southern CaJJfornia and won 30-7: They evidently thought they just as well have a good time while they were at it. So they play a game with twt making a mistake and they beat the nation's No. 3 team. ' The F,rogs carried mighty Okla- hpma dpyfn to the last gun before losing SJl^ti.. Oklahoma was No. 1 in tne'naCign at the time fccted. 4nly by filing a pe- • |he,thne provided b y> cairns against Senior choir of Lonpke Bamijt Church wjlj rehearse TuesdayIni- ght, October 12, at 7:30 p, ml Choir No. 8 of Bethel AI^E Cljur- ch will rehearse Tuesday night, Optober 12, at *?:30 p. m. "Take ' two plays out of pur' fajnes and wu'd be undefeated/'/.- points ou * Melton'"'' ipterpepted pass in the final cost us a tie with Ar.,_. a fumble, cost us victory long punt return kept us fvom 'beating Qklahoma " Senior choir of BeeBee Memorial ME Church wUH rehearse Thjrs« day night, Qctober 14, at 7:3^ p. * i ?^ H "i ^^ ^ —-.--. twever barred any Benefit in the The Aj»erican Legipn Ladies A^u: Iliary wiil not hold Us regular mi^V • Tuesday ni|h»t. October o^rwtt *^Wte4''.wiU.b« 1*; taking advantage of every break. Baylor outplayed the Razorbacks in almost every offensive department Saturday, but the Bears fumbled four times, and Arkansas urned each of the miscurs to its advantage, The game statistics best illustrate just how much Baylor did out-! shine the Razorbacks offensively, Baylor racked MP 17 first downs to 10 for Arkansas: led in rushing yardago 232 to 164 and gained 97 yards passing to Arkansas' 55. In all, Baylor ran up 32U yards on offense, while Arkansas could garner only 219, Baylor Coach George Sauer be- jeves that the four Bear fumbles tost them the victory. "You just can't fumble that often against Arkansas," he said. Roberts, who was demoted from the first unit last week, was the game star for Arkansas, sharing honors with Carpenter, who scored a touchdown in addition to his field goa». ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. ANNOUNCES A NEW POLICY! Now you can have your Home Rewired •• to meet modern conveniences and new fixtures. All on 12 Easy Payments No Carrying Charge-10% Down Payment Balance Monthly reserve full-back Frank Bayuk scored four touchdowns in beating Ariozna 40-18. He ran up 183 yards and. probably became the nations leading ground gainer with a totg 1 of 4S9 yards rushing- . . ,.| II The -' foot is still imp.7ftant to football . . . Preston 'Carpenter kicked a last period field goal to give Arkansas' a 81-20 win over Baylor 1 ; . .And Verio Cray kicked one from 11 yards up as Houston beat Texas A&M 10'7 . . and an adept place nicker could have won a number of top games'.'-; decided ty the margin of an extra point. ^ f three weeks visiting relatives and plerids 19 Chicago, Illinois, The Cstmniwity Club vill have egulsr meeting Monday, October I At 1:30 p. m- »t the regular meet- n,g slape- AW member? please be . Besides blocking that critical extra Rpinl kick, Roberts "recovered 1 two fumbles- Joe Thomason a de- fenjMve stalwart against TCU. agajn turned in an outstanding per- 4Mi __ 91 busincu pi »W. when. Y W ly hundreds ol ihpusam.,. pi PTA will Eddie Bradford, Bobby Proptor and Jerry Fpr4- , , was impressive in putting on a fulVfdged driy.e to th.<? first time it g?t the moved 53 y u H«ff y Mo «»r fin The »T«QUf WMTY AOINCI^ Leonard G. Wright Strout Associate Monday, Ocfdnefll, 1954 HOPS 3 f A R ^ M 0 P * T A ft R A N S AS " 07ARK IRI VOU'LL HAVE TO GO UP J '; AND SHAVE AG •MM DAGWOOQTbE KITCHEN ' IT. TAKES ME exAcTty r' AND I CANT TIME IS MY 6REAKFAST? THE EGGS IN THE YOUR EGSS THIS OUT OUR WAY IF vQU'RE' W 'CHINJ TO SfeE IP HE'S 30NNIS, «SH* NI6tfrOW!fcA WB we CAM*- Answer to Previous Puzzle iK-erwi riirg. L^fC^eiKL, t -.^ ^- \^ WEUU you'-UL HAVE ,, I VTi|-«\yvsi v->,.,Aj-r-r ,-? / ^ If S ^&»J X Fish, Flesh, Fowl TO WAIT Tll_|_ ME TUfSMS OVER ER \ SUMPlKI.' HE BRE/CTHES 11 ~. >s_ A MIWUTE AFTER DOiNJ f „ B Exclamation &>Xr. 19S4b/NEASirYlci. tnc T M rti 0 %. t> WASH TUBES FATHER rVMP I'WILL . BE VERV SRME-lUTtL6 you ei*,5yt IKNEW-JAV BRKHBUT . WAS-A'CRMMMAU THRU'TtH&ORDEW-l OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople f rtevs? Miwo , V***- AM6U5HED THAT CHARITY DODSE 1QOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY FUNNY BUSINESS By Herihberge ALLEY OOP MV STARS, LOOK >R. 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Cryptogamous plant 29 Insect eggs 32 Relegate 64 Hindu poet &6 Distant ^7 Calm SB Love god 39 Flat fish 41'Heavy drinker 42 Fresh 44 Nick 46 Dye ingreolent 49 Milifcsry • assistants 53 Large snake 54 Opposed 56 Chance 57 Direction 58 Den- 59 Compass point 60 Musical • directions 61 Girl's namfe DOWN > 1 Stupor 2 State CARNIVAL 1 12 15 18 M 3Z 36 38 m> W 5t- 59 2 Z5 47 3 Ik W 4, l\ 33 ^ Ib • n . •• w* ki> % b'l bd 5 13 ^ ^ ! 3V m w ) V 9 9< w ^ - 7 P & 3^ •f/ P 55 8 /y. P ib^ ^ - /O & 2g; fc w bi 9 4 f? Ul bO 10 iO y « -; 3J 11 u T. M. R>g. u. e. p«t. oif.' •.. Copr. 1954 by NEA Strvlco, ln«i "This is Henry's workshop! He's .terribly clever with his ' ." - two hands*—stilt has froth of thernVV '.''••-..' SIDE GLANCES By Golbroith "It beats burning 'em—! buried a bone in the bottom of the pile!" may decide $n a I jlen't like §ny cf the heuef PRISCILLA'S POP /<?•// *mw" THi STQRY OF MARTHA ^ m

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