Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1931
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^iVi,^«;,:^ PAGE FOUR KosstrrH cmwft ADVANCE, ALQOMA. IOWA 13 White's GROCERY SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JAM— Raspberry, Quart APRICOTS— Fancy dried, 2 Ibs. _ FLOUR— Mother's Bread, 49 Ibs.i $1.25 PEACHES- NO. 10, Big 3 sliced 59c PRUNES— No. 10, Big 3 APRICOTS- NO. 10, Big 3 peeled... 69c CHERRIES- NO. 10, red pitted 98c SOAP— Swift's Naptha, 10 bar?, 28c (jh.e (jift of lasting beauty 'T'HERE is no time like the present, and there Is no •*• present that can compare with a Bulova ... For after all, the Bulova watch is world famous for its unrivalled accuracy and its exquisite beauty of design. Here's a gift that is as beautiful as it is useful; a gift that will give a lifetime of enjoyable service. Select your Bulova from the complete assortment we are now displaying... A hundred different models for Men and Women ... all styles and shapes . .. $25 to $2500 F. W. Wehler & Co. Jewelers Phone 240 Correct Time Optometrists Friday and Saturday Specials BARTLETT PEARS LARGE NO, 2i/ 2 CAN Black Berries 2 NO. 2 CANS OREGON PRUNES LARGE NO. 2V- CAN GIANT DIRIGIBLE BALLOON w-» Q r-t T-« With the purchase of 7 BARS FOR — CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 25c Evergreen Corn 3 C Fol25c GENUINE GOD FISH POUND BOX AM. OIL SARDINES 5 CANS 25 C IDAHO RED BEANS FOR MAKING HOME MADE CHILI These tender, thin-skinned beans are the best for this purpose. 3 POUNDS FOR 25c BLUE ROSE RICE 1 POUNDS 25c Pearl Tapioca 2 POUNDS 25c Dwarfies PER PACKAGE 21 c KOBB-ROSS FKUIT GEL The easily prepared Gelatine that never fails to jell when you follow directions on the package. 4 PACKAGES FOR GARDEN TOILET SOAP 6 25c RUB NO MORE POWDER LRG. PKG. 21C LIGHT HOUSE CLEANSER 2 9c MOTHER'S COCOA For a beverage and general Q POUND baking purposes m* CAN GOOD AKD CHEAP MATCHES, 8 BOXES 27c BUDLONGS, OF TITONKA, HEAR GLOBETROTTER Titonka, Feb. 10—The Roy Bud- longs and the Jay Budlongs drove to Buffalo Center Friday evening to hear Francis A. Flood, world-traveler, writer, and lecturer. Flood and "Jim" Wilson, of Ames, reported their trip around the world on motorcycles In an interesting article published in Wallaces' Farmer sev- j ernl years ago. Wilson contracted i'ever while in a foreign country and although not fully recovered, is now working at Ames. Flood's lecture Friday evening: covered a trip to South America, where for a time he was with the American girl traveler and scientist who attracted much newspaper attention by attempting i to go deeply into the unexplored territory of Brazil to study the Indians. The government of Brazil refused to give her permission for such a dnngeroue undertaking. Flood considers Rio de Janeiro the most beautiful city in the world. He also declared that middle-westerners in the United States are "the chosen people" of the world because of prosperity here compared to other nations. Flood's lecture was illustrated by slides and .moving pictures which made the scenes seem real. The lecture was under the auspices of the Community club, and the proceeds are to go for library work. The lecture was held in the schoolhouse, and an unusually large crowd attended. Flood will -spend two months this summer exploring the island of Borneo. Alponlan Tetlg of Holy Land— Sirs. E. J. Rawson, Algona, told of her vlsft to the Holy Land a year ago in a talk at the Methodist chnrch Sunday morning, under the auspices of the Woman's Home Missionary, socfety. Mrs. Rawson. gave an interesting talk, describing some >f the places she had visited. She ihowed some pictures she had taken vhile abroad, and also displayed ome articles- purchased over there. The collection went to the Home Missionary socfety that Sunday. 'arty for Cfinffren Planned— A Community Children's Story Hour and Valentine party will be icld in the Legion room next Sat- irday afternoon from 3 to -4 p. m. 'or boys and girls from 4 to 12 rears old. There will be stories, games, and patriotic songs. The larty is sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary, and' is one of a series of story-telling hours to be held every two weeks till' school is out, when it no doubt will be carried weekly. Hayfield Defeats Tit'onfta Team— The Titonka basketball team lost a game at Hayfield Friday night, 11-26. Attending from Titonka were the R. C. Balls, Mildred Krantz, Stanley Larson, Paul TIenan, John Wood, the Rev. L. G. Gartner, Ruth and Alice Gartner, Helen Beed, Edith Maye BudTong-, Irene Callies, Violet Slack, Aletha Schreck, Fay Rolfsema, Bernice Larson, Dorothy :iark, Beryl Banta and Miss Well- S. S. Class MI WWiier Roast— The Kings Daughters entertained at a wiener roast last Thursday night. Members- are: Hazel Miller, Loraine Peterson, Helen Beed, Bernice Larson, Pauline Blackley, Beryl Banta, Lois Heifner, and Fern Krantz. Their guests Included: John Welhonsen, Clifford Krantz Edward Satoff, John Gartner, Wilber Schramm, Stanley Larson and Donald Banta. Auxiliary Answers Help Call — Answering- an emergency call for work, 23 members of the Breen Post Auxiliary met with Mrs. W. J. Denton, president last Thursday evening. Two quilts were tied and fin- Mrs. Rasmus Hansen,,Mrs. Charles Cooper, Mrs. Martha Bon&cker, and Mrs. Christensen, at her home last week Monday afternoon. Dewey Hutchinson, who, attends a Mankato business college, spent the week-end here with relatives. The R. J Tidmans entertained their bridge club at a 6 o'clock dinner last week Wednesday night. Supt. and Airs. R. J. Tldman attended a schoolmasters' meeting at Bancroft Saturday evening. Bernice Bobbenhouse, teacher at Rudd, visited the A. M. Petersons over the week-end. Maurice Kiel Is working at the Howard French home redecorating the woodwork. Clarence Cooper entertained his bridge club last week Wednesday night. The H. E. Rachuts drove to Ceylon, Minn., Sunday to visit relatives. Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Hansen, Iowa City, spent the week-end here. LAKOTA DOCTOR AND NURSE AT ALGONA WEDDED Lakota, Feb. 10—Dr. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Williams, Fort Dodge, and Vera, daughter of Mayor and Mrs, Albert Ogren, Algona, were married at the parental home at 6 o'clock last week Wednesday evening In the presence of Immediate--relatives. The Rev.. Mr. Coleman, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Algona, was officiating clergyman. Dr. William's f» a graduate o f the Iowa "U" medfeal: college and has been Lakota's physician two years, having succeeded! Dr. Schuell. Vera was born on' Whw Ogren farm west of town, and slits attended the school near her home. Later she attended h'Eh school. at Algona, was graduated from Cornell) college, and taught the home school! two years. She then took a course in nurses' training at Chicago, and for some years has been superintendent of the Algona hospital. Dr. and" Mrs. Williams are already at home, in the Mrs. Charles Thaves residence. Friend of Mrs. Ed Kahl Dies— Mrs. Ed Kahl received a message Sunday morning that Grandma Ansinson, of Buffalo Center, had died. Mrs. Ansinson came from Norway, and was Sfl years old. She had lived at Buffalo Center 40 years. Of late years she had made <her home with a son who manages a restaurant at Buffalo Center. . She had been active till two weeks before death. Mrs. Ansinson and Mrs. Kahl had been friends since the Kahis lived at Buffalo Center. Funeral services will be held tills week Tuesday afternoon. Gus Stlenhoff Buffa'lo Center, son-in-law of Mrs. Ansinson, and his son, Ellsworth, Fort Dodge, with the latter's wife, came Sunday to visit the Kahls till after the funeral. Mrs. Ellsworth was formerly Ruth Kahl. brother Henry, OlSon, and wa* then to BO to Esther vllle to visit 'hen parents. Mrs. E. Hardin, of Thompson, was the guest of her daughter, Dorothy Hardin, last week-end. Miss Hardin Is a teacher *ln the local public schools. The Bert and the Herbert Pattersons, near Swaa City, spent last week Sunday with their mother, Mrs; Sarah Patterson. There was a dancing party at the Woodman hail week Wed^ nesday evening, with a large attendance. Arend and Walter Hnns and John and Ted Holkum spent last week at Wi'mar, Minn., where they visited brothers. Mrs. Delia "Smith entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her grandson -Roland Jr's. 15th birthday. The Gus Torines and the Jerry Heetlands visited the Alrec Boeck- holts, near Titonka, Sunday. Mrs. 'George.na Noble went to Swea. City Friday to Visit the Samuel Warburtons. The Library Aid cleared $21.15 at a dinner at the library last week Tuesday. The Harold Pierces were Mason City visitors Sunday. swEAcim NIGHT SCHOOL MEETS AGAIN Swea City, Feb, 10—The agricultural night «chool at the local scnooTfiotise last week Monday nfght fiad Its usual good attendance, 66 men and 1 49 women registering-. The men studied hog--honse construction, arof a demonstration on- errttfng raft- iers- -mur given. At the next meeting' Ifhw men'* subject wflT be; What is Hog Market and How Does it TTte womeuf's- class' last week IstudieoT desserts, cTa'ssffyi'ng" them ! and' stressing kind's which- dtr not too much- time for preparation. Freaton, the domestic- teacher, ftad 1 prepared 1 dfsfres' of apricot' fluff and" chocolate date- cuatard wm'cn tire' women sampleo" and 1 found" excellent. . Recipes' were- exchanged". TTi-e suffj'ect at tlie next meeting- will' be special diets-,, and 1 this- will' be handled by STurlef Body, new county home demonstration' agent'. Plans arc being laio? for night school" graduation exercises- Mbnd'ay even-ins-; February 23". A play,. music, speeches, and" a bvcrrquet are- being considered". • Committees- ha been appointed" and' are already- at Men Entertain JTofliers', Last Thursday night tlie IT. E". SCHOOLMAST FIX B, B, TOURN •in i •— ;RS OR :YS S-neca, Feb. 10 — Seneca entertained the County Schoolmasters c'.ub at Bnmrieft Saturday night. Twenty-seven persons were served at a banquet nt the Bradley cafo, aflor which the .school superintendents had a business meeting: while the women attended a movie. Supt. Hammond, of Grant, president of the club, presided. The chief business was drawings for the coming county basketball tournaments. The girls' tournament will take place February 20-21 at Lone Rock, and the drawings for the preliminary games follow: Group 1, Bancroft vs. Wesley, Friday at il;:30; Group 2, Seneca vs. Ledyard, Friday, 2:30; Group 3, Lu Verne vs. Lone Rock, Friday evening; Group 4, Wihltte- more vs. Fenton, Friday evening. Saturday afternoon the winners of Group 1 and Group 2 will be opponents, and -the winner of Group 3 will play the winner of Group 4. That evening, the winners of the last two games will play for .the county championship. In order to give the players more rest between games, It was decided to stretch the tournament over two days. Supt. Moore, of Laurens, wl'l be referee; Mr. Carpenter, Ledyard, Iscorer; and the Rov. Mr. Gladstone, Lone Rock, timer. ffeason itlckets for the tournament are '50 c for students and $1.25 for adults. Single games cost 25c and 50c. Recent county girls' champions are: 1027, Lu Verne; 1928, Whittemore; 1929, Lu Verne; and 1930, Seneca. The schedule for the boys' tour- nument was also made out. This tournament will be held February S7-28. .. .Only one member of the. School' masters club failed to" attend the meeting. The following persons were in attendance: Supt. and Mrs. G. D. Hart, and Coach iPohlman, Kancroft; Supt. and Mrs. Weir, Btrrt; Supt. and Mrs.lBelken, Fenton; Supt. and (Mrs. Hammond, Grant; Supt. and Mrs. Grabau, La- ftotar Supt. and Mrs. Lauritzen, S 1 i^ Mitfihi &M.¥ %jf£A __ Bupti «nu Jura, Lonei iwtfc: Supi, Kate Skinner 1 and Coach (Miss) Swanson, Lu Verne; Supl. and Mrs. R, L. Rossman, Seneca; Supt. and Mrs. l*gani Swea City! Supt. Mid Mrs. Tldman, Titonka; Siipt, and Mrs. SVanson, Wesley; and Supt. Roekford, Whit- temoffc, ' Mrttbtf's Birthday Observed— The Roy Osborns, the .Charles Osborns, and the Laurence Safctons gathered at the parental^VIlllam CM- born home Saturday evening, the occasion, bolng Mother Osborn's birthday. Ice cream and cake were served. Mrs. Mnrtln Thompson Passes- Mrs. Martin Thompson, who had been confined to her bed since January 24, suffering from pleural pneumonia, died at her home Sun- Aiffe hbt known at this writing •AM Will Meet February The Lutheran. Aid win Airs. P. H, Jensen's February ifl. at ing for quilt tops. The Aid Is and cutting Jensen Feeding 40 8toor s _ J. H. Jensen bought snven of feeding steers from \Viit« Wilbur Richmond, near Ar' Saturday. Mr. Jensen no w choice feeding steers. Other Seneca "The Charles Osborns wore s,, n dinner guests ^at Hoy Osl was the, Roy Osborn's sov ding anniversary. .Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenc onth . c^ Sail Were Sunday dinner guests at Peterson's, near Haifa. Send a Box of Candy for a Valentine Touch her heart and win her tore hj sending her a fine Heart Box of our delMiooa Chocolates for VALENTINES PAY Algonquin Confectionery J. F. BEHLKES 101 East State Street. ALfflOSTA,. IOWA. JPIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH^ $2.95 PER HIM9REB EGGS CUSTOM HATCHIN ished, and a completed. number of garments Refreshments were served by Olive Bruns, Pearl Ricklefs, and Sadie Denton. Lea-guers Give B. C. Program— The Lakota-Ledyard Bpworth League went to Buffalo Center Sunday night and put on the following program: In the Twilight, Ledyard orchestra; hymn No. 60, congregation; scripture reading, Dale Estle; prayer, the Rev. F. O. Johnson; reading, James Logan; trumpet duet, Kenneth Thompson, Tilmer Halvorson; address, Was Christ a Dreamer? William Clemens; mixed quartet, Just for Today, Lakota; clarinet solo, V. A. Barrett, Ledyard teacher; hymn No. 92, congregation; talk the Rev. Mr. Johnson; hymn No. 142; benediction. About 30 persons from Ledyard and Lakota attended. Acorn Club is Entertained— Mosdames H. H. Murray, E. R. Worley, Jerry Heetland, and J. H. Warburton were hostesses to the 29 members of the Acorn club and one visitor at a one o'clock luncheon last Thursday afternoon at the Murray home. Committees were appointed for a ' county federation Freeh Meets With Leplon — Twenty-eight members of the American Legion met in regular session at the hall Thursday evening. ,1. A. Freeh, Algona, who is pension adviser, met with the boys to assist in giving information where compensation is needed. Post mistress on Job Ag-alri — A. M. Peterson drove to Rochester last week Wednesday and returned the same day with Mrs. Peterson, who had been In the hospital there following a major operation. Mrs. Peterson is well and back work In the postoffice. at net- __ meeting to be held March 3. Frerking sang two solos; Mrs; Mrs-. Frerking and Mrs. Turley, a duet; and Mrs. Jennie Gutknecht gave a review of Mirthful Haven, by -Booth- Tarkington. Sophomores Hold \Yi'iner Roast— The sophomores held a wiener roast Monday night at the Oakdale farm east of Burt. Each member of the class invited an outside guest. Mr. Gregory, sponsor of the class, went with them. Wesley "Wins Two Games— Titonka lost both games of a doubleheader in basketball at Wesley Tuesday night. The first team lost, 29-11, and the second team was defeated 3-G. Sunday School Class Entertained: — Mesdames E. Clemens, F. G. To- rlne, A. Q. Smith, and Eakin entertained members of the Dorcas- Sunday school class and the husbands at the Methodist church last Thursday evening. An oldtime spelling school, with Mrs. Jos. Faurtcner and Mr. Grabau as leaders, was the entertainment. Mr. Grabau and Mrs. Darg tied as winners. Thirty-five persons attended. Eileen Christ to South Dakota-, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Christ took their daughter Eileen to Blue Earth Friday, and Saturday she accompanied her grandmother, Mrs. Boettcher. to Pipestone, S. D., to visit an aunt, Mrs. Richard Bonine, who has twins, a boy and girl, born January 23. Mrs. Boettcher was to return the first of the week, but Eileen was to remain three weeks. Xlne Carloads Stock Shipped— • Nine carloads of stock were shipped Saturday. Those who shipped are John Koestler, R. L. Krantz, the elevator, and Ernest Schmidt. Brotherhood" gave a mother-daughter banquet in tire- church basement-, and 4G persons, including borrowed" daughters- iiv some- cases, were- entertained. Tire men served" an ex-- cellent meal", and' the tables were- beautifully' decorated". Mrs. K L. Weaver .was- toastmistresB;. Thomson gave- a toast on What Mother Means- to Me, and' Mrs; Mary! Moats spoke- on- My Ideal Daughter: Iva Moats and" Irene Dourte played' a piano duet. Mrs; Clara PbaVe spoke on Mothers of Testerday; and" Lole James- on- Mothers of Today. Mrs. James- Vau-x- gave EH'gar Guests's- "Motn-er," and" Katharine- and Frances Thomson sang Mother's Old" Red 1 Shawl. Little Rose Ellen Whitlow- read" Asft- SfbtlVer: Mrs-.. Ed Peterson spoke on- The Flapper Daughter, and- Ila Gushing on- The Modern Mbtfter. G'eneva Fieht gave a reading, and" Mesdames Pearson, Winter, Warner, . and' William Thompson- sang as- a quartette. The program was- interspersed" with pep songs- and" cneers. Ybunfr JTotner Bfes SiuWenly--— relatives received word 1 Saturday of the death- of Mrs. Bruce Rbyderr, known here as Llnetra, youngest daughter of Mrs. JTels- Anderson. Mrs. Royd'en had pneumonia a month or so ago, but was- thought to have recovered. Friday evening a child was born to her, and because of her weakened condition the ordeal proved fatal. Ltnetta was- born on the Nels AmTerson farm, northwest of town, and was, at death, only 19. She is survived by her mother, sister Leona, and brother Laverne. The body was brought here Monday, and funeral services were held at the Lutheran church. Burial was made beside the grave of her father, who died ten years ago. Two Morn B. II. Victories— There were two games on Swea City's basketball schedule last week, and each resulted in a victory for the locals. The high school team played Armstrong Friday night, score 37-11, and the Cardinals played Fort Dodge here this week Monday night. Fort Dodge had a record of 15 games without defeat, and Swea City a record of 12 games. There was thus a royal battle, but the locals won, 43-25. S EARLY BROILERS ARE ESPECIALLY HIGH 'S . We have added to. our hatching capacity, so we SE can now take care of this work, and to those who ;as wish to save money by having their own eggs hatched == ire are making an especially low price of | $2.95 Per Hundred Eggs "~| Get prices on our Puritas Springs Leghorn Chicks. M •» | Simplex Brooders, Feed, Peat Latter, Supplies. r BATES February 14L February 20. February 26l Maorcfc 4.. March. 1(K. March. 10, Marci 22- Wellendort Leghorn Farm and Hatchery — Algona llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllHIIIIIH IHMUIIIIH | CLOSING-OUT [..Public Sale.. == We are going to quit farming and will offer the following personal property! == at a closing out sale one mile southwest of Algona, adjoining the State Park on i S the west, on ° | Friday, Feb. 20, '31 = SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUND j Other Titonaa News. Mrs. Virgil Pendergast and Mrs. Craven drove to Forest City Tuesday to meet Milton Pendergast, who is a barber at Ellsworth, Wis. After a short visit at the parental borne, Milton took his mother to Watertown, S. D., for a week with friends and relatives. Mns. Ed Rike and Mrs. Chris Brandt entertained the Lutheran Ladies' Aid last week Wednesday afternoon In the basement of the | Lutheran church. Lunch was served. Mrs. H. E. Rachut entertained | Edith Budlong, Miss Miller, and Miss Johnson at a dinner last Thursday night. Miss Miller and Miss Johnson are teaching here. Arthur Falk, E. O. Slack, Flick Davis, John Fisher, W. J. Denton, Harvey Shultz, and Ernest Peterson attended a Rifle club practice shoot at Lu Verne Friday evening. Henry Putzstuck, who had been assisting his brother-in-law, Frank Huff, In the pool hall at Buffalo Center this winter, came this week to'work for Fred Boy ken. Mary Young entertained Five Attend Short Course— Mrs. Lou Nitz, Ledyard township delegate, Mesdames Henry, and David Patterson, Lincoln township delegates, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Loucks got home Friday from Ames, where they had attended the annual short course. All are enthusiastic concerning the work. Shower Honors Recent Bride—The young people's Sunday school class and the choir of the Methodist Church gave a shower for Elsie Harms Keinitz last week Wednesday evening, and presented a set of silver teaspoons. The Keinitzs left for Mason City Saturday morning. Father of Lakotau Dies— William Young, Elmore, father- in-law of Maynard Lester, died at the Mankato hospital last week Sunday at the age of 51. The Arthur Lesters attended funeral services at the Methodist church at Elmore last -week Wednesday. Choirs Plan Easter Cantatas— The Methodist and Presbyterian church choirs will put on Easter cantatas. TJie name of the one the Methodist folks will give Is Christ Victorious. Other Lakota. Mrs. Anna Hofdahl, Minneapolis, was a guest of her Bister. Mrs. Oran O'Keefe, last week. She -went to Algona from here to vlalt her Hatchery Incubator Is "Set"— Three thousand eggs were placed in a new incubator at the local hatchery last week Tuesday. This was the season's first setting. Twice a week during the remainder of the season settings will be started. Manager Martin Dahl says the outlook for business is promising. Ex-Supervlsor's Mother Hurt— Mrs. Peterson, who fell and wa£ hurt one day last week, is slowly improving. She is 8S, and is the mother of former supervisor P. O. Peterson. 50 Head of Livestock 501 '•««»»»••»»•»»•»»**' 14 Head of Horses and Mules 4| 110 Head of Cattle 10! Other Swea City. The Clarence Eppelsheimers and Millicent Eppelsheimer, of Plover, visited several days last week at William Thompson's. Clarence and Millicent are brother and sister respectively of Mns. Thompson. Fifteen members of the local Epworth League attended a League rally at Fenton Monday evening. Frank Thomson went to Chicago Saturday on a business mission. He will return late this week. Mrs. N. E. Noble, of Lakota, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Warburton. 2 Hplstein cows to be fresh'in March; 1 white face Guernsey cow to be fresh m two weeks; and a number of young steers and heifers, ! 5 Head of Hogs—Consisting of brood sows and feeding Good Chickens—Consisting of younc hens* ahnnr oc ~ a "• Buff ^«"*—~*«— * t * wuu i« RADIO SERVICE —and— PHONOGBAPH EEPAIBING Call 99. I E. A. GENBJCH Farm Machinery Deermg-McCornnck grain binder, good as new, only cut 100 acres- Deeringi corn binder, new; Deering-McCormiek 2-row cultivator new- John Deere corn i planter, new, with 80 rods of wire; 3-section drag? new? McCorinick-Deeriiig i mower, new; McCormick-Deering hay rake; wide tire wajon with SSe box com- wagon and triple box, complete; set of dumping planks- SCOOD board- 16-wheel disc; Hay's corn planter; about 40 shc-cks of corn fodder cTbefS frost^ loVl ^srisas MIST frost: a iot ° f *rf'g^'sfc* ff *i TERMS—Cash, or see your banker. .- _ «...__ „ - - ^wi ^^ ^^Bl^ ^^HP ™ COL, C, Q, BIDDLE, Auctioneer,

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