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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 3, 1942
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fha Algon* Wppw DM ItoteM, Aig6*»> *»«». ft», 8, IMjl SIXTEEN LEADERS AND MOMEMAKERS MEET AT SEXTON , Sextom The home of Mrs. Chns. Nygaard on Wednesday, October 98th, was the scene of an interesting discussion on the "Conservation of the Family Wardrobe" by 16 leaders and homemakers of the JrvJngton-Pralrie woman's home project group. Attractive work aprons and vestees were displayed made from discarded and worn mens' shirts (so men, watch your favorite shirt). Work clothes were shown whloh could be used for farm women who are helping In the victory program in farm labor. Emphasis was placed on food menus for keeping the standard of. health In homes toy the 'home economist, M!ss Alma Schultz of AlgOha. A pot luck dlirner was served at noon. The Sexton leaders, Mrs, B. 13. Sanders, Mrs. Sim Bemis and Mrs. Herman Wise Will hold their follow-up meeting on November 10th at the home of Mrs. B. E. Sanders. , George Yanser has been suffering Vith an Infected finger and had to receive medical aid for M. Albert Tesch, who haa been farm- Ing with his brother, Elmer Tesch, was drafted Into the army and left Friday. Ed Fitsch, who had been staying at Algona recuperating from in automobile accident, returned to his home this week. Pvt. Francis J. Pfeffer left Tuesday for Fort Stevens, Oregon, after spending a furlough with hl3 parents, the M. J. Pfeffers. Francis '.a a brother of Mrs. Wm. Green. Assortment Ever! New designs to choose from, many featnr ing the trend of the times. All prices. With Name Imprinted $^00 50 Cards Unusual Assortment for Business Firms The Algona Uppei Des Moines CHATTER BOX With Coffee one of the main topics of conversation since it is about to be rationed, everyone is interested in making her coffee go as far as possible. You can serve better coffee and use a smaller amount of coffee if you make it in a Cory Glass Coffee Brewer. Every Cory Coffee Brewer is sold complete with the funnel holder and the coffee measure. There is no boding with a Cory and no metal contact to make the coffee turn bitter. The Cory Coffee Brewers come in three sizes and sell for from $2.95 to$5.25. You can make wonderful tea with a Cory Brewer, loo. JILR We have a new permanent anti-freeze for your car. It Is OHEM-lA-JOOOLi, and M protects your cooling system to 50 degrees below zero. It is safe—there is no water to freeze and it can be used each season. JILR OHEM-A-OOOL will not boil away. No testing is required. Once your car is conditioned, you won't have to give M further attention. The assurance and satisfaction you h,ave in knowing your car is safe will mean a great deal. JILR One of our Water Pressure Drain Cleaners will cut down your plumbing bill. Use it to clean out the drains in the kitchen staks, tubs, lavatories and for toilet bowls. JILR To operate the Drain Cleaner you screw one end of it into the dram and attach the other to the HOT water faucet and turn the water on slowly unil the obstruction is cleared, then turn water on full force and allow pressure to flush obstruction through sewer. J.L RichardsonHdwe. From where I sit.. Joe Marsh LAST Saturday night we were set- tin' around Jeb Crowell's house, mid from upstairs we hear the squawks those Crowell youngsters put up while their Ma was dunkin' 'em in soap and water. Causes Jeb to comment: "Just shows how times change. Used to be a law here in America that nobody could take a bath without a doctor's prescription!" Then we got talking about the funny laws some people hare pat through in this country—like the aUte where they made it against the law to wake • man up if he's sleeping on the railroad tracks. "Railroad law I once heard about," saya Basil Strube, the stationmaster, "said when 'two trains meet at an intersection, neither can proceed until the other one has gon« ahead." "How could that be a law?" asks Pete Swanson. "That just don't make sense." "Lots of laws don't make sense," say» Jeb. 'Why just think! We'ro !ivin* in • bu>d where most folks hold for tolerance and understanding. And yet it wasn't so long ago we had a law of Prohibition. Account for that, if you can." Well, he had us there. Here's America—where we set so much store on seein' the other fellow's point of view—havin' such a law. Now that it's all over, it's hard to realize how people put up with a law like that, even as long as they did. * • * From where I sit, a man's got every right to enjoy a satisfyin' glass of beer when he wants to quench his thirst Beer's a friendly drink. It's a drink of moderation, too. And most folks—even the ones that don't drink beer themselves— are tolerant enough, nowadays, to respect the rights of folks who do. I reckon Jeb was right—we've had some mighty strange laws in this country. M. E. CHURCH AT LED YARD HOLDS WEEK OF PRAYER Ledyard: Special services were held Thursday evening In the M. Hi church following a week of Prayer and SelMSehial observed by all. The following Is the program carried out on Thursday eve- nf ng:> Quiet music and Meditation, call to worship, opening prayer, quartet, Jean Gabel, Mrs. Win, Stubbe, Mrs. G. Burrow and Mrs. H. Frye, responsive reading, hymn, scripture, Mrs. L. W. Wlemer, season of prayer, Builders and Building, Mrs. E. Carpenter, Mrs. L. Skaar and Mrs. H. Herzog. prayer, hymn and sacriflcMl offering and benediction. Mrs. Asa Warner spent Friday In Burt having dental work done. Robert Whistler was a buslnesa visitor in Belmond on Thursday. Mrs. Henry Frye and Mrs. Robert Whisler shopped In Blue Earth Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. Edw. Nuss callud on Rev, and Mrs. Karl Meckel at Elmore Wednesday. Mrs. L. D. Mayne, Miss Deloris Mayne and Mrs. Frank Kelly were Fairmont shoppers Saturday. Howard Nitz and mother, Mrs. Max Nftz and Maxine Nitz were Blue Earth shoppers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wordcn of Welcome came to see their son before he left for the army recently. Mrs. Burton Johnson, Mrs. John Darnell and Mrs./ Fred D&rnell were Elmore shoppers Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Estle arrived here from DCS Molnes and.Dale will pick corn here during the corn picking season. Raymond Worden and Clyde Behse left Friday afternoon for Algona from where they left to be Mr- ducted in the army. Mrs. Chester Johnson and Mrs Fred Darnell were canvassing ir the community on a Red Cross membership drive Wednesday. The local beet dump closed the season here Thursday. A total ol 6,000 tons of beets was harvested in this territory the past season. Duane Thompson spent several days with 'his parents, Mr. and Mrs George Thompson. On Thursday his parents took him back to Sioux City. The Youth Fellowship of the Ev« angelical and Reformed church had Its devotional meeting on Sunday evening with Orvllle Brafidt ft» the leaded , * The Misses Cbnnie K3«ty and Phyllis Strand spent the week end visiting their parents, Mrs. Alice Gary and Lawrence Strand homes here. They attend college at Mankato. Rev. E. P. Nuss was at Fairmont on Sunday as guest speaker at the mission festival held at the Evangelical Reformed church there. The Rev. W. A. Werth Is the pastor there. (Henry Ploeger had the raisfpr- tune to fall from hla hay loft and suffer a broken collar ,<bone. He was alone at the time but managed to get to the house and telephone for''help. Miss Kathleen Reece has been spending the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reece, east of town, her school having been closed for a two weeks corn- picking vacatfon. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Roseborough are the proud parents of a 7% pound -baby boy born Wednesday, Oct. 28, at the Esthervllle hospital. They have one other child, a daughter. Mrs. Ed-Reece returned to her home here Sunday after spending a week with her daughter, Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg at Clarlnda, and also getting acquainted with her new granddaughter. Mr and Mrs. Lorenz Nitz are the parents of a 3V4 pound baby girl toorn prematurely Oct. 30 at the Buffalo Center hospital. The baby was placed In an incubator and given a 50-50 chance. Miss Tillie Beadle and Robert Elomstrom of Swea City visited Thursday at the home of her sister, (Mrs. Peter Troff. Mr. Blom strom :« in a naval training sta tion in Virginia and is home on a furlough. ' Dean Gelhaus, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Gelhaus, was severely burned Tuesday morning when he placed his little hands on top of the cook stove. Dr. Sommers dressed his burns and reports they are qu!te deep. The little fel low suffered severe pain. The Red Cross Ladies of the southern part of Springfield township will hold a bake sale on Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Brack store The receipts of the sale will be for the benefit of the Red Cross recently organized. All ladies are requested to donate food for the sale. Sale will begin in the afternoon and extend Into the evening WEST BEND WAR SERVICE CLUB SELLS 155 STAMP CORSAGES SATURDAY West Bend: The War Service club, composed of all the ladles' organizations of the town, had a very successful day Saturday selling stamps and stamp corsages. A total of $236.66 passed through their hands. About 155 stamp corsages were sold. Each corsage contained 90 cents worth of stamps and they sold for $1.00. It may be that another stamp drive will be held but stamps and : stamp corsages will be for sale at every meeting of all the ladies' organizations m town. War Service club officers are: Mrs. Jim Olson, president; Mrs. Vialet Cuplin, treasurer; Mrs. Amy Balgeman, secretary. Louis Balgeman was n'business visitor in Emmetsburg Friday afternoon. Arnold Wildermair and Herman Ludwig are leaving for California to work in a defense plant. Delbert Berninghaus and Leo Wehrspann were Sunday guests in the Rev. Otto home in Ames. P. J. Dewitt returned home from Michell, S. D., after a visit at the Clarence Howland home recently. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Frieden returned Friday from their vis.'.t with relatives to Missouri and Oklahoma. John Collins returned to Elkader after spending the week end with his wife, Mrs. Mary Derner Collins. Mrs. Frank Koch and Richard and Kathryn Ann went to Neha*ka, Nebr., to spend a few days with hor parents. Miss Mary Jandl was called to Burt by the serious accident and. death of her brother's son, Anthony Jandl, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jaeger went to Des Moines Sunday to attend the state bankers' convention. They returned Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nevlns Cuplin and son and Rudy Berninghaua spent Sunday wtth Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simmons at Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and their children of Fort Dodge spent Sunday with Mr. Miller's parents, Mr and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Von Bank and children of Bancroft were recent visitors at the home of the former's uncle, Mike Von Bank. Mrs. George Marshall, Mrs. Se'.'p and Mrs. Parsons of Trvington were visitors at the home of Mrs. Chris Christensens Tuesday afternoon, Bernard C. Mertz of Lubbock Flying Field, Lubbock, Texas, came home last week on a furlough to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mertz. Mrs. E. L. Blair and daughter Mrs. Frank Christensen, left Wednesday for White Hall, 111., called there by the serious illness of the former's mother, (Mrs.'Thorstein Satem underwenl a major operation at the Genera hospital at Algona Saturday. Late reports are that she is getting along as well as could be expected. Local friends of Raymond Anliker, who recently enlisted in the navy, received word that he is now stationed .'« San Diego, Calif., and that he likes the service flne. Dorothy Bevard and lona Chris- QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of putrw* ArUing from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID FroeBookTelUolHom«Tr««tine»tth«t Must Help wr It Will Coft You Nothlnf OvertwomllUonbotawoftoe'W'ILt.ABD TREATMENTtav«been soldforwUefof tensen spent Thursday and Friday at Graettinger visiting the former's sister. Miss Judy Thorsen accompanied them home for a few days' visit. Donald Bla.'.r called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blair, by phone from Long Beach, N. Y., Monday night. Donald said he expected to be enroute soon for an unknown destination. Mrs. Kenneth Anderegg and Miss Norma Anderegg went to Guttenberg Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. Anderegg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Herboldsheimer and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderegf and son, Glenn of Montana, spen; Friday afternoon at the home o: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Anderegg. They came down to attend the funera of Aaron Wise. Among those who wMl leave for Des Moines from West Bend next Wednesday to take their service examination are: Edward Nessen Orlie Stagman, Russell Doyle, Cloj Nessen, Bob Brown, Bernard Rich ter and Rolland Bleuer. •Rev. and Mrs. V. A. Mack lef Monday for Fort Wayne, Ind., for a visit with Mrs. Mack's parents, and also to attend the wedding of he sister. She wMl be matron of hon or in the wedding party. They in tend to return the latter part o the second week in November. Copyright, 1942, Brewing laduttry Charlotte Anderson. Corwith, Weds James Laursen, Renwick Corwith :i Miss Charlotte Andei son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas Anderson and Ivan Laursorr, so of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Laursen o Renwick, have announced thei marriage, whi^ch took place Sep 21st at Bethany, Mo. The brid is a graduate of the Corwith 'hig school, graduating with the clat of '42 and Mr. Luursen- is a grac uate of the Renwick high schoo They wiil make the'.r homo on farm near Renwick. DOAN NEWS fit JVA A aian t M vv WWMI, •«•« * w »v»«v» w. symptoms of di«treM»rl«lngfrom»i«n»ch and Dupdtnal UIcw* due to EMW *«Mjj- w T rt f* ™ri- »*-*» LU6BY ft GIOS81, *MB. Q. W. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers an Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hoover spen Saturday at Mason City. The annual fall bazaar and chick en supper will be held at Don church on Tuesday evening, Oc 27. The public is invited. Joe Balk has been seriously 1 the past week. Mrs. Orthaus, fpr merly Lucille Balk, came last wee to help care for her father. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Franzen an son, Edward of West Union, spen Tuesday with the latter's brother A. J. and Wm. J. Martinek. Othe dinner guests at the A. J. Mar tineka were Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. ." Martinek and Mr. and Mrs. Oha Uhlenhake. Aline Martinek wh travels for "Bookhouse" and ha been at West Union, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Franzen and spent the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek. Mrs. Cbas. Barrickmaji and son Warren and daughter, Anne were dinner guests Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson. Mrs. Barri-ckman and children leave Tuesday to join her husband at Los Angeles, Calif., where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson have two othei daughters in California, Mrs. Bernard Hum (Agnes Nelson) and Mrs. James Payne (Florence Nelson). Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and Mrs. Chas. Barrickraan and children spent Wednesday at the Bruce Eckbart home in Swea City, a daughter of the Nelsons. MIKE KOPPEN, OF WHTTTEMORE, FRACTURES ARM Whlttemore: Mike Koppen had he misfortune to break his rignt m While cranking his tractor. r. Koppen was helping to move house In West Bend Friday after-* odn. As they were taking down ome telephone lines the accident appened. Elsie Helmke of Algona spent ast week with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. J. H. Helmke. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt va- ated the former Henry house nd moved Into the Hatch resi- ence. The Whlttemore Townsend club lll hold Its business meeting and oclal gathering .'.n the Higgins hall n Thursday evening, Nov. 6th. Harvey Mergen Is spending a ten ay furlough with his mother rind ther relatives here. He is statfon- d at Fort Lewis, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and amghter, IShari Ann, of Mason City, spent the week end at the par- rtal home of Mry-and Mrs. Arthur [eldenwlth. ' : M!as Ruth Vaudt of Rake has ented the apartment over the J. Waldron store and will operate a eauty shop and will move her qulpment here. Mrs. H. O. Meyer returned home rom K<»nosha, Wls., where she vls- ted with her daughter and hus- >and, Mr and Mrs Travis, and she ilso vislte'd at the home of her on and family at Madison, Wis. Twenty-five ladfes registered with Mrs. Herman Kollasch for a course n Red Cross home nursing. The course will be six weeks in length and the ladles will meet every Tuesday and Friday night in the own hall. •Dorothy Sobers, Rosella Volgt, Mary Kelso and Anita Allg, all of Algona, spent the week end with heir respective parents, Mr. and Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. James Celso and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Alig. (Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald en- ertained a group of relatives at heir home Friday evening in honor Of Harold Zlmmetm&tt of Algbrta, a brother bf Mrn Ost^ald. whd was JndWcled into the army. Those Whe attended were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ztmmerman, Helen Ohm, Haf- 6ld. Nielifth, Pelfiy fi&tey, Robert Thdmpsbn find 'Lois Ohm, all of A1« goha, Mr. and Mrs. William Zimmerman of Bode, Mf. and MBS. Wlllard Mentz of Fenton, Mr. a'nd Mrs; WllHafti Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt, Alice Hein- r!<-h, Harold Esser asd NoAett Zumach. Cards efe played and a delicious lunch wad, served Varied Oop of Beam j. *h6 WWI, i&herlngtdH eonbi ,m n*lgnl*>rh6od fin TOirtdAy, and » edmbMlntf bean* .fof .Ralph !**«, Fred oewfei and Haw Mfatttfr mann. .Frank Kajewskl operated the tractor. There ae^m* to be ft Wide variation In the quality of 'beans this season, Some have been reported a* being «f» whil<*,tth6« are entirely green artd some spoiled. SPECIAL, LIVESTOCK, Auction Sale at Alliance, Nebraska FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, '42 1:00 P. M. I CfllA • • • cholce Hereford ItHRI Calves and Yearlings This will ;be our fifth special sale of this season. The leading consignment comes from one large ound up of ^ 104o head of real good Hereford alves from the extreme Western slope loaded at Price, Utah. These alves are all from the same forest •eserve of several dffferent owners. They are the low down blocky kind which always show good ga'.ns. Other early local listings include: 60 head of Hereford calves from u E. Hood of Alliance, Nebr. 100 head of Hereford, calves from Mark Orr of Rushville, Nebr. 40 head of Hereford calves from Edna Hastings of Hay Springs, >Jebr. 50 head Shorthorn calves from j. H. Neeland of Hemingford, Neb. 90 head Hereford calves from ohn Craig of Reddington, Nebr. There will be plenty of Additional ^ocal Consignments of Calves and Yearlings -to Exceed 1600 head All of these cattle are exceptional good quality and will come to the lale fresh from the range. Most ol he-cattle in the range territories lave been sold, and this is a real opportunity to .purchase your requirements. All cattle will 'be sorted Mi car load ots, and sold on the day of the sale only, through The Alliance Live Stock Comm Co Alliance, Nebraska SAVE the Now is the time to prepare for winter. Insulate your^home with Balsam-Wool. If you can get into your attic, ydu can do the job yourself. ,. , CALL- AND SEE US TflODAY F. S. Norton & Son Phone 1220 W, B. QUARTON H. W* WQTLLRR ATTORNinrS AT LAW Office In Sawyer BtriWiag Office Phone 437 ALOONA, IOWA HwoctnsoN * Htmaasow ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1638) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 261 Algona, Iowa .It has never been^ more V.portant to keep your car in running order .'• .lout. of the repair shop . . 'than right now. Your Phillips 66 Dealer has had years of experience with cars. Visit him regularly. Get his advice and assistance in getting'the most out of*-four car. You will find Phillips 6.6 Service and Phillips 66 Products a winning combination to help you to f f/ Car* For Your Car . . . For Your Country! Phill-up with Phillips HARMS OIL CO., Distributors Super Service Station, State and Phillips Walter Steven, Attendao We take pride in the success of thousands who have bought Opportunity Farms "Ifa a comforttbla feeling to know that you tiand on your own frounf' Anthony Trollops ^•" D URING Die past 5 years, more than SOOO people have purchased Metropolitan Opportunity Farms. More than 4000 families have bought their farms on the small down payment, easy terms plan. These 4000 purchasers have now paid upwards of $10,000,000 on their contracts. In (act a lot of them are anticipating their contract payments; are paying the balance.,they owe faster than their contracts require and are doing so out of current earnings. Some have even retired their contracts in full. Yes, out of current earnings! We are proud of their success! To thorn* Interacted In farm owntrsfclp From time to time, tenant farmers and others have told us t!.=y planned to buy an Opportunity Farm as soon as they were able to do so, Improved farm conditions have no doubt placed many^of them in a financial position to carry put this amjbition. To these, people and to others interested, we are pleased to say that we still have a good selection of Opportunity Farms available at reasonable prices. We shall be glad to show you the farms we have for sale in your community, \ Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Room 435, Fort Dodfe, Iowa PUpna: Walnut 2783 R. E. JENKINS For Jawit and WHAT IS AN OPPORTUNITY FARM? ........ . , ^ An Opportunity fvm, to cam tfeat name, mu»t have a4equat«, tound, weU-psJnttxJ, weather-tight buUdlng*; improved *0U, with good drain" M; fad wpwdjf pjwwd crap toutlqfl. Entry form U « folng wnctm. CQ.OPIBATION OF BIAl ISTAJI tRQKIRS WIICQMIP D, J. Van Ness Allen A. Brunson VAN NESS * BBUN80N ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa LINNAN A LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa '' Phone 281 Offlre over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg, ALGONA, IOWA AT UAW fc 11 (riii ntii-bifc.iin A LOW» J, D. Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D, Kelly SHUMWAY ft KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg., Phone 98 ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County, Attorney) Office In Hutchison: Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEJFICK, M. D. . PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 800 Res. Phone 32» O H. CRETZMEYER, ML D, Phone 444-810 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. ' PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN Q, BOURNS , Phone—Office 107 Res. 194 Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to nan-surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture DR. HAROLD "MKVKB OSTEOPATjnC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention give to 'diseases of heart and chest Sawyer Bldg., 9 East State St. Phone 342 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa . A. j. EASON, Dehtlst ' Office over James Drug Store ' Phone Office 59 Residence 859 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone lift EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Fanners and Stockmen with a sound basis for credit. Rate 4U%. Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohannon Insurance Agency, above S. & L. Store, Algona. Typewriter Paper 5QO ah Mta 59c This Is a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. ,- utm MQWUtOS

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