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DOSHIER, PHILLIPS, POTTS, SIMS, THOMPSON, WILSON
Death Date Tuesday, January 23, 1990
The Mountain Echo, January 31, 1990 Issue: Death claims county centenarian. Services for Maude SIMS, 100, a retired teacher who had been active in community affairs, were at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, at Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with the Rev. Luke Conway officiating. Eastern Star services were at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26 at the Burns Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Mrs. SIMS died Tuesday, Jan. 23, at Bull Shoals Community Hospital. She was born Dec. 8, 1889, at Cowan Barrens south of Yellville, daughter of Jonathan T. and Sarah A. THOMPSON DOSHIER. She married George T. "Tom" SIMS on June 30, 1909. Mr. and Mrs. SIMS lived in Oklahoma for 30 years, where they both taught school, before returning to Ralph in 1953. Mr. SIMS preceded her in death Dec. 11, 1977. Friends and relatives gathered to help her observe her 100th birthday last Dec. 9 at the Marion County Nursing Home. She was a lifetime member of the Order of the Eastern Star, active until two years ago. She was a former member of the Marion County Library Board, the Hospital and Nursing Home Auxiliary, Extension Homemakers Club, and the Women's Club. Mr. and Mrs. SIMS were both active for many years in both the Pleasant Ridge and Cowan cemetery associations. Survivors include a daughter, Reta Mae POTTS of Yellville; a son, Bryan SIMS of Racine, Wis., and a sister, Mrs. Pearl WILSON of Oklahoma City. She also is survived by five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Altus DOSHIER, Bill DOSHIER, Clyde DOSHIER, Verl DOSHIER, Ron PHILLIPS and Albert DOSHIER. Burns Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Death Date Wednesday, February 7, 1990
A February 1990 Issue of some California newspaper (specific one is uncertain): James DAVIS. James L. DAVIS died Wednesday at Natividad Medical Center after a lengthy illness. He was 39. A native of Portland, Ore., Mr. DAVIS lived in Salinas for three years. Mr. DAVIS is survived by his parents, Marie and James DAVIS of Corning; two sisters, Louise KLOSKEY of Milwaukee, Wis. and Lisa DAVIS of Corning; two brothers, Robert DAVIS of Yakima, Wash. and Jackson DAVIS of Salem, Ore.; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Healey Mortuary. Private cremation was held under the direction of the Healey Mortuary. Memorials may be made to the Alcoholics Anonymous, 922 N. Sanborn Road. [James Lee DAVIS died February 7, 1990.]
BLANKENSHIP, CLARK, COATS, GRIDER, KECKLER, LEE, LOGAN, MOGLE, NORRIS, YELLVILLE
Death Date Friday, March 9, 1990
The Mountain Echo, March 14, 1990 Issue: Mildred CLARK LOGAN, 74, of Yellville. Services for Mildred CLARK LOGAN, 74, of Yellville, were at 2 p.m. Monday, March 12, at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with The Rev. Luke Conway officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Mrs. Logan, a member of the Yellville Methodist Church, died Friday, March 9, at the Baxter County Regional Hospital at Mountain Home. She was born May 25, 1915, at Merkel, Texas, daughter of Ben F. and Wilmuth C. COATS CLARK. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Henry A. LOGAN of Yellville; three daughters, Bennie D. KECKLER of Greenville, Texas, Mary LEE of Anchorage, Alaska, and Janet LOGAN of YELLVILLE; two sons, Bill LOGAN and Jere KECKLER of Greenville, Texas; and a sister Joyce CLARK NORRIS of Fort Worth. She also is survived by five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Pallbearers were Jere KECKLER, Ben KECKLER, Brian MOGLE, Carl Lee BLANKENSHIP Jr., John BLANKENSHIP, and Erwin GRIDER. Burns Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
BAKER, HOLT, HOWARD, JONES, KILLEBREW, LONG, LOVEL, MARKLE, MEARS, SHOCKEY, SMITH, VICKERS, WOOD
Death Date Friday, March 9, 1990
The Mountain Echo, March 14, 1990 Issue: Mary Lucinda MEARS, 85, of Yellville. Services for Mary Lucinda MEARS, 85, of Yellville, were at 2 p.m. Monday, March 12, at the Burns Funeral Home Chapel with John Dillard officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Mrs. MEARS died Friday, March 9, at the Bull Shoals Community Hospital. She was born March 7, 1905, at Rush, daughter of Tom and Miriam LOVEL VICKERS. She had lived in Marion County all her life. Survivors include four daughters, Hazel SMITH of Yellville, Ellen MARKLE of Tieton, Wash., Nadine HOWARD of Wichita, Kans., and Sue WOOD of Wichita; and a sister, Lona JONES of Bentonville. She also is survived by 15 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren, and 11 step-grandchildren. Her husband, two sons, three sisters and four brothers preceded her in death. Pallbearers were Bill BAKER, Orville SHOCKEY, Wayne SHOCKEY, Junior KILLEBREW, John LONG, and Heath HOLT. Burns Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
JOHNSON, MATLOCK, MILLER
Death Date Sunday, November 18, 1990
The Sentinel-Record, Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas, November 19, 1990 Issue: Troy J. MILLER. Troy J. MILLER, 83, of Hot Springs, died Sunday, Nov. 18, in a local hospital. He was retired from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and a World War II veteran. Survivors include his wife, Ruth MATLOCK MILLER of Hot Springs; one cousin, Roy JOHNSON of Hot Springs; and several nieces and nephews. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced late by Caruth Funeral Home. Visitation will begin at 6 p.m. today at Caruth Funeral Home. [Also] The Sentinel-Record, November 20, 1990 Issue: Graveside services for Troy Lester MILLER, 83, of Hot Springs, who died Sunday, Nov. 18, will be at 2 p.m. today at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery in Yellville with the Rev. Doyle Davenport officiating. Local arrangements are under the direction of Caruth Funeral Home.
BATES, BOLES, KNIGHT, PHILLIPS, RIPPETOE
Death Date Saturday, December 8, 1990
Boone County Headlight, December 13, 1990 Issue: Howard RIPPETOE, 82, of Harrison. Howard RIPPETOE, aged 82, of Harrison died Saturday, Dec. 8 at Harrison Nursing Center. He was born March 15, 1908 at Putnam County, Tenn., a son of David Russell and Bettie RIPPETOE. He was a farmer and a railroad worker for Tennessee Central Railroad. He moved from Tennessee to Boone County 30 years ago. He is survived by two sons, Charles Ray RIPPETOE of Nashville, Tenn., and William Edward RIPPETOE of Mt. Juliet, Tenn., three daughters, Frances F. BATES of Indianapolis, Ind., Patricia BOLES of Cookesville, Tenn. And Brenda PHILLIPS of Monterey, Tenn.; a half-sister, Frances KNIGHT; 13 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, a sister and a grandson. Graveside services were Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 10 a.m. at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery at Yellville with Rev. T. G. Morrow officiating. Burial was under the direction of Christeson Funeral Home. Friends were pallbearers.
BOYD, DOSHIER, HUDSON, RICHARDSON, RISLEY, STUBBS
Death Date Sunday, December 30, 1990
The Mountain Echo, January 9, 1991 Issue: Eddie Joe STUBBS, 36, of Yellville. Eddie Joe STUBBS, 36, of Yellville died Dec. 30 at University Hospital in Little Rock. He was a self-employed tile setter. Born Dec. 4, 1954 at Wichita, Kans., he was the son of Helen Jo (HUDSON) and Ned STUBBS. They survive him. Other survivors include his grandparents, Jewell and Dorothy HUDSON of Yellville and several aunts and uncles. Services were held Jan. 3 at Burns Funeral Home Chapel, with Stan Newton officiating. Pallbearers were James T. HUDSON, Mark RISLEY, Verl DOSHIER, Gerald RICHARDSON, Walter BOYD, Karldon HUDSON, Larry HUDSON and Donald HUDSON. Honorary pallbearers were Dane HUDSON and Tony HUDSON. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery under direction of Burns Funeral Home.
ADKINS, ESLER, KNOTTS, TOOLEY
Death Date Thursday, February 14, 1991
The Mountain Echo, February 21, 1991 Issue: Dallas ADKINS, 64 of Yellville. Dallas ADKINS, 64 or Yellville died Feb. 14 at his residence. He was a retired shipping clerk with Marion County Shirt Company. He was born Nov. 28, 1926, the son of Anna (ESLER) and Millard ADKINS. He married Ellen TOOLEY on Nov. 26, 1970. She survives him. Other survivors include two sons, David ADKINS of Yellville and Terry ADKINS of Sarasota, Fla., a sister, Myra KNOTTS of Bradenton, Fla., a brother, Millard ADKINS Jr. of Huntington Beach, W.V. and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Feb. 17 at the New Hope Baptist Church with the Rev. Joe Hudson officiating. Burial was private. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.
BIRDWELL, HUMPHREY, JONES, LAFFOON, WOOD
Death Date Tuesday, March 5, 1991
The Mountain Echo, March 14, 1991 Issue: Angie Angeline JONES, 95, of Yellville. Angie Angeline JONES, 95, of Yellville died March 5 at her residence. She was a homemaker and a native of the area. Born at Buffalo on Nov. 13, 1895, she was the daughter of Syntha Jane (WOOD) and William P. LAFFOON. She married Andrew Jackson JONES on April 6, 1913. He preceded her in death. Survivors include two daughters, Daisy BIRDWELL of Cotter and Irene HUMPHREY of Flippin, and four sons, Hester, Robert, Louis and Jerry JONES, all of Yellville. Services were held March 8 at Burns Funeral Home Chapel, with Bro. Doyle Davenport officiating. Pallbearers and honorary pallbearers were Mrs. JONES grandsons. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.
BIRRER, BURROW, CALLAHAN, CARSON, DOSHIER, HUMPHREY, MELTON, MILLIGAN, SMITH, WILLIAMS
Death Date Thursday, March 7, 1991
The Mountain Echo, March 14, 1991 Issue: Beulah Rose WILLIAMS, 79, of Yellville. Beulah Rose WILLIAMS, 79, of Yellville died March 7 at Baxter County Regional Hospital. She was a homemaker and a native of the area. Born Sept. 1, 1911, at Yellville, she was the daughter of Virginia (CARSON) and Harvey CALLAHAN. She is survived by a daughter Billie WILLIAMS of Mountain Home, A sister, Ruby SMITH of Yellville, a brother, James CALLAHAN of Little Rock, several nieces and nephews and a special friend, J. R. HUMPHREY of Los Angeles, Calif. She was a member of the Assembly of God Church. Services were held March 9 at the Pleasant Ridge Church in Yellville, with the Rev. Lyndale Harberson officiating. Pallbearers were Fred BURROW, Danny MELTON, Jim MILLIGAN, Larry CALLAHAN, Verl DOSHIER and Johnny BIRRER. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery under the direction of Kirby & Family.
BURROW, JOHNSON, MITCHELL, RIPPSTEIN, SASSER, WELCH
Death Date Friday, March 8, 1991
The Baxter Bulletin, A March 1991 Issue: Services held Monday for Melvin K. MITCHELL. Melvin Konrad MITCHELL, 87, of Yellville died Friday (March 8, 1991) at Baxter County Regional Hospital. Services were Monday at 2 p.m. at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with the Rev. Earl Cook officiating. Visitation was Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Burns Funeral Home, and burial was at the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Mr. MITCHELL was born Feb. 21, 1904, at Martha, Okla., and was a retired farmer. Formerly of Dickens, Texas, he had been a 60-year resident of Marion County. He was preceded in death by both parents, James H. and Annie Frances RIPPSTEIN MITCHELL, his brothers, Forrest, Merritt, Elbert and Robert, and one sister, Ruth Welch. He is survived by a sister, Velma JOHNSON of Yellville; a brother, Bert MITCHELL of Yellville; and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Edward WELCH, Johnny WELCH, Freddy WELCH, Jim WELCH, Joe SASSER and Fred BURROW.
BACKES, BONIN, ELLIS, GIBSON, HILL, WALKER, WOOD
Death Date Sunday, March 10, 1991
The Baxter Bulletin, a March 1991 Issue: Services held Thursday for Johnny ELLIS, 29. Johnny ELLIS, 29, of Conroe, Texas, died Sunday (March 10, 1991) at Hot Springs. Mr. Ellis is survived by his wife, Judy Ann WALKER ELLIS of Hot Springs; one daughter, Jennifer Ann ELLIS of Yellville; three stepsons, Ronnie, Curtis, and Michael all of Hot Springs; his parents, Johnnie ELLIS and Fay GIBSON ELLIS of Yellville; three sisters, Pam of Kentucky, and Stella and Shirley both of Springfield, Mo.; three brothers, Joe Ellis of Texas, Gerald and Matthew Ellis of Yellville; four stepsisters, Rhonda of Pyatt, Renee of Yellville, Bobbie of Illinois, and Donna of Louisiana. Mr. ELLIS was born on Jan. 27, 1962, at Conroe, Texas and was a self-employed mechanic. Services were Thursday at Burns Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Alvin A. Wilson officiating. Visitation was Wednesday at Burns Funeral Home, and burial was at the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gerald WOOD, Robert BONIN, Allan BONIN, Craig BACKES and Ronnie HILL.
AHRENS, BOSWELL, BURRIS, BURROW, CALLAHAN, DOSHIER, HALL, HUDSPETH, HUSDPETH, JONES, KEETER, KING, OTT, SHARP, SMITH
Death Date Saturday, March 16, 1991
The Baxter Bulletin, A March 1991 Issue: Donna OTT, 91, of Yellville died Saturday. Donna OTT, 91, of Yellville died Saturday (March 16, 1991) at the Marion County Nursing Home. Mrs. OTT was a homemaker and lifetime Marion County resident. She was born at Yellville on Dec. 15, 1899, to Alfred and Huldah CALLAHAN KEETER and was a member of the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, Garland W. "Heavy" OTT of Yellville; one daughter, Lella Lee BOSWELL of Indian Shores, Fla.; two sons, G. D. HUSDPETH of Yellville and L. D. HUDSPETH of Dixon, Mo.; 11 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; and two great-stepgrandchildren. Services were Monday at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with the Rev. Luke Conway officiating. Visitation was Sunday at Burns Funeral Home and burial was at the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dennis HUDSPETH, John HUDSPETH, David BURRIS, Dwayne BURRIS, Rodney SHARP, Donnie SHARP, Jackie DOSHIER and Jamie SHARP. Honorary pallbearers were Burl KING, Elton KEETER, J. C. HALL, Norman SMITH, Walter BURROW, Hester JONES, Dr. Robert AHRENS and Dr. Richard AHRENS.
ARNOLD, BURROW, CLIFT, DOBBS, KEITH, MAGGIE, MOREAU, SMITH
Death Date Sunday, April 14, 1991
The Mountain Echo, April 15, 1991 Issue: James R. ARNOLD, 60, of Yellville. James Richard Arnold, 60, of Yellville died April 14 in Baxter County. He was a foundry worker with a caterpillar and tractor company. Born Feb. 23, 1931, he was the son of Elta (MAGGIE) and Bernard ARNOLD Sr. He married Marilyn KEITH on July 11, 1956. She survives him. Other survivors are his father of Pekin, Ill., a son, James Richard ARNOLD Jr. of Flippin, three sisters, Margie of Treemount, Ill., Margo SMITH of Germany and Viola DOBBS of Oklahoma City, Okla., two brothers, Bernard ARNOLD Jr. of Peoria, Ill. and Mike ARNOLD of Danville, Ill. and three grandchildren. Mr. ARNOLD was a veteran of the Army during the Korean War. Services were held April 19 at Burns Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. James Foster officiating. Pallbearers were Fred BURROW, Al SMITH, Jimmy SMITH, Danny DOBBS, Kel CLIFT and Billy MOREAU. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery
ARNOLD, BURROW, CASPER, CLIFT, DOBBS, KEITH, MOREAU, SMITH
Death Date Saturday, April 20, 1991
The Mountain Echo, April 25, 1991 Issue: Marilyn Joyce ARNOLD, 51, of Yellville. Marilyn Joyce ARNOLD, 51, of Yellville died April 20. Born June 15, 1939, she was the daughter of Marjorie CASPER and Duwayne KEITH. She married James Richard ARNOLD on July 11, 1956. He preceded her in death. Survivors include her parents of Peking, Ill., a son, James Richard ARNOLD Jr. of Flippin and three grandchildren. Services were held April 22 at Burns Funeral Home Chapel, with Bro. James Foster officiating. Pallbearers were Fred BURROW, Al SMITH, Jimmy SMITH, Danny DOBBS, Kel CLIFT and Billy MOREAU. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery at Yellville.
AHRENS, BALDRIDGE, BURNS, CALLAHAN, HALL, JOHNSON, KEETER, KING, MEARS
Death Date Tuesday, April 23, 1991
The Baxter Bulletin, April 1991: Services today for Bernice BALDRIDGE, 68. Bernice BALDRIDGE, 68, of Yellville died Tuesday (April 23, 1991) at Baxter County Regional Hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at the Main Street Church of Christ with Bro. Earl Cook officiating. Visitation was Wednesday at Burns Funeral Home, and burial will be at the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Mrs. BALDRIDGE was born on Jan. 30, 1923, in Marion County and was a lifetime Marion County resident. She was a housewife and member of the Main Street Church of Christ. She was preceded in death by both parents, Wilburn Doc and Floria MEARS HALL. Survivors include her husband, Eddie BALDRIDGE of Yellville; three sons, Larry BALDRIDGE of Murrieta, Calif., and Terry and David BALDRIDGE of Yellville; a sister, Abbie Jane CALLAHAN of Wichita, Kans.; a brother, Verl HALL of Roseville, Calif.; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers are Burl KING, Karl KING, Lester BURNS, Bill KEETER, Cecil MEARS and Mack JOHNSON. Honorary pallbearers are Dr. Robert AHRENS, Dr. Richard AHRENS, Ewell MEARS, Everett HALL, Alfred HALL and Edgar HALL.
ALLEN, CARTER, CASTEEL, CHEEVER, CORONA, DEMARIA, HARNESS, HUDSON, LEWIS, LONG, LYNCH, PLY, SETZER, STILL, WAGONER, WYRICK
Death Date Wednesday, April 24, 1991
The Baxter Bulletin, An April 1991 Issue: Funeral held for Sam SETZER, 68, of Summit. Sam SETZER of Summit died Wednesday (April 24, 1991) at Bull Shoals Community Hospital. He was 68. Mr. SETZER was born April 26, 1922, at Rush, the son of Harvey A. and Roke Belle SETZER. He was a life-long resident of Marion County. He was a drywaller. Also, he was a member of the Summit Baptist Church and a veteran of World War II. Mr. SETZER was preceded in death by his wife, Vivian; one daughter, one son, his parents, one sister and three brothers. He is survived by three daughters, Linda CASTEEL of Summit, Brenda CARTER of Valley Springs and Paula WYRICK of Omaha, Ark.; one son John SETZER of Mountain Home; three sisters, Martha DEMARIA of Harrison, Betty CORONA of Summit and Rose HARNESS of Yakima, Wash.; three brothers, Hoyt SETZER of Kennewick, Wash., Bill SETZER of Fort Jones, Calif., and Carl SETZER of Sacramento, Calif., six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services were Friday at Burns Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Lee Bowers and the Rev. S. D. Hacker officiating. Serving as pallbearers were Ed LYNCH, E. G. PLY, Eugene LEWIS, Elwrard STILL, Huey LONG and Charles ALLEN. Honorary pallbearers were Clyde CHEEVER, Tom HUDSON, Gene ALLEN and Kirby WAGONER. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.
BOWERS, BURROW, FIELD, GILLEY, HODGE, LANNING, MARSHALL, MELTON, METHVIN, TERRY
Death Date Sunday, May 5, 1991
The Mountain Echo, May 9, 1991 Issue: Mason BURROW, 86, of Yellville. Mason BURROW, 86, of Yellville died May 5 at Baxter County Regional Hospital. He was a farmer and native of the area. Born May 10, 1904, at Yellville, he was the son of Alice (BOWERS) and Frank BURROW. He married Myrtle MELTON on Sept. 10, 1935. She survives him. Other survivors are three daughters, Faye MARSHALL of Summit, Marie HODGE of Yellville and Syble TERRY of Midway, a son Carl BURROW of Yakima, Wash., three brothers, Floyd and Walter BURROW, both of Yellville, and Graden BURROW of Yakima, Wash., 15 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren and a great great grandchild. Services were held May 8 at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church, with the Revs. Lee Bowers and Luke Conway officiating. Pallbearers were Jim LANNING, Greg MARSHALL, Gary MARSHALL, Shane TERRY, Danny GILLEY and Robbie TERRY. Honorary pallbearers were Carl Wayne BURROW, Darrell BURROW, Duane METHVIN and Thomas FIELD.
JAMES, MAHAN, OTT, WITSON
Death Date Thursday, May 16, 1991
The Baxter Bulletin, A May 1991 Issue: Edith OTT services held Saturday at Yellville. Services for Edith OTT of Yellville were held Saturday at Burns Funeral Home Chapel at Yellville with the Rev. Tim Cypert and Dr. Wayne James officiating. Mrs. OTT died Thursday (May 16, 1991) at Baxter County Regional Hospital. She was 79. A lifetime resident of Marion County, Mrs. OTT was born Nov. 18, 1911, at Cowan Barrens, a daughter of the late Ed and Lou WITSON JAMES. She and Virgil OTT Sr. were married Nov. 12, 1928. She is survived by her husband, Virgil OTT Sr. of the home; two sons, Virgil OTT Jr. of Bryant and Bobby Joe OTT of Yellville; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and one granddaughter. Burial was at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery with Brook MAHAN, Rick MAHAN, Benji MAHAN, Tad OTT, Ty OTT and Tray OTT serving as pallbearers. Visitation was held Friday at Burns Funeral Home. Mrs. OTT was a member of the Yellville First Baptist Church.
FASON, JOHNSON, NEUBAUER, ROMINES, WOOD
Death Date Monday, June 24, 1991
The Mountain Echo, July 4, 1991 Issue: Joseph D. JOHNSON, 57 of Harrison. Joseph D. JOHNSON, 57, of Harrison died June 24 at North Arkansas Medical Center. He was a carpenter. Born at Aberdeen, Miss. On June 30, 1933, he was the son of Lou Seathers (FASON) and Joseph Franklin JOHNSON. He is survived by three daughters, Pamela WOOD of Harrison, Beverly ROMINES of Bedford, Texas, and Layunna NEUBAUER of Biloxi, Miss., and a son Marion J. JOHNSON of California. Graveside services were held June 27 at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, with Sister Betty Lyerly officiating.
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