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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Carroll, Iowa Arts society clubs Eastern Star social holds yearly it election Here eau Idaa. Mrs la. A. Russell will head Signet chapter no. I order of the j astern Star the coming year having been elected worthy Matron at the annual election of officers held at the regular december meeting in the masonic Temple last night. Mrs. Russell will succeed miss none Barr. J. La Post was returned to the fifire cd worthy Patron. Mrs. F. V Hibbs was chosen associate Matron Willard Bentley of Glidden associate Patron mrs. Eugene Osborne conduct Ress and mrs. John srhuiiui1 he i. Associate Ltd o n d ii e Tress. T. T. Ralph was re elected a i miss Fannie Blondel. Misc c rotary a t reason The other officers will be named by mrs. Russell. After adjournment Ltd the Meething lunch was Rived by the officers in the Ding room. Visitors present from other chapters were mrs. Nora Hughes cd Gagetown mich., and mrs. Whitaker o Springville la. Irs Illarion cd officers will be id at the next regular meeting a night. Jan. 7 sunday pinochle club or. And mrs. Paul Bachman. P o. Bridge club or. And mrs. Pete Auen. Monday Rainbow girls masonic Temple. Christian Fellowship Christmas party lutheran Church Parlours. Tuesday presbyterian Guild Christmas meeting mrs. Vav. L. Mccon Kie. Missionary society is. Peter and Paul s Hall wednesday past Noble uranus Christmas party mrs. B. Vav. Fisk. Vav. C. S., methodist Church Parlours. United service women Public Library club rooms. Wednesday Bridge club mrs. F. Ii. Culbertson Burke hotel. Thursday b. Club mrs. J o. R. By b. Club mrs m. J. The heh for Lidden w. C. Has guess at its Christmas meeting Glidden poem Ber v of met ii nor i this meeting Christian Church v Mon at the i naught and wives if to the regular f the woman s service of the As held thurs Home of mrs. With service who Are present t. Illy. G. O. In. Lutheran ladies Aid Christmas meeting Church Parlours. Vav hither league lutheran Hun h Parlours. Friday entre Nous club Christmas party or. And mrs Vav. L. Mcconkie. Rebekah Lodge 6 30 covered dish dinner and Christmas party i o o f. Hall. Templeton women have Quot sacrifice Bond Quot party there Idle awhile club entertained Friday mrs. George j. Hess her Mother mrs. John Bernhard of Bancroft and mrs. M. Florencourt were guests outside of the membership at a meeting of the Idle awhile club at mrs. J. B. Dopheide a Home last night. The usual Bridge games were played and lunch was served at the individual tables. Miss Katherine Franzwa won top prize miss Cresence Sobolik Low and miss Agnes Finnegan the draw prize. Two weeks from last night the i club will have a no hostess Christmas party at the Burke hotel. Mrs t. B. Wills hostess to . Friday afternoon Quot the various ways of celebrating Christmas in the United states i and her territories were told by mrs. L. Vav. Hillyer at a regular meeting of the f. L. C. Club yesterday afternoon. The meeting was held at mrs. J. L. Miners Home with mrs. T b. Wills As the hostess. Eleven members answered Roll Call with their assigned topics. After the business meeting and program the hostess served a tray lunch. The club will have a no hostess Christmas party Friday dec. 17. I entre Nous club has dessert Bridge mrs. A. F. Witte entertained the members of the entre Nous club j at a dessert Bridge at her Home j yesterday afternoon. The group j was seated at the dining room table which was decorated with a Centrepiece of chrysanthemums. Mrs. F. R. Mccoy won the High score contract prize and mrs. A. H. Lehman Low. Or. And mrs. Vav. L. Mcconkie Ames Venin Leigh Patterson 17-year-old Buena Vista county Rural girl and a freshman student at Iowa state College is one of twelve winners in the National 4-h clothing achievement contest. She will receive a $200 College scholarship Given annually by the educational Bureau of the spool Cotton company. As state Winner in clothing achievement she is attending the National 4-h club Congress now in session in Chicago. The 4-h club members constructed More than 35 new garments. Renovated 12 others anti repaired nearly 50. Her work As a 4-h clothing club member helped save vitally needed cloth and labor for military uses. Manning nutrition lass c completes ten lesson course Manning i this a course of ten weekly lessons was completed tuesday evening by i nutrition class taught by mrs. Loy Fitz. The group had planned and prepared a dinner Whit h was served in the homemaking rooms in the Junior High building where the class had held it s weekly meet m r i Kim. A Bikini in by i. H Lech i Roett Welcome is and wives i the devotional e Prueitt read special y three school r and Charlotte Templeton women enlisted in the Quot sacrifice Bonds pledge Cam will be hosts at a Christmas party Ings. Pain were entertained at a party next Friday night dec. To. The 77., following women have taken the re thursday night following the next afternoon meeting will be at the final examination and Are be regular meeting of sacred heart mrs. R. Vav. Wardens Home Friday Gihle Tor red Cross Cert u ates court of the Catholic daughters dec. 17. My it Herman b in n mrs u n ident cordon which Kami by to Ming the was Oman g roup world no Ludd Tab rat i to the group fifty by Dorcas m Waldron pre it service at a 11 by a White Christ item with coloured the tree stood a que which was Small Christmas or Side of the emailed White tapers of America sponsors of the drive. I approximately 165 attended. The program had been arranged by mrs. Leo Ore in in an grand Regent of sacred heart court who presided. And mrs Lambert Crete Man club Bond chairman for Templeton. It was announced that Templeton women have thus far pledged $3000 in extra Bonds. The $1500 War stamp formal Gow n was modelled by mrs. Joe irl Beck of Carroll but formerly of Templeton and a past grand Regent of the c. D. Of a. Court there. The wave uniform also shown at the Victory Tea in Carroll wednesday was displayed by mrs. Melvin Hausman whose husband mrs. O. W. Spiller hostess to i my o frat mar mrs. M is Rynn r., or a it is Hansen mrs i r ill mrs. To mass. Mrs. K k Koch. Ii k. Meyers. Miss Bernie omit Willis Burk mrs marry mix. Mrs mrs. O. Vav. Spiller was a Friday club hostess having the i and o members As guests at her Home in the afternoon. Three tables of Bridge were played and lunch w As served after the games. Mrs. P. J. Koll was the Only guest out Side of the membership. Mrs. P. H. Dinges won the High score prize mrs. De of Toole the draw and mrs. M. Florencourt kept the travelling prize. The Christmas party will be held at mrs. F. J. Rettenmaier a Home in two weeks. Or. D Kab. Fig. Mrs pitted this for a Revit thou in pre or at Rue Tor. Re Al Crew nine and Ink instructor. The on Lorik table cent meat of fruit. Severn i movies on mrs fit pres. Ted Kroup As a a Moi been completed the part tented at a lat it r mrs August Rose. Miss Naomi Floyd White who had rom course previously was enrolled v of the subjects. It for the 7 o clock dinner o the above were the in Fitz mrs. G Ori Fisher nutrition chairman for Man miss Lavonne in Hom Mak dinner v red wit t to a run is serve an Arm at Hal in Glidden news make with ease is in the service. A speakers included it. Rev. Msgr. Thimble Bee has f. H. Hussmann int Rev. Father Leo Lenz. Mrs. Cup toll a Greteman county chairman for the women a division of the Var finance com to the thimble Bee at a regular nut tee and mrs. A m. Moehn of meeting at her Home yesterday Carroll county Junior red Cross afternoon. Seven members spent c h a i r in a a and chairman for the time with various forms of Stamps and Bond sales in the Paro handwork including knitting and or. And mrs. A. G. Noble Mildred and Wilbur who plan to make their Home in the West left wednesday by Auto for Spokane Wash. Enro Ute they stopped for regular meeting a visit with or. And mrs. F. E mrs. C. C. Roberts was hostess Chial schools of the county. A program of readings dances and music was Given by school children of Templeton and Man i lung with mrs. Arthur Bock of j Manning As piano accompanist. P a r t i c i p ants included Marlene j Kahlkopf Johnny Thielen Glenn Greteman Marlene Dultmeier Earl Dominie Mary k o h o r s to Joyce Hunter Bonnie Greteman Doris Zubry cd Vernell Bueltel Leonette Ocken Robert Reis and Ruth Stevens of Templeton and misses Foley Horback and Bock of Manning. The Junior and senior boys of sacred heart school contributed songs and a coloured act w As pre sen Ted by mrs mrs. Jack Horback of Manning. The entertainment we As concluded with a Bingo game and refreshments. Noble and family in . O. E. Wareham who has been visiting daughter. Mrs. Guy Perkins and other relatives Here left wednesday morning for Home at Geneva o. On the Way he stopped at Belle Plaine for a visit with Niece mrs. E. M. Wilson and with a Nephew at Stanwood. Or. And mrs. Albert Epperly entertained at a dinner Friday evening in Honor of Evan Dillavou who has returned from Active duty with the marines overseas. He will return to san Francisco for further treatment in a Hospital soon. Has luncheon meeting other guests All of Carroll were mrs. Max Davis mrs. I Stedman son Norman mrs. Marjorie mar Kel and Small son Leon. Sewing. Lunch was served at the dining room table which was enhanced with Christmas decorations. Mrs. R. H. Lott will entertain at a Christmas party Friday afternoon dec. 17. Friday contract club mrs. R. Vav. Humphrey entertained the members of the Friday contract club at a i of clock luncheon. Followed by contract at the Burke hotel yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Clifford Mccarville was a guest outside of the membership. At contract mrs. Louis j. Kelly Lanesboro news the Home builders sunday school class members met tues Malick Foley and won the High score prize and mrs. Ian v l. To t / i. K b. Morrison second he in at a he l3 mrs Kelly will be the hostess to re i Quot a sent socially and with various at the Burke wednesday afternoon dec. 15. Methodist to hold Christmas meet next wednesday the Christmas meeting of the Halbur news my John Toyne. The spent socially and contests and at the conclusion refreshments were served by the serving committee. The next meeting will be tuesday evening. December 28, in the Home of the Rev. And mrs. J. H. Freedoine when the annual Christmas gifts will be exchanged. Mrs. John Cooper and daughter. Mrs. Peter Potthoff was hostess to three tables of Bridge at her Home wednesday evening. High score prize was won by mrs. Hil oct Obj of Christian Bor h it Trad to Prim by. T,.e�dav for Omaha 1 vice of the methodist Church will or Anton Blum and Consolation it it it i f toy a he held in the Church Parlours next prize by mrs. Fred liftoff. Lunch in the Tome of her wife or. And mrs is and with her sister Lois Davis. Wednesday afternoon dec. 8. The general meeting will follow a business session to be held at 2 30. Mrs. Robert m. Peters will Lead the devotional service mrs. John t. Anderson will give the lesson miss Minnie Anderson will Tell the Christmas Story and mrs. Earl i Gary will be in charge of Christ flattering and Youthful. Simple to sew with its Princess music. Lim Hilt becoming Square neck. Ruth Circle will serve Tea and the a it i whip up pattern 9580 Martha Circle will have the pantry m a a Cotton print spice with shelf. Ruth and Esther circles will Rie Rac. Garnish with buttons i have a Bazaar. Was served later. Or. And mrs. Ben Schenkelberg brother and Fonda were visitors in Halbur Bartl it a of wednesday. Repairing Manning this toys Skylark a mrs. Ralph Rulifson and son Dennis of Ogden came this morn Troj 0f the girls scouts is Rev Ealing to visit until monday with hating old toys to be sent to night school for Manning women men has opened Manning it this the women a night school with la Vonne Snell As Leader held it s opening meeting in the homemaking rooms wednesday night. Officers elected for the year were president mrs. Verdis Hansen vice president mrs. Carl Schrum Secretary mrs. Leroy Bros and treasurer mrs. Kenneth Dales. The lesson on Quot Short cuts in housekeeping and household duties was discussed by miss Snell who Drew diagrams to illustrate her talk and showed charts for leveling the work schedule for each week and for the entire year. A list of twelve possibilities for discussion was handed out to be cheeked for the most desirable to in taken up during the ten week course. Twenty women were present but More Are expected to enrol. Miss Snell and mrs. Peter Struve served lunch for the group. A girl has been hired to care for the children while the mothers attend the classes. The men met for their opening meeting in the vocational agriculture rooms in the High school with Roy Gilman As Leader. Leonard Williams was re elected president and Arlo Peters Secretary. Elected to the Council were Fred Jensen Albert Musfeldt John Moeller Henry Hansen and Harry Gruhn. Those remaining on the Council Are Herman Musfeldt Otto Popp mrs. Frank Gavin Dethlef Hinz and Clarence Bowers. The terms of Emil Kuhn Harry nude and Emil Oppi Mian As Council members expired this year. A general discussion on management and feed problems was held with Many subjects named for future discussion. Wednesday night John Ingels Extension director of Carroll county will be present to discuss Quot the Outlook for 1944.�?� Henry Dethlefs had a plentiful Supply of doughnuts and Coffee on hand after the meeting. Scranton news or. And mrs. Will Slocum moved last week to their Home in Scranton which they recently purchased from mrs. Rate Churdan. Their s in and family who have resided in the House on the farm three and one half Miles West of town moved to the farm near Glidden which the elder Slocum vacated. Or. And mrs. Roy Henderson. Janet and Judy spent thursday in Omaha in the Lloyd Marshant Home. Supt. And mrs. T. G. Burns and daughter of Clear Lake spent the week end in the n. A Nicholson and or. Parry Home. Betty visited Phyllis Friend and Margaret Fey. Burns is a former Scranton superintendent. Or. And mrs. Alan Colbert and son spent thursday at Audubon in the Magnus Madsen Home. The ladies Are Sisters. Or. And mrs. Roy Vader and mrs. Charles Bone spent sunday at Havelock in the Floyd Vader Home. Opal Calder and Ramon Gibson spent the thanksgiving holidays in Des Moines in the Walter Robinson Home. Or. And mrs. Earl Byerly of Boone sgt. And mrs. John Thornton jr., of Texas miss Opal Bancroft of Coon rapids Bernice Thornton of Jefferson or. And mrs. Tinus Christen Elma Harold and George or. And mrs. John Nelson and or. And mrs. Ross Bryant were sunday guests in the Clyde Byerly Home a Courtesy to sgt. Thornton who is Home on furlough. Misses Maurine White Betty Holden Doris Marshant Doris Jean Johnson Miry of instead and Kathryn Duff of los Moines spent the thanksgiving holidays with their parents. Misses Holden Marshant Johnson and Duff Are employed in Down town Des Moines miss White is a student at Drake University and miss Olmstead a student nurse at tile mercy Hospital. Pfc. And mrs. Phillip Peterson of Ames were Over sunday guests in the or. J. E. Shelledy Home. Or. And mrs. Will f. Hall of Jamaica spent monday with their daughter mrs. Will h. Ferry and her husband. Or. And mrs. Delmer Morlan and children joined relatives thursday in the Hubert Hefflefinger Home at Nevada. Dorothy Mechesney who in working in Omaha is coming to Lull Row to spend a few Days at Home. Daily times Herald Carroll Iowa saturday dec Evilier 4,1943�?page three distinctive linens re Manning Home declaim contest to be wednesday this the Home nest Ian science churches declamatory cont St will be Given a a cod the Only cause Ani Creal in the a a a it hts it Marabl t a a or w ill be the subject of the Lea f in All churches of i a a new Lay. The Christ. Scientist on sunday de i have All been trained cent Ber 5. J by bos Marv Gleason dramatics the Golden text is from Heb coach in the school. Rows 3 4, Quot every House is builder the program is As follows by some Man but he that built All things is the lesson ser Narvon comprises quota ens from the Bible and from the Christian science textbook. A science and health with key to the scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. One of the Bible citations reads Quot and when he had called unto twelve disciple he gave them Power against unclean spirits to cast them oat a i to heal All a Nam r of sickness and All Man i Ner of disease Matthew 10 1. Among the selections from the Christian science textbook is the following a it is the transgression of a belief of mortal mind not of a Law i of matter nor of divine mind which causes the belief of sickness. The remedy is truth not matter a the truth that disease is unreal p. 229. Humor Dorla Eckley Quot la Ltd Mal la the of of the party a Betty Krahm mar fire football Gam a i Anor Sutherland Quot i Tush Clown or amal or Burton Hoffmann thro a Strong Ruth Kennedy Whit Cliff. Orator Hart 11 Petersen Quot fault will of a Robert Popp when thu great conflict la Justyn Sutherland Tho rout of France Gen Wien we too were there civil service exams 7100 by mice Brooks there s dignity and Charm to these gracefully designed initials ,. Distinctive monogramming that makes your linens a family Pride. Embroider them on towels Pillow 11 uses or scarfs you have two sizes of alphabet to work with. Pattern i 7100 contains a Transfer pattern of two 3-Inch Ain poets with Wreath and one 1-Inch alphabet stitches. To obtain this pattern rend eleven cents in coins to the Dally times Herald household arts dept., 25ft w. 14th Street new York. N y. Write plainly name. Address and pattern number juniors of Glidden w omens c Lub met monday at the dub Glidden this the Junior department of the woman s club held its regular meeting in the clubhouse monday evening with mrs. Austin Britt mrs. Lyle Rud Kin and Shirley Bruning As hostesses. Following the business meeting Donna Hunter Sang two vocal j solos Quot serenade and a a Little bit of she was accompanied at tile piano by Dorothy Ann Kline. Jean Sullivan gave a Book review on Quot Chicken every sunday a by Taylor. A dessert w As served by the hostesses. New math instructor arrives at Scranton Scranton it this or. End mrs. William Curnutt and daughter of St. Louis arrived last week and Are at Home in the John Macdonald sr., apartments. Or. Cur Nutt is the new mathematics teacher appointed to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of mrs. Ray Leonard. Curnutt has taught for eighteen years. He accepted a position in a defense Plant last Spring but decided to return to the teaching profession when teachers were so badly needed. The Leonard family has moved to Guthrie Center. Manning teachers enjoy holidays maiming this Manning teachers resumed their duties this week following the thanksgiving holidays. A number of the staff took advantage of the week end vacation to visit their Homes and friends in various localities in Iowa and Nebraska. Among those spending the holidays away from Manning were Marjorie of Raybell in pus by City it h. Marl Perkins in Den Mollie Sylvia Waugh Anil rom Mary Gleason in Des , whet they Valt with Mir Waugh non w bom on furlough an Alan in Waterloo Klorene Buth we in Audubon. Mary Jan Hanan in web to a City Joy a Nylon in storm i a or anti in k b Koch in Boon. Or. And or. Vila Hemphill in Ida Grove or and mrs. Roy Gilman n Stuart i i Ria Henning n in Gratt nor he a Lehman in Carroll. Juanita Crew la in . Amt Lavonne sell in a it Bat a City. Pfc and Vin. Sven Lindgren tire leaving tomorrow for Des Moines to spend a few Days with the former a parents or. And mrs. Erie Lindgren who moved there from Carroll a few Days ago. They will then return to the Home of mrs. Lindgren parents or. And mrs. Virgil Christianson. Pfc. Lindgren who is Here on furlough for 15 Days will be accompanied Back to Cowen Field Boise Idaho by mrs. Lindgren Fairfield Man to hold series of revivals in i o la x an City for to visit until monday with mrs. Rulifson s parents. Or. And orphanage mrs. O. W. Spiller. They Are then Christmas leaving for Olathe ran., to join Lieut . I Rulifson who is Sta the Pacific Ocean s mean depth toned there As a naval aviation is much greater than that Ltd i la instructor. Atlantic. Wear t i Market and at Home Dri in Rayon or an afternoon Wool fat Tern 9580 comes Only in women a sizes 34. 36, 38, 40, 42, la 16 and 18. Size 36 requires 3 i Yards 35-Inch i v Yards Ric Rac. It. It i Sixte in cents in Coin for thl Marian Martin pm to in. Writ plainly Bize name address style number to Marian Martin 8umm#r pattern Book la Lull of style to Uniek a Vlna easy. Biml ten cents More Tor tills Hook. Re tin your alter to the Dally time Al Rah pattern department 232 West Lith hi., new York. N. Y. Raue it of the Sion a of the mall delivery of our pattern May take a be Day Lunger Titan usual. >1 And or. Cyril Welling who Are again making their Home in Carroll since or. Wessling received medical discharge from the army Are residing at 324 North Crawford Street. Or first sign of a c ave w666 use 466 tablets. Salve. Nose Okoh coming dances at Mcnabb roof Garden Carroll Iowa sati Roxy dec. 4�?Leo barges anti orchestra tuesday dec. 7�?music men orchestra. Saturday dec. Ii Leo barges ant orchestra Carroll roller skating Palace tonight Sif i a Attr it Tion sunday matinee 2 30-4 30. Done to forget big Quot path and Quot Mike sailors night monday. Ail sailors in uniform Are free. Office clerks the u. Civil service commission has announced an Tion for the position of under clerk. $840 to $1260 a year plus i overtime Field service. Eighth u. Civil service Region which includes the states of Iowa Minnesota Nebraska North Dakota Arni South Dakota. Applicants for this position must show that they have had at least one year of clerical expert a k. Harper Brust. Manufacture ence a an office or other Peri or of Fairfield who is sometimes ence involving meeting and Deal called the business Man evangelist in Public. Each Success is speaking at a St Rte of meetings fully cd Mph Ted year of a Standard to be held in Coon rapids every four year High school course May night next week except monday. By a la Busti tuned for three months of the services at to ing held in the required experience building on Muir Street formerly applications i rom All persons the Consumers building. All pro except residents of Nebraska must Testant churches in Coon rapids. Be fiks a with director eighth and also the friends pleasant u s civil service Region Post Ridge Church Are co operating and Customhouse building. The meetings will begin at 7 30 St Paul min persons residing p. M. In Nebraska should file Applina Quot bully Calvin conductor on the Fin with the Branch regional of Burlington Zephyr and Quot radio Nee. Eighth u. Civil service Brown of Omaha the business Region. 416 Post office building menus gospel team of Des Moines j Omaha 2, Nebraska. Applications and others will by guest speakers will be accepted until the needs of during the meetings. I the service have been met. Gus Scott of Fairfield will Lead application forms and detailed tilt singing Rev. Fred Moore will information concerning this examination May be obtained from the Secretary Board of u. Civil service examiners at any first i or second class Post office in the states of Iowa Minnesota. Nebraska. North or South Dakota or from the director eighth u. Civil service Region Post office and Customhouse building St. I Paul i Minn. Play guitar for special songs. Personal paragraphs Llu rom it Beek returned last leave for Vav inter from a Xix Lay rip to of. Eaton of Glidden Hon a Cit where a visited w a a brother and sister in Law. Pvt. And mrs. Alfred Beck and their baby son Ronnie. He also visited or. And mrs. William Kent and family mis Frances peace wittier of Des Moines is spending the weekend with her Mother mrs. E. A. Wissler. Glidden this or. And mrs. Robert Eaton and family left tuesday in their trailer House for the South. Enro Ute they stopped for a visit with aunt and Uncle or. And mrs. Staley at Shenandoah. They will also visit mrs. Eaton s aunt. Mrs. H. A. Hood and family at Phoenix Ariz. The family exp peels to return in the Spring. Mrs. Alton Lamier anti baby son Robert Joseph of Onawa went i s. F. P. A Ollison to the Home of mrs. Danners Par-1 National map invents. Or. And mrs. Joe Pudenz. Meeting North of Carroll yesterday from mrs. F. P. Collison and son. Joe the St. Anthony Hospital. They Jeff morning for Chicago to be gone until the latter part of a visiting in the Pudenz Home before returning to Onawa. Next week. Mrs. Collison will attend the National convention of the mrs. U. \. Hubbard Bas returned american farm Bureau fed a Home from the St. Anthony hos j lion i Tai. A mrs. Carrie Miller and on. Mrs. A. W. Howell and daughter Kenneth of Arcadia Are spending Lavonne get Omaha spent two week end at the Home of or. Days this week with mrs. Howells Mph Frd Heim m Somers. Brother and sister in Law or. And my mme Mem mme mrs. William Bowler and family before leaving for California for the Winter. They Wall be near their i son and brother Maurice who is with the Seabee and is stationed at port hueneme Calif. Or. Anti mrs. L a. Juergens anti or. And met. Leo mein returned yesterday afternoon from a three Day stay in Des Moines while attending the Iowa implement dealers annual convention. Now showing ends wednesday mrs. W. M. Moult til Keokuk arrived last night to spent several Days with her brother in Law and sister or and mrs. Carson Summers. Births or. And mrs. Donald Poe of Lytton Are the parents of a daughter. Born at the St. Anthony Hospital last night. Here is a Christ bios ghost Story to Moke you Tingle head the Dav by to a. Count of a nun who bargained with a ghost to forget past written almost a Century at by the author of the Well loved Quot Christmas the store answers a Cru Ion still vital to \ m an happiness. Albe ilm Mupi Man or. Slur flouts Shari Tan by Charles Dickens copyright Ioas. Nia Ataxic. Inc h a a a _ a in in min Vinita Xiv Quot task Force Quot in techno coir Quot Community sin it Quot Butcher of soviets Quot c Art min in color latest world news1

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