Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 21, 1934
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L caaqon is at hand when sport clothes will be almost daily. Get all the wear from them that "hnuld by sending them to us to launder. Your stockings, woolen pullovers, linen skirts and will be returned sweet and clean and with a se on life. We are especially equipped to I nder flannel trousers. Our methods insure no Kirsch Laundry PHONE 267 'ive per cent and Safety STATE SUPERVISED MEMBER FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK The Algona Building and Loan Association offers the best y|ng and safest means of investing savings In Kossuth tv No investor has ever lost a penny In this association. loans are secured by first mortgage on conservatively ap- sed city or town real estate with improvements fully In- HOW TO START A THRIFT ACCOUNT Buy one or more $100 shares today. Pay down only a dol- ;r a share, then pay only a dollar a share monthly. Every dol- r Immediately starts earning interest. In 86 months your •es are fully paid up and you get the money or leave it to i interest payable twice a year according to your wish. 1VE PUKSUE A LIBERAL POLICY ON WITHDRAWALS BEFORE MATURITY. INQUIRIES INYITED ONA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA C. K. LA BAERE, Scc'y-Trcas. FOR SERVICE Dnj Cleaning taring Apparel Rugs and Draperies Hats-Cleaned [or Satisfactory Service Give our Fur Department a Trial We call for and deliver. lodern Dry Cleaners PHONE 587 ER'S SMARTEST WHITES no resisting these new WHITES for their ring styles have been designed to keep you cool, and comfortable. FABRICS, $1.39 to $1.95 LEATHERS, $2 to $5 •E KEDS FOB SPORT & SUMMER WEAR « Wen, Boys and Girls at $1 to $1.50 >wnell Shoe Co. Broi Specialize in Dwelling d Household Goods NSURANCE Liability and Collision Insurance, Lou H M ° tor Road Service Included. > ff a and «• Truckei * «"«1 Cargo Insurance. Hdd^^* 0 ** legal requirements (Special rates), "ty Bonds—Surety Bonds—Beer Bonds. >oli <* iVtit- r WrUten at ow Ateona office. Wr >te Yo ' i 7 TCounec tions and Company Contracts Permit 'Insurance and Bonds at the Tery lowest tonsistent With Reliable Serrice. ;r age Business Solicited. ™ E AIGONA INSURANCE" AGENCY C. B. la Barr« °« ground floor l«t door North of Iowa State Bk. Donna Cruigejft/esley Girl, Married in Church Service WED JUNE 9TH ~~ TO YOUNG MAN AT HUMBOLDT St. Joe Cardinals Defeat West Benders, Score 6-0 Wesley, June 20-On Saturday, ""•;„'• lh < ! mnrriaBc of Donna •tugliter of Mr. and Mrs I F ruise iiroininenl Wesley farmers! id Ivennetli Dwyer, llumboldt J()k place at SI. Joseph's church ore. The bride's pastor, tlie Rev. J. WagoncM-, performed the sin- le ring, ceremony. They were at- ->nded l )y iVnyllb cruise and lephon nwyer. The bride and bridesmaid word (flit blue gowns with white ac- essones, and carried shower bou-> ucts of roues, baby's breath, and orns. A throe-course wedding reakfast was served at bho home 1 the bride's parents, the guests ncluding the immediate families/ ad the bride's uncle, George Ald, with his wife and son. Mr. nd 'Mrs. Dwyer gave a wedding anco at llumboldt, Wednesday veiling, June 13. Donna was graduated from St. oseph's paroohial school and the Vesley high school, and also at- nded Iowa State Teachers col- ego. 'She 'has taught four years n her home district. Mr. Dwyer, vho is a graduate of St. James, Wmn., high school, is working with he State Highway commission at lumiboldt. Following a trip to ced- .r Rapids and DCS Moines. Mr .and firs. Dwyer went to Humboldt to" uake their home. Surprise for Clear Lakers— To observe several anniversar- es near together in June, the Carl Theron, and Raymond Hanson am Gordon C. Giddings families, .surprised Howard and Lena Hansen at their Clear Lake home Sunday Dbliers going from here were Mrs Theron Hansen's 'brother and sis- ;er. Merrill and Norma Johnson land Will and Minnie Frimml. The party met at the Howard Hansen lome, and then all proceeded to Tom Nelson's, where picnic dinne_ ivas served. Dates observed were the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Ho- .vard Hansen, the 9th and 13th their wedding- day; the IStih; and Mrs. Tom Nelson's birthday, th< 14th. Twenty-two persons attend ed. Tom Nelson, former Wesley an, still works for the Stand-arc Dil company, as manager of a julk station and driver of a truck Mr. and Mrs. Nelson have purchas d a home in Clear Lake, but have) not yet moved from their old loca .ion. llulrlemans to Preach Sunday— The Methodist Aid meets at the church this week Wednesday af .ernoon. A business session will be leld, and pot-luck lunch served The Rev. W. G. Muhleman, Algona, district superintendent, win oc cupy tohe Methodist pulpit ilien lext Sunday morning at 10, anc n the evening he will show motion pictures he took on a recent trip through Hie South. Tihis meeting jegins a S o'clock, and everybod; is invited. Mr. Muhleman lhas 1900 feet of film, and he will give an, interesting and instructive talk in connection. An offering will be taken, to be divided equally be- teeen the local W. F. M. S. and the Rev. Mr. Muhleman. There is some Si. Joe, June 20—The West 'Bend ball nine fell before the pitching f A. Klein Sunday afternoon, 'losing to the St. Joe Cardinals -by a scon; of 6-0. John Sdiriner, on the noiinrt for West Bund, pitdhcd irst-class ball, but ihad poor sup- lort from his teammates. Peter! Jechor, St Joe first baseman, connected for a homo run. illamvart, est Mend, and Irvin Fridcrs, St. loo, umpired. Next Sunday tho 'animals will play Wesley at .Vesley. The Irvington team fail- to appear here Sunday 'because Jf rain, and that ilayed later, game will teaulies Win at KiUenball— A kittenb-all game 'between the Sylvester Wagner, and Edward Klein Ria'nanl Thill, drove to Lost Western Beauties and Becker's St. Joe Phillips 66 team followed title lall game here Sunday and ended n a score of C-4 in favor of the Western Beauties. Sylvester Egel ind Richard Roiling were the Western Beauties battery; Frank Sormann and Lawrence Becker, 'or the Phillips team. Umpired were Art Werden, Livermore, and Nick Becker, St. Joe. New Raymond Gales Daughter— IMr. and Mrs. Raymond Galea are 'parents, of a girl, horn' Friday. Anna Kayser is nurse, and Caroline Gisch is helping with household work. The baby was baptized Roseann Margaret at St. Joseph's church Sunday, and .sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Win. B. Devine. Mr. and Mrs. Gales 'Ivave two other children, a boy and a girl. Beckers in Family Keunion— Tihe George Beckers Sr. 'held a family reunion -Vast week Wednesday at James Becker's, southwesl of St. Joe. Thirty-five, persons ate picnic dinner and supper. Kitten- 'ball was 1 played in the afternoon. Pastor Uecker Goes Home— The Rev, Luke Becker, 0. S. B., left Sunday evening by train fpr his home at Conception, Mo., after two weeks here with relatives and friends. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul, Mr. •and Mrs. Harold Thul and their Mrs. Mrs. Island last Thursday to spund the. day at fishing. The William Hammers spent last week Wednesday at the parental Herbert Binge's, near Brad- Kato,_and the Hammer son Darwin, remained there for 'an overnight visit, returning Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hennefan, .Foxlholm, Minn., arrived at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's last Thursday for •a slhort visit. They -spent Sunday at the Henry Thilges home. Mrs. Tom Devine sipent part of last week wihh relatives -at Eagle Grove., returning Saturday and bringing iher niece, Mary Jane De Vaul, for a week here. Mr. and .Mrs. Adolph Fuhrman, Amelia and Adeline Erpelding, and Bertha Tihul spent a day recently at Pilot Knob, north of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wagner, Alona, were last week Wednesday evning visitors at the parental Henry Ziemet's Sr. Mrs. M. Hanifan and Thomasi are spending the week with Bernard Hanifan and 'his wife, south of Livermore. Bobbie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Whittemore, spent a few days last week at John SB. Reding's. Tihe Rev. Luke .Becker, O. S. B., •spent Friday visiting relatives and friends- near St. Benedict. The Alex Eischens and Jake Eischen, near St. Benedict, spent Sunday at Tony Becker's. The Rev. George Theobald having a visit from his father, Anton Theobald, Sioux City. Robert Holtzbauer, Algona spent part of last week with his cousin, Darwin Hammer. Rosella Mueller, Wlhittemore spent last week with Herlinda Friders. The Joe Kramers, south of Algona, spent Sunday at George Bormann's. Susan Naber visited relatives and friends at Carroll last week The John Erpeldings sipent Sunday at Peter J. Erpelding's. This community had a ligh 'sihower Sunday afternoon. Joe Vollmer spent last week LUVERNE CLUB HOLDS PICNIC AT CALL PARK Lu Verne, Juno 19—Progressive Woman's clu1> members and families were entertainc(l at a picnic at Call state park Friday evening •by seven members: Mrs. F. I. 'Chapman, Mrs. W. BaUdeley, Mrs. Ernest Woito, Mrs. Aaron Steussy, Mrs. P. C. l<ichty, Mrs. A. L. Spooner and Mrs. Grant Jennings. Most of the women and children' went early in the afternoon and Spent some time at the swimming pool at Algona. A ball game was played after the big- supper. Forty- two were 'present. Give Special Cliurch Program— An interesting program depicting the work of the Queen Esthers land the King's Heralds was given at the Methodist church Sunday vening under the direction of Mrs. H. .H. Phillips. The .people of he various mission fields supported were protrayed by members o£ 'he circle. The Presbyterian and Ivangelical Sunday schools ob-| •small son Robert, Mr. and Adolph Fuhrman, Mr. and unavoidable expense with these exhibits. connected' To Attend Cliurch Jubilee— Edwin Johnson's three children, St. James, Minn., accompanied by their young uncle, Herbert, visited Herbert's sisters, the Mesdames'a son is buried. AUXILIARY AT TITONKA HAS GUEST/ARTY Titonka, June 20—A Fidac tea party took place at Mrs. H. A. French's Friday. Each local Auxiliary member was privileged to have a guest, and there were some 60 women in attendance. A short skit was given by Thompson women, who were: Alice Shuttleworth, who represented England; Cleota Florence, Italy; Mrs. Brady, Portugal; Luella Halberson, Czechoslovakia; Veva Osh- onson, Roumania; Vera Falcon, Poland; Mrs. Topegar, Jugoslavia; Foletta Ericson, Belgium; Anna Ericson, France; and Mabel Jensen, the United States. Mrs. Ericson is eighth Tuesday at Fort Dodge. The John Thuls were at For Dodge 'Saturday. . at Morningsdde college, came home Friday, 'having finished his fresh man year. To Move Houiio to Town— Charlie Hagan recently bough the old Butler house three miles south and a half mile west o twon, and will move the house to town for a home. Fan-ell, Phyllis TyioM.y, Dorothy Liiidi ii.ik, Mary H .Ck.ll.,ii, Jeanne Visit Sislir in Nthrankit— Mrs. Haiold Soruusou and children accompanied her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Scely, Algona, for a wsek'H visit with another sister, Mrs. Carl Anderson, at Waterloo, Neb., last week. Mr. Sorenson and Mr. Sceley wore on a fishing trip in Northern Minn. Mr*. Anderson; •accompanied Dlie women 'home for a visit. Hfinry lieigel Dies Saturday— Henry Geigel, 73, died Saturday morning at his home at Hen-wick following a long illness, during which he was treated at Rochester. iBurial was made at the Lu Verne cemetery Tuesday. Two daughters, Mrs. C. L. Scott, of Goldfield, and Lena, of Renwick, •and ibis wife survive. Washington I'arly in TLsit— J. J. Waclleigh enjoyed a wutik- end -visit with his mother, Mrs.-. Viola Wadleigh, of Herscher, 111., and his .sister, Mrs. -H. Talbott, Spokane, Wash. They were enroute to Washington where Mrs. Wad-j leigh plans to spunii the summer' with her daugihter. . last week Monday from 'Detroit, and Elda will spend the summer here, Walter going back after a few weeks. They attended com* mencement at Ames. Lois Will entertained the Luthl- ern,:i Y. P. R. in 'Kie church basement lai;t week Tue?dny evening 1 . Thr the Rev. Mr. Wittenburg told of mis-nonary work of Rosa S. S. Class Has Party— The Presbyterian Intermediate served Children's and 'Father's day!; 5 ' S. class had a. party at with programs at the morning service hour with special offering 'or missions being given. Former Pastor Drops Dead- Word was received here last week of the death of a former Methodist pastor, the Rev. W. W. Webb, who since last fall has had a charge at Gilmore City. He died suddenly, of a heart attack Tuesday night. His deabh was a shock to all his friends as he had 'been about 'his usual duties Tuesday, but deatihi came 'before the physician's arrival. He is survived by ihi wife, 'and an adopted daughter Katherine. * Reunion for Father's Day— I. H. Benedict and F. I. _Chapman enjoyed Father's day Sunday by having their entire families witJh them, the Ira Benedict family arriving here that morning for •a week's vacation from Ira's duties as manager of <a National Tea Co., store in Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chapman and Valerie for a few days from Omaha, Nefo. Mrs. O. A. Bosserman, of Omaha, was also a guest at the Ohapman borne. teacher Mrs. Emil Meyer's the last week Monday, ten attending. Lunch was served "by Mrs. Meyer and the boys. The latter were entertaining -flhe girls, winners in a contest. Daughter for Lu Verne Dentist— A second daughter was horn last Thursday to Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason at a Fort Dodge hospital. Two Attend World's Fair- Elmer Kubly and Walter Hunt Jr. left Sunday to visit the World's fair at Chicago. Other Lu Verne News. Edna and Walter Tiede arrived Young in Africa. Wm. Fuller, Armstrong, visited* Ins ristor, Mrs. Harry Von DraS 1 l:;i, last, week Mond;iy, and from,, here wont to Fort Dodge to server on a federal jury. C. M. Parker, ot Alabama, and Harold Uglum, New Hampton,have been overseeing building re- pnir on the' farm occupied by thel Frank Shipleys. Irni'a and Donna Jean Mason? left Monday night for their homel at Clarion after a month with thei# aunts, Lottie and Jennie Mason. iRutih Klassi's 18th birthday waaL the occasion for a surprise party at Milo Patterson's last week Monday evening, 25 attending. Edw. H. Dehnerts_ had a visit last week from a sister, Mrs. Rudolph Theeda, Columtous, 0., and her family. Mrs. Sue Rollins returned to her home at Silvis, 111., after a month with iher sister, Mrs. Jennie Lev- i^r. Jennie Mason is substituting in! the post office while Florence Ramus is lhaving the mumps. Pearl and Marie Scribner lefti. Tuesday for Manlius, 111., to spend thr' summer with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson visited at Granger at D. D. Broad* ie's the first of the week. Scottie's Mineral Crystal* Made by evaporating natural mineral water from mineral wells, Texas. Price,-$1. Why pay more? Lusby's Drug Store Surprise Birthday Party Giren— Mrs. iBarl Neal entertained a group of girls Sunday in honor of Eileen's 17th 'birthday. The party was a complete surprise for Eileen. The afternoon was spent socially and ice cream and cake were served. Guests were Mary New RCA Victor Automobile Radio 6 Tubes 7 watt output Twice the volume of radios using more tubes. See and hear the latest RCA Victor achievement at our store. Holecek Radio Shop Bible School Program Given— The Methodist vacation Bblle school gave a program and demon stration of their work at the S church Sunday evening. Jlll!!l!!!!!!!ll!!l!ll!!l!!l!!!!!l!l!llll!ll^ e ss _ ^— 1 Foster's Furniture Co. 1 district Fidac chairman, and Mrs. Topegar is a Gold Star mother who went to Europe to visit the cemetery where Aid Entertained at Bart— Members of the Methodist church, drove to Burt this week Tuesday to be guests of the Burt Aid on a guest day. Telko Sietsemas Here Again— The Telko Sietsemas, Waterloo, S have moved into the John Pouelson —— house. They lived here some years 5S5 ago. Teacher Gets New Job- Laura Sewick, Burt, who taught here last year, will teach at Forest = City next year. """" 1 WHERE YOU CAN BUY QUALITY FURNITURE AT A BIG SAVINGS 1 Esther Skow, Herman 'Carlson, and Fred Bentele, here over the week end. Anna Johnson, sister of ! Ed" win and Herbert, accompanied the party to St. James this week Tuesday. This week Friday she will leave for iBoone, where she taught, to attend the Jubilee 50th anniversary of the Swedish Free churoh. She will then go to Alamo, Texas, to see her parents, former Wesleyans. Herbert Johnson stayed with' ihis brobher Edwin at St. James*, and attended high school last year. To Attend Community Reunion— Clara Amesbury, 'Carroll, is visiting John Ame^bury's This week Tuesday Mrs. Joihn Amesbury will attend at Nora Springs, the annual Homecoming and Old Settler'^ picnic which is held at Boulder Park. There will be an address, Community singing, eitc. Doctor and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bortz, Rudd, with their daughter, Katherine, visited the Amesburys Sunday. Auxiliary Card Party Tomorrow— The.Legion Auxiliary meets this week Thursday evening, Mrs. Robert Welter, hostess. This week Friday afternoon at the Legion rooms, the Auxiliary will enterain at bridge and present a program on England, in charge of Mrs. Aidrich, Fidac chairman. The woman will then give an English "tea," adn a silver offering will be taken. Mrs. Henry Bicke low— Mrs! Henry Ricke, who has ween seriously sick for two or Dhree weeks, is no better. All the children ihave been coming for frequent visits and spending asi much time as possible by their mother's sickbed. A daughter was 'born to Mr. iand Mrs. Lee Ricke at Morgan, Minn., a week ago. She lhas )>een named Florence Felice. Wesleyans Home From Retreat— The Rev. Father Wagener, pastor of St. Joseph's church, returned Friday from Sioux City, where a retreat for priests was held last week. Errna Studer, who with, the Misses McEvoy, Emmetsiburg, attended a retreat for Catholic women at Cherokee last week, returned home Monday evening. Other Wesley News. A son was bom to Mr. .and Mrs. Henry Looft, formerly Wesley, at Seneca Sunday morning. Henry* mother, Mrs Bertha Lo.oft, Wesley, and (her daughter Johnette are at Henry's. Mrs. Elizabeth 'Lemkee, Algona, is visiting Mrs. J. T. Meu- er Etiael Flom spent the week-end with Margaret Bernsten, Bwtt. The Otaf Funnemarks took Sunday dinner at Ottosen wafih the fanu4y of Miss Henrickson, their teache* last year. The committee for the tea consisted of Mrs. Fred Wentz, chairman; Mrs. H. A. French, Mrs. Cleo Nelson, Julia Nelson, and Emma Heifner. Tea was poured by two past presidents, Mrs. Martha Bonacker and Mrs, Sadie Denton. Slumber Party for Girls— Mrs. William Peterson's Methodist S. S. class had a slumber party at her home last week Monday night. Members attending were Harriet Schram, Rosemary Bacon, Clarice Falk, Carol Reaser, Feme Oesterreicher, Maxine Stott, Dorothy Peterson, Ruth Welhousen, Dorothy Gartner, Dorothy Budlong, and Marjorie Peterson. Newlyweds Home from Tour— Mr. and Mrs. John Bleich, who drove to Chicago a week ago for their honeymoon, following their marriage at Magnolia, are expected here sometime this week, and will live in the Carrie Bonacker house. Mrs. Bonacker will live with relatives till fall, when she will return t oher home, and the Bleichs will find other quarters. Whooping Cough and Measles— Stella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rachut, recently came down with the whooping cough. Marian, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.. Krantz who had had the whooping cough during the last few weeks, now has the measles. Two other children In the family have whooping cough, the baby, Kenneth, and Doris. Gartners Temporarily .Divided— The Gev. L. G. Gartner, chaplain at a C. C. C. camp at Hibbing, Minn., came last week Wednesday for his wife and the children, Dorothy, Paul, and Ruth, who left with him Thursday for Hibbing. The other children, John, Harold, and Alice remained to care for the house and the Gartner bees. Two Here Hare Operations— iEline, daughter of Ed Brown, west of town, was 'taken to. the Kossuth hospital at Algona last week Wednesday for an appendicitis operation. John Stott, who 1 was operated on for the same at Algona one day last week is rapidly recovering. New Produce Location Planned— 'L. B. Larson recently bought the movie hall owned by Callies .Bros., and is preparing it lor use as a produce building shop where hei will 'buy poultry and eggs. He ig now conducting a slhop two doora south of the new location. Student for Ministry Home- Willis Phelps, of 'Portland township, wiho is taking a preparatory course for the Metftwdist mimstery Other Titonka News. Mr. and Mrs. Jay iBudlong, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergast, Mrs. J. F. Fisher, and Mrs. H. I. Torgerson attended an Eastern Star meeting at Burt last week Tuesday night. Some 00 members attended. The Bancroft lodge recently broke) S5 up and joined the Burt chapter at j ~ this meeting. j sa An Epworth League rally was j rs held at Corwith last week Tuesday t 55 and Leaguers attending from here -E3 were Willis Phelps, Helen Beed, S= Alice Gartner, and the Rev. Fre- =5 mont Faul. = Mrs. 'R. C. 'Ball and Iher dauffh-,S ters Barbara and Patty, who had ~ visited relatives at Monroe, Wis..,! — bnd also attended the World's fair, got home Friday.. They were -away two weeks. Charles Reynolds, Milwaukee, and his son Maurice arrived last week Tuesday to visit the former's mother, Mrs. Maria 'Reynolds, and ibrobber Frank. Mrs. Logan Keagle, Minneapolis,' •=• and her son Robert are spending 1 5=5 this week with the former's father, Charles Reibsamen, and other local relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews got — home Sunday from their wedding SS trip to Washington, D. C., Niagara — Falls, and the World's fair. aa The Dr. W. P. Hamstreets, who == had visited relatives at Pittsburgh,' S Pa., and toured in the East, got aa home Sunday. The Roy Budlongs and Mrs. Frances Budlong drove to Algona Sunday to visit Hazel Budlong at a hospital there. R. L. Krantz shipped several carloads of cattle to Chicago Saturday night and went with them. A supper will be served In the basement of the Methodist church this week Thursday night. Lynn Callies recently purchased a new Chevrolet. H. A. French bought a new Lafayette, Dist. Supt. Muhleman was a guest at the Rev. Fremont Paul's' last week Wednesday. The Henry Harms family and Maude Stecker were Eagle Grove visitors Sunday. Violet Slack, Burt, spent Friday here. We offer you exceptional opportunities to save considerably on any furniture purchases made here. Living Room Suites $49.50 HE L arge assortment of new- patterns. j§ For the Dining Room 8-piece walnut set, buffet, table, 5 straight, and 1 arm chair. $59.50 For the Bedroom g 8-piece Modern Art Suite $89.50 Other Suites $39.75 and up 5" 1 $5.00 I CREDIT FOR Your. old. mattress on any spring- filled .mattress. LQ Verne Mrs. Fred 'Sdlimidt went to Iowa City last week for treatment for her eyes. Lois Colwell, of Algona, spent evral days last week at L. H. Lkffety'-s. Katherin Bimler has been visiting wfc Gerald Herbener'e, City. J. L. lAcfoty te driving a new Ford Tudor Ss Largest and BestSelect- H ed Stock of Furniture in = Northern Iowa,. Inlaid Linoleum 20 Patterns - per yd. $1, $1.35 and up Felt Base RugsI9xl2 $6.50 Bridge, Junior, . *l>-*j-''<f>.t& IgVife

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