Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1939 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 6, 1939
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PAGE TWO KQflfltlTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AIXJON DIXIE'S CURB SKRTICE HOT BEEF SANDWICHES lOc • . •... CONEY ISLANDS 5c • KEG ROOT BEER arid POP 5c ICE CREAMrANDt CANDY North of Milwaukee Depot, near Highway 18 Corwith Qldtimers Reunion Mcriiorial Day Is LARGEST CROUP IN YEARS FOR DAY'S PROGRAM Corwlth, June 5—The Memorial dnp reunion was a bilge success, with an unusually large number of former residents and schoolmates. at by the RECTALDISEASES VARICOSE VEINS RUPTURE The majority of these conditions can be 'treated successfully by ambulant methods, which means that you suffer very little, if any, pain and do not:have to go to bed. You can go'on'With your regular work, and lose no time except for a few minutes in my office once a week. You-are welcome to come in for an examination without charge. At that time'I can explain in detail "Cation. The morning program cemetery was attended largest group in years. The Legion post and the Auxiliary were In charge, and the members marched as escorts of honor. The address wus delivered by the Rev. Von B. Elbert, local pastor, and music was furnished by a male quartet, composed of the Rev. Albert Rust, Harry. Caldwell, Emory and Terry Lorig. A firing squad gave military,, honors, and taps were sounded •with'... echo accompaniment,by J. Worth Miller and Junior'Okiey. Broadcasts of the day's activities were heard from radio station KGLO. A picnic dinner at noon was attended by several hundred, and free lemonade was served by the Corwith business men. A list of persons from out of town would be too large for pub- UNION M. & p,;CLUB MEETS • . :• ' ' .• • ^' ' ' i • "*- . *• ..-^ __ ,....-••'•• I! , Union Twp., June 5—Mrs. L. JV De Graw, Algona, and her daughter, Mrs. Earl Taylor, Union, were hostesses to the Union Mothers & Daughters citfb at the be Graw home Thursday, 25 women attending. 'Roll call was answered with funny stories, and the club song was sung without accompaniment, A 4-H Rally day at Hurt June 6 Was announced. 'Bertha Sarchet gave a report on the Rural Schools day May 19. It was voted to have one hostess for every meeting in the next two years. Carrie Bourne save a paper The Spice of Life, and Maynie Steinman read an article, The Horns and the Dilemma. Refreshments by the hostesses concluded the meeting. Committees from the Union club to cooperate with committees from •the >other three "dubs'.near , Al- gona at a joint meeting on June 15 were announced: reception, Cora Reid; program, Veda McArthur; menu, Erma Harvey. Guests were Mrs. Ci W. Schryver, Denver; Mrs. Susie Engler,' of Arnold's Park; Mesdames Henry and Claude Dearchs and daughters, Mrs. Anna Leason, daughter Mabel. A club committee preparing the new yearbooks met with Mrs. Kate Annls Wednesday. Olcltlmers In Ylglts Here- Mrs. C. W. Schryver, of Denver, has been a guest at Presley Sarchet's. She has spent two weeks here with relatives, but expects to go home sometime this week. She lives with a daughter, Mrs. Schryver is 'a sister-in-law of Mrs. Sarchet. Mr. Sarchet's sister, Mrs. Earl Shanor arid her husband, of Mason .City,- were alsto', at . the Sarchet home. Mr. Shanor, who] has for nearly 40 years been in C. & N. W. employ at Eagle Grove and Mason (Jlty, was a son of the late Mr. and-Mrs. WIlHanrShanbr, Biirt, and his wjfe is the fornier Florence Sarchet, who was a popular Algona store clerk many years ago. The late Mr. Schryver was for;some three decades a Burt blacksmith. ' Tribute to A. B. Gardner— A large num'ber of friends attended the funeral of Austin Gardner Friday at Algona. He was a familiar figure in Union township having spent a great deal of his time at his son Stanley's. Mr. Gardner was a genial type oi farmer, with ever a friendly word of greeting and a ready smile thai one appreciates. He was one of our;most loved •;nelghboi > 8,-f,and his ready aid at all times was recognized double-fold in expressions of sympathy and floral offerings at the funeral. A group, of neighbors, With tractors, plowed his corn Friday-morning. •'.,.• Mrs. "fctetr, Wood'*--, -y/- The fFJoyti . Er4«*B«nBj * and ,ti»e f . Jack ' Shea'*, * flih^raf I we're guests at the local Erleksnn Home 6ti Decoration day and via* ited the cemeteries at Corwlth, IrVlngton, and here. Wllma and Rita Arend and Irene and Arlehe Studev, Wesley, annu , al cleaning; at G. & Studei',1 last Gertnfe St»ftel. Awajr, Vliltlif- Ctertfude (StoWel went to ; Fort Dodge Wednesday ID; visit her cousin, Cecelia Haupert, and from there went on via bus for a visit at her brother Eldoii's at Knoxville. Other Union News. •Mrs. Mary Keefe, mother of Robert Keefe, has returned from vis- Its with her son Lean and daughter Dorothy, near Wlnnebago, Minn. She is In good health. Rosena Thilges, Bode, was a guest last week of Martha Krleps. . Mrs. Olaf Romstad has been ' my method of treatment. S,W, MEYER, D,0, Sa»7er Bide. Algoua : Iowa MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE HELD BY WESLEYANS Wesley, June 5 — Memorial day services were held Tuesday morning at 10 oclock in the high school auditorium with an attendance of over a hundred. Ray Murray, of .,_• in*. -..*... ~~.fi.. i. »*»*].., ...,«— j Des Moines, gave the address, re- tion, Mr. Rust; hymn, Onward viewing some of the major battles Christian Soldiers,audience; scrip- and eve nts leading up to the pres- ture reading, prayer, sormon, the ient . He paid fitting tribute to • Rev. Von B. Elbert; music, Glor-; lhose who nad f ought to gain the ious Things of Thee are Spoken j freedom we enjoy , and March On, male quartet; ji rs . Vincent Kl I I Union Memorial Program Held— 1 Union Memorial services were I held on Memorial Sunday at .the I high school auditorium, with the j following program: prelude, Wor! ship of God in Nature, Portia Johnscm; America, audience, led by the Rev. Albert Rust; invoca- OPTOMETRIST EYE NEGLECT IS serious. Troubles that are slight in the beginning may soon permanently harm your vision. Have an examination. A. W. AMUNSON Optometrist Above Borchard Drug Store , Kleinpeter recited, hymn, In the _Service_ of the King,!,Soldier's Soliloquy, by Lucille thc Rev -'Oriswold, Des Moines, followed by | a vocal duet by Mrs. Lawrence Hanson and Mrs. Milton Giddings. The Rev. Olaf Johnson, Congre- .»! 1 .">. LJJIIIU11 JLIL1UUG AIJU 11VI, , • i . . duujrhier. Mrs. Ray Bronson. with! K , ational1 Pastor, gave the mvoca- audlence, benediction, Karl W. U. Hiller. Former Residents in Visit— Mrs. Lillian Pardee and her the lattt:-'s sun. of.Luucaster. \Vis., fame Wednesday for u visit at J. tion and benediction. Following the program cars tlllll^ TT UUllCOUilJ l\Jl il * lOlL 11 L I/• i . ... .11 . Oxley's. and with other friends, ^ arlrII 5_, f . 1 _ ow " A lrl8 l.^ SC ° U , t - S ' I Mrs. Pardee. was a pioneer resi- | dent of Corwith,..having been a | teacher in the *rnral schools of j Hancock County before marriage, i The family left here 32 years ago | for California^ where Mr. Pardee died. WARNING! A IttAN caught pneumonia while washing his own car. Don't take chances! Let us take 'em. —Give us a call! Johnson's D-X SERVICE YOU LL LIKE OUR SERVICE. IPLUMBINGI BATHROOM BEAUTY! Never, before such mar-, velous ideas and materials. See the modern bathroom plans and get an estimate. LAING & MUCKEY Phone 4(14 Algona, Iowa Hand Opens Concert Season— 1 The Corwith band gave its first i outdoor concert this season on Wednesday evening, and was enthusiastically welcomed. The band uniforms cons-ist of maroon jackets, with regimental gold cord trimming, military caps of the same material, and white slacks with maroon seam stripes. The coats have white suede belts and a white suede diagonal chest strap. Memorial Banquet IK Held— j An annual Memorial banquet sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary was held at the Legion hall Thursday evening, with A. A. Johnson, Corwith's only remaining Civil war! veteran, the widows of Civil war veterans, veterans of the Spanish- American and World wars, and the families as guests. Farmers Welcome a Shower— A good shower Friday brought welcome' relief from heat, but with hopes that more rain would.follow and en,d^a. dry .spell 'that had harmed crops, 'garden's, yards, and pastures. the Legion firing squad, color bearers, and spectators went,.to.St. Joseph's cemetery, where graves of ex-service men of the Civil war and the World war were decorated. This year for 'the first time, white crosses with large red- poppies were placed at the graves of World war veterans. Graves decorated included the following: Civil war—Joseph Loebig, Stephen Steward, Ezra and Cash Perry, Henry W. Fox, E. E. Thomas, Eli B. Pelton, George W. Flack, Chandler Ward, J. U Haynes, A. H. Braley, Torger Torgerson. World war — Cornelius Wolf, Dennis Studer, Ed. Ricke, Lawrence Burke, Leo Breen, M. P. €.oetz, Fay L. Andrews, William Henderson, and Ed. Monson. Legion Auxiliary—Mrs. Gustaive Monson, Mrs. Garfelia Johnson, Mrs. Barbara Wolf, and Mrs. Kate Kennedy. for Bride-to-Bc— Mabel Kent was honoree at miscellaneous Shower at Clarence Ward's Thursday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. Ward, Mrs. .Frank Younsjwirth,; and Dorothy. Anas- .tasia.'Lickt'eig sang, two vocal "solos and Mary Ann Arndorfer played two piano solos,, followed;by. a 'deliciaus'iliinch.'' Miss' 'Kent received many lovely gifts. Relatives also honored her at a pre-nuptial shower at the Lewis Kent home i last week Monday afternoon. About r. t .., daughter of-Mr. and; 12 attended and left recipes, ad-Mrs. Clifford Applegate, suffered a j vice, and gifts. A delicious lunch crushed thumb on the left hand'followed a social afternoon. Thursday, when it was caught in a \yashing machine wringer. Child's Thumb IN Crushed- Operation Patient Home Again— Mrs. Bert Meyers was brought home Wednesday from Rochester, where she had a Colonial hospital major operation. Other Corwith News. Musical numbers consisted of a solo, My Buddy, Terry Long; clarinet trio, Eva Mae Gee, Jean Mer- .Vttenil Shower at Hatching— Mrs. Tom Forburger, Mrs. J. L. SWEA-EAGLE YOUNG PEOPLE COME HOME FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS Swea-Eagle T\vp., June 5— Among young people home for the summer are: Freda Bergeson, who tauglit the third grade at Newel, and is now with her father, Albln Bergeson; June Larson, who taught the 6th grade at Clarksville, and is at Emil Larson's; Lucille Evans, who taught in junior high at Mt. Auburn, and is at the William Evans home; Geneva Berg, who taught the first and sec- Other Swea-Eagle. Knb.T Bnrg Jfamed Delegate— The Swea Spirit of Service 4-H club met at Mrs. Emil Larson's Thursday and plans for Rally day were laid. Ruby Berg was chosen delegate to attend a 4-H state convention at Ames June 14-47. Seven girls attended the meeting, Sylvia Isaacson was a visitor. ond grades at Rockwell, and is at | j.' ormcr p as to r Makes Call— A-n/lrow Tl<ii t P rl e' nnrl Hnrnlfl SoVlll- T-\.. j •»» *~. .n « Andrew Berg's; and Harold Schu ler, second year student at Western Union college, Le Mars, who is at Henry Schuler's. Swea Girl College Graduate- Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Berg drove to Storm Lake Friday to attend exercises at Buena Vista college in which their daughter Lucille was graduated. She completed a two- year elementary course at Waldorf Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Bengston, of Newel, called last week Sunday at Walter Peterson'-s. They had been at Fairmont for the funeral of Mrs. Bengston's mother, Mrs. Olaf Peterson.. Doctor Bengston is a former pastor of the Swea Baptist church. • The Clifford Andersons, of Williams, were last week Sunday vis- - - .. — —««, TI v* u ii4k>t> TTt^i«x hJUAluaj' T1O college, Forest City, then taught ai itor at Arthur E- Anderson's, and o . u.-., __v.«. *...„ , "" Clifford's mother, Mrs) Hannah Anderson, Swea City, went to. Williams with him and his family for a rmonth's'Stay. • ' Maxirie Erickson-returned to St. Paul Wednesday, after three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Erickson. She has, eigiht months 'nurses training left'at the Mounds Park and Midway hospitals. Mrs. Tony Anderson, of Chicago, Swea township school two years, and she has now completed two more years at Buena'Vista, where she majored-in mathematics.. Her sister Geneva, who-had been visiting Lucille at Storm Lake a week, also came home. Krror in Identity Corrected— In last week's paper it was said that Ruth Anderson had had .an appendix operation but this was misinformation from calling Mrs. | and her small sou were guests last Francis Carlson by her maiden week of the former's parents, Mr. name which was Ruth Anderson. There is, however, a Ruth Anderson who is a neighbor of Mrs. Carlson. Mrs. Carlson has been brought home from the Colenmn hospital, Estherville, and is much improved. and Mrs. Edw. Fosgren. Mrs. Albert Ellnian, Muskegon, Wis., spent a few days last week at Arthur E. Anderson's. Zoe Cleveland, Cedar Falls, was a recent week-end guest of June Larson. St. Benedict Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson attended the funeral of Austin Gardner, of Plum Creek, former neighbor, at Algona Friday. Mrs. Clifford Dehnert, of Mason City, with her children, spent Memorial day at Magnus Rahm's, and Roslee Dorr came with the Dehnerts for a stay of a few weeks at home. The Rev. Father Kramer was a guest at t'ao Charles Nelson-C«>i;a Eisehbacher wedding dinner at Wesley last week Monday. Warren McMahon, Algona, spent last week Monday at his sister Mrs. Eva Dunlap and Mrs.;: H. fiticksoti helpcd-lWiier at? thetDoi 1 home Wednesday and Thursday.; The Everett Steussys, of Mason City, spent Decoration day here with; relatives,,here.;, ; ; , W. .Dunlap and his, son Leo have been painting at Peter Hubert's northwest of Wesley, ; ",'v; Jos. Dorr, Glenn,Baker, and'Carl Wheelock left recently for Minnesota to visit relatives at Austin, Adams and Fairmont. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Erickson, ac-1 companled by Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Robb,.Burt, drove to Dows Thursday to attend the i funeral of ,,the| •women's - grandmother, Mrs^Math- 'llda Pollne, 77, who livedjiat, Mm- .neapolls. Charles Senenfelderftof Dows, . Mrs. - Erickson's brother, came here with the. women, for visits of a tevr. jveelcs.. Wesley Beats Kanawha. Wesley, June 5—The Wesley Tig' BUT A SMOOTH, STRA/GHT STQ WITH «T GROCERS the gi-ave of their mother and wife, Mrs. Theodore Johnson. From there they went on to Nashua to visit a sister and daughter, Mrs. Paul Johnson.... .Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eisenbacher and two children, Evan, Minn., and Mrs. Ka'fe Eisenbacher, of Butterfield, Minn., who had been 'house guests at Ign. Eisenbacher's, left last week" Monday to visit relatives at. Eagle Grove and Lu Verne before returning to their homes. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Primising and four.?children, .of- Melviii,>were• Memorial day visitors' at ''the Mrs. Elizabeth Materu home. Mrs. Prim- ising was formerly Hetty Matern, Doctor Primising was a practicing veterinarian here before moving to his present home. Mrs. Tillie Loebig, Emma Studer, and Mrs. Al Richtmeier, two daughters Alice and Patricia Ann, drove to Mason City Monday afternoon. The two girls went by train day evening for California, called there by the illness of her sister. •Ma;-y Ellen Bottom has returned home for summer vacation from the state teachers college. The Rev. and Mrs. Bottom, Mary Ellen and Jean, visited relatives in Estherville Decoration day. Lucille - Eisenbacher is working at the Lawrence Koppen home Mrs. Koppen being sick. Emma Studer and Mrs, Al Rlchtmeyer were Algona shoppers Wednesday 'afternoon. Diana Mathas, of Thornton, came Wednesday to visit her cousin, Dorothy Mathas. Donna Haynes spent last week at Crystal Lake visiting her uncle, Will Cook. . Airs. Ed Hildman and daughter Lucille were in Algona Friday afternoon. Haverly, Mrs. E. M. Olson and. n . om ' there to i OW a Falls to visit daughter Florence, and Mrs. Lon, f r | en ,is an a relatives. Gouge and two daughters, Margery and Verneil, attended a pre-nuptial shower for Carol Rhinebart, of Woden, in the Hutchins schoolhouse Thursday afternoon. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rinehart, and was married to Stanley Olson, of Woden, Sunday Policeman Perkins warns — worn shoes mean blowouts! New shoes from this service station mean safe driving. Stewart Super Service 302 £. State Phone 798 COFFEE SHOP BODE, IOWA BESSIE BUCK, Proprietor Candy, Ice Cream, Pastries Delicious Home Cooking Spring Fries Eyery Sunday 'Come i« and enjoy our new Nashua. riam, Mary Jane Welter; vocal at the Little Brown church, near trio, Little Sir Echo, Maxine Perkins, Gayle Thompson, Jeanette Wood; and solo, There's Something About a Soldier, Mrs. J. Worth Miller, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. William Wood. The Rev. Von B. Elbert pronounced the benediction. Mrs. Harvey Enfield had charge of the program, which included prayer by the Rev. Albert Rust; welcome, by Mrs. Glen Dunlap, of the Auxiliary; response, William Wood, Legion commander; Harry Chambers, for the Spanish-Amer- Sfinnesolans in Visit— Mr. and Mrs. Albert .Dirksen and three children, Albert Lea, Minn., came for 'Memorial day with Mrs. Dirksen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Meuhe. Mr. Dirksen went back that night, but Mrs. Dirksen and children remained for a two weeks visit. Mrs. Dirksen was formerly Dorothy Meube. Ruth Meuhe, waitress in the Benton cafe, spent Memorial day at B. J. Meuhe's. Mrs. Chris Moore and son Roy returned to their home at Oelwein Thursday. They had been house guests at the Nelson homes. Eisenbacher and Roy was b'est man **.. ..,, iu , i.,11. wJiJttlll.-JU-^illJUl - , . - T1 , . * icau veterans; Gertrude Dunlap,i lluv ' 1 ' s ' at(k lark * lcnlc ~ j . • t_ _- j 11. .. ~\ff.in T 1^ ATrtii^Qi' C* r\t tribute to World war veterans. 'Mrs. Lee Williams, son Gary Lte, Mrs. Harold Evans, and the la tier's daughter Betty Lou, visited last week Monday afternoon at the women's sister, Mrs. De Rae Godfrey's, Lu Verne. Edwin Oxley, Duluth, Mrs. J. T. Meurer, Cheryl and Jimmy, Mrs. Roy Kleinpeter, David at the Eisenbacher and Nelson wedding. Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ign. Eisenbacher and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hammond called on Father Linus Eisenbacher at Fort Dodge and visited briefly at Nor- b'ert Hilbert's near Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hammond returned to their home in Fort Atkinson, Ind., last Tuesday. They came May 27 to attend the wedding of Mrs. Hammond's sister, Cecelia Eisenbacher, May 29. Ray Kleinpeter attended a Knights of Columbus meeting Algona Wednesday night. He gave a report of the convention at Fort Dodge two weeks ago to which he went as a delegate. Mi-, and Mrs. A. M. Lease and and Diana, Mrs. J. L. Studer. Je- Bun-ell spent a week ago Sunday aniline and Bill*, Bemadine John-! at the J. W. Walker home at Cor- sou and Billy Koppen enjoyed a I with, and Burrell remained for a picnic in the Ambrose A. Call state week with his uncle and aunt. — -••-'> .Sharon Lee, six-year-old daugh- and bis daughter, Mrs. Russell Beade, Inglewood, Calif., arrived one day last week for a visit at the daughter Mrs. Russell Riggle's. John Evans, Mr. and Mrs. liar- old Evans, and Betty Lou spent Memorial day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Evans Sr., Dows. North End'daims Five Generations Swea City, May 29 — Another Kossuth family claims a place in tie five-generation class. Mrs. Sarah Morris Swea City, is the 86-year-old head of her group. A five-generation, set-up had existed for some years, but was recently broken by the death of Mrs. Nor HE'S son, John Mosier. However, Mrs. Norrls, who has lived in the county 65 years, has nine other great-great-grandchildren, so her claim to a five-generation family is valid on more than one count. With a record of 58 great-grandchildren, 20 grandchildren, and one cjiild living, Mrs. Norrjs can probably- •, claim, '' le park at Algona Thursday after* Sharon Lee, six-year-old daugh- . ] } loon ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain, of ' = ' i Sexton, visited her'grandparents county. a resident of this Teacher Keturns Home- Margaret Flom returned | Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, from home; Thursday night till Sunday. Wednesday from Exira, where she I The Priscilla Phoebe society met has taught school' the past several years, for her , annua.1 vacation with home folks.- With her came her friend R,ani3!>na Jensen, who visited here^'several days. • Former Residents in Visit- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith, of Omaha, spent a week ago Sunday at H. J. Braley's. Mrs. Smith is the former Ethel Braley. Mr. Smith is employed by an insurance company. _ Birthday is Observed— The Ed Meyer home north of town was the gathering place of a group of neighbors and friends a week ago Sunday to 'help Mr. Meyer celebrate a birthday anniversary. Other Wesley News, , Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Hutchinson, Theodore Johnson, and Verla Mae, and Mfr, anfl lira, Flpy4 Gregory and \(;wo. children, .fcu, Verne, djove to w_e«k ago/' Sunday. by tfce; HarpM i «jey . Roctford, where they decorated =, :r»,*>-=~^-; vs/.-j It Will Give YOU LONG SERVICE You can be sure of that, because RED BRAND fence has been thor- ouu'li!:,' U'sted by. many years?of weather and strain and fence line punishment, on l'arm:s all over the cov.rjtry. It has made good for thou- w.:h of.fanners dnd it will for you. Uxv'i'cnj kr.ow what you're getting when you buy; . BRAN'D qualities, and extra year* :nean t\ira-ralva for your tnoiiey.,Q9rnejin ^ ..- ; We iiave'.iust.vUie". weight^heiaht aricUspr&ihe -you want. • an'd it's priced right. Slop in—or call u? up. COAL ALGOXA, IOWA LUMBER PAINT PHONE 929 Wednesday at Mrs. Mary Swanson's, with Mrs. Guy Dimoud as co-hostess. Mrs. Marian Paulson had charge of the lesson. Aileen Martinek, who has taught music and art in the Waterloo school two years, is expected to return to her home near Wesley Thursday. John Knapper was reported to be critically ill in his home in the north part of Wesley last week following several weeks of illness. Mrs. Anna Kunz, Billy Jerry, Mary Agnes, and Francis, of Des Moines, were Memorial day guests at Mrs. Elizabeth Matern's. Mike Fox and his sister Mary Katherine, Saunemin 111., came Thursday ngiht and are house guests at Lewis Kent's. Mrs. George Hirner entertained the members of the Royal Neighbors at her .country home Wednesday afterwfctt. ; Vera and Ruth Forburger and Mrs:. Larry Long visited Wednes- the Jos. Krleps home . at Mrs. George Aldrlch left Tours- A,c«r ••( of CMfr*l It f«rrl- fylif! 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