Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 30, 1931
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f 1 > ,i>'u. | v^if^^^^^^^f^^^^'^^f^ff^f 1 TWO ROSSUTH AttVAMtitt. ALQ6NA. IOWA leaned-Pressed Repaired < Elk Cleaners and Tailors \ Phone MO Attend the Church Picnic and Bazaar AT ST. JOE Sunday, August 2 Afternoon and evening. WEHLER Doctor of Opli(" 'uric lenses. fur iv or far visior 1 v fitted for v< $8.50 H"nr«» *< H. m. f<t ft p. m. F, W, WEHLER & CO, I" ,.n>. -210 Uitonii. Inuii Only 1 1 0 Round . 11/ Trip INDIAN DAY AT TITONKA FIXED FOR AUGUST 15 Tltonka, July 28 — The twenty- seventh annual Indian Day celebration will be held Saturday, August 15, this year, It was decided at a mass meeting called last week at the Pannkuk Coliseum. The meet- ng was attended by 2fi Tltonka business men, who elected H. A. French president of the committee, Wm. Boyken, secretary-treasurer, and the following sub-committees, chosen by vote: concessions, F. C. Wentz, Dr. H. I. Torgersen, H. C. Schweppe; advertising, Lee O. Wolfe, Ray Bonackcr, J. E. Wilson; booster, Dr. Pierre Sartor, Harry Becd, B. W. Shepard; baseball, Wm. Batt, J. E. Bleich, S. J. De Vrles; street sports, L. B. Larson, Dr. W. F. Hamstreet, Gilbert Nelson: rest room, J. E. Falk, W. H. Ricklefs, Were visitors at the Eric. Peterson home Saturday and Sunday. Lela Adamson, Des Moin.es, who has spent several weeks,, >vlth tho Fred Adamsona, returned to her lome Saturday, the Fred Adamsons taking her as far .as Brltt; Mrs. William Schutjer spent Saturday and Sunday with her husband, who Is 111 In the Kossuth hospital, Algonn, recovering from an appendix operation. The William Youngs, Lake View, Kell Mr. Young worked for J. E. jn the railroad and on the $16 TO Chicago AUGUST 1ST AND 15TH KETURN JvIMIT 1C DAYS Tickets also on sale at ONE AND THREE-FIFTHS of the ONE WAY FARE for the ROUND TRIP On sale July 30 and 31, also August 13 and 14. RETURN LIMIT 90 DAYS Wm. J. Denton; amusements, L. F. Callies, H. C. Allts. M, S. Craven The following are the guarantors for the Indian Day: H. A. French, Ailts Service Station, Harold Johnson, H. I. Torgerson, B. W. Shepard, Fred C. Wentz Wm F. Batt, Tltonka Savings bank, Nate Walsh, O. E. Miller, W. F. Callies Estate, E. H. Seed, Bonacker Bros., J. A. Bleich, W. H. Stott, M. S. Craven, S. J. DeVries, W. D. Strickler, C. F. Callies, Titonka Produce company, W. H. Ricklefs, A. B. Pannkuk, Dr. Pierre Sartor, J. E. Wilson, J. D. Isebrahd, Lee O. Wolfe, J. E. Keil, Falk Motor company, W. J. Denton, Homer Downs, R. L. Krantz, H. E. Rachut, Frank D. Fisher, W. F. Hamstreet and E. O. Slack. Fonr-H Girls to Meet Today- Jean French and Leota Oester- riecher will entertain the 4-H girls at French's Thursday afternoon. Each girl will bring every garment she has sewed this year and the best garments will be selected for the county Achievement day at Algona at which a demonstration will be given including several talks. Tltonka Loses Night Ball Game— A night ball game was played at Corwith last Thursday evening between Titonka and Corwith, and the score resulted 9fl in Corwith's favor. In attendance from Titonka were Mrs. William Batt, E. O. dray In 1905 and 1906. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and son William accompanied her sister, Mrs. Brown, and the latter's eon to Rodman Friday to visit the wo- mes's parents. Mrs. Charles Cooper, Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, Mrs. Rasmus Hansen, and Estelle Bonacker spent last Thursday at West Bend, visiting friends. Mrs. Ray Bonacker entertained her afternoon bridge club laet week Thursday. Mrs. R. L. Krantz won tho high 'score; Mrs. L. B. Larson, low. The Ben S. Klelsts and the Pearl Moorcs, all of Rochester and the Ruth Hansens, Butte, Mont., called on the Otto Folks Sunday afternoon, The Edward Zwiefels spent Sun> day at Algona visiting Mrs. Zwie 1 Eel's sister, Mrs. Rose Hefty, who Is a patient at .the Kossuth hospital. The Kalvlne Selkmiere, Cheyenne, Wyo., and Mrs. Bessie Bowers, Nasuwa, are spending several weeks with the John Keils. Mr. and Mrs. William Davidson, Ringsted, and son were Sunday guests of the L. B. Larsons and the Raymond Bonackers. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe got home last week Monday from Saronberg, Kas., a nephew visited where she and her home folks. The Mesdames S. B. and W. P. LINCOLN F, B, HOLDS ANNUAL SOCIAL MEET Lakota, July 28—A large , crowd attended the Lincoln township Ffcrm Bureau Ice cream social 'Friday evening. This Is an annual affair at the Helko Adams home, and the money Is used to pay expenses of delegates to Farm and Home week at Ames. County Agent Morrison brought up three reels of moving pictures, one a travel picture, one n comic, and one a Farm Bureau picture. Three Mexicans who work for the Olsone furnished music. The women cleared $18. No more meet- Ings will be held till September. S. S. Class Has a Picnic— Fourteen members of ,the Metho- dlet young people's Sunday school class, with their teacher, Mrs. J. H \Varburton, and assistant teacher Mrs. Jos. Faulkner, went to Wood's Lake, Minn., for a picnic • supper Thursday evening. After supper eome of the young folks had a swim. The class president, Pearl Estle, held a short business meeting, and plans were discussed In regard to the membership. No Church for Two Sundays— A Methodist Bible Conference will open at the camp grounds at the Okobojls next Sunday, and It was decided Sunday morning to hold no church or Sunday school services at the local church on August 2 and 9. This will give everyone an oppor- Wlnters fathlly Vtelted the C. 't>. McCoys at Brltt Sunday. Dale Estle stayed for a week's visit. Mrs.jJ. H. Warburtort attended a Farm Bureau executive >board-meet- ng at Algdna Saturday night. Donald Woriey left Monday to visit with the George Rlrtderknechte at RlngBted. Grandpa Klenltss has during the last week. been sick Llichfteid tWth them to visit th* Lloyd Nelsons tot several Weeks. Bobble Lee and Lotd kloeke, of Hollahdale, Minn.,' are staying with their grandparent*, the J. N. Met" rlls, while their parents are spending a week in the Black Hills. Alt* Kloeke was Leone Merrill before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Carmeftti, JUl tickets good In coaches, also /sleeping cars on payment for space .occupied. Travel by Train Fast—Comfortable—Safe The MILWAUKEE ROAD 3431 French, Algona, were callers at Howard French's last week Tuesday. Members of the local Lutheran League drove to Clear Lake Sunday to attend a convention. tunlty to attend the conference. The pastor and his wife will spend part of the time with her folks at Knox- vllle. \ "Just leaving, dear-Well arrive at ten" Out-of-town friends always are home when you arrive if you let them know you are coming, by— LONG DISTANCE ^fjHTrgv. Rapid. ./ffA\Lota Cost Slack, the William Boykens. the John Falks, and the H. C. Schweppes. Gartners A'lslting 1" Ohio— The Rev. L,. G. Gartner and Mildred and Alice started yesterday for Ohio, where they will spend two weeks with relatives and friends. Mildred, who has been working in Chicago, and has been visiting her parents, will accompany them to Ohio and then return to Chicago. Goes Through Rochester Clinic— Otto Falk returned Saturday evening from Rochester, where lie was examined at the Mayo clinic. A goiter was discovered and he la to return next Monday for an operation providing the treatments have built him up so that his condition is favorable. llcconl of Leg-Ion Auxiliary— The local Legion Auxiliary during the past year has sent 1,589 new magazines ranging- in price from 10c to '35c to veterans, and at an average cost of 20c, the magazines' total valuation would be '$317.SO. Matilda Falk is magazine chairman. Balls A'lslting 1 In > T cw York— The Dr. R. C. Balls left Friday for New York state, where Mrs. Ball was reared. They traveled via Wisconsin and took Doctor Ball's IRVINGTON'S CORN FIELDS NEEDING RAIN Irvington, July 28 — Some threshing runs will be finished this week, and others will last a week or two yet. Some farmers report an unusually small yield, but a few report fairly good "yields considering the hot weather. Many corn fields here, especially those, in sandy soil, are beginning to turn brown and will soon bo permanently damaged unless rain comes soon. There is a shortage of potatoes and other v«ge- Telephone Pole Fonnd Ablaze— Harold Pierce was called to Bancroft Sunday by a report of trouble FORMER STOCK BUYER VISITS AT BANCROFT Bancroft, July 28—As A. Reynolds, Redlands, Cal., came a week ago for a week with his friend, R. N. Bruer. Mr. Reynolds was a stock buyer here some 30 years ago and later moved to Armstrong, where he was a hardware . dealer. Mr. Reynolds left his home In California the first part of April and has been visiting old friends elnce. He expects to go home September 1. He will be 74 years old next month and. Is travel- Ing alone. Lupin Movie House Sold— James West 1 purchased the Star theater from Frank Lupin in a deal completed last Thursday. The Wests came here from Burt when th» "talklee" were put In and they were employed at the theater. They have rented the Lena Schluttner home In the north end of town. The Lupins will continue to live here as he owns the mill. Newlyweds Home from Tom- Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Welp returned Sunday evening- from New York City, Niagara Falls, Washington, D. C., and other Eastern coastal points, where they epent their honeymoon. They were marreid at St. John's Catholic church July 8, by the Rt. Rev. Monslgnor J. D. Flsch. Mr. daughter Georgia and son Bvane, went to Lake Okobojl Friday to spend a week. < Antoinette Mart and G. A. Underkofler are assisting at the Carmean drugstore during their absence. The G. D. Harts and Zoe and Wlldo. Burge, of Cedar Rapids, took Mr*. Mary Segar to fort Dodge Monday, and the latter boarded the train for Carroll, where she will spend a week visiting her sisters. The Lutheran Aid Will meet this afternoon at the Mrs. Oscar Granl home. Mrs. Granl and Mrs. O. H. Peterson will be hostesses. The Lu- ih«f League %Ml »n««t at hef home tonight. The JtohH Segars, Llvermore, visited .(he John Williams, the O, D. Hart*, and MrsYMary'8e|tar Sunday. John Is a eon of Mr*. Segar ana ft. brother of MM. Hart and Mrs. Williams, Mrs. J. A. DeVlne and children returned Wedriesday from Hutchln- son, Minn., where they spent a •Week at the Johti Kennedy home. The women-are sisters. Mrs. Leo Whalert, Mason City, and two children and Leone Sandechulte, Minneapolis, are visiting the Joseph Sandsch'ultes. They are daughters of Mr. SandschUlte. • Wllda.and Zde'Burge, Cedar Rap- Ids, came Thursday to visit the G. D. Harts. The Harts and the Burge girls went to Lake Okobojl Tuesday for a few days. , Georgia .Carmean returned • (Frl day from Rockford, 111., where she spent a month Visiting her sister, Mrs. Earl Elliot. The c, o the . J. PartneMn t Store thoro ' Smiths, ut . """> it costs ns high each subscriber M because of ii m | toa " Advance circulation trary, le aiich t ' about one cent ADVANCE" POP the. "ET BEST ] on the telephone line. A telephone pole three miles north of town was found on fire. The gross along the roadside was burning, and .It was thought that the fire was set by a live cigaret thrown out of a passing car. Electric Pumping to be Tried— The town council has approved an Interstate Power company offer to install an electric motor, for use In pumping water. The company will demonstrate the difference in cost between gas and electric power. If electric power proves most economical a motor will be purchased. tables. Sclilchtls Have Visitors— Mr. and Ms. B. Poole, o£ Muscatine, and grandson Daniel, of Phil- adlphia,. called at.the-V. J_ Schichtl home last Friday evening. They were en route to Muscatine after spending several days at the Fred Asdrews home at Staples, Minn. They were accompanied by Lucile, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. An drew, who is to remain at the Poole home indefinitely. Daniel always spends the summer at Musoatine, returning east only in time for school. Mrs. iPoole- is the mother of Fred Andrew, and Mrs. Ray Kayler, near Burt, at whose home the travelers visited several days. Mrs. Poole is driving a new Pontlac. mother to her home where they remained at till Monroe, Monday. Sauerkraut Day Date Fixed— Sauerkraut day will be August 29. Committees have been appointed: Dr. H. H. Murray, chairman; Raymond Smith, secretary; Harold Pierce, manager of concessions. Free byns, sauerkraut, -and wieners will be furnished as heretofore. Welp owns the Welp Produce -and Hatchery, Now Devlne Office Girl-— Alice Grethen, Mallard, started work at the Dr. J. A. Devine office Friday. She stays with her aunt, Mrs. John Williams. Florette Welp, who has been working there, will return to Omaha in September to finish, her nurses' training at Crelghton university. Miss Welp has one year left. Editor Hntton Is Recovering— Thos. Garry, A. H. Deitering, Henry Theis, and Vlggo Chrlstenson were at Rochester, Minn., Sunday to visit R. E. Hutton, who is at the Colonial hospital there. Mr. Hutton was operated on last Thursday, and is getting along fine. ' in Rain Is. Badly Needed— Threshing is well under way this vicinity, and the grain is reported of good quality. Rain Is needed for corn, as it is firing on the sandy ground. Pastures are bare, and gardens are ruined. Hon Pannkuk Itlrthday Observed— Ben Pannkuk celebrated his 72nd birthday a week ago Sunday. All of his children and grand children except Clarence and George Pannkuk were with him. Works on Corporation Farm— The AVllllam Ricklefs left early Monday morning for Scarville, where Mr. Ricklefs will assist Ma.x Selvers, manager of the Collins Farms. Philip Hiifflngton Recovering 1 — Philip Buffington, who is dan- fined to the Park hospital at Mason City, is somewhat improved, but will be there at least two weeks longer. Tltonkn Juniors Defeat Garner— The Titonka Junior League baseball team defeated the Garner team Sunday aftersoon and quite a few from Titonka attended the game. Depot Grounds Beautified— James Ard, depot agent here, delivered several crates of spring chickens at Orange City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ard have raised and sold several hundred early chickens and recently bought several hundred more late ones. The Ards sell either live or dressed chickens. They have also beautified the grounds around the depot with a thrifty and well kept vegetable and flower garden. New Schoolliouse Takes Form— Work on the new school building is progressing rapidly. The brick work on the outer walls will be finished this week, and the carpenters and plumbers will commence work next week. Edward Tliaves Store Closed— Edw. Thaves sold hie stock of goods to a Mr. Galloway, and the goods were trucked away last week. Truman Turley was managing the store. Ed is now selling life insurance. John Llcsveld "stM Abed— John Liesveld's condition continues about the same. He has been confined to his bed since July 4, suffering from a blood clot in one leg which causes him much pain. IN ALGOHA M 6 t F. S.NORTON </bONS ** C4MT00M/*. r I'LL BET AFR-AID OP Kcrmlt Larson Is Laid TJp— Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson's son Ke.rmit, who works in a hotel at Clarion, came home last week Tuesday, laid up with a sprained ankle. Four-H Club Plans Luncheon— The Busy Bees, 4-H club of Titonka, will give a combined lunch eon ana bazaar in the Methodist church basement August 1. Aid lo Postpone Next Meeting— The Aid met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. \ern Barker, with sixteen members and seven visitors pifftnt. The afternoon w:is spent socially. Mrs. William Bold- ridt;e was assisstins hostess. Ttv? collection totaled $ 1 f>5. Because of threshing and hot weather there will be no more meetings till A gust 27. Embroidery Club to Picnic— The Cresco embroidery club met last week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Allie Brown, with 12 present at the program. The next meeting, August US, will be the annual club picnic. Mrs. Woodwork's Mother Sick— The E. G. Woodworths spent part of lost week at Ocheyedan with Mrs. Woodworth'e mother, who is seriously sick and has been bedfast for some time. Hllmer Han sen Brother Weds— The Hllmer Hansens attended a wedding reception at Frost last Thursday evening in honor of Mr. Hanson's brother, who was married recently. Hoy's Arm Broken In Fall— At play In the yard at his home last Thursday afternoon, Roger Larsen broke a bone in his left arm in a fall from a table. We're not afraid to give extra courtesy and extra attention in the smallest matter. We know friends for us. it makes FS MORTONS/SON - FUELS run HEATING PhOHE ^29 ALGOHA :f Hand Hurt In Wringer- While helping with the washing last Thursday Geneva Bobo had a hand seriously Injured In the wringer. She is recovering. Dunce Draws Large Patronage— A large crowd attended the dance at the Pannkuk pavilion here Friday night. The Dixie Cotton Pickers played. U'lllluiu Schutjer Has Operation— William Schutjer had an operation last Thursday morning at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. Other Titonfta News. William P. Vickerman, of Coleman, S. D., who has visited his daughter, Mrs. Eric Peterson several months, returned to his home Tuesday morning. He was accompanied by Mrs. Peterson, who will visit relatives and friends there. Paul Sekers and a brother, both of Cudahy, Wis., arrived last week Monday to visit the Frank Hagens. Paul got a job helping thresh for Jay Budlong. The boys are former Titonkians. The H. W. Kennedys, Bldora, drove to Titonka last week Wednesday and left their son 'Robert and daughter Mary with the Harry Beeds for the rest of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Buahford, Waterloo, and son Donald and Mrs. Harry Stevens, Kansas City, Mo., Other Irvington News. Mrs. Paul Hudson and daughter Arvilla spent a few days with Mrs. Hudson's sister, Mrs. Ed AVolf, near Titonka. The Robert Spurgeons were Sunday guests at the Eliot Sldlling home at Algona. Harold Pelter, of near Burt, visited friends here several days recently. Helen Dole, of Garner, spent Sunday at the Fred Dole home. Mr. and Mrs. John Sever, Kenny, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth England, of Decatur, 111., came a week ago Sunday to spend a few weeks' with the Vern Barkers and other relatives In this vicinity. Mrs. England and Mrs. Barker are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sever. The David Blythes recently hod a letter from Mrs. -Stella Wright, of Portland, Ore. Mrs. Wright and her husband formerly owned and occupied the farm where the Armour Lemkees are now living. Mr. Wright died several years ago. Evelyn Dole spent several days last week with her aunt, Mrs. 'Robert Dutton. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole and Marvel also spent several days last week visiting relatives at Bancroft, Mason City, arid Marble Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riley and Mrs. Charles Sankey spent Sunday at Eagle Grove with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Scott. Mr. Scott, cousin of Mrs. Sankey, is critically ill with cancer. The Ralph Lee family attended a Lee reunion at Lake Cornelia last [Sunday. They were accompanied home by Violet Lee, of Webster City, who will spend several days here. Mrs. Clifford Schroder and son Roger, of Milwaukee, arrived Monday morning to spend a few weeks with Mrs. Schrader's parents, Mr. and Mr§ ; V. J. Schtchtl. Mrs. Robert Buckley and children are spending several days with Mrs. Buckley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coleman. I/akota Loses to Ledyard— Ledyard and Lakota played ball on the Lakota diamond Sunday, and' the score resulted 9-7 in favor of Ledyard. Other Lakota. Mrs. I. E. Wortman's sister and Doone Man Has 1280 Acres Here— B. P. Hoist, of the Hoist Publishing Co., of Boone, was In town Saturday looking after his farms in this vicinity. Mr. Hoist owns two sections of land in "the Bancroft and Ledyard vicinity. Ex.-It. B. Agent Tlslls Here— T. P. Guenther, cashier of the First National bank of Hubbard, visited the J. J. Shermans Monday. Mr. Guenther was station agent for the C. & N. W. here for two years, leaving in 1913. Daughter for Baker Conlon— The Adelbert Conlons have a girl born last week Wednesday morning, named Theresa Ann. They have two other children. Mr. Conlon owns and operates the Conlon Bakery. Supper Is Well Patronized— Mrs. Ray Miller and Esther Adolphson gave a supper at the Baptist church baeement Thursday evening and a good-sized crowd attended. Other Bancroft News. Frances and Regina Berens, Emily and .Evelyn Welp, and Mrs. A. J. Berens drove to Waterloo Friday to get Marguerite Welp, who visited at the E. H. Brink home the last three weeks. Mrs. Mary Holloway, who visited friends here since last week Tuesday, returned to her home in Waterloo with them. Mrs. Kate Bolster, Waterloo, is spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Stauder, while her son William Is spending two weeks in New York City. Mre. Bolster keeps house for William in Waterloo. Her daughter Lucille, who Is a registered nurse at Fort Dodge, brought her here. Theresa Rector, Wesley, came last week Wednesday to attend the Investiture of the Rt. Rev. J. D. Fisch. Mies Rector attended St. John's high school here the past two years. She also visited at the A. H. Fuchs and H. J. Deitering homes. Mrs. Anna Soderberg and son Fridolph drove to Lltchfield, Minn,, Thursday to visit the Leo Hulter- stroms. They returned Friday evening. Evelyn Behrman went to the latter's husband, the Robert Browns, of Oklahoma, are visiting here. The Wortmans and their guests drove to West Bend to visit the grotto Saturday, and Sunday they went to Eagle Grove to visit their, father. The Browns are on the way to New York City, where they will live. The Rev. Mr. Frerklng and hie family came home from their cottage at Twin Lakes last week Wednesday, but left Thursday for Marion, S. D., to visit relatives. Mr. Frerking preached at the Presbyterian church there Sunday. Paul Johnson, Kanawha, and a Miss Robinson, of Allerton, were guests of the F. O. Johnsons last Thursday. The Johnsons and their guests had a picnic supper at Wood's Lake, and the visitors went home in the evening. Mrs. Harold Pierce's mother, Mrs. H. H. Keesee, and a niece, Dorothy Farris, both of Ellsworth, also Mrs. Pierce's sister, Mre. Beatrice Farrls, of California, visited here last week Wednesday and Thursday. Bert Kienitz's brother John and his family, from Montana, were Lakota visitors last week. They were on their way to Rochester, where a child will enter the Mayo hospital. Gprald Ukena, who attends school in Chicago, Is spending part of his vacation at 'home. He preached Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church. '**' Mrs. B. N. Clemans, Dorothy, and Bob, and Lorraine Smith spent most of last week visiting relatives at Minneapolis and Red Wing. Minn. The Ray Estles and tbe Raymond H. W. Post Dray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against.loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 8»8 Algona, Iowa. 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The millions of dollars saved annually by Firestone from these great economies are ftassed on to you in Extra Value- You get the full benefit of these values because every Firestone Tire bears the Firestone name, and is doubly guaranteed by Firestone and Firestone Service Dealers. Why take chances with special brand tires, built just to sell—without the manufacturer's name, guarantee or responsibility for service. Come in Today and make your own comparisons with cross sections of Firestone Tires and special brand mail order tires. Get the facts yourself about tire quality and construction. When you see the Extra Values you get you will not feel secure on any other except Firestone Tires. Firestone ••fetor trtf arntlon »««,„ M« war«h«nie it 8 Firestone Firestone 02WI C*r« Vabrle Mllti Firestone Firestone Kim Factory Firestone own Goait Fact«rie« Firestone own •r««t Factories In Akrti Firestone invested *af, 000000 last year wltk thtlr Service Dealers In eetabllihlng One-Step 8erT. 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