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!('ff" i t ' " I* r ', /7 ? /,K'?;-- ^ r • ' i ' i^^MMMMMMeaiMMifcMiMtiMMM^^ftuMMiMMMM^^ Cr C Letu Mrs. Sid Henry Telephone 821 Let us put by some hour of every day For holy tilings!—whether it be when dawn Peers through the window pane, or when the noon Flames, like a burnished topaz, In the vault, Or when the thrush pours In the car of eve Its plaintive melody;—some little hour .... From sordiclncss and self a sanctuary, Swept like the winnowing'of unseen wings, And touched by the White Light beautiful.—Selected. Mrs. David Davis has as house fiucsts, Miss Florence Wciscgcr and Miss Connie Smith of Oklahoma City. At a previous meeting of the Future Home Makers Club of Hope High School, held at the Home EC. cottage the officers were elected at follows: vice president, Enola Alexander; treasurer, Lynn Bayless. The president, t'ara Lou Ledbctter and secretary, Mclha Akins having been elected at the last meeting in the spring. The First formal meeting was held November 21 at Home EC cottage with Miss Ruth Taylor as sponsor. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Sara Lou Ledbctter, r> with nine old members and 41 new .members responding to the ro|l call. The theme for the program was "Thanksgiving." The Feast of Harvest Home was discussed by Miss Great Tribulation Is Revival Theme Rev. Bert Webb Preaches Thursday Night Prom The Truth About Diet TONS OF FOOD EATEN IN LIFE Luke 21 '34 ' 1c SALE 1o on DRESSES THE GIFT SHOP (Airs. T. P. Holland CHAPPED LIPS To quickly r el lev* chapping, roughness, /cracking, .i|i|ily Boothing cooling Mentholahim. .COMFORT Dally Have you tried Ihe MEW MENTHOUTUM LIQUID for hend cold* ? I.lkc Menfhotatum oinlraenl II bring* ftoolhinj} comfort ner. "What We Future Home Makei-s Have to Be Thankful For," was the subject of Miss Mary Urban's paper. During the business meeting instructions wore given for the initiation of the new members. Following a report from the parliamentarian, Miss Martha Ann Singleton, the meeting adjourned. Among the outVof-lown relatives attending the funeral of the Into Mrs, J. L. Higgason from the family residence at Rocky Mound on Thursday were Grady Higgason of Dallas, Texas; Merrill Higgason of Sulphur Springs, Texas; E. L. Butler of Texarkano; Miss Elva Higgason of Idabel, Okla.; Joe Boswell of Prescott, and Miss Geneva Higgason of Ouachita college, Arkadelphia. Mrs. J. L. Reed of Chicago, III., arrived Friday for an extended visit with Mrs. Sid Henry and the Jamisons. Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Allison have returned from Conway, where they were called to attend the bedside of Dr. Allison's father, who has been very ill, but is reported as being slightly improved. \ Mrs. R. M. LaGrone and Mrs. U. T. ] White have returned from Hot j Cprings, where they wont as delegates from the Pat Cleburnc chapter, to the General convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, which will close a four days session in that city on Friday. The Clara Lowthorp chapter C. of C. held its November meeting on Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss Mary Delia White on South Main street, with Miss Evelyn Briant as joint hostess. The meeting was called (o order by the president, Miss Evelyn Briant and following the regular opening, a short business period was held afler which the following program was rendered: "Captains Courageous," was Ihe litlo of an interesting article given by Miss Lynn Bayless, Miss Mary Cornelia Holloway gave a sketch of the life of Pat Cleburnc. Miss Martha Ann Singleton closed the program with a "Confederate Catechism." During the social hour the hostesses served toasted rolled sandwiches and hot tea to 24 members. E N D GINGER ROGERS —in— "In Person" Pope.vo Cartoon—News Novelty "Fighting Fish" Great Tribulation." His text was Luke 21:34, "Take heed to yourselves, lest at any time your ,and drunkenness, and cares of this , life, and so that day come upon you unawares," j The Rev. Mr. Webb said; 1 "This verso is outstanding in that lit is applicable to this hour in which | we live. "Watch ye, therefore, and | pray that ye may be accounted wor- jlhy to escape all these (lungs that (shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.' 'Be careful that you be not overcharged with—the care of this life.' It would be unnecessary 'for me to admonish you not to drink , whisky, as doubtless few if any of you do, but many are overcharged wilh'the cores of this life, everyday things that take your time until you do not have time to serve the Lord. The result of kiting the cares of this life over come you is that the coming of Christ is going to come upon you as a snare. ! "What is the great Tribulation? In j ,onc place the scripture says it shall be a time of trouble such as the world has never seen. ArtoJlicr f|ripture rays that it. will be a lime of Jacob's trouble. The Jews will especially ]havc trouble during the tribulation ; period, but il will effect everybody i on the face of Ihe earth. It seems thai God's mercy has ben holding jbnck His judgment. The Great Trib{illation is a time of unparalleled judg- I ment of God poured out upon Ihe j world. Some Ihink that the Rapture, or the catching away of the church. j will take place at the beginning of the Tribulation, others that it will lake place in the middle of the seven year period, and still others that it will not lake place until the end. I believe that in the light of Luke 21:3fi the rapture will take place at the bc- pinnintj of Ihe Tribulation period and that the real Christians out of every i church will be taken up to meet Ihe Lord. I do not mean Ihe lukewarm, half hearted professing church mem- j bcrs. but those who know the Lord. "The thoughl uppermost in my mind ! tonight is that you might turn to God and lhal you will bo able to escape these things that are coming upon the world. I believe that whcn the. ; Godly people who are praying that God's mercy be extended are taken out of the world, God's judgments will (begin to fall. Someone says whcn the rapture takes place I will turn to God. By DR. MORRIS FlSHMtN . Editor, Journal of the American Medical Association, and of f tygela, the Health Magazine In his 70 years of life, a person will consume 1400 times his body weight: more than 200,000 pounds of material. The amount of food that he ats in that time includes 6000 loaves of brend three oxen, four calves, eight hogs, four sheep, 300 chickens, 75 geese, I and 100 pigeoris. If, he does not eat' pigeons, he makes up liis meat re* quircment with something else. Today's Health Question Q.—Why ere some people short and others tall? How can 1 irt- crease my height? A.—Apparently the site oif most people is governed by their hcrid» ity, People who come from tall families are likely to be tall, and vice versa. The factors whl<;h regulate growth are in the glands, and the glands are part of the constitution that is inherited at birth. Certain diseases, however, interfere with growth of the long bones. Rickets does this. Use of vitamin D preparations, and plenty of calcium and phosphorus will overcome rickets. Southern League Is Raised to M Salaiy Limit Increased to $4,600—Player Limit Is Put at 17 A hippopotamus killed,in the water sliikd to the bottom for several houfs. It &en t-lses with a rush, like 6 submerged cork. The ^indOft, j——_.; milw cldscr to the eaflh CT times. !t does not trSv&lfc feet circle around the. The amount of 1140 to 150 pounds has 66 pounds °f fish taken will in- muscle; 29:2. pounds of internal or- cludo 2000 large gnns; 27.2 pounds of skin and fat Plslilirln fich, 3000 sardines, flounders, and herring. He will cat about 9000 pounds of potatoes, 12,000 pounds of other vegetables, 14,000 pounds of fruit and drink 6000 quarts of milk. If he is German, he will probably include 15,000 quarts of beer. He will take in also 12,000 quarts of coffee, 1000 pounds of .salt, 5000 eggs, 8000 pcunds of sugar, 2000 pounds of cheese, 10,000 quarts of water, and a lot of smaller delicacies. ; This is a tremendous amount of food nnd untriment. It is merely an illustration of the inexhaustible operations that go on constantly in the human body. The average man who weighs from under the skin; 26.18 pounds of bones; and 3.3 pounds of brain. But we should not consider living tissue in terms of special organs. Living tissue consists essentially of water, proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and mineral salts. On this basis, the body will contain 99 pounds of water, 30.8 pounds of protein, 15.4 pounds of fat, 7.7 pounds of minerals, and 1.5 pounds of carbody- drates, • • The body cells are constantly being broken down and rebuilt to keep the human being in a Uving and healthful state.' Food must be taken to repair this wastage, as well as for the energy that the human being will use. Weekly Sunday School Lesson IIAGGAI AND ZECHARIAH Text: Haggai 1:2-8; 2:8-9; Zcchariah 4:6-10 The International Uniform Siuulay School Lesson for November 24 Ry WM. E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of Advance In the latter part of the Old Testament are some little books of prophecies, each consisting only of a few chapters and apt to be neglected because of their smallness. These contain, nevertheless, religious and social messages of utmost importance. Two of these, Haggai and Zechariah, form the basis of our lesson. These prophecies belong to the age of the exiles' return from Babylon—Haggai Mrs. K. O. McRac, Mrs. Dorscy Mc- i'f you do not turn to God now. when in the days of the immediate return Rae and Miss Anne Allen all officers you have Godly people around to help! and ^Zechariah, probably born in in the Ouachita Prosbytorial attended i you pray, what will you do when they j Babylon and among the returned cx- a board meeting in Texarkana on ! a rc taken away and you have no one Wednesday. to help you. . OlJIe- Sendcfur; district -avpor- of women's work accompanied hy Mrs. Sue S: Wilson, made a business visit to Nashville, Center Point, Dierks and Ozan on Thursday. Mrs. T. A. Turner and Mrs. J. L. Green have returned from'Little Rock where they attended the GOth annual scssicn of the Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. "When God starts things, He winds them up in a hurry. Five years ago people hooted at the prophecy in Isaiah and Jeremiah which tells of Ihe return of the Jews to Palestine, but in this short time thousands of Jews have gone to Palestine, the desert places are beginning to blossom as a iles, but younger at the time of the return and succeeding Haggai some years later. Despite the.people^.niission of.hopg, the process oi\ rebuilding .'the 'city and temple was very slow: The people were hindered in their work, nnd then stopped by the opposition of (he Samaritans. After a delay of 15 years they were SATURDAY ANOTHER— "Swell" Double Show for. A W IIUCKCl -arts,nil S^STEELE SMOKED SMITH No. 8 "T ARJZ AN" LEE TRACY—in— SUN. MON. & TUES. Birthday Dinner for Mrs. W. H. Harris, 85 A birthday dinner given on November 10 at Mr. nntl Mrs, Thurrnan Lewis' on Hops Route 5 for Grund- irolher Harris and little; great granddaughter, Athna Ann Lewis, was cn- loycd by a largo crowd. Il being Grandmother Harris' eighty-third (83) birthday, and Athena Ann Lewis' first. Tilt-re were 83 candles for Mrs. Har- his' cake and she blew them all out lit third effort. Here's hoping .she vill enjoy many more events like this. She i.-i known thrnii'ihnut Hempstead vjunty as Mrs. W. H. Harris. , ,, i . ,. .11 ^llicj <» UVAUJ Wl A*/ jvni.* HHiJ wfc-i^ ''ose, and the country* alive with jn haf]1 discouragcd sUuationi whcn - Hagg . a arouse(1 thcm by hjs prophctic appeals. He strikes at once at the crucial weakness in their plans of rebuilding. They were more concerned about building for themselves than about centering their life in religious devotion. To build good houses for |ai'ainst those who didn't line up wilh { themselves had seemed more impor- | the NRA program and use the blue tant than rebuilding the House of God .carle 1 . I as the symbol and place of worship. ' Friday night Mr. Henry will tell his! Too often, perhaps, a contrasted sit{ life rlory. He has had some remark- i uation has been manifest. One thinks able experiences that will be very in- j of old world cities .where rich and terestiiit. beautiful churches and cathedrals aclivicy. It ought to stir you up tonight "Rev. 13:11-18 lolls of the mark of I the beast that people will be required to have in order to buy or sell during Ihe Tribulation period. Public opinion will be against the unpatriotic who do not take Ihe Mark of the Beast i in a much greater degree than it was Funday night the Rev. Mr. Webb | overshadow 'hovels and slums unfit 'will preach on the subject "God's J for human habitation, . and one' con- Starvation Committee." .templates the failure and the lack of A colony of bats in a cave near San Antonio, Texas, devours approximately GOO tons of livo insects annually. opens ai prices in nine cities. - , i > ° templates the failure and the lack of power of religion whcn it has not redeemed and purified cities and set the. people in ways of cleanly and noble living. Nevertheless, civilization fails whcn ., ? WM !! 8h scr . vnn «» .f il , il1 the table t devotion has no place in the life of a people. It is in the purification of while Ihe master of the house and his Siilvc-Nose Drops chocks COLDS and FEVER Hist day Headaches in .10 minutes j family wait on thcm on Christmas Eve. Any plane can be .stalled by claimb- iiifj at an angle tco grate for the horse-- ' . m( j j n church. religion, so its power and its motives may be effective, that there is the hope of building truly alike in state • power of it.s motor. is customary for pilots to Haggai saw that if a people were to live upon a high plane, their vision must be lifted to to higher things, preach landing fields at right anylcs Where a people has no passion for to the direction cf the wind. j something higher than abundance of ~", ~TTt^"—~— 'possessions, and comfort, and pleas- oil from-the Salmon canning in-| urC| it will not be long until these T O L-E-T E X OIL COMPANY Tractor Fuels and Luhv Oils. Anything for Your Car. Phone 370 Day aml Nlghl clustry than can be found in cod-liver oil. it is said. AGE'S MARKET 112 East Third Street Phone 348 WE DELIVER Hope, Ark. Baby Beef ROAST, Ib Veal Steaks Loin, Club, T-Btnc, Ib Pork Shoulder ROAST, Ib Mixed Ib SAUSAGE .. Sliced Rindless BACON, Ib Pork, Lean CHOPS, Ib Branded K.C. STEAKS, Ib FRYERS Pound 15 3 /4' 31%' 19 3 /4' 27 21 Country SAUSAGE, Ib Sliced Cured H AM—Ib Head Ib C H E E S E... POT Ib ROAST Buffalo F I S H—Ib Picnic HAMS—Ib ... Boneless CAT FISH, Ib Chitterlings Pound 19%' 27 n 14 3 /4' 12 Thanksgiving Qrjers Now. Blue Ribbon It Sure Is Good and It's Baked Fresh Daily It's Here ! ! FRUIT CAKE 75c Chuck Full of Fruit and Nuts and DON'T Forget to Order Our DELICIOUS CAKES TEMPTING PIES TASTY PASTRY CITY BAKERY Home of BLUE H1BBON Bread A HOPE INSTITUTION tliinfis defeat themselves. So Haggai stirred uj) the people with a now zeal. Ho brought them the message concerning a world which ! was not the world belonging to the ! devil or Ihu world belonging to lust and greed; it was a world that belonB- 1 od to God and a world that could find it.s right uses only as the godly accepted its wealth and resources for noble ends. Zechariah took up the work where Haggai ended. His visions were effective for his day, and they offer a muMiuge for ourselves. "The man with the measuring line" has become a symbol. What would be fine if he went forth to measure American cities as lie measured Jerusalem? Ohio—(/P)—Voting the Southern association and the Texas League Class A-l ratings, the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues Thursday gave them an edge pVef the Western and New York-Perm Leagues, which arc rated Class A. The new rating will give the two leagues a better draft price, increase the'salary limit from ?4,250 to $4,600 and increase the player limit from 16 to 17. The application for the increased rating was presented by Fay Murray, president of the Nashville club in the Southern and J. Alvin Gardner, president of the Texas League. All of the proposed amendments transferring many duties from the executive committee of the National association to President W. G. Bramham of Durham, were passed. Judge Bramham's salary was increased from $8,500 to $12,500 a year. D, B. Russell ELL MEAT MARKI dSl MIXED SAUSAGE STEAK F< """» rtw SLICED BACON Pound I Pound I 4 Pouhd IP FRESH EGGS-—'Dozen „ ^^.'//i L I V E R—Pound „.,„.'. C H 1 L I—Pound , BRAIN S-^Ppund PORK LINK S—Pound , DRESSED HfiNS—Pound 20l DRESSED FRIER S—Pound ,,„ FIRST METHODIST Fred R. Harrison, Pastor Sunday is a very important day in the plans and program of First Meth- cdist church for the new conference year of 1935-36. It is the last day of the financial year of 1934-35, and all members are urged by the Finance Committee to pay in full for last year. The other item of importance pertaining to the finances is that every member is requested to be present at either Sunday school or the morning preaching service and to sign a pledge card at this time. Pledge cards have been mailed to the membership which arc to be returned Sunday morning. Pledge teams will visit those Sunday afternoon who dp not pledge Sunday morning. If it is impossible for you to be present Sunday morning, please remain at home Sunday afternoon until some team visits you. Or better still come to the church, 'that afternoon where workers will be in charge. The •ftnaflce. cdnunittee is -very anxious that .the ^tnembership •• co-operate, in this matter 'Suhday and' thus/save Cxtra work. : The Pastor wijl preach at the morning service on 'the subject, "What Makes a Great Church." Another high point of interest in Sunday's worship will be the fact that Rev. J. Wayne Mann, the new Presiding Elder of the Prescott district, will preach at the evening hour of worship at 7:30 o'clock. The membership is urged to be present to give him a warm welcome to the local church and to the district, Bodcaw G'jr school is progressing nicely, we have a school paper to be published this week. The officers for the paper arc: Editor in chief, J. D. Boswell; business manager, Ermon Allan; secretary-treasurer, Willard Goodwin; assistant manager, Bobby Nell Martin; sports editor, Mable Sullivan. It will be a-four leaf edition, price 5 cents per copy. Miss Marcelle Aylett and Mr. and Mrs. Will Muhh' were in Hope Tuesday seeing ''Top Hat." • Mrs. Lula Johnson is visiting her son Mr. Fred Johnson and wife in Hope this week. Miss Marie Mullins and Mrs. B. Fuller were shopping in Hope Wednesday. Miss Bobbie Nell Martin attended the show "Top Hat" Monday, night. Mr. Leonard Tredwell of Marshall, Ark., will .be the guest of Miss Selma Downs Thanksgiving. Bodcaw basket ball teams will play Willisville Friday night, November 22, al Willisville. Gym. They will play Patmos Thanksgiving day at Ptamos. Mr. Douthit and daughters, Miss Hattie L. Douthit, Mrs. Mable Sullivan were shopping in Hope Wednesday. Coach Earl May has a new Ford V-8. Mrs. Letha Russell and daughter Mo- zellc were shopping in Hope Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Will Munn visited with her daughter Mrs. Horace Fuller Wed- I nesday. I Miss Elsie Wesson visited her grandmother Mrs. Lambert Sunday and friends called and made candy, i Mr. Willard Goodwin is planning oil a week end trip to Conway soon. ! Wonder what's up there? ! The Willhoits played at our school Friday night. ,Mr. Trucy Mullins has returned to Rcdessa, La., after visiting home folkr Miss C'pal Grain of A. & M. College visited home folks Sunday. Urtever absorption and reflection of the sim's heat by the earth are the cause of bumps in the air. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL The Rev. Chas. C. Jones Priest in Charge Services Sunday,- November 24, 1933: Holy Bucharest—7:30 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon—11 a. m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Thns. Brcwstcr, Pastor ii gDoes Your Roof Leak?= ™Ono month of rain costs Hope clt-£; Stzens more than one year's fircZ j Sunday school at 9:45 Sunday Morning worship al 10.55 with special Thanksgiving sermon and offering fn; our orphanage al Monticello. Vesper service at 5 o'clock. Young People's meeting at 6 p. m. i Mid-week service Wednesday 7:30. Our people are urged to attend these services and visitors are always assured a welcome. < 3 We Can Fix a Good Rocf. 5 ; = We Can 'Help an Old One. = , jjj Sullivan Const. Co. =; liiiuiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimimiiiiMiiiiiiiiTi CHURCH OF THE .NAZARENE Rev. W. Paul Hodge, Pastor WANTED—HEADING BOLTS White Ouk—Whisky and Oil grade. Ovcrcup, Post Ouk nnd Ked Oak. Round Sweci Gum Blocks. For prices and specifications, Sec HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Ark. Both HadHatred (Continued from'page one) dying to line up in his favor state delegations to the national Democratic convention next summer. | perhaps he is laying wires that lead to 11)40. Perhaps he is aspiring merely to the U. S. Senate or another term as governor. Perhaps he simply bc- licvrs the Democratic parly is sacrificing it.s heritage und ieoks to rescue il from what he sees as cerlain death on the shoals of Socialistic cxperi- ln any case that ambition nuiy be affected by a demonstration of Roosevelt support such as Georgia New Dealers have planned for Atlanta on November 29. They hope to trace some handwriting on the wall of Grant Fit-Id which will be easily read through the hom-rininicd spectacles of Guviirnnr T;ilin:id;'t- Rev. W. Paul Hodge the new pastor of the First Church of the Nazarene, . South Elm street, filled his place in the pulpit both the morning and evening services last Sunday. At the morning hour the Rev. Mr. Hodge used as a background for the message; Nehemiah rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem, bringing out the modern need of building a wall of spirilual power around our souls. Al the evening hour the message was on the Power of Faith; bringing out the thought that faith docs not bring victory, but "Faith is the victory." You are invited to atlcnd the regular services. Sunday school at 10 a. m., morning worship at U a. m., evening service at 7:30 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. For All Kinds of INSURANCE Sec Roy Anderson and Company FIRST BAITIST Wallace B. Rogers, Pastor The regular services of the First Baptist church will he held Sunday, the schedule being as follows: 9:45 Sunday school. 10:55 Morning worship. 6:30 Baptist Training Union. 7:30 Evening worship. The pastor will preach at both services on Sunday. •NOTICE We lm\'t) opened a inntluin, o|>cii- front FRUIT and PRODUCE MARKET and will specialize in fancy and staple produce of the highest quality, CHICKENS—EGGS HOLLY'S Curb Market Next to Hotel Henry on Elm St. GARKETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Holiis Purtcll, Pastor Sunday school 10 o'clock. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. B. Y. P. T. C. 6:30 p m Ladies auxiliary 2 p. m, Monday. Prayer meeting 7:30 Wednesday. A transport pilot may not carry persons for hire in licensed aircraft other than of the types and classes' rr-ifii-d id hi-' lircrvu*. I CRANE WATER SALES and SERVICE $15 for your old ouc $1 Down Balance Monthly. Harry W, Shiver Plumbing-Electrical Phone 359 •>v1« PEDDLER'S COSMETICS and The DANGER Involved! House, to house peddlers of Cosmetics and beauty aids offer an unknown, unreliable product thai' is of such dubious \ that it must be Sold by high-pressure methods. Why endanger your complexion "and your skin tissues when the game or less money you can get nationally known and cd products . . ; such as BARBARA GOULD. ,, ^TfV t Your druggist guarantees and stands back of the products JieS sells ... the, peddler does not. . - _ J>1| •' '•:'''•'•••''•'•"•'•':' " ? t fl Buy Your Cosmetics From Reliable Firms,' K • • • - • • !,.••,.-. • ~> '-•.. •'..• 4 M John P. Cox Drug Co; PHONE 84 We Give Eagle ••••••MKBIBMMBHnDBBBIBBBPMMHHHHIBiMH^^H W System Quality Groceries and Low Pricei LETTUCE Nice Head 6c CABBAGE 2 M 5c ONIONS Yellow Pound 4c GRAPE »'f - Pound 9c Cranberries kj, PECANS Shelled, 'Halves! ,,30c Potatoes RED 10 Pounds 18c APPLES ORANGE California Dor WHEAT™ 08 * 5 Krispies, pkg lie COFFEE Red & Gold Pound CHUM Tall Can POTTED Scott Co. Large Bo t. CHERRIES No. 2 Can Red Pitted for Pies IQc K. C. ••V •* »»» M B» B •• <*»fl POWDEfii 25 oz. Can . 50 ez Can...... G WILSCO Vegetable Oil 8 Lb Carton.— 99c TOMATOES 3 MUSTARD QtJ , r 12c PUMPKIN Large Can lOc PEANUT BUTTER 1 Lb Jar. 2 Lb Jar. $ B %\ Quality Meats D A G 0 N SWIFT'S Sliced K'; IM ;„. 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