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Thursday, December 7, 1911

YOUNG MAN DIES SUDDENLY Eric A.I. Andreen passed away on Friday of last week at the home of N.A. Johnson...
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DEATH ENDS LONG ILLNESS

Gustve Alvine Roos, who lived at the home of his father, Rudolph Roos, six miles from this city, passed away on Friday last at the age of 24 years, 5 months and 18 days.

The deceased had been in poor health for the past four years, being affected by tuberculosis during that time. The direct cause of his death was rupture of the stomach.

INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS

Roy Roblin left for Ashton on Wednesday, after visiting with old friends here for the past few days.

Annual election of officers of Worthington Homestead No. 22 Brotherhood of American Yeomen, was held in the Eagle hall, Monday evening, December 4th. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Foreman, L.W. Abbott; Master of Ceremonies, W.W. Barkelew; Correspondent, Mattie M. Hastings; Master of Accounts, E.C. Pannell; Chaplain, Mrs. Oscar Blood. After the election a social time was enjoyed by all present. Installation will be held Jan. 15th, 1912.

LOCAL NEWS

Mrs. Wm. Ferguson returned Friday from Brewster, where she visited briefly with her daughter, Mrs. P.J. Silver.

Mrs. C.O. Ford went to Sioux Falls on Saturday last, where she visited for a few days with her sister, Mrs. R. Varnes.

Mrs. G.W. Dryden returned to her home in Windom, Friday, after spending Thanksgiving in this city with her son, R. Dryden.

Misses Alice and Florence Ford went to Sioux Falls last Wednesday where they visited for several days at the home of their aunt, Mrs. R. Varnes.

John Miller left Sunday for Fairmont where he has employment, after a visit of several days in this city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Miller.

Mrs. Arkell, of Iona, was in the city the latter part of last week, visiting her sons, John and Wendell. The latter young man was recently operated at the Worthington hospital.

R.W. Oakes left Sunday for Welcome. Mr. Oakes, who is a brother-in-law of Dr. J.N. Gould the well-known veterinary surgeon, is filling the position of superintendent of schools at Welcome.

Miss Esther Noren arrived here the latter part of last week for a visit of a few days with her sister, Hildur, and brother, Herbert. She has been residing at Kinderly, Sask., Canada, with her brothers, Richard and Olaf.

Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Morton, who were called to Chicago a few weeks ago on account of the serious illness and pending operation of Mr. Morton's brother there, returned their home Sunday. Mr. Morton reports the condition of his brother as being much improved.

Mrs. G.F. Martin, of Spencer, Ia., spent Thanksgiving at the home of her father, Thos. Bristow, of this city, returning home on Saturday last.

Chas. Wahl, of Iowa, visited at the home of his brother, Gust Wahl over Thanksgiving. Mr. Wahl left Saturday for Minneapolis where he will remain for a few days, before starting for Sweden for a several months' visit.

LOCAL NEWS

Henry Martin left on Thursday morning for his home at Charter Oak, Iowa, after visiting for a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vogt.

Jonothan Gordon, an aged resident of Brewster, is seriously ill at his home there. Mr. Gordon was stricken with paralysis a few days ago.

S.R. Revell left for his home in Denver, Colo., on Wednesday last. Mr. Revell has been visiting at the home of his uncle, Mr. J.R. Smith, for the past ten days.

Miss Hazel Swartwood, who for some time past has made her home with her sister, Mrs. J. Donovan, in this city, left on Tuesday last for Denver, Colo., where her mother resides.

G. Lundstrom and Erick Haglund left for Minneapolis Wednesday. After a short stay in that city, the young men will leave for Seattle, Wash., where they will make their homes in the future.

Local News Items

Mrs. Geo. Phfarer visited with her sister, Mrs. Hines, in Brewster, over Sunday.

Mrs. Gruys left on Monday for Brewster to visit over Sunday with her parents.

Miss Mabel Hawthorne left Saturday for Ceylon, to spend Sunday with her parents.

J. Ferguson arrived home from Brewster, Sunday, after a Thanksgiving visit with his sister, Mrs. P.J. Silver.

Sam Mutton was among the Worthington citizens who left Saturday last for Sibley, to spend Sunday with friends and relatives there.

T. Fitzgerald left on Tuesday last for Moorhead, Minn., after a few days visit with friends and relatives in this city.

Gust Kasch left Worthington on Tuesday last for Jackson. Mr. Kasch will visit with friends at that place for a few days.

Clerk of Court Martin issued a marriage license this week to Jake Larson and Miss Lois Clabaugh, both of Dickinson county, Iowa.

The Globe has learned of the marriage of Mr. Claud E. Comer, formerly of Worthington and Round Lake, but at present residing in Dagmen, Mont., to Miss Laura Jorgenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Jorgenson, on November 25, at Dagmen, Montana.

A happy wedding couple left on the afternoon train on Tuesday last for Bigelow. The young lady, formerly Miss Clara Haack, was a resident of Bigelow until about four months ago, when she came to Worthington. Since then she has been employed in Frank's cafe, in this city. The lucky young man, Mr. Chester Kelser, is also a resident of Bigelow. The young people will make their home in Bigelow for the future.

Mrs. J. Richardson left for her home in Lismore on Monday, after a short visit with her daughter, Mrs. E.G. Pierce, of this city.

Richard Eisle, who has been visiting for the past few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Eisle, of this city, left Tuesday last for his home in Rock Rapids.

Mrs. R.P. Burton left on Monday last for his home in Adrian. Mr. Burton is proprietor of the Slade hotel at that place. His stay here, which was briefk was in the interests of the hotel.

Mrs. A.T. Davis left for Minneapolis on Tuesday last after a stay of several weeks in this city. Mrs. Davis came here to attend the funeral of her father, W.M. Soles, whose death occurred a few weeks ago.

J.N. Clark, who has been visiting for the past few days with his sister, Mrs. Cutler, of this city, left on Monday of this week for Lake Preston, S.D., where he will visit with his daughter, Mrs. Frank Elbert.

Mrs. Ray Bristow left on Wednesday last for Merril, Ia. Mrs. Bristow will visit with her parents at that place.

A license to wed was issued on Tuesday last to James Francis Maher, and Miss Gladys Currier, both of Nobles county.

Mrs. Carl Leistico left on Wednesday last for Dundee, for a few days visit with her daughter, Mrs. A.R. Schmidt, of that place.

Miss Grace Brown returned to this city on Wednesday last. Miss Brown had been visiting with her sister, Mrs. J.E. Smith, at Bingham Lake.

Miss Francis Callahan left Tuesday for St. Charles, after a short but pleasant visit at the home of her cousin, Miss Jennie Torrance, of this city.

Miss Della Price spent a few hours visiting friends in this city on Wednesday last. Mrs. Price resides in Denver, Colo., and was on her way to visit her brother who lives in Sioux Falls.

Adolph Nelson left on Tuesday last for Cherokee, Iowa. Mr. Nelson came to Worthington a few days ago and while here purchaseed a farm about eight miles from this city, from G.W. Patterson.

Miss Mabel Hogan, of this city, was married on Sunday, Dec. 3, to Mr. Dan O'Connell, of Chicago. The wedding took place in this city. Miss Hogan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hogan of this city, and resided at the h0ome of her parents until about a year ago, when she went to New York. Mr. O'Connell, the groom, is engaged in the hotel business in Chicago. The young couple will make their home in Chicago.

C.E. Sprouse left on Monday for Clark, S.D. After a few days visit there, he will leave for his home in Cameron, Mo. Mr. Sprouse was a former resident of this township, but moved to Missouri about ten years ago. Since that time he has been engaged in farming.
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Thursday, December 14, 1911

Local News Items

Mrs. Eugene Smith left on Tuesday for Slayton to visit with friends and acquaintances for a few days.

Mrs. W.H. Jaegerm, of LeSueur Center, is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Darling.

Mrs. H. Olson arrived from Brewster, Tuesday. Mrs. Olson will visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. Erickson.

Victor Johnson after a short visit at the home of his father-in-law, Mr. J.H. Peterson, returned to his home in Perham, Minn., on Tuesday of this week.

Ross Nelson, who recently purchased a hotel in Slayton, announces that he will move his family there on the 20th of this month, on which date he will take possession of the new building.

Mrs. T.O. Opsata arrived on Tuesday last from Luverne. Mrs. Opsata will visit at the home of Mrs. Wilson and her sister in this city, before returning to her home in Webster City, Iowa.

Mrs. J.A. Jensen visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Roy Anderson, on Monday of this week. Mrs. Jensen was returning from a five weeks' visit to the coast, and took occasion to visit her sister while here. She left on Monday for her home in Sioux Falls.

Married -- At the M.E. parsonage last Monday, Bruce culver to Miss Blanche Deitrich, both of Sibley, Ia.

Clerk of Court Martin issued a license to wed on December 11th, to Mr. Bruce Culbert and Miss Dietrick, both of Osceola county, Iowa.

Mrs. G. Gable left on Monday of this week for Rushmore. Mrs. Gable will visit with her daughter in that city before returning to her home here.

Miss Alice Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.O. Ford, was slightly indisposed for a few days the past week. From last accounts Miss Ford is about well again.

Miss Mary B. Hudson, whose home is near Round Lake, Minn., was adjudged insane in the probate court of this city, Thursday. The unfortunate lady was removed to St. Peter, where she will remain under the care of the physicians at the state hospital.

Local News Items

Mrs. M.P. Bonin arrived on Friday from Mankato. She will visit at the home of her son, Alex Bonin, for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Benjamin left this city on Friday for their home in Paxton, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin had been visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. G.W. Kinsman, for the past two months.

C. Goodrich, of Currie, is spending a few days at his home in this city, preparing for a trip to the coast.

Miss Metta Ruhberg left on Saturday for a Sunday visit at the home of her parents at Storden. She returned to this city on Monday.

Mrs. W.J. Corbett arrived home on Monday. Mrs. Corbett had been visiting at the home of her sister in Waterloo, Iowa, and reported a very pleasant time.

Frank Richardson left for his home in Tracy, Minn., on Monday, after a short but pleasant visit at the home of his father, Mr. H.B. Richardson, of this city.

Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson arrived in this city from their home in LeMars, Iowa, on Monday of this week. They will visit for a few days at the home of their son-in-law, Mr. E.E. Pierce.

A.D. Fritz, who has been visiting at the home of his son-in-law, Mr. John Seline, of this city, left Monday for his home in Ocheyedan, Iowa.

Thursday, December 21, 1911

DIVORCE GRANTED. Mrs. Alfreida Voss Secures Decree in the District Court on Tuesday.

Mrs. Alfrieda Voss was granted degree of divorce from her husband, Thomas Voss, by Judge L.S. Nelson, in the district court of this city on Tuesday, December 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Voss were married in Bloom township, May 17, 1910. In her application for divorce Mrs. Voss charged her husband with cruel and inhuman treatment. Attorney S.S. Smith appeared as counsel for the plaintiff. In addition to obtaining the degree, Mrs. Voss was given the custody of her child.

JONATHAN GORDON DIES. A Former Worthington Resident Passes Away at Home of Sister

Johnathan Gordon, a former resident of Worthington, and a pioneer of this state, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Thos. Sibley, near Bigelow on Sunday morning, at the age of 88 years, 5 months and 12 days.

Mr. Gordon was one of the best known pioneer settlers of this county. He was born in Lyman, Grafton county, New Hampshire, March 4, 1823, and was a son of natives of the same state. In lyman he lived until twenty-five years of age, and then in 1848 he moved to Rockaon [Roscoe??], Winnebago county, Ill. Three years later he located in Allamakee county, Iowa, and in 1854 moved to Olmstead county, Minn., his family becoming the third in that county. He arrived in Nobles county May 28, 1871, and homesteaded in Hersey township. In that precinct and in Worthington. Mr. Gordon has lived for many years.

While a resident of this city Mr. Gordon was prominent in politics, and at different times held many important offices in Nobles county. In 1878 he received the appointment of county commissioner, which office he held for one term. He also served as justice of peace for eight years.

Mr. Gordon was an old soldier, having served with distinction during the civil war.

In July of last year Mr. Gordon moved to Bigelow, and from that time until his death made his home with his sister there.

Mr. Gordon left a family of seven children, five boys and two girls. Charles A. Gordon, of this city, being one of the surviving sons.

Local News Items

Thos. Butte left on Wednesday for Jackson, Minn., where he will visit with friends and relatives until after the holiday season.

The Misses Grake Reinken and Freda Rosenberg left for Rushmore on Wednesday to attend the wedding of their uncle, Mr. Julius Howe, of that village.

T.H. Dryden, after a very pleasant visit at the home of his son, R. Dryden, of this city, lefty on Tuesday morning for his home in Windom. E.E. Dryden, a brother of T.N., and also visiting at the home of R. Dryden, left on the same train for his home in Red Wing, Minn.

John H. Graham visited at the home of his son, C.A. Graham, of this city, on Wednesday. Mr. Graham was enroute from Sherburne, Minn., to his home in Colorado.

John Stonebraker left on Wednesday for his home in Roberts, Ill. Mr. Stonebraker had visited for a few days at the home of his uncle, Mr. L.S. Kenney, who resides three miles east of this city.

Mrs. Jessie Dunn visited with friends in this city on Wednesday of this week. Mrs. Dunn was enroute from Wilmont, Minn., where she had visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Briggs, to her home in Minneapolis.

Robert Voigt arrived from Sioux City on Tuesday. Mr. Voigt will make his home here in the future.

Miss Alive [Alice?] DeVaney returned to her home in Dell Rapids, S.D., on Thursday evening. Miss DeVaney has been visiting at the home of her brothers, William and James, of this city, for the past two weeks.

Wesley Rippberger of White Oak, S.D., has made final proof on his claim, and since Thanksgiving has been visiting friends and relatives here. He has now accepted a position in A.R. Wicks' harness factory at Bigelow, Minn.

Mrs. C.H. Seely, of Westbrook, Minn., visited at the home of her son for the past four or five days.

Mrs. E.A. Carrier, accompanied by her little girl, left on Tuesday for St. Charles, Minn., Mrs. Carrier's husband, who was at one time owner of a barber shop here now owned by C.J. Vernon, on 3rd avenue, is at present located in that city, having recently purchased a pool hall there. Mr. and Mrs. Carrier will make their future home there.

Frank Puerner and Miss Hilda Noren were married at 8 o'clock p.m., Saturday, at the Swedish Lutheran church of this city, Rev. Shipp officiating. Mr. Puerner is passenger brakeman on the Omaha railroad and Miss Noren is one of Worthington's best known young ladies. The happy couple left after the ceremony for St. Paul, in which city they will make their future home.

E. Miller and wife returned to their home in this city on Wednesday, after a short and pleasant visit at the home of their uncle, in Omaha, Nebraska.

Marguerite Bassett, who has been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. R.E. Smith, left for her home in Rushmore on Monday.

J.C. Boddy took the afternoon train on Monday for Rushmore. Mr. Boddy will visit at the home of his son, Mr. Chas. Boddy, while in that village.

Mrs. W.H. Prideaux, who has been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.H. James, of this city, left on Monday for her home in Adrian.

W.E. Blood, of Sioux City, Ia., arrived in Worthington on Monday. Mr. Blood will visit over the holidays at the home of his brother, Oscar Blood.

Ben Sobol, one of the proprietors of the Bargain store, received the sad news the first of the week, of the4 death of his mother, who resides at Malata.

Mrs. R. Prideaux, accompanied by her granddaughter, Miss Barry, of Pierre, S. Dak., left on Monday afternoon for Rushmore. They will visit at the home of Mrs. Prideaux's son while in that village.

On Saturday, Dec. 16th, Clerk of Court Martin issued a license to wed to Mr. F.W. Puerner, of Hennepin county, and Miss Hilda Noren of Nobles county, Mr. Julius H. Howe and Miss Ida Belinda Erlandson, both of Nobles county, also secured license to wed on Monday, Dec. 18th.

Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Wetherall left for Callaway, Nebraska, on Wednesday. They will visit at the home of their daughter in that place until after the New Year. Before returning to their home, Mr. and Mrs. Wetherall may visit Mexico.

LOCAL NEWS

Mrs. F.C. Burkhart, of Omaha, was the guest of Mrs. J.H. James for a few hours on Tuesday.

Mrs. M. Lawrence, after a visit of several weeks at Slayton, Minn., returned to her home in this city on Saturday last.

Frank Brown returned on Tuesday, where he had been visiting with friends and relatives for the past few days.

John Stonebraker will spend a few days at the home of Mr. Lee Kenny. He arrived from his home in Roberts, Ill., on Tuesday.

Junita Parks terminated a pleasant visit at the home of Jas. Montgomery on Tuesday. He left for his home in Chicago the same day.

Mr. and Mrs. Erpelding left with their family on Tuesday for Wilmont. They will visit with friends there during the Christmas holidays.

Miss Nellie Burroughs, who for the past few days has been visiting with friends and relatives in this city, left for her home in Sibley on Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bristow will spend Christmas in this city visiting friends and relatives. They arrived on Tuesday from their home in Merrill, Iowa.

Misses Annie McGee and Mary Fajen visited at the home of Mr. P.J. Martin during the past week. They returned to their home in Brewster on Friday.

Mrs. W.J. Elick returned to her home in Guernsey, Ia., on Tuesday. While in this city Mrs. Elick visited at the home of Mrs. James Chermak and her sister, who resides here.

Albert Gray spent Tuesday in this city attending to business matters. He left on the afternoon train for his home in Bigelow. He was accompanied by his brother, John Gray, also of Bigelow.

B.R. Holley left with his wife and family for Minneapolis on Tuesday. Mr. Holley has resided in this city for the past two years. He leaves to accept a position on the N.P. railroad at Minneapolis.

Married -- At the residence of J.J. Schechter, in Elk township, on Sunday, Dec. 20, the Rev. Charles Hillary officiating, Arthur G. Boles of Marshall county, Iowa, to Miss Esther Nicholson. The groom is one of Marshall county's prosperous farmers and the bride is a stepdaughter of Mr. Schechter. The happy couple left Tuesday morning for their home in Marshall county over the Rock Island.

Local News Items

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Marchus left on Saturday for Eagle Grove, Ia., where they will visit with friends over Christmas.

On Tuesday Carl C. Johnson, of Watonwan county and Miss Ella Mary Langseth, of Nobles county, secured license to wed from Clerk of Court Martin.

Miss Ella Roos, whose home is about six miles from this city, left on Saturday for Luverne. While there Miss Roos will visit at the home of her uncle, Robert Larson.

Miss Maude Ruhberg, of Storden, arrived in this city on Saturday. Miss Ruhberg will visit for a few days with her sister, Miss Metta, who is employed as bookkeeper and stenographer at the Globe office.

Thursday, December 28, 1911

POPULAR TEACHER WEDDED Becomes Bride of Roy M. Jordison On Wednesday, December 27th.

A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Dring, four miles east of this city, on Wednesday last, when their daughter, Miss Golda Mae Dring, became the bride of Mr. Roy M. Jordison. The marriage ceremony was performed at the Methodist Episcopal church in this city by the Rev. Frederick Frederickson. Following the ceremony the young couple were driven to the home of the bride's parents where a wedding dinner was served. C.E. Dring, brother of the bride, Altha Jordison, sister of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Kenney, and the bride's intimate friend Miss Alice Sprouse, were the only guests present.

Miss Golda Dring was one of the best known and popular young ladies in this locality. For some time past she has been teaching school in the district in which she resides and it is understood she will serve out the present term before resigning her position.

The groom is also well known in this locality and has many friends in this and surrounding counties.

The happy couple left on Wednesday for Wisconsin, in which state they will visit for a couple of weeks before returning to Worthington, where they will make their future home. The Globe extends to Mr. and Mrs. Jordison hearty congratulations and best wishes for many long years of a happy wedded life.

MRS L.J. LARSON DIES SUDDENLY
Pioneer Resident of Worthington Passes Away at Home Tuesday Noon. RESIDED HERE TWENTY YEARS
Though in Poor Health for Some Time Past Death Was Unexpected.

Mrs. Bengta Larson died at the home in this city, at Tuesday noon.

The cause of her death was heart failure.

The deceased, Mrs. Larson, was one of the oldest of the pioneer residents of this city, having resided in Worthington for the past twenty years. At the time of her death she was 67 years, 3 months and 13 days of age.

Mrs. Larson was born in Sweden. While still a young woman she moved to this country with her husband and located in Worthington. Her husband was a shoemaker by trade and for many years conducted a shoe repairing establishment in this city. Of late years, though living a more retired and less active life, he still continued to work at his trade at his home on Main St.

The death of Mrs. Larson was sudden and unexpected. Though not in robust health for the past few years, a marked improvement was noticed in her condition of late and at the time of her death she appeared in excellent health and spirits. She was stricken while preparing the noonday meal and died a few minutes later. The family consisted of seven girls and one boy, all of whom survive, and are as follows: Mrs. Ole Swanson and Mrs. P.G. Johnson, both of Worthington, Mrs. Alf Mohlborg, residing four miles south of this city, Mrs. Ed Olson, two miles south of Worthington, Mrs. Nels Anderson, of Kenneth, Mrs. Olaf Anderson, of Kandigohi, Mrs. H.O. Odin, of Estherville, and Mr. John Lawson, student of G.A. College, at St. Peter, Minn.

The funeral services will be held at the Swedish Lutheran church on Sunday, December 31st.

Dr. and Mrs. W.J. Dodge, formerly of this city, but at present of St. Paul, are visiting at the home of the Doctor's sister, Mrs. Harry Hobson.

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS

F.H. Ober was a Christmas visitor at the home of his son, Mr. E.E. Ober in this city.

C.E. Dring arrived recently from Sioux City to spend a week at the ho0me of his parents here.

Arthur Rose and family spent Christmas in this city as the guest of his father, Samuel Rose.

Miss Blanche Moore went to Heron Lake Saturday to spend Christmas with friends and relatives.

Will Brink arrived on Saturday from Windom to spend Christmas at the home of his parents in this city.

Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Bloom spent Christmas visiting at the home of Mr. Bloom's father, in Woodstock, Minn.

Mrs. George Miller, accompanied by her father, left on Monday for Doon, where they will visit for a few days.

Mrs. C.E. Lynde and family left on Saturday for Heron Lake to spend Christmas with family friends and acquaintances.

Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Foelschow left on Saturday for Mankato to spend Christmas with the latter's parents, who reside in that city.

Mrs. J.E. Long, accompany by her children, left for Adrian on Tuesday. While in that village they will visit at the home of D.S. Long.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duster, former residents of Worthington, spent Christmas visiting at the home of Mrs. Duster's mother, Mrs. P. O'Connor.

Mrs. E.E. Ober, accompany by her son and daughter, left on Saturday for Tolono, Ill., to spend Christmas at the home of Mrs. Ober's sister.

Mrs. Wm. Barnard arrived from Little Rock on Saturday. Mrs. Barnard was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.N. Nelson over Christmas.

Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan and family arrived from Minneapolis on Saturday to spend Christmas at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Ryan.

Mrs. C.F. Lufft left during the past week for Mullenville, Kansas, at which place she will visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Veeder, for a month or more.

Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson, accompanied by their family, were the guests of their father-in-law, Mr. L.J. Larson, over Christmas. They left for their home in Kenneth on Tuesday.

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