The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 24, 1942
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Friday, the 13th, Holds No Tenor For "W'J^,mtimm , the 13th, holds no fears for R. H. "Bob" Plnncll, Whittemore town clerk, for it was on Friday, October 13, 1911, that he was elected town clerk and ho has iheld the office continuously for 31 years. At the time of his election Tom White, now of Jefferson, Iowa, was the theft mayor of Whittemore, as well as publisher of the Whittemore Champion. Since that day 15 town administrations have come and gone and Bob still keeps the books and writes the miinutes. It is a continuous and excellent record whic'.i probably no other town clerk in the state can equal from a standpoint of length of service. Former Newspaper Man Bob Finnell came from Sheffield, Illinois, l,o Boone county in 1868, later lived nt Victor, Iowa county, vyherc he was employed on the Vector Hernld. He came to Kossuth in the early 80's and the family farmed near -JLuVerne two years. Bob came to Algona and was employed on the Algona Courier two years after which he went to work with his father on the farm now occupied by Pete Elbert, north of Whittomore. When his father died in 189* Bob moved to Whittemore and has lived in that town ever since. Helped Ruild Water System It was :.n 1911: that the Whittemore water system was in • stalled and in this job Bob took an active part after which he was elected town clerk, prior to that year he had been in the dray business and for several years had done considerable contracting in tiling. Bob married a Kossuth county girl, Miss Carr ! « Clark and they have four children, Gertude Rackenberry. (Lyle Bruner, Dol- ores Jensen, all of Mason City, and Bob, Jr., with Armour & Co., DCS Molnes. Bob says his family has a bit of notion to steer clear of Friday, the 13th, activities, but the day Is just another day to him. HOT. the parents of a girl born . 20th. The baby weighed sevNsh ah< three-fourths pounds. The L. R. C. sponsored a Ret Cross sewing day at the Ottosen school house Thursday. About attended. A pot luck lunch' was served. The Lutheran Ladles' AM meets at the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, Mrs. Clarence Reese as the hostesses. Jesse Van Buskirk returned from OTTOSEN NEWS Coolerator *//«: IC'li (Zruti'&oncel REFRIGERATOR COOLITE MODEL SAVES STEEL FDR WAR! Performance and efficiency unequalled...The "COOIITE" model is a new product, beautiful in design and finish... ..Saves vitally needed metal, KEEPS FOODS FRESHER. LESS ORVING OUT OF FOODS COSTS ONLY $6950 NO COVERED DISHES NEEDED * Comf In and set them at J. L Richardson Hdwe. Phone ^71 Al^onn Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig wer Fort Dodge visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Helen Shipley, Doris an Ruth were visitors in Houmbold Monday. The play, "Little Women" >resented by the Ottosen high schoo Wednesday night. Ivor Anderson of Mitchell, S. D. vas a Friday dinner guest at the ~!liff Lander home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crane celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Nov. 22. diet Alme went to the Lutheran hospital Thursday mornng. He is recovering very satisfactorily. The Presbyterian Aid held its annual chicken- noodle supper at the church parlors Wednesday night. The Ottosen and Rutland has ketball teams played the Ottose consolidated school Friday night. Herman Ludw.'g and daugh :ers of West Bend were Friday vis tors at the Rena Enockson home Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Peterson Donald Kema of Santiago, Calif. are visiting at lome. the Cliff Lander Mrs. Cliff Lander attended the uneral of Chris Haugen at the S" 51af Lutheran church at Bode on 'ucsday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Cooper of tumboldt were Wednesday after- oon visitors at the Ernest Enock- on home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooper are nod ft,... the Lutheran hospital Tuesday where he had been a patient since Friday. His condition is very much improved. Mr. andlMrs. Peter Enockson, Mr. and Mrs. OHC.HI- Oppedahl aird Peter, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson were Thursday evening visitors at the Ernest Enockson home. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Banwart and fnmily of West Bend, Lowell Kropf and Velma Wicss of Humboldt were supper guests at the Sam Kropf home in honor of Glen Banwart who leaves for the army Monday. The Ottosen Progressive club mtt at the home of Mrs. Max Clark Wednesday afternoon. Scripture was read by the hostess. The lesson was "Repair for Defense" by Mrs'. Ralph Richards. "Believe It or Not" was given by Doris Ship- ey. Visitors were Mrs. Eddie Z'-n- nel, Mrs. Irwin Movick, Mrs. J. M. Crane and Mrs. Albert Berguni. Mrs. Ernest Enockson entertain ed a group of friends and relatives Wwldlnff— borothy Day, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tis Day of Clarion, became the bride of Willis Colweli son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Colweli of Algona In a pretty candlelight m'ltary wedding at San Diego, Call- ornia, on November 14. The Rev Brown of the First Methodist church of San Diego officiated at a double ring ceremony which was performed in the home of fronds of the couple. The fireplace was dfioorated as an altar with potted palms and candles. There was mixed bouquet on the mantel. The bride's attendant was Pauline Felter of San Diego and Mr. Colweli was attended by Otha Lockett. The brtde wore a light blue velvet gown with black a •- cessorles and a white orchid. She wore her mother's pearls. Her attendant had a watermelon red gown with black accessories and a white gardenia. The new Mrs. Colweli is a grad uato of the Clarion high schoo and attended A. I. B. in Des Moin-es IE T Y evening at their home, honoring Mrs. Kenneth Gellenfeldt, »' recent bride. Five hundred was the diversion of the evening with Mrs. Earl Bowman wlnnMig the high score prize and the honoree receiving the low, Mrs. Oeilenfeldt Is the former Helen Zentner. a. quilt making materials for the ser- Bridge vlce men ' I MW, Agues mtw Rcboltah Supper— entertained ,. t ""embers ot her bridge cliib Wednesday afternoon at her The Rebekah lad'os will have a home. Defense stamp prizes went covered dish supper at the lodge UP Miss Julia Bart and Mrs. Ralph rooms Tuesday evening at 6:301. Moe. ; . ™«P« Wednesday night in honor of her husband's birthday. Five hundred was played for entertainment, high scores being won by Mrs. Donald Cooper, Holl.'.s Cooper and low by Mrs. Hannah Hansen and Donald Cooper. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mr. Enockson received a number of gifts in remembrance of the day. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth , McCoy have moved to Rockwell'City where Mr. McCoy will have employment with his uncle. Previous to this, Kenneth had worked for his father, Vern McCoy. The McCoys live on :hc old Wooster farm southwest of >vington. She was employed in Des Molnes for a and came to Algona last year in November where she was employed at the Iowa State West Bend Community News Mr. and Mrs. Ben Banwart wer illers in Emmctsburg Saturday Mrs. F. H. Fehr is visiting n the L. E. Roberts home in Emmets I burg this week. Mrs. Ncvfjns Cupl'in and Mrs. Luelia Beneke were week end vis itors in Waterloo. Mrs. Ed Rowland returned Saturday from a visit with her brother iit Waterloo and her sister at Yetter. Mrs. Caroline Telford of Ottosen visited a few days the past week at the Edward Von Bank home. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Hedrick and son of Curlew spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B F. Allen. Mrs. Hicklin of Oskaloosa came Sunday for a visit with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. William Bryan. Richard Rasmussen is home on a furlough and is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rasmussen. Ben Gish and daughter, Dorothy and son Wilfred of Irvington were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. Mrs. Ronald Collins. (Mr. and Mrs. Don Kirkman and Mr. and Mrs; Frank Jacobs of Des VToines were week end guests at the Donald Jacobs home. Donald Forbes of Bloomfield spent he week end at the home of Dr. lorrison. Mr. Forbes s a brother- ri-law of Mrs. Morrison. Mrs. Oscar Dahl and daughter, rene Joyce, spent a few days last •ei'k at the home of her parents, Ir. and Mrs. John Benninger. Bill Bush has been spending a urlough with relatives and friends ere. He enlisted in the navy and u.i been stationed at Norfolk, V.i. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lutz and •ins, Larry and Henry of Morton, III., came Wednesday for a few days' visit at the A. H. Keller home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reid and son of Palmer and J. L. Reid of West Bend were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Nc!'« Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gr'oth and daughters, Joyce, Merla and June of Colcsburg spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Anxleregg. Mr. and Mrs. H. Studer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Studer of LuVerne to Camp Crowder,, Moi, where they spent the week end with Pvt. George Studer. The local fire department has announced that it will hold its annual dance Nov. 24th in the Legion hall. Leo Piepei- and his band have been booked to furnish the music. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Nunmaker of Plover were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Justice. It was Mr. Justice's birthday. Rev. and Mrs. V. A. Mack returned Friday evening from Ft. Wayne, Ind., where they spent ten days vis- Bank. She is now employed in the Consolidated airplane plant offices in San Diego. Mr. Colweli Is a yeoman in the United States Navy presently stationed at Sari Diego. His best man is also .'n the navy. He attended the Algona high .school and also is a.graduate of the C. C. C. C. school in Des Moines. Following the ceremony a reception was held with fourteen guests attending. The ncw'iMr. and Mrs. Solwell left on a short wedding trip to Los Angeles after which :hey will be at home at 4475-49th San Diego. Showers for Bride— Mrs. B. M. Burlingame, EHen Raney, Nellie W'.ckwire, Hattie Burlingame, Marie Siemers were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower Saturday at.the Legion hall In honor of Mrs. Miner G. Schroeder, the former Bernice Burlingame. Fifty guests were present. The afternoon was spent in games and a short program was giveir. After the bride unwrapped her many gifts a lunch was served by the hostesses. Mrs. Schroeder was also honoree at a mscellaneous shower at the (Miner Schroeder farm at Br.'.tt last Thursday Hostesses were Mrs. Miner Schroeder and daughter, Alice. Thirty-five guests were present. Birthday Club— Mrs. Emily Spencer entertained the members of her birthday club Saturday at a one o'clock luncheon at Cooks. The party was In honor of the birthday of Mrs;. D. P,. Smith. Following the luncheon, the group went to the home of Mrs. Raymond Norton for bridge. Defense stamp pr!.;se went tb Mrs. W. G. McCullough who received high score, Teachers Have Party— Evelyn Murray and Bernice Jensen, third ward teachers, entertained at two tables of br'dge Sunday evening at the H. B. White residence in honor of Mrs. William Lorenz, Lincoln, Iowa, who is visiting her Plum i Creek Woman's . The Plum Creek Woman's daughter, Kathleen, and Mrs. Walter Edward^ who is leaving soon to join, her husband. The honorees were each presented with a gif Party for Mrs. Haaoe— Mesdames Robert Rchardson, E J. Zelder and Craig Smith enter tertained at a bridge party Friday evening honoring Mrs. Carl Haase who is moving away from Algor.; next Friday. Mrs. R, A. Cowan rece.'.ved the high score prize anc Mrs. Richard Norton the low score prize. The honoree was given n handkerchief shower. Farewell for Mrs. Sharii Fourteen friends of Mrs. W. H. Sharp gave her a farewell party at the home of Mrs. C. H. Williams en Thursday evening. Cards were played and the honoree was presented w : th a. gift. Mrs. Sharp plans to make her home in Stotun Lake while her husband is in the service. * Prcsby. Missionary— The Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church met Thursday afternoon in the church basement. Hostesses were Mesdames Myron Ludw-.g, Mrs. Herman Barker, Edna Shilts, ,and Lee Rice. The lesson leader was Mrs. Alvin Huen- lold. A thankoffering was taken. Members are requested to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and their own dishes ami silver. Following the supper the regular meeting wtll be held. Birthday Party- Mrs. Ralph Hafberts Was pleasantly surprised last Friday evening when- 14 of her friends dropped in to help celebrate her birthday anniversary. The evening was spent at cards after which a lunch wh.'«h was brought by the guests was served. Beta Sigma Phi— ~ Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will hold its regular meeting th.'a evening (Tuesday) at the hemp of Mrs. Harlan Slgsbee. Red Cross sewing will be done. Mrs. Merle Pratt will be the honoree at a farewell hanky shower. , Mn. Afldrtt? HattseH intertaWed at a one o'ctocJr luncheon ,o» , , day for Mrs", itat 'firdtfft Calley' who is vi8iHft£ friends and rel- atlvei here. _ > 86WU* Ctab— ' 1 Mrs. Lloyd' Pratt la entertain'.ng the members of her sewing club at their regular bi-weekly meeting? at her home, this afternoon (Tuesday). Plum Creek Program— The Plum Creek center school No. 6 Is having a Thanksgiving program on Wednesday even-Ing, November 25th, at 8 o'clock. Lunch will be served following the program. The public is invtted. Lutheran Young People's— The Young People's Society of the Trintty Lutheran church will HOOD'S Super Valu Tuesday and Wednesday club it:'ng her parents. While there they also attended the marriage of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Faber and daughter, Rose Lee, of Algona, and the former's sister, Carolyn, spent from Friday until Tuesday at Dubuque and vicinity visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Neal of Humboldt were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Fay Mel Neal. Mrs met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Hostesses were Sadie Hopkins and Marie Scuffham. Lila Gardner gave a report on the program given at the county farm by some of the members of the club. Mildred Black and Evelyn Jenkins sang a duet entitled, "I'll be Somewhere a Sid- ter." Members of the club are making wool quilts for the army am! are also doing Red Cross sewimj. The next meeting will be held Dec. 3 at the home of Els.'e Jenkins with Lillie Black assisting.' Antoinette Bonnstetter, R. N., will be on the program. U'ediiesday-Tlmrsduy-Fridtiy, Nov. 25-2(1-37 Thanksgiving Day Matinee 1 o'clock und continuous. Wednesday and Friday matinee 2 p. m. SONJA HENIE JOHN PAYNE JACK OAKIE wilh SAMMY KAYE anil H!i Oitheilra Saturday, Nov. 28 Second Feature Family Sunday-Atoiulajj-Tuesday ,Xov. 39-30-Dec. 1 Neal stayed over and wMl go to Livermoro to visit her sister, Mrs. Archie Wilson. Mvs Roy Forsythe left Thursday evening for Chicago to spend the week end with her husband, who is .stationed at the Great Lakes Naval training station and expects to be transferred soon. Richard E. Rasmussen came from Camp Crowder, Mo., the last of the week for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rasmussen. He left for another camp in the west Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Foley, Mrs. Charles Foley and Mr. Lettington of Des Moines were visitors at the home of Mrs. Nellie Emerson. Mr. Foley and Mr. Lettington hunted pheasants while here, The Past Matrons club met on Tuesday with Mrs. Walton Fnlb. Twelve members responded to roll call. Mrs. Burns, vice president, conducted the business meeting. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. John Schtirg and Ruby Mae and Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Schurg spent the week end at thu George Hurr and James Boyle homes in EstherviMf, Sgt. and Mrs. Schurg left Saturday nfght for San Frarrcisco, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. M;.kes and Dr. and Mrs. I. G. Weber returned Sunday from Minneapolis where they witnessed the Iowa-Minnesota football game Saturday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood, former residents of West Bend. Mrs. E. L. Blair and daughter, Mrs. Frank Christiansen returned from White Hall., 111. They were culled there a few weeks ago by the serious illness of Mrs. Blair's mother, Mrs. I. R. K-nser. She passed away on Nov. 5, one week after they arrived. Elvin Rolfson left Wednesday for California where he will be employed in a shipyard. He signed up for this federa job at Fort Dodge Westminister Guild Organized— The business and professional ladies of the Presbyterian church have organized into a club called the Westminster Guild. They will meet on the last Monday of every month for a dinner followed by n business and social meeting. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and Mrs. Waltor ago to report for His wf.fe and Mr. several weeks duty Nov. 28. and Mrs. Eddie Anliker accompanied him as far as Des Moines. Mrs. Minnie Cuplin arrived in West Bend to vis : -t relatives and friends. Mrs. Cuplin has been in North Dakota for several months,. Before coming here she visited a nephew at Lake Park and one at Milford. He.r nephew, Harvey Ja-i cobs and faniiy were formerly from West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Art Winker and three sons of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Derner of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. John Collins spent Sunday and Monday at the Mrs. J. Derner home. Mrs. Collins is taking a vacation from her duties at Father Dobberstein'a home and left with her husband for Elkader Tuesday Kcmpley are the advisors to the group, Kay Lorenz, president; Ruth Turner, vice president; Wilma Runge, secretary, and Helen Leni'j- ke is chairman of the constitutional committee. The group plans to sew for the Wh.'.te Cross (Presbyterian Missionary Organization) and do other missionary work. Betty EcUre A picture appeared lit last Sunday's Des Moi'nes Register of Betty Edge, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Edge, of Mitchell, S. D., who were announcing her engagement to Robert L Kammer- rud of Camp Rucker, Ala, son of Mr and Mrs. Iver Kammerud of Jasper, Mirn. Betty is an Algona high school graduate having lived here during the years her father was the Methodist minister in the local church. He is now president of the Dakota Wesleyan University at Mitchell. Betty teaches English in the Watertown, S. D., schools Party for ,1. C. President— The members of the Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce held party Friday evening at their club rooms as a farewell to their president, W. H. Sharp, who is leaving (.he first of this week for the Navy, A dutch lunch was served. Mr. Sharp was presented with a gift from the club. He has been very active in jurr.'or chamber work and will be missed by the club. He was elected to his office in July of this year. Craig Smith, vice president, will complete the term as pres'~ dent. Mrs. Sharp will go to her former home at Storm Lake where she has employment. Birthday Party— Mesdames Leon Merritt, G. D. Brundage, W. A. Vigars and Sam Medin were hostesses to the members of their club at a one o'clock luncheon Friday at the home of Mrs. Medin. The party honored Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Mrs. Anton Didricksen and Mrs. Geo. Conklin who had birthdays. Mrs. Albert Granzow was a guest. Mrs. G. D. Brundage won the war stamps for high score. Shower for Bride— firs. Howard Fellowship Club— The Fellowship club of the Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday evening following the union Thanksgiving .services, .The conw mittee ih'i charge; consista-'.of Mri and (Mrs. Lyle Ma'thes and Mr. and Mrs. Alf Kresensky. The meeting will be held at the Kresensky home. Entertains for Sailor— Mrs. V. M. Wingcrt entertained at a family buffet supper at her apartment Wednesday evening honoring her husband, V. M. Wingert, who is home on leave from the navy. Mr. Wingert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'L. F. Wingert of Wesley were out of town guests. St. Cecelia; Fall Festival— St. Cecetta's Guild will sponsor a fall festival to be held at the Academy Sunday evening, November 29, beginning at six o'clock. Lunch will be served and special entertainment features have been planned. The public is cordially invited to attend. U. S. W. Bazaar-lT" Mrs. Theodore Hatchell is chair- FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 No. 1 cans tall DILL PICKLES 19c Quart Jar Sandwich COOKIES 2 1bs. for ., and Mrs. Walter Geilenfeldt entertained 20 ladies at a kitchen shower Friday to spend the week with him. IMr. and Mrs. C. H. Daubendiek and Ruth and Eugene of Jefferson, Miss Berha Daubendiek of Detroit, and W<m. Daubendiek who is an electricians' mate at the Great Lakes Naval station, visited relatives io West Bend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. DaubendJek's other son, Joe, is a second class middle stat'oned at New York aad was unaWe to be home at thl* time. WARNING It's likely your last chance to have Christmas photos made for the duration. It's hard to get materials and may become impossible. 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Special Introductory Offer THIS AD plus $1.00 entitles you to, Complete Motor Check and Tune-up - This offer expires December'15,194& •, Allen Motor Co. Phone 595 N. Thoringt6n St. Congoleum RUGS 9x12 size Only Quaker Oil Heaters Burn less oil 11.00 STOCK TANK HEATERS WOOD . A> STOVES _ Oil] FLEX-O-GliiSS f £ 5 yds. I |Q FURNACE SMOKE PIPE WINDOW GLASS STORM DOOR PAPER TANK IIEAliER PIPE GARBAGE CANS Fancy three BANANAS lbw.i 29c COLORED WASTE BASltifcTO' i -:..-.-L^._. .GOLD MEDAL FLOUR j 24% Ibs."._ _. ..' WASH BOARDS t only . .!..._ _ I Cream Style 13 i SUGAR CORN ....cans I DICED CARROTS i 2 cans _..: __ I Fancy CRANBERRIES lOc C. S. JOHNSON HARDWARE AND GROCERIES 1943 Registration Of Automobiles and Tracks Begins Dec. 1, 1942 In accordance with the National Conservation plan and the shortage of steel, Iowa will issue "Transparency Stickers" in lieu of new metal plates on Automobiles and Trucks for 1W3. 10 o 1 ' The 19i2 Iicense P lates will be kept and displayed during 10*iO« 2. The 1943 "Transparency Stickers" must be displayed In the upper rght hand corner of the windshield. 3, The present occupation of every automobile and truck owner must be given upon application for X943 license, either through mail or in person. 4. If lost, the 1942 license plates or the 1843 "Transparency Stickers "may be obtained at fifty cents each by making ap' plication to the County Treasurer. • 5, In case of transfer of automobile or truck the previous owner and the purchaser must sign on the back of toe 1848 registration certificate in bhe County Treasurer's office or before a notary public, before a transfer can pe completed. A five dollar penalty accrues if the transfer Js not completed in five days after the sale of a vehicle, 6.. When a transfer occurs on a half "year truck/ Won dunngrtge IftM half year, both the . l&3i wic| s^ .year registration; certificates must be sliown and the, transfer completed on ttie. back, of the first half year cerWicates. Truck owners must save and keep both first and . second half yea* registration certificates. . r . 7. Truck owners TO ust destroy 1948 class plates as soon as 1943 "Transpar.ce.njr Stickers" arf obtained. . ' • ** S. A History of each Truck, Truck-tractor and Semi- trailer, contataing Additional War Department Information. must be completed and In fche possession pf 'the County Treash urer before any refif^tratjQn for 1943 can "be Jsstjed. Forms i arS be available in the Cpunty Treasurer's ofllcje after December 1st. • ^^ 9. When a change of address occurs, car and truck owners should immediately notify the County Treasurer; so that ^a removal may be sent to the new County residence. • j&,*? C .S? ot J n ' ! '™P* ol classification o| semi-trailers from , an -x« to -Tf", tjhe "Xt 1 plate and certificate must to mo*. ered to the Ooujjtyi Treasurer before a "¥* Plate cap tw «£- ' J and . pJatea.wlH be issued for Trailers and Mo.torcycles, for WOO lb,. • 12. January 31st, 1843 trayoa*

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