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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1945
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« V-. j*yf*XHffi i-w * -IT,)*.,, >t *. >.»"H^*>-afiiia in(* *xs«.^^. A>-* -i *»» nsrfnimMi.^vi' ^ *^ T» TO PRESENT PLAY SUNDAY, APRIL 1 Charm, excitement, and broad humor will distinguish the senior class dramatization of "Lavender and Old Lace" to be presented on Sunday April 1, at 8:00 p. m., in the auditorium. The production is under the direction of Sister Mary Ellavene. ' It is a thoroughly modern portrait of present day life, with scenes of bristling comedy, arresting drama, and a touch of heart warming tenderness. Beverly Stebritz as Mary Ainslie, a charming and gracious lady, has become a tradition in the quaint New England village where she has resided many years. She lives alone among her memories, growing her lavender fower s and placing them amongst her rare old laces. Vcra Semon-Ruth Thome Jane Mayer portrays her next door neighbor, Jane Hathaway, who is leaving to take a tour of Europe and Jane's young niece, Ruth Thorne, played by Vera Semon, is coming from the city to occupy her aunt's house while the latter is away. Louis McEnroe as Carl Winfleld, a young newspaper reporter from the city who is suffering with his eyes, comes to the little New England village to rest, and brings with him a letter of introduction to Ruth. Julia Weir as Hepsey, Jane Hathaway's maid, and Dick Kinsey as Joe Pendleton, who spends five years '^gittin' acquainted," along with Dorohhy Reynolds as Sophrony Trotter, who is always on the go, add humor to the drama. Other Members of Cast Oilier members of the cast are: Mary Hilbert as Bernice Carlton, a friend of Ruth; Bill Bieser as Doctor Howard Patterson a dignified but kindly physician; and Robert Winkel as James Ball who annexes a ball and chain. •Mary Sohick, Jeannette Buscher and Esther Eisoheid portray Mary Hnwkes, Dorothy Mathews and Marie Rochelle, respectively, fill friends of Mary Ainslie. William Lane is cast in the role of Dan Gushing, a member of the life saving station. Supporting Roles Donald Valentine and Mary Seeley play Captain and Mrs. Moffit, who, after being rescued, are cared for by Dr. Blake, Richard Scholtes. Duane Reynolds dramatizes Sam, the first mate of ihe rescued ship. HARDWARE Galvanized Garbage Can. Galvanized Chicken Feeders, all sizes. 1 to 5 gal. Galvanized Chicken Waterers 1 Harness Strap Repair and Hardware. 8 ft. Cattle Whips. Speedy Garden Culivators- All Purpose Garden Hoes. VISE GRIP WRENCHES $1.95| Kohlhaas Hardware Pascal Celery bunch |5c-- 2 f° r 27c Frozen Cherries lb- 33c 40 Points No. 2i/ 2 Can Apricots in Heavy Syrup 31C Green Beans, 10 pts., No. 2 can 2 for 2!)b Creamettes, Macaroni 2 pkgs. (5c ' * Figs, Ideal for sending overseas, pkg. 23C Plum, Grape, Peach, Cherry Jam 1 lb. Jar 25c Clover Honey Quart Jar fi9c Mixed Nuts '... lb. 39c Crystal White Soap .... 5 Bars 23c O'Cedar Furniture Polish ... Bottle OQ Sanisorb Tissue large rolls 5 for 23c Fresh Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Celery, Head Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce, Tomatoes, Green Onions, Green Peppers, Parsley, Carrots, Cabbage, Yams, Rutabagas, New Potatoes, Fresh Pineapple, Oranges, Apples, Regular and Ruby Red Grapefruit, Limes. Home Dressed Chickens Pork Roasts, Loin Ends, 5 pts- 27c Wieners, A Grade, 5 pts. lb, 33c Veal Stew, no points lb. 20c * Sliced Bacon, A Grade, 6 pts- lb, 39c or Whole 7 Points Boneless Tender Smoked Hams* 46c By the Piece .lb Fresh Side Pork, 5 pts. Home Rendered Lard, 4 pts. lb. |9c Home Made Bologna—Fresh Fish Wanted Waste Fat. We pay 2 red points, 4c lb. Sorensen Grocery Co Deliveries Tuesday and Friday Phones 138—139 Sunrise Service at Methodist Church Sunday Morning Easter observance at the First Methodist church of which the Rev. N. A. Price is miniate*, will begin with a sunrise service at 6:30 for the Junior and 3entor Methodist Youth Fellowships, which will be followed by breakfast served .by a committee of mothers, of which Mrs. McGuire is chairman. Church school will meet at 9:45. Special Easter music will feature the morning worship service at 10:45. The choir will render two anthems directed by Mrs. C. A. Phillips: "As It Began to Dawn" by Vincent, and "King of Kings" by Semper. Mrs. Gene Hertz is organist. James Richard Keen, AOM-lc, who is home on furlough from the navy^ will sing a tenor solo, "Open the Gates of the Temple" by Knapp, and "Into the Woods My Master' Went" by Nevin will he sung by a ladies' sextet composed of Mrs. Craig Vinson, Mrs. L. J. Reed, Emma Jeanne Ringgenberg, Charlene Clement, Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Rosalie Swanson. The Easter sermon bythe minister will be on "The Meaning of Easter 1945." In the evening from 7:30 to 10 o'clock the Senior Methodist Youth Felowship will meet at the parsonage for devotional meeting, social hour and refreshments. Sister of Howard Platt Dies at Worland, Wyoming Mrs. Stanley Walters, sister of Howard Platt, died Saturday at her home in Worland, Wyoming. She had been ill since Christmas. Funeral services were held Wednesday with burial in Worland. Mrs. Walters was the former Helen Platt, daughter of the late George Platt and Mrs. Platt who resides at Neosho, Mo. She was about 45 years old. Surviving her are her husband and two children, a son, Ronald, 17, and a daughter, Eleanor, 15, also her mother and three brothers, George of Neosho, Mo., Howard of Algona and Harvey who is -with the armed forces in the South Pacifc. A sister, Mrs. Ellis Runchey, died eleven months ago. Helen grew to young womanhood in Algona and was graduated from .the high school here. She attended college and did not again return to Algona to live as her parents moved to Neosho. She will be remembered as a .very attractive girl. Spring Weather With Us During Past Week With a high of 72 last Friday, and a low of 36 last Thursday the mercury hovered in spring areas all through the week according to Weatherman Harry Nolte's records. Precipitation reached .71 of an inch over the week-end. The record: Hi Lc Thursday, March 22 .......74 Friday; March 23 72 Saturday, March 24 66 ; Sunday, March 25 61 I Monday, March 26 61 Tuesday, March 27 74 Wednesday March 28 ....59 I Twelve April Day* to Remember, Filed! With Algona Chamber April 1—Easter Sunday. April 4—Wednesday. Charter Night Algon'a Lions club. Jack Shelly, speaker. April 0—Army fray. April 10—Recognition iheeting for Mrs. D. D. Monlux. April 11—North Central District Meeting Tanvilac Dealers. • April 14—Saturday, Boy Scout paper drive and paper pick-up. April 14 — Congregational church rummage sale. • • April 16—District Church Post War meeting. April 17—Veterans of . Foreign Wars-Spanish American Veterans banquet. April 19—Huxtable Home and Auto Supply new business opening. • •'•,..-, April 21—Campflre girls bazaar and rummage sale. April 29 — Catholic Daughters rummage sale. the Algona tflpe* DCS Moines, Alfettft, town* Mtosfc Soldier and Sailor Talk to Rotarians at Dinner Monday Warrant Officer Louis Ferguson, son of Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson, home on furlough after three years in the army and the latter seven months of which were spent on Saipan, gave a very interesting discourse on the Pacific Is*- land fihdf the en-etertop 1 fffltf .... tlvea. tte said tHat whert ihll ulhit awlVed on lh« island thefe said to be BOCf Japs but he was sure 5,000 had been taken care Of and now there were said to be 300 left, ttis company bfeing dftny en-> gineers they built roads and made repairs so the island might become livable for the military, The island seems to 'be largely coral rock but there grows sugar, some grains and vegetables and fruit. Farming is" done with oxen and wood plows, everything being de* cidedly primitive. Lt. (j.g.) Ted Chrischnies also addressed the dltiner group lelU ing of his experiences and travels to Africa, Sicily, italy^and many Mediterranean artd Atlantic ports'. His description • of the navy activities oii .D-day were especially interesting. The lieutenant is home on a 30-day leave and expects to report for duty qgain some time next week. OWMBfc BAB* Baby legherh cockerel available April 1. 2<j each, Wellendorf Hatchtery, west of fair* grounds. 13 J. A. G. Smith was a Sunday visitor at the C. I. Smiths, Arm-strong. The L. M. Holldorf family of Ceylon visited Sunday at the R. N. Kyhl and Wilbert .Holldorf homes. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and Charles and Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller and Franklin were Sunday visitors at the O. J. Salisbury home at Rodman. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25o for 13 words or lean. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged. So per word. Njo ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents Charge their clients So and send canli with order they receive Ic commission. Blind ads 25c. FARM BUYERS, relocation and others; Investigate 6ur plan of loans;, which have saved our members thousands of.$$$s in lower interest cttsts, in .addition to most favorable terms. No charge for full details* Ask us. M. D. Hutching, Sec'y-Treas. : Algeria Nat'l Farm Loan Ass'n 110 So, Dodge Street, Algona Tel. 205-W - 13-14tf OPPORTUNITY! .Men capable of earning $50.00 a week or better in store manager positions in A & P Food Stores., Training salary $35.00 to $45.00 per week. Openings throughout Iowa. Vacations, group insurance; low cost hospitalization. This opportunity will interest veterans.' Apply locally or Personnel Department, 316 S. W. 5th St., Desi Mbmes 1 ; Iowa. 13 ATTENTION WOOL, GROWERS: Another wool season is here again and we are ready to buy your wookas usual and serve you. in any way possible. Will pay the highest prices ahyays, consistent with a fair 'grade and all around square 'deal. . We :plck up on the farm anywhere, anytime. Come in or phone us. Phone 214. Myers Bros., Algona, Iowa. 13-16 ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, 2 for 35c. 34-U For Sale TWO FRESH DONUTS and cup of coffee, lOc at Consumers. 12 FOR SALE: Team of sorrel mares, 5 and 6 years old, well broke. C. R. Kollasch, Whittemore. 12-13* FOR SALE: Kitchen cabinet, oyster oak porcelain top. Henry Harms, Jr., West Bend. 12-13* SEAL OF MINNESOTA FLOUR; $2.29 bag. White's Market. 1 FOR SALE: Two good Hereford •bulls, serviceable age. Sylvester Wagner, Bode, Iowa. 13* FOR SALE: 1941 Ford 4 door touring sedan, 1940 Chevrolet 4 door sedan, 1939 Chevrolet town sedan, 1937 Chevrolet town sedan, 4 1936 Chevrolet town sedans, 1936 Dodge 2 door touring, 1935 Dodge 2 door touring, 1934 Plymouth 4 door. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 13 FOR SALE: All sizes grade I tires. Hoenk Motor Service. 13 FOR SALE: House and garag' and ten lots in Wesley. Con tact Mrs. Sylvia O'Conner, Non Springs, Iowa. 12-13 FOR SALE: Two spotted Polam China fall hoars. Hiram Acker man, Lone Rock. 12-13' LOCAL NEWS Clark Orton is still confined to his bed with a severe attack of flu and throat complications. Friends of Mrs. Paul Wille will be sorry to learn she has been ill the past week and is still confined to her bed. Mrs. E. B. McCarkle was taken to the Kossuth hospital Sunday for a period of rest more than for any particular ailment. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman went to Milford Tuesday and spent the day with the letter's mother, Mrs. Georgia Holcomb. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dau and family went to Whittemore Sunday to attend the confirmation of their nephew, Harlan Pompe, at the Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Rising spent Friday in Des Moines on business and also were able to be with M'arian Rising, Vaughan's sister, a greater part of the day. Mrs. Robert C. LaBarre and two children Suzanne and Charlene left Tuesday evening for a month's visit at Keokuk with Mrs. LaBarre's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Schouten. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid are parents of a second son born Sunday at the General hospital. The little fellow weighed seven pounds and seven ounces and has been named David Harlan. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohns and children of West Bend and Mrs. James Walker and little son, also of West Bend, were Sunday guests at the home of Carl's parents, Mr. -and Mrs. G. L. Vohns. Pvt. Meryl C. Yeoman and family returned the first of the week to Livingston, La., his army headquarters, after spending a fourteen day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman. Mrs. W. C. Taylor and son Charles arrived Tuesday to spend the week with Mrs. Taylor's father, Abner Long. They had been visiting relatives in Hampton. At the conclusion of their visit here they will return to their home in Austin, Minn. Mrs. Wm. B. Higgins and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Wm. Higgins, of Whittemore, went to Sioux City Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. Don Sylvester, sister of .the late Capt. Wm. B. Higgins. Mrs. Higgins, the mother, will remain until after Easter with her daughter, Mrs. Sylvester. Staff Sergeant Raymond Harr arrived last week from Kinginan, Arizona, for a visit with his wife and year old daughter and his mother, Mrs. Edna . Harr. Sgt. Harr has been in the service three years and has seen active duty in the European war area. He will report for further assignment on April 8th. BEST QUALITY Onion Sets, Ibs. for 98c at White's Market ' 1 FOR SALE: 1938 Chevrolet T. truck, 7.00x20. tires and 1'. ft. stock and grain box with folding stock rack. Glen Adrean Irvington. . 12-14 FOR SALE: Two 2-year old piggy Spotted Poland China sows Hiram Ackerman, Lone Rock Iowa. 12-14* CERTIFIED COBBLER and War- too potatoes at White's Market 13 HYBRID SEED CORN State certified Hybrid No] 4316 $5.00 to $6.50 per bu. No corn better for machine picking, or yielding ability on good soils, Early variety. • Iowa 306. This Hybrid is also called the Improved 939,is a top yielder but a little later in maturity than the 4316. $4.00 to $5.50 per bu. M. A. Sorlein 2 miles north of Bode 11-14* FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call De) Leaneagh, Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. 44tf FOR SALE: Plenty Henry Field clover seed at White's Market. 13 FOR SALE: Blue Tag seed potatoes and tablestock potatoes. Different varieties and sizes. Best of quality. Thpreson Brothers, 4 miles west and 3 miles north of Swea City. 3-tf FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating serv" ice. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-BtJ FOR SALE: McCormick-Deering corn planter, practically new. Walter Elsbecker, Bancroft, Phone 4589. 13* FOR SALE: Boone seed oats, germination 92% or better. Get sample, John Gerber, 401 E. Lucas, Algona. 13* FOR SALE: 10 head of purebred Shropshires. 10 grade ewes with lambs. Stanley Gardner, Phone 13-F31, Algona. 13 FOR SALE: 10 Hampshire sows to farrow in April, bred jo Hereford boar; Victor Johnson, Phone 543-W, Algona. 13* FOR SALE: Baled oat Ralph Thompson, Lone straw. Rock. 13* FOR SALE: SEED POTATOES, early Triumphs and Jate Cobblers. $4.00 per hundred from Red Hiv er Valley. East End Grocery, Al gona. 13-14* Hadley Bailey spent Sunday in Armstrong at the Dr. A. Whitlow home. ' i FOR SALE: 120 'bales second cutting alfalfa, Carol Hutchlns, Algona. 13* FOR SALE: Horned Herefprd Bulls, serviceable age, both grade and registered. Also 8 hi- grade yearling open heifers. f"or Sale: Registered Hampshire boats Serviceable age. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 13-16* FOR SALE: Nutrena Profit Proy- ed Chick Mesh. Complete line of Nutrena feeds in print bags. Wellendorf Hatchery, west of fairgrounds. . fg FOR' SALE: Trailer house 8x24 in good condition. Inquire at 1214 East Linden St., near Diagonal street grocery. 13 FOR SALE: Ten brood sows. 4 ' wheeled rubber tired trailer. 200 pounds Red Clover seed. Ernest Nauman, Burt. 13* For Rent FARM FOR RENT: AH or part of 218 acres northwest of Bode. Former Reding farm. 46 acres creek pasture, balance corn land- Good buildings, but no barn. Usual terms- See Mr. Kaiser, Hotel Algona, Friday afternoon or. evening, March 3Qth. 13* SELL your late model car to us for the highest price. Free information on ceilings. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 36tf 1N fi X A f B ; MJSt6LEttllif -TMoWatf, tll6, laid by '«*$terti hCilstbM wtok. CoWaft BulidlA'f \ SauisW Cd.» ph6fle'S78, Algbflsl, 18*3"8tf TYPEWRITER RIBBONS! . All kinds of typewriter 'find addlsg machine ribbons, The Algoha. Upper Des Moines, Algonar 6tf If YOU MEED rubber stamps tot any purpose, you can order theft) at The Algona Upper Des Moinos, 40e and up. 13-.W CoJfthA6fiKiSl j! enuizer,- ouppijf> iitetl, Sftfgeht i 6t ,C6., PhoislM frHam'is&F&i''&? B§l«.th'B' r hlnda of our; printers b» wMaesday, neon t* Insure publicatatfl in the patSefr. the following Thursday, The Al-« iona Upp*er,,fie^ Moines. 2-tf' Card of thanks I wish toibank those whd voted for rite ift Monday's eity election* Your expression of confidence is. appreciated. Frank Kohlhaas, 13 FLOOR SANDING and Reflnish ing. Heavy .commercial equip ment. Portable 'power plant Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phom 275, Algona. 17-3-St PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio'& Electric Algona. Iowa. 1-t Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suiter •Breakfast seta, Buffets, Radios and Washers. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson Under the Townsend Plan if a person, for example, received $200.00 a month, he would pay a total of $3.00 a month or (3% of his income above the exemption of $100 per month) and in turn, when he reached the age of 60, would receive an annuity paid tc him monthly during the remainder of his life-time. There would be no "means test." Thus a person 60 or over would not have to prove he was "needy." He (or she) would receive the annuity "as of right." Beginning 6 months after the end of the> present war, those receiving the annuities would be required to spend them currently, within the month. This is to insure against hoarding, and the resulting stagnation in the national economy, which it is one of the principal purposes of the Bill to present. Adv. FOR RENT; 5-room partly modern house, also garden space. Immediate possession. Call 1-19- L-J. 13 Wanted WANTED:-Girl to call for locals and society and do other general office work. The Algona Upper Des Moines. WANTED: To buy a pump jack; with or without motor. Tony Sorensen, Phone 7-F-13, Algona; 13 WANTED TO BUY: A Shetland pony. Must 'be gentle, for two small boys. See Paul at Greenberg's. 13* HELP WANTED: $20 a week and board and room- Cook's Cafe. Phone 538. 13 WANTED: Someone to take care of Mrs. W. H. Freeman's yard ;his summer. Write Leroy Knapp, Nevada, Iowa. 13* WANTED: Girl for general housework in oil heated home, kitch- an all electric. Only two in family. No entertaining. Good wages. Call at -Upper Des Moines office or write. 12tf* GAS FURNACES A limited number oi Green Colonial GSB Fired Furnaces will be available in 1945. In aome towns, restriction! have already been removed on gas heating. Place your order earlyj - the demand if already .;>. heavy.,-/ ,..,,-. Stokers and Oil; Furnaces Green Colonial domestic Coal Stokers may be available later this year. Installation restrictions are entirely oil. While oil furnaces cannot be made yet place your order early. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREED COLQnifH. FURIlflCE SERVICE NEW MACHINES Hog and poultry waterers and feeders; stock tanks, wood and steel; wagon boxes; harrow drawbars; tractor sweep rakes; cream separators; Jayhawk stacker on rubber tires; 2 2-row Stalk cutters, wind* rowers for 7 ft, mowers, electric motors, manure loaders. Used Machines Corn planter; mowers; plows; cream separators; wagon boxes; elevators; speed jack; dump rake; "Letss^ mill; Hammermills; Tower 2-row cultivator for "WC" Allis Chalmers tractor, like new; late model McCormick No. 4 separator. BRADLEY "Hydraulic Farm Hand'fe Stacker' • Loaders BROS. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa There'll Come A Day We're not only looking over the next hill —but the one beyond that. Looking for the day when customers will be harder to get than merchandise. If 80 years in business has taught us one thing, it is the fact that popular favor is a pendulum that swings just as far to one .side as to r . the other. A store can't afford .to be inr different to its customers no matter now merrily the cash register jingles!-We know "you know there is a war on"; that is the reason we never use this alibi to lull ourselves to sleep. We're in there pitching twenty-four hours a day trying by hook or crook to get this community its just share of the merchandise available. (Copy of an ad by Hale & Son, Waukon, Iowa, appearing in the Allamakee Journal of March 21, 1945. P. S. The above are also the sentiments of this 75- year-old store. Hale & Son might have added that in their long years of business they have been a QUALITY STORE- And that goes for the CHRIS- CHILLES STORE too. Yes, "there'll come a day" and we hope this will still be Kossuth County's Leading Dry Goods and Apparel store. At least, we'll keep everlastingly trying. , Ctrischilles '2 RETURN SERVICE MAN We have an opening for a driver salesman on an established Pepsi la route. Algona territory. See 3, A. Larson, Algona Hotel, Thursday and Friday, or call Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., Fort Dodge, Iowa, Pbone Walnut 1421, 13 WANTED: Soldier and employed wife want apartment. Must be quiet. Phone 387, Algona, 13 FEMALE HELP WANTED: To candle and pack eggs. 45c per to start. Time and a half for overtime. Further increases yhen you become experienced. Vacations, sick pay, rest periods. Apply through U. S. Employment Office. (Swift & Co. 13-14 WANTED: Welder and Farm Imr plement Mechanic. Top wages. tfevill Brothers Implement Co, of Estherville or Armstrong, Iowa. SHEEP, SHEARING: Carl Wiener, Burt, Phone 173. V ft V*49* i 11-13* VANTED: Married man for farm work. Year around Job. best gt wages and extras. House with aectrlcity 3roth.<ers, furnished. Thojfeson miles, west wd 3 — Swsjj: gjty. Spring Hardware Supplies We have a good supply of a number of spring hardware jterm that you will be needing. Check your needs today and come in. HUDSON STOCK TANKS come in the 6 ft. size at $15,50 and in the 8 It, me ti $21,75, HOG PANS — Seamless and heavy durable metal, each §5c, have g good stock of these in styles as low as $8.00. den seed in bulk end package, GARDEN CULTIVATORS hard to get kind, A good stock of them at $3.75 to.$7.5Q, " TRACTOR SIDE CHAIN - Can be used for log chain. I7c per foot* 500 CWCK ELECTRIC BROODERS made by Hudson. Ml galvanised and POULTRY SUPPLIES feeders, etc. THE ALGONA HARDWARE i i i * < 4 * i «) 4 4 4 * * i »' 4 4 J* 4 •4 4 4 <f. t : * 4 ; i V '*y $ *% 1$ •$ .**

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