The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 41
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING! for Sato SPINET PIANO FOR SALE — Full keyboard Spinet Piano in this vicinity for immediate sale. Must have responsible party to take over low monthly payments. For particulars write Credit Mgr Box 613, Eau Claire, Wis. 48-49 CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS — For Holiday Enchantment, Oregon holly, painted pine cones, evergreen boughs, and unusual Christmas creations by Helen. Decorator's Workshop, '/z mile North of Fort Dodge on'Highwav 169. 48 tfh FOjH SALE — 2 OIL BURNING hot water boilers. P. R. Irons Heating & Plumbing, AJgona. 48-49 FOR SALE — 800 BALES WILD Hay, 200 bales alfalfa. Phone 370R2. Raymond Kramer, Algoa. 48* PIANOS — 2 BEAUTIFUL spinets. Also rebuilt ^4 size. All priced for quick sale. Terms available. May be seen in area. Write Midwest Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa. ' 47-48 HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES If We Haven't Goi It, or Can't Get It. It's Not Manufactured. DIAMOND'S SURPLUS 401fn GRANULATED ZONOLITE IN- sulation Rock Wool Batts and granulated wool are available for | your home. You too can insulate your home. See us. F. S. Nortqn & Son. 28wl9tfn WANT ADS BRING RESULTS FOR SALE — LINCOLN ELEd- and Cutting Torches. Welding trie welders, Victor Welding equipment of all kinds. Cook's Welders Supply, Algona, Iowa. ,. 36-37tfn FOR SALE — BINOCULARS. All sizes. 7 x 50 coated lens. $29.95 plus tax. Diamond's Surplus. 29tfn FOR SALE — FERN'S FARM fresh turkeys, dressed ready for the oven, phone 187J1 or write Fern Specht, R. R. 1, Box 218, Algona, Iowa. 43tfn For Rent FOR RENT — JAN. 1 TO APRIL 1. 5 room house, furnished or unfurnished. Ph. 1184J. Allen Hidlebaugh, Algona. 48* FOR RENT — 4 ROOM AND bath unfurnished apt. private entrance, garage. Phone 42-W, Algona. -47-48 Wanted FURS WANTED — HIGHEST prices always. See us before you sell. A. P. Nelson No. la. Fur and Wool Co., phone 2551-2553, Britt, la. 48tfn We Are Open Both I Friday & Saturday Nights F«meut PAHII "21" PM M! PMN! s«6.2S WILTGEN JEWELERS WANTED — CHAIN SAWING. Horses to break. Horse shoeing and other odd jobs. Phone 1390 R2 or see J. G. Graham, Algona. 37tf WANTED — ON THE CAR radiator and block cleaning, $5.00. Cook's Radiator Repair South Phillips street. 16tfn Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our neighbors, friends and relatives for the many beautiful and useful gifts and money received at our recent Golden Wedding anniversary, and also thanks to Rev. and Mrs Goldman, and the W. S. C. S. for the refreshments served,, and a thank you to those who furnished entertainment. Mr and Mrs Oscar E. Miller. Titonka. 48 CARD OF THANKS I am deeply grateful for the many cards and well wishes, also for the plants and rose buds. They were beautiful and so much appreciated. Mrs Emma Dehnert, Algona. 48* or THANKS Many thanks to our friends, relatives and neighbors for the many, many cards, flowers a?d gifts given to -us for our Golden Wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Will Cosgrovc. Wesley. 48* WANTED TO BUY — CLEAN cotton press rags. Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co. Run your eyes ovei these bays! P-R-I-C-E-S L-0-W-E-R ON THESE PICKED "OK" USED CARS 1951 FORD 2-DOOR — mechanically very very good, tires first rate, sold as is --„-_- ONLY 1954 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR "150" model, here's a LATE MODEL that !* really and truly the "tips" 1952 PACKARD 4-DOOR, thi» excellent road car is in fine shape, a pleasure to sell in ^Q(fl) finest condition ^5FvV i. 1950 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR fleetline model, and CA77 a mighty lot of good tar for this money ¥** • 1949 PACKARD 4-DOOR Sedan, extra clean, radio, heater, defrosters, et cetra, very good rubber - — ONLY Two of Thesel 1951 PLYMOUTHS both four-doors, both in top condition all through •_ YPU* CHQICi We Have a Group of Ford*, Chevrolet*, Plymouth*, Nashes and other make* - 1946, 1947, 1948 models - that are going out at price* axed! Take p look at 'em and pick yoyrself up a ChrU»njg| bargain! Call at Qur LJ*ed gar Lot or Qarage We'll See You Both Place*! Kossuth Motor Co. SW of Courthatiff Sqyare Livestock FOR SALE — PUREBRED Tamworth b o a r p. Farmers' prices. George Koestler, Burt. . 47-49* pUROC BOARS, WINNERS AT Spencer Algdna fairs. Official Bang* free herd. No fat backs, muscled as ihe packers demand, Otto Marian, 3»/i west on 18 3>/a N. Algeria* 47-48* FOR SALE — 20 HEAD WHITE faced feeder cattle, • about 700 Ibs. Louis Laubenthal, phone 5928, Bancroft, Iowa. 48* tOR SALE*— 60 BIO RUGGED , purebred Spotted Poland China spring Dears. With a lot of type and quality. Clarence Hock, 1 mile north Vi east of Gilmore City, Iowa. 39-52 FOR SALE — PUREBRED spotted Poland China "Boars, with lots of length. New blood for old customers. O. T. Cherland, 1V4 N and Hi E of Lone Rock, Iowa. 46-49 FOR SALE: PUREBRED BLACK Poland China boars. John Bockes, LuVerne. 45-52* FOR SALE: PUREBRED YORK- shire boars. From a litter of 15. Charles Hantelman, Swea City, phone 12F2 45-48 FOR SALE — HAMPSHIRE spring boars, new blood for .old customers. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 45-52* FOR SALE — SPRING AND aged Tamworth boars, meat- type. John Grandgenett, 3'^ mi. E on McGregor. 48-51 FOR SALE — YORKSHIRE boars. Paul Arend, Burt. . 48-49 FOR SALE—PUREBRED CHES- ter White and Tamworth Boars- George and Gail Wolf, LuVerne, la. 37tfn FOR SALE: PUREBRED HAMP- shire Boars February and March farrow. Lawrence Hansen, 1 Vt west and 1 *£ north of Wesley. 48-52 FOR SALE — REG. BLACK Poland China boars. Strictly Meat-Type. Bangs free herd. Mr and Mrs Louis H. Reilly, 2 mi. W. i* N. jet. 18 and 169. Phone 98R1. Algona, la. 44tfn FOR SALE—PUREBRED HAMP- shires — Purebred Durocs — Purebred Spotted Poland China Boars and Gilts. New blood lines for old customers. Calvin Vaudt, phone. 409, and Fritz Freyholtz, phone 116, Fenton, Iowa. 36-52* FOR SALE — PUREBRED Landraoe boars delivered at your farm. Guaranteed to satisfy at a price you can afford. J. H. Schrootcn. 2 mi no. of Fairmont, Minn., or phone collect 3115. 48-51 FOR SALE — PUREBRED MON- tana No. 1 (MEAT-TYPE HOG) Boars and Gilts, February and March pigs. Jerry and Marlcne Freyholtz, Fenton, Iowa, phone 116." 36-48* FOR SALE — P. B. DUROC boars and gilts. Good meat type. Sired by 3rd group boar Iowa State Salo. A. H. Streeter, 13 mi. S. 3 E. Wesley. 41tf FOR SALE — YEARLING Hampshire boar, good breeder. 11 9 yearling sows bred for last of Jan. or first of Feb. farrowing All longtime vaccinated. Phone 2520. Clarence Casev, LuVerne. 48* FOR SALE — PUREBRED Chester White Boars. Spring and Fall. Farmer Prices. G. F. Whalen, Titonka, la. 43-48* FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS. Ed Broesder. Phone 55W2, Lone Rock. 48* FOR SALE — DUROC~BOARS, a few good ones left. Sired by our Grand Champion boar at Spencer fair in 1955. John F. Weber, 2 miles east of Irvingtpn on the black top. 48-50* Machinery ALGONA IMPLEMENT USED MACHINERY 1953 Model No. 8 Mall Chain Saw, A-l $125.00 1948 Ford V8 F-l Pickup, less than 30,000 miles. A-l and priced to sell. 1940 Massey-Harris 101 Sr., Very good $425.00 1943 SC Case with cultivator. overhauled and A-l „- $395.00 1—200 T Spreader SPECIAL Brand new No. 200T IH Tractor spreaders. You make us an offer to buy or trade. TIRES 2—10x38 6 ply Tractor Rears, WE ARE NOW AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR ADMIRAL FREEZERS! ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 52 Algona • 48 Ellingsons Of Ottosen Have Silver Wedding pttosen—.sMr and Mrs Melvin Ellingson observed t their 25th wedding anniversary on Thanksgiving Day with the following dinner guests at their horrte: Mr and Mrs Peter Movick and Mr? Orvillc Oppedahl and children of Maspp City: Mr and Mrs John Benjamin of Buffalo Center; Mr and Mrs Harold Landmesser and family of Gilmore City: Miss Helen Hedgeson of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Ernest Habeger and family, Mr and Mrs Julius Harms, and family and Otto Berninghaus of West Bend: Mr and Mrs Lew Johnson and Sharon of Rolfe and Mr and Mrs Eldon Ellingson and Roger of Burt. In Ihe afternoon, Mr and Mrs Clyde Gingerich and Mr and Mrs Joe Traub of West Bend were callers. P.W.O. Meeting The Presbyterian Women's Organization held a regular meet- ing Friday afternoon in the dhurch parlors with' 'Mrs Chester Alme and Mrs Mike Coyle hostesses. The vice president Mrs Jess* VanBuskifk was in charge 01 the meeting in the ebsence of the president Mrs G. I. Purdy who was ill. Mrs Earl Long and Mrs Ralph Richards read short articles and Mrs Mike Frohling sang. Mrs Eugene Hofius ana Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk also read articles. The next meeting will be the Christmas meeting, Dec. 16. WM. TJADEN CLOSING-OUT FARM AUCTION Having decided to move to Illinois, I will sell the following property at public auction on my farm located 4 miles West and 4 miles South of Algona Highway Junction 169 and 18, or 4 miles East and 3 miles South ot Whittemore. THURS., DEC. 8 Starting at 1:00 P.M. CATTLE 3—3-year-old White face heifers. bangs vaccinated. 1—3-year-old Shorthorn heifer, bangs vaccinated. 1—7-monlh-oJd White face bull calf. I—7-month-old White face heifer calf, suitable for 4-H work. Zumach Lunch Wagon on Grounds 25 PICS Weighing 140 Ibs. Longtime Vaccinated 300 BALES HAY Mixed Red clover, alfalfa and timothy, in barn 100 BALES STRAW Wire tied, in barn MACHINERY & MISCELLANEOUS • 1950 DC Case tractor with lights, starter, hydraulic and wheel weights, • Comfort cab heat houser, • 4-row cultivator, • Horn- draulic manure loader with snow bucket to fit Case. • 1950—4-row IHC corn planter and 160 rods of wire, f 1152-2-16" Case hydraulic plow, t 1548—A. 6 Case combine with mo.tor and pickup, t 1949<— 2-row Case cornpicker, • 1950—21" Minneapolis springlooth. • 1952 T-42' Ottowa elevator on rubber with overhead hoist and speed jack. • 12A Jfew ld.ea tractor manure spreader. • 15' John Deere disc. • 4-section drag with folding evener. t Case 4-wheel rubber tired wagon with flare box- 2 years old. • Case 4-wheel rubber tired wagon with «we bo*, t I'xlt' liit ra,pk on rwbber. f |'*14' flat rack, t 4-wheel rubber tired wagon with box. • 10" John Deejre Hammermill. t 50* Hammermill belt, f John Deere endgate seeder- f 5' IHC mower. • 6' IHC mower. • 300 gallon gas barrel, stand and hose. * 2 steel water tanks with hog waterers, f Wood saw on rubber with 2 blades. 0 Stone boa*, • HoJary Power mower, • Post drill and other small tools, f \— 35-bushel Hog feeder and *-r* s ,'b 1u » h *l Ho « fw4w—in good ship*. • Feed shed S»l on skids, t J4 xjr lent, f Qihar articles too numerous to mention. « • All Machiuwy Has Beep §hedd«d when not in ufe and has had. thf Best oi £are , HOUSEHOLD GOODS ~ Chre»e kiteben *et with 4 chairs, war*robe. rocking chair, colfee tafele. chairs, studio couch, living room suite, picnic table and other furniture. TE«M8: CASH. No property jo be removed until settled for. Not responsible for Accidents WM, H. TJADEN Yungeberg & Quinn. Auctioneers — Iowa State Bank, Algona, CUrk Calvin Haug, son of Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug was four years old Nov. 23. An all day visitor at the Haug home that day was the little boy's grandmother, Mrs Marie Haug of Bode. : -Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Eugene Hofius home were Mr and Mrs Alf Lee and family of Britt snd Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and family. The family of Mr and Mrs Oliver .Kinseth gathered' at the Kinseth home for .Thanksgiving 'dinner. Those present were Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and Susa.. of Algona, Mr and Mrs Robert Naeve and son of Dakota City, Mrs Marie Haug of Bode, Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and family and Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family. Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Donald Brandhoij home at Bradgatd. Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen attended funoral services Tor ner brother-in-law, Harry J. Richards at -Des Moines last weekend. Mr and Mrs Ted Underberg joined a family group for Thanksgiving dinner at the Kenneth Underberg home .at Livermore. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Vincent Salz home were Mr and Mrs Charles Salz of Whittemore and Mr''•arid ' Mrs George Kjar of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Reinald Salz and"* family visited at the Vincent Salz'home Sunday afternoon. Guests at the Louis Kelley's for Thanksgiving dinner were 'Mr and Mrs C. E. Kelley and Col. and Mrs D. M. Fowler .of Twin Lakes, Miss Marran Fowler of Cornell College, Mt- Vernon, Mr and -Mrs J. L. Howard of Schaler, -Robert Kelley and* daughters of Sexton and Margaret Kelley, student , at Drake University, Des Moines. • Mrs Manda Mitsven and Alton >Iitsven and Kathy Guggisberg of Bode and Dorothea Falleson of Bradgate .were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Percy Wat- nem home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kroeger and -family of Laurens and Mr and Mrs Gerald Iverson and family of Storm Lake were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Jesse VanBuskirk home. ' Mr and Mrs Eugene Struthers and, family and Mr and Mrs Wattson Struthers were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Ralph Struthers home. , Mr and Mrs Robert Loos and Christine of Ottumwa were Saturday and Sunday visitors ai the parental Raymond Loos home. Other Sunday dinner guests at the Loos home were Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Deanne Teiford home were Mr and Mrs Edward VonBank and family of Rolfe., Mr and Mrs Edward ZinneJ and Leslie Ann. Mr and Mrs Roy Teiford and Larry, Mrs Caroline Teiford and Lawrence Teiford and Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobspn and family. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Merle Holt horne were Mr and Mrs John Mullips and sons. Mr and Mrs Leonard, Mullins and Don and Mr and Mrs Bill Shipman and family, all of'Corwith. Mr and Mrs Duane Kropf and family of Creston spent the Thanksgiving weekend with the parental Sam Kropfs and with her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Skattabo at Wallingford. Sunday a post Thanksgiving dinner at the Sam Kropf home included the Duane • Kropfs. the Richard ' Kropfs, Ihe Harold Kropf family of Dakota City and Mr and Mrs Clarence Skattabo of WaUingfard. MOBILE HOMES TRADE NOW! Why net live in warmth) Qet one of f UR - They're worm! KING'S KOURT Trailer Sales Webster City. Iowa Phone 1211 14 tfn FARMS FOB SALE or WANTED Loans — Free Inspection Farm Management iMMITT KNAIY Phone 2?91 — LuVerne. la. Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehrspann had a special Thanksgiving when their son and daughter-in-law and family, Dr. and Mrs Donald Wehrspanh and family of Joliet, 111. were here for the weekend. Elmer Bennett of Loveland, Colo, was a recent visitor at the Louis Kelley home. Mr and Mrs Kelley are brother and sister. Mrs Howard Thompson was honored at a pink and blue shower Sunday afternoon at the Sherman Silbaugh home in Humboldt. Attending from Ottosen were Mrs Thompson, Mrs Irvin Movick and Eleanor and Mrs Magnus Bratland. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family returned home Sunday evening following a five day vacation trip to South Dakota. Mr and Mrs Deanne Teiford entertained friends at a 500 party Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle entertained friends at a seven o'clock dinner at their home Monday evening. Those present were/ Mr and Mrs Loran Daniel, Mr and Mrs Donald Larson, Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs Kermit Fowjer, Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel, Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and LeRoy Worby, and Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer. Funeral services for Mrs Marie Anderson, long time Ottosen resident, were held Friday afternoon at the St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode. Mrs Anderson was born Aug. 24, 1872 in Norway and died at a rest home at Clear Lake, Nov. 22. Thursday, December 1, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine*-? TYPING PAPER 98e ream Upper Des Moines Services WEAVE-BAC Repair Burns, Moth Holes Tears in Clothing ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP 15 E. College St. Phone 837-W Algona Talk Ways To Aid Storage Grain bin superintendents, office managers, and district and state ASC officials met in Algona last Monday for an all-day meeting on the subject of" better ways to store grain and maintain bin sites. There were 97 present at the sessions, held in the VFW building here. Speakers included Harold Brightwell, grain storage specialist of the Iowa ASC committee, A. W. Trick, area grain and bin supt, and other district and state officials including Max Soeth of Estherville, member of the state A.S.C. committee. C. R. Schoby, district A.S.C. supervisor, and Virgil Rohlf, Kossuth A.S.C. office manager, acted as hosts and handled arrangements for the meeting which included representatives from 24 counties in the northern part of the state. Brightwell told the group that there is an investment at present of three quarters of a billion dollars in corn and bins around the state, to emphasize the value of the Commodity Credit property that the grain bin superintendents and maintenance crews watch over and maintain. F-R-E - E LOANER TIRES While We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Tires See Us For All Your Tire Needs Low Prices Easy Terms BRADLEY BROS. Let Us Solve Your PLUMBING & HEATING PROBLEMS * Emergency Service Depend on us any hour of the day or night when you need expert plumbing or heating repairs. CALL 1070 SIGSBEE PLUMBING & HEATING Algona UDM Want Ads Pay Dividend! Beverage Headquarters LOWER PRICES Barry's Recreation Now Available In METAL For Long-Lasting "NO HUNTING" SIGNS Easily Seen - Red Background with White Letters! Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. Phone 1100 Algona COAL Delivery City pr Country PHONE 229 F. S, Norton & Son COLWELL BROS. AUCTIONEER; ieqdy, Willing and Anxious'to Conduct Ypur Auction Sales, leal Estate or Property Sales. Years of Experience in Auction work. Graduate* of Jones National School of Auctipneering. Phone HUGH at 44$ or LEEatSlFll ALGONA TELEVISION and RADIO SERVICE When you buy a television set or a radio, you want to know that there is prompt, expert ser vice to back up the sale. That's what you'll get when you buy from GENE'S RADIO & TELEVISION (7 Years Experience) Phone 215-W Algona Across from Norton's Lumber BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Phone 520-W, 1008, 787-J, 1452-W for evening appointments Established 1925 Easy Terms ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC Radio & Television Service Phonograph Records Popular — Children — Classic KOSSUTH RADIO Milton Dahl 214 E. State Phone 1190 UTI14TY BUILDINGS QUONStl IMMEDIATE PfUYElY lots come in pairs, four, or six. Financial Term* Easily Arranged MILLER §teel Building Co. •, Phone 1990 Milw. B**M A*** POST BINDERS — FOUR DIF- ferent sizes, toplock in black mitation leather or blue canvas. Also ledger sheets and A-Z indexes to fit. Upper Des Moinei DIRECTORY PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS Collins, Thompson and Willis Professional Engineers Morton W. Bittinger, P.E. Manager, Algona Office 122'/i E. State Phone 1372W Civil — Agricultural — Municipal Land Development INSURANCE ALG&NA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R. LaBarre and R. C. LaBarre Surety Bonds—All Lines of Insurance 206 East State St. BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone 12.1 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge St. Phone 103 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone 251W KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over 49,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. Lola Scuffham, Sec'y MAURICE THOMPSON Insurance For Every Need Service - Savings - Security 610 East McGregor St. Phone 1368 . HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House Household Goods, and Many Other Forms Phone 93 Ted S. Herbsl ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Iowa Farm Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor A. J. RICKLEFS All types, including Life, Accident, and Hospitilization Insurance Phone 354 HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing Slate Farm • Ins. Co,' 300 E. Elm St. Algona Phone 841 AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL OPTOMETRISTS Drs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Specialists in Vision 9 East State Phone 564 Hours: 9.00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoons DOCTORS J. N. KENEFICK. M, D. Physician & Surgeon 21B W. State Street Office Ph. 300, Res. Ph. 326 MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office Ph. 197 Res. Ph. 19 C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician 108 So. Harlan St. Phones: Office, 310; Home 444 DR. R. A. EVANS. M. D. Specializing In Asthma ALGONA, IOWA DENTISTS DR. KARL H, HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone 44 Residence phone 116 DR. N. J. KIU-ET' Office over Hall-Strahorn Hdwe Office Phone 605 Residence Phone 425 DR. c. p. SCHAAP Office over S & L Store Office phone 991 Residence phone 174 BEAUTICIANS MODERNISTIC BEAUT SHOP Valeria — Orpha 501 South Dodge Phoae, 390 STAB BBAU?r SHOP Alke Wilkins Delores Hackb^-th 118 N. Moo/e fcH 279

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