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THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1947
Carmack Sells Star
Theatre Equipment
Keith Baird of Payne has purchas
ed from George Carmack motion
picture equipment of the former
Star theatre on North Main street
and moved it to Payne.
Carmack, who operated the Star
for several years closed the place
last fall when he opened the Carma
theatre in the new South Main
street building designed especially
for motion picture theatre purposes.
AWFUL RHEUMATIC
PAIN LEFT MAN’S
BODY IN 8 HOURS
“For years I had rheumatic pains
in the muscles of my shoulders, legs
and ankles, which finally got so stiff,
sore and painful that when I walked
I would flinch with agony. 1 got
RHU-AID and started taking it, and
the rheumatic pains began leaving
my body in eight hours. Now the
pains are gone from my muscles en
tirely. I feel like some other per
son, and I praise RHU-AID to the
sky.” This is a genuine testimonial
from a man living right here in this
vicinity.
RHU-AID is the new liquid form
ula containing three valuable med
ical ingredients. These Thrfe Great
Medicines, all blended into one, go
right to the very cause of rheumatic
and neuritic aches and pains. Miser
able people soon feel different all
over. So don’t go on suffering!
RHU-AID. A. Hauenstein &
Drugs.
FUNERAL HOME
Pham 222
BLUFFTQN
CITY MARKET
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News want ads bring results.
Service That Keeps Faith
With The American People
Name High School
Alumni Committees
Committees to be in charge of ar
rangements for the Bluffton High
school alumni reunion in May were
announced
officers of
night.
following a meeting of
the association, Tuesday
are: Pres., Mrs. M. M.
Officers
Kibler vice pres., Stanley Basinger
secretary, Donna Hagerman treas
urer, Carolyn Romey.
Committees:
Program—W. A. Amstutz, Mar
jorie Basinger, Louise Soldner, Har
riette Luginbuhl.
Menu—Evelyn Beals, Helen Camp
bell, Louella Stauffer.
Decorations—Eileen Horner, Anne
McGinnis, Phyllis Marquart, Geneva
Rammel.
Properties—Norman Triplett, Dean
Niswander, Herbert Conrad.
Nominating—R. L. Triplett, Ar
min Hauenstein, D. R. Trippiehorn.
Dance—Harry Bogart, Don Augs
burger, Robert Stratton, Lamont
Diller, Charles Steiner.
The Northwestern Mutual Life
Insurance Company of Milwau
kee. Wisconsin, has been favor
ably known for fair dealing and
high dividends—since its found
ation in 1857.
These factors w ‘ase you.
A. Burcky
Bluffton Representative
Higher average incomes have,
through the years, resulted in higher standards
of living. And the funeral profession has
steddily kept pace with all advancement.
The notable improvements made in
botHthe extent and quality of service and mer
chandise have not been extravagantly priced.
On the contrary, as is shown by our
wide tango of prices, every family, regardless
of its circumstances, may arrange for a funeral
of
to
highest standards at a price
pay.
it can afford
to save At w.
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TEXAS JUICY SEEDLESS
GRAPEFRUIT
29c 6
n
FRESH ICEBERG—5 Dozen Size
FRESH BUTTON NO. 1 MICHIGAN
HOMINY
28 Oz.—PREMIER—L
FOODS
ETTi UE
2 F() 19c
POTATOES
49c
SUGAR LOAF FRANCO AMERICAN
SPAGHETTI
2 S„82 29c
ited Amount
APPLE RUTTER
:10c
SALERNO GRAHAM
25c
WALDORF—Limited Supply
TOILET TISSUE
PER
ROLL
THESE SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by th^Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: Year, $2.00
six months, $1.25 anywhere in U. S.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Miss Mary Steams spent the week
end in Chicago the guest Of Robert
Moore.
See me for memorials of al) kinds.
Samuel Bixel, 409 S. Main St., Bluff
ton. Phone 429-W. Representing the
Lima Marble & Granite Co. tf
Ladies hosiery, full fashion 51
gauge nylons, 45 gauge rayons, three
thread 45 gauge silk at Waitermire’s.
Sput. of Schools R.
attending the national
school administrators
City this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
son Donnie visited Sunday
home of Mrs. Louis
Marys.
E. Augsburger
Houston spent
Mr. and Mrs. H.
and Mrs. Marjorie
several days last week in Ft. Wayne,
Indiana.
Miss Hildred Eversole of Lansdale,
Pa., spent the week end at the home
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Eversole.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Stratton and
family of Columbus Grove visited
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Augsburger.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ludwig,
daughters Nancy and Carol and son
Bruce of Lima, visited here Friday
at the Wm. Amstutz home.
The Friendly class of the Metho
dist church will sell home made
doughnuts Saturday morning in t^e
church basement.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Augsburger
of Lima, called Tuesday evening on
Mrs. Noah Augsburger. Mrs. Augs
burger who has been very sick is
somewhat improved.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Leigh of Belle
ville, Mich., are visiting at the home
of her mother, Mrs. Eva Kohli. Has
sel Payne of Belmore was a visitor
at the Kohli home, Sunday.
Basinger ambulance removals—
Mrs. Sam Welty from her home to
Bluffton hospital and return John
Glancy from his home
hospital.
to Bluffton
Stearns of
Mrs. Sadie
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Spring street visited
Stearns and daughters Misses Erma
and Mamie Stearns in Upper San
dusky, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Coon and Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Diller spent Sunday
at North Robinson at the home of
the former’s son, Maynard Coon and
family. Mrs. H. L. Coon remained
there for several days and will return
home the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hilty and
family entertained at dinner Sun
day evening, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Stratton, Mrs. Marjorie Houston,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augsburger and
son Buddy, and Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
Stratton and family from Colum
bus Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chidester
entertained at their home, Friday
evening: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lei
ber and son Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Cal
Leiber of Beaverdam Mr. and Mrs.
John Chidester, Mrs. Edna Leiber,
Mrs. Daisy Steinbrenner, Roy Matter
and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stettler.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn of West
Elm street had as their guests Sun
day: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hahn
and son Howard, Jr., of Findlay Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Hahn and sons
Ronnie and Douglas and Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson Steiner and children
Mary Margaret and Rudolph.
H. Huser and
accompanied by
Hawk of Bowl
Oxford, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. H.
daughter Sara Jane
Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
ing Green were in
to attend the concert of the Miami
university Symphony orchestra. Miss
Aleta Hawk, pianist, senior in the
university department of music and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hawk
played Tschaikowsky’s B-flat minor
concerto accompanied by the or
chestra.
Order Tru-Fit hosiery. Silk, 2
prs., $3.64 seamed nylons 1 pr.,
$2.03 seamless nylons, 1 pr. $1.72
51 gauge rayons 2 prs., $2.87 tax
included in all foregoing prices. 45
gauge rayons 2 prs., $2.30 extra
pair for 58c, tax 9c, postage 5c.
Total 3 prs., $3.02.
until March
phone 415-R.
I will come to see you.
This offer good
7. Cleda Clements,
Phone evenings and
Diller ambulance remocals—Ken
neth Finton from Bluffton hospital
to his home on Cherry street Frank
Burns from Mt. Cory to Lima Me
morial hospital Mrs. Francis Schu
macher and infant son from St.
Rita’s hospital to their home
Pandora Waldo Diller from
Memorial hospital to Cairo
Wilmer Roder and infant son
Bluffton hospital to McComb
Huldah Schifferly from Bluffton hos
pital to her home on Poplar street.
near
Lima
Mrs.
from
Miss
APPRECIATED
I wish to thank my many friends
for the lovely cards received on the
occasion of my birthday anniversary,
while still a patient in Bluffton hos
pital.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
Clubi,
and Societies
Poinsettia Club
Mrs. Clayton Murray will enter
tain the Poinsettia club at her home
this Wednesday night. The program:
Current News that Makes History,
Miss Theresa Slusser News of Inter
est to Women, Mrs. Marie Stohehill.
Eastern Star Chapter
Annual inspection of Bluffton East
ern Star chapter will be held next
Tuesday night at 8 o’clock in the
Masonic Temple. Inspecting officer
is Deputy Grand Matron, Blanche
Potts. Dinner in the Masonic dining
room at 6:30 o’clock. Helen Camp
bell, W. M. Clair Bowersox, W. P.
Amico Club
Mrs. Marie
ess to the
S. Lanham is
convention of
at Atlantic
Deerhake and
at the
Deerhake in St.
Lehman will be host
Amico club Thursday
night. Mrs. Evelyn Henry will be in
charge of the program.
Masonic Lodge
Stated communication Bluffton Ma
sonic lodge, Monday night at 7’30
o’clock. With work in the M. M. de
gree. Robert Neiswander, W. M.
Ralph Stearns, Sec.
Century Circle
The Century circle will meet at the
home of Mrs. Raalph Steams this
Wednesday night. Mrs. Ross Bogart
assistant hostess. The program:
Mealtime Madness, Mrs. M. D. Soash
The Gauntlet, Mrs. L. L. Ramseyer.
Alice Freeman Club
The Alice Freeman club will meet
this Wednesday night at 8 o’clock
with Mrs. Fred Gratz. Topic: Can
man be free if woman be a slave?
Program: Out of Feudalism—Japan
Women, Mrs. Herrman Hilty Doctors
East and Doctors West, Mrs. Paul
Diller.
Farm Bureau Advisory Council
Farm Bureau Advisory council
1 will hold a potluck supper
meeting at the home of Mr. and
Russell Huber, Friday night at
o’clock.
Birthday Barty,
Miss Dorothy ^Wenger was'honored
by a surprise birthday party, Friday
night given by Miss Hilda Steiner in
her home.
Cootie was played with prizes go
ing to Rosemary Kerner and Lenna
Niswander after which refreshments
were served.
Present were: Janet Steiner, Rose
mary Kerner, Evelyn, Lucille and
Louis Schmitz, Lenna Niswander,
Mrs. Robert Ewing, Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Wenger, Barney Ruhe, Lean
der Brinkman, Frank, Ruth and Ver
ena Steiner.
Travel Class
The Travel Class met Wednesday
afternoon with Miss Naomi Brenne
man in Lincoln hall. The program:
How shall we Educate? M’Della
Moon Christian Education,
Hauenstein.
i
No.
nnd
Mrs.
6:30
Richland Community Circle
Richland Community circle will meet
at the home of Mr?. Florence Schaub
lin, Thursday afternoon, March ,»3 at
2 o’clock.
The program: Devotionals, Mrs.
Fanny Gratz Roll call Book Review,
Mrs. Reigh Amstutz I’m What they
Call an H. D. A. Change to Slip
covers Poem, “Ah, Poultry” Con
test Song.
Helen
Settlement
at
Verena Schumacher, student
Ohio State University, Columbus,
turned home last Friday for several
days’ stay.
i, re-
Mr. and Mrs. William Cook are
the proud parents of a baby girl
born to them last Friday at Bluff
ton hospital. She has been named
Diane Christine.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Schumacher
spent the week end in St Louis, Mo.,
where they visited their son, Dona
vin who is a cellist in the symphony
orchestra in that city. Their daugh
ters, Mary Lou and Linra, stayed
with their aunt, Mrs. Mary Miller
and family.
Paul Miller returned home last
Wednesday on terminal leave.
Otis Augsburger left Wednesday
for Newport News, Virginia, where
he is to
livestock
Ethiopia,
shipment
sponsored by the UNRRA.
leave with a boat load of
which is being shipped to
Africa. This is the first
of stock to that country
Schools have again resumed class
es Wednesday morning after a two
day recess, because of snow-blocked
roads.
and Mrs. Sidney Hilty and
of Mt. Blanchard visited
relatives here Sunday. Mr.
who operated a threshing
Mr.
family
among
Hilty,
outfit in this locality the past 19
years, recently sold same to Mr.
Jacob Schabaugh of Mt. Hope, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Mertz, newly
weds from Geneva, Indiana, arrived
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Moser Sunday, and are visiting oth
er relatives here. They returned
home Wednesday.
Mrs. Lydia Ewing. News want-ads bring results.
WANT-ADS
mower
49
See Rell Potee for lawn
sharpening. S. Mound St.
For sale—New Schwimm boys and
girls bicyclef with lifetime guaran
tee, for immediate delivery also used
bicycle. Bluffton Bicycle Shop, 139
Lawn Ave.
Wallpaperg-over 150 patterns in
stock—plus 1,200 patterns in sample
book for special orders,
fer you to reliable
See our Wall paper
mire’s.
We can re­
paperhangers,
first. Walter-
buy old U. S.
Wanted—I want to
coins. Also $carce dates of coins now
found in circulation. Highest prices
paid. Roberjt Benroth, 612 S. Main
Street. Telephone 342-Y.
For sale*—Bean 8-row potato
sprayer Ir$n Age 2-row high speed
planter 2-fow digger grader with
automatic scales also fixed for
pecks together with bags, loader and
potato cutter and potato weeder all
like new. Byron Hayden, Vaughns
ville, Ohio. 47
Donneyer! electric mixers at Wai
termire’s.
Wanted—To buy all kinds of good
native timber. Highest prices paid
for good standing timber. John Al
tha Lumber Co., Ada, Ohio. Phone
Red 257. 49
Why woryy if afflicted with any
known skin disease. Ask about V-J-O.
Sidney’s Dryg shop. 17
Washer service—Wringer rollsand
parts, prompt service. Verl Reichen
bach, Beavefdam phone 542.
tf
at
Magic ski| dolls. See them
Waitermire’s.
For sale —’Building lot 60 by
ft. on Cherry street all utilities
cellar drain!
Bluffton phoije. 50
200
and
Harley Burkholder,
For sale—Estate Heatrola, good
condition, cheap if taken soon. Mrs.
Ella McHenri, 432 N. Main St. 46
For sale—Weather-Seal inter
changeable wipter windows and sum
mer screens with genuine interlock
construction. Order now for screens.
W. J. Reagan, Rt. 5, Lima, Ohio.
Beaverdam ph^ne, 175-472. tf
For sale—Bay Scout summer and
winter uniform^. Robert Niswander,
347 S. Main St.
Sealed beam changeover units for
most automobiles at Waitermire’s.
For sale—B(y’s bicycle, good
condition. Call qvenings, 134 Cherry
St.
New shipment of fuel
also one oil fqmace.
furniture store.
oil heaters
Basinger’s
also
rope
Clothesline, wire or
clothes dryers. Waitermire’s.
For sale—Oak wardrobe.
Cherry St.
311
two
For rent—Room for one or
girls or young married couple. Home
privileges. Mrs Hazel Biome, 314
N. Main. Phone 3gl-Y.
For sale—Fuel oil heater 14 inch
burner also dirt conveyor with
H. P. motor. Johnson Barber shop,
Text-Knit burnproof ironing board
covers at Waltermire’s.
Do your laying hens and pullets
need a tonic? Havq you ever tried
Ovumix or Pratt’s Regulator? You
can get it at Jorg hatchery. Many
are getting good results. 49
Special—Large size Turkish) towels
only 79c at W
Lost—Size 7 small boy’s black
rubber 2 ssdpl right foot boot
between RufP^ and City Market.
Leave at News office.
•e’s.
See me for your spring sewing.
Mrs. Gid Luginbuhl, W. Elm St.,
Bluffton.
For sale—Modern cottage with 4
rooms and bath. Room for expan
sion. C. D. Bame, 124 E. Jefferson.
A. D. Gratz, broker.
For sale—High count, dress print
bags, the good kind. Amstutz Hatch
eries, Bluffton, Ohio.
For sale—Oliver cultipacker also
6ft. International mower in good con
dition. Ray Harris, 3 miles north of
Bluffton on county line. Mt. Cory
phone.
For sale—Building 8 by 10 ft.,
would make good brooder house. Hi
ram Neuenschwander, 527 S. Main St.
For sale—Early Anna soy beans
for seed. Guy Scoles.
Ladies hosiery, full fashion 51
gauge nylons, 45 gauge rayons, three
thread 45 gauge silk at Waitermire’s.
For sale—Six room hous|e, modern
except furnace on North Main St.,
or will trade for suburban home in
Bluffton school district. Phone 452-T.
For sale—Kitchen sink 20 by 30
inches. Inquire 115 Cherry St.
Wanted—Bluffton girl employed in
Findlay wants to contact motorist
driving daily to Findlay as paying
passenger, leaving Bluffton before 7
a. m. Call Bluffton phone 162-Y.
Wanted—Salesman to represent
one hundred year old nursery. Ev
ergreens, shade trees, roses, vines,
fruit trees, small fruits, flowering
shrubs. Liberal commission check
weekly. Write to Monroe Nursery,
4708 Monroe St., Toledo 12, Ofcio, for
further information. 49
For sale— Modern 8-room hearse in
Bluffton. Phone 238-W. Mrs. JH. W.
Althaus. F. Garretson, broken
Rite-Way portable or pipeline
milkers. See the Rite-Way milker
before you buy. Waitermire’s.’
Wanted—Good used saxophone or
clarinet.
For
I riage,
phone
Dallas Berry\ postoffice.
sale—Birchcraft baby car
like new. Rawleigh Moser,
633-Y.
sale—Woman’s Friend wash-■
For
CallI
ing machine, fine condition.
phone 435-W or at 551 S. Main St..
For sale—80 acr farm southwest
of Blufftoij. Lyle/McCarty, 106 S.
Mound Stt, BlUfft/n. Michael-Fish
el Cp., brokfA'
The Tyrolean Alpine Singers and
Yodlers will appear in the City Hall
on February 2 under auspices of the
Zwingli Verein.
The Misses Miste! and Elizabeth
Hum mon entertained about twenty
four of their college friends on Mon
day evening, January 16.
Lambert and Leichty. proprietors
of the Racket Store, announce they
will dissolve partnership by mutual
consent. Mr. Lambert sn'd
interest in the firm to Ed
bach last Friday.
Arden Zimmerly experts
for the
John
build a
Ezra
J. R. and Walter Marshall deliver
ed 85 hogs to buyers in Beaverdam.
The Citizens Band at their Tues
day meeting re-elected A. E. cwine
hart, pres. I. B. Beeshy, sec’y
treas. A. E. Swinehart, C. C. Geiger
and I. B. Beeshy members of the
executive committee. Under Sidney
Hauenstein’s able leadership the band
is outstanding and far above the
average small town band.
Arthur Worthington of the L. E
and W. spent two weeks in Florida
vacationing.
Will H. Euller resigned his posi
tion as foreman of th a Lima Mi Hi,
Co. He and his brother George
Euller have purchased an interest in
a Michigan Lumber Co. He and
son Hollie and son-in-law Dell Arm
strong plan to leave soon to take
charge of the business, families will
follow them later. Mr. Erller was
in charge of the Bluffton milling
For sale—Automatic thermostat
furnace control. Wil Potee.
For sale—Six room ouse in Beav
erdam. Lyle McCarty, 106 S. Mound
St.*, Bluffton. MicWael-Fishel Co.,
broker
Pleasant View
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell
family spent the week
and Mrs. Raymond
family.
Larry
Mr. and
News Our Grandfathers Read
From Issue Of January 26, 1911
his half
Reichen-
to work
Diller Tile Co.
Diller is getting ready to
new residence thjs summer.
Amstutz who Ims been in
some
the Settlement visiting for
time left for his home in IlFnois.
Miss Minnie Huser sjient several
days last week visiting her sister,
Mrs. Ed Steiner at Bluffton.
C. D. Steiner gave an agricultural
address last week before the High
School at Mt. Cory.
and
Mr.
and
end with
Stratton
Last week visitors
Mrs. Willard Jennings
ney,
Mr.
and
sons
Koch.
and
of Mr.
and son
Rod-
were Mr. and Mrs. Avery Watt,
and Mrs. Leonard Gratz, Mr.
Mrs.
Winston Jennings and
and Tommy and John
Mrs. Peter Hartman
called Thursday evening on Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Hartman.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and
son Darrel Lee were Friday evening
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
Vandemark and family of Lima.
Sunday dinner gueets of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Badertscher were:
and Mrs. Harold Badertscher and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zim
merman and family and Shirley and
Carol Jean Frantz.
Mr.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Andrews and family were
Mr. and Mrs. Ward
ing callers were Mr.
Reichenbach.
Chiles. Even
and Mrs. Ray
at the Arthur
Earl, Francis,
Last week callers
Phillips home were
Nolan Younkman and Mr. and Mrs.
I Harold Younkman and sons.
Margaret and Pauline Faze called
on Joanne Barnes, Sunday after
noon.
The W. S. C. S. will meet Thurs
day afternoon of next week with
Mrs. Betty Faze.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes called
on Mrs. Flora Scoles and Mr. and
Mrs. Levi Hauenstein, Thursday
evening
Farm Bureau Council No. 15 met
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rus
sel) Huber Friday evening for a
pot luck supper.
Don’t forget the meeting at the
Community House this Friday even
ing. Pot luck supper and program.
Mr. Edwin Niswander is critically
ill at the Memorial hospital at Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faze called on
Mrs. Flora Scoles and Mr. and Mrs.
Chet Long, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Delmar Adams visited her
sister Mrs. Idonr.a Huber Thursday
afternoon.
PAGE FIVE
plant for many years.
Mrs. Fred Hahn was pleasantly
surprised at her home on the occa
sion of her birthday anniversary
when the ladies of the M. E. church
called on her.
Postmaster George Levis attend
ed the meeting of the Michigan and
Ohio postmaster’s association.
Jacob Amstutz from near Pandora
purchased the Daniel Augsburger
75 acre farm near Beaverdam for
$7,550.
Miss Rose Lehman of B?me, Ind.,
a former college student, is visiting
friends here.
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Problem?
Such as:
Investment
Retirement
for income,
income.
College educational plan.
Accumulation of a sum
for any definite purpose.
Let us talk over your problems.
We may bo of service to you.
Only Federally Registered certifi
cates sold.
G. T. Soldner
409 Cherry St. Phone 163-Y
WANTED
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Sewing
and Examining
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Phone
You’ll
Zimmerman and
and Karen Rae,
Carol Jean Frantz
Mrs. Pauline
daughters Joyce
and Shirley and
called on Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bad
ertscher and family, Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings
and son Rodney were Sunday even
ing callers of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Kimmel and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Kimmel.
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Bluffton
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