Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1932 · Page 5
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PAV, DBCEMBBtt 22.1982, KOSStttt COtTNTY ADVANCE, ALQftNA. IOWA Greetings! n To all our patrons, we extend the very best wishes of the season,. , . may it be filled with cheer, prosperity, and good fortune for all. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 "V; }: We're Happy to Greet You Again! 1 ••"• ''••I ' •>,-,: > '''• 'II ^ . .<"'••! AAptbfer Christmas has rolled around, and we're' tS'feajtfi'gifeifethigaV once again. Accept our cheeriest gopdxWiHhea,-,and pay us a friendly visit during* the Holiday .Season. We have many festive things' want to buy. .-.•.*. • ,..'.' "" The city library will Christmas eve and Monday; also the day after New Year's. Vora Stell, teacher at Sioux City, arrived yesterday for the holidays with her father, Jos. Stell. Dr. Geo. P. Elvidge, Perry, will come Saturday for Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman. City Librarian Lmra Sanders goes to Charles City, Saturday for Christmas at her son R. C. Sanders'. Tasker Faikenhainer has be'en sick since Friday with chicken pox. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs, M. H. Faik- enhainer. Agnes Nordstrom, R. N., returned to the (Nevada sariltarium Monday, after a few days here \v*ith her parents. Mrs. Ida Mlnkler went to Marshall, Minn., Sunday for a few months with her daughter, Mrs. William Bailey, Father Mark, Passlonist father from Oes Mofnes, comes today to help Father Davern with Christmas services. ,-,;^ Ruth McMahon, who teaches al Galva, comes tomorrow for the holidays with her parents, Mr. and (Mrs. S. B, McMahon. The ti. E. Hoveys will move next week-end from'the sheriff's house to the former L. M. Given residence >on west Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller will epend Christmas with the latter's parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson, EsthervlIIe. .. Mrs. F, L. .Trlbon is advertising a (Bale of ready-to-wear goods at the .|ormer Weiss & Sorstedt quarters next .week Wednesday. C. F. Erlckson, Minneapolis, te expected today for a Christmas visit at his brother O. W.'s. Both traveling hardware salesmen. Matt Holt^bauer, courthouse custodian, has been confined to his .,, : . ..; Enabling"us to serve you better. ., v p' J ;._._ Let us supply you with these items: \ _ Medium salt and »water softener salt —$1.10 • Gray-and'white salt blocks :— ;_4So and iOp , Stocfci ,.A scientifically prepared 18 per cent protein laj?- in&mash, with 12 ingredients, at $1.25 per 100 Ufa.' ' FI-.OUR AND GERBALS—Graham,,whole, low-meal; white meal,, pure buckwheat, pancakes flour, rye flour-and rye graham, pure bran at 65c;.| shorts 75c. " :•..'- ', . , "./,>••'., '-'-;, ; , ; p 3 Dr. Hess* guaranteed preparations are sold and* backed by us.; .-;.•.• -I Eona New building n$ar' '&, & N.W. depot. "205 S. ' ' ' " Phone 25', Algona, lowar , -I Jimmie and Grandson Hear Ye! Hear Ye! tine and All : f t •'"'jy~~'\'IVlt;f** This is the Yuletide season, lively arid gay. 5 .Let us greet it with laughter on our Ups, andrft,; song of joy in our hearts. To our patrons w%s,ay ; —A, MERRY CHRISTMAS— • -^ .« LONG'S — ..•: •: ;- v '•*£ FOODSHOP ,•,.** ,^ ' J ? 1 FINEST .CREAMERY • • , 3 CAMPBELL'8 TOMATO AlX OTHER VARIETIES . .SCANS Ife, ^ t&.' 8WANSPOWN ^PKC, 2 J^ Cake Flour MUa American Cheese . . . Ann Pa«e Preserves VAR^V,,, . Red Circle Coifee • » * * - LB Nuts OR CREAM DROPS OR CHRISTMAS MIX PumpUn Dates . , . HS Butter-Nut Coffee Oranges. . . • 2*'45C Cranberries . . 21b§. 27c Sweet Potatoesi , glb«. 2Sc Give Whwe They tfe<$ It Most! i make, some funnily re*U? hgppier 4*F Store Managey gbout thwn THg QRgAT ATLANTIC ft PACIFIC ff A CO,, Mr. Holtzbauer Is now past 80. Mary Janice Rice, student at the University of Michigan, arrived Saturday for the holidays with her •.narents, Mr. and Mrs. N.- C.' Rice. • • ''.There will be'a'plate lunch social 'and program at the Potter echool- house.in Lptts Creek Dist. No. 7 tonight. .'Christina. Knudsen : Is; the teacher. • • D. J. Mitchell, who suffered a stroke a few weeks ago, IB still r confined to .bed, and his . condition remains the same. His left elde is paralyzed. :..Robert 'Harrington, senior law student at the State university^,, arrived yesterday for the holidays with ihis parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. -Harrington. Mi-, and Mre., C. L. .Fitch arrived Tuesday from Gordon, Neb. Mrs. ..Pitch was formerly Evelyn .Nordstrom. They will be with her par- <mts this winter. S. J. Backus drove to.Deis Molnes Ust Thursday'to meet'his daughter Eleanor, who will : be here till January 5. She Is a student at : Stephens college, Columbia, Mo. 0 The public schools and the acade r my'will close tomdrrow afterrioon ^for the holidays. \ Both will reopen Tuesday; January .3.. This gives pu- hardware supply house at 'Indianapolis. 'Mrs. F. R. Haldeman has been seriously elck with the flu two weeks. She was able to get up Sunday, but Is still weak and unable to be out. Mrs. -Haldeman, who Is employed at- the Cummlngs store, is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark. The Rotary club entertained more than 40 boys, members of the high school and academy football squads, Monday noon. Coach Geo. Beenkcn, of Ames, spoke, and his excellent address kept the Rotarlaris and their guests listening attentively till 1:30. Mrs. Edythe Dalley and her son Bill go to Minneapolis Saturday for Christmas with the former's mother, Mrs. Jennie Dye. Beulah Hartshorn, employed In Mrs. Dailey's beauty shop over .Bloom's, will epend Chlst- mas with her parents at Swea City. Ernestine Chubb, Frederick, Md., has been home since a week ago last Wednesday, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb. ' She is assistant H. D. A. In Frederick county, with charge of girls' -rfork. She will go back next week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Featherstone, Council Bluffs, will come Saturday for 'Christmas with the S. E. McMahons. Mrs. Featherstone', a niece of Mr.-and Mrs. McMahon, Is with the Mona Motor company at Council Bluffs, and Mr. Featheretone IB employed at Omaha. -• •-••-. Mabel Roupe, Minneapolis, Jessie Roupe, Mason City, and the. Arnold Roupes, Goldfield, come Saturday for Christmas with the C. E. Roupes. Mabel and Jessie are still employed by the Red Ball Transportation company, and Arnold operates a grocery store at Goldfield. D. D. Monlux drove to Ames yesterday, and brought home William 'Monlux,- Max -Richardson, son of Mr. and Mra. B. P. Richardson, and Kenneth and Carl, sons'of Mr/and HUB. Samuel Medin, all students at ;he state college, who are here..,for Christmas vacations. MrV and (Mrs."'Uyle Mathes, Austin, Minn., and their sons Herbert and Richard will spend Christmas with Mrs. S. B. French, mother Mrs. Mathes. They w'H 'also-visit fcyle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mathes. Lyle is employed at a Montgomery- Ward store at Austin. Anton Anderson, north of Burt, pils a 10-day vacation! ._; Harold Falkenholner, who. has been employed at St. Louis since last summer, came' home last week .Wednesday for the holidays with his father, Otto 'Faikenhainer. _-, Dr. and Mrs. Wm, Scholteri, 'of Spirit. .Lake, H wlii. spen^.."icHristma» with.-the' Dr. Li W. Foxes/ wjtid w.ill also have, as Christmas guests the Robert and P. A. Dansons.., , , ''•Mr'. ; and'':Mrs.. Shrink Tietz Sr, drove to Bode yesterday, and there met th'eir son Frank; attending the blind school at Vinton, and brought (him- home .till after New-Year's. • Dr. B. ,F, Dewel is expected, S)s.tur- iday from Evanfiton,.:lil., for. Christmas with the W. C. Deweto. He wii: EXCELLENT PICTURE of Jlmime Neville . and his grandson, Jlmmie Neville Jr., appeared in Sunday's Des Molnes Register. What they were doing at the time has not been reve&led,'but evidently it had something to do win shoes. . .'. Thursday morning at their home. The newcomer has been named Richard. The older boy, Jerry Bob, Is In the second grade in school. Mr. Turner was formerly Louise Malone, and Mr. Turner was employed at the Steele store prior to a recent sickness from which he is now recovering. Falkenhaincr (Continued from page 1.) he returned to Algona. 'Later he served on the city council. Mr. Falkenhainre was married Receipt is acknowledged .of a 12- | June 7, 1898, to Mattie Haggard, dau- page copy of a Christmas edition .of Ighter of the late D. A. Haggard, arid the Marysville, Wash., Glolbe. The she, with two children. Melzar, and publisher Is Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, survives. Of who lives with his son Alvin, did a few errands at Algona last -week Wednesday, prior to leaving.-for Minneapolis^ where he 'is- now -spending' the winter with-'another • son,' Clarence, a barber. The senior Mr. Anderson is a widower. AJlce Kain,- attending the northern Illinois teachers • -college, De Kalb, 111., is expected this, morning for two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs .R. E. Kain. She is majoring in'•- English and taking home economics, and will be graduated next spring. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Owen returned Saturday from Des Moines, where they had spent five weeks. Their' daughter, Mrs, Hf. F.'Housh','' who lives there, recently underwent a .major operation, and Mrs. ipwen cared for the two children. Mrs. (Housh was Merle Owen. . . ' Edw. J. Butler, county 'auditor- elect, will bring his family to Algona this week-end, and they will live in the Frank Shilts house on south Wooster. They have been making ,theh\home wt$h-.iMi\ Butler's=mpth*i i ' on a' farm, near" .Whittemore.. since they left Algona a year or so. ago. ., Mrs. W. T. Trainer, Burt, who had a leg. amputated .-at thp .university hospital! Io>ya City, _ a week a'go Sat- .urday,,ls now reported steadily gaining. Her son Hollls, who has been with her several days, is • expected home today. 1 '- -Mrsi Trainer 1s'a- sister of • Courity' Recorder Laura Paine. Editor and Mrs. J. W. Haggard Stock's son-Leon.- It is-well-got'up and is filled with a good-sized run of holiday advertising. Marysville Is a town of 1500 people 33" miles.'north of'Seattle. It-is'a; great'dairy; poultry, and gardening country. Leon has the only paper. Edwin Larson and his mother, Mrs. Andrew Larson, Ayrshire, came Saturday, and took Edwin's wife and new baby hdme Sunday. The latter, a girl, Hazel Elizabeth',-was-born at the Kossuth hospital two weeks ago; There are two other girls and. a boy". Mrs.'Larson, who'was Hazel Brown, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Brown,.and her Tiusband is employed in a creamery at -Ayrshire. Mrs. Andrew Larson is making her home with the Edwin Larsons, this winter. From the Titonka Topic the following mention is taken: "Fred Schmidt, progressive young farmer east of town, called on the Topic Tuesday to pay his subscription. He intends to cut down on corn'.acreage next year,'and will only r plant 15 acres. Forty-five acres will be planted, to oats and sweet clpve.r,,sown at the same. time. The remainder of .his farm is in pasture and sweet clb'ver. He said he could .buy corn .cheaper than he could raise it. If one farmer-out of ten would follow.his procedure, in a year or two there would be no surplus crop to carry, .over, five brothers in 'the Faikenhainer family, Otto, of Algona, .is the only omj no.w living. Asister, Mrs, J. F Kenkel, resides .at' Milwaukee. Mr. Faikenhainer was a member of the Congregational church, of th< local Masonic lodge, and of the Consistory at Davenport. He was a Shrlner. •*— . . KOSSUTH FARMERS ONLY MEN -INSTATE TO WIN PRIZES Fifty-five premiums' on yellow Qprii entered from Region 2 were awarded at the Chicago .Interna tional, and, strangely enough, onl; five were won by rowans 1 , and all o them are Kossuth farmers; F4rs .went to a Fairmont farmer, and an .other Fairmont farmer won third Fred ,'S. Gelgel, Irvington', was tent and won ?5; Rome Robisbn,, Irving ton, 25th, and E. R. Mawdsley, Irv ington, 2$th, each $3; Geo. F. Hack man, south of the, fair grounds 28th, $2; -Frank. , Youngwirth, L .Verne, 47th, $1,, Mr. "Mawdsley, als won 7thy $2 on' white' corn; Regio 2 includes southeastern South Da Nebraska, th Iowa' counties kota, northeastern north two tiers of southern Minnesota, Wisconsin, an Michigan, and east to the Atlant: coast. return Monday night to. Evanston, |are leaving sometime'this week for where he is practicing orthodontia. ; : IMrs. C. B, Nasty, Omaha,, came last Thursday for a visit till after Christmas with her parents, Mr. 'Slid Mrs.' K; 'D. James. 'Mr. 1 Nasby, who is'^n-attorney, comes today for Christmas'.-•"-'-- "•'•->.• y-/-: .-••'-..'' . ; ' William Dooley, Milwaukee;; "ar- j-iyed .yesterday for. . the holidays' with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; -J. .J. >Dpoley. He is a senior structural .engineering' student university.; •" at Marquette 'Mr. and'(Mrs. R. E. Menzel, Ames, and their Ibaby: son are expected Saturday 'for u "few days' wrth"Mrs.' Menzel's parents, Mr. and Mrs; M. P. Weaver, Mr. Menzel teaches in the State college. •Mr.'^and.-'.Mrs. Frank Dau, Stillwater, Minn.; went home last week Wednesday,- -after a visit since. the preceding Monday with the Joseph Gosgroveis"."' Mrs, Dau is-Mrs. • Cos-' grove's, sister, ; • Mi-; and (Mrs. Waymah Closson, of Mason City, son Wilbur, and tl\e E. C. Hertigs, Buffalo Center,, will spend Christmas day with Mrs. Clos- sori's 1 and E. .C.'s parents, Jttr;.-: and Mrs: A. J. Hertlg. .-: Mrs,'Edna Frost .and her niece, Bernice Johnson, Cedar Rapids, will come Sunday for 1 a few .days'"with the'former's'mother, Mrs.' 'Magnus Johnson, and sister, County Auditor Bertha. E, Johnson, 'Chester Swift, Minneapolis, and his -13-year-old ' daughter Dorothy yjsited Monday and Tues4ay with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falkenliainer. Chester, who le an auto salesman, is a-son. of Mrs. Faikenhainer, '. Bert Deal went to Rocjiester, Minn.; Tuesday, and expects to bring Mrs. Deal' home tomorrow. She recently underwent an operation at a Mayo. hospital, and has .been at Rochester the past three weeks. . •A Christmas program will Ibe given at the Center schoolhouse in Sherman township, ten miles south and four miles east of Algona, Saturday, night; which te' Christmas eye. Gertrude Norman is teacher. P. J. Christensens will spend Christmas at" Spencer^ with P. J.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs, ^Tels Christensen. The local Mrs, Christensen'e father, Dr.' W.P. Galloway, Estherville, will spend the holidays with her. .The George Goods, Spirit Lake, spent Sunday with the B. p. Bensons and the Walter Goods. Mrs. Good's mothei-, Mra. Benson, accompanied them home for s- *ew days. George is railway express agent at Spirit. LaVe, . Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Foster, In- dlanapolie, are apendins the Chrtet- mas holidays at the former's uncle, W. A. Footer's. Dallas, who attended the local high school/ is n°w on San Antonio, Tex., where they. will spend the rest of the winter. Mr. Haggard's sister; Mrs. H.' N. Moore, still lives there. The (Haggards spent a delayed honeymoon of two or three months at San Antonio a year ago. Mrs. Susie Engler goes to'Chicago tonight for a few weeks- with her daughter -Edna, employed there. Mrs. Engler has 'been at the E. J. Van Ness home since the death of Mrs. Van Ness. Katherine Van- Nes?, who teaches at Onawa, comes today for a\stay till after New Year's. • •: Mrs. H, T. Miller, Oklahoma City, OkJa., arrived last night for a.holi- day visitv-with her parents,-Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse. 'Mrs, Janse and Mrs. A. J. Eason, IAI Verne, drove to Des Moines for Mrs. Miller yesterday. Mrs. Miller's husband is athletic coach.in the Oklahoma City schools. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunsen are parents of a boy, born -last Thursday; Richard Arne. The Amunsens have, another boy and a girl, and Mr. Amunsen is jeweler at the Wehler store. • Mrs. Earl Reynolds, Ells- wdrth, sister-in-law of Mrs. Amun- sen, came last Thursday and will remain a few weeks. T. H, Wadsworth, who is now in his 78th year and has been confined to his home almost wholly since he suffered a stroke in his right leg a year ago, w6s down town .Monday. He uses two canes in walking. Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth are Algona old- timers, having come here from Wisconsin in the late 80's. . - . " E. J. Van Ness, county attorney for two periods in the last '30 years, became grandfather for the first time last Thursday, when a girl was born to Mr, and Mrs. Robert Van is a •Iowa and the pr'iSe would.be. bitter,'/- • Judge and -Mrs; J. J. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. E. W; Clark,, of , !Des 'Molnes,, will atfend Christmas with- the Rev. F. J. Olarks. The Judge and his wife are. the:'pastor's;'parents,, and E. W. is his. brother; .The j pastor's son Fred,: attending -the I. S. T.'C., arrived yesterday.'for,-the Holidays,, and the daughter Clarlbel, also attending the I. S. .T. C., will arrive Christmas day for-.a visit till after New Year's. Ciaribel -is organist at the Congregational church, Cedar Falls, and will leave there-immediately after morning services. E. W. Clark, former state senator from the Mason City district, is now state Insurance commissioner. Clara M;' Daltpn, who is spending the winter at Sirs. Wm. K. Ferguson's, hears occaeoinally .from her son, Dr. .Burr.Daltpn, Junior naval lieutenant, who is at present on sea duty in Chinese waters. He is stationed on a guntooat, which, when last heard from, was far tip the Yangtze river.. He is married, and while he is at sea his \vife is at Hangkow- (Mrs. Dalton has another son, Lament, who lives "at Evanston, 111., and Is in the employ of the Chicago branch of a surety company. The boys' father was the late Guy LJ Dalton, son of. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Dalton, deceased, and brother of Mrs. Lynn Keith, Algeria. Guy was for many years a Lakota' banker. • FOR ' boars.'— Aaron ' Taylor, southwest' of Burt. WHITE -3' "mile 12pl ROLLER SKATING AT WHITTE 'more every afternoon and evening' .-'.--. =•• •-. .' . -, 8pl SPECltAL.;CHIRISTMAS PRICES be ginning Dec. 22. Now you sav even more on last minute purchases at, Gamble's clean-up sale. 19-1 Last Call! We tire using the price cutting knife tiiis week with a vengeance. Certain lines that must be closed out .before Invoice. We are cutting the price and closing them out while people want them. 600 pairs of comfortable bedroom sllppere, values up to $1.60 a pair. All go Into two groups at <(0c-75c. The finest variety of scarfs we ever received. Bcautiful'patterns in long ones or big squares They should sell for 98c, but we have marked them down to 45c. 100 dozen neckties Just unpacked, not a tie In the lot worth less than 50c, -but 'you get your choice, as many as you want, for 25c each. Men's fine high grade handkerchiefs. We should get 25c for them, but depression price brings them down to lOc each. Other handkerchiefs at Ic, 4c, 5c. Men's oxfords, new and stylish, all sizes, marked down to $1.49. Men's macklnaw Polar coate, ' leather trimming, worth $6.00, now $3.50. Men's fancy sport coats, very etylish, were $3.50, now $2.25. Men's flannel shirts, elzes up to 18^, -worth 41.35, now 69c. Hosiery for men, women, and children, at just about half price. These are lines that I am bound to close out by January 1. I do not want them In January let invoice, and sure do not want to carry them over. They are all useful and will make It easy- for Christmas shoppers with slim pocketbooks. I would rather give them away this week while people want them than to wait until January, when people db not want them. :• . Jimmie Neville's "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. Mrs. F. L Tribon ' ' '•'•' *'• ' i!. '., •\. • . , . •• t _ _, .-''''''.'•. WILL HQLD ANOTHER READY-TO-WEAR SALE •'•-'' " ' ' . '•!•--.I have gotten hold of another extra fine up-to-date ready-to-wear stock of goods. .."•''. ' ' • There are 300 Garments Consisting of ladies and children's coats, silk 'and wool dresses, children's dresses, ladies' house dresses t and sweaters and blouses. Good sizes, good colors; •' A full line of party dresses. ; I have only four days to close out this stock, starting Wednesday morning and continuing until Saturday night, December 31. Remember the place Weiss & Sorstedt store building Remember the timeJDec. 28 to 31 your Christmas money and buy a dress or cpat. MBS. F. L. TRIBON Small Beof Blaze. Minor damage was done by a roof fire yesterday afternoon- at the Fielden Perry residence' at the top | of the west McGregor • street hill. The blaze was quickly extinguished by the firemen. CHRISTMAS DANCE I. 0. 0. F, HALL December 26 Rhythm Aces. is the Most Appropriate Gift of All WE HAVE THEM In boxes, specially wrapped for Christmas, as low as 2Sc on up. Also . complete line of— TOBACCOS Iu beautiful humidors CIGARETTES riPES Don't (all to sue our com. line. Ness, C«dar Rapids. Robert plant technician with the Manufacturing Co., manufacturers of road machinery, and hjs wife was a Cedar Rapids girl. : Mr. and Mrs. ROBS Frieet went to Sioux City Friday, returning yesterday. Mrs. Friest, who is the former Mayme Bette, and her husband stayed with Mrs. Priest's father while, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Betts went to iMcGregor to attend the funeral of the latter'e father. The B. F. Belts vislteia, at Oscar Anderson's Friday night, en route to McGregor. J. L. Bulgar, Cedar Bapids, division freight and passenger agent, G. A, Langworthy, Mason City, traveling agent, and M. J. Boyle, Mason City, northern Iowa division superintendent, all. of the C. arid N. W. railway, were here test Thursday, an.d with A,. A. Bisb.op, iQ^} agent, ST. CECELIA PAB1JY CARDS AND DANCING December 26 At the Academy. » Good mxisic. . 25c admission . , called on Algona business men to the interest of freight bu^nees. •Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Ty'rner parents of their second es STAR THEATRE BANCROFT, IOWA Saturday, Sunday, Monday December 24-2S-2G R. K. O. Presents FRANK BUCK'S «Briwg 'Em Back Al|ve» The niost thrilling wM an- mal picture, you -have ever witnessed. Don't miss it. S Grocery Week End Specials Sugar, Cane _:: 10 Ibs. 48c Oxydol, large size pkg. -17c Corn __'1*__1 per c*n 05c Pineapples, small can . -. 2 for 15c Cake Flour, large pkg. __ _j_-— 18c Prunes — ^No, 10 size can 29c 'Post Toasties —., large package 10c Lard, best quality i_________. 2'lbs. 15c Corn Meal __, — _____^_5 ib. bag 09c Oranges :___ •. Doz. 18c, 25c, 88c Cranberries, .good : ___2 Ibs, 28c Jell-O Jce Cream Powder _—,—__ lOc Merry Christmas to All, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Also Tobacco Pouches, gar Holders, Cigarette Holders, Cigarette uud Cl- gar Cases, LIGHTEH8 and everything to lie found Iu a first-class cigar store. An appreciation to our customers for their aicq business of the past year, Algona Hotel C. H, FRAME, Manager

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