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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1959
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». I- } V In Seetionals - Only four Kdssitlh.eounty boys •basketball teams, St. John's af Bancfc-ft, Lak&C LuVerne and Presentation. 6f Whittemofe, re* friftjft in the running for sectional (titles afte? the first two nights of action at five sites in -this area, St. John's is the 6nly class A team in the rufming, The othfefs art class B, outfits. Action ,%as slated -at Esther* vSlle, Rolfe, Crystal Lake arid Rihgsted last night (Wednesday)* for all teams and finals are ,to be held at the same sites Saturday night. ' •, < ' ,St. John's belted .Milford, 6844, at Estherville in.,first round action and. was: slated to tangle with Graettinger last night. The Johnnies have an' 8*8 ' season •mark and feature high-scoring Ed Rahe, who has, pumped in an .average of, nearly 30 points per game during the season. Lakota edged Ledyard, 65-61, at Crystal'Lake'as, Wertjes got 19, SachVld and Brac"k IS points. Ken Menke flipped in 26 points and ,'Johnson 12 -for. Ledyard, a team Jthat downed..Lakota, 98-66 eight days earlier. , . v -* LuVerne pasted Des Moines township of Rolfe, 72-44, at Rolfe to moye into the semi-finals at iRolfe and Presentation clouted Burt, 66-49, in 'class B action at Ringsted. Gary Harm pumped in 24 points,, Fred Kirsch 17 and Hank Derner 10 for Presentation, while Hadley 1 Castor got 15 and Wayne Christensen 11 for the Bears. Here's how • the rest, of. the county teams got sidelined: . CLASS A At Briii Thompson 46, Corwith-Wesley 44 Garner 71, Titonka 42 At Esiherville Emmetsburg Catholic' 52, Swea . City 43 . Emmetsburg Catholic 47, Armstrong 40 Spirit Lake 44, Sentral36 At Rolfe Rolfe 54, West Bend 50 Twin Rivers 77, St. Cecelia's 71 Holfe 66, Algona 45 CLASS B • ' ' At Crystal Lake Hayfield 58, Woden 38 At Rolfe ,' Bradgate 66, St. Joe 49 ' At Ringsted Rodman 43; Dolliver 38 Cylinder 66, Whittemore 30 Ringsted 78, Gruver 40'' ' 'St. Cecelia's went all-out in its - attempt to get past Twin Rivers, but-the Pirates took a'lead'in the fray and hung on to win Montfay hight. ' The lead in the contest changed hands no less* than 16 times. Twin Rivers led 18-17 at the quarter and 58-51 at the three- quarter mark and St. Cecelia's held the upper hand, 38-37, at the half. -Mark Seeley topped both teams in scoring as he pumped in 24 points for the Knights. Ken Schwendemann topped Twin (Rivers with 22 points. Algona was never in the game with Rolfe. The Rams were off and running from the start' and won handily despite the efforts of Dick Heinen and Jerry Meyer of .the Bulldogs who turned in good jobs. Rolfe; led, 33-13, at halftime. Heinen led Algona ~ with nine points. Meyer and Robbie Hutchins each tossed in eight and Jerry Rickard sled •Rolfe with 18;" -Sectional winners will advance to district tourney action on dates and at sites to be selected later. . P.M. Exams For Wesley, Fenton Applications for examination for the position of postmaster in the Kossuth county towns of Fen•ton arid Wesley are now open and will be accepted until March 10i 1959, according to the U.S. Civil Service Commission. Both (towns are now being served by 'acting postmasters, . ' Competitors for the postmaster vacancies must have at least one year of experience showing they have the ability to conduct and manage the community's postal business and to supervise employees so that patrons are satis- f ie4 with the service. The job pays $4990 per year in each town. Applicants must take a written test and those who pass will be • assigned final ratings on the basis of the test 'and their experience and fitness for the job. They must have resided within /the delivery of .the office for one year immediately preceding Mar, 10, 1959, and cannot be less than 18>or more than .70 years of age, Complete information concerning the .positions may be obtain^ ed at the Fentpn and Wesley post offices, National Guard Muster Sunday Algona's 'National Puard will hold a Muster Day ancl open house at the armory at the fair* grounds here next Sunday, Feb. 23i from 10 a.nv to 4,p-m,.» acr cording to local officials, <?f organization. Free coffee and will be served to all visitors and the public is invited to attend, regular drill by the unit mU ipede the open house e.vent At the present time, there are four officers and 53 men in the local unit of the Guard* unit ., lota otty; tSTABLISHED 116$ fcnter*d M «econd data mutter at tit* poitottlo* it Alfohi, Iowa, Nov. t, IBSa. under Act of Cohfresl of March », 1879. AISONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, KBKUARY 19, 1959 3 SECTIONS - 22 PAGES VOL. f 6 * NO. 7 Extension Council Elects Elected to e guide the 28 member, Kossuth Couniy Extension Council for.1959 were the following''— L to R, front'— Fred Asa, Algona, chairman; Mrs Andrew Hanson, Swea City, secretary; back row, Bernard Thilfes, Bode,, vice-chairman; and Dean Andrews, Burty treasurer. (UDM -engraving). ' ' Scoutmaster Given Trip To National Scout Camp Early Morning Farm Fire Destroys Barn , Swea City ~ A farm fire at 3 a.m. last Wednesday morning, right in the middle of one of the season's worst blizzards,'.paftlal- ly ; destroyed the bafri' bfr the August Dontje farm. The' 1 other buildings, however, were, saVed. Also lost Were seven ~sow|/ 50 pigs and hay. The dodr :'had been left open and the cattle-had gone out, >• ' The snow had blocked r^ads, but a county plow came,to" help :the fire .truck from Swea City, and'Opened the road to the farm so the water carrier could jfet into the yard. ,.,. • Monday morning of this week, neighbors gathered,to help clean up'the,debris. f Those helping August were. Donald Krull and Donald Dontje of Buffalo Center, Roy Hintz,' Henry Dontje and Frank Bauer, Sr. of Bancroft, Eddie Bauer, Jim Kollasch, Raymond Steenhardj John Karels, David \ Dontje, Bill Burnett and 'Frank Dontje; The men completed the work ,by noon and were served dinner by 'Mrs Dontje with Mrs Donald Dontje, Mrs Donald Krull, Mr* John Karels and Mrs Jim Kollasch helping. ,:= - Train-Cor Crash Averted By Inches At Whittemore Lakota, — Approximately 100 fathers and sons attended the banquet Feb. 9 served by mothers of the Boy Scouts and, Cub Scouts. .Bobby Hamilton gave the welcome to the fathers and Robert Blomster responded for them. Speaker for the evening was the area Scout representative, Frank Wichael of Spirit Lake. Monica Beemer and Cheryl Rae Anderson, accompanied by Miss Leonard, sang several 'duets. Mrs V. A. Barrett gave a humorous reading. Gene Alien Weringa gave a scout cireed. Rev. Harlan' Kruse acted as master of ceremonies. » Gottlieb Rieffer. Scoutmaster; expressed his appreciation for the banquet which was given in his honor, The proceeds from the banquet are to be given to Mr & Mrs Rieffer and his family for a trip to the National Scout Camp in Philmont, New Mexico, this summer. In closing he led the Scouts and Cub Scouts., in; the candle lighting ceremony. Concert As J: Drive / 7- To Open Soon Tenth annual membership campaign of the Kossuth Community Concert Association will begin soon, according to Mrs John Hayes, membership chairman. Present members will be contacted .to,renew their memberships during the last week in February. The campaign for hew members will be .between March 2 and March 7; r ; ; / About 60 people have volunteered to help with the campaign. Mrs N, S. .Bangs Jr., is serving as co-chairman. Mrs M. H. Brower,, Mrs C. 1 D. Morck Jr., -Miss Barbara. Haggard, and Mrs Richard Burt are the Algona captains, and each will have a team of ten workers. County captains are Mrs H. J, McNertney, Bancroft; Miss Ruth HodPson. Burt and Fenton; Mrs W. G. Flaig, Lone Rock; Harry Naffziger, LuVerne; Mrs Paul Erdman, Wesley; Clifford. Munson, West Bend; Mrs Ralph Bauer, Whitterpore; and Florence Reynolds, Titonka, Lakota, Swea City and Buffalo Center. , The Kossu'th Commujhity Concert Association is a non-profit organization, and all workers donate their time. The money received in 'the membership campaign is .budgeted to bring a series of 'concerts of outstanding merit to the people in this vicinity, ,__ Property Damage In Car Crashes • Three mishaps were investigated by local policemen during the weekend. Slippery streets were responsible and fortunately no , personal injuries were reported. An auto driven toy John Diekman and a truck driven by Ralph Strayer, both of Algona, collided Monday at 8:05 a.m. at the North-' Western railroad underpass on East Oak street. Total damage was estimated at,$240. A' truck driven by Robert Palmer, arid an auto driven by .Deb Hall,- both of Algona, were, involved in an accident on Harlan Street at 8;20-a.mrfriday, .Total damage amounted $q.'$280, Three cars were 'involved in a mishap . at , the Intersection of Acklsy; <*n4. State streets' Thursday at 8!a<Ta,i«, 'The drivers, all from Algona, were Bernard Briggs, Mary Hays and Esther Damage to the vehicles to $350. ' :• Beavers „,.-, Eager Beavers 4-H Club jne<t February 0 with John Schadu presiding. Bob. Behjien- dorf i gave a JtgJJs, Lunch was served by Mrs Bob Rusher / UYflW $126,020 Bid On Street Widening Here Accepted A $126,020:37 bid by the Boswell Contracting Corp. of Sioux City for widening South Phillips street from the, old Irvington road corner north to State street was accepted by the state highway commission at Ames this week. ! Work,on the project will begin sometime this year. Two new lanes of paving one 'on each side of the present highway, will be added, plus, a new, wide corner at the intersection of Phillips and State streets. Total width of the completed project will be 49 feet. 5 Additional Farm Sales Several farm sale listings that reached the office too late to be included in the listing in section two of today's Upper Des Moines will be found below: Feb. 21, Saturday — Pat Murphy sale, 1% mile west of the Irvington corner on highway 169. Sale includes 32 Shorthorn-Hereford cattle, feeder pigs, farm machinery, alfalfa and clover hay, etc. Colwell and Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Details in paper today, Feb. 23, Monday — Clarence Gardner sale, 2 east of Swea City on Hy. 9. Sale details in paper today. Quinn & Yunge- berg, auctioneers; Swea City State Bank, clerk. Feb.- 26, Thursday — Irving^ New Colonial Motel Opening • Here Sunday j .->'' A grand opening celebration, featuring an open house, will be held this Sunday, Feb. 22, at the Colonial; Motel, located in the northeast portion of the intersection of highways 169 and 18 north of Algona. Hours of the open house will be ,2 'to 5 p'Jrp.. and 7 to 9 p.m., according to. Bud Anderson and Chet Schoby'rowni .erS of the motel. . ' . Mr and Mrs Anderson Will manage the hew' ' motel. Mr Anderson also operates the Chrome service station west of the motel, which has 10 units, completely equipped with all the comforts of home. General contractor on the project, which has been tinder construction'since last fall, was .the Kelley Lumber Co., Algona. L. S. Muckey; Algona, was heating and plumbing contractor and Pratt Electric, Algona, completed the electrical work. Mergen and Webster, Beecher Lane and Tom Rich were other local firms whose services were required in outfitting the motel. 'Mi 1 Schpby, father of Mrs Anderson, is a long-time resident of this area. He is a well-known farmer and has been associated with the A.S.C.'for several years, Mr Anderson was raised and educated here and has operated the Chrome service station since he returned from the army after World War II. The general public is invited to attend the open house, which is described fully in a full page ad elsewhere in the Upper Des Moines today. f Emil J. Frank Of Fenton, 68, Dies Wednesday Fenion — Emil J. Frank, 68, well-known area farmer, died Wednesday at 6:40 a.m. at St. Ann hospital at Algona where he had been a patient for about six weeks. Mr Frank succumbed to cancer following a two year illness. Funeral services for Mr Frank have tentyitively been set for Friday in the home at 1:30 p.m. and in the Fenton Methodist church at 2 p.m. Rev. Harvey Walker will officiate and burial will be in the Methodist cemetery here. The Thomas Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Emil J. Frank, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Frank, was born Sept. 29, 1890 at Charles City. Ho attended school there and following high school received a 2-year college degree from Highland Park College in Des Moines in 1914. He was married to Esther Newel here Nov. 3, 1916, and was employed as a welder at Hampton before Mr and Mrs Frank moved to a farm 3 Ms miles northeast of Fenton in 1918. They have resided on the farm since that time. Mr Frank served as a director, and president of the Fenton Coop Eleyator for 20 years and was president of school district number two for 15 years. Survivors include his wife, four daughters, Shirley (Mrs Don Shaw), Fenton; Virginia (Mrs Howard Rabey),, Cedar Falls; : J?h"yllls : (Mrs Robert Joh ann esen), Minneapolis; and Barbara (Mrs .Richard Schilts), Long Beach; two brothers, Jay and Alvin, 'Charles City; two sisters, Elsie (Mrs Robert Braden), Indianapolis; and Ruth (Mrs Arthur Hatch), 'San Francisco; and 11 grandchildren. Mrs Warburton Rites, Lakota Mrs Harriet Warburton, longtime residgnt of Lakota and lifelong resident of Kossuth county, died 'Tuesday in the Good Samaritan Home at Pocahontas. She succumbed following a lengthy illness and had lived at the home for two years;' _______ __________ _ ..... Funeral services for Mrs War- Burris closing out sale, at farm* burton will be held at 1:30 p.m. -••-••••- ...... in the Presbyterian church at Lakota Friday. Burial will be. in Maple Hill cemetery at Lakota arid the Curtis and Barnes Funeral Home, Swea City, is in charge of arrangements. Harriet Noble, daughter of Mr located 4 miles north, 1% east and 1 north of Algona. Sale includes full line of farm machinery. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Farmer's State Bank, Kanawha, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Mw. 5, Thursday — Ray Banwart farm sale. Complete line of machinery, 1QOO chickens/ West Bend, 2 east on blacktop, % south. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers, Iowa State Bank 'of West Beno", clerk, Mar. 7, Saturday — Dairy Sale, Harold Wehrspann, Fenton, 2 south, J /4 west, Whittemore Corner, 7 north, % west. 45 close springing heifers, 85 Holstein heifers, Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers. First Trust & Sayings bank, Fenton, clerk', New effort Station A new city Comfort station, located on the southeast corner 9< the new city parking lot across froin the Upper 'Des Moines of fice, is now open on a, regular hourly basis , every ;day except Sunday. Hours fay the comfort station are 8:30 a.m.. to 5:30 p.m.. onday through Thursday and aturday and until 9 p.m. Friday and Mrs Nelson Noble, was born in Algona, but lived most of her life at Lakota before entering Good Samaritan Home in 1957. Her husband, James, died in 1955. Mrs Warburton was a former correspondent at Lakota for the Upper Des Moines. She is survived by a sister, Mrs Samuel Whaien, Des Moines, several nieces and nephews. Burglars Strike LuVerne Sunday Sheriff .Ralph Ljndhorst invest, iga,ted a brealcnn at LuVerne Sunday at the Groh Pool Hall Thieves took 36 six-packs oj beer and two packages of cigar* sometime after 8 a.m. the day. " • Entrance wag gained by break mg a hole Jn; the front door, which allowecf the door to be opened from inside. 12 Births During Week At St. Ann Unofficially it was "Baby Week" during the past seven days at St. Ann hospital. 'No less than 12 babies, nine „. boys and threo girls were born at the local hospital from Feb. 11-17. Proud parents of new daughters are Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck, Jr., West Bend; Mr and' Mrs Floy Wolterman and Mr and Mrs Paul Stebritz, Aigona. New boys, were delivered to Mr and Mrs Harold Lampe, Burt; Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman and Mr and Mrs William Degen, Whittemore; Mr and Mrs George Fandel, Jr., Rodman; Mr and Mrs Dean Kienitz and Mr and Mrs Palmer Jensen, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Richard Thompson, Cylinder; and Mr and Mrs Edward Farrell and Mr and Mrs Edward Bowman, Algona. The largest and smallest were boys. Mr and Mrs Thompson's baby weighed in at four pounds, while Mr and Mrs Ed Bowman's newest addition was a hefty nine pound, 10 ounce lad. Cast Of 18 In Senior Play The Senior Class play "Dino" will be presented February 27 and 28 at 8:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. v < There are 18 students in the cast. They are Marv Miller, Jeanette Bjustrom, Dick Zwiefel, Patricia Thompson, Linda Smith, Jerry Cowan, Jason Etherington, Judy O'Brien, Carol Shore, Linda Hansen, Roxanne Shackelford, Ron Tschetter, Larry Cook, Joyce Huenhold, Jon Discoe, Judy Adreon, Mary.:;Bolridge, and Joyce Opheim. Tickets f9r both the Friday and Saturday night performances may be purchased at the high school. P.-Q.& Banks To Close Monday Fenton 4-H Youth Wins A Nice Dairying Award John Rugpr, Jr. and a registered Holsiein heifer he purchased recently are pictured obove. John wus named Kossuth County's outstanding 4-H dairyman at the Esiherville Cooperative Creamery annual meeting, January 29 and Wus awarded $75.00 to be used toward the purchase of a registered heifer. 'John is a member and present secretary-treasurer of the Fenton 4-H club led by Ervin Borchardl and Walter Jenlz of Fenton. He is 14 years of age and; has carried dairy projects for five years. His heifer won a blue ribbon at the Kossuth County Fair lust year, His two entries in the State 4-H Dairy Production Contest produced 664 Ibs. and 488 Ibs. btftterfat respectively. His top heifer has the second highest production record in the Holstein division. Kossuth 4-H dairy members interested in being considered for the outstanding 4-H dairy award for 1959 will want to enter their heifers in the State Dairy Contest, according to Robert C. Johnson, assistant county extension director. Take A Tip Two characteristics of George Washington as they have been passea down through time, telling the truth and his ability to chop down things, have been incorporated in the Washington Birthday specials offered by Algona firms this weekend. .In the following pages, readers will find a host of special merchandise offers, truthfully piosented. and with a chopped-down price tag. The entire paper contains these special offers, retail stores and also a citywide Used Car clearance roundup. Don't miss any of them. Algona Post Office will be closed -all day Monday, Feb. 23, 19§9, because of Washington's birthday, a legal holiday falls on §unday,, the U, S. Government has decreed Monday as the clos- of all government qff ices. The frprn § a.ra. to in . 7 p.m, NQ window service will be given nor will there be gniy city qrt i'uri|j parri^r delivery. There will 'bg, however, a parcel post to the business and res- Gain Ground In Weather Battle Kossuth county residents gained ground in their battle against winter's snow during the week despite an additional two inches that fell in the last seven days. From a trace to as much as an inch of the white stuff was measured by Weatherman Wayne Johnson at the airport here dur* ing each of the last four days Total moisture content was .08 of an inch. Warm readings, registered practically every day during the period, shrunk the snow on the ground considerably. H Feb. 12, Feb. 13. Feb. 14. Feb. 15. Feb. 16. Feb. 17. Feb. 18. Clear skies .38 .33 .33 .30 .30 .20 17 5 6 -3 12 14 -3 accompanied Vz in. Tr. Tr. I in, cold weather into this area Wednesday. License Business Rolling Along Licenses to wed went to the following couples in Kossuth clerk of court Alma Pearson's office during the past two weeks; Feb. 5 — Larry St. John and Louise M. Heinen of Algona, Feb. 9 — Evard Sager and Joyce Dahn, LeSeuer, Minn, Feb. 11 -— Lanny Farmer, Ls» Mars, and Wanda Schrader, Lone Rock; Raymond fjerzog, Ledyard, and Beverly Apka» La- Feb. H — Earl J. CQwin, Albany, N- Y. and Jeane. J, Brandt, Ledyard, Feb. 17 — David Caldwell Pauline Lena, Wichita, Kan. Feb. 18 — Marlyn L- Hippen and Rosalie Spear, Etherington's 2nd Puts Mat Team In Jason Etherington, who grabbed second place in the 127 Ib division, scored all of Algona's points as the Bulldogs wound up tenth in the state class B wrestling tournament' at Cedar Falls Friday and Saturday, with 9 points. New Hampton won the meet in Class B with 53 points. Algona's other entrant, Jim Kain, 145 pounder, dropped a referee's decision to Dean Foss of Waterloo, Orange twp., and was eliminated in the first round Friday. A total of 22 class B scored points in the final standings. Etherington worked his way to the finals by taking a 2-0 decision from Bill Smith, Tama, in the first round and a 5-2 decision from Allen Grimes, West Union, in the semi-finals. Joe Frank of Cresco then ended Etherington's chances of registering a fall over the local boy in 3:41 in the finals. Action in the state tourney ended the season for Algona. Final Blast Of Diesel Swerves Car Info Ditch Death rode within inches 6f a woman driver on highway 44, where the road crosses the Milwaukee railroad track, about 1:30 Tuesday afternoon. The close call also resulted in i mystery, which probably will •emain unsolved. :Nobody knows he name of the woman whose vehicle came close to being smashed by a westbound freight. As it was, she escaped unharmed, and the car was in no way damaged. Engineer Saves Day The Milwaukee engineer noted the car headed riorth as he approached the crossing. The car did not indicate it was slowing <?r going to stop. He whistled vigorously as the train thundered down on the crossing. The woman, looking up startled and realizing the situation swerved hqr car into a snowbank on the east side of the highway, only a few feet from the crossing itself, A gusty:wind with snow was prevailing at the time, probably obscuring ner vision. As the engine thundered by, the engineer, looking back,,, was not certain whether the car and its occupant were unharmed. He thought so, but as the train went through Cylinder he dropped off a note to the agent, telling of the incident. The Cylinder agent called the Whittemore agent, C. B. Bergeson, and reported the facts. Sitting In Snow Bank Bergeson , drove out , to the Crossing and was relieved to find the woman' sitting peacefully; in her car with the motor running, awaiting assistance. He called Elbeit's Garage in Whittemore, who pulled the car out- of" the snow bank. Nobody asked the woman's name. . , In the meantime, the railroad call from Cylinder to Whittemore had also been picked up in Emmetsburg, somehow got to the state police radio, got on the air, and Deputy Sheriff Don Wood and slate patrolmen raced to the scene. They found nothing except the good news that the engineer's extra warning blast had averted a tragedy. Ledyard Benefit For Band Shell Ledyard — The Ledyard Community Club will present the iMason City Barbar Shop Chor- <«^w,o us of 40 men on Tuesday, Febru- tcams ary 24> at 8;15 p m> at the Lfid . yard school. There are four ripens quartets included in this group and the group will present a full evening of entertainment. The purpose is to raise money for a Band Shell. Tickets which are $1.00 each and are being sold by the men of the Community club who are divided into two groups led by Berji- ard Reilly and John Kramers- meier. 2 Get Fractures In Bancroft Falls Bancroft — Geo. Doocy slipped on the ice, Saturday, • when he was leaving for work at Welps Hatchery, fracturing two ribs and cracking two others. He is suffering a lot of pain. Bess Connelly fell Saturday morning while going to the mail bov for her mail. She fractured her right arm. Mayor Court Fine Melvin J. Pop, Nebraska, paid $6 ' and costs in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week for making an illegal U-turn. Edward Detrick, Algona, was fined $25 and costs for intoxication and the fine suspended. Lone Rock Man Faces Charge A Lone Rook man, Herman Geilenfeld, was bound over to the March term of district court on a charge of falsely drawing and uttering a bank check following a preliminary hearing ,in Justice C. H. Ostwinklels court this week. Bond in the matter was set at $300 and was not furnished by the defendant, Geilenfeld, who allegedly passed several wortM., less checks in this area, is now in the county jail. . ' , Francis W- Smith, Algona, was fined $53.22 and costs tor4rUcH overload and Delbert 4 -W. P^r* guson, Bancroft, paid $18,80-and. costs on the same count, ?f 4" Winner of 26 State ' and National Awards 1950 * 1958 AWARD WIN*!* H •\n -51 i > A nV :M "§i

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