The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 25, 1942
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TITONKANS HOLD PARTY FOR THE REV. SCHNUCKERS Titonka: Rev. and Mrs. Calvin Schnucker were honored Tuesday evening when the Young People's club, the young people's class which Mrs. Schnucker taught, an-d the chorus choir had a surprise farewell for them. They presented the Schnuckers with a purse. On Wednesday afternoon the ladles aid had ft special meeting in their honor. Forty-five members attended and they presented the Schnuckers with a ' purse of money and Mrs. Schnucker was also presented a set of cups and saucers. Herbert Potter of Norfolk, Neb., was a guest at the Howard French home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Marjorie returned home Wednesday evening mfter spending a week at Spirit Lake in their cottage. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Elliott and children drove to Toapi, Minn., on Friday to visit the Floyd Elliotts They returned home Saturday. Mrs. George Haken and daughter. Violet, cf Sioux Falls, S. D. visited from Wednesday evening until Saturday morning with the Ben U. Meyer family. Jean French arrived home this week from Davenport for the rest of the summer. She was accompanied by Jane Mahin of Ainsworih for a short visit here. Miss Mahin teaches in Algona. The Adult Bible class held a very successful Ice cream social Friday, evening at the Ramsey Reformed church grounds. The young people held a parcel post sale In connection with the social. Mrs. David Gould and son, Jeff, and Mrs. Margaret Decker of Minneapolis arrived at the Howard French home to visit and afso take Mrs. Bertha Hendrlckson home. She had been visiting with the French family. Mrs. Claire Winkle entertained the Thursday bridge club with Mrs. Wilbur Schram, Mrs. Raymond Bartlett, Mrs. Everett Rippentrjp and Mrs. Wm. Ward as guests. Honors were won by Mrs. Howard French and Mrs. Pierre Sartor and guest prizes went to Mrs. Schram. Mrs. Anna Intermill passed awaj Thursday afternoon at her home, after a lingering illness. Funerrfl services were held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church with Rev. W. L. Patterson in charge. ROY KLEINPETER, WESLEY, HEADS LIONS CLUB GROUP Appointed by Roy L. Bailey, o: Mason City, district governor, Roy Kleinpeter, member of the Wesley Lions club, will serve as chairman in Zone No. 1, Iowa Lions clubs. The district comprises Livermore, Wesley, Garner, Titonki and Forest City. Mr. Kleinpeter will have full charge of the clubs in this zone. IRVINGTON MAN ESCAPES SERIOUS INJURY IN MISHAP Irvington: Wm. Marshall nai 1 - rowly escaped a serious injury Thursday when he was riding on a wagon filled with gravel and being pulled by a tractor. In some manner he feVJ from- the front end of the wagon onto the ground, and his hand and leg was run over by the wagon. It was thought that at fi-i't due to the seriousness of the fall some bones might have bee" broken. However, after ra- ceiving medical attention he was found to be just more or less bruised. Undoubtedly this was an accident Wm. would not care to have repeated. Robert Geigel spent the week end at Lake Okoboji and Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz arrived home last Wednesday after a visit with relatives at Pontiac, El. Mr. and Mrs. Hamrey Jergensen and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kuhn spent last week at the Black Hills on a sight seeing trip. Danny Benedict, cousin of the The Algona, Semort Hecotnes Bride- and cocoabrawn MoMtttfa* Jft* Rosemary Settion, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Semton, and Menno Limberg/ son of Mr. and Mrs. Abel Limberg of Buffalb Center, were married at 8:30 Monday morning at St. Cecelia's Catholic ohurch. The Rev. Edward Fan-del, Sanborn, uncle of the bride, performed the single ring ceremony* and read the nuptial mass, They were attended by Annabelle Semon, sister ,of the bride and Ben Limberg, Brother of the groom. The bride was attired in a white georgette gown made princess style with Inserts of lace,, long sleeves and a sweetheart neckline. A double fingertip veil fell from a cap of the same material with a halo of seed pearls above the hairline. She carried a bouquet of Brlatfciiff roses. Her attendant wore a sky blue flcor length dress of the same material with pink velvet trim. The skirt was tiered with fitted bodice and was completed with a plrtk head veil with matching blue ribbon. She carried light pink asters. Mairy Catherine Fandel, Manson, cousin of the bride, sang rAve Maria," and other hymns, with Josie McEvoy accompanying her .LJtillJly jaeiieuii**.) vjui*o>n «* w..^, .*««-•« ^ j* i <r -i Arthur Krauses, will return to his at the organ. Immediately fol- ' " Wednesday-Thursday, August 26-27 Wednesday Bargain Matinee 1-3-5 o'clock Use Calendar Coupon COUNTY FAIR ATTRACTION Barhslra Stanwyck Joel Mcltoa in •THE GREAT MAN'S T,ADY" Extra Added Attraction JaineH Stewart in "Winning; Your Wings" Friday and Saturday, Aug. 28-29 Bitr Double Feature Show—Two guaranteed attractions Tree-Toppisig ThriSis! Axe Slashing Action! home in Milwaukee this week end after spending the summer here. Miss Donna Jean Reeves will go to her home at Sioux City on Thursday after spending the summer with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Miss Leota Morris, 1942 graduate of the Algona high school, will enter the Lutheran hospital In Sioux City on Sept. 1, where she will start a course in nurses' training. Leota is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Norris. Miss Dorothy King arrived at the home of her parents, Mr. ajid Mrs. David King last Thursday from Ames, where she has been attending summer school. Dorothy will resume her school activities there at the starting of the fall session. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney ara grandparents, a son having been born to Mr and MPS. Russell Walker on Aug. 18th. This is the second son for the Walkers who farm northwest of Algona. Mrs. Walker is better known here as the former Norma Raney. Mrs. Edward Abbott and Miss Alice Lawrence arrived from Chi cago Sunday morning by train for a week's visit at the Armour Lem kee home, Mrs. Abbott being a sis ter of Mrs. Lemkee. This is Miss Lawrence's first trip to the countr; as she has been reared in the city Later Mr. Abbott will motor her Coming" Sun.-Mon.-Tucs., August 30-31, September 1 (Jary Grant, Je-*n Arthur and Ronald G'oleman in "TALK OF THE TOWN" owlrrg the ceremony a wedding ireakfast was served at the home if the bride's parents. Mr. and •Irs. Limberg left on a wedding rip and after September 15 will be at home in W.oden where the ;room has a farm. Shower for Recent Bride- Friday evening a group of ladies from the Van-guard class of the Baptist church were hostesses at a miscellaneous, post-nuptial shower, honoring Mrs. Ray Richardson, the former Virginia Spear, at the church. A color scheme of pink ind white was featured in the decorations and refreshments. After a reading "The Courtln' ", by James Russell Lowell, given by Mrs. Arthur Moulds, the guest of horror was sent on a hunt for a "mysterious 'hidden message" which took her to various place in and around the church, and at last leading her to the room where she found her lost clue, containing the "hidden message", which was the well wishes of her friends as well as the many lovely gifts which had been placed on a table in her absence from the room. The table was centered with a bowl of pink asters and lighted with pirrk tapers. Mrs. Richardson has for the past two years been a student at Northwes- tdrn Bible Institute of Minneapolis, and Mr. Richardson has been associated with his father in the Richardson Furniture store, since his wore a corsage of pink roses. Her attendant wore a street length dress of geld wool trimmed with dtfrk brown and brown accessories. She wore a corsage of gold gladioli- After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the Dubuque Hotel to the bridal party and a group of relatives. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Thompson will be at home on a farm near Algona where the groom .flarma with his father. 1}o present Operetta— The Methodist Junior choir win present an operetta entitled "The Nifty Shop" by Otis Carrlngton, on Sunday at three rfclock at (me church. Mrs. O.. A. Lmdgren is directing the operetta. The Junior choir presonnel includes Mary Anderson, Alma Baldwin, Ruth Baldwin, Francis Bunting, Lois Clausen- Charlene Clement, Ruth Ann Clement, Jean Danl, Marjorie Dewel, Lenore Hagg, Shirley Helberg, Doris McGuire, Dorothy Miller, Florence PhillipaJ Connie Rentz, Anna Mae Rockey, Harriet Schoby. lola Schoby, Joyce Sterling, Galtha Stevens, Ivalu Stevens, Marilyn Tuttle, Harriet Vining, Ardis Wai- berg Esther Will and Ruth White. Mrs.' Burton Thorpe Is the general chairman and Ruth Ann Clement will play the piano. A silver tea pteftent at tne SMw*rV'' Dinner Gueafcl ftV *tefl*8»* Sunday dinner guests ftt the home df Mr. afld Mrs. Paut Sell were Mr. and Mra. Irvln Shettoiyer and daughter, Margafet and MM. Ira Hoover of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. R R. Rising ami daughter. Marfon, Margaret Shellmyer Is taking itnrses' training at a hos>- pltal in Rochester and Marlon Rising Is employed at Des Molnes. Helen Chuftb tn n'e Honored— Mrs. HarlarffSlgsbee and Eleanor Fraser will be Hostesses to the members of the Alpha Pal cheater of Beta Sigma Plrf at a miscellaneous shower for Helen Chubb on Thursday* 1 evening at the Slgsbee home. Miss Chuftb will become the bride of Robert Dewel, son of W. C Dewel, on Sunday,. August 30th. ,'A"t\' , Lw Sfagwtt wtsrfe tMtaMNt to a group" Of girls MofttWtf evening at Hie AifBna «feuitf#» Gluft afc ft mi&tidu&tf^iHui' rtu'dwrti* in BRSflor 0* Helen Chtftfy who wilt be marrlfict Sunday. Will f »«*J l."^ £,.—.._. -will be served with Mrs. E/. J. Hermanson, Marilyn Tuttle and Lenore Hagg in charge. Brown-Walden Wedding- Betty June Br.own, daughter of Mrs. Victor Hisarodt of Algona, and John B, Walden of Algona, were married Saturday morning at the First Lutheran church with the Rev. E, K. Nelson officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zeigler, sister and brofthfljr-in-daw of the' bride, attended the couple. A wedding breakfast was served at the Algona Hotel at the close of the ceremony after which the couple left on a short wedding trip. They will live in Algona where he is employed by the Western Buyers. Mrs. Waiden is an Algona high school graduate and has been employed at the Algona hotel until recently when she began working at the county engineer's office in the covjrt- house. Burt Blue-Birds Meet— The local achievement day was and the trio will return- to Chicago graduation from high school. Samp returned to his ' Tlwmpson-Saimders Wedding- Luncheon Hon;ors A luncheon was given by Mrs J W. Haggard Thurdaay in honor of Mrs. Joe Ohrbeck and children of St. Paul, and Miss Jean White of Manilla, Iowa, nieces' of Mrs Haggard, who have been- spending some time in Algona visiting relatives. All returned to thew homes the last of the week. Mrs. George Honored— Mrs Gene Oaddis entertained several women Wednesday afternoon at a 1:30 luncheon and shower in honor of Mrs. Chet CSborge. Games were played with prizes being won by Mrs. F. A. Macumber, Mrs. Earl Sprague, Mrs). SE. E. Attelson and Mrs. M. G. Bourne. Shower at Thaves— Mrs. Tom Dailey was guest of honor Friday afternoon at the home ,of Mrs. Ed Thaves at a "hanky" shower. Five guests 'Were present and the afternoon was spent socially Mrs. Dailey will move with her family the middle of the month to California. Book Club Meets— Mrs. F. E. Sawyer entertained the members of the Book Club on Friday afternoon at her home. New members of the club are Mrs. Ray- Anderson an-d Mrs. Wilbur Curtis. Mrs. H. M. Burns' mother; Mrs. B. Hopper, was a guest of the club. Shower at Country Club— Pauline Zender, Mrs. Harry Greenberg, Dorothy Dailey andl KEEP ENGINE TUNED Keep- your engine iff- '' tune'' with the times —if it isn't ftttmttiing smoothly, it's, costing you precious gas and money— -fa&s that must be conserved:, money that could go into War Bonds. Our men are trained to tuiie your engine exactly 'right —to help you get maximum mileage from your "duration'' Ca,]'.' Come in . today—-wo conserve your cay for Victory and you, Champlin Gas and Oila Sttfte and Harlan WUVWVVMJWWV Park'iSnpei Service PfeMM 108 I I I I I I I I I I i LIVESTOCK AUCTION THURSDAY, AUGUST 27 600 CATTLE 600 gortment Q luction vvill include E* \ cry js^*-"-* " f good quality stockers and feeders direct trom , at this time is as follows: 250 good Hereford r;inge. Advance steer ; 7 run rf native stf-ers and heifers, springer cows •Usual s-ood run t natwe * - ^^ ^ , run r n home recently from Des Moin-33 where he had been summoned to appear for another physical 1 examination preparatory to entering the army air corps. This is Lowell's ecoird check-up and he was reject•d again due to complications of aulty eyesight. However, he en- isted in the ground work of the air corps and is now awaiting a all. The Irvington I's 4-H girls' club s to be commended upon its splen- li dachievement in connection with he club project. So far this season he girls have assisted with and canned thirteen hundred quatrs of vegetables, fruit and meat. Some of the best of this assortment was exhibted in the Irvirtgton 4-H booth it the county fair. Mrs. Arthur Krause, club leader, is to be commended for the splendid' work she is doing with this group of girls, FENTOlCLUBWILL DONATE ARMY KITS TO SERVICE BOYS Fenton: The Friendly Neighbo club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. F.l.sie Dreyer with Florence Weisbrod as .assistant "hostess Twenty members were present anc responded to roll call which was th amount of scrap rubber turned in. The club decided to donate five army kits for hoys in the service. A demonstration, "Chicken- on "" the Miss Patricia Saunders, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. S'aun- ders of Bancroft, became the bride af Stuart Thompson son of Mr., and 1 itrs. Frank Thompson, in a ceremony performed August 11 at T:3D' n St. Joseph's church at Farley, Iowa. Rev. R. J. Saunders, cousin of the bride, officiated at the nup- ial high mass. The couple was attended by Miss- Alice Saunders, ister of the bride, and Tony dchJiei'cTer. The bride was attired in- a street length dress of beig2 ool trimmed with cocca brown- Mrs Lulu Buss and Miss Hazel Roller of Mt. Morris, 111., and Mrs. Beulah' DiehT of Aurora, HI., visited at the Philip Wander home on Monday. They returned home on Tuesday after a ten day vaction Tuesday after a ten day vacation trip-. Bertha Krossirr was pleasantly surprised on her birthday Friday at the Merle Cufbertson h'-me. Present were Mrs. Herman Hintz and Marian, Mrs. Fred Botetcher, Wayne and VerdeUe, Mrs.. Fred Meyer (and three children, Mrs Morris Wallace find family and Dorene Kohlwes of Austin, Minn A picnic supper was held in the park Tuesday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Martin- Hantelman, Mrs. Dan Hantelman, Salina and Malinda, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hantelman, Jr., and daughter, Mrs Leland Hantelman and family, Jas Hantelman of Minneapolis and Lin da Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn. the girls gave the 4-H pledge, et Sage and Jacqueline Person gave a demonstration on- serving a meal. Clarice Riebhoff read The Country Girls' Creed. Rachel Weisbrod sang Dreaming. Margaret Officer read a 4-H poem. Helena Weisbrod and Shirley Hansen gave their demonstration, Putting the Lid on Corn Our Problem Child. Miss Schultz and Mrs. A. L. Brown judged and classed the canned products Everybody sang Homo on the Range and Home Sweet Hcme. Lunch was served at the close or the meeting- Farewell for Ruth HoKztaner— Ruth Holtzbauer was guest honor Thursday evening at a surprise party at the home of Helen Winkel. The group wen* to the show after which a. lunch: was served 1 at the Winkel home. Those present were Mary Lamuth, Leta Reynolds, Betty Reynolds, " Kinsey, Dorothy Gfsch, Patriine SNAPPY SNAPSHOT SERVICE AT LONG'S STUDIO Algona 6 or 8 exposure roll finished with free enlargement only 25c. reprints 3c each. Films left before 9 a. m. ready at 5 p. m. ' < Conserve Your Car With Paint Protect its life for th'«r duration. Have the dents straightened and repaired' they are small. A complete paint job will brighten up your car and help it to last longer. Get our prices. Percival Motors DODGE-PLtYMOUTH DEA3LEB Phone 817 E. Nebnuto' Elaine Gisch, Ruth Arlene , Hargreaves and Eileen Thul. Miss Holtzbauer will leave Thursday for Dubnque. Bride-to-be Honored— Mrs Henry Lavrenz and daughters-, Elda and Esther, were hostesses at a prenuptial miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at the Lavrenz home in h>cnor of their daughter and' sister, Amelda Lavrenz Miss Lavrenz will be married' Sunday,, August 3D, to Clalr Hospital News srr^rs.^'.™, zzsxszztt&z Thursday afternoon. Ten members \ GARNER SALES CO. GARNTSR, IOWA Garner is located on Highway, 18 and BD. and 20 miles we, Farmers: r. :::=:.- ss Used Machines 36" Woods Bros, all steel thresher No. 4 McCormick-Deering cream separator Royal Blue cream separator Peering corn binder Papec ensilage cutter Sf NTS' two-row Farma.1 mounted corn picker One F-14 with rubber front and cultivator ^ McCormick-Deeriog Store er and Phyllis Gade. A contest game was played with i Dorothy Dreyer in charge. Birthday collections were turned in by Mesdames O. J. Ranney, W. J. Weisbrod and Elsie Dreyer. Guests included, Mrs. Herbert Rosaiter, Mrs. Herman Gade and Phyllis. Mrs. O. J. Ranney and Mrs. Arlo Ranney will be hostesae.s to the September meeting. The Chan Daileys of Algona vis- ted Friday evening at the R. C. •xnd George Goetsch homes. Edward Lindsey left Wednesday for Fort Leavenworth, \Ka|isas, where he will be stationed in th* army. Carol Lee Whitlow of Armstrong visited Friday and Saturday at the home of her grandfather, Frank Bailey. Marie Mitchell returned home the first of the week from Wells, Minn, where she had been the past two weeks. Mr and Mrs. A. H. Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt attended the army show In Des Moines Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Florence visited at the Hugo Denker home in Lester from Wed nesday to Friday. John Bailey left Wednesday eve- ninz for Des Moines and from there went to Kelly Meld, Texas John enlisted in the air corps. 1C*, and Mrs. Robert Ooettc and Mrs R. C. Outsell left Wed- Say for Beloit, Wis, for a ew Kossuth Hospital August 10— Mary Platt. AIg?ona. medical; Mrs. A- JT.Martinek, Wesley jnecfieaL August 11— Mrs. Eldon Marlow, Lone Rock, surgical; Mrs. Robert Kain, Algona, surgical; Robert Fen- inuraaay aicernuon. o.eji juejuucis> ert rvtun, «Je ulit *i ~«»e--^—, responded to roll' call which was' Hardgrove, Algona, surgical. "One Good Eating Habit I Have." I August IS-^HTans (Jensen, Following the business meetihg 1 a ton, surgical. health talk-en "Importance of Good August 16—Mrs. Ken Cowan, AI- Posture" 1 was given by Marian gona, girl; Nellie and Alice San,-_ ., .-., T * i. *-«; - _i -i •_: i LU .. I . >? i -^_ J'^. A wt 1 t£*i*A«af n Gade. Charlotte Riedel joined the medJcal, Bode;: Art Kreasln ae. aroe ey me, club and Shirley Mae Haaae was Fenton, accident; Mrs. W. W. Sar a gnest. ST. JOE NEWS , chet, Sanborrr, surgical. August 17— Mrs. W. W. Sarchet 1 Sanborn, surgical; Mrs. Edith Rich Algona, medical; Mra. Panl Rich ardson, Algona, boy. Mrs! ' IS 'totMoif Compare our home loan plan with all others/ and you'll surely agree;. Algona Federal Saving & Loan * EiEVATE SEPARATE * Rf'iVENATE; to. " That sagging look and sag- - ging feeling changed in- m Ap '^J^'^^^ll stantly to a divided youthful l>fav V \ *Ste/ look and a buoyant join de vivre. Every woman—agcr and size notwithstanding^, can be made to look and,' feel so very much better with the right Life Bra fitted Day-Life • Sports-Life . Night-Life to you by one of our expert*. 1.98 Christensen's ^aaasxooasjaM-ujaMMja .n ru*a*>«>*** croft, medical; Mrs. Walter ciwey, Mrs. Raymond Kohhaas and in- Algona, surgical. mt daughter came home Sunday August l&-Mrs. Otto Schmidt, AK fant daughter came home Sunday. —„ morning from St. Joseph's hospital i gcna, accident. it Fort Dodge. l A "~-'"* 0(1 - lu (Mrs. Joseph Becker, Jr., and fant daughter cam* home day morning from St. pital at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein ?ind son, Stanley and Mrs. Nick Klein Klein's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Klein and other relatives at Wat-| kins, Minn. J<JlCt) 'C*V.^*'-t «-**"• August 20—Mrs. Ronald Lavrenz, Algona, boy. August 21—Mrs. Edmund Frideres, Burt, girt; Mrs. Gerald Schof- es, Burt, boy. lAuguat 23—Mrs. James Weir, of ancroft, medical. August 24—Alice Mathes, Algona, surgical. General Hospital August 10—Mrs. A..H. Maas, Lu- - - • • Weber, Irving- and Edmund Prlderes are the born at the Kc Algona. This Is the first cWd °< days' visit friends. with relatives and iCarl bstrom of Glenwood, Minn., was an over night visitor Wednesday at the George J° r «t, nson , h S!?i!' Mrs. Ctetrom Is a brother of Mrs. J °Undf °Sch»idtke returned toher home at Morristown, Minor., Wednesday after a few days' visit with her Tlster, M«. William Hantelman, Jr. wad family. BaWey Burned home rn Friday frofW Cedar ***** she attended summer school » week 1 * h*r Algona. This is the first ctold snd yaw. M***? 1 - . first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. August £r^ cb |!* *? Nick Bormann of here. Verne, surgical, Beatrice The Infant daughter of Mr. and Algona, fUf* 1 ""- «•„„„ TJI a ^ wfitf'-s: ! vSs^s&£y&^ in * by ^^ra?^| ii as?^^ w. * «*» >eter Becker. 'lone Rock, surgical, school will begin I August Iftr-jpill Andrews. Algora, August 31. New surgical; Eugene Arndorfer, Cot' - - - wjtL surgical. August 20—Pelbert Wlchtendah), West Bend, surgical. >t 21—Mrs. Gertude Cott- Bwte, surgical; Roger Bv- surgical. ft-Mrs. J. T. B«w«y, ' ' Ivan ~ When your Ifcvett ones leave far camp, war ^ones, distant factories, *en.«l them off with the gift of a Sheaffer'i "TRIUMPH" pen and pencil set. It'* the finest pen pro* duced by $heaffer~NEW this yfpr. You'll get happy letters bock. Come to our pen department .today and pen, Irvington and Peter Becker. r^^Ut&F ^•^••p«|M««« . ——jy— • -TT-7- - • >- -. faculty members are: Sister Mary Caritas seventh and eighth grades, and Sister Agnea Marie, .flrst and second grades, Komie : majjtog wfll be offered- &g$ta *^9 s y** r tor the junior and senior gWs. Fatfcf? George Theobald will teach manual training to the Junior and aen'" bpys. The ^OKLSlf^" " Tfltf" 'TRIUMPH' 9!Py9»T*ff ftVwi v^ isffiff mf School Supplie. of a Kind* Official City School Book

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