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THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1940
Mesdames T. H. Mohler, R. E.
Hughson, A. Hauenstein, George
Murray, Milt Kibler, T. G. Scheid,
D. S. Flick and Julius W ise attended
a ladies club meeting at the home of
Mrs. James Begg at Columbus Grove,
last Monday afternoon.
A. M. Shifferly and wife were the
guests of the latter’s parents, Rev.
and Mrs. John Todd, over Sunday.
Mr. Shifferly entered the employ of
Carter and Carroll at Lima, Monday,
and the family will locate in that
Joe Stepleton sold his residence on
Lawn avenue, Saturday, to Mrs.
Magdalena Niswander. Considera
tion, $1,000.
Miss Helen Bowman, a teacher in
the public schools, spent Thanksgiv
ing with her parents in Lima.
Miss Trellie Seckier, who has been
with the Bluffton Telephone Co., for
over two years, resigned her position.
Mrs. H. L. Romey, accompanied by
her daughter, Mrs. F. G. Badertscher,
spent the latter part of last week
with her sons, S. D. and W. H.
Romey and family, at Richmond, Ind.
Albert Doppler and wife, with the
former’s Sunday school class, spent
a very pleasant evening at the Ger
man Reformed parsonage, Thursday.
Those present were: Mildred Nis
wander, Bertha Amstutz, Minnie Am
stutz, Bertha Nickles, Emma Bigler,
Sarah Stager, Anna Freyman and
Cora Greding.
The College Choral society will
give a public rendition of Handel’s
“Messiah” on Wednesday evening,
Dec. 19.
J. D. Ewing and Jacob Hilty, for
mer Bluffton citizens, are numbered
among the members of the Carey
board of trade, recently organized.
Mrs. Florence West and son, Glenn,
of Lima,1 and daughter, Mrs. May
Rittenour, and husband, of Missoula,
Montana, visited at the home of
Fletch West Sunday.
The marriage of Edwin Lugibihl,
son of C. A. and Mrs. Lugibihl, to
Miss Minnie, daughter of David and
Mrs. Wenger, was solemnized Sunday
evening by Elder J. B. Baer, at his
home in Bluffton.
O. P. Marshall is in Chicago this
week seeing the fine stock.
Alvin Whisler, of Purdue univer
sity, and Miss Mayme Boyer, of
Bluffton, spent Thanksgiving day at
Glendale farm.
Z. S. Vertner, until late of Toledo,
has taken an advanced position at
Indianapolis, to which place he re
cently removed his family.
S. G. Reed and wife gave an en
joyable dinner party Tuesday, honor
ing the former’s sister, Miss Emma
Reed, of Ashtabula. Covers were
laid for A. H. Marshall and wife,
Robert Marshall and wife, Mrs. Mary
Marshall, Mrs. Mary Shifferly, E. P.
News Our Grandfathers Read
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Bowers, Miss Ida Bowers and the
honored guest.
On Thanksgiving day at the home
of the bride in Toledo, occurred the
marriage of Miss Hegi to Mr. Sum
ner Vertner, youngest son of the late
John Vertner. Sumner is one of the
Rockport boys who has made good in
the Toledo business world.
G. A. Lehman Lima
Eisteddfod Judge
G. A. Lehman, formerly of Bluff
ton college, now residing in Roches
ter, N. Y., will be one of three ad
judicators in the eisteddfod to be
sponsored by the Lima Choral so
ciety in Memorial hall at Lima, Feb
ruary 22, it was announced the first
of the week.
Lehman who was for a number of
years director of the Bluffton college
department of music has been later
connected with the music department
of Colgate-Rochester Divinity school.
Other adjudicators for the Lima
contest are Wm. Morgan of Pitts
burgh and Thelbert Evans of Lake
wood, near Cleveland.
Seventy Enrolled
For Bible Training
Enrollment in the Community
Leadership Training school which
held its second session at the high
school last Thursday night has in
creased to seventy, it was announced
following the meeting.
The third meeting will be held
this Thursday night in a two-hour
session beginning at 7:30 o’clock.
Enrollment in the courses is still
open to those unable to attend the
first two meetings.
The devotional period this week
from 8:20 to 8:40 p. m. will be in
charge of Rev. C. M. Armentrout.
Former Pastor Is
Going To Buffalo
Rev. A. K. Beisheim, former Bluff
ton minister, has accepted a call to
the pastorate of the Zoar Reformed
church of Buffalo, according to word
received here the first of the week.
Rev. Beisheim, pastor of the Re
formed church at Bucyrus for the past
four years has resigned that place to
accept the Buffalo call.
He was pastor of the St. John’s
and Emanuel’s Reformed churches
here for eight years previous to his
present pastorate at Bucyrus.
Hospital Here Is
Filled To Capacity
Bluffton Community hospital was
filled to its rated capacity Wednes
day morning when it was caring for
22 patients, it was announced by
hospital attaches.
During the week-end, however, the
institution had 29 patients, being
seven more than its rated capacity
of 22 beds.
Eskimo Talk Will
Be Given At H, S.
Dr. Clark M. Garber, former
superintendent of eskimo education
in Alaska, will describe life and cus
toms in the northern area in a lec
ture at 1 p. m. Friday in the Bluff
ton High school auditorium.
In two previous appearances here
this week, Dr. Garber spoke at Bluff
ton college and at a meeting of the
Lions club.
The public is invited to the lec
ture at the high school.
Miss Velma Higbie, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Higbie of near
Rawson, formerly residing near
Bluffton, and Clinton Feller of Find
lay were married recently. The
couple will reside in Findlay.
Our Want-ads bring results.
Wegt P«” 23,lS
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B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
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Mr. and Mrs. Dana Mathewson and
family visited in Ada, Sunday.
Women of Ht. Cory Methodist
church will make doughnuts all day
Miss Virginia Gill spent Saturday
and over night at the C. D. Fisher
home near Pandora.
The Presbyterian Social club will
hold a jitney supper in the church
basement, Friday night, Feb. 23.
Mr. and Mrs. oraee Wilson and
family of Moffit Station visited Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Levi Oberly.
Remember this is your opportunity
to save real money on suits and
overcoats at our big January sale.
Steiner & Huser.
Mr. and Mrs. Leiter of Van Wert
spent Sunday here with their daught
er, Miss Eleanor Leiter, instructor in
Bluffton high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mangum of
Lima were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Lysle Baumgartner and family of
Cherry street, Sunday.
Ladonna Oberly and Sara Mae
Oberly visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Virgil Doty and family in
Lima, over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fett and dau
ghter Joyce of Saskatchewan, Canada
are spending several weeks with rela
tives in Bluffton and vicinity.
Med Murray has returned to his
home here after spending several
months at the home of his son, Dwain
Murray and family at Marietta.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lehman and
family of Berne, Ind., were guests
Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Lightner of South Lawn avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Suter and Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Badertscher and
son Lester of Pandora, visited at the
home of Miss Sarah Amstutz, Sun
Special on a belated case of blan
kets 72 by 84, wt. 4’2 lbs., 25%
wool at $4 per pair. Buy one of
these blankets and save $1. Gratz
dry goods store.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gorby of Rocky
River attended funeral services for
Mrs. Bertha Rhoda at Lima, Sunday
and spent the week end at the S. V.
Heckathorn home on Grove street.
Don’t miss them—suits 20% off
overcoats now priced at $10.50, $12.50
and $16.50 20% off on suits at our
big January sale. Steiner & Huser.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Niswander and
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stettler attended
the funeral services held for Mrs.
Bertha Greding Rhoda at the Re
formed church in Lima, Sunday
Johnson’s Car-nu cleans and pol
ishes your car in one easy applica
tion. You’ll like it, 58c per pint at
Basinger’s furniture store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Triplett and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Arden Baker
and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Warren and
family were guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Van Meter of near
Pandora, Sunday.
The work we do is our best adver
tisement—and there’s lots of it right
here in Bluffton. There is some fur
niture which we have re-upholstered
right in your neighborhood. See it
to day, then phone us for estimates
on your own furniture. No obliga
tion. Murray Upholstering shop,
Thurman & Washington Sts. Phone
Fried turtle suppers 25c fried frog
legs 50c, every Tuesday and Satur
day night, 7:30 p. m. also entertain
ment Bill’s Tavern, Jenera. tf
Removals by Diller ambulance:
Chas. Mangus from his home on Rail
road street to Bluffton hospital S.
Beaver of Detroit from Dixie highway
to Bluffton hospital Mrs. Harvey
Beidler from Bluffton hospital to her
home on South Jackson street: Miss
Sylvia Fett from Bluffton hospital to
the home of her sister, Mrs. William
Welty, South Main street Mrs. Rob
ert Runser and infant son from Bluff
ton hospital to the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Patterson,
Riley street Mrs. Omer Welty and
infant daughter from Bluffton hospit
al to the home of her parents west of
Van Buren Jesse Hummon from the
Bluffton hospital to his home north of
Bluffton Miss Rachel Schaublin from
Bluffton hospital to the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaub
lin southwest of Bluffton Mrs. John
Marquart of Orange township to
Bluffton hospital.
There is still an opportunity to buy
suits and overcoats at remarkable
savings at our big January sale.
Steiner & Huser.
Renew City Dump
Ground Contract
Contract to continue the city
dump ground in its present location
was renewed with the Bluffton
Hatchery company by action of the
town council, Monday night for a
three year term. The dump located
near the Nickel Plate railroad right
of way is part of an abandoned
quarry on land owned by the hatch
Local Man Deputy
County Treasurer
Ambert Basinger of South Jack
son street has been appointed deputy
in the office of Allen County Treas
urer Byron Dershem, it was an
nounced the first of the week.
Basinger took up his duties in the
treasurer’s office, Wednesday morn
ing. He will fill the position form
erly held by John Romey of Bluffton.
Romey resigned last fall to enter
the law college of Ohio State uni
versity in Columbus.
Lions Will Stage
Minstrel Show Here
Members of the Bluffton Lions
club will cavort behind the foot
lights in a fast stepping blackface
minstrel show early this spring, it
was announced following the semi
monthly meeting of the club, Tues
day night.
The production A’ill be staged
early this spring, date for which has
not yet been announced. Prof. R.
A. Lantz of Bluffton college depart
ment of music will be in charge.
Proceeds will be used for civic im
provements sponsored by the club.
Local Girl's Father
Killed In Accident
Miss Catherine Mull, office nurse
and secretary to Dr. B. W. Travis,
Bluffton physician, received word Fri
day of the death of her father, Clay
ton Mull, 46, of Continental, who was
instantly killed when he became en
tangled in machinery at a tile manu
facturing plant at that place.
Mull, a mechanic at the plant was
repairing a shaft when his clothing
was caught in the moving machinery.
His body was badly mangled.
He was a native of Leipsic and em
ployed at a garage there before mov
in to Continental.
Besides his daughter residing in
Bluffton he is survived by his wife
and daughter, Mary Margaret Mull of
Continental his mother, Mrs. Lettie
Mull of Leipsic a sister and two
Funeral services were held at the
United Brethren church in Continen
tal, Sunday followed by interment in
Sugar Ridge cemetery, Leipsic.
Last Rites Held
For Infant Here
Funeral services for Ronald Neu
enschwander, three-months-old-son of
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Neuenschwan
der of Lima were held at the Diller
funeral home here Sunday after
Officiating at the services was
Rev. E. J. Penhorwood, pastor of the
Lima South Side Church of Christ.
Interment was made in Woodland
cemetery at Beaverdam.
The child died at Lima Memorial
hospital, Friday afternoon.
The father and the mother (form
erly Ladene Ackerman) were from
the Beaverdam and Pandora dis
Crash Fatal To
Michigan Woman
Injuries received in an automobile
crash near Bluffton on the Dixie
highway at 10 a. m. last Thursday
resulted in the death of Mrs. S.
Beaver, 56, of Detroit, Mich., last
Friday morning in Bluffton com
munity hospital.
Mrs. Beaver suffered internal in
juries, cuts and bruises when the
large automobile her husband was
driving skidded into a telephone pole.
Beaver, who sustained cuts and
bruises, was released from the hos
pital Saturday morning and taken to
Detroit in a private car. He will re
Authorities were told the car was
headed south on the Dixie when it
skidded to the left side of the road
and crashed into the telephone pole.
It was badly demolished.
A gasoline truck which went into
the ditch to avoid hitting the skid
ding Michigan car was slightly
damaged, it was reported. Name of
the truck driver was not learned.
Mrs. Beaver was taken to the
Bluffton hospital by a passing motor
ist, and the Diller ambulance re
moved her.husband to the same in
Son Of Former
Resident Weds
Harold Huber, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Huber of Ada, former
Bluffton residents, was married to
Miss Pauline Gant, in a ceremony
at the Methodist church in Ada,
Sunday morning.
Rev. G. M. W ilson, the pastor, of
ficiated using the single ring cere
mony. Attendants were Miss Lu
cille Gant, sister of the bride and
Evan Huber, brother of the bride
Following the ceremony the couple
left for Miami, Florida, to spend
several weeks with Mrs. Dulcie Gant,
mother of the bride. On their re
turn they will reside in Ada where
the bridegroom is associated with his
father in business.
Earth’s Speed
The earth moves around the sun
at a speed of 20 miles a second.
Coming Wedding
Announcement has been made of
the coming wedding of Miss Bettye
Amstutz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Amstutz of Beaverdam, for
merly of Bluffton, to Willis Arnold,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arnold of
Cairo. The wedding will take place
the last of this week.
Century Circle
Mrs. A. C. Burcky was hostess to
the Century circle, Wednesday after
noon. The following program was
arranged: “The Good Society”, Mrs.
Clyde Warren “If We Don’t Have
War”, Mrs. Eliza Fett. Mrs. W. A.
Howe was assistant hostess.
Alice Freeman Club
Members of the Alice Freeman
club will entertain husbands and
guests in a meeting at the high
school cafeteria this Wednesday
night. Principal feature of the even
ing’s program will be a play directed
by P. W. Stauffer of the high school
dramatic department. Hostesses will
be Mrs. Gerhard Buhler, Mrs. H. T.
Unruh, Mrs. Catherine Badertscher,
Mrs. Geo. Miller and Mrs. A. J. B.
Poinsettia Club
Mrs. Arthur Amstutz will enter
tain members of the Poinsettia club
at her home, Thursday night. The
evening’s program will be devoted to
the book review by Mrs. Clayton
Jitsu Tau Club
The Jitsu Tau club will meet at
the home of Mrs. Carl Hauenstein
in Lima, Thursday night.
Altar & Rosary Society
A benefit card party will be given
by the Altar and Rosary society of
St. Marys Catholic church on Thurs
day night, Jan. 25 in the church
basement. The public is invited.
The committee in charge of arrange
ments consists of Mrs. A. Herrman,
Mrs. David Fisher, Mrs. J. Gerde
man, Jr. Mrs. H. Schmidt and Mrs.
L. Foltz.
The society has elected the follow
ing officers for the coming year:
Pres., Mrs. Harry Turner vice pres.,
Mrs. Ed Reagan sec.-treas., Mrs.
Chas. Hankish.
St. John’s Ladies Aid
The Ladies Aid society of St.
John’s Reformed church held their
monthly meeting Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. Wm. Stettler, the occasion
being her birthday anniversary.
Following the program a social
hour was enjoyed followed by dainty
Enjoying the afternoon were: Mrs.
L. T. Greding, Mrs. Henry Balmer,
Mrs. Noah Matter, Mrs. Joseph Gro
man, Mrs. H. C. Stettler, Mrs. Guy
Scoles, Mrs. Waldo Huber, Miss
Matilda Mueller, Mrs. S. H. Steple
ton, Miss Louise Schaublin, Mrs.
Richard Habegger and daughter,
Mrs. Wm. Stettler and Mrs. A. C.
Legion Auxiliary
The American Legion Auxiliary
will sponsor a benefit card party on
Wednesday night, Jan. 24 at the
Legion hall at 8 o’clock. The public
is invited. Refreshments will- be
Regular meeting of the Auxiliary
will be held next Tuesday night at
8 o’clock in the Legion hall.
City Federation
Clubs of the Bluffton City Federa
tion will be entertained by the Alice
Freeman club in the high school
cafeteria next Tuesday night at 8
o’clock. All members are urged to
G. H. M. C. Meets
Members of the Gertrude Hoy
Missionary Circle of the Evangelical
and Reformed church held their
January meeting on Jan. 8 at the
home of Mrs. Robert Balmer.
Mrs. Gene Zuber was leader of
the meeting which was based on the
play, “Alive With Meaning”. This
play was presented by Manilla Burns
and Thelma Basinger. A special
musical number was sung by Mrs.
Ross Irwin and Meredith Stepleton.
Mrs. Guy Scoles reviewed chapters
V and VI of the study book, “Home
land Harvest”.
Guests present were: Mrs. Wayne
Lugibihl and Mrs. Dale Davidson.
The next meeting to be held Feb.
5 at the home of Mrs. Leon Hauen
stein will be “Guest Night”. Mrs.
Ralph Stearns will be guest speaker.
Amico Club
The Amico club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Alice Wentz, Friday
night. The meeting will open at
7:30 o’clock with a pot luck supper
after which bunco will be played.
Presbyterian Social Club
Annual birthday party of the Pres
byterian Social club was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Triplett,
Tuesday night. After a covered
d.’sh dinner the following program
was given: Xylophone selections,
Barbara Jean Triplett devotionals,
Mrs. C. A. Biery instrumental trio,
Barbara Jean Triplett, Mary Mar­
garet Basinger and Beverly Biery
“Birthdays”, Mrs. W. E. Diller
“Poems of Childhood”, Mrs. Robert
Benroth play “Faith Without
Works”, Mrs. Sidney Hauenstein,
Mrs. Chas. Armentrout, Mrs. R. L.
Triplett, Mrs. W. E. Diller and Mrs.
Edgar Hauenstein.
Travel Class
The Travel class met at the home
of Mrs. C. A. Biery, Wednesday
afternoon. Numbers on the program
were: "Religious Music”, Mrs. H. B.
Adams “Religion in the Home”,
Mrs. Chas. Armentrout. Mrs. B. F.
Biery was assistant hostess.
Campfire Meeting
The Bluffton Campfire girls met
in the Grade building Wednesday
afternoon with eleven present. Dis
cussion of candidates to take the
first rank, that of trail seeker, was
the topic of the meeting.
Announcement has been made of
the recent wedding of Albert Staley,
residing south of Bluffton to Miss
Treva Curl of McGuffey.
Birthday Gathering
In honor of the birthday anni
versary of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lora,
both of which occur thlis month, the
couple pleasantly ent rtained at a
four course dinner at
Findlay, Sunday.
their home in
Guests enjoying the Kcasion were:
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Trippiehorn
and family and Mr. a
Zehrbach of Bluffton.
nd Mrs. Fred
Chris Lora of Cairo Judge Neal
Lora of Lima Mr. ant
Ranize of Akron.
Mrs. Samuel
Mr. and Mrs. C. Adams, Mr.
and Mrs. Noah Corbin, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Bastine, Mr. an Mrs. Yale
Fassett, Mr. and Mrs.
all of Findlay.
John Wurtzel
Birthday Anniversary
Mrs. Bertha T. Woods, pioneer
Bluffton resident, will observe her
seventy-ninth birthday this Thurs
day at her home on West College
She is the mother of six veterans
of the United States army and navy,
five of whom served in the World
war. The six sons and two daugh
ters are living.
Her sons are: Roy, St. Louis
Harold, Detroit George, New York
City Floyd, of Texas L. A. (Jolly)
Cleveland, and Irvin, at home. The
daughters are Mrs. C. W. Stewart,
Lima, and Mrs. Lillian D. McCon
naughey, a matron at the Xenia
Soldiers and Sailors Orphans Home.
Mrs. Woods is in excellent health
and is busy around the house every
day with her household duties.
Masonic Delegation
Hears Ohio Master
A delegation of twenty from the
Bluffton Masonic lodge attended a
dinner and meeting of Garrett
Wykoff lodge in Lima Friday night
when Louis Blakemore, past grand
master of Ohio was the principal
Blakemore returned last fall from
a summer tour of Europe and spoke
of present conditions as affecting the
Masonic order in the continental
Eu rope including the Scandinavian
countries, Germany and Italy.
He was also present at a notable
gathering in England when King
George, as master of a Masonic
lodge conferred a degree on his
younger brother the Duke of Kent.
Wednesday Morning
Hogs—160 to 200, $5.40 200 to
240, $5.25 roughs, $3.75 stags, $2.75.
Calves, $11.75 lambs, $8.50.
Grain (bushel prices)—Wheat, 96c
corn, 52c oats, 38c soys, $1.
Sound Your ‘A’
The Queen Mary carries two sets
of trumpet-shaped sirens. When a
full blast of steam is turned into
these powerful sirens, their deep,
soft, ftir-carrying tone can be heard
ten miles away. The tone is two
octaves below middle A, the deepest
bass voice ever to rumble over the
seas. After a committee of acous
tic experts had carried out numer
ous tests, the note of A was found
to be ideal for nerve comfort.
Wanted—Apartment or small
house, modern. Call phone 204-W.
Wanted—Brooder house. State size
and price. Robert Amstutz, Pandora.
Wanted—Poultry and eggs at
highest market price also have
poultry tn reta’I Calvin Sb'in”.
third house from Electric light plant
Bluffton phone 2t2-W. -f
For sale—10 varieties of good win
ter apples also nice comb honey,
good apple butter and vinegar reas
onably priced. E. P. Steiner fruit
farm, mile east of town. tf
For sale—120 acres for sale or
trade on smaller farm property on
Spring street, $1,700 5 acres on Elm
street, $2,000. Althaus & Collins,
Phone 189-R.
For sale—Good eating and cooking
apples, 40c per bushel and up.
Augsburger Fruit farm.
Fire Department
Aids Beaverdam
Responding to a call for aid, the
Bluffton fire department made a run
to Beaverdam, Sunday morning at
9 o’clock to aid in extinguishing a
fire at the Cock-a-Doodle Doo res
taurant at that place.
The fire, believed to have been
the result of defective electrical wir
ing did small damage. A high wind,
however, greatly increased the pos
sibilities that the blaze might get
out of control of the Beaverdam de
The call for aid was received by
Mayor W. A. Howe who authorized
sending one unit of the Bluffton
equipment to Beaverdam, manned by
part of the fire fighting force. The
other unit with the remaining mem
bers of the department personnel was
kept here in event of local emerg
en .-y.
don’t give
him ordinary
"cough” medicine#—instead give him
Babv Cough Medicine
which is prepared especially for babies. It
contains no opiates, alcohol or chloroform.
It is recommended for ordinary hoarseness,
coughs and colds.
A. Hauenstein & Son
The Corner Drug Store
Have my portable hay
and roughage mill in
operation again. Anyone
wanting feed ground please
Eldon Tschiegg
Bluffton Phone 552-Y
Dr. Hess Products
A Single Flock Treatment
for Poultry
Sidney’s Drug Shop
Dr. Hess Dealer
U 1 ft Bluffton
Wednesday I^ast Day of
Production o
J. Edward Bromberg
Alon Curtij Stuart Erwin
J«d Prouty-Bust or Koaton
Donald Mook Goorg*
Givot Eddie Collins
Directed by
Irving Cummings
AmocioWProrftfOT Merry Joe Brown
Sewn Aw by fry
Mfrri lym
A Ceniurv-Foo Proc*
Edward G. Robinson

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