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Валда ян (1828), № 3 (4), Май ков edited by Шотин И. В.
Кельгом — ялгат! by Черапкин, Иосиф Григорьевич
Валда ян. Эрь ковонь общественно-политический и велень-хозяйствань журнал. Нолдаец "Од веле" газетать редакцияц. — № 3 (4), 1928 кизоня, Май ков. — с. 11
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Кельгом—ялгат!

Тячи сась Саратавонь университету «Валда Ян» журналть омбоця номероц. Сембя мокшонь-студеттня педезь-пецьть эзонза. Яряскадыхть ваномонза, морафтомонза.

И, мезень дива! Ванат лангозонза, — кеподи седиця, кенерьдят мокшотнень-инкса, вдь тя минцень кяльсонок журнал. Да нингя стама журнал, кодамда кржа рузонь кяльсонга! А эзонза сьормадфт мокшонь эряфть тяниень, живой вастонза.

Ваномска пара, а сяда цебярь потмоста. Содержанияц кочказь-кочкаф, няйви, што лама вий эзонза путф, нолдаф кельгомга и тевонь-содазь пуроптф.

Пензаса работай мокша ялгатненьди тя журналсь пряньшнаманьди, а сембя мокшотненьди седиень петем-васта и эрямшиса „Валда Ян“.

Тя тевсь сембоньди тага няфнесы, што Советонь власьць ды Коммунистонь партиясь, аф анцек корхтафцазь йолма нациятненьди лездомать, но тевс путнесазь валснон и эрямас сувафнесазь.

Мокшонь оцю спасиба Редакцияти тяфтама паронь тиемда,

Шумбра-ши тевонь вятити, Иван Васильевич Шотин—ялгати и тейнза лезды мокшотненьди!

И. Черапкин.

 
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