Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1931
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State, Phono 899 Representing ^ Federal Finance Co., Des Moinea he YELLOW PENCIL •with the BAND FAT MEN Mr. W. R. Daniels of Richmond Hill, N. Y. City, writes: "Have finished my second Ijottle of Kruschen Salts—Results—Removed 3 inches from tho waistline—am 25 per cent more active—mind is clear — skin eruptions have disappeared—am 4C years old—feel 20 years younger." To lose fat take one half teaspoon of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water before breakfast every morn- Ing—an SO cent bottle lasts 4 weeks. —Get it at E. W. Lusby's or any drug store in America. If not joyfully satisfied after tho first bottle —money back. FORM N, IRBURT .LOW At {.HOSPITAL Burt, Aug. 4—A'message'to P. F. Kriethe informed him that his sister, Mrs. F. P. Wernli,' Hazen, N. p., was in serious condition from ..,.-—, ,.- Vffgli'at<klt. ._- gli b*6«j»Wt -fllto hdmc Suhdiy and 1 took his, brother Clarence bacte With him for this week. Herman Jacklsh, Minneapolis, and his daughter Atmeda arrived Sun* day for a few days at W. E, Brace's, Mr,, Jacklsh Is Mrs. .Brace's.brother- in-law. Mattle Warner and Eva Whitney took Mrs. R. W. Richardson to her home at Armstrong Friday. She had won, 12-4. ..—— .. „ At Wesley Sunday Wesley .1 . . „, .—. nuiue M.L jMinsiruiig a naay. one naa diabetes. She is in^a hospital at- spent a week with her sister Mattle. Bismarck, N. D., and the message "Mr. an ct Mrs. A. H. Melnzer took said she would have to have one leg: Mrs. Carrie Melnzer and Helen amputated above the knee. Mrs. Wernll lived near Burt before her marriage. She will be remembered as Frances Kriethe, and her parents were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kriethe, pionee'rs who accumulated considerable land west of Burt. Mr. Wernli's father died many years ago, but her mother lived here till two or three years ago. Mrs. Wernli is a .sister of Mrs. Al Staehle, whose husband, for many years a hardware merchant here, Is now in the same business at Mitchell, S. D. Ruth Carter lilt by'Car— Ruth, small 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Carter, narrowly escaped serious Injury Sunday night, when she ran from behind another car as H. Ricdel was passing. She was hit -by a real- fender and thrown clown. In the absence of both Burt doctors she was taken to Algona, but her Injuries were not serious. Pastor Attends Hible Conference— Tho Rev. J. E. Clifton and daughter Phyllis leave this week Tuesday for the Methodist camp on Lake Okoboji, where they will attend the Bible conference being held there. Mrs. Clifton expects to go up for the week-end. There will be no services in the Methodist church next Sunday. Melnzer, who had spent a week here, to Fort Dodge Sunday. •Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, Los Angeles, are at O. P. McDonald's and with Mrs. McDonald's parents at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Elizabeth Bowen, who had spent a week with Mrs. 0-. L. Carroll, returned to her home at Algona last Thursday. Tho Rev. J. E. Clifton and his daughter Phyllis were business visitors at Jeffers, Minn., last week Tuesday. Louise and James Jr. Kerr, Minneapolis, arc spending a couple of weeks with their aunt, Airs. C. C. Smith. E. O. Chipman went to Mason City Saturday and brought home his son Howard for the week-end. ' The Hilbert Johnsons, Iowa City, visited last Thursday evening at W. A. JlncArthur's. Gladys 'Waite, Minneapolis, arrived Sunday for a visit at N. A. Whitehurst's. Viva Ward, Pine City, Minn., Dinner Honors Margaret Jforness— Helen ( Schroder gave a farewell dinner last Thurdsay evening in honor of Margaret Morness, who began a nurses' training course at the Kossuth . hospital Monday. Other guests w er e Rachel Clapsaddle, Helen Thompson, Aldis Rubey, and Virginia Thaves. DELIVER YOUR Elk Cleaners ant} Tailors Pbone 831 Atens lleturn lint Leave Again— The Rev. S. H. Aten and his family returned last week AVednesday from Pennsylvania, where they visited relatives at Ambridge and Beaver Falls. They left again for Aberdeen, S. D., for a few days with Mrs. Aten's sister. Party Celeljratos Two Birthdays— Last week Tuesday evening the birthdays of Letha Mann and Richard Brayton were celebrated with a came Friday to visit her uncle, G. C. Giddings. Harriett and Kenneth Looft visited an aunt at Renwick last week. The A. F. Carters attended a family reunion at West Bend Sunday. Siiuaire Hudson was sick several days last week-end. * . Other Wester Jfow** Mr. ahd Mrs. Arthur Haverly, Bloomer, Wis., and their four children came Sunday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Agatha Haverly. Vincent Kletnpeter, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Klelnpeter and their little son, came Saturday to visit twb weeks with his parents. Doctor and Mrs. Smith, Doctor Smith's >•:sister and Doctor Clark, all fort Dodge, Vtait6d Mrs; Smith's;parents, the Klelnpet- ers,-Sunday. '• , if Dwayne, the three-year-old son of August Studer who had 'to : have his eye removed following an accident in which the ball was pierced, was taken to Mason City : Monday for further treatment at Mercy hospital. Emma, daughter of the Nathan Studers, accompanied them and went on to Ackley to visit her sister, Mrs. Bertha Ritschmeler, The A. E. Giddings family, Wesley, the Wayne 'Swintons, Galesburg, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. De- Spenco Bentley, Dallas, Texas, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings. Mr. Mr. and and Mrs. Bentley arrived last week Monday, coming from Peoria, 111., where they had visited Mr. Bentley's parents. The Study club held its monthly social meeting with Mrs. Amesbury last Thursday afternoon, Mrs, Al- asslstant hostess, the afternoon at party at the L. T. Mann About 35 schoolmates and were present. home, friends I. AV. Hansons Off for Yacntlon— The I. AV. Hansens left Monday for a ten-day vacation in northern Minnesota. AV. J. Davison is assisting Bruce Clifton at the service station during Mr. Hanson's absence. OrRanl/.ations Join for Picnic— The Queen Esther Circle and the Home Guards hod a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park last Thursday. Mrs. Clirton and Mrs. J. G. Sewicli are the leaders. Burton Thomson Appendix Removed Burton Thomson, Swea City, who had been working for G. P. Hawcott, was taken to the Kossuth hospital Monday morning-, where he was operated upon for appendicitis. A'islt in Wisconsin— The Paul Krugcr family left last week AVednesday for Sheldon, AVis., where they are visiting a sister. They will also visit relatives at St. Paul before returning. Two Have Tonsils Removed— H. A. Thompson and daughter Margaret had their tonsils removed at Dr. Clapsaddla's office Saturday morning. Laid Up AVitli Finger Infection— Herbert Nelson lias been having serious trouble with finger. infection in a Other Burt. Tlie F. AV. Baums, Lakota, and WESLEYANS ON DAKOTA WORK HAVE BAD LUCK Wesley, Aug. 4—Nathan Studer received a letter Monday from his son Edward, who is on a grading job at Dickinson, N. D., saying that Edward's son Edward Jr., who was assisting- him, was dangerously sick with pneumonia. Delirium accompanied a high fever. Donald, another son, who has been in a hospital at Excelsior, Minn., since an automobile accident in December, Is making slow progress. Bone has been taken from one leg to graft into the other. The cast was recently removed from the injured leg below the knee. Donald has no feeling in one leg below the knee, and massage is being used to restore sensation. The report did not specify which limb was thus affected. Prof. Marlon Paulson Preaches— Services were held at the Congregational church Sunday with Prof. Marion Paulson, of the Minneapolis Bible Institute, in the pulpit. Mr. Paulson has been conducting regu- lav bi-monthly services during the absence of the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Bernsten, Britt. Mr. Bernsten has been in New York state for about six weeks, holding revival services in a tent. He is expected home this week Wednesday, and will then resume his local work. Professor Paulson is the son-in-law of Mrs. Peter Skow, and spends his summers here. Roskopf Fatally In Reunion- Mr, and Mrs. Matt Laux and the families of their daughters, the Mesdames Henry Haverly and Ervin Olson, attended at the Young park, Webster City, Sunday, a reunion of Mrs. Laux's family, the Roskopfs. Forty-seven persons were present, and besides those mentioned included three generations in the families ot Paul and Henry Roskopf, Marshalltown, Frank Roskopf, Melbourne, Joe Roskopf, '-Farminglon, Minn., Mrs. Joe Baltz, Bancroft. Joe vnllar, Blairsburg, a cousin, present with his family. Stre- was Son of Mrs. Mury Folt Dies- Frank Felt, Mason City, who recently died at Los Angeles, will be buried at Mason City this week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt have been at Mason City, visiting the bereaved mother, Mrs. Mary Felt. They returned Sunday evening, but will go back for the funeral. Mrs. Mary Felt, who is 04, has lost two sons and a daughter within 14 months. the Arthur Baums, Austin, Minn., visited Sunday at the E. C. Sclvwie- tert home. The F. AV. Baums are Mrs. Schwietert's parents. Her little •brother Venleam, remained for a longer visit. The C. F. Whalens, Mrs. M. Bockworth, and the Merle Sohwicterts, Algona, were also Sunday guests at the Schwietert home. Myrllo and Helen Schwietert arrived last week Wednesday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietort. Myrtle, who is taking a business course at Des Molnes, will spend a month here; Helen, who is taking- nurses' training at the Methodist hospital, Des Moines, two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bisby, Everett, Wash., a daughter, and another daughter from Oklahoma, left Saturday for home, after a few days at ( the O. C. Glddings home. Mrs. Matilda Ward loft with them for an extended visit. Mrs. Bisby is Mrs. Ward's daughter. Katherine Manus spent from Friday to Sunday at the Charles Morris home, Lone Rock. Mrs. H. W. Manus, son Albert, Mrs. Lillian Sigler, and the hitter's little son visited .Sunday at AVm. Chrlstensen's, Lone Itock, and brought Katherine home. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gunderson and son and Pearl Gunderson, of Blue Earth. Minn., were week-end guests at N. A. Whitehurst's. A.U-I. Gullard and Russell Whitehurst, Frost, Minn., were also Sunday visitors at Whitehurst's. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings and daughter Zola went to Heron Lake, Minn., Saturday, and returned Sunday bringing Mrs. Guy Giddings Jr., Chicago, and her three children, who will spend a month here. Supt. and Mrs. Donald Weir, with their little son, left last week Wednesday for Templeton, Wis., for several weeks with Mrs. Weir's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mc- Glll. Martin Grelse, who is working on w_/._ i * , the paving at Swea City, spent Sun- I , W .£ n !'. 8d 2 r ' . tO enter the _ day with his family. La Vonne Greiso went to Armstrong to spend a week with her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mann, Pasadena, Calif., arrived Friday to visit Air. Mann's mother, Mrs. Ada Mann, and Mrs. Mann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sttolil. Mrs. Carrie Meinzer, Fort Dodge and Helen Meinzer, Waterloo, spe-nt last week at A. H. Meinzer's home. SO-Tear.Old Woman is Sick- Mrs. Seaberg, 89, mother of Peter and Marie Seaberg, is ill, suffering from gangrene in one of her feet. One or two toes are affected. Mrs. Seaberg spends much of her time both day and night in a chair, as she suffers less pain when sitting up. Her pain is not constant, and much of the time she is fairly comfortable. Church inferior Being- Cleaned— An outsider whose name we have not learned, is engaged in cleaning by some modern method- the paint on the inside of St. Joseph's church. James Haverly is assisting him. The inside of the schoolliouse was recently re-decorated. Judge's Socroiury Visits Here- May Sherman, a Wesley girl who is private secretary to one of the judges of the Minnesota supreme court, came from Minneapolis Saturday to spend a two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sherman. Hoy Babies Increase Population— A son, James Robert, was born last Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer. A son weighing pounds was born to Mr. and eight Mrs. Bill Garman Friday morning. He has been named Donald Victor. Brothers Enter C. M. T. Camp— and Richard Lawson Russell drove to Citizens' j Military Training camp. They were to be gone a month. Methodist Social Clears $23— The Methodist Aid took in $22 at its sale of ice cream, pie, and calto, on the lawn near the furniture store last week Wednesday evening. Klolupetor to Leave Hospital— A. L. Klelnpeter, who underwent a serious operation at Mercy hos- fred Erdman, Members spent bridge, and the Mesdames Goetz and Gray were prize-winners. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Finders, Des Moines,' came last .Thursday to see their new nephew at the J. T. Meurer home. Mrs. Finders, who is Mrs. Meurer's twin sister, remained to help care for her. Leona Siemer is doing the housework. John Rudloff, Montana, on his way to visit his sister, Mrs. Joe Roskopf, Farmington, Minn., visited Matt Laux last week Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Laux and Mr. Rudloff were friends when both lived at Story City. The Viggo Killsholm family and Mrs. Jorgen Skow, with Joseph, attended the closing sessions of the annual Bible conference at Cedar Falls Sunday. G. Campbell Morgan was the principal speaker. Marian Arndorfer, St. Benedict, Is helping her sister, Mrs. Leo Goetz, cook far threshers. Anna Hlldman fa away at Ayrshire helping her sister, Mrs. Peter Kirschbaum, during threshing. The Ihno Gerdes family returned last Thursday, following a three weeks visit with Mrs. Gerdes' aunt, Mrs. Jesse- Sprout, Fergus Falls, Minn. Dorothy Keefe, St. Paul, who is visiting her mother near Algona, came over Saturday to see Mrs. Meurer and her new son. , James Haverly has resigned as manager of the K. and H, oil station, and Arlo Dawson has been appointed. The Fred Diekmann family visited at Wayerly Sunday the family of Fred's uncle, Wm. Liebau. The Methodist Aid will meet with Mrs. A. M. Lease next week Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft, Seneca, visited his mother, Mrs. Bertha Looft, Sund'ay. confined to b«d a weft* with blood- poisoning in one ot her Arms. Bh* suffered a grease btirh oh th* thumb and it became Infected. ' Banni for Co*»l« Cfttfei— f Banh* for Johnny Volk, Whitte 1 more, and Goldie Ludwlg, Algona, were called Sunday for the flret time at St. Michael's church. Mrs. M«Cre*ry Reported Recoterlng Dr. J. W. McCreery has sent word that Mrs. McCJreery Is.... recovering ffdm a recent operation at a Rochester hospital, i Annual Park Picnic Dated— ..Whlttemore'a .annual "park picnic and celebration" has been dated for Thursday, August 27, . . . . Other Whlttemore. , Gertrude Farrell, taking a nursing course in a Minneapolis hospital,.Is spending a few days With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Farrell. She was accompanied"-, to Whltte- more by a cousin, Irene Naroskl, of Minneapolis, A boy was borrt 'last week Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph knecht, east of Whittemore; also a boy to Mr. and Mrs. George Douglas, Whittemore, one iday last week. , Tire Harvey Higleys, Roy Higley, and ITene Fitzpatrich drove to Minneapolis Sunday to call on Ignatius Gappa, patient In a veterans' hospital. Elmer and Frank Behnke are spending a few weeks at C. F. Blinkman's, Lu Verne, Minn. Mrs. Bllnkman is theft- sister. Mr. and Mrs; Erwln Faulstich, Cleveland, Ohio-,, arrived Friday to visit Erwin's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. AVilllam Fairlstfch. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meurer Sr. have news that a -Itn -boy was born last Thursday to Mr., and Mrs. J. T. Meurer Jr., Wesley., A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz Saturday. This Is the second child, and" the other one is also a girl. Ethel Jeffery, Storm' Lake, visited last week at Dr. and' Mrs. H. E. AA r oodward's. She is- a- teacher at Hartford, Conn. The Lutheran Young People's society at Fairville Hud" a lawn party last week Tuesday evening*.. Mae Foxsen, Webster City, visited her. parents, Mr. and Airs. P. J. Fox- sen, early in the week. Edna Schultz spent last week end at Edw. Greinert's, Fairville, helping cook for threshers. Leona Haag, R. N., Slbux- City, Is visiting her mother, Mtos:. Peter Haag, south of town. The William and Rudolph- Bran- Ut ners, Hampton, spent William Hanover's. Sunday at FUNERAL FOR • WHITTEMORE YOUTH IS HELD Whittemore, Aug. 4 — Funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reding's son Chris, of Lotts Creek township, took place last week Tuesday morning at 9:30 at St. Michael's Catholic church, the Rev. Father Thlebold, of the St. Joseph parish, officiating. Chris died at 6 o'clock last week Monday morning at a Rochester hospital, following a hurried trip by ambulance late Sunday night. He had been sick since Easter with pneumonia, and for a long time was in critical condition. Of late weeks he had improved considerably, and had even made sevei-al trips to town, the last on Friday preceding death. A week ago Saturday night Chris read tffl 10 o'clock. At 11 he suffered a relapse, and a physician was called. He grew worse, and as a last resort the trip to Rochester was made. His mother, sister Margaret, brother Joseph, John Reding, Leonard and Godfrey Loebach, and Meta Gade, nurse, accompanied him. Rochester specialists spent several hours on his case but could do noth- near just ing Chris was born on a farm Algona July 10, 1906, and was past 25 years old at death. The family moved to the Lotts Creek neighborhood 24 years ago. Besides members of the -family who went to Rochester with him, he is survived by his father and a sister, Mrs. Henry Mueller. Burial was made in a cemetery north of town. Pallbearers were Harvey and Earl Elbert, Godfrey and' Leonard Loebach, James Geelan and Arthur Gade, Tarty Departs for California— The Ralph Elberts, Minnie Elbert, and Bernice Hardgrove left last Thursday by auto for California to visit Otto and Charles Elbert, brothers of Minnie and cousins of Ralph. The party traveled via Texas and Arizona. Baseball Benefit Tourney Planned— The local ball team will play at West Bend August 15. There will be two ball games, also a kittenball game, and the proceeds will go to the West Bend fire company, which recently purchased a truck. Church Votive fWuud Taken— The votive stand at St. Michael's church was recently stolen, and small sum of contributions in It was taken. Part of the stand was found in a corn field. No clue to the thief or thieves has been found. Mrs. Swonson Loses Brotlier.Jn-law Mrs. Leo Swanson and her brother, a, Mr. Button, Esthervllle, left recently for called DEATH TAKES TWO IN SAME SWEAFAMILY Swea City, Aug. 4 — Death struck at the John' Hoeck family twice within five days, when both Jatm Hoeck and -his son Peter were token. John lived many years on a farm in Swea township, where lie and. his wife reared six children. He was born in Germany October' 7, ILS'oT, died in a Fairmont hospital of kidney trouble- July 30. He came to America in 18S9, and some years later married Amelia Gertz. They had three daughters—Mrs. Carl Busch, Bancroft; Mrs. William Busch, .-Hurt; Mrs. MichtieL- P^n. drickson, Blue Earth—and three sons; August, John Jr., and Peter. The latter died five days before his father. Mr. Hoeck bought a farm near Blue Earth a few years ago, and later moved there. The Crffegkf* ,8at«n college irtudahf* ateft wh»"«rtr ritMtitdiit* With their partnts here had chat** of evening 1 aervlces at the local Bapitot -church flund*v, All- ant members of that church. Raymond McCr^ry, of the Minnesota state university, presided. Gall Kesler, : of the mine school, read ih* scripture lesson. Airs. Clifford McArtlnch, student at the Northern Baptist Seminary, and Eunice Jensen, graduate.^ Des., Molnes. University,, had charge of devotions, and Wendell Erkholm, Grinnell college., graduate, had charge of music; wltH Pearl Me- Anlnch, student at Drake conservatory of music,-' at *the piano. 1 • Clifford McAnlnch, Also a student at the Northwestern Baptist Seminary, Chicago, 'preached, : Automobile Drivers Drew Fines— Two inspectors representing the state motor vehicle department i visited Swea City last week Monday night, and as a result «top signs Seem of much, more importance locally than formerly. W. H, Welse, barber, paid $7 to Ju«tfc« .Wlnkel, Algona, for operatinghiscar with only one head light. Gteorge : Marshall was stopped between; here and Bancroft because both of'his lights were out, and it cost Mm $7 to settle at Algona. Martin Dahl paid Justice Y<aux, of Swea CJty r $1.50 for falling'to heed a stop sign at the bank corner, and Oliver Anderson and, Bernard Looft, the. latter from Ledyard paid $2.60 eacb. for running cars without tailllghts. Signa Anderson is Bride— • Harry Berggren and Slgnai' AID- derson were married Friday morning at the local Lutheran parsonage, the Rev. Mr. Swanson officiating. Signa is a daughter of John Anderson, of Anderson Oaksj. and. Harry hus lived with his mother,. Mrs. L. P. Berggren, in the. west part of town. After a wedding trip in northern Minnesota they will begin housekeeping here. Methodists Plan' Homecoming.-— Thie Methodist church plans a Sunday school rally day and Homecoming for Sunday, September 6. Mrs. Fred Seylor, Mrs. Samuel Warburton, and Mrs. T. F. Johnson are on the homecoming committee; Gail Carter and Gail Weaver, S. S. program committee; and Mrs. Warburton and J. iva Moats, .promotion committee. JEFFERSON BUS LINES , i* . / ' w S 1 H (,!.., i" 1 -. T 'i t^f?t? f»- body was buried cemetery Friday. in the Harrison Peter was born In Swea township July 23, 1897, and was Just post 3+ at death. He spent mist of his life here. TVo Cares for 47 Acres Spuds- Former Supervisor C. O. Peterson, his wife, little daughter, and Mrs,' Peterson's father, Jacob Ellman. were Algona visitors Tuesday. Mlv Peterson has .47 acres of potatoes.-on- his Eagle township farm this seasoro but the dry weather lias reduced the yield and he does not expect to harvest more tlmn 100 bushels to the acre. Berg Brothers' Mother Sick- Mrs. Berg Sr., mother of Richard •and Andrew Berg, Is critically sick at her home in the south end of town. Ellen Berg, daughter from Chicago, has been helping care ton her. Mayor Dye to Colfax— Mayor J. M. Dye, accompanied by his wife, went to Colfax last week Wednesday to take baths for rheumatism. Mrs. jno. Dei,ii to Hosppital— Mrs. John Deim, south of town, who has been sick for some time was taken to a hospital at Mankato. Sunday. Other Swea Oily. Burton Thomson, 17, son of Mir and Mrs. Frank Thomson, entered the Kossuth Hospital Sunday for an appendicitis operation. IN MANY PAPERS HEREABOUTS it costs as high as 20c to renclv each subscriber with advertising because of limited circulation The Advance circulation, on the contrary, is such that the cost is only -- WM about one cent per family, bdist Aid at the cnurcn ut«i ..«-»... Wednesday. Plans were made for a sauerkraut day stand. Mr. and Mrs. Will Thaves and eon Clyde spent the week-end at Mason City visiting relatives. enta, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Olson, her brother Lawrence, and her sistere, Mra. Seeley, Emmetaburg, n.nd Mrs. S. L. Herehey, Plpestone, Minn. Site is having^ a two weeks vacUion. .. , ALGONA THE INLAND FINANCE CORPORATION Ijitrst door North of Jowa State Bank. Phone §5. IQWA rM . ever seen in Iowa. 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