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1885 TO 1965

A printed circular issued July 13, 1885, announced the
first Camp Meeting of the Piasa Bluffs Assembly starting
August 25, 1885 and continuing one week. It stated that "the
object of the Chautauqua Assembly is to maintain a summer
resort for literary, scientific and religious instruction."

This bulletin announces a program of eleven weeks of
this revered heritage with tremendous opportunities for all.



HOW TO REACH NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA

By Telephone: Phone person-to-person, Alton, Illinois, 466-1912. Messen-
ger notifies resident of long distance call.

By U. S. Mail: Branch Post Office with outgoing and incoming mail
daily. Proper address — Chautauqua, Illinois.



PROGRAM



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New Piasa Chautauqua



A non-denominational, non-commercial, eleven-week Summer
Assembly dedicated to Christian ivorship, education and
recreation on the Palisades of the Mississippi River at Chau-
tauqua, Jersey County, Illinois.



EIGHTIETH ANNUAL SEASON
JUNE 19 - - SEPTEMBER 6

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OCTOBER 1, 1964 — SEPTEMBER 30, 1965
DIRECTORS

Harold R. Colbert Al McKain, Jr. D. L. Schlansker

Dr. E. B. Drescher Joseph A. Meisel, Jr. Kenneth Schulenburg

Dr. Wm. H. Grundmann Wm. G. Osborn Judge I. H. Streeper, III

C. J. Jacoby Joseph L. Rain Joseph Voss

OFFIOERS

JOSEPH L. RAIN President

DR. E. B. DRESCHER Vice-President

C. J. JACOBY Vice-President

HAROLD R. COLBERT Secretary

JOSEPH A. MEISEL, Jr. Treasurer

WILLIAM G. OSBORN Assistant Secretary and Treasurer

JUDGE I. H. STREEPER Legal Consultant

COMMITTEES
Appraisement C. J. Jacoby Program

Joseph A. Meisel, Jr. Joseph A Meisel, Jr. d. L. Schlansker
Joseph C. Smith ^^dge I. H. Harold R. Colbert

Harold E. Roberts , btreeper. III Joseph A. Meisel, Jr.

Joseph Voss Dr Wm H.

Budget & Finance William G. Osborn Grundmann

Joseph A. Meisel, Jr. A. H. McKain, Jr. Miss Helen Christoe

Harold R. Colbert e c <• ♦ Mrs. Favre Gould

C. J. Jacoby Fire & Safety ^^^ ^^^^^ jj^p^

William G. Osborn Dr. E. B. Drescher „ ,. .

^ , Joseph Voss Religion

Chautauqua Center gy^^^ Jackson Harold R. Colbert

A. H. McKain, Jr. otto Huff, C. J. Jacoby

K. L. Schulenburg Grounds Mgr. Mrs. Arthur Maier

Mrs. David Kerr „ , p „ i ^•

Forward Planning I^ules & Regulations

Concessions , AH McKain Jr

Dr. Wm. H. gr. E B. Drescher A H^ McK^ n Jn

rviinHryT!:)nn Harold R. Colbert Ul. Xh. D. umhLll^l

Giundmann MrKain Tr Judge I. H.

Joseph Voss A. H. McKam, Ji. streeper, III

A. H. McKam, Jr. Grounds & Property d^, Wm. H.

Co-Ordinating Joseph Voss Grundmann

Joseph A Meisel, Jr. C. J Jacoby Swimming Pool

D. L. Schlansker A. H. McKam, Jr. ^ , a tvt • ^ t
r T Tnrobv Joseph A. Meisel, Jr.
K. L. Schulenburg "-bor K. L. Schulenburg
Byron Jackson William G. Osborn Joseph Voss

Harold Thomas i^^?P^^' .^T^^' ^^'- ^''- ^- ^- ^^^^^^^^

Mrs. Joseph C. Smith K. L Schulenburg Youth and Athletics

Mrs. William Thomas Ur Wm H. Srhnlenbui-e-

Mrs. D. L. Schlansker Grundmann Dr. Wm H

Development Insurance Grundmann

Joseph L. Rain, Sr. Harold R. Colbert Harold Thomas

Harold R. Colbert D. L. Schlansker Byron Jackson

Dr. E. B. Drescher William G. Osborn Mrs. Leland Kreid



J he /resident 6 11 UleSSaae . . .

As president of Chautauqua it is my pleas-
ant privilege to welcome on behalf of the Board
of Directors, members and their guests to Chau-
tauqua for the eightieth season.

As we celebrate our eightieth anniversary,
we recognize the foresight of our forefathers in
stating in the Articles of Incorporation these ob-
jectives and purposes: "To conduct a Chautauqua
assembly for religious, educational and scientific
purposes and operate in connection therewith a
summer resort" throughout the years. The dedi-
cation of the Board, stockholders, and members
to these objectives have kept us a non-denomin-
ational and non-commercial assembly unmatched
by few places in our great country. May we al-
ways be mindful of these things as we plan for
the future.

As changes are made in administrative pol-
icy and physical surroundings it is well that we
look forward as well as backward to make sure
we preserve our Chautauqua and its beautiful
valley so that it may be enjoyed by those who fol-
low in our footsteps as much as we have enjoved
it.

In a spirit of gratitude for all who have
made and are making Chautauqua what it is we
of the Board offer our thanks for their co-opera-
tion. May you enjoy the program we have planned
for this eightieth season. If it brings you relax-
ation, inspiration, and a greater appreciation of
what our Chautauqua means in the way of a
wholesome kind of family life, the past and pres-
ent efforts will not have been in vain.

Ao6epn oL. f\ain

President



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ARTICLE II
OBJECT AND PURPOSES

Section 1. Object. The object for which the association was formed as

stated in its certificate of incorporation is:

"To conduct a Chautauqua Assembly for religious, educa-
tional and scientific purposes and operate in connection
therewith a summer resort."

Section 2. Policies. In fulfillment of this purpose, the association has
since its organization found it feasible and possible to operate success-
fully without profit to its shareholders, to maintain well attended re-
ligious services and classes, to provide a place, facilities, and supervision
for wholesome recreation and restful living during the summer season,
and does hereby declare and determine that a continuation of such
policies is for the best interest of the association, is essential to the ac-
complishment of its. objects and will most effectively contribute to the
physical, moral and spiritual welfare of its shareholders, cottage mem-
bers, their families and guests, accordingly:

Section 3. Non-Commercial. It is declared that it shall be the policy of
the association to prevent Chautauqua from becoming a commercial or
secular enterprise during the period of its commitments to its cottage
members, expiring November 30, 1985.

Sect,ion 4. Not for profit. The association shall continue to be operated
and conducted without profit to its shareholders, and the net income,
if any, shall not be accumulated for, and be paid to, or inure to the
benefit of, its shareholders.

Section 5. Religion. The association shall continue to provide leadership
and facilities for religious education and worship services, Christian but
non-sectarian in character, as the underlying motif of the organization,
and shall permit no sectarian or anti-Christian services or activities.

Section 6. Recreation and Retreat. The association shall, in connection
with its religious program, provide facilities and leadership for children,
and shall operate and conduct Chautauqua as a peaceful, wholesome,
pleasant and safe place for rest and retreat from the pressures of mod-
ern living.

Section 7. Revocation or Amendment. This article shall be the central
guide and control of the officers, directors and shareholders in all their
actions and decisions, and shall not be revoked or amended except by a
vote of not less than three-fourths of the entire board of directors and
three-fourth of the shares of stock of the association, and then only
after at least thirty-days notice by United States Mail, postage prepaid,
to all officers, directors and shareholders, setting forth specifically and
in detail the proposed resolution for revocation or amendment to be sub-
mitted for consideration.



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Rules and Regulations governing: daily living at Chautauqua are con-
ceived in the interest of promoting jDublic safety and making a pleasant
and enjoyable stay for everyone possible. The cooperation of all persons
in obsei-ving and obeying all By-Laws, Rules and Regiilations of the
Association at all times will be greatly appreciated.

1. VEHICLES: (a) All automobiles must be brought to a full stop at
the Gate House at entrance to the Chautauqua grounds upon entering
or leaving. The Gatekeeper is required to determine that each person
entering the grounds is properly authorized for admission.

b — The speed limit of all motor vehicles on the Chautauqua
grounds is 15 miles per hour. All "Stop" signs must be obeyed.

c — No one may operate a motor vehicle on the Chautauqua
grounds who does not possess a Driver's License of the State in
which he resides and who is not adequately covered by liability in-
surance. All motor vehicles are required to have a state license.

d — All residents and guests are urged to leave cars parked and
to walk when possible. The unnecessary driving of motor vehicles on
Chautauqua grounds will not be permitted.

e — Anyone judged guilty of careless driving shall be prohibited
from driving on Chautauqua grounds.

f — Bicycles are not to be ridden on public walks or the board
walk. Bicycle riders are urged to exercise caution in riding their
bicycles.

2. COTTAGE GUESTS: 0^\^lers wishing to have guests in their cot-
tages must notify the Chautauqua manager and submit complete inform-
ation about prospective guests to the board. The board reserves the
right to withhold approval on applications.

If you expect guests, notify the gatekeeper in advance and make ar-
rangements for their admission. Frilure to make advance arrangements
can cause embarrassment as the gatekeeper is not authorized to admit
strangers to the grounds simply because they announce they have come
to visit a Chautauqua resident.

3. BUILDING: No building or additions shall be erected, nor repair
work started except with consent of the Board of Directors, under a
permit signed by the Secretary. No building or additions shall be done
from June 15th to September 10th.

3a. Any cottage owner who intends to install an air-conditioner, elec-
trical stove, electric hot water heater, or any other electrical appliances
that consume a large amount of current must obtain approval of the
Board of Directors.

4. COTTAGES: The Grounds Committee shall have the authority to ex-
amine or inspect any cottage or place on the Grounds as to fire hazards,
water, light, and sanitary conditions at any or all times.



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5. ANIMALS: No animals or fowls shall be permitted to run at large.
Dogs or cats shall not be allowed on the streets or public gi'ounds of this
Association unless leashed.

6. OPEN FIRES: Burning of trash or other open fires are not per-
mitted on the grounds at any time except by paid employees of the As-
sociation.

7. NOISES: Your cooperation and consideration of your neighbor is
asked in loud playing of musical instruments, radios and televisions at all
times. Quiet hour shall be observed at 11 p.m. on week nights and 12:30
a.m. on Saturday nights.

8. GAMES: U|se of courts or playing of all out-of-doors games is
prohibited from 11 p.m. on Saturday to 12 o'clock noon Sunday. All out-
door games are restricted daily between the hours from 11 p.m. and 8 a.m.

9. INTOXICATING LIQUORS: The consuming of beer or intoxi-
cating liquors shall not be permitted at any time on public grounds of
Chautauqua.

10. POSTERS: No posters, hand bills, signs, or pictures shall be dis-
played on any part of the grounds other than on the Bulletin Board,
and then only by permission of the Management. Approved Chautauqua
organizations may obtain permission to advertise special events by re-
ferring request to office manager at the Administration Building.

11. GARBAGE AND TRASH: Garbage and trash shall be placed in
covered containers. It will be collected at regular intervals during the
season.

a — Soda bottles must be returned to the dispensing machine
from which they were taken.

b — Papers and trash should be deposited in containers which
are provided for this purpose around the grounds.

12. GUNS AND FIREARMS:

a — AH of the Chautauqua grounds is registered as a Game
Refuge. It is, therefore, against the law as well as our rules to hunt
or discharge fire arms at any time and at any place on Chautauqua
property. This also applies to air guns or air rifles.

b — The discharge of fire works, fire crackers or bombs of any
type is not permitted at Chautauqua at any time.

The Management reserves the right to expel from the Grounds, or to re-
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Charles (Chuck) Goldthwaite will be in charge of the Administra-
tion Office this season. Any questions regarding membership or mis-
cellaneous problems on the grounds should be directed to the office. All
guest and pool fees are to be paid weekly at the office.
Office hours:

Monday — Friday 10:00 - 12:00 A.M.

3:30 - 5:30 P.M.

Saturday 10:00 - 12:00 A.M.

2:30 - 5:30 P.M.
Sunday 1:30 - 3:00 P.M.



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Otto Huff continues his fine garding water, lights or sewers
work in maintaining the gi'ounds should be referred to Otto,
and utilities. Any difficulties re-



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Julius Hollman is in charge of erated from June 7 through Sep-
the Post Office, which will be op- tember 6,

K^ottaae ^aied

Mrs. Otto Huff handles informa- sale. Mrs. Huff can be reached at

tion regarding cottage sales. She her cottage, "Rock Bottom", or by

is familiar with the cottages avail- phone 466-1963.
able and the details relative to their

Education ana C^nlertainment J-^^roara m

PLAY SCHOOL

Mrs. Charles (Mary) Gold- to attend the Play School activities,
thwaite assisted by Miss Betsy One of the highlights of the sea-
Fischer will supervise the Play son is the Children's Weekend. On
School under the auspices of the Friday evening the children of the
L.C.I. A. Play School present a pageant and

Hours are from 10:00 A.M. to on Saturday afternoon are guests

12:00 noon Monday through Friday. of the L.C.I. A. at a parade through

All children on the grounds, ages the gi'ounds followed by races and

three through twelve are welcome treats at the River Front.

MOVIES

Movies are shown in the Audi- carefully selected to appeal to all
torium four nights ner week ages,
throughout the season. The movies,

COMMUNITY SINGING

Jim Keehner has been kind nights. Under Jim's capable lead-
enough to offer his ser\'ices as ership we anticipate a renewed
leader for group singing before interest in Community singing,
the movies on Friday and Saturday



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The Church school which meets
Sunday mornings during- the sea-
son at 9:45 A.M., is under the di-
rection of Mr. Joseph L. Rain.

The Sunday morning worship is
held in the auditorium at 11:00
A. M., with the Resident minister
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by the Religious committee.

Each Thursday evening at 7:30
the Resident minister holds Devo-
tionals in the Chapel.

Each week-day morning, Monday
throug'h Friday, the resident min-
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Richard Vogel will return as our
resident minister. Most Chautau-
qua residents are acquainted with
Richard because of his work in
1964. He is a graduate of Nor-
mandy High School and has a
B.A. degi'ee from the University
of Michigan. He attended DePauw
University, where he worked on
his Masters degree and for the
past two years he has continued
his studies at Yale in the Divinity
School.



Mr. Vogel will be assisted in his
work by his wife, Susan, who is
also a native of the St. Louis area.
Susan is also studying in the Di-
vinity School at Yale.

Richard and Susan will be in
charge of all church activities, will
work with the young people, and
will conduct a Monday-night dis-
cussion group which they started
last summer.



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SOFTBALL

Softball practice is held regular-
ly and games will be scheduled for
the boys at regular intervals.

TENNIS

Two excellent Tennis Courts are
available for everyone who enjoys
this sport. Tennis tournaments will
be held in late August.

ATHLETICS

Chautauqua attempts, in its ath-
letic program, to develop not only
physical skills, but also sportsman-
ship. At a special ceremony Satur-
day, August 28 when the winners
of the athletic contests are pre-
sented awards and trophies, special
recognition is given to the boy and
girl who exemplify outstanding
sportsmanship.

BASKETBALL

A basketball backboard is avail-
able and free throw contests are
held. There will be added emphasis
placed on fundamental shooting
this year.

BOWLING ON THE GREEN

Both men and women have found
Bowling on the Green a satisfy-
ing recreation and exercise. Regu-
lar tournaments will be held at the
end of the season and champions
will be crovvnued.

GOLF

Through the courtesy of West-
lake Country Club of Jerseyville,
Chautauquans are permitted use of
the golf course every day except
Sunday and holidays. The greens
fee is $1.50 for nine holes. Ther2
is a snack bar in the club house.



HORSESHOES

Good Horseshoe Courts are main-
tained at Chautauqua, shoes are
furnished, and in the past many
players have found this to be a
relaxing sport. Champs will be
crowned at the end of the year.

ROQUE

Roque is an old and unique
Chautauqua sport. The court is
maintained and balls are furnish-
ed. Mallets are available through
Mr. Goldthwaite at the office. Tour-
naments for young and old are car-
ried out throughout the season
with champions to be crowned on
August 28.

SHUFFLEBOARD

Two new professional size shuf-
fleboard courts are located near
the Administration building. The
courts are in constant use by
youngsters of all ages. Tournament
play will be held.

SWIMMING

Swimming is an established sport
and recreation at Chautauqua. Reg-
ular practice will be held so that
teams can be organized for com-
petition.

Robert Hormell is pool manager
and the life guard is Gary Schlan-
sker. Both have their Red Cross
Live Saving Certificate.

The pool is open everv day from
1-5 P.M. and 6:30 to 8:00 P.M. on
Tuesday and Sunday. It will be
open other evenings, weather per-
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The 80th season of Chautauqua
promises to be a busy season for
the L.C.I. A., whose membership is
open to all the ladies on the
g-rounds.

Following its purpose, which is
to further the ci\ac, social and spir-
itual welfare of Chautauqua, the
L.C.I. A. sponsors the Girl's Club,
provides for the Children's Day
weekend, sponsor the weekly card
parties, provides chaperones for
the Saturday night dances, plans



Thursday night activities for the
children, and helps to prepare the
chapel and auditorium for our re-
ligious services. In addition, this
year the ladies are planning an
80th Anniversary reception, an An-
niversary family dinner, and a
bazaar.

With its Memorial Fund, sus-
tained by contributions given as
tributes, the L.C.I. A. beautifies the
grounds by planting trees, flowers,
and shrubbery.



MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS

First Vice President

MRS. D. L. SCHLANSKER

Second Vice President



MRS. ROBERT CHEVALLEY
Treasurer



OFFICERS FOR 1965

MRS. JOSEPH C. SMITH

President

MRS. VINCE S€HIFFERDECKER

Recording Secretary

MRS. HAROLD KING
Corresponding Secretary

MRS. JOSEPH VOSS

Auditor



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN



MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS
Auditorium and Chapel

MRS. A. LYNDON BELL
Card Parties

MRS. D. L. SCHLANSKER
Children's Day — Friday Night

MISS HELEN CHRISTOE

Children's Day — Saturday Events

MRS. HAROLD KING

Membership

MISS HELEN CHRISTOE
Saturday Night Dances



MRS. ROBERT CALLAHAN

Girl's Club

MRS. DAVID KERR

The Center

MRS. FAVRE GOULD

Station Stand

MRS. LELAND KREID
Play School, Publicity,
Thursday Night Events

MRS. JOSEPH C. SMITH

MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS

MRS. D. L. SCHLANSKER

Coordinating Committee



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NANCY KREID President

JANE MISEGADES Vice President

VALERIA HIGGINS Secretary

ANNE SCHIFFERDECKER Treasurer

CATHY MARTIN Sgt. at Arms

The Girls' Club is planning a ert Callahan. The Girls' Club wel-
number of projects for this season comes all girls twelve and over to
under the sponsorship of Mrs. Rob- become members.



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BYRON JACKSON President

HAROLD THOMAS Vice President

FAVRE GOULD Secretary-Treasurer

DIRECTORS

EARL SCHWANINGER VINCE SCHIFFERDECKER

JOHN BUERKLE

All men interested in the future the Carnival and balloon ascension
Mef'^^cf r''^ ^''^ members of the Monday, July 5. Its card party is

scheduled for Saturday, August 14

The Men's Club sponsors the An- to which all Chautauquans are in-
nual Barbeque Sunday, July 4 and vited.



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Under leadership of the Mens Club the Boys' Club will be reactivated
and new leadership provided. The Boys' Club is open to all teenage
boys who wish to participate in various ac'tivities on the grounds.



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The Chautauqua Players is com-
posed of residents who enjoy pool-
ing; their amateur talents to pro-
duce an evening's entertainment
for their Chautauqua friends and
neighbors. Anyone .interested in



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this type of recreation, is urged
to join the group.

Any revenue received from the
production is used to defray ex-
penses and to pay for improve-
ments of the auditorium.




OFFICERS



BERNICE JACKSON
President



KAYE HIGGINS

Secretary



PHILIP POLSTER
Treasurer



BOARD OF DIRECTORS



JIM KEEHNER

DAVID KERR



MARIE OTT
BOB EDMONDS



SID HORMELL
AL McKAIN



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Chautauqua is located in the Al-
ton Lake Area. This has become
one of the fastest growing boating
regions in the nation. Many Chau-
tauquans have become boating en-
thusiasts. The Chautauqua Yacht
Club is a separate corporation. Un-
fortunately this yacht club will not
maintain docks this year, due to
the construction of the road, there-
fore it will be impossible to have
any permanent docks. Chautau-



quans are looking forward to hav-
ing docks that we can be proud of
as Chautauquans, after the road
is completed, and again enjoy the
bluffs along the Illinois side of
Alton Lake that provides some of
the best scenery in the Middle
West.

The annual meeting will be held
at the Auditorium on the fourth
Saturdav, August 28, 1965, at 2:00
P.M.



OFFICERS



A. H. McKAIN
Commodore



VICTOR RANKIN
Rear Commodore



FAVRE GOULD

Secretary- Treasurer



BOARD OF GOVERNORS



JOHN C. BUERKLE
HAROLD R. COLBERT
FAVRE GOULD
LYNN SCHLANSKER



DR.



AL H. McKAIN

JOSEPH H. YERKES

VICTOR €. RANKIN

WM. H. GRUNDMANN




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David Meisel will again be on soft drinks to help enjoy our fine
hand to serve you with the best movies,
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Chautauqua Center will be avail- tacted for information regarding

able on a limited basis for the con- use.

, f r'1,.,,,4- ,^ Mane Nesbitt and Elberta Mare-

venience and use of Chautauqua .^^^ ^^.^ hostesses at The Center.

members. Mr. McKam is chairman These ladies provide a child care

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The store will be open for the sodas and groceries will be avail-
convenience of Chautauqua mem- able at reasonable hours. The Sun-
bers under the supervision of Ray day Post-Dispatch is also on sale at
Behymer. Milk, bread, ice cream, the store.



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For several years Mrs. Harold other nick naks. Orders may also
King has been providing gift items, be placed for Christmas cards from
place cards, greeting cards and sample lines on display.

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Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blankenship guests of members. The Blanken-

and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harris ships and Harris families are new

will operate Kentucky Home. They Chautauqua cottage owners and

will provide regular meals and ca- we extend to them our greetings

ter to special groups who are and cooperation.

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Jim Buerkle will have the St. available for delivery and will ap-


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