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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 24 August 1928

Fri+y, Ay. 14, IH> THE CALDWELL NIW8 -¿ CURRENT HAffEMNCS IN BURLESON COUNTY TWENTY-RYE YEARS *80 Extracted From the Files of the CaldwelLNews Chronicle Dated August, 21st, 1903. ' YELLOW PRAIRIE Track is a thing of the past and hay making i the order of the day. 8ome few are shipping wood, others art talking about the boll weevil. We have made corn enough to supply ev- ery want this season. June corn is looking promising. Prospects are good for sweet potatoes. SOMERV1LLE Last Sunday was given up to be the warmest day this year. The thermo- meter registering 98 in the shade. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wo- mack, on last Wednesday, a girl. Work is progressing nicely on the pew Harvey house and depot, howev- er, it is such a large structure it will take some time to complete the job. W. Lang of C .mer^n, is in Somer- ville this week. He is figuring on buying a lot and erecting a nice two- story store, with which Mistrot will be connected. HIX There is no conjecturing of specu- latin...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 24 August 1928

caldwell Niyi PrMay, Ant. S4, 1MI •« i Caldwell to Tenth repairs C. L. McDvnald an- wiwri thk wek that on account of the repair* that ara being made to tas school building, painting, etc., the fall tara of tbe sechool will not open until September 10th. Aaeordiag to regular custom, this will defer the opening of the school AMA «MAAL JUK VM WWfc. During the summer several needed th^building ft first were made. It has taken a lifRe more Mine to complete the work, it why the opening had to be deferred. ■ * a SUBOVIIt lHtUG I1WTALLS MOI £JtN SODA FOUNTAIN This week the Surovik Drug Store "has heen faulty engaged installing a new and modern soda fountain to bet- ter handle their business and serve their patrons. The fountain installed is a mechan- ical ene which keeps their ice cream fresen uniformly all the time. It also provides cool temperature for their syrqps and water. It is strictly mod- ern in every detail and will enable the firm ta better serve the public. This Improvement is i...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 31 August 1928

t t' Km (afamad ahaat Caaatjr. BihcHW ta The Nava. THECALD And The Burleson Gmty Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to tne Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell New , Vol. 1, No. 34 CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. SI, IMS. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 49, No. Si BRENHAM HOST EAST C. OF C. I i 4 ( t Prominent Caldwell Lady Died Suddenly In A Temple Sanitarium MRS. LQOLJl DUCKWORTH SUCCUMBS AFTER BRIEF MO UNEXPECTED AÜACK • Was Well And Favorably Known. Was Conva- lescing From An Appendicitis Operation Preparing To Return Home When She Was Fatally Stricken. About 10 o'clock Wednesday morn- ing the city of Caldwell was grievi- oualy saddened when a message trans- mitted from a Temple sanitarium, an- nounced the sudden and very unex- pected death of Mrs. Loula Duckworth of this city, who was a patient there for several days. Some ten days ago, Mrs. Duckworth was stricken with appendicitis and was taken to the Kings Daughters' sanitarium for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 31 August 1928

Home Education is the Family"—Froths! TEACHING THE CHILDBEN £ lit our REWARD OF HELPING OTHERS Helen Gregg Green "There are no fairy folks who ride about the world at night, To five you wrings and other things to pay for doing right But if you'll do to others what you'd have tliein do to you, as blast as if the best of were true.'' —Alice Cary When «nail Bobby returned after going en an erranÜ for me, I offered him a dime. "Thank you just the same," he smiled, "but mother says 'no.' " The next time I saw Bobby's moth- er f asked, "why is it you don't allow us to fray Bobby for doing errands?" "IH tell you my dear," she answer- ed, "though it's rather a long story.". "Let* have it," I urged, "I cant imaginé what your reasons would be." "Well, you know Bobby has been thé neighborhood errand boy for sev- eral Vean. Indeed, the first two years hr ¿de quite a lot of money. Both of us were pleased. But one day our little Mrs. Fields, who, you know, is quite eld and has so little of this w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 31 August 1928

• -jU . ... ♦ r •1 LI S ♦ * * < * k Friday, August SI, IMS Tllff CALDWELL NEWS SN1M SFEEC1 IS PROGRESSIVE, ismm Dmioeratie Nominee Pledges Self to Administration for Benefit of All the People. A8RICULTURAL PROBLEM TO GET PROMPT ACTION Will Knferce Dry Law, 8tamp Out Cor- ruption and Racommand Changes ta Cangraaa—Promises Han* aat Tariff. ALBANY. N, V.. Aug. 22.—Before an Immense throng which gathered to bear hla first pronouncement on the Issues of the Presidential campaign, Governor Alfred E. Smith accepted the Democratic nomination (or President here tonight in an address which was aa progressive In character as It was courageous in its terms. Governor Smith pledged himself and hla party to the restoration of honesty In government; to the promotion of a real prosperity for the whole people through actual rather than fancied economies and reorganization in gov ernment and the enactment of sound tariff legislation: to the establishment of a foreign policy opposed to unwar ranted ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 31 August 1928

THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger C. B. CROMARTIE, Editor and Publisher NEWS PERSONALS ) Hix Community FROM LYONS News Personals M second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Poet Office, unte a«ff Osagrees, March 3, 1879 t weekly by ttn Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, and Main Streets, Caldwell, Texas. 1 Year; In County... fl.50; Out of County- 12.00 26c _ 10c Aiusitleing Rates, per inch mut line ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this Htad be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the at- pladng each notices ypon presentation of statement. This paper can accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are settled easss finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 10 per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and 5 par line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. The Benefits of Highways Highways are an investment that pays real dividends and shows profits, accordi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 31 August 1928

t I * * * • I « > 4 > 4 • > J ♦ * * -P f i * 4 ♦ 4 4 t * # 4 ♦ 4 i Friday, August SI, IMS THE CALDWELL NEW® CLASSIFIED MS Why Have a Railroad Strike? Cooks Point Observer Limiting Locomotives I want to Caldwell yesterday to Here are two events taking place Few impartial observers will be- ***** ballot box back and Its con- almost simultaneously. In Britain, lieve that the weaieni mmhsTii el the t*nt8, 1 *m Jh* primaries are the railway employes agree to accept j - 9-18-p FOB BENT—Two furnished apart- ments, one with two rooms, the other with three. Apply to Mrs. Tom Gilley. over, and that son# men were nomin- a 2 12 per cent wage cut, to help the of the Order of Railway. Conductor Mt€d' «"d I am not orry that some ! railroads weather the depression in ___ DD|I- „ . : 'seriotulv cnntcmnlato « airii. mm . desired to be were net. I am not mad railroad business. In the United FOR BENT-Modem sbc-room house, ££* " * but I was seriously lUappointed. 1 States, the official, of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 31 August 1928

THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, August 31. IMS souuiern vonon aiiiib Large Consumera of Cotton LOMOVIEW, Texas, August 16—Con- tnuv to Mitral opinion in the South, fllxtMfvo pounds out of each 100 r cotton consumed by Ameri- i'h consumed not by mills of hut by mills of the H. Avery, district of Foreign eqd Do- ll, Chamber of Corn- States, writes in tfce August number of EAST TEXAS, official publication of the East Tex- as Chamber of Commerce. This obvious movement—very pro- nounced since 1983—is said by the writer to be based on sound econom- ics, and is destined to be of para- mount importance to both the South and the textile industry itself. ."The basic reasons for his indus- trial trend are several," says Mr. Av- er}'. "In the first place, the South produces fifty-eight per cent of the werld's supply of raw cotton; the lo- cal mills can therefore pick and choose, at concentration points, the exact grades of cotton required. In many ways the location of mills at the source of supply of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 31 August 1928

riiÉTi ÉMMt __ZT_ _ " 14 • flJjP «*- Ü <0 \ I k CUMIENT MmNINtS MBMtfSSN CWNTY TWENTY-FIVE YEARS MO Extracted From the Files of the Caldwell-News Chronicle Dated August, 26th, 1903. TP* *iws Nm Items Death of a pioneer citizen. George H. Krohne, aged 90 years, 5 months and 10 days, died yesterday morning at 10:80 o'clock at the home of daughter, Mrs. W. S. Barnett. Mr. Krohne was born in Germany in 1818, settling in Washington County, where he lived for twenty years, com- ing to Burleson County about 1868, and having lived most of the time aince near Lyons. His wife died last year at a very advanced age, and leaves five children W. H. Krohne, George Krohne, Mrs. W. S. Barnett, Mrs. George Lewis and Mrs. L. Ziess. Mrs. Susie Brewer William's and Mrs. Susan West's deaths also ap- peared in this week's issue of the News-Chronicle. Mrs. Williams was aurvived by her mother, husband, sev- eral brothers and sisters and seven little children. She was buried at Chriesman Chapel cemetery. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 31 August 1928

-5 ■ ■ 1,1 THE CALDWELL NIW0 11,1MB . M.V Club T«*Ni' i National Gaud To the Peaple of NBW8 PERSONALS I Agricultural Note. Rifle team off to | Borleaon County _ „_-£± _nnn\_, Camp AUSTIN,Texas, Auk 80—The Tax- as National Guard Rifle Team, com t Permit mo to express my Mart-felt gratitude for the loyal support ac- corded me laat Saturday, which gave Mr. had Mrs. Chas, and Doris1 hate 'moved to Rock Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilkerson of Den- Mr. and Mrs. J. . Mrs. J. S. Heslop was a very de- lightful Hostess Saturday afternoon to Mm t i fnnj. the "42" Club at the home of her .. ^ mi hoitess to dau«hUr' Mr#- H H Womb,e The rink Ntariv *11 of u,uaI f*me of *42" was enjoyed. Mrs. Club. Nearly all of Taylor> and Miu Blanche Heslep were the invited guests. A de- ^ ^ _ ^ ^ ^ ^ Iicious course of ice cream, cake and tr¡¡T¡n~üumerou matches, eight ton/®rred P°n mo' and ■MUr« not on" visiting har aúnt Mrs .Julia Mclvei salted nuts was served. :jtm L~J — were praeent, Mesdames G. P. Easley and H. D. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 September 1928

Kmp iafwMá Omrtjr. MmtMi to Ths Neva. And The Burleson County Ledger •w • « A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to tne Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 1, No. 86. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. SEPT. 7. 1*28. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 49, ÑTF SCHOOL TO OPEN ITS DOORS MOMMY CaldtvellfBusiness Interests Reorganize Local Commerce Chamber 'i ♦ 1 V / ff ♦ li ) h MOKE ENDORSED BY MANY LEADING BUSINESSMEN Drive Launched Yesterday Morning to Procure Full Membership. Paid Secretary Planed. $2,500.00 Budget for Year's Work Being Sought. SOUTHLAND LIFE MONTHLY CROP REPORT August" 1926 As a result of a special meeting held at the Court House last Thurs- day evening, the Burleson County Chamber of Commerce with head- quarter in this city, is now being completely re-organized. Business men in close contact with the re-or- ganization plans recently worked out, are exceedingly outspoken in their laudit of the plan, and believe that the policies a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 September 1928

Home Education ; Mwkir f, tfM ■ i i QUI* Wint Is the h llr" by Mm National Kindergarten Association, 8 Weafc 40th Street, York City. These article ara appearing weekly in our column*. WHY Frances E. David "Mother, why do you beat the cake ao hard?" aaked little Mary as she watched her mother making a cake. "I'm too busy for questions this morning," her mother replied. "Run outdoors and play ." The "too busy" mother failed to notioe the wiatful look in Mary's eyea aa she closed the door. in the next yard, Helen and her mother were busy together. "Come and see our garden," called Helen. Glad of the invitation, Mary quick- ly joined them. Helen proudly showed her the small patch of ground that waa her "very own" garden, all ready for the seeds. Helen's mother placed a small stick at each end of the gar- den and tied a string to them. "Why do you put a string there, Mother?" asked Helen. "It helps us to keep the row straight," she answered as she showed them how to make a tiny trench fo...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 September 1928

I CONTEST IE ON ETHtGAL PLANE VIm PrMidmtial Nomine* FMi 'PoWltal StrpenU Hiulnif* Would Aroma Hatrodo. IKES FARM PROBLEM AS MAIN CAMPAIGN ISSUE I Aceipti Nomination Stressing Need of Real Law Enforcement and Honesty In Government—tooroa Hoover Stand. I Hot Springs, Ark., August SO.— Senator Joe T. Robinson of this state accepted the Democratic Domination for vice president hero tonight in an address pledging his party to ade- quate farm relief, an honest endeavor to enforce prohibition, the malnte- ■anee of a merchant marine and the eradication of corruption from the na- tional government. ( laude O. Bowers of New York, the temporary chairman at the Houston convention delivered the notification address as chairman of the notifica- tion committee. The ceremonies took place at the Arlington Hotel hetore one of «he la rices t gatherings la the history of Arkansas. The nominee made a plea tor a Crank discussion of all the Issues «t the campaign without bltteraess. public attention has ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 September 1928

ra caldwell mtw0 THE CALDWELL NEWS And Hie Burleson County Ledger C. B. CROMARTIE, Editor and Publisher as second class matter at the Caldwell, Texss Post Office, under —t irfiCongrcaa, March 8, 1879. Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, —r Back end Main Streets, Caldwell, Texas. Bubacriptlon 1 Year: In County $1.60; Out of County $2.00 25t „ lot Pioneer Couple Celebrated Golden Wedding Anniversary One of the largest family reunions ever held in South Central Texas, was ceLbrated at Gee Springs near here, August 21st, commemorating the golden Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Collins of this city. Mr. Collins, a pioneer citisen of Advertising Rates, per inch Baaders, per line LBGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head mat be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the at- torney placing such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper car ao longer accept for publication such matter and wait until esta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 September 1928

V >"♦ •*> TM CAlPWHL NEWS yyBBi You Can Sell Your Cotton for More in • i • • • • ♦ ' - r.'f «i# V/ ♦ ♦ v t • ♦ ♦ * f■+ t * • I * t> Hardware and Home Conveniences Three complete hardware stocks from which to choose farm imple- ment , cream «épmraton, stoves, plumbing fixtures and other necessi- ties for the home and farm. Don't fail to visit these stores and see the latest in labor-saving devices both for the farm and for the home. Professional Services Bryan is very proud of its profes- sional men, including attorneys, phy- sicians, surgeons, optician , dentists, and other specialists in professional lines. We have two hospitals with effi- cient corps of doctors and trained nurses; and our X-ray and other clinical laboratory equipment is far above the average for a town of less than 20,000 population. We have several complete lines of drugs, medicines and sundry equip- ment fur the sick room; and our reg- istered pharmacists sre ready at all times to give your sick room ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 September 1928

THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, am i;". • > ■T' > \ tnit Sexanc* Vifart- Slav " cmmtm #f_ _ _ _ „ íWW Campa y that if • girl i beau- isn't so necessary i a food cook I But too Mother Nature give* the hair and the baby dimples to somebody else's daughter. And then, if you are a wise mother, yon teach your daughter other ways of being attractive—among which is the oíd, old one, of being perfectly at home over a kitchen Little Mrs. Percival had always wondered, in her gentle way, why Marion, her only child, had seemed to inherit all the late Mr. FerrivaTs traits, and none of her mother s. She had been a rough- and-tumble baby; she had been a torn-boy little girl. And now, at f atty, she was affecting a sleek coiffure, wearing horn-rimmed ^ and threatening to study Percival had seen to it, r, th&t Marion, in spite of her'masculine looka, amid cook a ''fit for a king. And when finally tumbled head over in love with a young man a bit afraid to fall in love- with her, gentle little Mrs...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 September 1928

VMifta m m <ua > V ♦ « « I ♦ ♦ 1 CHRRENT HAPPENINGS IN BURLESON COUNTY TWENTY-BVE YEARS «60 Extracted From the Files of the Caldwell-News Chronicle Dated September, 4th, 1903. With the Rural Correspondent* Yellow Prairie: The showers that fell recently greatly damaged the hay a good deal of which was on the ground, never-the-less it is a great help for the fall gardens. Hix: Several nice showers have vis- ited this section within the past few •days which have cooled the atmos- phere, benefitted things generally and put the ground in fine condition for fall gardening. The meeting, after continuing a week, closed Sunday night. The church was somewhat revived but there were no conversions. Saturday evening a few minutes after Dr. Sparks, accompanied by his wife and little son, had driven out to witness the ball game, and while he was un- hitching the buggy, the mare he was driving commenced kicking, and be- fore she could be stopped, had demol- ished the front end of the buggy an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 September 1928

T. I I; I e ! PERSONALS FROM LYONS Potts of Caldwell filled appointment at the «hurch Sunday morning Mrs. Hare spent Monday Mr. and Mrs. Kaltwasser spent flytdiy afternoon with relatives in Caldwell. Mrs. Annie Keese of Wheelock is visiting J«r hons, W. T. and Alwvn !■ lAr . Armand Schatz of GahfestJl sn visiting relatives here. IMbs Vivian Dunn is visiting in Houston this week. Homer WUkerson and family of San Antonio ¿pent several days with hit sister Mrs. Vest the past week. Mr. T. V. York, the Santa Fe a« gout of this place who was seriously injured when his car overturned last Taaaday «right, is still in the Santa Fe Hospital at Temple, but is doing as Wfefl i * could be expected. He will be |n the hospital three weeks. Miss LHlie Smith spent last week with friends on the Llano river near MmM. Mm.' Sallie Alford and daughter, JitftiMt «pent Wednesday in Gay Htt. Mm. Alford is principal of the Gar KÜ1 school for the coming ses- Franees McLeod is vis- aunt, Mrs. J. M. Sayles, at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 14 September 1928

Kmp lifermd abwrt |Mr Subscriba to The Neva. THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger We WIS Strive Tell«ft Year CníUiki At Aft Timm. A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 1, No. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXA8. FRIDAY. SEPT. 14, 1§28. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 49, No. It, BURLESON COUNTY C. OF C. GOES OVER STRONG Record Attendance Marks Opening Of Caldwell High School Monday * 1 I 1 % * i . u + f 4 {% « (♦ > t M STUDENTS EN- ROLL FROM OTHER ilIH Large Classes Assembl- ed For Another Nine Months Term. SUKS STUTEB U Every Department Well Organized and Op. erating Smoothly. School opened Monday, with a stu- dent body of over 130 transferred pupils, in addition to the local stu- dents. Numerous visitors enjoyed with the pupils a most interesting informal program. Mrs. Douglas ail! McLean delighted the audience wi their musical numbers. Miss Fletch- er, a talented musician and new member of the f...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 14 September 1928

CALDWBLL NEWS F M>r,Jlto(i^ir 14 1MB m Home Education The Chili. first School im the „ hg the NaUenal Kiadergarten Association, 8 We t 40th York City. These articles are appearing weekly in our colaams 18 CORPORAL PUNISHMENT SOMETIMES NECESSARY? Irma Morris "All aboard!" called little Ethel, as che rapidly turned the imaginary steering wheel of her touring car. 'Hiñe to come home," broke in Mother'h voice. )h no, Mother, I can't," answered Irtve* "I can't stop the car yet." Fete late," said her mother, cHag the fast-moving _• her little girl's hand, aha fntted *er away from the bench, saying, "We're awfully late. I didn't realise whst time it was. We hsve to . hurry.".. Ethel whimpered for s few minutes, bt$ jmpn Oil her attention was ab- sMthed in trying to make her little legs keep pace with Mother's long\ *t£k. fPlease don't to so fast," she «we or throe tines, each time receiving the same impatient reply, "BMntTtaU yea Afi late!" 'DJInt tJ U «di ages, their to Ethel loomed in...

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