The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 28,1934 \focatfyents Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter were! visitors at Burt Sunday. Doris Long was a guest of the Dr. Crabbe family at Mason City over the •week end. Mrs. O. P. Towne left Thursday (today) for a few days' visit in Des Moln- ea with relatives. J. D. Lowe attended the state bar meeting in Waterloo from Thursday until Sunday of last week. Bernloe Hargreaves returned Sunday Irom Chicago where she had spent two weeks at the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Will Tlede and Fred Tiede all of LuVerne visited at the Louis Hints home Monday. Archie Hutchison reports that thrae head of the cattle on his farm east of Burt died last week of clover bloat. Dr. and Mrs. John Kfcneflick lelft today (Thursday) for Okob'il where the former is attending a medical meeting. Ruth Keneflck. of Eagle Grove, sister of Dr. John Kenefick, visited here at the Keneflck home Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. L. E. Potter returned last week "Wednesday evening from a visit with her son. Dr. L. B. Potter and family at Schaller. J. F. Finley and Lawrence Thilges of Riverdale township were in Charles City last Wednesday looking after business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tra-uger will spend this coming Friday and Saturday in Des Moines where the former will attend to some business. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner motored to Ayrshire, Iowa, last Sunday, where the Rev. preached for the mission festival of the Lutheran church . Mr. and Mrs. Mason Parsons and three year old twins of Detroit, Michi- Ran, were visitors here Monday at the D. P. Smith and H. R. Cowan hom«s while on their way from Des Moines to Minneapolis. Mr. Parsons is a cou- Bln of Don and Mrs. Cowan and has not been here for a number of years. Sorensen's Specials K. Com Flakos ~ -| K. Rice Krispies / \ /* 2 pkgs. ^ 1C Gloss Starch, 17r 3 lb. pkg. II v Soda Crackers, 1Q*» 2 lb. box iy *~ Pumpkin, 7~ No. 2 size can * *• New Potatoes, fancy, peck Kidney Beans, red, No. 2 size can _ J Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs Sandwich Spread 9Qp per quart l**t\* Sweet Pickles, fancy, pint jar — Everything for your 4th of July Picnic. Complete Line of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Meats. Top Price for Eggs H.R.Sorensen&Co. Phone 138 and 139. We Deliver Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Neville and heir granddaughter, Laura Ann, left Sunday for Lake Koronts near Paynes- vllle, Minn., for a few days of vaca- lon. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Storck and sons. 'eddy and Gordon, of Minneapolis were guests the latter part of last w?ek at the home of Mrs. Storck's sister, Mrs. G. F. Towne. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh, Mrs Al Falkenhalner and grandson, Tasker Falkenhainer. returned Sunday from a ;tay at the Falkenhainer cottage on Hayward's Bay, Okoboji. Lloyd Muckey and son, Bobby, and /alerla Plckett drove to Winterset on Sunday after Mrs. Mu-Jkey and son lussell, who have been visiting there .he past week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. c. H. Clement return- ast Thursday from Naytahwatish, Minnesota, where they vlsted Mrs. Clement's flarente, Mr", and Mrs. A. M Curran, formerly of LuVerne. Miss Eva Cleveland of Superior, Wisconsin, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs Paul Trauger. Miss Cleveland is an aunt of Mrs. Trauger and arr'.ved last Saturday for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Youngerman of Des Moines spent a few hours Tuesday at the C. A. Momyer home while on their way to Okoboji. Mr. Youngerman Is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Momyer. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCulloug!-. drove to Waterloo Tuesday to attend a meeting of the Iowa Funeral Directors and Embalmers Association. Mr. McCullough is th3 president of this district. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wolz of Wlnona. Minnesota, were guests at the Lloyd Muckey home Sunday and Monday. Va- kria Pickett, daughter of Mrs. Muckey returned with the Wolz family and will visit there for about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast and their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Thiel and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz which was held last Sunday at the home near Lotts Creek. C. H. Llchty of LuVerne was In Algona Thursday of last week looking after business matters and visiting with friends. Mr. Lichty recntly returned from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. He is n veteran fisherman and thoroughly enjoys the sport. Mrs. E. W. Colt of Evanston, Illinois, cnme here Tucsrliiy of last week nnd will visit with her parents, Mr nnd Mrs. C. A. Momyer for Severn: weeks. The- Momyers drove in after her and also spent a few days at the World's Fair before returning. Mrs. Arthur Randolph and two children of Milford came Tuesday of last we:k for an extended visit at the home of Mrs. Randolph's parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves. Mrs. Randolph Margaret Vigrars is spending this week with friends at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and their children left Monday for Chicago and he World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Rahn of Altoona. Wisconsin, came Saturday and are vis- ting at th« A. W. Amunson home. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. LaBarre and two daughters drove to Waterloo Friday to attend the funeral of the former's un- Frank Zender is taking his vacation this week from the Zender & caldwell store. He expects to spend part of the tkne in Minnesota. Mrs. C. J. Nugent and two girls of Spencer were guests at the Fred Anderson home last w-eek. Mrs. Nugent is a daughter of Mr. Anderson. Mrs. Wm. Pestotnik and children were expected home Wednesday after visiting her parents In Boone and a brother in Ames the past week. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand attended a meeting of Lutheran pastors which was held at the Dolliver State Park near Fort Dodge on Monda.y Duane Jensen, Rodney Van Ness, Ir- wln Malueg. Leon Dehnert, Willnrc Z-iigler, and Roland Larson spent Friday in Des Moines on a pleasure trip. Mrs. Lyle G. Ellis of Brooklyn. New York, came Sunday for a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Nelson and with her sister, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas. Helen Corey spent Saturday and Sunday at Clear Lake with Mary Mitchell who with her niece. Mary Clnpsad- dle. have a cottage at the lake for ,he summer. George Bohlig of St. Paul began work Saturday as an associate at the Gamble store. He will be here until fall when will resume his studies at the University of Minnesota. Mr and Mrs. Anton Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Coonie Herman left Monday for Little Boy Lake at Wabedo. Minn., where they will spend the next ten days or two weaks. Mrs. Robert Larson returned home on Sunday evening after visiting two weeks with her parents near Spooner, Wisconsin, and with other relatives in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster spent Sunday at Clear Lake with a group of friends from Webster City. They were nccompanied by Mrs. Dalton who visited with friends at the lake. Mr. and Mrs Eldon Harrison and son of. 3t. Charles, Illinois, visited relatives here and in Sexton from Thursday of last week until Sunday. Mr. Harrison is n brother of Mrs. Homer Anderson. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. M. Osterbnuer and family of Ottowa, Illinois, are expected today for a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Matt Oster- bnuer, and with his sister, Mrs. Anna Fcchncr. Eleanor Lamuth. daughter of Mr. nncl Mrs. Matt Lnmuth, is expected hom^ this coming Saturday for a three weeks vacation. Eleanor is taking nurses training in St. Mary's hospital nt Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy were guests t the Martin Duffy, Jr.. home at Whitemore Sunday. Miss Kathleen McClellan of LuVerne arrived at the Gl-en Raney home Monday for a two weeks' visit. Mrs. O. H. Free spent Friday and Saturday In Fort Dodge visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Thompson. Dr. F. C. Scanlan. Joe Harig and Father T. J .Davern left Saturday for ass Lake for a week of fishing. Louise Magnusson is taking a vacation this week from the Iowa State Bank, wher? she is head bookkeeper. Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt is visiting at th* Charles Kane home in Emmetsburg this week. Mona Monlux of Wagner, South Dakota, arrived here Friday and Is a guest at the home of her cousin, D. D. Monlux. Francis Mullln of Brltt was a guest of his cousins, Bill and John Daughan, from Wednesday until Sunday of last week. Imelda Dooley returned last Thursday from Dubuque where she had been on a retreat at the Visitation Order for five days Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer spent Sunday and Monday in Fort Madison where thx? former attended to some business. D. H. Goeders returned Tuesday after attending a conservation meeting of th-2 officials of several states at Fergus Falls, Minn. A. H. Stock and daughter, Bernice returned home Monday after spending -he week end in Sioux City with their son and brother, Kenneth. Mrs. Leslie Samp went to Estherville Wednesday to spend until Sunday with ler mother. Mr. Samp drove there on Sunday and returned with her. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton and son, Richard, returned home Saturday after vacationing at Ten Mile Lake in Minnesota for the past ten days. Fred Kent and Charlie Lehman re- urned Thursday from Chicago where hey attended a Ford deal-?rs' conven- lon as guests of the Ford Motor Co. W. H. Godden returned Sunday from Iowa City where he had taken his fa- ,her from Emmetsburg. The elder Mr. 3odden has been quite ill for some ime. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and their children, Phyllis and Junior, left on Sunday for Chicago where they will at:end th-j World's Fair for the next is recovering from a recent operation. L umcttjl R CCCC of Elmore was oper- STic will be remembered as Mabel Har- ntcd on Thursday morning at the Kos- grcavcs. - • D. Wayne Collins, accompanied by Craig Smith nnd Dick Cowan, left on Friday for Chicago where Mr. Collins will attend summer school at Northwestern University for the next six weeks. Craig and Dick attended the World's Fair, returning her* Wednesday morning. Mrs. Josephine Skiff of Fallen, Nevada, arrived at the D. P. Smith home Saturday and is visiting there this week. Mrs. Skin* la a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Kinsey Carton, well known pioneer of old Irvlngton townl- ship and a sister of Mrs. Emily C. Dodge, who now makes her home In Fallen. Both ladies have many old friends In Kossuth county and are always welcome- visitors here. suth hospital for chronic appendicitis. two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Quarton and Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent wore visitors over the week end in DCS Moines and attended a garden party at the John Cowlcs home. Mr. nnd Mrs Al Spongberg returned Sunday from Good Thunder, Minn., where they had visited two or three days with the Clarence Stcbbins family. The Stebbins were former resi- Water Heaters Coal, Gasoline or Oil Complete Service in Repairing or Installation of Plumbing, Heat- Ing or Sheet Metal Is possible with our stock Also Pump Work Holtzbauer Tin Shop Phone 83 117 S. Dodge New Whites Summer's Smartest Styles FOE THE LADIES AND MISSES— Fabrics in pumps, straps and ties _$1.35 to $1.95 Leathers, new Ties, T-Straps and sandals _$2.45 Sport Oxfords, new whites at ___$2.00 and $3.00 FOR MEN— New All White Sport Oxfords • $2-69 Brown Leather Sport Oxfords $2.00 White and Black, also Black and White -$2.95 irowne She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Chas. W. Sarchett of Algona. Her mother is also hero- with her. Dr. Magnus Lichter opened a veterinary office in Burt last Saturday and will practice his profession there. Magnus WM graduated in June from Iowa State College. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lichter of Algona. Eugene M. Sarchett and family of Maple Hill, Iowa, spent Monday and Tuesday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Charles W. Sarchett. His daughter, Mrs. Melvln Gangestad and two children also visited here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand and Mr. and Mrs. S. Asplund of Lake City. Minnesota, were week end visitors at the homo of the former couple's son, the Rev M. A. Sjostrand. Mr. Asplund is Rev. SJostrand's grandfather. Mrs. Lenora Pe.:k and granddaughter, Ernadene, returned Tuesday evening of last week nfter visiting In Lu- Verne, Minnesota, and Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for two weeks. Mrs Peck and Mr. and Mrs. John Foth left Sunday for a two weeks' stay at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. P. J. De-egnn and two children of Big Timber, Montana, left the L. G Baker home the latter part of last week after visiting there since Tuesday. Mrs. Deegan is a sister of Mrs Baker and she Is now visiting the two ladies' mother, Mrs. Mary Lucas, at Kanawha. Jim Pool returned Sunday afternoon from taking Mrs. Pooj and two children, Barbara and Dick, part way to Rockford, Illinois, where they will visit Mrs. Pool's parents, and sister. Her sister and family met them midway between Algonu and Rockford and took them on. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and family drove to Sumner Saturday to attend a family reunion which was held on Sunday. Betty Jean Mrs. Pratt and daughter, remained at West Union, uents of Algona. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dennis Pratt nnd family spent the week end in West Union. Mrs. Pratt nnd Betty J-rnn re- nanlned there for a visit this week. The Prntts formerly lived at West, Union before moving here. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk spent Sunday in Fort Dodge visiting Mr. Hoenk's mother and sister, Mrs. May Hoenk and Miss Jessie Hoenk of Long Beach, California. The two are visit- Ing friends in Fort Dodge at this time Mr. and Mrs. Cox and Mr. and Mrs Bowlus of Freemont, Ohio, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoflus Thursday. The two couples were on theli way to Yellowstone Park nnd Calfor- nia where they will visit this summer Miss Minnie Stark returned to her home at Duluth Monday after visiting here for several weeks at the W. A Dutton home and with other relative in surrounding towns. Miss Stark is a cousin of Mr. Dutton and attended the Dutton reunion held last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. Bishop drove the former's mother, Mrs. Margaret Bishop to St Paul Sunday. There the elder Mrs. Bishop was met by her son from Superior. Wisconsin, who took her back with him. She will visit him the rest of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop returned here Sunday evening. Anna Buss had a week of vacation last week from the Iowa State Bank. She and her mother, Mrs. D. J. Buss, and her two nieoes, Verona and Doris Buss of Lone Rock visited the fore part of last week with friends at Charles City. On Thursday she and her fa- 'ther, and niece Verona visited with friends in Sibley. Frank Speicher went to Des Moines yesterday upon receipt of a telegram announcing the death of his daughter, Mrs. Herb Taylor, who died Monday. The Taylors have been living in De.s Moinea for the past 14 years and have riv-e children. Mr. Taylor is an employee of the packing house there. No particulars of the death are known. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard and their daughter 'vill leave Sunday for a two weeks trip to Milwaukee, Minneapolis C'ass Lake and Grand Forks, North Da- Knthprine Funk is he new clerk at the White Grocery. S'v? bc^an her new work about two wrrks SRO Mr. anil Mrs. Ralph Miller spent. Tuesday in Des Moines where they attended the State Bankers' mrpting. Mr. Miller was one of the speakers on the program. Robert Monlux and Rena Bakken will leave Friday for Fort Dodge as delegates from Algonn to the Lutheran League convention. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand will leave Saturday. John Hargreaves has accepted a position In the office of Swift <fe Co.. and has been there about two weeks. John completed his second year of general engineering at Iowa StnJs College the past year. He is the youngest son of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hargreaves. Mrs T. P. Harrington and son. Robert, left Monday for Warren, Illinois, to attend the funeral of Mr. Harrington's oldest sister, Mrs. Robert Scott, who died Sunday evening. Funeral services were held Tuesday mornlnor nnd Mrs. Harrington and Robert returned here late that evening. Jim Burns was acting as mnrchal Monday while Marshal Frank Green, together -with several other Algonlnns attended a state conclave of the Knight Tfitiplars nt Spirit Lnke. Others who attended were Del Mnhnn, I Birch Mntson. August Bremen L. F. Rice, Hugh Herman and Harry Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hnbegar and daughter. Margaret, were visitors nt. the liome of the former's sister. Mrs. Sarnh ImhofT at West B?nd Thursday. A family reunion of the Habeg-ar family was held and that evening a brother-in-law of Mr. HnbCRnr. Ed Faustman, nnd daughter, Betty Lou of Tucson. Arizona, who was present at the reunion, returned here for a day's vis- It. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Duncan and daughter, Diana Jane of Westflcld, New Jersey, are expected here at the hom-e of Mrs. G. H. Free either Saturday or Sunday. Mrs. Duncan will be remembered as the former Esther Free. Mrs. Walter Welsbrod and children of Fenton are spending this week with her mother. Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. Mrs. Don Allen of Davenport arrived Tues- dny and will visit her mother, Mrs. Krosensky. the following two wocks. Mrs. Alley Andrews Parsons of Whittier. California, visited from Monday until Wednesday nt the home of her fister-in-lnw. Mrs. M. J. Moore. Tuesday noon Mrs. Moore entertained Mr. ind Mrs. F. A. Corry nt luncheon in -anor of Mr^. Pir.^rr s. wVio was Mrs. Corey's tenchor during her first two .^ of hieh school. Mrs. Pnrsons 1rove from Cnlifornn with n friend who s visiting nt Shennndoah. Mrs. Pnr- ons nlans to visit, her children before returning to California. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Peterson spent iiindny nncl Monday In Des Moin?s, •urM.s nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. B. Murtngh. Their littlp grandson Prtpy." is staying nt the Murtach home while his mother, Mrs. Mell Fet- rsrn is visiting her husband, who is n lieutenant on tho Battleship New York which came from Snn Pedro harbor in California for the jrrcat naval pnrade of the fleet reviewed by President Roosevelt recently at New York. It. is expected that the New York will return to the western const, in tho fall, but Mrs. Peterson and young ''Pctcy" will go west in a few we-oks. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Neville and Gene's mother, Mrs. J. W. Neville, returned lost week Tuesday from Kansas City, where Mrs. Neville nad been taking medical treatment. They had been accompanied by Jim and Bob Neville who met their father, Hnrold Neville nt Kansas City and nccompanicd him to Amarillo, Texas, where he has been recovering from a severe case of arthritis. Harold Is now assistant superintendent and ath'ieUr director at the Maverick club for boys. The club is run in connection with th? sanitarium where Harold has been staying. The boys will spend several weeks with their 'athcr. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Plait returned the first of this week after Visiting relatives In Missouri and after taking a trip through Yellowstone Park. Bernice Norton returned Tuesday from Ketchiknn. Alaska, to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. nncl Mrs. Bert Norton. Bernice has . teaching at Ketchlkftn the pnst three or four years. Her sister also lives at Ketchikan. Theatre goers have undoubtedly looked at the placards advertising coming attractions at the Cill Theatre without! once thinking that they ryiRht have been don" by nn Algon.i boy. But such Is the rase. Loe Rov Matnlson, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. P. V. Mflthison. has been doing some very high cliwf sign work for Mr. Rice. Particularly noteworthy nre placards on "Th? Thin Man," "Ace of Aces" and "The Cockeyed Cavalier." Lee Roy won the high prize in his class for the poppv placards In the contest recently conducted by the Legion Auxiliary. My Watch Has Stopped. WHY? Very few people who own watches understand the delicacy and intricacy of a watch movement. The balance wheel of your watch revolves 1S.OOO limes every hour, ir>7,<>80,00 times a year. If this wheel were rollintr in one direction, it would travel nearly 4.000 miles in one year. You change the oil in your auto every thousand ntiles. Why not oil your watch every four thousand miles? Watch repairing is our business and we give careful painstaking' attention to it. We also repair clocks of all kinds and give special attention to electric. In every case we guarantee satisfaction at moderate prices. Wehler' (Diamonds Watches ffewelry Silverware Jewelry Store Fine Repairing of all Ph. 240 Kinds Cut Rate Grocery Soap Chips ]ge. si/e 2 pkffs 23c Kellogg's Corn Flakes 2 pkffs 2k PRUNES, No. 10 can 32c ; Gloss or Corn STARCH 2 pkgs 13c MACARONI or SPAGHETTI 2 lb - pkg - 19c New 1934 Plymouth to be sold at reduced price USED CABS 1931 Essex coach li>28 Chev. coach, cheap Algona Auto Market West of Court House. their former home, for a week's visit while other members of the family returned Sunday evening. Leighton Mlsbach recently received the confirmation of his commLsMon as second lieutenant in the United Slates Army, Late has been taking work towards his commission by correspondence for several months. He was at one time with the air forces at Brooks Field, San Antonio, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Tweet and their daughter returned late Sunday evening after visiting friends and relatives ov_>r the week end. They visitel at Certar Rapids anH at Waverly visited at the Harry Heggemann home. At Hampton they visited the Charles Harrison family and also attended a reunion of Mrs. Tweet's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Biescmer returned Sunday from their wedding trip and are now at home in the Backus apartments. On their trip they visited the Rocky Mountain National Park and with friends in Denver. Mr. Biesemitr is associate manager of the Gamble store. His bride Is the former Thelma Eldridge of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson took Roy's mother, Mrs. Mary Burtis and her sister, Mrs. C. V. Christopher to Waterloo Sunday. From there the ladies went to Mrs. Chistopher's home while the Riohardsons icturned to Algona. Mrs. Christopher had been visiting in Algona and her sister accompanied her home for a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Aldrich and son, Dick, and Miss McGraft of St. Paul were guests over the week end at the C. R. LaBarre home. Mr. Aldrich is a brother of Mrs. LaBarre. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Struble of Vintoa were also guests over ithe week end at the LaBarre home. Mrs. Struble is a sister of Mr. Aldricli and Mrs. LaBarre. The Strub- Its returned to their home Sunday evening and took Eleanor LaBarre with SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR 25c TEA 1/2 lb. green 12c lb. black 15c SYRUP 5 Ibs. dark 25c 10 Ibs. dark 45c PEACHES, No. 10 can 39c Kellogg's "Whole Wheat Flakes 3 pkgs 25c Fruit Nectar All flavors oz. bottle "Busiest Little Store in Town. kota, They will be accompanied as far as Milwaukee by Mrs. Barnard's sister Grace Van Aruem and her friend. Gladys Hansen, both of Fargo. North Dakota who are now guests at the Barard home. Mrs. Jacob Johnson stopped at tlu lome of her daughter. Mrs. W. J. Beck- r Wednesday while on her way to ler home in Wesley from Denver. Col- jrado, after visiting a month with her daughter, Ethel, and two sons, Norman and George. Mrs. Becker visited her motrur in Wesley Saturday and also isited wilh her sister, Mrs. K. R. Fcr- _uson, and three children of Cedar Rapids, who were visiting in Wesley also. ALL FIRESTONE TIRES ARE NOW Double Guaranteed FOR LIFE AGAINST ALL DEFECTS AND FOR Months AGAINST ALL ROAD HAZARDS them lor a two or three weeks' visit. Drink YERBAVIDA YOUR HEALTH DEPENDS ON IT! If your nerves ore Jumpy and you cannot sleep, do not let this condition continue or you will ruin your health Yerbavida Tea will relax your nerves and let you sleep. Not a drug, but a very beneficial beverage that you will prefer to either tea or coffee. For Stomach and Kidaey troubles it Is unsurpassed. 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