Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1932 · Page 7
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||}ft29,l932. >ECI A L 15% trade in on your old tubes. IWUSTROM'S Phone 520 -^-Ifaj";: '•": Cuttle , NEXT WEEK — 3rd-Oth feNat'l Belgian Show lean Poultry Congrwt . Rabbit Show Ifaterfowl Exposition "industrial Exhibit! ens Acts — A score of j-15 Bands —Rid- |ahd Driving Acts — In" Dollar Champion ; Parade — 'National Hubs Demonstrations! -Action Every Minute! ... IONE BIG SHOW of 1932 "" ,:COMEr : '";V' ITERLOO, IOWA lave Your fctor Checked tve been hearing"queer I. . . and getting fun-. lotions from your car letter let us look over or and put it in ship- Then let us service ?s, and see how much i save! '•Vis Motor Oil lu Garage East of Courthouse land Fender Work— ou buy Bread, Milk, i Flakes, etc., at any side shop or oil (Ion, but for real 100, cent foods visit !'s Food Shop, MEATS are none and delivery 'ice. We sell .the t oil for your Perfec- iOil Stoves. . W. andTriinjfCT ^stance ery i oa d insured ss ana dam- Hinds. do an and drayjng. 8W low* 8*, .Judder e ° 9K ,. i ti "•' lmnc iuet nan .u 25 relatives. The couple left In the afternoon for Illinois for two weeks They will live on a farm owned by the bridegroom's father east of Bancroft, where the James Gibsons live now. The bride Is a S± a V' th , 6f Sweft Clty h '* h s/inool, 29, and the bridegroom attended St. John's high school here and then attended college at Col- legevllle, Minn. • St. John's Wins from Hurt— St. John's ball team won Its third game this season, when It beat Burt high at Burt Friday, 13-0. Batteries were Coffin and Slgsbee, Burt and Hatten and Schneider, Bancroft. The line-up for Burt wns Coffin, Elvidge, Vogel, Riddle Slgs- bee, Bahling, Krlethe, Stewart Mansmlth, and Hanna; for Bancroft, Menke, Bettering, Simmons, Becker, Hatten, Welp, Schneider, Vaske, Bolster, and Devlne. Errors were made by Devlne, Sigsbee 2 Stewart, Mansmlth, and Hanna Two-base hits, ilenke and Simmons; 1 three-base, Becker; double play, Becker to Devlne; bases on balls, off Hatten, 3, Coffin, 5; wild pitches, Coffin, 2; strikeouts, Coffin, G, Hatten, 2. Bancroft had 11 hits; Burt, '4. Phono Girls visit Here— Margaret Miller and Marion Brohn, Mason City, spent 'last Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Wm, Quinn and Eugene Wolf homes. Miss Miller is a sister of Mrs. Quinn and Mrs. Wolf. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Quinn, Leone Schneider, and Carl Johnson took the girls back. They are long distance telephone operators. Sons for Two Families— Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cogley have a ! sueste: Frances KIoss, Siou son, born Sunday. There are three Agnes Joroscak, Minneapolis; other children. Mr. Cogley is employed at the Lupin mill. Mr. and fcrt- the AGNES GARR IS WED TUESDAY ATBRBFr the P° ?' ™ C1 ' 6 mnn<| ed Tupsrtfiy ... *"* "' "t. John's Catholic churo Rev. Ms Kr . j. D _ p|sch rere Margaret Can- s thn th lfrM rlt]e ' Rml Edwar<1 ' I'rotncTo'f the bridegroom. The bride \ t jSi'go- ysir^s £f-5SMf r jrrw si k veil. She carried a bouquet of white roses, lilies O f the valley, and fern* tied with white tullj' Th 1 fta?"repe wit)? a tlreSS ° f ° mng = match, and carried pfnk rot''' and sweet peas. -Following the ceremony, *""" er ™. 8B ' ven ..«* the bride's Mrs. Stauffaoh- and attend the -world series, KOSSUTtt COtWTY ADVANCE. ALQONA Community Service Is Requirement-Godfrey 'When y mi H V< . ln (l community, .sum cico. W. Clod trey, Al- Bonn, Monday night, '"you are a member of that community and bilitv' aVC a communltv responsl- "H makes no difference whether you desire to nssume community responsibility. You- are .lust lll< e a brick in a building A good brick makes for a stronger and moi-e substantial building. The poor brick makes for a weak, trembling building which can not endure. "Acquaintance and mutual understanding between those who live in cities and towns and those who live In the, country are the best means of solving rural-urban problems." Mr. Godfrey was tlhe principal speaker at the annual banquet sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce to which the farmers in the surrounding trade area are invited. The meeting was held in the basement of the Methodist church. Dinner was served by the Methodist women at 6:30, and on its conclusion, O. A. Plx- ler, president of the Chamber, asked Hallvard Kloster to lead in community singing. Garth Griswold then pleased the audience with cornet solos, and ihe was followed by Juno Kauffman, who gave a graceful exhibition 'of dancing and singing. A. B. Parsons, of the high school faculty, had charge of this part of the program, and ihe introduced B. E. Corliss, who pre- tProm the Eagle Grove Eagle.] BANQUET FOR JUNIOR1TEAM mVElUT BURT Burt, Sept. 27—The Legion and Auxiliary entertained the Junior League ball team at a banquet at tiie Legion hail Friday evening, 75 or SO attending. Legionnaires and the boys gave short talks, and the remainder of the evening was spent at cards. The boys won the county championship this season. Teacher Entertains Four Guests— Lura Sewick, junior high principal at Harris, entertained at a week-end party at her home the following (guests: Frances KIoss, Sioux Falls; son, first Mrs. Wllhelmi was Blanche Mrs. Harold Wllhelmi have a born Sunday morning, the child. <Lunn, near Swea City. Fire at, T. P. Jacobs Home— The fire department was called to the T. P. Jacobs home Friday at Lau retta Starry, Cedar Rapids; and Margaret Moore, Omaha. Friday . evening she entertained the group at a theater and Saturday Spencer fair. party at 'Estherville, they attended the Alt-Stars Again Winners — In a lively game Saturday between the Burt All-Stars and the days, came with them. The Sandts also called on the Kapps, near Algona, Roy Matt ttf.fj.fi9, tfCXX-l *•»*« —«—" Mrs. J. H. Welp Sr. returned last Thursday from Waterloo, where she spent a week'-with her son, Dr. L. W Welp, and daughter, Mrs. 13. ti. Brink. She also visited her sister, Mrs. R. Meyers, Marshalltown. The Leo M. Saunders family has moved tp .the Jacobs house in the onat «nd Af town, recently occupied east end of town, rvwuui «--»,.— by the Francis Bradleys. The Emery Delterings have moved Into the former Leo Saunders honie, Mrs Jacob Wolf spent last Thursday. Friday, and Saturday at Wesley with her sister, Mrs. Frank Wolf, who Is eerlously 111. Eugene Wolf went to Wesley Saturday and BO ono S B:S.n spent' Saturday and Sunday at Worthlngton, Minn., W ith the Karl Browns Mr. Baren. . . i«,,«/i or Mflver * thin is . at Mayer & employed s, Windfleld. . , ,s vUitlng her sisters. Mrs Peter aillis and Mrs. Samuel Lichmer. Mra/Tibbetts is a twin sister of Mrs. 0 ' H'ubert Hood, operating a grocery Store and meat market at Humboldt, n unday with his people here. w * ppent Sunday witn nib j^»"» "-•'• yotj wowld p4 Becker helped at the store faatur ^The Aid will be entertained in the The Presbyterian Mite society meets this week Wednesday at Mrs. P. F. Krlethe's; Mrs. L. D. Hodgson and Mrs. J. T. Heany, assisting hostesses. Saturday evening the Society will serve a cafeteria supper at the church. Pioneer Hurt Girl Returns— Dr. Artie M. Graham, San Francisco, is here to visit her mother, Mrs. Aurilla Coffin, and sisters, Mrs. H. E. McMurray and Mrs. W. E. McDonald, Algona. It has been 12 years since Doctor Graham last visited Iowa, Hamilton Hatchery Enlarged— W. T. Kennedy laid the foundation Saturday for a 30x42-ft. addition to the Hamilton hatchery, southwest of Bancroft. Mr. Hamilton is doubling the size of his hatchery. The new building will be brick-veneered. Surprise Honors a Birthday— Mrs. F. W. Baum, daughter T$\ale, Mrs. Peter Hans, and Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson, all of iLakota, came last week Wednesday to ' surprise Mrs. Schwletert in honor of a birthday. ' Patterson to Spencer Fair— Senator Patterson, hie family, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, and Mrs. George Wilson attended the Spencer fair last Thursday. Hally Bay at Church- Bally day was observed at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Reports were read and a picnic dinner served. Portland Woman Has Operation- Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett underwent a minor operation at her home last week Wednesday. Mrs. Fred Wentz was nurse. W, J. Darlson's Mother Sick—r W. J, Davison leaves for Mrs. Mrs. ^y_j I'jjt VV • «J i 4-^ev > *w v* *v~* • ww ——Faith, S, D., Tuesday, called by word of the serious Illness of her inother. If. S. loses to Parochial Wine— The high school ball team played the Bancroft parochial team here Friday and was defeated, 9-1. Other Burt News, A number from here attended the Clay county fair last week, Including W. A. MacArthur, Dr. W. T. Peters K. J. Smith, J. O. Thaves, Mr. and Mrs. I* H. Schfcnck, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vogel, G. P. Hawcott, and the latter's son Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fairbanks and Mr and Mrs. H. 'W. Trainer took Mary Fairbanks back to Fort Dodge Sunday. She had spent two weeks with her parents. She te employed by the Fort Dodge Telephone oom- Pa jiiris. L- H. Schwck was surprised last Thursday evening by a group of relatives who canae to h,elp her cele- i.__i.A „ • •hii.tvi/tnv. They were the I. again won, 13-10. A good deal of interest has been shown In these fl^. and a games. Prizes were given Saturday ^ rom ' a W6pk .» fi'l,"™ .. by the business men to players mak- - - Shing at ing the first score, first home-run, etc. me x. i . ,jcu,uut> Liuiue X'I ZUtly lit I /~, , ....*> 6:20 p. m. Fire started in the kltch- °°™f tl'L^" 6 ^ 8 ; l h6 . ^"-Star.s en and did considerable damage. The alarm was turned in by Mrs. Jos. Fox, Pastor Preaching at Osjroort— The Rev; C. E. Bryden began re- vical meetings at Osgood Sunday „ . . , „ I ' evening. Lena Bennett and Helen c « f<?ferl « S"PP«r Hex* Saturday— Bryden had charge of services here. First C. 0, F. Party Dated— The first C. O. F. card party and dance this season was held Monday evening at the Forester hall. t Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fox, two children, Mrs. Fox's father, Mike Rustemeier, and Wilbur's mother, Mrs. Henry Fox, returned Saturday from Illinois, where they visited relatives at Dwlght and Springfield two weeks. Mr. Fox Is employed at the Murray elevator. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Seeney spent Saturday at Owatonna, Minn., with the Charles Luttrells. Mrs. Luttrell is a sister of Mrs. Seeney. Sunday afternoon the Seeneys drove to Rochester and visited Edw'. Droessler, still a patient at the Colonial hospital. Jessie Stebrltz spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Hawks, Lone Rock, and called on her sister-in- law, Mrs. Claude Hawks, Burt, who has been sick for some time, and is with her people there. 'Mrs. Hawk's home Is at'Brockton, Mont. The Roy and William Sandts, of Fairmont. spSht Sunday here with- relatives, and Mrs. Mike Sandt, who had visited her Fairmont sons three sented the speaker of the even- Ing. Mr. Godfrey had appeared before Eagle Grove audiences before, and he would be welcomed back. He is a master farmer and a member of the state board of education. He operates a -dairy farm near Algona. Mr. Godfrey told the'audience that communities such as ' our own were started when settlers pooled interests and opened schools and churches. A community was just like the average individual in that community. Mr. Godfrey said he knows of a town in Iowa started some 75 years ago which is suffering today because of the meanness and miserliness of Its founder. In'.his greed to make more money by selling more lots, the streets were made narrow, buildings were put too close together, a typical reflection of the man's character. Then Mr. Godfrey spoke of another town where Its founder had provided wide streets, parks, and play grounds, a monument to his memory of which he was, and' hsl successors are, justly proud. • "It pays to build up the right kind of ruraland city life," Mr. Godfrey pointed out. "Almost any group of boys from any locality is an index to .the kind of people to be found In that community. Our young people should be taught to enjoy the right sort of pleasures, to become interested in the right sort of activities; when they are, we need have no fear of the future." Friday evening, and Mrs. Holding accompanied, him to visit her sister, Mrs. Wm. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. George Koes"er Mrs. Tver Nordin, and the latter's son will leave this week Wednesday for Juanlta, Neb., to visit a daughter of the Koestlere. Banker F. E. Rubey spent the week-end at Ames and brought home his wife, who had spent two weeks there with a daughter, Mrs Quentln Carey. The Guy C, Giddings Jr. family left last week Wednesday fpr theii home at Chicago, after severa weeks with Mr. Giddings' ijarents. Winsome Volentine and ' a Miss Peterson, teacher at-Sanborn, visited Wlnsome's parents, Mr. and Mrs' A. G. Volentine, Sunday. Mrs. Emma Hawcott and Mrs. C L. Holding entertained the U and I Circle last Thursday. Mrs. Hawcott was formerly a member. The Tuesday Bridge club gave a party Friday for Mrs. R. W. Rash at her home. • A number of guests were also present. The W. A. Packarcls, who had been living in the former Charles Meinzer house, moved day to Renwlck. last Thure- C. B. Chipman and his son Richard took Myron Chipman and Edward Paine to the Ames state college. Sunday. Albert Schrader and J. H. Schroe- Saturday _ — . Ottertall Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Krahn, Whitewater, Wis., spent the week-end with his uncles, George and Wll Koeetler. The Rev. J.'" E. Clifton and the Rev. A. H. Wood are, at Sioux City to attend the annual Methodist-conference. Mrs. Erwln Schwletert visited from Thursday to 'Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Baum Lakota. Robert Davison, Holly, Colo., and Jesse Davison, Osceola, visited last Thursday and Friday at.Will Davi son's. Ira Hansen, John 'Schwietert, and Arthur Parker left Friday for a week's fishing in northern Mlnne sota; ' . The C. C, Adams family, forrnerly Algona, has moved In with Mrs Adams' mother, Mrs. Johanna Dettman. Mr. and Mns. James West, Kansas City, .are visiting Mrs. West's parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Squaire Hud son, Luella Bleich entertained her Sunday school class at a wiener roast at her home Sunday afternoon. The Queen Esthers met last week Wednesday evening with Vera Chip lan. Mrs. J, E. Clifton to leader.' Burt Odd Fellows and Rebekahs attended a county, booster meeting at Algona Monday evening. Wm, Fox, son Leo, and Harry Putz went to Mount Carroll, 111., Saturday to visit relatives, , Helen Dannenberg, Odebolt, sorority sister, Is spending . this week with Helen Thompson. Presbyterian young people .._._ plan to attend a young people's rally at Spirit Lake Saturday, The L. By Roetmans spent the week-end with Mr, Roetman's parents at Sanborn. HOW MODERN WOMEN LOSE POUNDS OF FAT SWIFTLY-SAFELY , brate a'WrtMay. They were the Clalr Winkles, and Hansens, Hansens, Matt and Mr. and Mrs- FW W W *»J Thursday for Hayward, W*B., to vial* Roy's brother **n. B is at the Mid-G9»tlne»t . service a,* Gain Physical . _ _.. ., „ With Clear Skin and Vivacious Eyes Th«t Spafrkle AVlth Glorious Health, t Here's the recipe that banishes fat and brings Into blossom all the natural attractiveness that every woman possesses.- ' Every morning take one-half teaspoonful of Kruchen Salts in a glass of 'hot water before breakfast«— cut down on pastry and fatty meats—go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar—in i weeks get on the scales and note how many pounds of fat mve vanished. Get a bottle ,- .,_,. _„... the cost to trifling and it lasts weeks, If even this flrft /'bot— doesn't convince you this Is^the easiest, safest and surest way to lose fisrt—It you don't feel a superb JJR* provemcnt in he£ltih,—so giordOHBjy bond and la in jail, er and Harry were each placed under bond, which was furnished, and they are at liberty, awaiting a hearing at the next term of court. They are represented by Attorney J. F. Cunningham, Humboldt. THREE HELD ON ARSON CHARGE ATLjVERMORE The following story appeared In last week's Livermore Gazette: The mystery of the partial burning ot the Mrs. Jane Stauffacher residence here some weeks ago was cleard up 'Friday by the confession *•"""•* .31.1*111.0. ^*.IL^J tin jiuur ur mure ... " Glen Stoddard, Lu Verne, that he o£ fun the sophomores served lunch- , h Mio 'Tinnoa r\*i ftttft. K«!«.«. i _•» AM »• pnn /~*ni*->Vi TT' T"» Tsri-.li--. t,. ~.-. *.„ lltiy. of ^ v _ set the 'house on fire, being'paidVs for doing so, ' Mr. Stoddard's confession implicated Mrs. Stauffacher and her son Harry, of Lu Verne. Mr. Stoddard Stodclard appeared before Judge Davidson in court at Humboldt last week Wednesday, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to three years at Fort Madison. The case of the Stauf- fachers will come up at the October term. the now in the Humboldt county jail, awaiting action of the grand jury' and Mrs. Stauffacher arid Harry are under bond to appear. . Fire Chief Smells Kerosene. It was perfectly evident at the time of the fire, which was discovered early one morning by a pass- Ins motorist, that it was of incendiary origin. Fire chief Gall Berryhlll was promptly on ground with his company at the ringing of the bell. He declared that the odor of oil was too strong to be mistaken, and he had the state fire marshal notified. Mr. Berryhill served notice a year or more ago, after several early morning fires, that they were going to be unsuccessful henceforth, and unpopular. So the company has been in the alert ever since and this 'house failed to burn down, owing to .the vigilance and effective work of the fire company, even though It was soaked with gas and oil. Perpetrator Badly Burned. It was also evident that whoever touched off the blaze must have taken some chances, for the explosion was greater than • intended, and If close by the person or persons certainly would be hurt. A little detective work, looking up the whereabouts of suspects, located Glen Stoddard in an Iowa City hospital badly burned and telling'a tale of how he had an accident in his car, not knowing exactly how he got to the hospital. Stofldard was able to leave the hospital on crutches three weeks later, but state fire officers met him at the door, told him they knew he was -guilty, and he later confessed and implicated his 50-year-old employer, Mrs. Stauffacher, owner of the house,-and her son, who had been suspected from the first but on whom as yet there was no proof. Owner of House Involved. Mr. Stoddard's confession included statements that Mrs. Stauffacher had accompanied him to the residence and sat in the car outside while he applied the match, and •then took him to Fort Dodge, from where he was later sent to Iowa City. In the Gazette's account of the fire 'It .was stated that Mrs. Stauffacher was about to move into the house, and had already transferred some of her furniture. Since the fire she- has collected some of the insu- ahce; also additional evidence of Its incendiary origin was discovered, being bottles in the attic tied together and filled with gasoline. Had the blaze reached these, a lot more gasoline would have been exploded and the .blaze .scattered. These will possibly appear in court later marked "Exhibit A.". Stoddard was placed under $2,500 FENTON FRESHMEN GIVEN INVITATION BY SOPHMORES Fonton, Sept. 27—The freshmen were initiated 'Friday night. The youngsters were put through . the usual stunts. After an hour or more The Rev. S. H. Aten went to Rolfe Tuesday to attend a Presbytery. ' Mr. and Mrs. Del Marlow are par- Edw. and Lewis Bartlett Were sick last week with the flu. The John Gettmans moved Monday to Mason City. eon. Coach E. D. White Is sponsor Tor the freshmen, and there are 22 members in the class: Donna Jean Bailey, Clair Bollinger, Charles ""'• an< Glaus, Elizabeth Gramenz, Harold _- of . a son ' born Saturday. Gramenz,'Robert Hantelmann, William Hantelma-nn, Maynard Jentz, Bernice Kramer, Irene Krause, Esther Kuecker, Viola Miller, Lyle Newel, Marie Pertl, Robert Schwartz, Gladys Telman, Vernabell Ulfers, Isabelle Weisbrod, June Weisbrod, Hulda Wolder, Ernest Wolder, Frederick Zwelfel. WHITTEMORE KITTENBALLERS DEFEATEIUUPEMER FAIR Whittemore, Sept. 27—The local boys K. B. team lost its second game in K. B. tournament last week Wednesday at the Clay county fair to Schaller, 14-7. They won the first game Tuesday from Royal, 11-2, and held Sohaller down till the seventh Inning. At the end of the Oth the. score was 6-6, but the locals then blew up. George Schulta coached the boys, and Erwln Kuecker was captain. Fonda won the tournament. FENTON CIRL IS MARRIED TO CARROLL YOUTH JULY 9 Fenton, Sept. 27—Announcement was made last week of the marriage of Kathleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey, to Clair Kitchen, Carroll, July 9 at Jackson, Minn. The bride attended high school at Carroll- as junior last year. The bridegroom is a student in the Northern Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago, and the newlyweds will' live there till he completes his course. . • Burt Bakery Quits. Burt, Sept. 27—The Burt Bakery, opened: a few months ago by Geo..L. Strayer, closed Saturday, Strayers have left town. and the Bancroft Mattie Winkel left Saturday for Hettinger, S. D., to visit a brother who has been sick for some time. The Missionary society will meet at Mrs. A. B. Kohnke's this week Thursday for cards and sewing. Donald Dyer and 'Red Guest left Monday noon for Chicago to visit Market Day SALE North of the old Sale Barn SATURDAY AFTERNOON October 1 William Qulnn and Max Budding left Sunday evening for St. Paul with a truck load of stock. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mlchelinson, of Mason City, visited Saturday at her aunt Mrs. E. J. Seeney'e. ' Burt The Fortnightly club will meet this week Friday at Mrs. J. E, Thoreson'Si Mrs. Paul Moore entertained at a quilting party last week Wednes- End Eczema If you have chronic eczema of many years' standing try Dr. Erickson's new remedy on a guarantee. Thousands recovered. James Rexall Drug Store, Algona. i ^•••.••^^••••B^MWai^^^MM^^^^I^^g^^^, GUARANTEED RELIEF FOR DIZZY SPELLS -No more giddiness. No -more gas pressure on your heart. No more sick headaches. No more distress of any kind from a poor, sick, tired stomach. A tablespoontul of Dare's Mentha Pepsin before meals will end your stomach misery in no time. Money back, says E. W« Lusby or A. H. Borchardt, any time, it falls. WE BO OUB OWN LENS GRINDING DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa SPECIAL NOTICE GLASS OF ALL KINDS! f j We have added to our regular auto glass service a complete line of window glass for homes. When in need of window glass it will pay you to get our price on our A quality glass. JOE GREENBERG* PHONE 118 Farm Loans- , We have a limited amount of money to loan on choice farms. Haggard & Falkenhainer "" ™ ALGONA, IOWA Money to Loan Loans in any amount from $40 up to $300 made same day as applied for. Money loaned on livestock, automobiles and other security. Loans can be repaid through small monthly payments or paid in full at any time. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced. No waiting or extra signers, we are in position to complete your loan at the time you apply. Phone or write to ^.^ Inland Finance Corporation Office located North of Iowa State Bank. T Phone 55 , Algona, low* |llt!ll"l!lll!lllll!!llllil!il(!ll[in Foster's Furniture Co. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER Bed Room ^^f^^^Nj^ ^Hf^jf^&fff ning ^^r ^^^^P ^P^jP^PI ^PwW^^^w ^^^|^ W ^HPWP Bought Factory around , ,, fre sure tor ypw Jjejlth'e sake that you ask fqp and $e$

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