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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 3, 1959
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Thursday, Sept. * r RESULTS ! Sei Moinei For Sale _e Pejf Word, Cash in Advance 6c Per Wbfd, Charged 60c Minimum . Copy Deadline Wednesday, 2 p.ttL i- ; <-; • * * * ;. • PHONE CY 4-3535' • .. — WASHED gravel, con^rets J mix;' block sand. Readable price. We Hetuf^Fehr, 3702 West Real Estate \Vaht Ads Reach 5,000 Families Each Week I For All SUes & Weights oi •' ' v fe , 206 West State, Algona ' ' ChiM F&lt Boars and January bttars. Ready for service. Hali brothers to boars that tested good in test station. Peter Erpelding & Sons, 1 mi. W. and % N. at Jet. 18 & 169. 34-35* FOR SALE — SPACIOUS TWO bedroom bungalow, 303 •&. Hale, gas heat, nice kitchen, many closets and built-ins, vacant so buy today and move right in, bargain for someone as owners Says SELL NOW — $13,000. See Joel Mi Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. ' , 34 WSMTiID C ,• M * t • - - <f • •, First CldsV Mechanic ' Motor Tune-Up. General Motbrs Cars ^ t Good Salary or % Basis Hqbicht Garage 104-06 South Missouri Valley, Iowa 33-34-35 $2 _ |4-— $6v>*tlAf'S HOW much "you can save on wonderful, beautiful, -long lasting Challenger white house paint. Now only $3.98 pfetvgallon, tegular $5.98. The more you use the more you save. Stoeber Hardware, Fenton. 34-35-36* ^Ofr SALE" — • PUREBRED • Spotted -Poland China fall boars, new .blood line. Bert S. Geerdes arid Son, 3& S. and 1% E. ot.Lakota. la. l?tfn FOR SALE — SHOW PIGEONS. Ronnie Waldera, 321 N. Harlan St., Algona, la. Phone CY 4-4279 • . 23tfn HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS AT, 1 LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OH CAN'T GET IT, IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. 46tl FOR SALE — WONDERFUL easy-living in 3 bedroom bungalow, 2 .years old, built-in stove tad oven, birch built-ins, fine finished basement, attached garage, new development area, firs $20,000 buys this quality home. See Joel' M; Herbst or Ted S Herbst, . . 34 Farm Equipment FOR SALE, — LARGE TWO , story : homo,. excellent condi* lion, cbnveniently located, contract terms available. Call CY 43661, / . v* . • ,•• - 35*36 POR SAL-E — 4 ROOM MOD- ern house, 'on west State street. Glen Burlingame. CY 4-4G84. i ' ••', - : ' •' 35* FOR SAiLE — 100 ACRES IN 'Kossuth County, near Algona. All tillable. Will sell on cohtract to suitable party. Write Box 400-R, Algona,' Iowa. 35 WANTED Good Lumber, 'To Rebuild One Wall -Of My-Garage. I Should Have Seen Jin) Kolp Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Be- • f t' fore .My Wife Missed The Garage Door With The Car. Where Are The f V *T" . Unemployed Men ? > .}• >.- « - i. •••"» I have a job that pays $7,500 c year and up. I can use men 2( to 60 years 'of .age; See Hotel This week & next, evenings 7: to 9 P.M; :• •.• ': ;'';>? I-. ;•• •; :: -35 'OR SALE — PUREBRED Hampshire; Minnesota No. 2; Wessfix saddlebacks; Yorkshire boars and gilts. Dean Meyer, Tenton, Iowa. Phone 409. 35-52 FOR SAiLE — 40 BIG RUGGED Purebred Spotted Poland. China Boars. NOTICE — I have moved from Gilmore City and I am now located 1 mile east of Manson, la. Clarence Hock, Manson, Iowa. 35-37-39-41-43 FOR SALE — 280 ACRE FAiRM. Full set of buildings. Four miles south of Wendell on blacktop road and seven miles west of Elbow Lake. $100 acre. Terms. Contact Hans Germundson, Elbow Lake. Minn. 35-36* FOR SAILE — SPRING FRIES, '.alive, 3-4,lbs. -75c to 85c. Ello Rahn, 2 mi.'W. Lone Rock. .35" FOR' SALE —.'300 -HY'LI'NE yearling hens.-55e. Vic Strueck- er/.Fenton, Iowa, • R.'l. .Phone 38F; • ' ..-"*•'• j':'r-^-. - •-•••&'35 / FOR SALE 160—Webster & Clarion well drained — Fair buildings — Palo Alto Co. 160—Unimproved, mostly Clarion Palo Alto Co. : 80—Clarion — fair buildings near, Greattinger, la. 80—Clarion — fair buildings — Near Livermore, Iowa. 660—Grain & Livestock farm 450 cropland — 210 pasture. Hancock Co. — Near, Forest City, la. @ $175.00 120—Extra good house in St. Joe. 160—Near West Bend — Very Good _ Webster & Clarion. Jerry M, Lewis — Broker Box 459 — Algona, Iowa 35-36 , USED MACHINERY List TRACTORS 1-iModtel WD Allis-ChalttioM •Model WC Allis-Chalmera 1—Model C AlliS'Chalmefft I—Model F-20 M-DI—Model 30 Cockshutt I—Model.A John Deere I—Ford / PLOWS 1-^.3-14 M-D with slat bottoms 1—3-14 Oliver 1—2-16 Allis-Chalmers — Hyd. 1—3-14 Allis-Chalmers — Mounted 1—3-16 Allis-Chalmers — Mounted' " COMBINES 1—No. 6A Case with spike iooih cylinder, pickup arid straw- spreader , • l-r No. 55 Case Combine with pickup and slrawspteadar 1—No. 60 Massey-Harrls with pickup and slrawspjeader — Very .clean "" 1—No. 62 M-D with pickup and strawspreader I—Model 60 Allis-Chalmers with pickup and strawspreader CORN PICKERS 2—No. 6A New Idek two row 1—iwo row Midi Allis-Chalmers l_-iwo row Oliver 1—two row MH. International 1—two- row Case Snapper 1—one row M-D < ELEVATORS 1—42 fl. John Deere - 1—40 ft. John' Deere \ 1—40 ft. Kelly Ryan — wide type 1—40 ft. New Idea two wheel 1—40 ft. Kooiker Grain Auger with' motor • LINDE IMPLEMENT CO.. SWEA CITY, IOWA DIAL BRown 2-4601 35 Thomas Carmody • Dies, Funeral At Whittemore pent the weekend with his ninth r, Mrs Regina Poppe. Earl Moore of' Emmotsburrt pent the weekend fit the homo t his sister, Mrs Eunice Dyer. Chester Schoby of Alnn ipoko Sunday ttt the morning worship services in the Method st church. 15. Shooting timr-, including the first dny extends from sunri_f» io sunset. Thf In : and po^se-won limit is five bird,, but no mort- than two C<in,t'l,i geMf or il* sppcifjH or two whiteflooted se or one of f-aoh kind nifty >e xiswd to fill the teg- Tho jncksnipe aonson is 30 days Ong, from October 7 to November 5, sunrise to sunset The bag nd possession limit is eight irda. - ORTON FRUIT FARlsl; Because of i popu% ! &er%n:d, are picking our per bu- In bu.-;< %.'>b Bring own containers. bltwlots. 35 FOR SALE — APPLES. PHONE W.alnut 5-4171, Lone Rock. Louie- ' 35-36* ! A T T E N T I ON j BULK PLANT } FOR LEASE In the Algona Area on a commission or /distributor basis. '. •' *'•),, * ' Write P. O.Box-104 Spencer, Iowa : ' • , Tfn FURNITURE BUYER'S! NEW shipment of Rockers and Living Room furniture just received. Quality merchandise at Sensible Prices — Peterson , Furniture^, Fefiton, Iowa. 35-36 FOR SAtLE -i- IMPROVED 154 w acre farm .well' tiled,, full set good .buildings in Kossuth County, -Prairie township. Clarion and '"Webster loam, lays level to gently rolling. Possession. March 1, i960. Contact Leo J. Immerfall, Algona, Iowa. 35-36 . FARM FOR SALE Beautiful Wisconsin dairy farm, near Wausau, by owner. Write for picture and details. Terms " Hannemann, 35-36 available. A. C. ladysmith, Wis. Wanted SERVICES Gel Your, Smoking Supplies • at the NEW SMOKE SHOP KEYS MADE ' WANTED —: ROUTE MAN AT once, experience desirable but not required/ Algona Laundry and./. Diy Cleaners, across the street east of'the court house. ' WANTED TO RENT— EXPER- ienced young farmer would like to improve farming operation' by renting larger farm. Want 200 or more acres,, Four row equipment, , Grain share preferred. Wm. D. Henderson, Rol-fe; Iowa. . 34-35 WANTED — BUYERS FOR TWO ' of the -nicest old used typewriters on the market; one upright, one portable, both priced to sell now. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, 30tfn BJUSTROM'S 'M FURNITURE 'A ..Head quarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS for evening appointments CV 4-460, WANTED — and calves. 4-2421. FEEDER PIG Joe Bradley, C 29t WANTED TO RENT — 240 TC 400 acre stock and grain farrr equipped for feeding pattle anc hogs. Have ample machinei'j and stock feeding financing. Hav lifetime "fanning and livestoc handling and feeding experience 'References exchanged.' All replies will be treated as confident tial. Write Box 69D % 'Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, la. 35-36 'OR SALE — 3 BEDROOM .home, l l h miles southwest of dgona. Leon (Champ) Martin. u 1 tl 11 'OR SALE — 160 ACRES FARM '.'Kossuth County,, Cresco Twp. $300.00 an acre, $8,000.00 down. Balance at time of possession March 1st. Also 200 acre farm Kossuth County, Riverdale'Twp- >400.00 an acre, $10,000.00 down, Balance at time of possession, March 1st. Mrs Sylvia O'Brien. Bode; Harry Thilges, Irvirigton. 35-36 USED MACHINERY 1—1950 J-Deere "A" Tractor w/ Power troll, - Good 1050.00 1—1948 , J-D. "A" Tractor v.. Powertroll, overhauled and Painted, Good.Tires _:. 975.00 1—No. 10 J.D. Chopper Demonstrator 795.00 1—J.'D. 38 ft., 4 Wheel Portable Elevator __' 145..00 1—J.D. 4B 2-16 Tractor Plow 50.00 1—Case Tractor Plow, 2-16 On Rubber 75.00 Chief Bottoms, on Rubber Ground Lift, Good __ 245.00 1—I.H.C. Tractor Plow w/3-16 Chief Bottoms, Steel Wheel Ground Lift 125.0( 1—New Idea 1951 6A Picker" '"'Rear'"Elevator, Overhauled, 8t Very Good _, 785.0 1—New Idea 1951 6A Picker, Read Elevator, &. Rubber H Rolls .-- v. 685,0 1—New Idea No. 21 Mounted Row Picker With Mountings Picked -2 Years 1200.0 2—Used 4 Wheel Portable Eleva tors, 40 & 42 ft. I—Drive On Wagon Hoist - Mechanical — -, 95..Q New Cornstalk Cutters ; for Rent. 1.50 Per Acre. Behlen, Sioux Si Speedy Corn Cribs On Hand. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. Fenton, Iowa (35) Funeral services for Thomas Carmody, !)4, long time resident of WhlUernoro, were held Monday morning in St. Michael's Catholic church there. Rev. Philip Dniley officiated and burial was in St. Michael's cemetery Hyink. Funeral Home Was in c-hrti*ge of arrangements. Mr Carmody died Thursday in St. Ann hospital here after i long illness. Me was born May 21, 1865 a Ottumwa, the son of Thomas nnc Ellen Boland Cnrmody. He began work as a railroad watenboy" a' the age of 12 nnd at 14, was work ing as a mule team driver. Hi Canie to Palo Alto county with hi parents and on May 17, 1893, wn married to Susie• Neu at Caledonia, Minn. The couple lived at Whitttv more and Mr Cnrmody was cashier of the former Whittemore State Bank and was an oPfrecr and director of the bank for 31 years. He served on the town council for 10 years and in 1024 vas elected mayor, a position ho Held 12 years. He was Whilte- •nore postmaster from 1916 until 920 and from 1934 until re lire- mtnt in 1946, was assistant postmaster. He was a former secre- ary of the Co-Operative Elevator and the creamery. Surviving are his wife, a dau- jhler, Mrs Harry (Genevieve) rlargreaves, Algona, and a son eorge, Clinton. A son, Edmund died in 1944 and a daughter in infancy. There are six grand children and nine great-grand children. Pallbearers were James Butler Edmund O'Brien, George Geng ler, Martin Duffy, Frank Eliber and George J. Elbert. I Duck, Geese Seasons, Bag Limits Set U The State Conservation Con mission Tuesday established season lengths, bng and sion limits for ducks and gees According In surveys made 1 the Fish and Wildlife Scrvu the drought condition in tho northern United States and central Canada has greatly reduced the nesting populations of ducks and geese and thereby the num- ers available to hunters this ear. The duck and cool season will e 50 days, from October 20 until December 8, both days inclusive. Shooting will begin at noon Ihe irsl day, and from then on, ifrom unrise to sunset. The bag limit s three and the possession limit s six birds -of ouch kind, 'a possible daily bng being three ducks md three eool. A further stipu- ation is that only one canvasback, or one redhead or one rud dy duck, plus one wood duck and one hooded merganser may be Laken- for the daily bag. Geese may be taken for 70 days, from October 7 until Dec 45 New Vehicles Sold In County Past Two Weeks New car and truck sales xoom- •d in Kossuth county during the, )ftst two weeks, wilh no less than 45 vehicles registered at the county treasurer^ office. Owners ind make, of vohiolo arc: Ford — Milford Plathe. Irvington, truck; Fleming lldwc., Whit- lemorr, pickup; Unlph Morgan, Algona; Laurence Knoll, Algona; K. E. Ai'lu-'rmnn, Burl; C t). Albright, Algnna, Robert Johnson, Wesley; John Sleenhnrd, Swea City; Walter Vaudt. Wiiittemorr; Mc'lVin Kubly, LuVcrnr; Glenn Malms, Lakotsi; Kdward Andor;un, Swea City; I,Miirt>n Thompson, Lnkotn; and Ilanst-n, '\lgona. Chev*olet — Dennis Droesman, nan, Titonka; Tiennn Bros., Burl: Laurrnco Bi-rgman, Bancroft; Dean Wclupnann, Whilt'. 1 re; C. W. McGinn;, I'.ancroi'l, iene Hutchins, Algona; D.inald Tapper, Buffalo Ct.-nti'i: l..oui.- BiM-ninfiliuus, Lone Hock; Arlecu Ludwig, Algona; Thomiis and Holiert Thompson, Lukota, trui-k; John Ilaack, Fenton; Agnes Olson. Bancrol't; Clyde Sholtonkirk. Swi>a City; -Howard Khnksiok. Lakota, Frank Smousc; .Swtv. City; I'lHur .Irnscn, Fcnlon; Roman Rieki', Banciofl; It h. .Johnson, Si'Xlon; Merle Lock wood, Swea City; and James Hill, Titonka. Pontiac — H. F. Kramer, Lone Rock; Central State;; Hotel Corp., Algona; and Ernie Williams P-C gie "Peterson, Algona; _. Anderson» Swea* Clqr; Snd aid Putjwluek, AHfo*-*' 1 - ^ u Mercury — Ilermdtt lllg, Bpaj, Buick -*• Atvift .BffUrof:"" Burt; and Rev, Louis Pfeul;, ' . Rambler — Walters Coristr_&* lion, Algcma; attd Edward Braftft, Fenton, One of the greatest on bees was Francois Huis«f r * Swiss n«turaliftt, bofn ift 1780, He wns the first to discover how Bees rnat^d. the qu^en b?cs were i*aiS>* e«l and how bf es lived their lives* He was totally blind. Condensed milk was lirst prod- urrd (by Gnil Borden) in ,1851, but a pntt-nt was hot issued for the process until 1856. t>r&d milk»was patented In.. 1872* malt* cd milk was invented in 1883, and pasteurized milk made its commercial appearance jn 1895. "T USED APPLIANCES AT < • -•.. BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK! Regular $109.95 42" YOUNGSTOWN SINK - No. S-42 HBL $79.95 THERE'S A REASON WHY MORE and MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING flisoner Frigidairo 1 Ton Air Condi- Honor $299.95 USED ELECTRIC MOTORS We have them, all sizes Vi H.P., 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. all work OK. NuTone Kitchen Exhaust Fan — $24.95 FOR SALE — EIGHTY ACR.E pasture ne,ar Hutchins, Iowa, in whole or part. Arella MoMillin. Winnebago, Minnesota. 35* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank relatives and friends for the flowers, Mem- orias, cards, food and help during our recent bereavement. The Clara Olson Family. 35" CARD OF THANKS To those who expressed theji sympathy in so many beautifu and practical ways during GUI recent bereavement, we extend our -heartfelt thanks. -Mrs Tho mas Carmody and family, 35 V store — CY 4-3837 -• 'R. 0. BjuStrom — CY 4-3690 -Frank Moulton^CY 4-4609 : J. D. Burns — - CY 4;?019- i Jackie Kelley >- -CY 4-378<T Established 1925 Easy Terms WANTED — DAY COOK AT Chrome Cafe. Call CY 4-9100 or Lewis Marshal, CY 4 : 3202, Notice Three Injured In Area Wrecks Two minor mishaps resulted in injuries for three youths this week. George Cunningham, .16, Burt, suffered bruises ajid scratches when tHe' auto he was driving! skidded on a gravel road five miles north of Sexton and crashed Thursday. He was attempting to miss a large dog which ran out on the road when he los't control. There was no estimate of damages. ''"(Hiry Pearson, 19, Wesley, was charged,with failing to have his vehicle under control as the result of a crash Monday night east of Sexton. His auto crashed into a signal post near the Milwaukee tracks on highway >, resulting in an estimated $800 damage. Pearson suffered a leg cut and Richard Simpson, 20, Wesley, a passenger in the auto, suffered a head cut. Ranges Westinghouse Electric __ $49.95 Monarch Loe Range $59.95 Magic Chef Comb. Gas Rango ._ $69.95 Assortment Of Natural & Bottle Gas Ranges — Your Choice $25.00 Gas Space Hooter, Vented Typfl ..__; $24.95 IN FENTON Quality Furniture With Realistic Prices COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF -V SETS LOANER; TIRES We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Twea , Se^ .UfFpr All Your Tire Needs Low Prices Easy Term* BRADLEY BROS. ' ZENITH 8adlo & TejevJilon Service Phonograph WANTED — LADY A FEW convenient hours a day o? light housewoi'k and waiting on two elderly ladies. Ph, CY 4-4003, 35* CARD OF THANKS Thanks to my relatives, friend and neighbors for the cards, gifts and visits during my stay at the hospital and since returning home. Nlay God bless you all. Mrs Nick Fisch. 35* ~~. CARD OF THANKS May I express my grateful-.appreciation to those who so hought-fully remembered me during my stay at the hospital. Your many, friendly remembrances meant much to me. Mrs Freda Steussy.' 35 HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE /[fs Lamprighi will conduct. a leasehold goods sale for L. S. Pearson at the farm home locaied 2% miles east of LuVerne on Black top l'/2 mile soulh, (2nd road) Saturday, September 5in starling at 10 a.m; continuing all day: The following articles will be for sale: Frigidaire refrigerator wilh full length freezing unit, chrome table and six chairs, utility table, step stools, utility cabinets, some one and some two door; round oak dining table, buffet and chairs to match, several wool rugs 9 x 12, chests of drawer, dressers, several double beds complete, hall tree with mirror:, Eludio couch, rockers, portable sewing mach., drop leaf wal. tbl., walnut secretary, 3 walnut chairs, library table, pedistal, Eleclrolux sweeper, lawn chairs, Maytag washer, rinse tubs, circulating coal Water, lard press, garden hose, stone jars, bedding, linens, dishes, kitchenware, miscellaneous items. Complete volume en cyclopedia. NO INSPECTION OR ANY ARTICLES SOLD BEFORE THE DATE OF SALE. 35* For Resit FOR RENT —HOUSE. MOP- ern except furnace. Gas piped in house. Inquire at 2 E. College, • 3 State .-Phone CY-4-4651 Miscellaneous Farm Appraisals — Farm Sales NELS J. ANDERSON 'Field Representative ....FARAIERS.NATIONAL CO. ' Phone CY 4-2708 CARD OF THANKS \Ve would like to thank, oui neighbors and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy at the time of the death of. our husband and father, Leo C. Miller Mrs Leo C. Miller and iam- ily. . 35* SMALL PARTS CABINETS for home or office, "Upper Des Moines Pub. 'Co., Algona. Mayor's Court Wade Black, Algona, was sentenced to 10 clays in jail on a charge of assault and battery this week in Dr. C. C. Shierk's mayor's court. Other cases were Gerald A. Etherington, Algona, illegal muffler, $5 an'd costs, Gerald E. Pratt, Algona, loud mufflers, $5 and costs, Francis Fandel, Whitlemore, illegal turn, $5 and costs (fine suspended), Robert Von Bank, Algona, failure to yield right of way, $5 and costs, Glen Soltwis'ch, Algona. speeding, $5 and costs, Delight G.allinghorst, Lake, Park, driving through stop light, $5 and costs, (fine suspended). LEDYARD NEWS On Friday evening a group oJ relatives gathered at the homo of Mr and Mrs N. A. Pingel to help Mr Pingel celebrate his 81 si birthday. On Sunday their son and. family, the Laurence Pin'gels of Algona, came to help him celebrate. Patrick Sullivan went to Titonka Monday where he will teach English and''speech at the Titonka school. Mrs Ann Busch left for Webb where she will teach second grade this year, i Dennis Poppe of Fairmont JOHN WORRELL & CO. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CHOICE FAT STEERS GERALD FRANKL CATTLE BUYER CALL ALGONA, CYpress 4-2061 OR, ESTHERVILLE, EMerson 2-2344 When Ready To Sell - Call Worrell! Terrific Trade In Price Being Given On All New Westinghouse T.V.'s Being Bought Herel 2 Used 17" Console T.V.'s JSED RECORD PLAYER $14.95 Symphonic Record Player' — Reg. $39.95 NOW __ $T9.9S Refrigerators Frigidoire 8 cu. ft., sealed unit $50 Westinghouse 12 Cu. Ft. $74.95 Freezers - Norge 19 cu. ft. Reg. $449.95 - NOW — $319.93 (2 EOW) SPECIAL CLOSEOUT AT OUR COST!! $315.00 $235.00 1-Brond new 1959 20 ft. Upright ADMIRAL Freeze*, Reg. price $499.95 SALE PRICi 1-Brand new GIBSON Double-door 14-ft. Refrigerator wHh automatic defrost, Reg. Price $369,95, . SALE PRICE w&wa&w^ Washers & Dryers Round Tub Maytag Washer _____ __ _____ ______ $54.95 Frigidaire, rebuilt, all ' porcetoi'U . washer, one year guaranty - $99.95'- '. ' •:•-..;•-.'•*../ Maytag Automatic _• --- Jj74Jj?5 2 - Conventional Washe«P ^ Your Choice -- $15.00 Each Hotpoint 48" Dishwasher ,wjth Stainless Steel Top and Sink ___ _____ _________ $124.95 Hotpoint Garbage Disposal Re,g. $124.95 __________ $39:95 Vacuum Cleaners I - Electrolux Tank Type $34.93 1 - Apex Tank Type Vacuum Cleaner __________ $24.95 1- -Lewyt Canister Type -.-$19.95 Water Heaters Use?! Electric Water Heater. A Complete Line Of Small Ap» pliances. Including Mixers, Tow*- 'Hbt Pl^es, etc. Just As£ ^ We Caa Save You * $ I. BEECHER Algona *i »*'• :« 4

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