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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Ortsron, Saturday Morninjr, Mar 20, 1933
On Business Matters and
for National Con
vention May 22
SILVERTON, May 19. The
Silrerton chapter of the 4-L. or
ganization" will present- the fol
lowing recommendations at the
MmUinnnil rnnTentlnn nf tho
board of directors of the organiza
tion at Portland, May 22. ,
Minimum wage of 50 cents an
hoar; six hdar day and -3S hoar
week; redaction of dues to 25
. cents a month for employes and
operators and all employes' dues
to remain with the looal; inclu-
charges In does; consolidation of
A 1 mm J . 1 - A J A ... lit.
, iua i a uihiicis 11110 luur wuu
four hoard of director members;
two employes- from each district,
and a total board membership of
16. retention of citizenship re
strictions as at present; to ehange
membership pledge to an agree
ment; elimination of commercial
membership, of the autumn meet
ing of the board of directors, of
regular meetings and of holdover
provisions in the board of elec
tions; to change name of district
board to district council; to
change date of district conven
tion from October to April.
paator. Bible school 10; E. Je. Beckett,
Supt. HunouiT Btuia is; . iss
Delia Brandenborf, saissionerr oa for
longh from China. Junior 0. R, 6. la-
termcdiate C. H., 7. Senior U. J6 T.v.
Kvtncelistio service . Midweek prayer
meeting Taursdsy, p. at.
IMMANTTEI, BAPTIST .
Corner of Basel and Academy streets.
Bibia school at 10 o'clock. Lesson : II
Ssmael IS. Brinf your bibiea; Mrs.
Mark Saacy, S. 8. finpt. The VGM.eone"
from Portland will bare chare of the
morning service at 11 n'eleek. Preach
ing at 7:80 p. as. Mid-week prayer sei-
rice Thursday at S p. m.
SOUTH SALEM TEIEXDS
& Commercial at Washington. Charles
Ha worth, pastor. Sunday services :
10 a. m, Sunday school; Mrs. Bertha
Haworth. Sunt. 11. morninr worship.
The services will be under the direction
of the Gideons. 7 p. m., C. E. meet
ing; topic. What Parte ot the World are
Still Without Christ l
ship. Thursday, a' p.
Girls to Get Plus
SILVERTON, May 19. Girl
Reserves who will receive their
rings Sunday night at a ceremony
at the Christian church are -Ins
Clark, Sara Lee Morrison, Ger-
aiaine Gates, Ruth Miller and
I Card Club Ends Play
SILVERTON, May 19. The
closing "500" party of the season
at the St. Paul's parrlsh hall was
held Wednesday night, with Mrs.
E. A. Domogalla as chairman.
Sam Werner received the door
prize and Miss Betty TJphoff won
the ladies' first score prize at the
12 tables which were In play. The
men's high score prize went to
William Blem. Assisting Mrs
Domogalla were Mrs. Tom Reil-
lng, Mrs. Ben Zillner, Mrs. Frank
Thompson, Mrs. J. H. McCullough
ana Mrs. Otto Schwab.
Favor Earl Bennett
SILVERTON, May 19. The
Silrerton chapter of the 4-L or
ganization has gone on record as
v favoring Earl B. Bennett for ap-
' polntment as postmaster of Sil
verton. Mr. Bennett is one of four
who have Indicated their inten
tion of running for the appoint
ment The others are George Susi
ter, Ernest Palmer and Ed Porter
Breaks Leg Again
SILVERTON, May 19. Ver
aon Brewer, five-year old son of
Mr. and "Mrs. George Brewer
broke his left leg while at play
near his Thome. Two years ago
he broke the same leg and had
not entirely recovered from the
PLAN GRAVES CLEAN-TJP
MACLEAT. May 19. The
annual clean-up day of the Mac-
leay cemetery has been set for
Wednesday, May 24. This will
be an all-day meeting.
It ViiavJ. I
HIGHLAND TKMEVDS I Jos. Davis, 8opt Moraing worship 11
Hia-hland aad Chorea. Glea Hinard, I e'eloek; aubjeet: "Clouds With Silver
Evening worship ' T:80; enb-
8r evening wor- I Mildred Wackan.
m., prayer meei-
Jeet: "Bible Arithmetic" Teaag Peo
ple 'a Meeting :0 'clock; Mm. Edna
Elliot, president. Prayer aad testimony
meeting Wednesday T :Q pja.
Harvey B. Seheuerman, pastor, 1181
Union street, Salem, phoae 4369.
- LABISH CENTER : Chnrch school 10.
W. A. Starker, Supt. Worship 11, sub
ject, "The Abiding Christian." C. S. 7,
topic, "Wast Parte of the World are
Still without Christ!" Jonny Dew, lead
er. Midweek devotion Thursday, S.
CLE AS LAKK: Church school 10, W.
P. Collaro, Supt. Jr. I. U O. E, 11,
leaders, Alice Msssey aad Hasel Cle
ment. Evening worship subject, "The
Call to Diseipleshia." -Bible study
Tuesday 8. W. H. S. Thnxsdey t, with
Mra. Gay 8mith.
MIDDLE C-BOYE: Church school 10.
T. P. Walker. Supt. K. L. C E., 7, to
pic, "What Parte ot the World are Still
ithoot unrtstl" uisenisioa teaaer,
Milo Clifton Boss, pastor. Sunday
school, 10; T. D. Trick, Supt. Morning
serTice 11. youth talk by the pastor.
Morning message: "Add Knowledge to
Faith." 6:45, Bolivian Prayer Circle.
7. Christian Endeavor discussion led by
Dixie Hose. 8, evening praise led by. I 7 :15
Forrest Cammsck. Robert B. Shattnck.
eranzeliet for California Yearly Meet-
ins of lrieada, will speak. Bible stuoy
and prayer, Friday, 8.
9:45 a. m.. church achool graded for
all ages. 11 a. m., public worship; ser-
'Putting Truth Into circulation"
Dr. Parker. 6 p. at.. Young People's
Forum. 6:80 p. m High School, Jun
ior High, and University Epworth
leagues. 7:80 p. nx, evening service in
charge et the Gideons. Program, of mu
sic at both services.
Marion and North Liberty streets.
Brittoa Boss, minister. Bible school at
9:45 a, m Fred Broer, Supt. Morning
worship at 11 e'eloek. Speaker, Rev. W.
C. Faueette. Special music Jr. Intm.
aad Sr. B. T. P. 0 T p. m. Prayer
meeting before the evening service at
Organ prelnee 7:40. Evening
JABOX XES MEMORIAL METHODIST
, Corner Jefferson and Aorta Winter I ton. organist.
Sta. u. o. Humphrey, paster. Huaaay
school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11
'clock; subject: "Productive Living."
Cnorua choir mans led by rrot. tier-
in Clark. Eveninr worship
Program by the Gideons. Young Peo
ple a meeting 6:30 o clock.
service S o'clock. Special music.
Market aad North Wiater streets. J.
B. Stewart, pastor. Sunday school 9:45,
Emory Goede, Snpt. Morning worship
11 o'clock; subject: "Eternal Life."
Evening worship 6; sermon by Miss Del-
la Brandenburg, " returned missionary
from China. Young People'a meeting T.
Prayer meeting Thurtdsy 8 p. m.
Korth Cottage and Chemekete. Fred
Albas Weil, minister. Church school at
10. a. St.; Mile H. McKay, Supt. Church
service at IX a. m. Mrs. waiter a, ien
Winter and Chemeketa streets. G rover
O. Birtehet. D. D pastor. 9:80
1:80. church achool directed by Balph Scott,
Sunt. 11 a. m morntar worship. Ser
vice In ebarge ef The Gideons. The
speaker will be Harry West, Portland.
Anthem: "Torn Ye Even Unto Me
fHarker). 6:30 P.m.. the four O. E.
societies meet. T:80 p.m., evening
GRACE GOSPEL HALL
849 Korth Commercial street. Sab
bath schools meets at 10 a.m. Adult
bible class at 10 a.m. Tuesday night I praise. Sermon: 'Throwing Freight Ov
bible study at 7:30 p.m. Subject for I er board." Anthem: "Show Pity Lord"
Tnesdav (God's Aedemntion). Friday I Voria). Sola bv Mra. Gordon Meliil
night gospel meeting. Sunday afternoon I cbrist, "Jnst for Today" (Abbott).
at 8 p. mM and at 7:30 p.m. uiacfc- I Special mule by tae orcaeirra.
board exercise Sunday at 4 pjn.
Ferry street at 13th. a Weston,
psstor. Revival services continue with
lBth and Ferry streets. H. C. Stover,
minister. Church achool at 10 a. sa C,
O. Harria. Sunt. Morninx service at
Evanrelist R. D. E. Smith. Subiect I 11 Addresses and jnnsie by the Gi-
Sundsy afternoon at 8, "The Expert-I deoaa. No evening service. Wa oia in
enee of. a Baptist Church with the Full I a anion service with the First Congre-
Gospel. Eveninr service at 7:45, sub
ject, "The Man Who Sold the World."
Sunday school at 1:45 p.m. Tuesdsy
night 7:45 p.m., subject, "The Baptism
in the Spirit aad the Tongues Question."
Prayer meetings at a p.
Wednesday and Friday.
gational ' church to present the drama
"Ha Came seeing.
TOST GERMAN BAPTIST
Worth Cottars and D streets. 0. W
Monday, I Rutseh, minister. Bundsy school 9:45
a. m.; Bam seairman, supt. service u
a. aa. Sev. Eara Geric from the Union
COURT ST. CHURCH OF CHRIST I Gospel Mtsaton of Portland will be the
Seventeenth aad Court streets. Hush I sneaker. The service at 8 o'clock wiu
X. McCallum, pastor, 1744 Chemeketa. I be in the hands of the Gideons. Regular
Bible school at 9:45 a.m.; Mr. Irene 1 midweek prayer service at 8 p.m. Med
. TOST COBGBEOATIOVAX.
Center and Liberty streets. J. B Bim-
enda, pastor. Sunday achool 9:45 a.m.
Meraiae- worship 11 o'clock; ' subject:
"Menders of the Faith." Evening wor
ship 7:30 o'clock; subject: The Knight
Memorial Players will present the bibli
cal drama "He Came Seeiag.".
BHOLBWOOD TJBTTES BRITHREH
17th and Nebraska atreetc Rev. R.
T. Wilson, pastor. Sunday achool 9:45
a. m. Morning worabip 11 clock; sub
ject: "How Csn we Know to da the
Right! " Evening worship 7:30 clock;
subject: "Contributions of Jesus 3, Tdea
f Man's Worth." Young People's
eetinr 6:30 'dock: eabjecta: "What
the Bible Says About Good' WIU" aad
"What Parts of World are not Chris
tian ; ' ' Li la Green and Marie Fair, lead
Weller, Supt. Horning worship and 1
Lord's Supper st 11 a. m. Sermon
theme, "Has the Christian Advantages
over Others t" Special musie by the
choir. Christian Endeavor meets at
6:15 p. m., three societies. The even
ing service at 7:30 p. m. will be in
charge ot the "Gideon's with special
study on Wednesday at 7:30 in the
TOST CHURCH OF THE KAZARENE
13th and Center streets. Rev. Fletch
er Galloway, pastor, residence 653 N.
14th street, phone 9630. Sundsy serv
ices as follows: 11 a. m.. Missionary
address by Miss Delia Brandenburg and
a bible talk by one of the Gideons.
7:30 p.m.. Ten minute reports from the
district assembly interspersed with mu
sical selections. A brief evangelistic
menage by the Ttor, "Win Them.
Sunday school 9:45 a.m.; P. M. Lit
willer. Supt K.Y.P.8. and Junior so
ciety 6:30 p.m.; Mrs. Louella Hardy,
TOST CHURCH OP CHRIST,
Chemeketa and Liberty. Sandty serv
ices, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., "Soul aad
Body." Sundsy school, 9:45 aad 11.
Testimony meeting Wednesday, 9. Read
ing room ia Masonie temple open 11 to
6:30 except Sundays and holidays.
Korth Summer and Marioa streets.
Emory W. Pettieord, D.D., minister.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., L. L. Thorn
ton, Supt. Morning worship at 11. Pre
lude, and offertory by Mra. Ethel Pol
ing Phelps. Sermon: "The Sleeping
Christ." Christian Endeavor vesper
service 8:80. At 7:30. the Australian
usieiaa. Robert Harknesa. Bible study
and prayer Thursday evening at 7:30.
WEST SALEM CHURCH
C. L. Dark, minister. Sunday school
Ford Memorial church at 9:45. followed
by service ceadueted.by the Gideons in
observance of Eible Bundsy. Sunday
school at Summit aad Oak Grave at 10
a.m. . Subject 11 a. m at Oak Grove.
"Religious Despondency." Election of
lay delegate to Oregon annul confer
ence. Epworth League at Ford Memor
ial 6:30; preaching at 7:30, topic,
"Man, a Self-Betrayer."
19th and Breyman. J. H. Briscoe, pas
tor. Sunday school, 9:45, N. D. Aader
soa, superintendent. Morning worship.
11, Mideone will have charge of service.
Evening worship, 8, "Swat That Fly";
speeisl musie by eheir. Yonng people's
meeting, 7, Bill Cross; leader. Juniors,
Harvey Finn, leader. Prayer aad praise
service Thursday, 7:30.
Commercial at Myers. S. Darlow John
gno, pastor, 848 Esst Myers, phone 9687.
Church school, 9:45. Thank offering serv
ice of Women' Foreign Mossionary so
ciety at 11, Mrs. H. C Leavenworth,
president, in charge; Mra. A. S. Xlullitran
will lead ia prayer: sermon, "The Im
perishable Message"; anthem, "I Will
Sing of Thy Power" (Bains); solo,
"Dedication" (Franx), by Carl Ma ton.
Leagues. 6:45. Gideon EibU service, 8,
duet. "Someone" (Wooler), W. H. Gil
bert and Miss Marguerite Gilbert; ousr
tet of visiting Gideons will slag, aad the
guest speakers wilt be Gideons. Midweek
rally Thursday night.
Ellmore J. Gilstrap. pastor. Sunday
school, 10. Morning worship, 11, Mr. aad
Mra. Louis Fowler will sing a duet; Rev.
Ralph Putnam of Gladstone will deliver
the sermon. Evening worship. 0. Rev.
Putnam, speaker. Young . people'a meet
ing, 7, "What Parts of the World are
Still Without Christ." Helen WitxeL
C ALT ART BAPTIST
W. Earl Oocaraa.- paator. Church, school
9:40, Mr. W. A. Barfcus. superintendent.
Morning worship, 10:50, "God's Prom
isee" ; anthem, "God Hath . Spoken"
(Wilsoa). B.YJP.U, 7. Evening sen-ice
in charge of young people, anthem "Lead
Oa. 0 King" - (Heyeer), young people
from Llnfield college will assist lis tha
program. Prayer service Wednesday, 7:46.
Choi rehearsal Thursday, 7:30.
High at Center. Gay L. Drill, paator,
664 North Cottage. Church school, 9:30.
Morning worship, 11. "Highwaya of the
Heart"; Lord's Sapper. Young people's
meetings, 6:30. Evangelistic serTice, 7:30,
tha Gideon bead will provide special fea
tures ; pastor begins aeries of sermons en
theme, "Christ Also Said, 'My Chnrch'.'
Midweek service Wedaesday, 7:30.
C. k XL A. GOSPEL TABERNACLE
655 Ferry. W. H. Caldwell, pastor, J13S
Madison, phoae 8693. Sunday achool.
9:45. Granvel Sheets, superintendent.
Mrs. Harriion will give an illustrated
message to the school. Morning worship,
11. A. J. Harrison will speak. Children's
meeting, 3. Yonng people's meeting.
6:80, "The Spirit-filled Life." Evening
service, 7:80, Mr. aad Mrs. A. J. Harri-
soa of Pasadena, Cel., will conduct evan
gelistic services every night except Mon
day, 7:45. Robert Harknesa. noted sacred
musician, will give recital Monday, 7:45.
I Oregon Lutheran Church
Will Open Annual Confab ;
At Silyertbn on Tuesday
Church street between Chemeketa and
Center. P. W. Eriksen, pastor. Sunday
school, 9:45, A. A. .Krueger, auperia
tendent; men's religious conference eon
ducted by Dr. A. 8. Jensen. Worship, 11,
"A Call to Action"; anthem, "Glory,
Praise and Honor," choir; solo. Miss
Lou gene Brietxke. State Gideoa meet,
7:80, songs by Gideon quartet. Lather
league life service meeting, 6 :30.
Capitol and Marion. W. G. Lieakaemper,
pastor. Sundsy school, 10, John Denny,
superintendent. German services, 10,
"Christ's Ascension Into Heaven." Eng
lish services, 11, "The Parable of the
Dragnet"; special music, male quartet.
CHRIST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAJT
18th aad State. Amos E. Miaaemaa,
A.M., pastor. 8uaday school, 9:45. Ger
man service, 9:45, "Be Ye Doers of the
Word." English service, 11, "Deceiving
Ourselves." Luther league, 7.
HOUSE OF PRAYER
aad 17th. A. J. Smith, min
ister, 1364 Skinner. West Salem. Prayer
services, 9 :45, aad every week night,
7:30, except .Thursday aad Saturday.
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAJT
16th and A. H. W. Gross, pastor.
Special confirmatioa services In English
language. 10. No German servile aad
no Suaday school.
TURNER METHODIST EPISCOPAL
N. Sherman Hawk, pastor. Sunday
school 10. Ivan Hadley. ra perl a tendent.
Worship. 11, "Why Should Christ
Ascend I '; special musie. Epworth league,
7. John 8. Hawk, leader. Evening service.
8, Methodist Brotherhood in charge. Mid
week service Thursday, 7:30.
Adjt. E. Parsons. Holines meeting,
11. Sunday achool, 3:30. Y. P. Legion,
6:80. Salvation meeting, 8. Services en
Tuesdsy, Thursday, Saturday, S p. as.
Relief Corps Sponsor
For Public Memoria
HUBBARD, May 19 The
General Rusk Woman's Relief
Corps is arranging an interest
ing program for the general pub
lic In honor of Memorial day to
SILVERTON', May 1$ The an
nual convention of the Oregon
Circuit of Lutheran ehnrchee will
open its session at Sil verton at
Trinity church Tuesday morning
at 10 o clock. The convention
theme will be based on Revela
tions 1:7-22. The Rev. R. Bog
stad ot Eugene Is the president
of the Oregon Circuit and M. O.
Hatteberg of Silrerton Is the sec
retary. Rev. C. L. Foss is pastor
of the hostess church at S 11 verton.
Convention speakers will in
clude the Rev. M. A. Chrlstenson
of Astoria; the Rev. P. J. Luvaas
of Eugene; Prof. Martin Holum
ot Portland, and the Rev. R. M.
Cartford, a missionary to Mad
agascar. The convention will
close Thursday night.
The Oregon Circuit of the Wo
men's Missionary Federation will
meet at Silverton In conjunction
with the Circuit, only the Feder
ation will meet but one dayWed
nesday, May 24. . Those who will
present papers and speak at the
Federation meeting here include
Miss Clarissa Brager, Mrs. Tom
Hansen, Mrs. Alvln Legard. Miss
Hilda Olsen, all of Silrerton;
Mrs. H. Rogen of Monitor; Mrs.
J. D. Runsvold of Portland; Mrs.
R. Bogstad of Eugene; Mrs. Gor
don McCall of Portland.
Furnishing vocal solos for the
day and night sessions will be
Mrs. O. Salveson of Canby, Mrv.
H.. E, Johnson ot Silverton. Choir
numbers will also be furnished by
Trinity and Immanuel choirs.
Mrs. H. Rogen ot Monitor Is the
president and Mrs. Henry Tor-
vend of Silverton la the secretary
ot the Federation.
W. Stirber In charge. In the af
ternoon sport events will be en
joyed. At night, following sup
per, the children of St. Paul's
achool will preeent a program.
A group of more than 20 Gid
eon salesmen and business men
of Portland, will be assisted by
the Salem Gideon quartet In var
ious Salem churches at Sunday
morning srvices. In the after
noon one group will hold religious
services at the Oregon state peni
tentiary and the tuberculosis hos
At 7:30 they will stage a rally
at the American Lutheran church
where the entire group will as
semble and participate in the pro
gram. The Gideons are now an In
ternational organisation and are
endeavoring to place a bible in
every room in all hotels the
world over. The pastor. P. W.
Erlckson will give words -of wel
come at the evening rally.
To Present Pupils
SILVERTON, May 1 Miss
Violet Heiigstad will present her
piano pupils In recital Friday
night. May 26, in the Immanuel
Lutheran church. Eight pupils
will be present during the pro
gram which begins at 8 o'clock.
Miss Frances Nelson will present
several vocal numbers for the oc
casion. Miss Herrlgstad invites
the public to attend.
Festival Slated 28th
Silverton, May 19 A spring
festival will be held at St. Paul's
parish hall May 28, sponsored by
the St. Monica Altar society. Din
ner will he served at noon and a
supper In the evening with Mrs.
be given at the city hall at
p.m. on Tuesday. May SO.
Marshall Dana from Portland
will be the epeaker.
Delegate to Grange
Meet at Pendleton
TURNER, May 19. Surprise
grange delegates to the state con
ventlon are Master Fred Mitchell
and Mrs. Mitchell, alternates are
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Palmer. Stay-
ton grange will be present at the
The M. E. Ladies' Aid society
met with Mrs. F. I. Gunning
Thursday afternoon. It was voted
to serve a public dinner July 21.
as has been the custom on elec
tion day. New officers will be
elected at next meeting.
WOODBURN. May 19 (Spe
cial) A vote of confidence and
appreciation for the Bank ot
Woodburn and its administration
was made by the chamber of com
merce this week, and a committee
ot W. H. Broyles, R. L. Gniss and
John Shaw named to aid in a bet
ter public understanding on the.
banking situation locally.
The Bank of Woodburn this
week Issued a statement signed by
Keith Powell, president. Involving
six points, four of which are:
Our trouble is depreciation In
the values ot our bond account.
These bonds, both Oregon muni
cipals and market bonds, because i
ot the lack of market la these try- f
ing times, cannot be sold for the
price we gave for them. We hare
some froten loans as well, and
some losses, but this is secondary.
"The present ownership cannot
furnish bonds or property suffi
cient to make up this depreciation.
We have In the past year or two
contributed voluntarily more thsn
our entire capital and surplus and
we are now throwing in our re
maining properties, but their val
ues also are depreciated and can
not entirely compensate.
"We are living within our in
come. Expenses have been cut to
the bone. The writer is oft the
payroll and all remaining salaries
are greatly reduced. We can con
tinue these economies .
"W are willing to step aside
for any responsible group who can
organise, purchase our acceptable
assets and carry on, the remainder
t6 be liquidated slowly so bonds
need not bo sacrificed. We are
working with substantial Interests
who may be willing to do this.
Perrydale High Has
PERRYDALE, May 19. Grad
uating exercises of the high
school were held in the auditor
ium Wednesday night. After sev
eral musical numbers Roy H.
Hewitt of Salem delivered the ad
dress. Those receiving diplomas
were: Ethel Molenaar, Arlene
White, Alma Nan Bland. Kenneth
Keyt, Lawrence Macken and Ed
White School Has
For Six Students
White school had its graduating
exercises Thursday night. Avery
Thompson of Salem was the
Graduates were Vernon
Spragne, salntatorlan; Phyillls
Hults, valedictorian; Frank Fo
bert, class history; declamation,
Leona Colvin; last will and tes
tament, Helen Meyers. Diplo
mas were presented by James
Taylor, the chairman of the
Miss Mathilda Gllles who i
the teacher has been reelected
for next year which will be her
sixth year. She and her pupils
had an all day picnic at the
school house Friday.
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TOOTS AND CASPER
By JIMMY MURPHY
IT'S TWO DAYS NOW SINCE
COLONEL HOOFER LEFT FOR MEXICO
CITY. TOOTS, AND HE5 6fCfiUij TO LIVE
THERE PtRttAKI)4TLY.HE LANDED
A NIFTY POSITION THERE AT
$15,000.22 A YEAR, BUT fM SORRY
HIS NEW UOBTDOK HIM AWAY
FROM THIS TOWN FOR KEEPS!
I'M 6rt-AO OF HIS 6OOO LUCK. BUT
6EE t CANT BEAR TO THINK THAT I UCVT
NEVER SEE HIM MAIN" KTS MY PAL!
vVEVE QUARRELED A LOT. BUT WAY
DOWN DEEP I LIKE HIM! HE'S BEEN
A REAL FRIEND! HE'S STUCK TO
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REMEMBER ALL THE FLOWERS HE
SENT WHEN YOU WERE SICK. TOOTS?
HE'S BEEN SO NICE TO BUTTERCUP. TOO,
AND I'LL NEVER FORGET HIM FOR
HIS KINDNESS TO ME WHEN I HAD THE
6R1PPE TWO YEARS AO HE SAT UP
WITH ME NtcrHT AND DAY-
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