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George Klay Rites
Held Here Saturday
Funeral services were held Satur
day afternoon in the Stanley Ba
singer funeral home for George H.
Klay, 55, tool room superintendent
at The Triplett Electrical Instru
ment Co., who had been found dead
at 11:15 a. m. Wednesday of last
week at his home on Mound street.
Death was caused by heart dis
ease, from which he had been suffer
ing for the last eight months.
Rev. Paul H. Cramer, pastor of
AMBULANCE
PHONE
160-W
CARMA THEATRE BL£0N
the First Methodist church, officiated
at the rites Saturday. Burial was
in Maple Grove cemetery.
Masonic rites also were conducted
Friday evening in the funeral home
by officers of Bluffton lodge No. 432
F. & A. M. Mr. Klay was a past
master of the local lodge and also
a member of Scottish Rite, Valley of
Toledo, 32nd degree, and of Findlay
Chapter R. & A. M.
Survivors include three daughters,
Mrs. Edgar Cook and Mrs. Jose
phine Burkholder, both of Bluffton,
and Miss Marjorie Klay, of Lima
and a son, Richard Klay, at home.
There also are three surviving sis
ters, Mrs. Eva Cattran and Mrs.
Nina Rush, of Cleveland, and Mrs.
Carrie Parker, of North Canton.
Herbert Oyer Is
P. T. A. Speaker
Herbert J. Oyer, son of Mrs.
Adella Oyer, of this place, now a
speech therapist at Bowling Green
state university, was the speaker at
a meeting of the Bluffton Parent
Teacher association Monday night in
the high school auditorium.
Oyer’s talk to the P. T. A. dealt
with some of the problems encoun
tered in speech correction. In addi
tion to serving on the faculty at the
Bowling Green university, he super
vises speech work in public schools.
OUR MORTUARY PRO
VIDES an impressive setting
for a funeral service. The
chapel seats 200. Tinted
walls reflect the soft glow of
indirect lighting, creating an
atmosphere of warmth and
restfulness.
We offer all of these
superior facilities at no ad
ditional cost.
BASINGER
FUNERAL HOME
BLUFFTON, ONIO
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WHITE HEAT
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Matinee Sunday Continui
WEDNESDAY—THURSDAY
The Undercover Man
GLENN FORD—NINA FOCH
riEADACtiE TIME
It’s no easy job to make out yo income
tax and if you miss a deduction it’s
simply money out of your pockety
That’s why it’s so important to pay by
check so you will have a complete record
of expense. Perhaps its time you opened
an account at
The Citizens National Bank
Member Federal Reserve System
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Produced by
-ROBERT
Directed by
DAVID MILLER
from 3:00 P. M.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by tha^Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: Year, $2.50
six months, $1.50 anywhere in U. S.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Florida oranges, tree ripened, 5 lb.
bag 35c at A & Market.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lugibill, Ro
land Lugibill and Miss Sikes of Lima
spent Thursday in Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith of
Kentland, Ind., called at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Arnold and
daughter, Friday.
See me for sewing of all kinds
also will do custom buttonholing and
ruffling by the yard. Mrs. Fred
Hofer. 46
Diller ambulance removals—Mrs.
Maude Cronin from Guy Anderson
home north of Bluffton to Bluffton
hospital.
Mrs. Mary Matter of Garau street
has returned from a two months
visit at the home of Mr. and *Mrs.
C. R. Reynolds of Albuquerque, New
Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wiebe and
daughter of Willard, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Cox and family of Maumee
visited Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin Stettler.
Mrs. Lydia Lora and Mrs. Clara
Lora had as their guests Sunday
afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Son
nett, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bowser of
Findlay and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Schif
ferly of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards
and Mrs. Anna Basinger are attend
ing the Chicago Furniture Mart buy
ing new stocks of furniture for the
Basinger store here. They will re
turn the end of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Deppler of
Bentley road, together with her
mother, Mrs. Chris Basinger of
Pandora and brother Harry Hoch
stettler of Mansfield have returned
from a two weeks’ motor trip to
Florida.
Basinger ambulance removals—
Mrs. Wm. Fett from her residence
near Beaverdam to Lima Memorial
hospital Mrs. Eliza Shaller from
Bluffton hospital to the home of-her
daughter, Mrs. Earl Garten near
Mt. Cory.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stearns spent
Sunday in Upper Sandusky with Mrs.
Sadie Stearns and daughters Erma
and Mamie. Miss Erma Stearns
returned here with them to resume
her duties as librarian at Bluffton
college.
Clubi,
and Societies
Share-A-Talent Club
Meeting at the home of Mrs.
Donald Cuppies, Wednesday evening,
Jan. 18 at 7:30.
Lutheran Aid & Missionary Society
Meeting at the home of Mrs. E. C.
Stultz, Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
Church of Christ Society
Christian Women’s Fellowship will
meet with Mrs. Arthur Amstutz,
Thursday night at 8 o’clock.
Mennonite Missionary Societies
Joint meeting of societies of this
area will be held at the First Men
nonite church, Bluffton, Friday after
noon at 2 o’clock. Speaker will be
Miss Viola Wenger of Akron, Pa.,
in charge of relief clothing depart
ment of the Mennonite Central
Committee.
Royal Neighbors
Bluffton members of the Royal
Neighbor order are invited to attend
a meeting at Holly Camp, Royal
Neighbors of America, Lima, Monday
night at 7:30 o’clock at which time
officers of the Lima and Alger
camps will be installed.
Methodist W. S. C. S.
A dinner will be held at the church
Thursday night at 6:30. Mrs. Robert
Artman will be leader of the even
ing program and Mrs. Elmer Short,
worship leader. Reservations should
be made with Mrs. Wilma Thomas.
Travel Class
Meeting at the home of Mrs.
Armin Hauenstein, Wednesday night,
January 18 at 8 o’clock. Topic:
Discovering America. The program:
Harbor of Promise, Mrs. James
West Father of Waters, Mrs. V. C.
Oppermann Annual business meet
ing.
Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. *H. E. Myers of
Wichita, Kansas announoe the en
gagement of their daughter Opal
Irene to Kenneth G. Oberly, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Oberly of this
place.
Miss Myers is secretary of the
National Baptist Memorial church of
Washington, D. C., and Mr. Oberly
is an electrical engineer in the R. E.
A. Department of Agriculture at
I Washington. The wedding will take
place next summer.
Amico Club
Meeting at the home of Mrs. Nina
Rupr.ght, Thursday night at 7:30.
Aliar & Rosary
Meeting at the home of Mrs. Ed
F. ugan, Thursday night at 8 o’clock.
Modern concepts of land use are
being demonstrated in a 1000-acre*
field and forest known as Glen Helen
at Antioch College, Yellow Springs,
Ohio.
Dog Tag Deadline
Friday, Jan. 20
With the deadline for purchase of
1950 dog tags coming Friday of
next week, a belated rush of last
minute buying is anticipated during
the next eight days.
Deputy registrar for Bluffton is
Mrs. Zelma Triplehorn at the Com
munity market, from whom dog tags
may be obtained. O. E. Bowers at
the Farmers Grain elevator is the
Beaverdam registrar.
Dog owners also are being advised
that Feb. 1 is the deadline for com
pliance with the rabies control legis
lation requiring that all dogs six
months or older must be inoculated
for rabies.
Ayrshire Club To
Meet On Saturday
Third annual meeting of the Lima
Area Ayrshire club will be a ban
quet session in the Elida Grange
hall on Saturday night.
Henry Huber, of Bluffton ,will
show motion pictures at the meeting,
and Ayrshire breeders from this vi
cinitv who have been invited to at
tend include Hgpier Gratz, Herr
Brothers, Edgar Herr, Maurice Bell,
Robert Stratton, Edgar Huber, Glen
Andrews, Harold Schick, Kenneth
Chidester, Robert Miller, E. E. Hart
man and son, Ralph Schick and M.
E. Emerick and sons.
Former Bluffton
Girl Wed In West
Miss Orfia Messinger, formerly of
Bluffton, now living in Portland,
Oregon, and Joseph A. Resseguie
also of Portland were married De
cember 17 in Hinson Baptist church
of that city, according to word re
ceived here.
The bride is a sister of Mrs. Al
bert Geiger and Mrs. Ollie Bauman.
Mr. Resseguie is an employe of the
Union Pacific railroad.
Notice To Bidders
Sealed bids will be accepted by the
Bluffton Exempted Village Board of
Education for Two (2) Carloads of
Stoker Coal. Bidder to submit test
analysis of coal he proposes to fur
nish together with price per ton de
livered in bins at High School and/
or Grade School Building as direct
ed.
Bids to be delivered to Business
office of the Board of Education,
106 West College Avenue, Bluffton,
Ohio, by Monday, Jan. 16, 1950.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
By order of Board of Education.
James F. West, Clerk
LaFayette
The Keystone and Semper Fidelis
classes of the Methodist church met
Wednesday evening in the home of
Rev. and Mrs. Ballinger. Assisting
hostess was Mrs. Russell Brackney.
Devotions led by Mrs. Brackney, en
tertainment by Mrs. Atmer Bergman
and Mrs. Harold Kimmel. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. Edward
Stump.
Miss Rosemary Blue of Lima, Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Hall and son Wil
liam and Mrs. Eva Watt were enter
tained Sunday evening in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Watt and
sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Boyer and son
Kenny of near Bluffton were Thurs
day dinner guests of the latter’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams.
Mrs. Carrie Lentz spent the week
end in Lima in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Boutwell.
Mrs. Ida Hinkle spent the holi
days in Kenton in the home of her
son, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Klingler
and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Arnold of
Detroit spent the week end with the
former’s father, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Arnold.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Williams en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. William Mar
tin and family and Mr. and Mrs.
George Cox and family, Saturday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Yoder and
son Verlyn, Mrs. F. B. Hadsell of
Urbana, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Robin
son, Cheryl and Tommy and Mr. and
Mrs. N. H. Robinson and Peggy
Joyce of Lima were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Robin
son.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Fackler
and son Bobby of Lorain were holi
day guests of the former’s mother,
Mrs. Alice Fackler and Miss Georgia
Fackler and Mr. and Mrs. Atmer
Bergman.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schenerman,
Frank Smith of Lima and Mr. and
Mrs. George Cox and son David
were Friday evening guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Atmer Bergman.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Westphal, Sr.,
have purchased the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Binkley and expect to oc
cupy in the near future while Bink
ley’s intend moving to Lima.
Mrs. Claude Neiswander has been
removed back to Memorial Hospital
after spending the holidays in the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Thayer.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Criblez of
near Bluffton spent Friday in the
home of the latter’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lew Hullibarger.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Long and
daughters were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hawk and
family.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank everyone for the
sympathy extended during the ill
ness and death of our father. Also
for the kindness and aid of neigh
bors and friends, all those sending
floral tributes, Rev. Cramer, and all
those who assisted with the funeral
services.
The Family of Geo. H. Klay
WANT-ADS
G. now
E. television, 1950 models
on display. Ellenberger Bros.
Shoes repaired,
have Shirley Noi
for you. All wor
ray Upholstering
Bluffton phone.
Clearance sale 1
—were $2.49
Pajamas were $2J
$2.18 a pair at V
Why worry if
skin disease.
Sidney’s Drug Sh
Buy work glove
save at Geiger &
ealth—Protect
your shoes in goo
Shoe Senice Shoj
January clearar
nel pajamas as lo
Waltermira’s.
For sale—Two
on South Mounc
phone 597-W.
Furniture repairing and upholster
ing of ail kindp. Make your old
furnishings look like new at a worth
while saving. Estimates without
obligation. Murray Upholstering
shop, Thurman St., Bluffton phone.
Wanted—Housekeeper with some
knowledge of practical nursing to
care for two el4erly ladies in their
own home. Peitnanent. No heavy
work oil heat, jjood proposition for
right person. Write Box H, Bluffton
News.
For sale—Swett cider daily
Augsburger Fnpt Farm, 2
south of town.
Buy Ball Band rubber
now at Geiger & Diller.
For sale—Eating and
apples. Augsburger Fruit
miles south of town.
Wiring supplies,
wiring needs at
Ellenberger Bros.
For sale—Good
bier and Katahdii
100 lbs. $1.55 for
Cyrus Schumachei
For sale—Potatc
2 miles southwest
Books now in st
and professional
bulbs, shrubs, fl
annuals, arrangen
other books for th
Herr’s Flowers &
Ave.
See me for intei
perienced workmi
without obligation.
141 N. Main St.
We repair all n
pliances. Let us
We convert oil to
berger Bros.
St. 46
For sale—UsedRefrigerator, cheap.
Paul Wingate, l»0 N. Mound St.
Let us protect? you and your shoes
with durable material. Lugibihl Shoe
Service shop.
Hot Point
Yes—it
selection
cut flower
times.
it’s Basin
Iring them in and
amaker fix them
guaranteed. Mur
3 hop, Thurman St
Phone 40- J-W.
Californ
roses to I
coffee tab
table cent
lies flannel gowns
)W only $1.88.
to clear out only
iltermire’s.
ifflicted with any
ik about V-J-O.
?. 17
by the dozen and
Hot
Bros.
Liberal!
frigerato?
your Phi I
Wante
the new
or muss.
Co., 306
Phone 4
Diller. tf
yours by keeping
1 repair. Lugibihl
Comph
at Fett’s
Three
$10.95, ,t
195-W.
:e, children’s flan
v as 79c a pair at
large building lots
street. Bluffton
For sale—1941
deluxe 2-door niotor recently over
hauled. Morris Strahm, Garmatter
Addition. Phonq 579-G.
rooms.
For rent—Tvgo sleeping
316 Cherry St
For sale—Modern 8-room
near business section. Mrs.
Althaus, phone ^53-W. F. Garretson,
broker.
house
H. W.
January sweater sale—all wool
cardigans were |4.69, sale price only
$3.88. Slipover^ were $3.49, sale
price only $2.77 at Waitermire’s.
For sale—Fresh dressed frozen
rabbits, whole qr cut up ready to
cook, available apy time except Sun
day. The Rabbit Market, corner
Mound St., and ’College Ave. Phone
112-W. 42
Bros.
Paint
househol
trivets—s
used as 1
tions Mi
For sa
good
Bluffton
For sa
ing room
Althaus,
540-W.
gauge
Twin laundry tubs, heavy
metal, well braced and sturdy at
$12.95. Ellenberger Bros.
Evan R. Burkholder, auctioneer,
615 W. Sycamore, Col. Grove, Ohio.
Col. Grove phone 155-R-14. Reserve
your sale date now. 40
For a limited time I will again buy
old U. S. coins at top
also buy scarce later
Robert W. Benroth, 612
Phone 342-Y
prices. Will
date coins.
S. Main St.
tf
lawn seeds,
and
perennial
Vegetable, flower and
garden supplies, insecticides
fertilizers, annual and
plants, nursery stock, gladiolus bulbs
and bulblets. Herr's Flowers
Seeds, 123 S. Lawn Ave.
&
tf
footwear
tf
cooking
farm, 2
tf
ib in this
Waitioned
s for
Appearance coun
competitive world
shoes improve
Lugibihl Shoe Sen
^ourt/'appea rance,
ice shop.
complete for your
ney-saving prices.
home grown Cob
potatoes $3 per
50 lbs. peck 50c.
College road, tf
?s. Arthur Miller,
Bluffton. 41
ck! For amateurs
on gardening,
wers, perennials,
ents, recipes and
home and garden.
leeds, 123 S. Lawn
tf
coal, high in
n ash. Not much
le dump. Elmer
398-T. 4f
ior painting. Ex
hship estimates
For sale—Qualit
heat content, low
left to haul to
Burkholder, phone
George Duff man,
tf
ikes of home ap
wire your lamps,
electricity. Ellen-
find it is friendly
Comfort—You’ll
old shoes kept in good repair. Lugi
bihl Shoe Service shop.
Make the New Year a honey by
including honey in your daily diet.
Try it on your breakfast cereal and
see how good it is. Once you try it,
you surely will want more. Get yours
now at Farmers Elevator in Bluffton
or at the Howard Rickly Honey farm,
3 miles south on Bentley road. 39
Wanted—Dead stock. Horses. $2.50
cows, $2.50 hogs, 25c cwt. Collect
'Lima. Allen County Fertilizer. Small
stock removed promptly. tf
For sale—Building lot all utilities. I Buy your refrigerator now at
Harley Burkholder, 141 S. Main Hauenstein’s Bak&rt, your Philco
dealer.
frigerators. Ellen-
berger Bros.
For sale
electric refrigerator
stove with 2|bottles fuel oil heater
Hollywood
Axminster
brakes,
station.
ft. house trailer
bottled gas
sed davenport dresser
qug Nelson dolly .electric
require South end Sohio
40
our aim to have a large
potted plants and fresh
at our greenhouses at all
“Flowers of Distinction,”
er Florist, 109 Grove St.
a ceramics—large pink
e used as decoration on a
e or for a wall plaque or
rpiece. MaRuss Gifts.
int ranges. Ellenberger
trade-in on your old re
nt Hauenstein’s bakery,
o dealer.
—Painted walls to wash by
lechanical method, no fuss
Nonnamaker Rug Cleaning
S. Jackson St., Bluffton.
-T. tf
te line of Lisk enamelware
hardware.
burner kerosene stoves,
ble type. Prosser’s, phone
For sa
tractor
Fisher, 1
county li
Plymouth special
e—Set of 11X38 6-ply used
res. Good condition. Irvin
mile north of Bluffton on
le.
oranges, tree ripened, 5 lb.
at A & Market.
tax reports filled out.
after 6:30. David W.
Florids
bag 35c
Income
Evenings
Doty, 47'
Cherry street.
ilk scarf, blue, white and
Lost—I
green a|
return
Lawn Av
jo glasses. Finder
Hot
e—Eight piece walnut din
suite, good condition. Levi
miles west of town. Phone
Special
shades s
Fred Ha
For sa
at the
miles
on Avon lipstick, all
So a very good cream. Mrs.
ip, Bluffton phone.
q—McCormick-Deering com
planter, mpunted—will fit F-12 or
M. Adel^ert Schaller, I1? miles
west of Jejiera on Route 103. 40
Doodler’s Dream, Tassell and
Grain, Cathedral, Pineapple and Lyre
and Snowflake are only a few of the
designs of heirloom trivets at
MsRuss Gif£s.
Combination doors, 2' 8" 6' 8",
$16.50. Fett’s hardware.
Lost—Pait-Persion male cat, light
gray, friendly pet. Rbward. Phone
31 l-W.
For sale—fcotton flour bags, 2 for
25c. Hauenstein’s bakery.
Your locab Realsilk representative
is James Morton. Will call evenings
or Saturday. Phone 309-T.
For sale—Modern 6-room house,
hot water heat, insulated, storm
windows, full basement, 2-car garage.
W. A. Strattoji, 543 S. Main St.
Wanted—Rugs and carpets to
clean. Nonnanaker Rug Cleaning
Co., 306 S. Jackson St., Bluffton.
Phone 465-T. tf
Orchids! Lilies! Roses! Like wed
dings fl|wers are always
season. Let us help you plan your
entire floral n»ds for a memorable
wedding. Basijiger Florist, 109
Grove St. Phine 404-W.
THE
CRANE I DREXEL
Fresh styling! Practical conven
ience! Unmatched quality! New
engineering'. Beauty!
Yes, everything you could want
in a lavatory is in the new Crane
Drexel. Large basin. Convenient
shelf back. Integral china spout.
Exclusive Securo quick draining
waste. Chromium plated Temple
faucets with Dial-ese finger-tip con
trols—a new. revolutionary engi
neering development.
This handsome and commodi
ous lavatory will add greatly to
the appearance and efficiency of
your oath or powder room. Two
sizes: 22 18 in. and 27 21 in.
PAUL EMMERT
Plumbing & Heating
110 S. Main St., Bluffton
Wanted—Upl
clean. Nonnai
Co., 306 S.
phone 465-T.
please
Adeline Welty, 251 N.
int washers. Ellenberger
brushes, scrub brushes,
brushes. Fett’s hardware.
er we telegraph flow
iere for all occasions.
Remen
ers anyv
Basinger
Phone 4C
Florist, 109 Grove St.
l-W. 43
vania Dutch heirloom
uthentic designs—can be
ot pads or for wall decora
Russ Gifts.
e—Pump jack with motor
edition. Sidney Balmer,
hone.
Pennsy
Roofing at Fett’s
repair jobs.
iting and cooking
Get your rolled
hardware for those
For sale—Good
apples 35c per buihel and up also
nice first and second cutting wire
baled alfalfa hay,/reasonably priced.
Steiner Fruit fa
east of town.
Wanted—To bui good quality oats.
Leroy Lugibihl, ppone 646-T.
For sale—Used/ radios, all recon
ditioned $5 and £p. Brauen’s Radio
Service, 141 N. Jackson St.
Closeout all 2 and 4-fold yarn was
29c a ball, closeout price only 19c at
Waitermire’s.
Warm Morning coal heaters, auto
matic draft 100 lb. capacity. Burn
any kind of co|l.
Guaranteed wa ini
43 ser’s, phone 19 fW.
Try the Chi
oil base paint
ing. Fett’s hai
Geneva kitch
berger Bros.
For an attr
piele see the la
California potto
as a wall plac
il, coke or briquets.
floors. See Pres­
Hamel one coat flat
0r your inside paint
dware.
us and sinks. Ellen-
ictive winter center
rge rose fashioned by
rs. Can also be used
ue. MaRuss Gifts,
olstered furniture to
laker Rug Cleaning
ackson St., Bluffton
tf
Truckload of
FLORIDA FRUIT
This Wednesday,
January 11
at
Elmer Burkholder Home
103 W. Elm St., Bluffton
Better Food at
Stoney's
Tuesday—CHICKEN
Thursday—*CHOP SUEY
Friday—F|SH & CHIPS
Sunday—CHICKEN, STEAK,
HAM I
Homemade pies
Stoney’s Restaurant
Rawson, Ohio
Highest Prices
For Your ^rap Iron, Junked
or Wrecked Automobiles
See me before you sell.
Bluffton
Holding Shop
Dana Mathewson z ./
Riley St., Bluffton
Dog Owners
Notice
January 2) is the deadline
for buying |og tags without
penalty.
Allen coui
y residents may
rs from Zelma
alehom at the
farket, Bluffton.
purchase U
Ingalls Trip
Community 1
Female Deg $3 Male Dog
$1 $10 for Kennel, allowing
5 tags.
RUSSJ LL HIRE
Auditor Mien County
Phone How
YOU can’i pick up your
telephone and order more
fire insurance while your
home is burning. Now is
the only time you can
make sure you have
enough insurance.
Ask this Hartford agency
to check your policies and
give you the competent
advice your insurance
needs. Just call
Leland Diller, Insurance
Phone: 295-W
US’/j S. Main Street
Bluffton

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