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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, November 25, 1957
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Six Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Daughters of Isabella will hold a business meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the K. of C. ball. -si- Calvary. Presbyterian Couples club will meet Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock for a chili supper prepared cy the men. Members are asked to bring dessert ariH" table service. Baby sitters will be available. Mrs. Martha Baker is the guest speaker -#Ivy Grove 41, Supreme Forest Woodmen's circle, covered dish dinner will be held tonight at 6:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. ien called the meeting to order leading in the Pledge of Allegiance and Club Creed. Mrs. Mary Ellen Johnson offered devotions reading from the Book o£ Deuteronomy for the background of her theme "Thanksgiving Time", and closed with prayer. Roll call was answered .with a verse of thanks from the Bible. The history of the song of the month "Now Thank We All. Our God," was told by Mrs. Mary Ellen Johnson. 17 East Miami Jessie Scott, avenue. — -tc— Members of the Cheerful Helpers class of the Broadway EUB church were entertained Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hahn, 515 Burlington Avenue, with the meeting being in charge of the president, Mrs. Maudie PriestJhoff. The meeting opened with the reading of various passages oi scripture by members and the supper and holiday food market | tal Culture c i ub Thursday after- December 5 were made at the noon ^y, a Thanksgiving Uieme Fete Kenny Foust On Fifth Birthday Kenny Foust was honored on his fifth birthday at a party Saturday afternoon by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Foust, at his home, 2127 Murdock street. Games were enjoyed with prizes going to- James and Nick Amelio. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served, and favors of Miss Susan Parker Bride December 6 Of Lawrence Long Mr. and Mrs. Rogitr Parker, of 110 Tanguy street, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Susan Clare, to Lawrence L. Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long, 2110 North street. • . The marriage will take place The secretary-treasurer report j balloons and horns were given to jYi<} a y evening, December 6, at was submitted by Mrs. Caroline'"*" "•—•'- • : „.,„_. prayer offered by Mrs. Ethel Hahn followed with the singing of the class song, "Help Somebody Today". The report of the secretary was given by Mrs. Elsie Bushing while the treasurer's account was given by Mrs. Alta Hyman. The flower fund treasurer, Mrs. •Mae Pownell, also reported. Plans were made for the Christmas party and supper to be heU December 16th in the Huffman home, 1901 North street with a fifty-cent gift exchange. The group voted to send a cash •contribution to the Otterbein Home «t Christmas. A story of "One Woman's Prayer" was told by Mrs. Hahn, who also told of incidents happening on their recent trip-through the New England states. The closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Ruth Best. During the social hour contests •were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Blanche Huffman and Mrs. Lotta Bailey and the attendance prize was awarded Mrs, Ethel Stafford. Refreshments, carrying out the thanksgiving theme, were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Hahn and Mrs. Priesthoff 'assisted by Mr. Hahn. Updegraff. A communication from, the Carroll County Red Cross chapter was read announcing the blood mobile unit would be in Camden December fourth from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. The following officers were elected: president, Mrs. Cliarles Guckien; first vice-pre.«iident, Mrs. Ted Sidenbender; second vice-president, Miss Pauline Robeson; treasurer, Mrs. O.rpha Meade, and secretary, Mrs. J. C. Updegraff. . During the business session a donation was made to the Exceptional Childrens Group. Miss Pauline Eobeson was appointed chairman on constitution committee. It was decided to continue having six night and six daytime meetings for the next year and it was decided to move the 4-H Annual picnic from August to the month of June. The president announced Carroll County Home Demonstration officers schctol at I Camden December second in St. | Peters Lutheran Church Annex. The meeting closed with the club collect. The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments to 21 members and 3 guests by Mrs. Clarke McCloskey and Mrs. Sirnm, Mrs. John Mylet, Mrs. Phyllis Mc- the guests. A Mickey Mouse motif was used in the decorations and refreshments. Guests were Bruce Mull, Mike, Pat and Ricky Foust, James, Nick and Frank Amelio, Jeffrey Miller, Jay, Eldona and Lorraine Doty, Terry and Linda Jones, Mike and Greg Beall, Mark, Buddy and Mary Ellen Vernon, Lee Ellen and Jeffrey Campbell and Luanna and Marty Foust. went to Mrs. The next meeting will be in the :iome of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fouts. This win be the annual Christmas party when secret pals will be revealed with a gift. -sir- Washington Township Carroll County Home Demonstration club convened at 'the home of Mrs. Earl Downham Wednesday evening The president Mrs. Nora Guck- Country Club Holds Anniversary Dinner The formal anniversary dinner dance was staged at the Logansport Country club Saturday evening with dinner served to members from 7 to 9 o'clock followed by dancing to the music, of Tom Berry and his band from Indianapolis. Individual tables were centered with arrangements of pinfc, purple and white chrysanthemums, and the clubhouse was decorated with lemon leaves sprayed with gold. The committee in charge included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Hilkert Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kragih and Mr. ami iMns. Joe McClain. FRIENDSHIP CLASS The Friendship class of the Mar- Jcet Street Methodist church met in the church parlors for the November business and social meeting Rock Creek Dinner Held At Roth Park The annual dinner meeting of the Rock Creek home demonstration club was staged Thursday at the Roth Park Hotel. the welcome by 7:30 o'clock at the First Presbyterian church in Huntington, Indiana. Both Miss Parker and her fiance are 1957 graduates of the local high school. She is employed as secretary to the Superintendent of Utilities, Robert Price. The bridegroom-elect attends the Purdue Technical School at Indianapolis. Harrison HD Club Installs Office.rs Thirty-one members of the Harrison township home demonstration club convened at the Lucerne school recently at which time officers were installed. Myrtle Batty, vice-president Cletus Zinn with the response by Mrs. Avis Snow. A chicken dinner was then served. Jayettes Install Officers At Dinner A dinner was served at the Ben Hur Tuesday prior to the installation of-new Jayette officers witli Mrs. Mary Schroder, installing officer, being introduced by the retiring president, Mrs. Sylvia Ross. The table centerpiece, an arrangement of fall flowers, was awarded to Mrs. Janet Young as the door prize. Mrs. Betty Weber opened th-s meeting and announced the following committees for the year: Social, Mrs. Jo Kierns; Financial, Mrs. Pat Carney; Membership, Mrs, Betty Kinsey; Friendship, Mrs. Mary Tulii; Reporter, Mrs. Nat Carney; Publicity,'Mrs. Joan Sterrett. After a short business meeting Court Whist was played with the prizes awarded to Mrs. Jo Ann Bower and Mrs. Barbara Steinberger. Hostess for the evening were the retiring officers: Mrs. Ross, Mns Weber, Mrs. Katharine Busch and Mrs. Ida Mae Scott. The next meeting 'will be a Christmas Party to be held in the home of Mrs. Susan Fiedler. Mrs. Dorothy Nipple opened the gr ™e'* business meeting following the meal with the flag salute and club creed. The topic for devotions given by Miss Margaret Bowman was "Thanksgiving." thank-you from the Red Cross MtSS Jane for. the clubs' participation in the "Christmas on the High Seas prb- Vey. The door prize Guckien. Rita Dickerson 3qmma Phi Beta Rita Dickerson, a junior, was ••ecently initiated into Gamma Phi Beta social sorority at Indiana University. Five Gamma Phi Beta Grand Council members, including the In- :ernational Grand President, na- :ional officers, and alumnae from all over the country, attended the Initiation. A tea given in honor of lihe ini- :iates was attended by University officials, faculty, and students.•Gamma Phi Beta is bhe newest :r reports were read, and roll call was answered by 26 members. Mrs. Snow pre : sented the history of the song of the month. Nominating committee report was heard, and the meeting closed with the collect. The committee in charge included Mrs. Dorothy Nipple, Mrs. Doris Smith and Mrs. Zinn. WASHINGTON HD CLUB Thirty persons attended the Washington township home demonstration club meeting Thursday afternoon at tile home of Mrs. Icel Jones. Mrs. Thelma Raderstorr, president, gave a reading, "On a Saturday Afternoon." It was voted to renew the canteen card for the Patient at the State hospital. The devotion chairman used a Thanksgiving theme closing with the group repeating the Lord's Prayer. The History of the song of the month was given by Mrs. Ethel Miller. The group sang th« song with Charlotte Martin accompanying on the piano. Charlotte Martin and Helen By- Miss Lena Finton offered devotions on things we should be thankful. for and asked the members present what they were most thankful for. The club voted to buy two canteen cards again this year for their adopted patients at- the state hospital and, Betty Deck was appointed chairman of nine volunteers who will represent the c'.ub at a Christmas ward party, Dec. 8. Esther Manning conducted candlelight installation ceremonies for Betty Deck, president; Roma McDonald, Vice-President; Mildred Elliott, Secretary;" Fern Deck, Treasurer; Jean Elliott, Reporter; and Jean Morphet, Program Chairman. Mrs. Moss presented 43 girls to receive their 4-H pins purchased by the club, and reported that i m « mb f rs - OES Honors Past ^uths, Marthas Arid Electas At Meeting Fidelity chapter No. 58, Order of the Eastern Star, met for a called session for initiation and to ionor past Ruths, past Marthas and past Electas of • the chapter recently. All officers were present except Ruth, Norm-a Beougher was pro- tem, chaplain, Marie Burch was pro-tern, and sentinel, Clarence Kidd was pro-tern. Twenty-three past Ruths, Marthas and Electas were escorted to the east, introduced and given a hearty welcome. Worthy matron Clara Minnick announced the Christmas party to follow initiation Tuesday, Decem ber 1/7. Each member is asked to bring a 50-cent gift for exchange. All were invited to the dining room where a Thanksgiving moti was used in the decoration of ta bles, centered with turkeys oi: various sizes, candy corn and brown and yellow crepe paper. The refreshment committee included Edith Kidd, chairman, with Blanch Estabrook, Jessie Coy, Pearl Eichensehr, Betty Angle, Marjorie Sailors, and Edith Mae Harrison. Clarence Kidd, Fred Es- tabroo"k and Don Beougher. poured coffee. The honored guests were each Monday Evening, November 25, 1957. Event Planned By St. James Guild Plans for a public Swiss steak Mental Culture Club Marks Thanksgiving Mrs. J. Mervin Wilson, 333 West Broadway, entertained the Men- Tuesday evening meeting of the St James Service Guild at the par- sh hall. Mrs. Norman Riesling, president, opened the guild meeting. Rev. Alfred C. Genii offered prayer. Miss Rutii Meyer read the secretary's- report, and Mrs. Edwin Heimlich presented the treasurer's report. The following executive board members assembled in a group and gave detailed reports of their respective committees: Mrs. Henry Kraut, maintenance; Mrs. Leland L. Smith, program; Mrs. Edgar Closson, publicity; Mrs. Robert Bentz and Mrs. Fred Hauss, dinners; Mrs, Victor Hedde, budget highlighting the program, Mrs. Alma Hill, president, opened the meeting with Mrs. Clara Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Jennie Strantz leading the pledges to the Christian Flag and The Flag Of The United Stales. Mrs. Mabel Timmons lead the Collect For Club Women. Mrs. Alda Byrl read the secretary's report and treasurer's account. "I give Thanks" was the response in answer to roll call. Mrs-. Nell Bradfield save devotions from 132nd Psalm reading from scripture. "Thanksgiving", used as the theme for the afternoon program was read from paper by Mrs. Leand finance: Mrs. Robert Meyer, ) a mies. Mrs- James C. Justice Accompanies Choir Miss Jane Troy, 1927 High street — —•—-.-." •„. , „„, M.. accompanied the Wellesley Col presented With a gift from the i._. ™_.:_ ...i-.-.u j !»„ ineT wort.Tiv matron and patron, (ruests lege Choir which opened its 195758 season early this month with the traditional Fall Vespers. She played the violin, in the chamber ensemble which assisted the choir in the presentation of selections from tw-6 cantatas by Bach. A junior, Miss Troy has been in the college orchestra since her freshman year. She is the daughter of Mr. iknd Mrs. Edward A. Troy and a graduate of Logansport High School. JUNIOR VFW GIRLS The Junior Girls Unit -to the VFW Ladies Auxiliary met in regular session with the president, Betty-Webster, in charge. Roll call was answered by 18 the girls had achieved 100% completion in their projects. Mrs. Batty closed the meeting )y leading toe Home Economics Ireed. A bazaar was held following Jie business meeting after which ovely refreshments were served iy the social committee: Frances Bridge, Ruth Wippermon, and Marilyn Carter. At the close of the social hour, he door prize was awarded to (Vilma Newell. sorority on the Indiana_ campus. It ers gave the sec(>nd part o{ the was installed and officially recognized as part of Indiana 'University at the time of initiation. • SHILOH CWF MEETS Members of the Shiloh CW met at .the home of Mrs! Lucille Sanders with Mrs. Geneve Hardy and Mrs. Coleen Sanders being assistant hostesses. The president, Mrs. Joyos Rush, opened the meeting and Mrs. Shirley Shanks led singing witli Frances Shanks accompanying the group at the piano. Devotions were given by Mrs. Jane Nice and the secretary's report read by Shirley Shants. Mrs. Martha Leach gave the treasurers report. A discussion was held on the friendly service project add named to,the committee were Ms Hayden, Mary Myers and Jane Nice. uei uu.smcdj aiiu ^jvuieu .UIISVUIIK , TT . , . with Mrs. Maidie Tucker openin| „?<*«> Home wa. repo-rted by •with prayer. Mrs. Mayme Smith gave devotions on prayer. During the business session various committee's reported and plans were made for the Christmas party which will be a turkey dinner for members December 2nd. On the committee are Mrs. Milford M. Knarr, Mrs. Chester Boatman, Mrs. S. D. Dawson, Mrs, Mae Smith-and Mrs. 0. Sanders. Mrs. Harry Burkit gave a Thanksgiving story and Mrs. Gold- le Shedron gave a humorous read- Ing. Refreshments were served from tables appointed in the Thanksgiving motif. On the refreshment committee were M-rs. E. Hopple, Mrs. J. Schmidt, Mrs. Myra Gordon, Mrs. Cook and Mrs. H. Ulrich. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Julian Neff, 30 West Columbia street, are the parents of a son, Julian Lee, born November 24 at Coleman pital, Indianapolis. hos- Mrs. Ednamae Busard and the secretary read an invitation from the WSCS of the Webb Chapel church inviting the ladies to a Christmas luncheon and program December 5th at noon. Members are to take table service. Mrs. Jessie Eikelberner spoke about Plymouth Place, a home for elderly people and announcements was made ,of the Christinas bazaar to be 'held December 3rd at the church. Mrs. Verna Eikelbern- reminded the ladies to take baked goods. Shirley Shanks announced choir plans for the Thanksgiving program and the lesson or: Indo China was given by Opal Jackson. Plans for a Christmas luncheon and gift exchange were held and the meeting closed with th.; repeating of the Lord's Prayer: Contest winners were Miss Ida Meyer, Mrs. Verna Eikelberner, Mrs. Nellie Leach. Door prize went to Mrs. Busard. Refreshments were served. The January meeting will be held with -Mrs. Ethel Love who will be assisted by Mrs. Frances Shanks. esson on Landscaping -prior to roll call which was answered by ''My definition of Home". Thersa Walls, secretary and Margaret Jones, treasurer, reported. Euna Fiedler reported on driving safely. Edna L-effert and Triva Leffert, drivers in the Road-e-o reported and achievement day was discussed. The. club received a blue ribbon for their display on drugs prepared by Florence Dehaven and Peg Wilson. MLss Mary Donohue conducted a miscellaneous auction. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Doris Jean Bryan, Mrs. Pearl Williams .and Mrs. Grace Miller. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Ethel Miller, Lulu Rush and Lora Herrick. The next meeting will be a covered dish dinner and fifty-cent gift exchange December 19bli. SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY 6:30 p.m.—(Past Matrons, Past Patrons, Fidelity chapter, OES, •Masonic Temple. 7:30 p.m.—White Hose club, Mrs. Agnes Murphy 7:30 p.m.—<L. S. to B. of L. F. and E., IOOF hall. 7:30 p.m.—Tourist club, Dr. Marian Hochhalter, 2129 East Mar- Iket street. Girl Scout News Girl Scout troop 1 of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church me recently with Nancy Kantzer Joyce Shaffer, Kathy Wallace an< Bonnie Haynes in charge oi the opening flag ceremony. Song leaders'were Nancy White and Cindy Collins. Barbara Col ins, leader, announced that girls n each patrol will elect a mem >er to accompany Mrs. Collins on he Thanksgiving basket delivery -Two patrols were elected to make favors while the other two will study First Aid with Mr. Colins. Troop badges were discussed. Now Booking Private Parties In The All New and Beautiful GOURMET PMTY ROOM For Information and Reservations Phone 4793 R. W. Fernbangh, Prop. Pro-tern officers were Beth Corcoran, Kathy Ervin, Cheryl Pear son, Mary K. Mallotte and Janice Hyman. The meeting opened with the posting of the colors by Donna Myers, Pamela Webster and Connie Huff. Gwendolyn Weimer g£tve pray er. Minutes were read by Sharon Weimer and the group joined in worthy matron and patron •were introduced and welcomed from other chapters. The next meeting will be a stated session Tuesday, December 3, at the Masonic Temple. Dancer Proves A Point; Gentlemen Prefer Blondes . BERLIN (UP) - A snapely brunette dancer put on a wig and proved gentlemen prefer blondes. Marion Peterhansel, a 19-year- old runner-up in this year's Miss Berlin beauty contest, tested the old saying by appealing to men for aid first as a brunette and then as a blonde. In her natural hair she dropped a valise on the street, sca:tering calling; Mrs. Eva Kasch, altar; Mrs. Robert Gharis, nominating; and Mrs. Mary Allen and Mrs. Lynas, parsonage. Announcement was made that Mrs. Clarence Kerns is a new member of the Altar Guild. Rev. Gerni told of the many religious tooks available in the church library. He stated that a subscription of the Lutheran Witness would be sent to every member of the church. Mrs. Alfred Gerni reported or, the Valparaiso University Guild state convention in Indianapolis which she, Mrs. Paul Kraut, and Mrs. Eva Kasch recently attended. New and used clothing for the Lutheran Overseas World Relief may be taken to the following: North side, Mrs. William Richter; west side, Mrs. Edgar Porter; south side, Mrs. William Becker; central, Parish Building; east end, Mrs. Leslie Michael; and near | downtown, Mrs. Willaim Kraut. The clothing will be readied December 2 for distribution overseas. Refreshments were served by the members o£ Mary Martha Guild •ceiled two poems of James Whit comb Riley, "When The Frost Is On The Punkin" and "What Shall We Pray For". In the business meeting it was decided to send get well cards, visit the ill and shutins. A dessert luncheon was served to thirty members by Mrs. J. Mervin Wilson assisted by Miss Mildred Weymer. On December the RUi, the Mental Culture C!ub will meet with Mrs. Florence Freehafer, 3210 Crescent Avenue. The guest speaker will be Attorney Robert S. Jus- EAGLE BOOSTER CLUB The Ladies Eagle Booster club met for a social evening Thursday with prizes in bridge going to Rose Baker, Frieda .Neumann and Mary Dorney. Euchre awards went 'o Edith Breedlove, Bertha Lester and Lola Gearhart; bunco, Ruth Everling, Mae Leazenby and Verna Williams. Isabel Rhodes and Erman Walls won door prizes. Roadrucks Wins White County Corn Yield MONTICELLO — J. Herbert Roadruck and his son John, 16, ol Prairie township have been named winners in the White county senior anc junior "five-acre corn club" with yields of more than 200 bushels an acre. The exact yields have not been announced until yields in other EXCEL CLUB MEETS Excel club met recently at the home of Mrs. Gwendolyn Dawson, 1618 East Broadway, at which time plans were made for the Christmas party at the home of Lily Mills. Euchre prizes went to Iva Dawson and Lily Mills. Mary Benefiel won the door prize and Alta Watts and Helen.Stults were winners of. the traveling prizes. Refreshments were served. its contents. She had to pick up I counties have been tabulated. The her belongings herself. She pretended her automobile broke down. No one offered to push it. She begged a man to break off his conversation in a public phone booth because she had to make an urgent call. She was -told to wait. Then she tried the same test with a blond wig. Men jumped to pick up her scattered clothing, •enior Roadruck is a seven-time tounty winner and a three-time tate winner. His yield last year vas 203 tushels an acre. Todd Shoop of Round Grove was named 4-H club winner and, with ;is father, will receive a trip to .he International Livestock assoc- ation. singing happy birthday to Lynnj They pus h e d her automobile. And TT,7Ar. ro»rvl PftflrMn nnil l^Hv 7:45 p.m.—Tri YWCA. Kappa sorority, 7:45 p.m.—Psi Iota Xi sorority, Mrs. Brice Fit::gerald. 8 p.m.—Sigma Phi Gamrna sorority, city building. TUESDAY 12:30 p.m.—'Bridge City lodge 254, IOOF hall. 1:30 p.m.—Past Presidents club, 'Mothers of World War 2, Cass county, Memorial home. 1:30 p.m.—Jackson township HD club, Goldie Fickle. Hizer, Cheryl Pearson and Betty orcoran. The unit made tweny bedjackets 3r the state soldiers Home at afayette and six gowns and a ousecoat for the adopted lady and our other ladies in the same ward t the .state soldiers home. Robyn Myers, president of the *adies Auxiliary, installed Bette Jorcoran as first . vice-president nd Gwendolyn Weimer as chap- ain. TTne unit voted $lii.OI) to. be iven a needy family. The treasurer's report was read y Donna Spurgeon and the meet- ng closed with group singing and ae retiring of the colors to re- pen December 2nd at 7 p.m. in he Post Home. SODALITY MEETS The Young Ladies Sodality of St. Vincent school met recently for- a breakfast meeting at the school. Joann Schreyer presented a're- port of the summer school o: Catholic action she bad attended in Chicago. Others reports were given. GRANGE MEETING Deacon Grange will hold a reg ular meeting Wednesday at 7:3C p.m. at the Grange hsiD. Members are asked to bring cheer guil< Christmas gifts. MONEY For the Holidays ixtra-fast service at this season of the year/ to accommodate holiday shoppers. Payments may be stretched over a long or short period. FROM NOW UNTIL CHRfSTMAS Open Wednesday 'til 5:00 P. M:. loans Up to S500 G.A.C, FINANCE CORPORATION 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company Laganiport. Indiana' TELEPHONE S101 Offlct Hours: Daily 9-5; Wednesday I Saturday Ml DR. 0. L. BRAUN FOOT AILMENTS R.g. Podiatrist Foot Specialist Office 314 North St. 1OGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wiidn.idayt t Fridoyi <> tc 4 W:«U OFFICE 115 Wilt 5lh St. Mon., Tu«l., Thuri., Sat. » to * Piru PHon.i GRIDIEY 33474 got immediately. boot h. Peru Boy Now Home After Heart Surgery PERU—Mickey Lee Alspach, 10- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alspach, 324 W. Fifth street, has recupterated sufficiently from a delicate heart operation that he has been allowed to return home. The boy was operated on at Riley Hospital in Indianapolis on Nov 7. Twelve persons gave blood for the boy. 5144 Pleasant Hill Gr««nhou« Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers 110 E. Mark«t Strut Phon. 3«0* Rugs-Carpets Upholttery Venetian Blinds TA.1CE PELLET GUN City police Sunday afternoon confiscate a pellet gun from a 14-year-old boy on Riverview street aflcr other youths reported that he a ad been firing the gun, narrowly missing one boy. 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