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Br I Locals and Personals
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j J Avalyn Richards, Vivian Baxter
II j iud Ofrvlllo Cutlor left Tuesday In a
! I tear for Los Angoles, Calif.
J Mr. and Mrs. Jos. A. Dlckcrson
I spent Sunday In Salem with relatives
n tad friends.
! 1 j It. D. Thorno returned to Magna
I Wednesday aftor a ten days visit
ifij lur with his family.
K j Mr. and Mrst R. It. Thomas rls.
jM fla friends In Pleasant Qrovo Sun-
I I .
I ' ' Miss Nora Glllmnn of Vornal who Is
I t student, at tho II. Y. U. spent '.he
I ek end with tho Qtllraan families
W Mrs. James Bush entertained Su-
I arday aftornoon at a kenslngton.
B Lanchcon was served,
j I James Hay of Salt Lako spent Sun.
'I "'Jar her0 visiting his mother, Mrs.
U ..Mary Hay,
B Mrs. Hazel Kuphnldt daughter of
II Mrs. Dlna Nelson, and Mrs. Harold
It Kuphaldt of Lark spent tho past week
c the Nelson horn.
B ' E. H. Ctulor went to Soldlor Sum.
K jsUt last Wednesday for employment
I cam expects to remain there all win-
I Mra. Bert Smith entertalnod tho
I Trang Mothers Club at her homo
I Friday aftornoon. The usual club
I diversions were enjoyed and lunch
I M The Third ward M. I A. enter.
I fjjlf -tataed Tuesday evening In honor of
1 SS the Fathers and Mothers of the ward.
I ! A splendid program was enjoyed and
' I' sic
ftflg Word has bees, received that Up.
I HI Jas. H. Walker Is In Ban Francisco.
, I If Ms aew position It will be readily
' ,H , Includes a larger area thin
Sill eaa Alpine Bchool Dlatrlct.
Jttl ' ' i
m '-' Mf- aad Mrs. J. L. Atwood eate'r-
jjwI Ulaed at dinner Sunday In honor of
Ms Mr and Mrs. Ray Qlllman, the 00.
'l;f ' aaion, being the birthday of their
.Ijl j urn John Rae.
tjlfj " Mra. John Wright entertained oa
fjBfi , faturday night. Twelve guests were
ifitij resent. Supper was served and the
Ml! balance of tho evening spent In social
III I Robort Fage, son of Mr. and Mrs.
In I , las. D, Fnge returnod home Tues-
i say from Texas. Ho has been In
H , tae armyfor nearly six years and
j states his term of enlistment Is over
1 ; asi he Is home for good.
I Friends of Mrs. Edith Monson will
a pleased, to hear that sho Is grad-w-aally
Improving In health, though
slowly. Her husband 'Is Just able to
-be about on crtuches. The rest of
the family are In comparttlvely good
Mr. and Mra. Karl Banks enter.
Ulned the members of tho faculty of
the Lincoln high school Tuesday ev
ening. The tlmo wbb spent In pro.
iresslvo Rook, Mrs. L. B. Adamson
winning tho grand prlzo. Those pro
'; seat "wcro Mossrs. and Mesdamos
Cunningham, Ray Partrldgo, Elroy
West, L. B. Adamson, Charles Davis,
Mrs. Emo Marriott, Miss Ruth Ros.
') ' "engor, and MIbs Nellie Creer. A do
' llclous lunch was served)
1 , Mr. and Mrs. Ray Qlllman entnr.
talncd. at a birthday and wedding
anniversary celebrations Friday ev
Hlng, It being tho birthday of Ray
and Vern Qlllman and tho wedding
annlvorsary of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Olllman. Th0 ovenlng was spent In
music and social chat. (Somo ono re.
ported political chat, but wo hardly
think so.) Luncheon was sorved to
tho following: Mossrs and Mesdam
s Jas. Qlllman, Will Olllman, Vern
atllman, Clyde Qlllman, Glen QUI.
man, Lonard Fryer, John L. Atwood,
Edwin II. Cutler, Nora Qlllman of
. Vornal and Sadlo Pherson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bon Wright of Twin
FallB, Idaho, nro visiting rolativcs
and friends horo.
Mr. Harry Wldams, who has been
out of town all summer returnod
homo this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shoell wcro
buHlucss vls'.tors In Amorlcan Fork
Mrs. Fred Smith entertained last
Friday at a quilting. About twelvo
guests wcro present and luncheon
MRS. C. 1. WARNICK, Reporter.
Tho Sunshlno Swarm of Beo Hlvo
girls mot at tho homo of Ann Hoi
man Wednesday evening and helped
celobrato her birthday. Games and
muslo wcro tho main features of en.
tortalnment and delicious refresh
ments woro sorved. Those present
wero: Ruby Carlson, Estolla John
son, Blanch Meredith, Lcola 'Thome,
and Hannah Monson nnd Corn At.
wood, their beekeepers. A most
pleasant evening was spent.
Mrs. Mary Monson visited relatives
In Salt Lako County Wednesday and
The M. I. A. entertained Friday
Tho Pleasant Qroo Coming Co.
flnlshod th0 year's run Tuesday. Sov
oral men will still bo employed for
labollng, taking care or the. stock and
putting tho plant In ordor tor tho noxt
evening in honor of the fathers and
mothers. Tho docoratloas for the
occasion were elaborato and bcauti-(
ful. Tables woro arranged for all
the guests and a banquet served byj
tho Junior girls. Reed Waralck act.
ed as toastmaster and the following
toaBts wero given: "8ome achieve
ments of our fathers," by -Merrily
Wnrnlck; "Som0 Things our molhors
havo dond" by Hannah Monson;"
"What a fathor can do for his son"
by Lycon Johnson; "How a girl can
honor her mother" by Vorda Rod.
mail; "My Mothor," rending by Ef
flo Warnlck; poem "If," by Kipling,
read by Mrs. Anglo Warnlck; orig
inal stunt by George Panl and Arsca
Adams. ThlB was followed by dan
cing. Tho entertainment was under
tho 'direction oftho girls of tho Jim.
lor class with their class leader,
Mrs. Adcna Swcnson and the boys of
tho Junior class with their leader, 0.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. Sorcnson
of Provo, wcro tho guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. V. Swcnson Thursday.
Mrs. Fern W. Edwards returned
to Magna Sunday aftor spending tho
past sovoral weeks here with hor
paronts, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wad-
C. h. Warnlck was In Provo Mon.
day In tho Interest of the Federal
Land Bank of Borkeley, Cal. Sever
al farmers of this vicinity havo re.
contly secured, loans from this bank,
The 144th quorum Of Seventtea will
hold their meeting In Manila ward
Sunday nftornoon at 2 o'clock. Tho
subject "What It means to be a Mor
mon" will bo considered under tho
lHow docs Mormonlsm fulfill
the great commandment" H. V.
2 "Short historical analysis of
Mormoif.sm" Niels Fugal.
3 "Somo principals of Mormon.
Ism that attord great opportunity for
growth and development Thos. Qlca.
4"My Testimony of Mormonlsm"
i Each spoaker will bo given IB mln.
utcs to develop his particular topic
Thcro will also be special musical
numbers. All members of tho ward
nro lnvitod as well as al Sovontlcs
who belong to tho quorum.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C L. Wnrnlck, Bor.
'nard Chrlstensen and Miss Pearl
'Anderson of American Fork and Miss
Emily Anderson, members of tho
Stako Sunday School Board, visited
tho Sunday schools In Cedar Valley
Tho principal speaker In Sacra.
ment meeting Sunday afternoon was
Reed Wnrnlck who recently je-
turned from tho Northwest where ho
visited tho states of Idaho, Washing.
ton, Montana, and Oregon. He gave
a splon&d talk on the, principal
points of interest .visited and as this
Is the socodn tlm0 ho has been over
thl samo torrltory, ho was nblo to
toll of many Interesting conversations
with prominent peoplo thero.
Niels L. Monson of Salt Lake City
spent Sunday visiting bjs children
Mrs. Sarah Iverson was Invited
to Maplcton Thursday to attend the
Sunday school celebration given in
honor of her aged fathor, Brother
Tuckett. All who were officers and
teachers In tho Sunday school while
Continued on Column Three
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EVER since the advent of the steam engine we
have been speeding; up. and- while' 'that speed
has come with inestimable benefit, it has not come
without its measure of attendant harm. When the
' , legislature of New York was, first asked to grant a
franchise for eighteen miles of steam railroad, the
right to build this first railroad was aot granted
without a bitter opposition which contended that ( it
would be ttntafe because the engine would scare so
, many horses that aa uawarranted toll of death would
result. i f - v , ,, -j 4 , .
I The railroad 'came aad those who opposed it were
I right in their death toll predictions. The engines
! slid scare the horses. There were runaways, and
I what is worse, there were wrecks on the rails and
'an ever-increasing list of accidents have been recorded
Ias the iron ribbed mileage multiplied.
"But for all this we would not erase the railroads
from our maps; we would not go back to the days
when even a king would cry My kingdom for a
t ' The thrashing machine has cost many a thrasher
aa arm. But we would not go back to the days when
we flayed grain on the floor.
- Mill machinery and foundry furnaces take their
human toll' Hut we ,cannot do without them.
We fly sky-high and all too often we read of a
fallen slyer. It is the price we pay to learn how
with safety to use the swifter way.
The auto brings its price in limb and life. We pay
k and speed away.
We have been impatiently seeking speed. With
the same impatience we must seek safety. The cost
of speed has reached such alarming proportions that
the Safety First" slogan was born.
Observeje did not enr "Cut it out" nor did we
I - ' . Use 1
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Wj I Sold By All Leading Give,.,,
m Kos:o2:oxo:':or:or:o::o:o:;o;:o:f:o::or;5 zri . .
i even plead to "Slow, down." We do not want to
; slacken, much lets to stop. On the contrary, we
i want to speed up. That is progress. But we must
speed up, safety.
i The Niti6nal Safoty Council reports that the com
i piled figures of preventable accidents in 1920 show
, a death tojl of as many people as live in the State
: of Nevada". In other words, in one' year we wiped
i out by accident one' whole State. That means that
1 it is timi to STOP something. It is not speed we
i ,ahou!d slop. We must stop' recKl:sneis. " .
The man-eating thrashing machine has gone out
i of fashion. But'ltlie fool at the autq wheel is busy.
I tFatalitics from reckless auto driving average tiiirty
I deaths a day. Wc have speed laws, but they are
1 defiantly disobeyed and the violators when arrested
are too dftcn dismissed with a modified reprimand or
I a petty fine.
i To endans-r the life .of another is not a light or
t Wc must adjust ourselves to the auto as the horse
r didto tlfe train. We make the train run on schedule.
I limit its speed on curves, slow down at the sign of
caution and come to a full stop at the STOP signal.
r So must wc make every auto driver do. ,
There is but one way to do it, and that is for every
i community to impose drastic penalty for every of
r fender and for every community to promptly get rid
of any officer that fails to arrest the offenders and
r ?v.e.ry J"1'8 a!"' magistrate that will not impose the
full penalty of the crime. ,
1 If i' i a crime to take life, it is a crime to endanger
t life. Speed up safety. It h tb duty of every town
I and county government to get indignantly busy on
this all important job. Wc cannot spare our people
in whole state-full lots.
T fUNCLE JOHN9pE
It seems to me, Thanks-givin' Day is good fcr people
rery AVay, I wouldn't want to doubt it. . . . I'm certain
t that our blessed Lord forgives our sins an' keeps His word
w cotUda't live without it I I've noticed that the thanN
ful man, who docs the very best he can to
Thanks 8now ne Lord ne's grateful is happier a
V"rr thousand-fold, than one whose gratitude is
fWi cold, an' thrives by bcin' hateful. I'd ruthcr
bless a crust of bread with benedictions
sweetly said, than gloat o'er ingrate's splendor. ... I'd thank
the Hand that allers feeds, an' suits the blessin to our needs
an' keeps our conscience tender. ...
If I must dine on rabbit roast, bckase I can't dig up the
cost of gobbler, stuffed with drcssin'- I'll down my hare-hop
with a smile in firm belief that, after while, we'll reap a
richer blessin' I ain't ashamed to kiss the rod that
chastens by the hand of God, 'j
yet spares my daily livin' . . SS -
and mebbe that is why I'm & EZZTZLKZ
here, to celebrate another year f - "j?
rin praises and Thanksgivin' 1 " V
npHEY tell about Jake gom into
the barn to light his lantern so
he could go courtln'. The farmer
next dcor kidded him: "I never used
a lantern when I went courtin'," said
the farmer, and Jake said: "No, of
course not; an' look what you got."
"icrc's lots of Jakes out these days
with their lanterns, when they ought
to be out with their X-rays. What's
the use 'of looking at when you can
look ill. Lantern marriages mean
pretty faces and heads with no
adornment but the hair. The only
advantage of courtin' with a lantern
is that you can blow it out, an
t'len ah, happiness doesn't come
from object to eye, but faith an
lasting love come from soul to soul,
an' you don't need any lantern to
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Mrs Winifred Mason Muck, daughter of iate Congressman Mason i
of Illinois, was the only one of many women candidates elected to
national office in the recent election. She goes to Congress to fill out,
her father's term. Photo U of Mrs. Huck and her family.
This is your corner. Make use of it for your information on questles
that arc nuzzling you It will be my pleasure and privilege to answer cam.
fully and promptly all questions submitted to me. Your questions mutt bt
limited to two, and your full name and address must accompany each ItHer.
For special information send stamped envelope. All communication fli
always be held in absolute confidence.
All letters should be addressed very plainly in pen and, ink to
Helen Brooks. Box 1545, Salt Lake City. , . ,o ,
Dcr MIm Brooku
Wt hre bn very Inttrctted In thy ' "
"Betwetn You nd Me," snd wouli Ilk rou
to niwer lew qntloni for ui. Are the
following elor nuirrW. If io who to T
Iludolph Valentino. Betty Compton. Buck
Jones. Chrll Chiplln and Lll la K
Rudolph Valentino li married ha h any
ehlldren? Wbhlns rou all klnd of luck In
your work w remain as ever.
BLTTY AND BOBBY, Utah.
Sorry to hava kept you waltlns aolong, but
your letter wa delayed In reachlna m
eauie It was Ineorreetly addreiied. Rudolph
Valentino hai been married twice. Ma flrat
wife wa Jean Acker. Ills preeent wlf wa
Winifred Shaushneiiy. He ha no children.
Betty Compson, Ltla Lee and Buck Jonej are
unmarried. Charlie Chaplln'i wife, from whom
he la divorced, wai Mildred Harrli.
Thanka for your food wbhea, slrla.
Dear MUi Brooku
May I obtain help from your column T My
questions are! (1) Js Ontario. Canada, a
"dry" state? (I) What day did the 13th of
February, 100S, fall on? (S) Would you
pleas tell me a few came, aultabl for boys
and girls of from twelve to eighteen years!
Thanking you In anticipation, and hoping 1
may call again some day, I am, your faith
fully, "DAltKIK." Utah.
You are welcome, Darkle. (1) Yes, On
tario, Canada. U "dry." (!) The lSth of
February. 103, cam on Friday. (I) It Is
rather difficult to explain m gam In small
pace, but I will try. Prepare sheet of paper
with the nam of each Individual present writ
ten on them, and opposite the name ar three
columns with the words weight, height and
(X at the top. Each guest I then requested
to writ opposlt the nam hi decision In
regard to the height, weight and ag of each
person. Male out a sheet that Is correct, as
nearly aa you can. and then And out which one
has mad the most correct guesses. To the
on who haa the most, a prl: nlrht ba
awarded. The fun come from ascertaining
the correct height and weight. Tho height Is
determined by measurement, the weight by
someone who I expert on guessing weight,
nnlen you should happen to have scale suf
ficiently large. Each person' ag will be
found on their own paper. Each person "cor
rects" his own paper by checking up with
th correct paper aa the height, weight and
ag Is read off, and th difference betwean.hls
guess and, the correct on fc places In, a sep
arate column. When these ar added up th
smallest number Is th nearest correct.
Another gam which cause great amuse
ment Is to place a tare smooth anpl on
th Boor and hav ach one try In turn to
pick the apple up on a teaspoon, without the
ui of the Angers. To th on picking up th
appl th greatest number of time In on
mUmt go th prl of th appl. Call
Dear Ml1 Brook i
W hav cen reading' ysur InUreellni' cor
ner, and would like to ask a few questions.
(1) When was, Hallowe'en. flrtt started, and
where did It get Its namet (t) In giving a'
party, how could yon entertain boys and girl
from th ag of fourteen to sixteen If th
boys don't daneaT (3) If a very dear girl
friend of your was Introduced to 'a boy, and
you wero not, and he took a liking to you,
and you .received a letter from him, should you
BABE, TOOTS, PEGGY, Utah.
Very glad you And my corner interesting.
You are welcome. (1) Hallowe'en, of- Hallow
even, U'the evening of Oct 31. That- even
ing h so-called, however, because It Is the eve
of th Christian festival of All Saint, which
fall on November 1. It means Holy Ev.
About thirteen centuries ago pagans cele
brated November 1 aa All Saint Day, when
spirits, both good and evil, were believed to be
on earth. Th Druid also celebrated their
harvest festival about that time, and maay
trang ceremonies wer performed, and w th
Hallowe'en diversions of today ar sotn which
originated centuries ago. ' Th nam come
from th old English word "hatwe," or as w
now say, holy. (3) In this same Issue you
will And this answer for "Darkle." (3) If you
know thl boy U respectable In vry way,
but you should us discretion.
Dear Miss Brooks)
Will you pleas answer a question for mT
I Ilk a boy very much who I th same ag
I am. W went together about thrc months
and then we had a quarrel and quit Another
of my boy friends tails me this boy aUII jovca
m but he Is going with another girl b does
not like as well. What can I do to get him
back? As ever,
. , WNK, Wye,
Nothing for you to do, dear. He will re
turn to you If h wishes to. You can be pleas
ant and agreeable when you And yourself In
his society, but It I not your privilege or place
to make overtures to hlra la any way, unless,
of coume, jrou were at fault when yojr
"quarrel" occurred. It U always "rlght'to
ndmlt you were "wrong," you know,
Dear Miss Brooks i
I have been reading your corner In the Areo
Advertiser and 1 enjoy It very much. . So I
thought I would aik some question and would
ike you to answer them if you will. (1) What
"'"',,,mP,0n's address! (2) I wa born
In March, what is my lucky day and month?
WUhlng you much success, I am a friend,
Ddf.LY, of Idaho.
You are very welcome, Dolly, (t) Hop,
Ilampton'a address Is. Hope Hampton Produc
tons Inc.. First National rtelease. 1540
"t"''" Yok c () rot on. born
In March. Wednesday U said to be lucky day
and September and May lucky month.
My Dear Miss Brooks i
em"! L"V"'n' iat "tU UeTom.
I V..Tm ,0Ur "?' Corntr "'
ago. You said I wa about femteen or fifteen
ately. Now for my questions. (1) Will you
It would b. a year? (2) Will you tell me
iWirli,"",?t " Plctur ot B'0 BanUta
MsSt ",- " hW mUch wouM oS
l:ura.P,:"ctere":,,ln,t '" ""W" "'
JUST I'LAIN SNOWDUOP, Spring City.
Welcome. Snowdrop. I mUied ,lgbuy, ,"
Honed Is 2t0 per year and the address Is
Yor m"nr ru,'"""r. ". m.l... New
rMMtlrS if "o""". '" ,hem ""llr and
requesting It. Snowdrop. Sotici ll their
Scents''. d " "a tt ""
Dear Miss Brooks i
tlm.h!?i V" rca!lln your co'-nr f9r me
m. and have tnrti ,,. ,-,, ,, ."
Krwanl ta7im ain; rVf "ame ,n for " '
' '"" ' ' wnvt mxL n. Hi'Wne
!' IMIIM' HPTITU HIMIM'I'U
to them. 1 was born In January, what h a
lucky day and color? What would be a Ml
motto for school? Will you pleas tll b!
what the) names mean t Chloe, Dti). aj-v
Violet and Evelyn. Wlihlng you greVtwl;
cess In answering my questions, and hete
you can read my writing, as ever, year """",
FRIEND, from Utsk. '
I gladly welcome you. and your nan kW
been forwarded a requeitcd. For on bora k
January, Saturday la supposed to be lis lath
day and the months March and November. C
or are garnet silver, gray, brown and Week
Of th name yon Wish I fnd only Ruth, Bust.
Ing "friend," Violet meaning "rlolet," u
Eielyn, meaning "life." The Latin W
"Quantl est taper," meaning "How deslrall
Is wisdom and knowledge," would be a spies.
did school or elaa motto,
Dear Miss Brook I
Will von kindly answer a few questions (
met (1) Pleas tell me how old you thiol I
am by my writing. (2) Could you tell rt
where! I could act th piny, "The Stolen Flew
Queen," and how much It would cost? I
JUST A 8NOWPI.AKE. Spring Cltr. I
I will do th beat 1 can, Snowfist. (il
Probably thirteen or fourteen. (?) I as l
locate th play. If I can later I wilt let ml
Dear Miss Brook t I
Will you plea answer the following l
tlons. (1) How should a woman sir kel
nan. In n Hotel Register? (2) What sWliI
girl do when a man leaves her standing Is oil
middle of th Boor of a ballroom? (I) Tstl
la th correct thins to wear to a tea taftl
theatre party, or a garden party? (I) SB
which aid of th woman should a ata aafl
himself at a tab!? (5) May a slice at tmfl
k bitten Into, or should It be broke hl
malt pleoe. buttered Individually aid so eafl
veyed to th mouth? (6) What are the hdfl
daya and months of people born March I, l)fj
1n October 15. 1S0(? Thanking you isafl
vance and wishing you success In year tfl
I remain, l
My dear Jaekta, you did not read th rdsl
for thl department did you? Read then MsffJ
and you will at) your questions have excisfcH
th limit by four. You will remember tab
next time, won't you? (1) It xsirlfl
woman ah should sign herself, Mrs. MM
8mlth ; If a widow she may sign tk
way or vm bar own nam. , Mra lafl
Smith. If unmarried her slgnatar sUS
n her full name, 'Mb Mary H
(t)'.It hardly saaaw posslbl that any
oouldi be o rasta aa to teav a girl M
la the mMdl at a ballroom floor, bat skaM
h do thl th only tiling th girl eaasafj
And a seat for harnlf and avoid a resstfcfl
of this emba naming situation, by
person, at least, (3) Tor aa "
caption sor taa am ataborat afternoca
very correct aHhough In this day of tH
ular tallor-mao suit or gown, either art jsfB
permissible,. Thl earn dress b alas S
for th theatre, arid th batr may be
very .tlsWnUly. For the garden psrtr
fluffiest and daintiest of summer drssseifaj
worn, with flower-laden hats and sersSSBJ
sunshades, whits ehoe and gloves, OH
snaa aeata himself at the left of Us Ufeffl
the table, (t) Break off a small Wt ef kH
at',' time, butter and transfer to Ue H
with th Anger. (6) For persons sonBBJ
March. Wednesday b said to be thru 'ff
day and 'September and May the loeky anstaaj
For October, Friday I th day, an J Aafta
December th month. PM
Dear Mis Brook. aH
I hav ba vary much lnrrti k 'M
Between Toa ami Ma," and vmWhaakiSW
you a few question. (1) I am svWeisaf
old weighing a hundred and taawH
poand. Is thl too math and weoJ4yiaja
m to tak a teal to redaee? ""
flv feet thra brnhm la height (! II ?
way bad th dir to become a "i'H
would It b Mm to overcome thl ?
or to try and develop It?. (3) Tie BB3
certain boy whom I think th werM
thcr no way la whleh I could rosxs
mors for mT I am quit pdpular, JM
other fellow anally tak me to """l
Thanking. yea la advance, I am, ;Bmi
(1) Yoa ar oaly a fw pounds M"1H
Peggy, so do not naort to a "task rH
ar slightly talbr than the rente aBB
seventeen, so I would say you are V "paBl
eight pound over weight and you fSK
keep from putting on more flak M !rH
plenty of Herds, inch as woTVIW. fJM
kind of athlstla sports which ycu aiZjM
In now. Do not eat many ,"Vaaal
(2) If your deslr toeeom f?1lL?iaB
I accompanied by talent along t Jm
talnly you should Improve It I . TB
why you should try to overcome ! '"
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