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fr»Affl6*mflft.) Uftpff flft Mdteii • tuai^y, -April; 8, there 18 a picture to one ad In today's paper that took some doing. An Upper Des Moines photographer and Don Meyer of North Central Public Service obtained a boat, manned the oars, and rowed over to Van's Cafe to take a picture of a gaslight that continued to work, although standing in four feet of water, April 16 Is National Gaslight Day, and the local firm will feature the event. ' ' •.; Easter Windows are in vogue along State Street, , , gutter's Davis Paint has a religious theme on display with unusual plaques that have special detailing and a new process called "Firelight" ... At Zender's you get a ne\? .shirt and tie free with your Easter outfit. . . Carson's hkve an Easter window using the Egg and Rabbit thetrte in soft, pleasing colors ... the Hub Clothiers offer a free Easter Ham with your Easter outfit. . . Graham's Store is featuring an Easter event for the Junior Miss this week. -0- Sharp's Jewelry was recently appointed the exclusive dealer in this area for Imperial Cultured Pearls. This week, you'll find quite an array of cultured pearls on display in their store. Some in their natural form, in the half shell and under sea water. Quite interesting. If you're looking for a used TV set for your home, cottage, 2nd set Etc. Tom's Radio & TV is holding a special sale on 50 sets for a period of 10 days. -0- TayJor Implement is holding a grain storage meeting tonight (Wed.) at the High School Annex, 7:30 p.m. ? Chrischilles Store has announced the opening of their newly remodeled drapery and curtain section in the rear of their store. Sam Davis, manager of Farmers Service Center on South Phillips street, will be celebrating his first anniversary this Saturday and will be serving free cake and coffee from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. , IV . —o— With spring farm field work only a short distance away, numerous farm machinery sales are being held, as well as a windup of regular farm sales for the season. Fine Irish At Sexton Skipped St. Pat Green Sexton — St. Patrick's month the Sexton Friendly Club meeting was at Florence Jennings' house with Hazel Gatton as co-hostess. Wasn'l it fine that some of the real Irish (with names like McMahon) had to pay a fine for not wearing something green? Arlene Hanson volunteered to bring a light bulb to next month's bulb exchange until it was explained that it must be a bulb to be planted. Mary McMahon's pictures and stories of her recent Phoenix and Hawaiian trip were very entertaining — good thing too, since club president Marlene Johnson had forgotten about the meeting unti a telephone call to her Algona home induced her to dress her Ihree children and herself pronto jmd get out to Sexton in no time flat; She had quite a worried look when Marge Rurup suggested all members help her remember to come next month by giving her individual calls to remind her. Ruth Phillips intended to sew an apron but when she noticed aprons weren't what the Hawaiian girls were wearing, she put it away. Who says the ladies can't keep a secret? Club members drew names for secret sisters and, no member will ever tell her sister she is her sister — at least not for a year. Maxine Huff's sewing talent showed up with a new coat for herself and look alike dress and shirt for herself and son. Is it Nell Opheim's loss of weight FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Des Moines April 5, Thursday — Lyle Hines & Orville Stensland auction sale, 9 miles west of Blue Earth, Minn, on Hy. 16, then 2 south and % mile west and offering 600 head livestock, including 36 head Holsteins, 194 feeding cattle, 286 head hogs, etc. Also tractors, and much other equipment. Complete sale details in UDM last issue. Wagner, Wedel fcuClark,,. auctioneers; Blue Earth State Bank, clerk. April 5, Thursday — Mrs. Mel-1 vin Walker, farm located 2 west,! June-1 Forty Named On Garrigan Honor Roll, Quarter Garrigan high school announces the honor roll for the third quarter of the current school year. In order to make the honor roll the student must have an average of 90. Forty students were placed on the honor roll this quarter of a total enrollment of 392. The seniors who attained outstanding academic achievement were Edward Carman, S t e 11 a Preuschl, Eileen O'Brien, Mary Reilly, James Eisenbacher, Alice Arndorfer, and James Walker. Mary Lou Gales led the junior students; following her were Lois Erpelding, Coletta Streit, Elizabeth Bray, Patricia Bray, Jeanne Nelson, Julia Wingert and Diane Schneider. The sophomore class had the largest representation on the honor roll; leading the sophomore class was Judy Bickert, followed by Lewis Elbert, Ava Erpelding, Daniel Ludwig, Faith Ann Mertz, Janis Venteicher, Mary Zittritsch, Mary Illg, William Vonderhaar, Judith Salz, Marilyn Stoffel, Rita Eiseri- bacher and Mary Jane Besch. Tony Tucker led the freshman class followed by Lucinda Bradley; Rosa Lee Illg, Ann Wilson, Janet Erpelding, Suzanne Elbert, Raymond Erpelding, Elizabeth L. Frideres, Daniel Bray, Anita Nurre, Zita Duffy and Catherine Lickteig. Algona Junior , Candidate For State Office Linda Percival, junior at Algona high school, will be among the candidates for the off ice. of vice president at the annual meeting of the Future .Homemakers of America state meeting at Des Moines this Friday and Saturday, Apr. 6-7. About 400 Future Homemakers and chapter advisers, representing 135 Iowa schools, are expected to attend the conference. Jean Selby of Purdue University will be the keynote speaker at the opening session Friday. Election of officers will be held that afternoon. Miss Percival, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Percival, Is president of the -local chapter. Roof Fire Here, Rites Held Af A; U-.. '... ••.;,', JJy k ,'"r Bancroft For Harry Hiltz, 61 Harry Hiltz, 61, husband 6f MfiS. Lenora Hiltz, Algona, ,aluL fofhler operator of, a cafe at .Bancroft, died Thursday in a Chicago hospital as a result of abdomirial surgery he underwent in Januar Funeral services for Mr". ' were held at 9:3,0 a.m. Monday hi St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft, with Msgn Joseph Schultes officiating. Burial was at St. John's cemetery and Gairy Funeral Home, Bancroft, was in charge of arrangements. •Mr.' Hiltz was born Sept. 19' 1900 at Burlington and later operated the Hiltz Cafe at Bancroft. ie had been employed as a chef n a Chicago hotel prior to his llness. Besides his wife, he is survived by a brother, Gus, Burlington, aid a sister, Mrs. Clarence Felt, Chino, CaLA son, Charles, a gVad'' uate of St. John's high school, Bancroft, was killed in an autb mishap in 1953. WHERE MORE PEOPIE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING! For Rent FOR RENT — All modern house available immediately, R. L. Robinault, CY 4-2470. (13) FOR RENT — Attractive 4 room apartment, private entrance and bath, 301 E. Lucas. 13 FOR RENT — First floor 3 room furnished apartment, utilities included. Frank Vera, CY 4-3495. 13* 2-Car Crash Autos driven by Howard W. One Injured In 3 Crashes tion Hwy. 169-18, starting at 1 p.m. Cattle, Machinery, miscellaneous, etc. Yungeberg and Edge, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. April 7, Saturday — John Marte complete closing out sale at farm ocated 1 north and east of or her new hair her look more ever? do that makes attractive than Some wondered why Edna Ward was so quiet and thoughtful until it was revealed that Wilford was leaving town for a few days. Irene Klein had no rest until she called her teacher daughter located in the flooded town of Cherokee to see if her feet were still dry. Virginia was keeping an eye on the water from her window. Even though Bertha Kirschbaum came through her fortieth wedding anniversary fine, she now knows why so many brides favor June — snow is not so deep then. If the Rurup family doesn't have a bright and shining new home when they move, it won't be the fault of Shirley PeCoy, Mrs. Seefeld, and Katie Detrick. Wasn't it nice of Mrs. Jennings to bring the workers coffee, or did she want to keep an eye on John helping Marge paint? Hope Mr. and Mrs. Fandel and Mrs. Fandel's daughter Elizabeth Seller and her son David got to see President Kennedy while they were in California. Now they know what a crowd of 93,000 people is like. Bouquets go to Vinnie Laymon and Danny Rurup who brave all kinds of weather to get to Mason City to see their specialists. Another bouquet goes to Sexton's garage man who is a familiar sight on his tractor getting the main street dry and smooth. Tfcat was no monkey in Mac's tree searching for a banana. It W8S Francis Esser and he was pruning them. There'll be no more major fires JR Sexton. Gotta hand it to Elmer PWUips — he believes in fire prevention. unction of Hwys. 44 and 18. Yunge- berg and Reiling, auctioneers, Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. Details today in Uppes Des Moines. April 7, Saturday Joe Bramley's sale, postponed from earlier dates. At farm, west Sale Berkland and % south summary in east, 1 south, % of Cylinder. UDM today. and Finn, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. April 11, Wednesday — The Algona Livestock Market is holding a special sale with a big variety of implements, trucks, and other consigned items. A big ad details some of the items being offered in today's UDM. April 12, Thursday — Jacob Koppen Estate Sale, 1 east and 1% south of Lakota, at 1 p.m. Sale details in UDM next week. Chas Quinn, auctioneer; Red Madsen clerk. Co., TIME? An Adding ma- is a neasasity. They are an excellent gift. We have Upper DCS Moines Pub. Ruth Loebig, Ex-Wesleyan, Dies, Denver Wesley — Mrs. Ruth Loebig, 43, died Monday at her home in Denver, Colo. Funeral services are pending at the Blake Funeral Home, Wesley, and the rites will be held in St. Joseph's Catholic church there, with burial at the church cemetery. Ruth Haverly, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs J. L. Haverly, was born at Wesley May 8, 1918. She was married to Evroul Loebig at Wesley April 18, 1938 and the couple lived at Wesley and Algona before moving to Denver several years ago. Her husband died Nov. 4, 1961 at Denver. She was also preceded in death by her parents and a brother, John. Survivors include three sisters, Mary Lou (Mrs Gayle Studer), Wesley, June (Mrs Bud Hauptman), Bancroft, and Ethel (Mrs Larry Lang), Mason City; and a brother, Don Haverly, Denver. Boy, 2, Injured Bancroft - Freddy Kadow, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kadow, received a badly bruised hand and arm when it became caught in a belt at the Crown Cleaners, owned by bis father. The Algona fire department was called out twice Friday. A roof fire, which apparently got its start from chimney sparks, was extinguished at the residence of Everett Barr at 505 South Wooster Friday afternoon. A small hole was burned in the roof. About 7 p.m., firemen went to the home of Beanie Cooper at Sexton, where a neighbor had spotted what he thought was a blaze at the Cooper home. Mr. Cooper was burning rubbish behind the house and no damage was reported. Deadline Soon With Tuesday, Apr. 10, the last day for candidates for public office to file petitions, no new candidates threw their hats in the ring during the past week. There will be many contests in the primary election, especially in the run for supervisor posts. A trio of mishaps in this area resulted; in minor injuries for. one person during the weekend. Richard Gatton, 19, Algona, suffered head cuts in a mishap Sunday afternoon.; He was treated by Dr. Dan Bray here and released.,', He,was hurt .when an auto driven by David H. Striokler, 19, Algona, hit;a.patch of ice four miles east off Whittemore on McGregor street road and slammed into a ditch and upset. Gatton .was a passenger in the auto. There was extensive damage ; to ,the car, a 1961 Chevrolet and the mishap was investigated by Patrolman Bill Tordoff. There .were; two -mishap's'.'here Saturday. The first,, at 2:55 p.m., involved a tractor driven by James E. Walker, 36, Algona, and Luella W. Hansen,-58, .Ringsted. Walker was, driving a tractor owned by Kossuth county and the Ringsted driver was in an auto on South Phillips street. Both were headed south and Walker began to turn in to East Lawn Memorial Gardens when the collision occur-1 red. There was no damage to the tractor and $200 damage to the auto, according to Police Chief Al Boekelman, who investigated. At 4:45 p.m., and auto driven by Victoria. Briggs, 16, Algpna, struck a car driven by Delthea 'Shierk, 16, Algona, at the intersection of State and Moore streets. Both vehicles were headed west and damage was estimated at $225 by Policeman Pete Jorgenson who investigated. Stephenson, 32, Algona, and Sharon Kay Savage, 22, LuVerne, collided at the intersection of Minnesota and Kennedy streets here at 2:50 p.m. Monday. No personal injuries were reported. Total damage to the two vehicles was estimated at $350 by Policeman Ernie Hutchison who investigated. Duplicate Bridge Algona Duplicate Contract Bridge club will meet Apr. 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the Algona Country Club. The winners of the last meeting were Mrs. Dora Means and Mrs. Clara Zender, first, and Arlene Miller and Helene Whittemore, second. FOR REtfT —. FURNISHED & heated apartment, close-in, private efitraflce, private * bath, See Bjustfom Furniture. 45t£fl "("//S//////////S////////////////SS/S//////////-SS////, Real Estate mmmma&mmm IfOlWES FOR SALE New On Market .:.' Neat 3 bedrm., 1301 E. Linden, garage, all for new low price $11,280 Furnished small house and excellent lot, 214 N. Ackley, new area, 1 gas, sewer, water all paid — priced only , -. $ 2,500 2 bedrm. modern 418 N. Dodge ,$3,250 Property known as Kuhns — about 5 acres, 4 bedrm house (not modern), $ 2,000 Carl Slutter's lovely 5-room bungalow (2 bedrm.), 517 W. State, must see inside — much redone. .....' , $9,25 Several Rentals Left employment. Apply to: Mr. W. 0. .Poole at the Acreage Motel on Tuesday, Apr. 3, between the hours and 8:00 p.m. of 3:30 p.m (12-13) WANTED — Married man, 25-35 • yrs. of age, 5 days, week, 4 hrs. on Sunday, experienced truck driver, apartment furnished. — Hamilton Hatchery, Wesley, la. ' " "-• • 13 HELP WANTED — Male and Female — Hourly earnings $2.50 and up possible from start for man or woman on service route in city of Algona. Select own hours. No investment. No experience required. Write Watkins Products, Inc., D-59, Winona, Minn. (10-13*) WANTED — Married man for general farm work, experience necessary. Thees Schnakenberg, LuVerne. Ph. Turner 23635 13* WOULD LlKf f 0 CAftfi ?0f eider; ly couple in mjhhome. Ph. CY 4-3889,' ' 13 WANT TO HIRE good typist. 40 hour, 5 day week. Call CY 4-3745. (13) OPPORTUNtTV MAN OR WOMAN Reliable person from this area, .to service and collect frortt autom£- tic dispensers. No selling. Age not essential.' Car, references, and $800.00 working capital necessary. 7 to 12 hours weekly,; nets excellent monthly income. Pos* sibllity fulltime work. For local interview give phone and full particulars. Write P.O. Borf 6383, Richfield, Minn. (13) > It's A Boy! ; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hershbergcr of Sierra Vista, Ariz, have announced the birth of a son, Mace See JOEL M. HERBST or TED S. HERBST Over Penney's in Algona (13 FOR SALE — 2-bedroom, modern home, attached garage, sun porch, good location. Call CY 4-4840. (13 FOR SALE — 3 bedroom, 2 bath room home on Potter's HilL Oi Heat, Garage and Breezeway large lot. Irving Urch, CY 4-2977 (30tf) Alan, who weighed 6 Ibs., ozs., Mar. 24. Mr. Hershberger, football coach at Algona high school for the past two years, is at present serving as an active reservist in the U.S. Army iri Arizona. It is the first child for the Hershbergers. Wanted Rebekah Meeting Algona Rebekah lodge will meet Apr. 10 at the Izaak Walton hall at 8 p.m. Please note change of time. Bancroft Man, 88, Succumbs Bancroft —' Andrew Hoe, 88, died early Monday morning at St. Ann hospital, where he had been a patient for the last three weeks. He was a bachelor, and had been making his home at the Mrs. C. J. Stauder residence. Funeral services were being arranged by Garry Funeral Home and will be held at St. John's Catholic church, with Msgr. J. H. Scholtes officiating with burial in the church cemetery. He is survived by nephews. several nieces and Track Surface The Algona school board is studying bids for surfacing of the new running track at the athletic site in the southeast part of town. It is probable cinders will be used and it is expected the board will make its decision in about a week. REPORT OF CONDITION OF IOWA STATE BANK of Algona. Iowa at the close of business March 28, 1962, a state bankine initl tution organized and operating under the banking laws of this Stot/ and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a oill thh ? District' te Bankin * Auth °r"'es and by the Federal S-ve Bank of 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection _____________ _ i 611 nn m """" ' _____________ _ m ?' nFtff' 1 ,- 3 * 8 ' 68 , Government obligations, Sirect"an"d"guarantecii":i 1 '325718 75 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions ............ 537 BMW 5. Corporate stocks (including $9,000.00 stock of Federal "" aJ( ' OUJ " Reserve Bank) ................................... "~ ..... " onnnnn B. Loans and discounts (including 3.435.89 overdrafts) ..... "~_ ..... " 307767444 7. Bank premises owned $85,655.52, furniture and fixtures $42,363"5u" 128019 11 12. TOTAL ASSETS 6,700.299.26 LIABILITIES ??• E emand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 47<)2<>«>n,i 14. Time and savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships, "J2.992,04 anri ff\**nnY>'ii l*xnt* * •*•••' and corporations ._ 15. Deposits of United States Government (Includlng'postai'Eav'liiVsl 10. DeposUs of States and political subdivisions ...... savings) 17. Deposits of banks 18. ~ 19. 246.229.88 133,790.19 850.058.44 70.057.53 24. 27 (a) Total demand deposits % 5,895.645.92 (b) Total time deposits $248,22fM>8 TOTAL LIABILITIES -I7ZZI7Z" ' CAPITAL ACCOUNTS a) Common stock, total pi 6.141,875.80 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 150.000.00 150,000.00 267.423.46 31, Assets pledged or purposes lilies and for other 25 250,000.00 8nd t~ "TI -v--- ~~J-T--,. "v-:- ; l "** >>een examined by Knowledge and belief Is true and correct. H. jr. Cowan. Hugh Haney, Ij*^. 0 ?. 10 .^ County.of Koasuth of our F. L. McMahon ) 1. C. M«wdsley ) Directors. this , day „, Louise M. Davis Notary Public Top Used Gars 1961 CHEVROLET Corvair Coupe 2-door with Monza interior. 1961 CAD. 4-door, 6 windew, > Air cond. full power, low mileage One Owner Car. 1960 STUDEBAKER Lark 4-dr. 6- cylinder motor, straight transmission, dark green color. I960 FORD 4-door with power steering, Fordomatic and radio. 1960 BUICK 4-door Hard Top, Power Steering, Power Brakes, one owner car. 1959 EDSEL 4-door Station Wagon, radio and Automatic Trans. 1858 BUICK Super 4-door hardtop, radio, heater, Dynaflow, Power steering and brakes. 2—1957 BUICKS, one a 4-door and the other a 4-door Hardtop. Both have Dynaflow, radios and heaters. 1957 BUICK 2-door Hard Top 1956 FORD Station Wagon 2-door. Six cylinder motor, with overdrive and radio. New snow tires. Runs and drives very good. 1955 CHEVROLET 4-door 3-speed Trans., clean inside and out. One owner car. 1955 PONTIAC 4-door Sedan. 1955 MERCURY 4-door Sedan, Mercomatic, radio, heater, power steering and brakes. 1951 CHEVROLET 9-passenger Station Wagon. We still have a nice selection of Buicks, Tempests, Larks, Pontiacs and Cadillacs in stock. Stop out and tajce a look this weekend, DIRECT BROADCASTS OVER RIGA FROM 7:15 to 7:20 A. M EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING I Schultz Bros. Garage TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS WANTED TWO MEN With small town or rural background, and a desire to enter the sales field, If you are 21-40, bondable, have automobile, able to travel Monday thru Friday in this area, high school graduate or equivalent, you may qualify for this position. Salary of $105 a week in addition to bonus arrangement. We are not interested in men for jart-time "READY TO GO" USED CARS 1959 Chev. 6 cyl. Bel Air, standari _ trans $125 1959 Ford 8 Cyl. Custom 300, over drive 1959 Chev. Biscayne 4-dr. $125 $1195 1958 Chev. Bel Air 4-dr. V-8, auto trans $ 950 1958 Chev. Biscayne, 6 cyl. stan trans $ 850 1957 Chev. Bel Air V-8, 4-dr. auto, trans. (3 cars, each) . $ 75( 1956 Chev. 2-dr. Delray V-8, auto. trans $ 600 955 Chev. 2-dr. (2 cars) .... $ 500 955 Chev. 4-dr. with overdrive. $550 956 Mercury 4-dr., auto, trans. $ 600 953 Ford, convertible $ 300 OTHER OLDER MODELS 958 Int. 2 ton, 4 speed trans $ 950 957 IHC pickup, % ton, 4 speed. $ 750 1954 Chev. 2 ton 2 speed - 4 speed $ 450 B & W CHEVROLET Fenton, Iowa (12) USED FARM EQUIPMENT USED TRACTORS ' f Super "M" ............,..,'. $17951947 445 $1675 1951 B John Deere $ 795 1958 JIM 5 Star., gas $2750 1954 UB MM $1750. USED SHELLERS 1960 MM PTO Shell- , ; master $1798 1959 MM PTO Shell- . ., V master ....... $1750 E MM PTO Sheller $1195 E MM PTO Sheller $1095 MISCELLANEOUS 3—12A New Idea Tractor Spreaders $225 to $295 Grainavator 30 Auger wagon with apron conveyor $395 Have Several 15, 18, & 21 ft. straight cut disc on hand now ! So see us now for both new or used disc. SEE US FOR THE BEST DEAL ON NEW WHEEL TYPE TANDEMS ! Now is the time to get your equipment overhauled before the spring rush. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 N. Main CY 4-3451 Cadillac PhNHpf St. - AI S ona 1961 RAMBLER Cross Country 4-door Wagon. Radio, heater, power brakes power steering, 8 cylinder engine. A real sharp wagon and you can ________ SAVE 1960 RAMBLER 4-door Wagon Custom, radio, heater, overdrive, all black with white sidewalls. Very Nice , ________________________ _ _ * 1995 1960 RAMBLER, 4-door Super, radio, heater, overdrive, two tone blue and white Real nice. ------------------------------------ ; ------------ $ ^ 1959 RAMBLER, 4-door, radio, heater, overdrive. A very nice Wagon and priced right. -------------------------- ------------- _ 1959 RAMBLER, 4-door passenger car, radio, heater, overdrive. Very nice auto --------------- . ----------------------------------------- $ 1956 RAMBLER, 4-door, radio, heater, automatic trans., air conditioned, continental tiro kit. —————————___——„„_____„_ * 1955 RAMBLER, 2-door, radio and heater. $ 4 25 1954 RAMBLER, 2-door Station Wagon, radio, heater, overdrive. $ 395 1953 RAMBLER Convertible, radio, heater, and overdrive t 395 1956 OLDSMOBILE Holiday 98, 2-door Hard Top, radio, heater, power steerina power seats, two toned red and white, Real nice — ____ $ 795 1954 BUICK Special, 4-door, heater and automatic _ * one - $ 395 1957 CHEVROLET 4-door Station Wagon, radio, heater, Automatic transmission, 8 cylinder engine, new tires, two toned gold and white. Very Sharp Wagon.' $ 1195 1955 CHEVROLET, 4-door Station. Wagon, 8 cylinder, radio, heater «,„•« .transmission in nice condition. ____ "eater, automatic 5 645 1954 CHEVROLET 2-door, standard shift, very nice. * 29 1954 CHEVROLET 2-door with Automatic transmission - $ 44 1955 Sce D p E «^^ QUtomatic transmission. 1954 FORD, standard transmission and very nice 1954 FORD, overdrive transmission and real sharp. 1957 FORD Fpirlane 500, radio, heater, autom^,, transmission, 53,000 miles, local$ 1095 $ 350 445 20 NEW RAMBIERS - A VERY GOOD ASSORTMENT - All MODEIS TO CHOOSE FROM. West Bend Auto RAMRIFD CAICC a ecn«,.~,- " ^ ^BP RAMBLER SALES * SERVICE Phone 3381 West Bend, Iowa

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