Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1931 · Page 3
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COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA. IOWA PAttj FOR HIGH GRADE RADIO REPAIRING Radio accessories and RCA Radiotron Tubes call or phone 371 ggUCK HMO MID MUSK SHOP FOOTBALL St. Cecelia's vs. St. Joseph's Academy MASON CITY AT ATHLETIC PARK, ALGONA Sunday, October 25 Game called at 3 o'clock dmission: 15c for kids, 25c high school, 40c adults SEE A SNAPPY GAME 65 EXHIBITS IH HOME FAIR AT SWEA CITY Swea City, Oct. 20—There were 65 exhibits by 31 exhibitors at the local fnlr Inst week Wednesday. Awards were made, in order, as follows: Yellow corn, 10 ears—Orville Thorson, C'llfford McGregor, Vernon Pehrson. White corn', 10 ears—Goo. Cassem, Emery Berguson, Clarence Roba. Champion ear—Orville Thorson, William Moore, George Cassem, Merlin Lnrson, Elvln Swanson. Potatoes—Glfford Smith, Orville Thorson, Lester Hanson. Oats—Orville Thorson, Harvey Larson, Dorf Larsen, Gerald Garser. Beets—Allan Llncle, Ed Peterson. Assorted novelty farm crops—Orville Thorson, Clifford McGregor. Winners In the woman's division follow: Quilts—Mrs. S. P. Eckholm, Mrs. P. W. Larson, Bernlce Vaughn, Mrs. Wm. Leland, Mrs. J. E. Vaughn. Fancywork—Mrs. W. E. Carlson, Mrs. P. J. Helken, Mrs. Wortman, Mrs. S. P. Eckholm. Emergency shelf assortment of five jars of fruit—Mrs. Vic Leland, Mrs. Otto Jenson, Mrs. Mandis Lloyd, Mrs. Charles Rhollne. In the junior woman's division prizes were given as follows: Canned vegetables—Dorothy Er- Ickson, Harriett Erlckson, Eva Maud Wenzel. Canned fruit — Katherlne Thomson, Oreen Iverson, Isabelle ,Tobin. Devil's food cake—Ardella Hovey, Lucille Anderson, Pauline Preston. Divinity candy—June Larson, Lois James, Ilo Edwards, Edith Dahl. Fudge—Harriett Erlckson, Helen Poole, Edith Dahl, Vernette Dlts- worth. White cake—Elsie Regner, Arlene Lakota, Sunday. Lots James, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean James, had her tonsils removed by Dr. Lorlng at Esther- vllle Friday. A daughter was born one day last week to the- William Saunders. Marie Jacobs cared for the new arrival. Burton Thomson Is working at the Ed Salisbury home near Burt. HOME TALENT PLANNED BY LEDYARDBAND Ledyard, Oct. 20—A home talent play, Anne What's Her Name, will be given by band and orchestra people under the direction of V. A.. Barrett next week Thursday even- Ing. Thirty and 16 cents will be charged. The cast follows: Anthony Wheat, victim of circumstances, Walter Miller; Burks, faithful valet, James Logan; Marjorle, modern young woman, Ella Goetz; Aunt Julia, Judge's sister-in-law, Sanders; Barbara, flapper, Lillian Wlnni- fred Friday; Mopney, temperamental maid, Bertha/Nitz; Willie ; Pea•body, boy next door, Elmer Zielske; Doran, detective, Elmer Junkermeier; Grandma, 82, but with young ideas, Fern Lewis; .Louise Byers, companion, Eleanor Sanders; Judge Bunby, head, Roland Gable; Doctor Aked, friend, Wilbur Hassebrock; Nancy Brown, from Rosedale, Elva O'Keefe; Ebenezer Whittle, Judge's nephew, Ervln Kltnksiek; Mrs. Ebenezer Whittle, looking for Ebenezer, Adah Telkamp; Two Little Whittles, Howard Nitz and Alvlra Hal- KOSSUTH F,B, PROGRAM FOR 1932 PLANNED Lakota, Oct. 20 — A number from Lakota attended the County Farm Bureau meeting in the Legion hall at Algona last Thursday. Miss Neale Knowles, of the extension de partment, was present to help the women plan the year's work, and Ed Graff helped the men plan their program. A pot luck lunch was served at noon and a joint meet Ing was held In the afternoon. A five-year analysis for 192B-30 was written on a black board and a comparison of all work carried on was made for the period. About 40 attended. Mrs. Art Schlssel, Mrs. Raymond Smith and Mrs. J. H. Warburton went to Webster City last week Tuesday to attend the 10th district convention. There were iJ14 dele gates and visitors registered. Mrs Clayton Phillips, of Livermore, is district director. A splendid pro gram was given. Twelve county chairmen wore, present. The 111932 convention will be • held, at Emmetsburg. Kossuth county had a large delegation at the meeting. CALL THEATRE Fair's Financial Statement I „ , r "I. '•• '• i-, in-, • ... nv, ir MM, rn.ni.n nunnnni..-!..,!,..:, •ni.<P ALGONA Thursday-Friday, Oct. 22-23 Thursday matinee 2:30 Prices, 10-30c. Leon Janney Zaza Pitts Matt Moore in "Penrod and Sam" —Also— No. 4 Football Thrills Honor Students Announced— Honor students for the first six weeks are: Seniors, Elmer Zielske, Alice Weaver, Walter Miller, Melbourne Jones; class average' 88.9. Juniors, Fern Lewis, Lydla Loge- Thomas. Town and property owners are I mannj , Ervln Kllnksiek, Mary Miller, regraveling the intersection in front c]aga averag6i 34.4; sophomores, Tll- of the Swea City produce and the opera house Former Pastor Busy in Ka.Ht — In a letter to local friends, the Rev. H. E. Harvey, who was the Methodist pastor five years ago and who is now attending a university in the east, writes that they are now living at Portland, Pa., and he drives 52 miles to school four days a week. He Is pastor of two churches and is very busy trying to keep everything going successfully. .-.. Saturday, October 24 1:30-3:30 matinees, 10-30c. Thos. Meighan in "Sky Line" Comedy and Serial. AFFifiAVlT , STATE OF IOWA, ' KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. We, Julius Kunz, President, P. P. Zerfass, Secretary, and H. I*. more, Treasurer of the Kossuth County Agricultural Association, duly sworn on oath depose and say that the said society or _ being duly Incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa, ti«UL ft, tefif known as the Kossuth County Fair on the 7th to llth days of Scfttenfeor^ IflSl, in the city or town of Algona, and that the said fair constate* *f * bonn fide exhibition of live stock, together with agricultural |ii nim fctn farm Implements, etc., ns contemplated in the law. We further depose and say that the sum of $4,224.60, as shown In financial statement attached hereto has been paid to the winning tors In settlement of premiums won at the fair for the current year ; that no port of this amount was 'paid for speed events or to secure ; or amusements. We further depose and say that the attached financial statement fav*» full and complete statement of the receipts and expenditures for tha < rent year and that the'attached statistical data is true and correct. JULIUS KUNZ, President. P. P. ZERFASS, Secretary. H. L. QILMORE, Treamuer. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of October, 1M1* ) Julius Kunz, President, P. P. Zerfass, Secretary, and H. It. attmore,' urcr of the above named society or association. ' LOUISE MAONUS8ON. (SEAL) " ' Notary FINANCIAL STATEMENT RECEIPTS Cash on hand from lost report $ Receipts outside gates (Incl. season and family tickets) $ 5,187.47 Receipts day grandstand & quarter stretch 796.75 Receipts night grandstand & quarter: stretch 393.87 Total.ticket sales—__'i_ ;— $ M78.M Entry fees, speed.^department — ;— *51.tt> Concessions and privileges 1,997.8» Advertising in premium list and program— 275.** State aid (this year anticipated) 2.0M.M Miscellaneous receipts of fair: Stall and pen rent 254.00 From all other sources of fair 1,970.85 Total miscellaneous receipts of fair 2,224.86 SEETHE PERFECTION OIL HEATERS 'ill heat from four to six rcoms ••••••••••*» »al & Wood Parlor Heaters and up Ranges $70 and up $35 Kohlhaas Hardware Algona VEW LAMPS 3RA LIMITED TIME Inly/ •Justice Joseph M. Dye, who has been ill for some time,,is able, to be up town and attend to his business. F. fl. Ijocal Officers Warned— Officers were named at the Harrison township Farm Bureau meet- ng last week as follows: Mrs. J. H. Warner, township chairman; Florence Alberts, vice chairman; Mrs. Roba, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Ray Sperbeck, publicity chairman; district co-operators and leaders, No. 1—Mrs. Ridge, Mrs. Jerome Burt; 2—Mrs. Ed Berggren, Mrs. William Brock; 3—Mrs. Marvin Roalson, Mrs. John Cassem; 4—Mrs. Rudolph Hardt, Mrs. Carl Anderson; 5—Florence Alberts, Mrs. Carl Lunn; 6— Mrs. Wicker, Mrs. A. D. Simmons; -Mrs. Louis Hatten, Mrs. William Schauberger; 8—Mrs. A. M. Friest Mrs. Charles Garber; 9—Mrs. Geo. Butterfield, Mrs. Frank Saftner Muriel Body, H. D. A., was present and explained the work for the coming year. Fisher Post Names New Officers- Officers, named at last week Mon day's meeting of the local Legion Post are G. D. Curtis,'commander H. T. Winter, vice commander; G B. Pearson, adjutant; A. J. Chris tianson, finance officer; A. B. Twee ten, chaplain"; Geo. K. Nelson, sar geant-at-arms; Henry Myre, servic I officer; R. A.' Haglund, historian Fisher post usually has 35 members Receiver Closes Ford Garage— The Ford garage here was close last week Tuesday by R. H. Miller examiner-ln-charge of the Farmer Savings bank. The garage equip ment and supplies are in the hand of the examiner. The building i not' Involved in the action. Baptists Holding Revival- Evangelistic meetings with the Rev. J. E. Brown, of Rock Island, opened in the Baptist church Sunday evening. The Rev. Mr.- Brown is a graduate of Northwestern Bible school of Minneapolis. The meetings will continue two weeks. Fans to Attend nig Game- Twenty football fans are planning to attend the Iowa-Minnesota game at Minneapolis Saturday. Among mer Halvorson, Anna Jones, Kenneth Thompson, James Logan, class- average, 83; freshmen, Ella Goetz, Cecil Long, Elaine Blome, Lilah Capensk, class average 83. Eleven ut of 16 honor students are par- Iclpatlng in music; 10 out of 16 are n athletics, and five are on Putu- •iz staff. Grade honor students are: leo Gabel, Henrietta O'Keefe, Ell- vood Green, Doris Welfare, La Vaun 'arrow, Clara Wirtjes, Luetta Gel- .aua, Coletta Haag, Alvira Halvor- on, Geneva Gelhaus, Beulah Looft, Bernard Anderson, Arlowe Blome, Agnes Junkermeler, Lurena Lloyd, Harold Long, Howard Nitz, Edna Leslie, Tillie Swalve, Leisa Reffer, Edna Dontje, -Lawrence Flynn, Nadine Hans, Roy Tryon, Vivian hrlst, De Vere Smith, Donald iDoft, Maxine Berhow, Jean Gabel, Paul Garry, Howard Klinksiek, Marvel Halvorson, Katherlne Bauman, Kenneth Reese, Connie Garry, Howard Dunn, Wallace Hagedorn, Arden Anderson, Dorothy Swift. LaJiotan's Sistcr-in-Ijaw Mrs. Delia Smith received word last week Monday that her sister-in- law, Mrs; Deyer, -of Clarion, had passed away Sunday. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht she went to Fort Dodge Tuesday and from there went to Clarion to attend the funeral Wednesday afternoon. Lincoln Women Plan Year— The Lincoln township Farm Bureau women met at Gust Koppen's Friday afternoon. Because • of corn husking only 12 women were present. The yearly program was planned and will .be ready for next meeting, which will be with Mrs. Henry Hoffbauer in November. Store Building Is Improved — Ben Farrow and Chris Asmusson started 'work last week putting a new front on the Ideal cafe and the west side pool hall, being covered with Sunday, Monday, Tuesday October 25-26-27 . Matinees every day Eddie Cantor Charlotte Greenwood in "Palmy Days" It's our whoop's "Whoopee" of last year. Wednesday, October 28 Tallulah Bankhead Frederic March in "My Sin" TTERE'S a rare opportunity Xi for you to equip your entire home with the world's famous Aladdin At ••!«•«*« i For • limited time thouiands of^Atad; din dealers are offering to accept any Old oUior gawline lighting device of •ay sort or condition at an allowance of $1.50 to $2.00 to apply on any style of AlftiW'" you select, Never before has so broad; liberal; an offer beeo.pu^on th» Certainly you can now no longer them are Ray Sperbeck, the A. H. Hundebys, the D. W. Fultzes, the Forrest Hanifana, Jerome Johnson, and Lloyd Anderson, Farewell Party for Bergrens— Mr. and Mrs. Berggren were given a farewell party at the home of the bride's parents, the Delbert Hunts, Friday night. They are leaving for their new home in Missouri this week. Other Svrea City. Boy Scouts have divided into three patrols. Ray Sperbeck,. Art Christiansen and Henry.Myre are in charge. Each patrol is now/engaged in raising '$25. Henry Myre's patrol 1 served hamburgers and coffee In the Legion hall Saturday evening and leared ?8 as a beginning. The Methodist Sunday school board met with Mrs. Nellie Anderson ast Thursday evening, with Irene Dourte assisting hostess. Plans were made for making the school a standardized school, and a pageant .was planned for the Christmas holidays. The Kossuth Mail Carriers assp- ciatlon an* Auxiliary were entertained last week Tuesday evening at ,he Richard Berg _ home, with the Samuel Warburtons as assisting hosts. A good crowd was present and an enjoyable evening was had. Boys' Glee Club Organized— A boys' Glee club has been organized this year for the first time. Sixteen boys have signed up for it. They are: Tenors, Wilbur Hasse- brack, Roland Gable, Melbourne Jones, James Logan, Roland Smith, Raymond Browning, Tilmer Halvorson, Kenneth Thompson, and Lavern Edwards; bass division, Marvin and Elmer Junkermeier, Walter Miller, Elmer Zielske, Vernon Lepper, Jerry Barnes and Alvin Depplng. Miss Granner is vocal instructor, and Mrs. Barrett accompanist. In the girls' glee club there are 21 members this year: Soprano, Lydia Logemann, Pearl Wirtjes, Lillian Sanders, Lillian Klinksiek, Mildred Vaughn, Ella .Goetz, Rubyflo Womack, Chrystal Bergland, Irene Norris, Fern Lewis; altos, Alice Moulton, Wlnnifred Friday, Aleitha Brack, Elma 'O'Keefe, Erma Barslow, Lu Metta Reece, Mary Miller, Eleanor Sanders, Lilah . Kaphense, Elsie and Irene Schwartz. State Meeting Report Given— The W. F. M. S. met with Mrs. D. B. Mayer last week Tuesday. Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Pringle, was a guest. Mrs. Pringle is president of the W. F. M. S. at Knoxville, and has just returned from a state meeting at Des Molnes. She gave an interesting report. ' The local society voted to organize a Standard Bearers society in connection with The building is brick pattern sheet metal. This will improve the appearance of the buildings, AVUI iarri Scrover. is manager. Pearl Estle Has party- Pearl Estle celebrated her birth day last week Wednesday evening with a party at the home of her parents, present were her immed iate family, two sisters and their husbands, the Henry Mitchels and the Raymond Winters. Pastor Has Funeral of Babe— The Rev. Mr. Johnson had charge of the funeral services for the four months old baby of the Airharts, living near Buffalo Center. Services were held at the home of Mrs. Airhart's parents, the Martin Berhnos, Tuesday. League Supper Clears $10— The Epworth League young folks and friends had a waffle supper at the church Friday night. A good- sized crowd attended and $10 was made. COMING Sunday-Monday, Nov. 1 and 2 Spirit of Notre Dame aononononan! Bloom's Total receipts of fair County aid — Stock sold 15,500.00 Money borrowed Other receipts . Total receipts from sources other than fair '• Grand total receipts / DISBURSEMENTS Open premiums: Horses, ponies and mules—$ 264.50 Cattle (beef and dairy) 815.00 Swine 827.00 Sheep, wool and goats 160.00 Poultry and pet stock 313.60 Agricultural products 223.25 Fruits, plants and flowers _. 136.00 Culinary products 235.60 Textile and art depts. __ 338.50 School exhibits —• 83.25 • Baby health department 25.00 Dairy products — 58.00 Junior dept. - - 44.25 Total open premiums — $ 3,524.86 4-H Club Premiums: Colts 1—— 53.00 Baby beeves & purebred heifers 483.00 Pigs ' 40.60 '. Lambs 12.00 Other than live stock 111.25 Total 4-H club premiums — 69'9.75 Total premiums other than speed $ Premiums for speed Music and'attractions Miscellaneous expense of fair: Advertising ? 1,022.00 Printing 275.00 Postage 51.00 Salaries 1,002;50 All other expenses of fair 130.00 Total miscellaneous expense of fair 600.0* 8HBI 17.4CZJX 4,224.6* 2.378.4T 4,436.40 2,4M.St // o tn (hi .15 jg^- ///<•/. the' Junior League. , Mrs. Edward Knoner is in charge. Pianist.Gives Good Program— Coe Pettit, of Mason City, Iowa's wonder boy pianist at one time, gave a piano program last Thursday afternoon at the school auditorium, showing how music affects people at different stages of 'life — first at home with: lullabys, in school, nursery rhymes, marches, college songs, dance both classical and jazz, and then some music of his own cdmpo- sition. ' . Motto Selected by High school students have a motto this year. Some time ago • pupils handed in mottoes and then the Putuwlz staff selected the one they thought was best. They chose AK vin Depplng's motto: He who .hesitates is lost. Next spring at commencement a medal will be awarded to a boy and a girl who have best lived up tp this motto through the ' daughter last Leta William j E Young and several days • visiting Mrs. Kauffnmn. Mrs. Kauffman was formerly Leta Vpung, daughter of J. »nd twin sister of Leta. The Rw and Mrs. B. L. Weaver Daniel Pye, of e . . went to Britt Monday morning to spend two days at a school to prepare themselves to teach In the Bible school this Winter at Armstrong Lake, visited , here last week. Joseph M Dye, his father, has 'been 111 for some time, tout is now making satisfactory recovery. wnisev re- Richard Berg and B. JJ- Kelsey re- turn^dTast week Monday from lake in Teacher Gty>n Surprise— . Gladys Npl0,n, commercial teacher, was pleasantly 'Surprised Monday evening by the girls of the faculty In honor of her "birthday.,. Bridge was played and Miss flolan was presented with a birthday gift. Other I<e4yard News. Mrs. E3i Cawpto'ell, her daughter, Mrs. JUeon' Worden, her nieces, Mrs. Clifton Engelby. and Mary Adams, went to Forest City Saturday to visit Clarence Montgomery, marshal who was shot in the teg. by a man he attempted to arrest a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Redlnger, of De» Moines, visited Mrs. Blanche Jenks Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Redinger remained for ft week s visit with her mother and relatives. Friday evening Mrs. Jo.nes' grandparents* Mr. and Mrs.' Jennings, of Bowie, visited her. %n<J she accompanied 'them to 'Mrs, Edward <?en- rlch's at Algona, ' Mayns Other Lakota News. Mrs. Joe Faulkner went to .Estherville Thursday to care for a new baby born to the Walter Scotts. Joe Faulkner is staying with his daughter, Mrs. Alrec Boeckholts, during her absence. Mr. Scott is Mrs. Faulkner's brother. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Julius and the E. Julius family,, of Morris, Minn., spent the week-end visiting at the A. Q. Smiths. The Smiths and Juliuses were guests of the Otto Koppens Sunday evening. Mrs'. F, O. Johnson was hostess to. the Acorn club last Thursday. Mrs. Raymond Smith gave a, report of the district convention. Plans were made for a Halloween party October 28. Mesdames M. H. Bailey, Ed Dougherty, F, F. Potter, and Will Mahlstadt, of Mason City, and Mrs. Zimmerman, of. Arcdale, came Friday to spend the day at E. R. Worley's. ', . . Mrs. N'. E. Noble fell from her doorstep two weeks ago and injured her knee and was. otherwise bruised and shaken. She has not been ,in. the best of health since her accident. Mrs. Art Lester entertained her brothers, L. Lester, of Boone, and Jack Lester, of Roanoak, Va., and a," Mr. Walker, of Auburn, Va., last week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Kahl and the Clarence Kohls, of Minnesota, are visiting Gus's brother, Ed Kahl. The Kahls formerly lived west of town. The W- E. Gutknechts, who spent two weeks visiting in Wisconsin came home last week Monday and report an enjoyable trip, Mrs. F. O. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Pringle, of -Knoxville, spent last week visiting here. She left for home Saturday morning. The Oran O'Keefes went to Es- thervllle Sunday to visit Mrs, O'Keefe's parents, the Swan Olsons. ..Robert Hamilton Sr. and son went to Spirit ' Lake Saturday to •' paint their cottage, returning Sunday. Herbert Trenary had 1°.* misfortune to fall from a load of corn last week breaking some ribs, The Harry Moes went to Crystal Lake, Minn.. Sunday to spend the day with his mother, Mrs. Blanche Beckner and daugh. ter Grace, of Bancroft, were visitors here Friday- Teachers were entertained at a dinner by the Grabaus last Thursday. Total expense of fair Insurance, interest, etc Permanent improvements Maintenance of grounds and buildings. Any other expense —'— Total expense other than fair 1.51C7* 19,780.44 1.01S.S5 1.149.CS JUST RECEIVED A BIG SHIPMENT OF BEAUTIFUL NEW WINTER HATS COPIES OF $5.00 AND $6.00 MODELS I .88 Large or Small Head Sites Grand total disbursements Overdraft STATISTICAL DATA Admission fee charged at outside gates: Adults, SOc; children. vehicles, 25c. '• . Admission lee charged at grandstand: Day, 60c and S6c; and 25e. Total number admissions, day grandstand, 3092; day quarter 2R9. Total number admissions, night grandstand, 1,887. Admission fee charged at quarter stretch: Persons—day ' Total attendance at fair ( include both paid and non-paid 22,000. . Total number paid admissions, outside gates, 13,539. Total number exhibitors, all departments, 1,720. Number of exhibitors, live stock departments, 173. Number of horses on exhibition, 45. Number of cattle on exhibition, 217. Number of swine on exhibition, 260. Number of sheep on exhibition, 66. Number of birds on exhibition (pqultry department) 57*. Number of rabbits and cavies on exhibition, 13. Are grounds owned by society-or county? Society.. Millage levied for next year's county aid. None. - ,; . ..' How many acres in the grounds? 40. •'. V.'<; Estimated value of grounds and improvements, $75,QO*.Q9l Present indebtedness: '$500.00 note, $15,500 grandstand OFFICERS OF THE FAIR President—Julius Kunz .-'_ -Weafcy. Vice President—W. T. Peters Secretary—P. P. Zerfass . ,— Treasurer—H.- L. Gilmore _ t Kl WPNDERFUL VALUES Bloom's Store ,%?! , $ Tkt Calintt POPULAR EXCURSION . Jke Harmjs celebrated his birthday last week with a fwily dinner. Mrs. Prlgge visited friends Ra,ke Saturday and Sunday. of at Dr. •DQdge, spent guaday here, Mayne'a Barents, 'W^lpWi J-^ *r^3 I "^'» 1 5Ta^; »J Mrs. latter part o* the week. Fierce was sick the October 23-24-25 .00 Round trip to Chicago From Algona For going trip, tickets wlU be honored In coaches on trains leaving Friday. October 23, Saturday, October 84 and until 7:19 a. m. Sundayj October 25- For return trip, tickets vrtll be h,on- oiled In coaches on trains schedule* to reach Algona'not later than midnight ol Monday. October ?$.' Children Half Fare Baggage checked at regular ratee ao free allowance, F«r lull A baguette-type watch by Gruen . , , only $57* 50 Here's the watch youVe waited for! A gracefully-slender wristlet of the baguette type, Smart, beautiful, and like all Gruen Watches, dependably accurate! Yet, it is offered to yap at a price no higher than an ordinary wristlet — $57.50! A typical Gruen value. A. H. Borchardt Jeweler for

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