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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1945
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PAYED 1ST PALO iwo-Kossirra |A1S»A¥ 'r, The first games of Palo Alto and 'Jfossuth League baseball were ' jplayed last Sunday. The four ; games scheduled for the previous Wreck, as the season openers, were Gained out. In the Lotts Creek at Whitte- inore .game Whlttemore scored 6 Jruns, 11 hits, 1 error; Lotts Creek $ runs, 4 hits, 4 errors. Whitte- Jnore battery: Lane and Saltz; Lbtts Creek, Kuecker and Ruhnke. Ruthven at Mallard played 10 innings with 2 runs and 6 hits for .Ru'thven and 3 runs and 7 hits lor Mallard. Ruthven battery in- !cluded Pritchard and Nelson and jSulten and Frederick, for Mallard •••Gibson and K'anzo. ! Emmetsburg • played at Lone vEock. This proved a rather one- ifeided game with Lone Rock taking , ; ,10 runs,-' 15 hits and 3 errors to Emmetsbw'g's 3' runs, 7 hits and 4 '.errors. Batteries for Lone Rock •Kurre, Geilenfeld, Hutchison and Batt. For Emmetsburg Bell, Mul- 'iins, Anderson and Banwart. At Graettinger the Algona K. C. team walked away with a one, Sided score, 13 runs, 7 hits while Graettinger managed only 1 run and three 'hits. Richter ad Bradley officiated as battery for the K. C. boys while Strain, Knutse, Stocky and Jones took care of the battery proposition for Graettinger. Soroptimists Elect Officers Wednesday The Soroptimist Club met for fi regular luncheon and business meeting Wednesday noon at the Hotel Algona. Officers for the coming year which begins July 1 were elected as fallows: June Corey, president; Rose Scanlan, vice president; Clara Shilts, recording secretary; Edith Welter, corresponding secretary; Delia Welter, treasurer; Antoinette Bonnstetter, director; Nita Isaar- son, delegate. Clara Craft holds over as a director for another year and Mildred Johnson for another year as a delegate. The club held a picnic and fishing trip at the Plum Creek dam last Thursday evening. Delia Welter and Frances Grantham were the committee in charge. With the addition of six new clhbs in recent weeks, Soroptimist clubs in the United States now total 206. Since the liberation of European countries, many of the Soroptimist clubs have been revived over there. It is interesting to note that the two English women delegates, members of parliament, who were Bent to the San Francisco conference, were members of Soropti- mist clubs. Opening Country Club Party Sunday The annual directors' party will officially open the season at the Algona Cuntry Club next Sunday, May 27. A chicken dinner will be served promptly at 7 p. m., followed by entertainment and dancing. Make reservations with Mrs. Morton, phone 66, by Friday night at 7 o'clock. The party is for members only. Dr. Karl Hoffman is the president of the club this year. Saturday Is '. Poppy Day Saturday, May 26th, Americans all through the nation will pay tribute to their countrymen who have died m two great World Wars by wearing a red poppy. The women of the American Legion Auxiliary will be on Algona streets with baskets of pop- uies for sale. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew «nd Mrs. Henry Becker, poppy chairmen, have organized this corps of voluntary workers. Disabled war veteran s from both World Wars made these poppies at the Des Moines Veterans hospital. Mrs. J. D. Burns, treasurer of Hagg Unit of the American,Legion Auxiliary explained .that the sale is carried out entirely £y;.volunteers, so that every .penny that is received -goes directly,;'.to -the relief of disabled veteran's ami the families of the dead arid 'disabled. When yau wear: a poppy,' you show the world that' you : are' saluting the war's dead. and,;dOirig your bit for the war's living victims. . " ; •,' Remember to buy one this Saturday, May 26th. Further Word of John Lee Stephens Death In Germany Mrs. John Lee Stephens, the former Betty Goering, has received further information as to how her husband met his death dn. Germany. A letter from his chaplain dated April 21, 1945, reads as follows: "My dear Mrs. Stephens: With the sincerest regrets I write you of the death of your husband, Private First Class John L. Stephens, 37670458, who was killed in action on the 19th day of April, 1945, in the vicinity of Kanuthain, Germany. The burial was officiated by a Protestant chaplain. While giving first aid to the wounded on the field of battle, your husband was shot and instantly killed. Even though our loss is small compared to yours, we have lost an excellent soldier of our regiment. His heroic sacrifice will always be a cherished and revered memory in the hearts of his buddies. May God be with you and comfort you in this, your hour of greatest sorrow. Sincerely, Joseph P. Mahoney, Captain, 9th Infan- itry, Chaplain." Beside his wife John Lee is survived by a small daughter and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stephens. Surprise Party For Lone Rock Birthday Mrs. W. C. Heiter, of Lone Rock, had a surprise party in honor of her husband, W. C. Heiter , on Sunday afternoon, May 20. Lunch was served at 5 o'clock to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Heiter of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Householder, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott, Mr. and Mrs. Lem Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mr. arid Mrs. Jack Quinn and Mrs. William Shroder. time with hef-sonS and th^ir fam* illea following: the passing of he* Husband, BUt ttie; longing to be with her old'friends and heigh-' bors attd toeing the last living mber 6* her parents' family, Slfked to cling to her old pio* neer memories. So she decided to return to Algona, a town she had seen grow from a small collection of houses, including H. F. Wat- sori's general store, with cow paths for sidewalks, to a nice town of 5,000 inhabitants to which she always felt she owed her allegiance. She took rooms at the Walter Gorman home where she stayed until last December. Shortly before Christmas she went to live with .her son, Sam, and family at Ames. Her advanced years were creeping upon her and her son wanted her near him. Enjoyed Club Work She was a highly respected personage and was of a quiet and unassuming nature. Her delight was club work and anything of an educational nature. She was an ardent and active member as long as Wer health permitted. She donated money to purchase some material for history books for the Union M. and D. Club, to keep the records ever since its organization in 1906. This history has been tabulated as far back as possible and is brought up to date under the club historian. It is a fitting memorial for the deceased and a page has been devoted in the form o£ a tribute in her honor. Besides her devote* club friends and neighbors she leaves to mourn jftjn trtcter. MftinSs oMld George, IMlt WivM . alstJ fouf gfandcMdrfS, Aim .who is A flu&e wl%thir?W arftiy in Germany, and f*aftjl a sophomore in Ames filimaeho (children of Samtiel McNuft)»-l,i Charles McNtrtt, in tee;--' sigftal corps 'at Camp JLee, V«.;:aftd Roger Who Is A .this year's graduate of the Seattle, Wash., high school and •who has passed his army air ,6adet training examination and will eft* ter 'the service this July (children of Geo. McNutt). Died From Fall Mrs. S. F. Holoday, of Webster City accompanied the McNutts to Algona Tuesday • morning when they brought 'Mrs. McNutt's remains to Algona. Casket bearers were Frank Hbfius, Frank Crulck- shank, Joe Ricker, Art Cruiek- shiank, Floyd Gardner and Glenn Jenkinson. • ... . Mrs. McNutt's death resulted from a fall. She broke her hip and never xvas able to recover f 6ft ottTliDi Work plidne ' 2160, . " 21* FOR RENT: 60 A. Pasture Shade •and water.' Kyle Keith, BUM; •.:'-'.-• •.,, •' - 21 The Rev. John P. Clyde, - of Fayette, has definitely accepted the pastorate of the Congregational church, and he and his wife will spend the week end here preaching and making arrange* ments for the pastor's residence. They will nat, however, move here until the latter part of the summer. Rev. Clyde has ,been supplying as pastor several weeks. 'HC&QCiRAPk RECORDS--.All tfie new releases. Needles, al« bumi.—Kossuth Radio & Electrto, '-..- 1-U SAND YOUR OWN FLOORS, make them like new. Rent our Handy Electric Floor Sanders. $2.00 morning, $2.50 afternoon or $3.00 all day. Sand as much as you can cover in that time. Takes off old paint and varnish. Call or write for a rental date. Stoeber Hdwe., Fenton. 21* F YOU NEED rubber Stamps ioi any*purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines, Oc and up. 13-tf Classified Ads CLASSD7IED RATES Minimum charge 35c for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when charged, 4c per word. No ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients. 4c and send cash with order they receive Ic commission. Blind ads 25c. SEE ME FOR s Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-H 'LOOK SANDING and Reflnlsh- ing. He^yy 'commercial equipment. Portable ''power plant. :owah Bldg. Supply Co., phone 75, Algona. .;' 17-3-8tf For Sale FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Dei Leaneagh, Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. 44tf FOR SALE: Pure bred Hampshire boars. Walter Ruger, LuVerno. 18-19-20-21 FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating serv" ice. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Heavy steel ink drums, 15 gal. size. $1.00 each. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 18tf FOR SALE: SM-xll Yellow Railroad Manilla second sheets, 500 sheets, 85c. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 18 tf FOR SALE: Various kernel sizes in Pioneer, Nos. 322, 341, 358-A, 330. Call 626-J or 95. C. L. Bailey. . 21-22 FOR SALE: A few cabinets of Hamilton bond stationery. 250 sheets, 250 envelopes, $3.25. The W&3Xy®Q®^^ Smart Cool Summer Dresses »•—^^BH^^ ~~^eaft -*—-.-& Big Stocks, Exclusive Styles, Reasonable Prices We think you will be amazed when you see the large, well assorted stock of dresses you will find at this store. Customers tell us that they haven't seen so many dresses in years. There are all kinds too—the inexpensive rayons and Bembergs to sell for $6.50 and $6.95—in sizes from 12 to 20 and also half sizes from 16 J / 2 to 24^. Neat, well tailored sport dresses in dark and light summer pastels, new, different-looking and reasonable in price. In the more exclusive frocks, you'll find sheers and meshes and butcher linens and other items which are hard to find nowdays. Here, too, you'll find full size and price ranges to suit your taste and purse. Come up this week and make your season's selections. WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF FINE WEDDING DRESSES AND VEILS. $60 r 19« Algona Upper Des Moines. 18tf ALL i; DISPLAY advertising copy must be in, the hands of our >rinters by Wednesday noon to nsure publication in the paper the .following Thursday. The Al- FOR SALE: White Rock and White Leghorn baby chicks. Complete line Nutrena chick and Doultry feeds. Sani-floor chick itter. Wellendorf Hatchery, west of fairgrounds. 21 FOR SALE: Modern insulated home, hardwood floors and garage. Kern Ellerick, Whitte-more. 20-21 FOR SALE: Riding boots, size 7; men's shoe skates, size 7; ladies' shoe skates, size 5. Kern Ellerick, Whittemore. 20-21 FOR SALE: Registered Milking Shorthorn bulls. Serviceable age. Robert Ringsdorf, Woden. 20-22* FOR SALE: 1928 International truck with 8x10x4 grain box and four good tires. Louis Schepp- mann, Irvington. Algona phone • 20-21* FOR SALE: 8x14 folding side truck box; 32-ft. all steel elevator; John Deere GP tractor anc plow; 10-20 McCormick-Deering tractor and plow. Harley E. Hanson, 4 miles south Sexton and 1 west. ' 20-21* FOR SALE: Letz roughage grinder. A. J. Meyer, Fenton, Phone 2810, Lone Rock. 20-21* FOR SALE: Richland and Manchu soy beans. Germinate 90 or better. Price $2.65. Phone in advance, 2558, LuVerne. Alvin L. Weber. 20-22* FOR SALE: Habaro soybeans Test 95%. $3.25 bu. Middle Hill Farm, J. I. Peer, mgr. Phone 8-F22, Algona. 20-21* FOR SALE: International Tractor cultivator. Fit H. or M. Practically new. John Gisch, Algona. 21* WANTED: Cafe help. Transportation furnished from and to work. Chrome Cafe. 21* FOR SALE: Richland soybeans phone 7-F12, Algona. 21* FOR SALE: 4 white faced calves 3% miles west, 4 miles south % mile west of Algona. Henry Wichtendahl, West Bend. 21* FOR SALE: Some good Guernsey bull calves. H, Bruce Loewenstein, LuVerne. 21' FOR SALE: Frl. 120 A. on pavement near Algona. No buildings, lays nice. All tillable. Bes soil. 1944 income $1,950.00. Low taxes. 1945 lease .assigned with immediate sale. Paul M. Seeley Hutchison Bldg., Algona. 21 FOR SALE: Bicycle, good as new Phone 19-F2, Algona. 21 fttft$%$$^^ FOR SALE: Modern home, six rooms and bath, all insulated and stripped, entirely redecorated paved, et 505 So. Dodge. $6,000 See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estat and Insurance. 21 FOR SALE: Gray kitchen range Jake Schubert, phone 2285 Wesley, 21*2 FOR SALE: One small hog house C. E. Detrkk, Algona. 21 FOR SALE: 2-14 John Peer tractor plow or will trade fo an 18 inch single tractor plow Bernold Opheim. phone 255^ Bode. r 21 Miscellaneous MACHINE Rolls for sale at'the Algoha Upper Des Moines ifiice, Regular size, 15c each, '2 or'25c. Large size, 20c each, 2 or 35c^ 34-U N]LA1D LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan 1 Building Supply Co.; phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf Exchange Dept Basement * Good Used Furniture Jining room—Living room suites Breakfast seta, Buffets, Radios and Washers. BJUSTROM'8 FURNITURE iELL your late model car to us for the highest price. Free in- ormation on -ceilings. Hoenk Moor Service, West of Court House. 36tf yieldef. but 'a turity than the 43itf. - $4.00 to" $6.80 per toll, ',- "•'^'M:.V'- : '." '• .'-'"".'Mi A, SffifHeH 2 miles north ttt JSodel*;: ' I8tf Baby Order Today While Still Available, :,' Kossuth 'County jHatcherJ' • Algona, Iowa .",; >.. > '' Phone 800 :V-20«21 JUST RECEIVED: 1" mesh chidK- ,.:• en hettlng In heights of=18" ( 24" and 30". Raesly, Jtumber 'Co., Phone 234,, Algona.' V;>-' ty^ 1 SUDSBERRVS CHOICE, can Saddle Stallion ' at. .Sftfd. Dark 'chestnut color. Standing «t farm 1 mile east and % mile seuth of Algona.' inquire or write for particulars. Colts to show. Also two registered yearling :.'• saddle fillies for sale. C. R. Hutchins. . 20-22* .tafiksj, is-ttiga a^ eeoxle tijgi; used sm MS i 'tissfi' Meo*; * it. binder, food fat WindM^er} 4 , tfactoi 1 hitches, • fof Swh planters. • »* C. BAtlBft KMft dO. , IdWA fhdftMSIl -' ••• 21-22 f THatiks Mrs. John JLeeStepheris atid Mr. and Mi's. L. E: Stephens. vMsh to thank their friends for, the many cards, flowWs, prayers and expressions oi sym'pafchy after receiving word of the supreme •sacrifice of Pfc. John tee Stephen. ' ',. • "•'':. '''' :21* WE WILL TEACH part time—' full time, pleasant,. Interesting, steady employment. .Come in for interview. Algona .Laundry & Dry Cleaners, across street east of court house. , 20-22 Authorized Maytag and Frlgtdaire Dealer Two good used cream separators and 1 Briggs & StrattOn and 1 Maytag motor. ' ~ /.'. Two new electric brooders, thermostat controlled, 250 capacity, $8. Prime electric fencers and battery fencers. Vt, 1-3 and % h. p. electric motors. 'Flash light storage batteries that can be charged, also dry batteries. New wringer rolls for all makes of washing machines. We repair appliances of altekinds. ALGONA MAYTAG STORE Phone'399 Glenn Crilly iFARM ^REDUCTION SALE 2 Hargrove 60-bu. self-feeders with steel doors, special $58.50; 3 Victory 35 bu. self-feeders, special, Card o To our many friends and neigh* bors our most sincere thanks for the many beautiful floral offerings and kind expressions of sympathy extended to .us in .theiu' cards, their visits,'and many 1 helpful deeds of kindness which were a great comfort .to us during the short illness'arid death of "Our Dear Frances." Paul A. Willey, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorensen. 21* Insulate Now! For A Johns Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative 44tf W, S» QUAttTON ;;,v '"•'•• ': ''ATbRN*l . e In SiftWye? .Building pfflc* Phbne-ySr ; V^ PtfBhe 213 A^iia, Gtaylor'd D, ShuMway Ed W.D. Kelly f HaroldT. Prlstedt -', •; SHtfMWAY, KELLY & PRISTBiDT; 1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW ! Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone 6»: ALQONA, FOB SALE: Tomato plants grown from certified seeds. Varieties are Rutgers, Marglofees, Scarlet Slicers and Redhea4s, Schimmel Gardens, 4 blocks west of Kossuth hospital. Phone 119-LJ. 21 FOR SALE: SmsU Ujree quarter size Wurlitzer piano. 'Excellent condition. Fully guaranteed. Priced right to sell. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa. FOR SALE: Just received six Mc- Conaick-Deering fertOizer atr tachments for horse drawn and tractor planters, four SfcCor- lor m A'P MANAGERS' WEEK I. HMW C OMEI SEE OUR BIG SELECTION OF OUTSTANDING VALUE; aft* -fc —"K — •+{ — -K —Dig out your ration books and run to your A&P Store. . . BIG GALA FOOD CELEBRATION now in progress. Save money on everything, and use expiring- Red Stamps Y5, Z5 and A2 thru D2; Blue Stamps H2 thru M2, and Sugar* Stamp No. 35. ... (oil these stamps expire June 2nd). Don't delay! Come early while selections are large. Sunnyfield Enriched, Dependable, Guaranteed Fresh Baked Goods Jane'1 Parker ^Completely Iced '. .Cocoanut Marshniallow LAYER CAKE 3z;J)z. size Jane Parker Butterscotch JraCAN ROLLS i4 7 6z. pkg. of 8 . Marvel Enriched Dinner ROLLS "f- dozen pkg 1C Jane Parker Devils Food Cocoanut LAYER CAKE 32 oz. size 576 i ... * 35c 56c FLOUR 25 Ib. Sack 1.03 50 Ib. Sack -Enriched'•'Flour •'"••'• A BE Occident, 50 Ib. bag »i«KJ J '. ". ' ,' -" . .('.,'.'5'.Penick's Golden *MI« SYRUP, 52 oz. jug.;.. OyC Delicious Breakfast I AM Hersheys Cocoa % Ib IUG A&P Fancy Fruit Cocktail (80 pts. each) No. 2% can Early June Alaska Peas— Miss Wisconsin IA _ (30 pts. et.) No. 2 can • *w Larsen's Mixed Vegetables VEGTALL (no pts.) •No. 2 can Cudahy Tang (6 pts et.) 12 oz can 33c Pekoe and Orange Pekoe OUR OWN TEA 1 Ib. pkg. Ann Page .Macaroni or SPAGHETTI 3 Ib. pkg. Sultana"Vitatoin Bl PEANUT BUTTER 1 Ib. jar • Fortiflejl Evap. Mi]k WHITE HOUSE (1% pt9- ea.) 4 tall cans.... Fresh From Nearby Farms IOWA EGGS, dozen ........... Mr. Farmer: Bring us your Eggs-- We pay highest prices. ' Fresh .Colored Chees CHEDDAR ;Ki < (12 -pts. Ib.) per -Jbi- HEINZ GRAPE JELLY oz. glass ........... . Do You Need These! 'i . . PIK-MK Shoe String POTATOES, I f A 3% oz.' carton I •* HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup 1 Ib can .../.......... McCORMICK'S Ground Black Pepper' 4 oz. pkg. ..........; ;....;. BALL MASON Zlno Jar Caps, dozen ........ •Real G«ld Pure LEMON JUICE 5% oz. can .....V. SULTANA Red Kidney Beans, "" 17% oz. can ...,...,=..... NORTHERN Paper : Towels, 2 rolls .... ...... CUT RTTE WAX ; PAPER, 125 ft/roll I •»_ I IB UNNAN 4 ATTORNEYS Af LAW Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Off ire over Kossuth Mui. Ins. Bldg. ALGdNA, IOWA ' ! L. A. WINKEL , ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phone 180 ^ Algona, low*. PHYSICIANS « SURGEONS C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. O, Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office In John Galbraith Bldg. PHYSICIAN. & SURGEON MEL.VIN G. BOURNE! Phone—Office 197 Res. 1M. Across from F. S. Norton & Son DENTISTS A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store • Phone Office 69 Residence 85B* 59c 29c 23c 35c WOQDBURY'S Facial Soap U cakes 44G Nabisco Famous RITZ CRACKERS 16 oz. i Sunnyfield Cereal WHEAT PUFFS 8 o?, pkg. .... ................. .. Dromedary Fancy OBAJfOB JUICE (no points) 46 oz. can Flavors 8c Concentrated Cleaner 8 oz, ofcg.;,.. — .. Cleanser and Water Softener 24 QZ, pkg. . PRICES EVER? SCULLY'S PURE GRAPE JAM 1 Ib. Jar ..... SULTANA SALAD DRESSING Qt. Jar RED STAMPS Y5, Z5, and A2 thru D8 Expfa-e PICKLE AND PIMENTO LOAF (4 pts. Ib.) 1 pound ..; ....- .'. ,......,.. MACARONI AND CHEESE LOAF (4 pts. Ib.) 1 pound - , 24c ... 20c 33c June-2nd 31 c 31 c Now for Your Greater Convenience Many of our produce items are pre-welghed and packaged in advance. FASTER SERVICE—Just help yourself and pay cashier the amount marked on Package. California Fancy White Shatter NEW POTATOES ..... California Size 38 PINEAPPLES ....... California. Size 200 ORANGES J.;.. 10 Ibs. ...„.,.„ eiwh CaUforniaJtee «0 LETTUCE, Texas Fresh Golden :Bfe y?:9Klt~: • CUCUMBERS ....... ,,..,. f .. BORDEN'S EAQIE BRANP JUBLR ' (1% pts. etch) i§ 69. can ..-.....,....-. — ..,...... VAN CAMP'S BEANS o?, |ar v .... T . T .,.,.^., ! jar ,,.,,, KARL R, DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 . Res. Phone , OPTOMETRIST A. W. Amunson Office—Borcnardt Bldg. Eyes Examined , Res.'Phone 436 ; MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE E. JOHNSON (Burpee Agency) District Agent Northwestern Mutual Life ;, i. . Algona, Iowa •• Phone 656 Res. EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION; , CREDIT ' ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers and Stockmea ! with a sound basis for credit. ,i ' Part •' pi- m; Office^ Block ;South^i8l v Coui«sav , ".'• : : •. "- :"Oak ^' ' " ' Typewriter Paper 500 sheets 75« This to a good grade bond paper and will'make an ex cellent school paper. . - : ,. The Algona Upper •BETTER QUALITY- •fi? 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