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JNEW OFFICERS FORW.S.C.S. AT LU VERNE , Mctho- . C. S. met Wednesday 'community hall with a " attendance, and officer* nslalled by the pastor, the oberl Phillips: Pres Faye vice, Mrs. Albert Gen- r cording sec, Mrs. Gerald ra e . cor, sec., Mrs. Elmer ti Insurer, Mrs. Ed Dehn- '' ,,-Miries — social relations dlS church activities, Mrs. jold Sorenscn; missionary edu- Mrs Earl Neal; literature 1U Student work, Mrs. Ralph Davidson; status of women, Mrs. am Goetsch; missionary per- knnnel Mrs. W. Hunt; publicity D printing- Mrs Robert Phillips; spiritual life, Mrs. Ray , m a y.edge service, Mrs. Phillips sang, and soft music .was blayed, Lngelical's Annual Held— (The Zion Evangelical church Lid its annual fellowship dinner fend business meeting at the community hall Friday, Dec. 29, and h crief devotional service was led bv the Rev. P. H. Beckman, pas- ir who was also general chair r na 'n There was little change in Dersonnel elected: Paul Blumer, leelected trustee for three years; ^dw. Marty, two years; Fred Merkle, one year; class leader, F. C Fritzemeier, assistant, George Merkle; pianist, Mrs. P. H. Beck- Inan, assistant, Mrs. Henry Miller; church school, Supt. Elmer llerkle, assistant, Lawrence Mar,y; treasurer, Bernard Wolf; sec- •etary, Melvin Marty. Miss Merkle Here for Winter— . Esther Merkle, on leave of ab- lence from the Red Bird mission Ichool at Beverly, Ky., will spend •he winter with her parents, Mr. Ind Mrs. George Merkle. Carl Merkle, Minneapolis, was a guest Jif his parents last week. . Other Lu Verne News. Cpl. Ncrem Tjeram, Kingfnan, biz., is recovering from a minor fcperation, according to word ;ceived by Mr. and Mrs. O. S. und, who have also received word that their son Pfc. Adolf |01e) is' now in New Guinea and work in a headquarters of[ice. Maxine, daughter of Mr. and s. Roy Guy, is now at Minne- Ipolis, where she is keeping louse for her father, who is in lefense work. She is employed flft time in a drug store. Florence Hof, Luverno assessor, lid G. M. Will, township asses- bt, went to Algona Friday to at- end an assessors' meeting. • • [Mrs. Flora Raney is spending he winter with her son-in-law! nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. rei, Reinbeck. • J The H. D. Ristau son Oryin is |ow m Germany, or was recent- according to word received ere. I Mrs. Henry Pergande returned Tuesday from ten days with fel- Itwes at Peoria, 111. ]The Presbyterians will meet fixt Wednesday at Mrs. F. G. tagist's. I Mrs. Mary Hoyerstein left y for Richmond, Calif. Mne Arthur Satres have return- to Rockford, 111. IPPIN6?ANO NOTES PRAISE CHAS.BOEVERS I An Associated Press dispatch many daily newspapers 'ughout the United States rely regarding Lt. Charles «ven, son O f Mr. and Mrs. Ho- Boevers, West Bend, who es m an anti-aircraft auto•™ c weapons battalion, told t° W ^ks, cooks, and mechanics his headquarters battery gnt bravely in the front lines rwven days to hold back G.er- 'inzer forces in the recent ,... ?. whi <-'h had made deep JWtrauon of the American sec- Week's lone Rock Locals th , a L dis P atch was print- d'tl Mrs ; Boever s h »ve re- Q ( f s from a11 over lhe i S)lat ? s - Thev came ad- R Residence of Lieut. S Boevers, West Bend, mi n « nd by other addresses. lo?k e ri * ere sent fr °™ New C hoenix - Ariz and other a has COI "e from son , es Boevers, who is a orth "f°l, Geo - w - Boevers, U ( u A1 ! ona ' a " d whose he former Nellie w at- ye «* *go an Algona f»ea City Youth in Ward Seizure V' 8-Capt. Ger' ° rmer Swea c »tyan, «™y officers sent to izpH Mo " t gomery Ward under order oj «r, and Mrs. Henry Gettman attended a Birthday Circle meeting at Mrs. R A Bleich's, Burt, Thursday. The Band Mothers gave a 500! card party Thursday evening in the school auditorium. There were nine tables of 500, Mrs. C. M. Gross high, Mrs. Karl Ewoldt low for women, A. H. Hanna h«gh, George Long low, for men; Charles Schultz winning door. Mr. and Mrs, John Trunkhill, Burt, spent Thursday at Hiram Ackarrnan's. The Roy Jensens and Hans and Tena Jensen spent New Year's at Otto Jensen's. At Albert Shaser's were the Ralph and Walter Thompsons, Mrs. Lillie Thompson, daughter Neva, and the Ronald and Reynold Ortmans, of Burt The A. A. Krucgers, the W. J. Cottons, and the Roy Jensens were evening dinner guests at' Ernest Jensen's. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath took their daughter Charlcne to Spencer a few days ago, continuing by blis to Peterson, where she teaches. A miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Walter Boeckholt, nee Mildre,d Elmorej was.,given at ••the Good Hope church Thursday,' 64 guesfe. attending. Mrs. Boeckholt opened gifts, and lunch was served .by" the .hostesses,. Mesdames Orlan .Rutledge, D. C. Gardner, ,Ben 'Reid, Arnold Harlan, Jens Sorensoft, John McNeil, Roy Lee, Wm. Rath, and Lillie Broderson. , Cpl. Eugene Radig, of the air corps, spent New ; Year's with his parents,. Mr. and: Mrs. Alex Radig. He. is from Great Bend, Kans. . t . Edwin, son of Mr. 'and. Mrs. Hugh Walsh, left Monday for the air corps at Biloxi, Miss. .Mr. and Mrs; 'Everett Hanna were New Year's dinner .guests of Mr. arid Mrs.'\Sumner Parsons, Burt. Mrs. Dora Laabs, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Laabs, the Paul Voigts, the, Harold Gross-family, the Donald RadigsJ and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Meyers were at Leland Haritelmanls, .Fenton, in the evening 1 . , . .',.""'... .Mrs. ;Roy Chrischilles .spent Thursday .afternoon at Mrs. Henry Schrpeder's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weirier spent last .week Sunday. till. -Tuesday at . the daughter Mrs. Schroeder's. Henry's parents,. Mr,- and'Mrs. F..F. Schroeder, . Fentqn, spent • New Year's night, there, v ' .Sunday dinner guests .of ,,Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen were the 1 John; Thompsons, Royal, the G. H. Dptys,. Mason City, Mrs. Harry Montgomery, and her daughter Susan Jane. The Dotys Were ther<? for the weekend. Mrs. Doty arid Mrs. Thomsen are sisters.. ..:•••:. "•.:•'::• •',:•: "••'. . ; -i- v : .--. •. ; The M. O. Richards .family spent' last . .week. Sunday,; with Mrs,, Richards'.'parents, - Mr. arid Mrs. W.'.L. Bilsborpugh,.-Algona. .A party • in hcirior of Eldon HMrlburt, : who i$ in- the- navy, was given' last •-week : i "Tuesday evening at Ralph Hurlburt's. Eldon left Thursday ; ifor. San. Francisco to awai't further orders. At- teriding the party, were Emil Kraft, son.Clarence, Mo. MM. 1-c., of :the navy,, Ewoldt and Lucille Haack,, Wihtia /Laabs; -JEu- gfine. Broderson, ••LyeHa; 'Bierle, Mr.- »h4 Mrs. JlifcseU'Bates, Mr. and Mrs.";j$chuyipr B^te;s,.the;El- dori Marlowi; the Or'n.ie; Sieboldt, and Jos. Behrends families, Mr. and Mrs. • Dorialdv HUrlburt, Al- gpha; and'Helen Jtenseh; :- '• i . ; Mr. arid' Mrs.. Hiiirvey Jergenson, and Mr. and Mrs. Dean ,Jergenson, Algona,, were . last week Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Dean Jergenson's parents, Mr. and: Mrs. Frank'Flaig. : Clarence Kraft, Mo. MM. 1-c., only son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft, arived recently ; on 39-day leave, after two years in the navy. He serves on an L. S. T., and will return to Norfolk, Va. His grandfather, Gus Kraft, Algona, with Mrs. Hugo Gade and her children, spent last week unday at his home. With his mother and sister Ruth, he spent New Year's with an uncle; R. G. Borchardt, East Chain, Minn. The Legion Auxiliary met last Wednesday at Mrs. Ray Bierstedt's, nine members and two guests attending. The Donald Radigs spent last week Tuesday at Frank Schal- lin's, Algona. -. The Don Moores, Emmetsburg, arid the Clifford Muellers spent New Year's at Wilfred Mueller's, The Harvey Raths were at Lawrence Rath's that night. The George Longs, the Leonard Warners, Bancroft, the Asa Warners, Ledyard, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Marvyn Ackerson, Wesley, spent Sunday at Clarence Ackerson's, .Wesley. , A birhday party for Mrs. Alf Jorgenson was held Saturday, Dec. 30, at Mrs.-Ray Snyder's, and attending were Mesdames Harry Montgomery, A. A. Krueger,. Roy Jensen, W.. J. Cotton, Angus Cotton, Ernest Jensen, and Ralph Beane. .The Mite society.met Thursday at Mrs. J. M. Blanchard's, and a potluck lunch w^s served. The Ralph Beanes spent their Chriatmas vacation with Mrs. Beane's parents, Mr. and Mrs, S. S. Askelson,- Gilbert, her sisters, Mis. ; Edw, Peterson, Story City, and Mrs. Ed w. Dodds, Aipes, and Ralph's father. B. H. Beane, and brother, R. R. Beane, et Le Grand. Mr. Beane spent a day at a qoaghing school at Des Moineg. ' ,. • NAMED SECRETARY. Cedar Rapids, Jan, 6 — Mart E Schemel, son of Banker and Mrs. Eugene A- Schemel, Algona, la., has been elected corresponding secretary of Alpha, chapter ot the Alpha Delta Alpha fraternity at Coe coll*g«. «e is * junior. KOSSUTII COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA FAMILY NEWS OF WATSONS, EX-IRVINGTON Renewing his subscription, R. M. Watson, San Francisco, many years ago Irvington Northwestern agent and Advance correspondent, writes: "We are in the midst of the rainy season, and already have received 3.42 inches above the normal seasonal precipitation. This makes everyone happy, for it goes far towards insuring good crop conditions this spring. Snow is already 29 inches deep at Soda Springs, high point in the Sierras. "Our Christmas was as happy as we could hope for, with our sons Paul and Bob far out in the Pacific, the former in Dutch New Guinea at last reports and Bob roving the high seas on the battleship Massachusetts. Both complain of the heat, aside from loneliness for home. "We ate Christmas dinner at our son Dick's at Redwood City and celebrated the, third birthday of our eldest grandchild, Beverly Kay, born oh a Christmas day. Dick lately bought a home. He and John have both been employed in shipyards since early 1942. Our daughter Ruth is still at Miami, Fla. "My duties with the Coast Guard in a voluntary port security force have •• become arduous now that the novelty has worn of, but the need is more evident than ever, and I will hope to continue throughout the wars." Mr. Watson's wife is a sister of Gus Sjogren, who has a suburban grocery store a block east of the Bryant schoolgrounds. Woodmen Officers Stay for Duration , The Woodmen had an oyster supper at Paul Richardson's Wednesday evening. At a December 6 meeting it was decided that officers should hold for the duration: Vernon Casler, Venerable Consul; Bert Baldwin, secretary; Paul Richardson, treasurer; J. A. Brownell, Wm. Ether- ingtoh, Harry Winkle, trustees; Charles Hoffman, sentry; William Seipman and Melvin Sills, escorts. Carmody Recalls 1882 Emmetsburg Stirred by a 1906 picture of the Emmetsburg business district in that.town's Democrat, Thos. Carmody,'Whittemore deputy postmaster, wrote a letter to Editor Gilbert Knudson on the business district as he first saw it in 1882, and the letter was published in the Democrat of Dec. 28. Mr. Carmody's parents farmed near Emmetsburg when he was a boy. Whittemore Club Elects Officers Whittemore, Jan. 8 — A large group o: business men gathered at the Main Cafe one evening recently frr 6:30 dinner, then went to the ci.y hall, where election of Commurity club officers took place: vice, A, Andrew Mike Bi._. „ mittec, [A. D. Brogan,""Herbert ZumachJ Conrad Alig, Maynard Azeltine Ewald Rusch. 'resident, Gene Martini; D. Brogan; secretary, S. Elbert; treasurer, sen Jr.; executive com- UNBORN PUP IS SAVED, THOUGH MOTHER DEAD Lotts Creek, Jan. 8 — Richard Potratz here recently received a newspader clipping relating a curious [circumstance in the vicinity of Zelandia, Sask., Can., land. A picture of Emil and his wife sent by his cousin Emil Potratz, whose parents in mid-pioneer I times lived on what is known as the 'P. J Dahlhauser farm southeast of Whittemore, tout left some 50 year.4 ago for North Dakota, later for Saskatchewan, where Emil new owns 2600 acres of Picture of Emil and his wife accompEnied the newspaper story, which related to a pregnant Pekingese dog which died last Julv. Mr. Potratz thought her pup; had died with her, but on performing a Caesarean section was surprised to find them still alive. There were five of them, but four shor.tly died. Mr. and Mrs. Potratz decided to try tc raise the remaining pup, so kept it warm with blankets and electric pad and for a few days feel it a teaspoonful of milk every h ur day and night, and at orts it was normally nd healthy. The dog's appeared in the photo- PAOE THIItt LUVERNE GIRL VISITS PINEY WOODS SCHOOL Luverne, Jan. 8—The Piney Woods Negro school in Mississippi, well known in Kossuth, was visited last week by Hulda Fritzemeier, Luverne, who was en route home after a visit with the Carl Langs at Abilene, Tex. Miss Fritzemeier found the school most interesting. She met the former Bernice Boldridge, Irvington, now Mrs. Monroe McLauren, the school treasurer, daughter of the William Bold- riges, Irvington. The school is located on a 1000- acrc tract of land 20 miles from Jackson, Mississippi capital, and the land, with the buildings, is valued at $250,000. It is largely an industrial school, and its aim is -to help the Negro to a higher standard of living. Laurence C. Jones, native lowan, graduate of the Marshalltown school and of the state university, is principal, and one building is dedicated to Iowa friends who have made large donations. There are 300 students. The school is Christian, but undenominational. Cpl. William Boldridge, son of the Irvington couple, is now in France. FORMER SALESMAN HELPS HUNT DOWN JAPS IN PACIFIC last re sturdy picture graph o Lako tan a Patient mond J Wirtjes, tient at geant s Pacific before i DINNER FOR ALGONIANS. Whittemore, Jan. 6 — Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward had as guests for New Year's Banker and Mrs. R. H. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton, Attorney and Mrs. Joseph Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauberg, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Streit, Dr. and Mrs. Carl Hoffman, and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Greenberg, all of Algona. DENTAL 'PREXY/ Dr. B. F. Dewel, son of Wm. C. Dewel here, has been installed as 1945 president of the Evanston, 111., dental society. His practice is limited to orthodontia. Netherlands East Indies, (Un- dated)—Pfc. Edw. C. Fisher, Field Artillery, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Fisher, Algona, la., where his father is a cemetery sexton, recently completed a> year of duty overseas. Member of the class of '41 in the Rolfe, la., H. S., Pfc. Fisher, 20, was a salesman for the B. & F. Sales Corp., Fort Dodge, la., when he was inducted into the army in February, 1943. He received his training at Fort Dodge. The tall artilleryman is a veteran of the Hollandia operation, which cut off the entire Japanese 18th army and advanced Gen. Douglas MacArthur's forces several hundred miles nearer Tokyo. A brother is in the navy in Europe. » GREAT-GRANDCHILD FOR LUVERNE PAIR Whittemore Gunner Given a Promotion A 7th AAF Heavy Bomber Base in the Palaus, Jan. 3—Harold W. Wehrspan, Whittemore, la., a gunner, has been promoted to staff sergeant, it is announced at this 7th AAF Liberator bomber base. The sergeant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehrspan, and he entered the AAF iri February, 1943. • WAR BONDS are your chance to be financially well after the war. his saviors. at Army Hospital Dewitt General Hospital, Auburn, Cjalif., Jan. 2 — T-4 Ray- Wirtjes, 29, son of Henry Lakota, la., is now a pa- this hospital. The ser- erved in the Southwest war theater 18 months eturning to the States. -* SIGH SALE BIDS. Swea City, Jan. 8—A farm sale was-held Friday at Henry Larson's, a half mile west of Swea City, ard Holstein cows sold at $90 to U75. A car belonging to the Larson son Harvey was sold to Raljh Blekfeld, who lost a leg in service overseas. Harvey Larson left Saturday for induc- nmunson OPTOmCTRIST DWELLINGS . HOUSEHOLD GOODS - FARM PROPERTY R.S. Blossom Insurance Agy. General Insurance LOW RATES AUTO - TRUCK •*...Bonds — Work Compensation'— Healti INSURANCE — Accident — Life 5tf THE ENDURING FLAT WALL FINISH , /HAT * difference a little paint makes I In just a few hours and without upsetting the household, Tona-Wall transforms dingy, shabby walls into surfaces of charm and beauty. The 12 velvety, pastel colors and White afford a wide range from which to choose a pleasing background for furniture, draperies and floor coverings. This rich, flat wall finish it especially suitable and popular for use on the walls of living rooms and bedrooms, Tona- Wall is as durable as it is beautiful and may be washed repeatedly, with soap and water. It flow* freely, levels out and flats perfectly; will not flake off and is light-reflecting. Get, Colo* «*fd for intcrtttmg color suggftitiofis. Cowan Building Supply Co. AtGONA, IOWA VHOKJB 875 Luverne, Jan. 8—Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers became great grandparents for the first time recently, when their granddaughter Betty Griffith-Hudson gave birth to a daughter. The father is Wil- j liam Hudson; the grandmother I the former Alice Rogers, now j Mrs. Ellis ('Bob') Griffith. The : , announcement reads: I LHI Bulletin Lexington, Ky., j Dec. 10, 1944—The Lexington Bureau of the Associated Press today acquired a new copy girl, Carmen Alice Hudson. She was granted immediate leave, and is vacationing at the Good Samaritan hospital, Dr. A. J. Whitehouse said. Hudson is with the Associated Press in Kentucky. /M; WONDER TH&AU. SAY BERTs Those rolls smell so good, I Just can't wait for supper! Imagine a girl as pretty as you being such a wonderful cook, tool ELLEN: You're just a flatterer . .. and I love It! These are "no-kneading" rolls. They're made with Fleischmann's yellow label Yeast, the f • extra, vitamin '— kind I WIIATA&fWNPWAVTO GCTMORE VITAMINS.' FLEISCH/VWNN'S IS THE ONLY YEAST FOR BAKINO THAT HAS APPEO AMOUNTS OF | BOTH V/TAMIAJS A AND D/ AS WEIL AS THE VITAMIN B COMPLEX!; And all those vitamins go right into your baking with no great loss in the oven. Always be sure you get Pleischmann's Yeast with the yellow label. A week's supply keeps in the ice-box. fTM FREE! SEND FOR ME! ovea 40 PACES OF RECIPES IN THE NEW REVISED EDITION OF FLEISCH/VWNN'S FAMOUS •THE BREAD BASKET.' DOZENS OF WONDERFUL IDEAS FOR BREADS, ROLIS. ^ DELICIOUS SWEET BREADS -„ WRITE FOR YOURS TODAV.' For your free copy, write Standard Brands Incorporated, Grand Central Annex, Box 477, New York 17, ^lilllllHIIHIIIHIIIIIIIlllllllllllllH CLOSING-OU As I am quitting farming and moving to town I will hold a closing out farm sale at my farm located 6 miles south, 4^ miles east of Algona, 5 miles north, 2£ miles west of Luverne, and 1 mile east of Galbraith, on ¥, JANUARY 18th = SALE STARTS AT NOON LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS 1 Head of Horses Well-matched team of bay mares 8 and 9 yrs- old, wt. 3500 Ibs.; Chestnut sorrel mare 9 yrs. old, wt. 1800 Ibs. I 25 Head of Cattle 25 S 8 cows, freshened m last 3 months, part of which are nursing calves as follows: S 2 2-jr.4oId Shorthorn cows; 2 JJ-jr.-old white-face cows, good milkers; 2 red Shorthorn milk cows in =a good production; 1 Shorthorn roan cow nursing % calves, has been milked; 1 old Shorthorn cow = nursing 2 calves. All haye been rebred. ^ 1 long yearling heifers, grade white-face, all bred to white-face bull; 1 Short- S horn heifer calf, 9 mos. old; 9 white-face calves from the above milk cows. | 10 * * Head of Hogs - * 10 = Good-size cross-bred Duroc-Poland China gilts, bred to extra good Duroc boars, H to farrow April 1. (Six to farrow on the same day.) 1 250 "~ CHICKENS 250 =5 White Rock Pullets, well developed birds, to have been our hatchery flock. § HAY—15 tons baled hay, mostly alfalfa, some timothy and clover. MAf*U|IJFPY J ° lln I)eere manure horse-drawn spreader with short tongue for tractor hitch, nearly lriMl»IllRtll I new; J. I). 15-ft. tractor disc, good condition; J. D. 9-ft. disc, good shape; J. D. tractor plow, 2 16-in. bottoms; J. D. 8-scc. spring tooth harrow, about 9 ft., new; 4^>ection harrow with levers; walking plow; potato marker; Keystone side delivery rake, good condition; Dain hay loader, in good shape; 12-ft. dump rake; McCormick 5-ft. m6wer with truck; McCormick 8-ft. binder; J. 1>. 999 horse- drawn planter, nearly new, with truck, 160 rods of wire, bean drill attachment; Victor endgate seeder, low feed, with grass attachment; 2 single-row cultivators, one a John Deere; 2 wide-tire wagons, with good triple boxes, 3H-\in,; high-wheeled wagon, with triple box. 'Wide iron-wheel running gear and good solid rack with removable sides and ends; J. 1). hand corn sheller, good; pump jack; tractor tire-pump for Model A tractor; feed grinder; 12x10 brooder house, used one year, double floor, on skids; oil brooder stove; chicken waterers and feeders; 12x18 tenant house, well insulated, newly papered and painted, 8x12 linoleum rug on floor, chimney on outside, dou- Me floor; & single A-shaped hog houses; McCormick-Veering electric cream separator >'o. 8-S, new in April, 1948; iron kettle, 40 gal; covered galvanized tank, 100 gal. 4 50-ft. gas and fuel barrels; 2 15^gal. oil barrels, with some oil in them; several 5-gal. gasoline cans; wheel bajrow; lwrrel-cart; 8 hay slings, slat type, one 0-ft. wide; 400 ft. of %-iu, barn rope; 2 hay knives; 2 sets of slip tug harness; several good horse collars, big si/es; good h.eavy fence stretcher with chain and clamp bar; rope wire stretcher; 2-iuan saw, «-ift; heavy one-man saw; stone hammer; post maul; 80-ft. endless 5-iu. belt; grindstone; anvil; other small articles. HfllKFHAI h finnftC Mouurcu white e«»«»«l kitchen range, used 8 years; Heatroia heating stove, ilUUJLllvLI/ UvvlrJ large, in good condition; Sturdy heater, medium size; Winner Oak, small heater; 2 beds, complete, 1 mattress, large; 2 tables, 8 kitchen chairs, 2 rockers, piano stool; buffet, small dresser, commode; Dazy churn, wash boiler, fruit jars 2-qt. and l-<jt. size; 20-gal. crock and Srgal. crock; baby bed, baby bath.jtub, high chair; child's desk set, doll bed; other small articles. TERMS—Cash, or make arrangements with your banker, nothing to be removed until settled for. JOSEPH J. WADLEIGH | COLWELL BROS., AucU. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk illlllllillllllllllllllllllllH : • ... - . ••: . -. . •..-. ': : '""N ^B

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