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*i & & PS"* SfV wr~- THE CONTEST WINNERS Brown Caster and Ruth Farquhar Awarded the Honors in the High School Declamatory Contest.. The opera house was packed last Friday evening at the Leon High School declamatory contest which was to determine what two pupils ^ere to represent the Leon school in the county contest which will be held st Lamoni on Friday evening, March 25th. There were twelve contestants and each one acquitted themselves with credit and honor and it was to be re gretted that all could not be winners, but the contest'was limited to two representatives from each school. The judges were Rev. L. Hughes. Judge J. W. Harvey, Elder J. S. Coffin. Mrs. J. W. Long and Miss Hazel Lionberger, and they had no easy Job in scoring the twelve con testants for many of the markings were very close. The winner of first place was Mr. Brown Caster with the oration "Thfe Intervention for Cuban Independence," and he certainly BROWN CASTER Winner of First Place. !(Ruth proved that he is a natural orator and was highly complimented on his effort which would have done credit to many an older person. It- *Nis-.'.talked one of the best ever heard in this .city. Second place was given to Miss the dramatic line, "How the La Rue ^Stakes Were Lost,-"- and the manner itr which she portrayed the story ij brought tears to the eyes of many •the audience. Miss Ruth has marked dramatic talent and is to be congrat ulated on her successful effort. fir Decatur County High School Pe lamatory Contest Program of the Decatur County High School Declamatory Contest to be held at the L. D. S. church in La moni March 25, 1910: 1. Music, Lamoni Concert Band. 2. Invocation. Oratory. 3. "Eulogy on Lafayette," Mr. David Rex Bruce. 4. "Intervention for Cuban In dependence," Brown Caster. 5. "The New South", Baaln-s Halstead. 6. Vocal Solo, Lola Bucking ham. 7. "Success or Failure," Orayce Vanatta. 8. (Title not known), David Williams. 9. Music, High School Orches tra, assisted by Leslie Wight. Dramatic. 10. "How the La Rue Stakes Were Lost," Ruth Farquhar. 11. "Pro Patria," Alma Garber. 12. Sparticus to the Gladiators,,r Guy Hubbell. 13. Vocal Number. IB. "The Face on the Floor," Zelma Tharp. 16. "The Lost Word," Meryle Warrington. 17. Music, High School Orches tra. 1 Farquhar, her effort being in RUTH FARQUHAR- Winner of Second Place The other contestants. Misses Nina Still. Grace Bowman, Minnie Harris, Mildred Avery, Fannie Hazlet, Nellie Cain and Louise Gardner, and Messrs Victor Ogilvie, Charles Pullen and -Xester Gardner all did exceptionally well, and are entitled to praise for their splendid work. The contestants were drilled by Mrs. Marlon Wasson and the excellent work done by them ^testifies to her ability as an instructor in this line. The High School band furnished music for the evening and the High School Glee Club sang several selec tions and had to respond to several encores. The boys really did better than many of the traveling clubs on the road. arrangements have practically been completed for a special train to rnn to Lamoni the night of the con test which will return after the con test .closes, as a large number from Leon and other towns who have con testants will want to go. Williams—Wadswertli. Mr. Benjamin Williams, of Grand River* and Miss Nellie Wadsworth, of Van Wert, were quietly married in this city on last Wednesday even ing by Rev. William Owens, of the Baptist church. The happy young couple will make their home on a farm near Van Wert, where they are both well known and very popular among a large cir cle of acquaintances, who unite in wishing them a long and prosperous wedded lif&. .] Don't miss seeing "Eli and Jane," one of the biggest shows now on the road. At the opera house March 23. Humor." 18. "The Woouen Arm," Edith Fleet. 19. "A Hoosier Romance," Hazel Griffin. Music, Lamoni Concert Band. Decision of Judges. Note—The returns from Weldon were not received in time to be in cluded in this announcement, but their places on the program will be announced next week. Tickets on sale at the door. Admission 25 and 35 cents. O. II. Hollen, Secretary. Hugh Wilson, of Davis City, Drops Dead Depot at Leslie. Hugh Wilson, of Davis City, but formerly of this county, and well known here, dropped dead from neu ralgia of the heart in the depot at Lesne last Monday morning, March 7 th, just after leaving the train. Os car Yates had spent Sunday at the Wilson home at Davis City and in I company with Mr. Wilson, was re turning to Leslie on the morning train. Two or three times on the train he complained of a slight attack and of coming on to Osceola to consult a doctor, but when they ar rived at Leslie be felt so much better that he decided to stay there. He had shaken hands with several of his old friends and had walked up to the ticket window to inquire what time the freight would leave for Osceola, fin^ fell over dead while talking to the operator. He had been quite sick the week before with the same dis ease and was subject to heart trouble. Mr. Wilson was fifty-five years of age and was a man well liked by all who knew him, and had many friends who mourn with the sorrowing wife and three sons who are left without a husband and father. Funeral ser vices were held from the Leslie church Wednesday morning at eleven o'clock, conducted by Rev. G. E. Roberts. The body was brought to Osceola for interment.—Osceola Dem ocrat. A Surprise. -Last Wednesday, March 9th, being Miss Alice Still's 19th birthday, her mother and sister Nona planned a surprise for her. Alice was invited out to spend the day with her broth er, Jim Still. About noon word was sent that shte had better return home as there was company to see her. Alice was having a pretty good time and did not want to come, but finally decided it would be best. She was very much surprised to see so many people gathered at her home, but soon got. over her surprise and was ready to help entertain the crowd. The day was spent in music and con versation and a general good time that the young people in this vicin ity know so well how to have. The guests remained until the lateness of the day warned them to depart. Alice received some nice presents and a large number of post cards from friends who could not \ome. Those present were Marion Davis, Glyde Waller, John Fitch, Jim Still, with their families, Ed Barrett and wife, Grandma Kizzire, Edyth Cowles, Julia Horney, Nellie Woolsey, Mayne Waid, Anna Hubbard, Anna, George and Jack licDaniel, Clifford and Bert Ingram, Ray Marven and Steve Mar ble. Xight Telegraph. Rates. The Western Union Telegraph Co. has announced that it will shortly put in a new night rate for messages, the charge for fifty words or less be ing the same as the regular day rate for a message of ten words. The Postal Telegraph Co. has already es tablished the Bystem and the West ern Union will follow suit within a short time. The new service will be .known as a special night letter service, and by the. terms to be submitted by the company, any person may send fifty I words of less at a cost similar to the amount charged for sending ten I words at the regular day rate. Furthermore, one-fifth of the stand ard day rate will be charged for each additional ten words or less. It is expected that the new service will be availed of to a large extent by busi ness concerns Grand Itiver. Dr. Ward's next dates at Grand River are March 21st"to 26th. HELD BIG CITY CAUCUS Or. 0. W. Foxworthy Nominated for Mayor and Ticket is Named "Leon Boosters' Ticket." The opera house was crowded at the caucus called by Mayor Gates on Tuesday evening to nominate candi dates for city officials. The meeting was called to order and A. P. Olsen named as chairman and J. V. Lemley and S. G. Mitchell secretaries. L. P. Van Werden, Roe Caster, C. E. Hen deron and W. A. Poush were select ed for tellers. On motion it was decided that a majority of all votes cast should be necessary to nominate and that in voting each voter was to march to the stage and deposit his ballot with the tellers. The first nomination was that of mayor and the intormal ballot re sulted as follows: O. W. Foxworthy 126, M. Woodard 72, Hr Farquhar 51, Ja£ F. Harvey 28, J. J. Wall, 14, A. M. Pryor 6, Henry Pease 2, C.. M. Akes 1, C. C. Little 1. There was a total of 301 votes cast. On the first formal ballot there were 317 votes cast fts follows: Foxworthy 146, Woodard 91, Farquhar 60, Harvey 18, Pryor 2, there being no choice. It was claim ed and announced by the judges that one.man had voted 40 tickets at c.ne time on this ballot and a .Dtum pre vailed that each man must, hand his ticket to the judges. On the secon formal ballot Fox worthy was nominated, there being 306 votes cast of which Foxworthy received 161, Woodard 87, Farquhar 52 and Harvey 6. Dr. Foxworthy was declared the nominee. C. M. Akes and Geo. T. Ogilvie were nominated for aldermen at large by acclamation, as was M. A. Gammill for treasurer. For assessor C. C. Little received 67 votes, J. W. Honnold 55, I. N. Ruark 7, there being 129 votes cast, many having left the hall as soon as mayor was nominated. Mr. Little was declared nominated. On motion the name "Leon Boost ers Ticket" was adopted to head the ticket. The ward aldermen are yet to be nominated, and there will probably be another ticket named also, as un der the law all must go on the of ficial ballot by petition. 'William Itobison. William Robinon, the subject of this sketch, was the son of James and Elizabeth Means Robinson, was born Butler county, Penna., Dec. 4, 18. 6, and died at the irtmily home in Eden township, on March 10, 1910, Ins death beins lue to paralysis, from which he l-.asuffered since in November of last year. Mr. Robison came to Decatur county in 1857 or 1858. He was united in marriage to Miss Catharine Trembley, April 10, 1859, and to their union were born five children, B. F., John T., -Sarah and W. D. Robison -and Mrs. S. Latta, all of whom reside in this County. Mr. robison was converted and united with the New Salem Baptist church in 1886, and lived a devoted christian life until death came and released him. In 9 he settled on the farm where he died, being among the early settlers of Decatur county. Here in their home they raised their children to manhood and woman' hood, and he lived to see his children all settled down in good homes around him, with the exception of Sarah, who haB always lived at home. Brother Robison was a good man in every sense of the word, a kind and affectionate husband, a loving father, and above all a devout Christ ian, and will be missed by old and young. The funeral services were held at the New Salem church, conducted by Rev. Cyrus Deyoe, a large con course of friends following the body from his home to the church. The scripture lesson from Rev. 21:4."And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes, and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain for the former things are passed away." After services at the church the body was laid to rest in the cem etry at New Salem by the hands of kind friends who sympathize with the aged companion and children in their bereavement. Uncle Sam Takes Johnny Wise. An officer from the United States marshal's office came up last Tues day and took "Johnny Wise" to St. Joseph to answer an indictment se cured against him in the United States court. While conducting his industrious line of forgery and other frauds, Johnny frequently represent ed himself as a postofflce rural route inspector. Your Uncle Sam does not lightly condone such offenses, and it is probable that before Mr. Wise gets through with the United States au thorities he will be much wiser, and probably considerably older than he is now.—Albany Capital. Seed Corn—I will have a car of extra fine seed corn at Leon within a few days, and when it arrives a gen eral telephone call will go over the lines announcing its arrival. I have personally selected this corn, which was not injnred by freezing and yon ran get no better seed. Parties want ing seed corn can leave orders at the Farmers & Traders State Bank. E. Housh. Methodist Notes. Sunday, March 20th, Palm Sunday will-be observed. Subject for Sun day morning, "Triumphant yet Fear ful." Sunday evening, "Christ Clear ing the Temple." Palms for decorat ing the church will be greatly ap preciated. Special services will con tinue during the week with the fol lowing subjects: Monday, March 21, 7:30 sermon, "Nothing but Leaves." Tuesday, March 22, 7:30 sermon, Love's Princely Tribute." Wednesday, March 23, 7:30 ser mon, "Watch." Thursday, March 24, 7:30 sermon, His Last Night on Earth." Friday, March 25, 7:30 sermon, It is Finished." Saturday, March 26. Let us spend the evening in meditation and prayer. This was the day of his re pose in the tomb. All are cordially invited. Christian Church Notes. /J* Elder J. S. Coffin will fulfill the pulpit again next Sunday morning and evening. The morning theme, "Fig Trees and Bramble Bushes." Evening, "ghall a Christian be at Peace With All Men?" The mid week prayer meeting will be omitted this week on account of the special meetings at the M. E. church. '6 Akin—Negley. Mr. James N. Akin, a merchant of Gravity, Iowa, and Mrs. Margaret E. Egley, of Kellerton, were married at thpr clerk's office in this city on Mon day evening by Justice C. W. Beck. They will make their home at Grav ity. Marriage Licenses. Christopher H. Pangman, Lamoni 31 Erflia E. Morgan, Lamoni 24 J. N. Akin, Gravity 39 Margaret Egley, Kellerton 34 Everett Dale, Pleasanton 29 Annie Smith, Leon 2 4 Mr. A. D. Cornett, the aged father of Mrs. Charley Gore, of the Pnegel restaurant, is spending a few weeks witb his daughter. Mr. Cornett is 82 years of age and somewhat feeble. He was one of the earliest settlers and formerly owned a large farm east of Pleasanton, having entered the ]and when he first moved to this section. He Recently sold the farm an^TNE hom^j'is JIOW Linftville Tribune. LEON, IO.WA, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1910. VOLUME LVI HjTO. 30. at Lamoni.— T^o thej£u^»ple o! ^Decatur City and towsHMT: We ^coming back to yo'jr town to gave- zyatttiie best of service and attention and with our new Brick Home we will not be at the mercy of others as we was when the building we were formerly in was sold and we had no other al ternative but to leave your town on that account, so we are now with you heart and hand. Bowsher & Bowsher. W. A. Brown, of Centerville, form erly of this city, has been appointed state agent for the Iowa Inter-Statfe Business Men's Association, and will make his headquarters at Lincoln, Neb. Will has been traveling tor some months for this company in Iowa and has made a splendid retard which seems to be appreciated by the home office in making the above appointment. Last Wednesday afternoon the house occupied by Robert Allbee, on south Main street, was discovered to be on fire, and an alarm was given The fire company responded prompt ly, but a few buckets of water ex tinguished the flames, which started from a ilue burning out, and the damage amounted only to a few doll ars. The house is owned by Jap Cesler. ~~^his is to certify that I am in sured in the Woodman Accident As sociation of Lincoln, Neb. In Janu ary.I received a severe injury by a horse falling on me, and wish to state that I received prompt payment in full for my claim for damage. The Woodman Accident Association is a very reliable company and every man should carry an accident policy. r?u M.L.Dale. If your neighbor comes in this week to borrow your Reporter you can make up your mind that they are in arrears and the paper was stopped, We had to stop quite a few papers this week because they were more than a year in arrears, and the post office department says we can not mall a paper to a subscriber who is more than one year in arrears. E. H. Peck, the Burlington civil engineer, passed through this city Saturday, going to his home at De catur City, to visit.over Sunday. He Bays we can expect to see work on the new Burlington depot at Leon com menced before many weeks. James Miller, of Davis City, was in Leon Monday and informed us that he and his son Clayton .would open a new implement house in Davis City on March 20th, with a full line of new implements. :v Sweet singers, pretty dances, new music. All funny comedians to be seen in "Eli and Jane," including four big specialties. At the opera house March 23rd. Every spare hour the farmer can devote to testing his seed corn will be time, profitably spent. And the testing should be painstaking and thorough. For Rent—5 room house known as the Mrs. Bobbitt house, 3 blocks from the square. Inquire at the bouse. PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS Visitors in Leon and Elsewhere as Caught by The Reporter Man at the Depot and on the Street. Mrs. Mandrew Holland, of Garden Grove, came Thursday to visit a few days ill this city with her daughter,. Mrs. F. M. Rhoades. Dr. J. O. Woodmansee returned last Thursday from a business trip to Des Moines, and while there at tended the auto show. Mrs. Amanda Hannah returned Friday to her home at Pawnee, Mo., after visiting a few days with rela tives at Decatur City. Mrs. Allie Merwm left Monday for Maltby, S. D., to join h$r husband who has taken a claim fn the Iowa vcolony near that place. i\irs. J. N. Estes, of Davis City, re turned home Thursday evening after a short visit in this city at the home ot h^r son, Orel Estes. D. T. Manchester, of Eden town ship,- returned Friday evening from Des Moines, where he attended the good roads convention. C. D. Hathaway and wife returned last Thursday evening to their home at Kellerton after spending the day with friends in this city. Mrs. J. A. Stephens and mother, Mrs. John Harrow, left Tuesday afternoon for. Burdette, Colorado, make their future home. Scott Gardner returned Saturday evening from a week's visit at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Zeal Aus man, at Muscatine, Iowa. J. V. Arney ,of Franklin township, returned Saturday from attending a couple of big cattle sales at Williams burg and Parnell, Iowa. H. E. Hughes and little daughter Cela, of north of town, went to Albia Saturday and visited over Sunday at the home of his parents. Mrs, M. C. Alley, of Shenandoah, came Tuesday tor. visit over night at the home of hereon, Dan Alley, going from here to Des Moines. Green Hawk£ of Davis City, was a visitor in this* city last Thursday, being on his way home from spend ing a few days at Cainsville. Miss Alma Garber, of Van Wert, came down Friday evening to visit relatives and to attend the High School declamatory contest. Mrs. D. E. Gatchell and daughter Miss Edna went to Chariton Friday to visit a few days at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. E. Dorn. Miss Martha Young, of Grand Riv er, came Saturday evening for a short visit in-this city at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. L. Mendenhall. Mrs. Will -Lewis ''Returned last Thursday from a few days visit at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs J. H. Burrows, at Cainsville. Mrs. J. T. Thompson and daughter Miss Ida, of Van Wert, came Friday evening for a short visit at the home of her brother, S. E. Benefiel. Miss Lucy Kenyon returned Fri day to her home at Bethany after visiting for a week in this city with her friend, Mrs.R. G. Layton. Mrs. Lila Glover returned Saturday to her home at Saline, Mo., after a few days visit in this city at £he home of her sister, Mrs. W. E. Craig. Mrs. S. A. Buffum, of Garden Grove, came Tuesday to visit a few days in this city at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. O. Alexander. Mrs. Maggie Hartshorn returned Monday to her home at Osceola after visiting a few days in this citv at the home of her brother, J. H. Ryan. Mrs. Joe Still returned Saturday evening to her home in Mt. Ayr after visiting a few days in this city at the home of her father-in-law, J. M. Still. Mort Shell, of Decatur City, was a visitor in this city last Friday. He had just returned from a stay of several months at Winterset, Iowa, Mrs. O. T. Conrey returned Mon day from Springfield,. Mo., where she had been visiting for a couple of weeks at the home of her parents. Mrs. J. W. Laney, of Decatur City, came Monday evening to visit a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. W. Sears, of Center town ship. J. W. Benefiel and daughter Miss Mate returned Monday to their home at King City Mo., after visiting for a few days with his brothers in this city. i-»r. F. H. Penniwell, of Denver, Mo returned last Friday evening from Iowa City, where he had- been attending a dental clinic for a few days. Mrs. M. C. Mullin and daughter, Miss Nannie, went .to Garden Grove last Thursday to visit a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bert Stiles. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Bradley re turned Thursday evening to their home at Kellerton after a short visit in this city at the home of Wm. Ogden. Mrs. J. B. Baird returned Thurs day to her home at Winfield, Kas., after visiting a few days in this city at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ed Drake. Miss Florence Moorhead, the prim ary teacher at the south school build ing, went to Humeston Friday and visited over Sunday with relatives and friends. Rev. and Mrs. Jas. A. Armstrong returned last Wednesday from Fair field and left Friday for Macksburg, Iowa, where they are holding a series of meetings. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Oxford, of Cainsville, spent a few hours in, this city last Thursday, while enrou£e home from a visit with a daughter who lives at Gallatin, Mo. Miss Fannie Clark returned Sat urday evening from a week's visit in Des Moines at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. L. Parrish, who came home with her for a short visit. Mrs. Rebecca Day, of Saline, lo., was visiting friends in this city MOH- day, being on her way to Des Monies to visit a few days at the home ol her daughter. E. W. Teale went to Davis City Saturday evening and spent Sunday with his family. He had been at Des Moines for a few days attending the big auto show. Mrs. Charles Sanders returned Sat urday to her home at Grand River after spending a few days at the home* of her mothe'r, Mrs. James Moore, in this city. Mrs. Charles Bailey, of Gravity, who had been visiting l^Des Moine#, came Tuesday evening to visit a few days with relatives in this city be fore returning home. Mrs. Alice Gordon, of Des Moines, who had been visiting at Kansas City, was in Leon Tuesday on her way to Pleasanton to visit a few days with relatives. Miss Ada Hartshorn returned last. Thursday evening to her home in Davis City after visiting a few days in this city at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Henderson. D. E. Gatchell left Tuesday morn ing for Cheyenne, Wyoming, and ex pects to take a claim in one of the adjoining counties and also engage in the abstract business. Mrs. W. M. Baker, of near this city, returned Saturday from a visit with her sisters in Des Moines. Her sister, Miss Clara Leahy, came liome with her for a short visit- Capt. and Mrs. J. D. Brown went to Garden Grove Tuesday to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Margaret Burns, who died Monday and was buried Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. R. M. Grandstaff of Leroy, who was visiting in this city at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. H. L. Lutz, went to Davis. City Fridav to visit relatives in that viftinity. T. E. Newman, of Mt. Ayr, has been visiting the past few days in this city at the home of his brother. J. I-I. Newman. He will leave short ly on a trip to South Dakota. Attorneys G. W. Baker, C. W. Hoffman and E. H. Sharp were at Davis City Friday and Saturday look ing after a preliminary hearing of Harrison Boyer before Justice J. H: Fans. Mrs. .1. H. Warrington and daugh ter Miss Meryl, were visiting friends in this city last Friday. Miss Meryl went to Decatur City Saturday after noon to visit over Sundav with Helen Deck. Mrs. O. C. Brenizer, of Davis Citv, and her mother, Mrs. Mel Evans, of Lighton, Kas., came Thursday to vis it a few days at the home of Mrs. Evans' daughter, Mrs. S. Varga. in this city. Mrs. Joseph Bay., ot Levoy, who r«r, cently purchased the residence prop erty owned by Mrs. Minnie Branna man, was in Leon the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Bay will shortly move to this city. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Johnson, ot Red Oak, who was visiting at the home of her brother. J. S. Keeran. south of Leon, went to Osceola Fri day to visit relatives a few days be fore returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey, of Gravity, who were visiting with rela tives in this city, went to Des Moines last Thursday to visit the auto show and spend a few days in that citv before returning home. Mrs. C. K. Cherrington returned last Thursday to her home at Deca tur City after a few days visit in this city at the home of her son, Charles Cherrington, the popular pharmacist, at Stempel's drug store. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bruney returned Saturday to their honfe in Des Moines after a visit with relatives in this city and south of town. Mrs. Bruney's brother, I. E. Evans, accompanied them home for a few days visit. S. H. Covington, formerly of Grand River, but who is now living a life of ease on his fine farm near Davis City, was a business visitor th^ city last xhursday. Sam says he is going to be a real farmer this yeaivl: The family of P. Landmesser ar rived Saturday from Atlantic, Mr. Landmesser having arrived a few' days previous with his car of goods. He has purchased a farm two miles west of Leon to which they are mov-, ing. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wheeler and: Mr. and Mrs. James Akin, of Keller ton were visiting in this city the flfst of the week. Mr. Wheeler and Mr Akin left Tuesday for. jtbe Milk Creek country in Montana~to look for a lo cation. Mrs. Sarah Adams and daughter, Mrs. Earnest Goodman went to Cres ton Saturday to visit a tew days with relatives and then will go to Chey enne, Wyoming where they expect to locate on their claims and make their home. Mrs. I. T. Flint, of Eldon, Iowa, who had been visiting at the home of her brothers, David and William Thomas, near Grand River, came Sat urday evening to spend a few days in this city at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. G. Springer. Rev. Wm. Biggs and wife reurned last Friday from a trip of several weeks to various points in California and other states on the Pacific" slope They report having had a delightful trip. -Miss Nora BiggB will reoiain there for a month yet. C. P. Beavers and M. Hime baugh, of east of Leon, returned Fri day evening from Des Moines where they had been for a few days attend ing the good roads convention, and also attended the meeting of the' Threshermen's association. Mrs. Fred Kemp and baby, of DeS' Moines, came last Wednesday evening and visited in this city at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. R. Turner until Saturday when she went to. Pleasanton to. visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown, f. ft V- ."5535 rJ /At 7 ifi- -». *4' §5? —T I"* *8®? 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