The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 16, 1936 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 16, 1936
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V •. ' t •w* * » » ' " ,. ' - • -"I " r" red I. ' ' Head Bureau • KBR>rVlLLK l Sept. 16.—With the opening 1 ,of school on Monday morn- Ing. Mr&.Uhhna G. Brown, principal of Kernvllle Union School, reported an enrollment equal to that of last year with several students not yet registered. She stated that there would be 28 children in the upper •room and 26 in the lower room. Miss Aletha Mortensen of Berkeley will teach the lower room. Thla is Miss Mortensen's first year teach- In* at Kenwllle. Mrs. Brown recently returned from Lonj? Beach With her daughter. Betty Ann, They had spent the summer in the southern beach resort with Mrs. Brown's other daughter, 1 Sue. Harry Dahlstrom, Kernvillo j?a* rage man. ; and Jack Christensen of the Southern California Edison Company were among local deer hunters who packed into the happy hunting ground from Fairview. Billy Melton went to Los Angeles today to be present, with Dr. H t R. Hvans, who is recuperating from a recent accident in the south, when Bob Nestel. Kern's gift to the *pu- gillBtic world, went into the ring at Olympic auditorium for his first •main event as a professional fighter. Miss Sue Brown, spent last week in San Francisco before returning 16 her studies at Fresno State Teachers College. Miss Dorothy Short recently returned to her homo in Kettleman City after having spent two weeks with Bernice and Betty Robinson at their Kernvillo home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fuggitt. old time residents of Isabella, motored up the K«rn from their .Old River homo to visit with friends'.of this district. They returned homo on Monday by way of the summit road on Greenhorn mountain. Pat and Bemey Brady and their .sister, Mrs. Katy Brady Burke, have MeFARLAKD, Sept 16,—Amend- established their pack camp on the I menta to ( bQ voted upon in November VH j. ^ , ^M -J • • ^L i* - l_r_.d"--* * . .' • they aro Fay Creek road where busy packing deer hunters Into the high .country. Mrs. E. McCool has taken over the duties of secretary of the Kern River Chamber of Commerce following the recent resignation of Mrs. Gabe Chavez. The following people were recent guests at the Mountain Inn: Miss Aletha Mortensen .of Berkeley, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fowler of Marlcopa. Calif., Mr. and Mrs. W..S. Olds, R. S. Caldwell, Std Blake. John Elliott and Cyrus Bell all of Los Angeles, and Loe Duncan, owner of Rln Tin Tin,. Jr., Wally "West, Bob Custer, Sam Gordon, Victoria Vinton, Eddie Phillips and Ed Cassldy all of Hollywood. Tom Alrod of Falrylew was a Saturday visitor in Kernvllle. The new seats have been installed In the Odd Fellows hall for the comfort of those who attend the movie shows sponsored by the,I. O. O. F. lodge. They wore obtained from the Georgia theater in Los Angeles. In view of the recent cool weather, Mrs. Rae Longstreet of Kern Service Station had the cooling ventilators removed from her lunch room. Miss Gaylo Mendelssohn, teacher In Kernville school for several years, is teaching this year in Franklin School at Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. W. Lippincott are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller. The visitors plan to stay for the opening of tho deer season. Mrs. C. 13. Pettypool. who has been ill with pneumonia at her Onyx home and under the caro of Mrs. Katy Brady Burke, has bean removed to Mercy Hospital In Bakersfield, where she is reported to be on the road to recovery. r L . ' f Rio Bravo in Days News BRAVO, Sept. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. J. W. East of Clinton, Okla., have moved to the Allen ranch In this district. Miss ISlnor Frances Schlerlmann was among tho 4-II Club members of tho county who attended a conference In Davla last week. They also visited the aUito fair at Sacramento. * Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoag. Joyce and Philip Hanp motored to Kern River Park on Sunday. Little Blllle Irene Sade Is 111 at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hade. Mrs. Sarah Lone and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lane of Oklahoma are visitins: at the home of Mrs. Lane's son. Albert Lune and family. Tho Reverend N*orman Crlder of Panama was a caller at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. "Wilson and family on Saturday. Atr. and Mrs. Cecil White passed tho week end with I'elatlvea at Mountain View. TO LOOK AT TO LISTEN TO • TO PAY FO R V. X I* _»J * *] m I: m .-.•a '-' tf' -f X , i 6 METAt TUBES 3 BANDS 1937 Modtl 6T2 World-wlds program** Police. Aviation, Amateur calls, rich-looking cabinet. N«w Edg«* Lighted Dial, $52.95 PAY BY^THE WEEK o ^VPPLIAKOB DEI'T. Mrs. John B. Lewis recently visited Mrs. James Curtis In Bakersfield. Mrs. Albert Lane and children Lola and Marvin, Mrs. Sarah Lane. -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lane, accompanied by Mrs. J. Foster and sons, J. T. and Perry, and Walter Cockerul of Wasco, recently passed the day at Morro bay. Mrs. W. B. Wilson, Vorcll and Irene Wilson were visitors of Mrs. P. Jameson nnd family on Sunday afternoon at Bakersfield. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Lewis spent tho week e,ncl In Los Angeles, Brltton Garrlott and sons. Richard and Clyde, and Elmer Cox of Dennl- eon. Texas are visiting at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Bradley. Miss Irene Martin of Bakersfield passed the week end with Frances Wilson. The Misses Roba and Jean Griffith of Bakersfleld were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter White and family. Miss Brva White recently passed the day with Mrs. Lee Wilhlte in Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. KJrkhtun and children. Muriel and Richard, recently returned from a two weeks' trip to King City, Berkeley, Pacific Grove and other northern cities. Harold Baldwin of Hosedalc called at the home of Walter White and family on Sunday. Tho Misses Thelma MaUlson of Marlcopa and Myrl Peterson of Taft were guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilson on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ramsey of Taft called on Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Coble on Sunday. Mrs. Whiting Martin and daughter, Zorayda wcro guests of Mr. and Mrs, E. K. Tlmmons In Bakersfleld on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harlln Wilson were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Bill Wagoner in Puento during the week-end. They also visited relatives In Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. George Nixon of Taft called on Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Martin and family on Sunday afternoon. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Winnie Martin, who will visit for several days on tho West Side. M IBS Frances Wilson reconUy spent the day with Mrs. Leo Wilhlto in Bakersfield. The Misses Lora and Erva White recently visited Mrs. Kenneth Hill in Bakersfield. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter White and family wcro Mrs. Kenneth Aubrey, Mrs. Archlo Goodale and daughter, Velda Lee, and Mrs, A. M. Howe, all of Bakersfield. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilson and family on Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs Clive Wilson and Leo Wilson of Bakersfield, Mrs. Charles Norton and her nephew Keith Flanders of Phoenix, Mrs. Ida Wilson of Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Harlln Wilson of Shatter, and Mr. and Mm. J. O. Coble. Timothy MacDonald of Rivcrvlew was a recent caller at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilson and family. Vercil ami Frances Wilson were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. HHUKT on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams and their daughter of Buttonwlllow were callers of Mr. and Mrs. Walter White and family on Monday eve- nlng, Mrs. Roy H. Newman and sons, Conrad and Curtis have returned to their home after spending tho summer at their summer homo at Lako of the Woods. election vere' discussed by M. A. Llndfeay/JCern county farm adviser, at v the first meeting of the Farm Center for tho fall held at the grammar school cafeteria Friday night. C. R. Moomaw presided and election of new officers was held. Karle S. Weller was elected president, Ed Phillips vice-president and Walter Root secretary^treasurer. The meeting was opened with a potluck supper, which was attended by 25 members. Musical entertainment was furnished by Colonel O. S. Grant. WAS CO Sept. 16.— Mrs. C. L. white has returned to her home in San Francisco after spending two weeks here visiting friends and looking after her property interest!*. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wlons of Bak- ersfleld have rented the White residence and will make their home here. ^ Peter Klassen, 81-year-old pioneer. has recently returned from a visit •with relatives in Oklahoma and Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Klassen were In the county seat on business on Monday.* Curt Robinson and Ous Stroumpf are on a deer hunting expedition. They expected to pack back from Dinky, near Shaver lake. Tho Church of Christ, which holds services in St. John's hall each Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and ut 7:30 o'clock In the evening, has purchased several lots on Ninth street In the downtown section and Is contemplating a church building sometime in the future. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Howarton arc now living on the Curt Robinson ranch, south of Wasco, having moved recently from Shatter. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Woods entertained Mr. and Mrs. Howarton at dinner on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Humphreys and family attended a birthday dinner ut tho home of Mrs. Humphreys' parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Halnes In Bakersfield last Sunday. A quilting beo was held at the home of Mrs. JSlmor Woods Wednesday afternoon when tho group worked on a quilt -to be given to a needy family. Mesdames John Nale, A. E. Klassen, Joe Altrlnger and H. G. Bry- aon attended the ^district Home Economics meeting In Buttonwtllow Wednesday. A potluck dinner was nerved at noon and the meeting followed . Mrs. M.'M. Bridges will have with her this winter her three grandchildren, Lodene, Lulu Mao and Lylo Buckley of Fresno. They will attend school in Wasco; Lodene will enter high school and I^ulu Mae and na otes Lylo will school. attend the elementary MCPARLAN'I). Sept. 16.—Mr. and Mrs, Hassel Hill and their son Bobby of Vernori, Texas, and Mr, and Mrs. T. C. Carter of Knox City, Texas, who havo been visiting In the homos of Mr. and Mrs. Xj&wson While and Mr. and Mrs. C, D, White, expect to mako their homes hero and at present aro living In a bouse at the ranch home of Air. and Mrs. C. IX White. Mary Frances Sprowl, 10, of Santa Monica, will make her home with Mra. Kdith Dlxon and attend school. Frances is a sister of Gilbert Sprowl, Hon-in*law of Mrs, Dlxon. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Holllnger left today for Pomona to attend tho Los Angeles County Fair. They will also visit In Los Angeles and I>a Verne, returning here Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Taggart entertained over the week end for the lattor'B brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heed of Los Angeles. Ed Steward has returned from Los Angeles, where he moved household furniture for, Mrs. U S. McQueen, who vwlll remain there during the school year, while Miss Vernlce coin- I Iowa. pletes her senior year at the Bonlta ' Mrs. Huntlcj High School. Vernon McQueen will ! son. remain with his mother and sister, Mr. McQueen and his daughter Miss Alta will remain at their KakersfteM homo where they aro both employed. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bowman included the laUor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Altrlngor of Wasco. Miss Mary Shlch left Tuesday for La Verne to attend the college. She Is a sophomore this year. She was accompanied south by her brother, Raymond. <- GuesU in the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert ScheltUn recently were their friends, Mr. and Mrs. 'Bud" Rodman of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schneider en- Joyed passing Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Dumke at Greenhorn Mountain Park. The hosts' son. Leonard Dumko of Bftkersfield also called Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Taylor entertained Sunday at tho Lighthouse aervlce station for the latter's mother, Mrs. II. L. Heard and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Schrack had for their Saturday night guests the former's mother, Mrs. Margaret Schrack, and her son and daughter, Blyde Sohrack and Mrs. Mary Plow* man, all of Long Beach. They wore on route to Yosomlte. L. C. Hani 11 ton was a business visitor at Corcoran Sunday, Entertaining at thc^lr country homo recently Mr. a.nd Mrs. B. C. Snick had for their guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb, who have recently returned from an extended vacation trip spent at their former homo In Other guests were Mr. and Webb and their small Mrs. Earle S. Wollor returned Saturday night from a several weeks' trip-passed with friends In tho northern portion of California. She enjoyed many places of Intercut In San Francisco and renewed acquaintances In Berkeley. Sunday suowts in tho country home of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Plcw included Mr. and Mrs. Geoi'ffe Davis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Davis. Mr. ami Mrs. C. K. Hvitohinaon Brown. and Mrs. Ktnmolt Native Daughters Visit Institution TKHACHAPt, Sept. 16.—beaort Gold Parlor. Native Daughters, held an nil-day meeting Saturday at the homo of Mrs. Karl Phelps, A Malay luncheon was served, followed by a visit to tho Women's Institution In Cummlngs valley. Later a business meeting was hold and plans made for a baznar to bo hold in Mojavo early in October. It will bo callrd tho "Miners' Jubilee" and will tvirry out the mining motif. U will bo followed by a dance in tho evening. Among: those present were Mra. Minnie B. Heath, past supervising district president; Mrs. Ona Mofflt. past district deputy president, and Mrs. Ualph Sanders, district deputy president, nil of Uakorsfleld; Mrs. Ruby Rogers, supervising district president; Mrs. Dorothy Hoot, and Mrs. Florence Hoklerne«s, all of Cantil: Mrs. Meta Messlck. Mrs. .Tana Waters Mfy^rn nnd Mrs, Mario Wyman of namlnburg, Mrs. Dorothy McCarthy and Mrs. Phelps. Boys, Girls Enjoy Delano Wiener Bake DELANO, Sept, 16.—Mra. Frances Oliver, local director of tho Kern county r*cr*nllonftl program under the WPA, entertained a group of 35 boys and grids at nor home on Friday niffht at a vnnrshmalloxv nnd wiener ronst. After the roast, out of door gameM worn played for several hours. Other parties will bo held during tho fall and winter. mes - .. ••••/;:,.. srw 4;:.. -,vv;v ; 'y W \~- ' -\ \? *t + At'* w :- , <* - - »L ,*. ,»3" ••:•'• ^$?&j :-..',', .'«:'. *VAY -.'••• - ' ;• . 1 -. - • V S'Jflf. . >-;-A. -• .- y^te VvWW .-<' : ^V^J y .',**;;>$ < -:",'•& .• ' ' '^ 1 Jr, j , * ' -" f&b't . '.j_, '^i-V^/Y r f ' L hi r •• ^ * V News From Walkers Basin FRUITVALE WALKERS BASIN, Lavina K. Rankln has Sept. 10.- returned to spending a Mrs. Dalso her home here after week with her niece, Wallace, at Palo Alto. Mrs. Dorothy M. Glggy, Mrs. Alice Dragoo, Miss Alice Wood, Robert Leo Glggy and Douglas Dragoo spent last Tuesday visiting friends and relatives here. James Cochran. who has spent tho summer at the Mills ranch, has returned to his home In Los Angeles to resume studies ut the Hollywood High School. Recent visitors at the Rankin ranch were Red Duggan, Birch Caf- fcy, Jack Barnes and Red Rodgors. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rankln left last Sunday for an extended trip to Boulder Dam and other points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest O. Bishop and Elmer L. Wood of LOB Angeles spent last week end at the Wood ranch. Mrs. Cochran and daughter Betty recently spent a few days at tho Mills ranch. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker Rankin. Miss Billy Geraldlno Rankin and Miss Alice Hankln spent a few days recently sightseeing at Boulder Dam and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. David C. Mills, tho M loses Allro, Florence and Thftlma Wood and Messrs. Wilfred and Wallace Wood attended tho dance at the Jones pavilion last Saturday night. Melvin Cross of BakorHficld spont a few days of last week visiting with his siHter, Mrs. Lcroy Rankin, at the Rankin ranch. Tho Walker Basin schoolhouse is being moved to Hoosier Flat on Brcckenrldge mountain, where a new school Is being established. Tho Misses Evelyn E. Scohlo end Francis Francisco, accompanied by Messrs. Frank Bowers and James ScoWe, Jr.. spent last week end at the Plute. cuttle ranch. Wllliani U. Johns attended to hus- Inoss In Bakm*sfleld last Wednesday. The deer season hero is open arid tho' boom of «?uiia IB heard ifrom several aulomobllb load* of sportsmen. FHUITVALK. Sept. IB.—Sunday dinner giif»alH at the Andrew Meier hnme in Green An row wore Mr. and Mrs* Frnntz nml rhIMron, Betty. Pnniol and Roger, of Wasro. Mr. nnd Mrs. Peto Rasper of Bakersflalrt, Mis* Kdna Frantz. Karl Kroekor. Art Wions. Harold Unruli and Oscar Bergman, Mr. and Mrs. Rlehnrd Smith and daughter lla/ol Joan of Green Acres passed tho week end at Cayuoos. Jackie Hall of Fresno passed several days with Mr and Mrs. George Norton of Green Acres. Mr. and Mrs. Hrnry Fidler and family spent Sunday in tho Cuyama valloy. Mr and Mrs. C. K. White of Green Acres visited with Mrs. White's father. .T, C. Bnokner of Taft on Wednesday. They also called on Mrs. Tod Self and Mm. W. V. Ilonsnn. B. McCHntnn find daughter, Marlon Bantu, visited relatlvon rvconilv In Sacramento. Thoy were accompanied by Luoie Dlxon. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Cowan pa»si»d tho week end In Ventura and Los M|»H Ina Heler hn« accepted position In Bakornftold. MOJAVE. Sopt. 16.—-Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kindcl and son Tommy have returned to Mojavo after a short vacation spent in Globe. Arizona, at the homo of Doctor Kinder* sister. Miss Hollle Klndel. On their Journey homeward they were j tho guests of Miss Mary Church in Ix>s Angeles. Doctor and Mrs. Kinnel entertained as their house guests over tho week end Miss Ruelah Kin- z*r and Andrew Ward, both of Los Angeles. Miss Jerro Alzola. office secretary nt the Phil J. Vogel hospital, left on Saturday evening for Los Angeles, where she will spend two weeks' vacation with friends and relatives. During tho absence of Miss Alzola, Miss Peggy Benson of Los Angeles will act as secretary, Little Miss Linda Ix>uatalot« daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Loustalot of Bakersfleld, Is tho guest of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. W. O. Davis. Mr and Mrs. Joy Kelloy and daughter Evelyn and son Allan vis- IT, S 1 tho , home of Mr - and Mrs. Sid Reynolds In North Hollywood over the week end. Mrs. Keltey la tho daughter of Mr. and Mra. Key. nolds. Mrs. Nelson Rweetser is spending tho week In northern California visiting with friends and relatives. Miss Mario T-acke.y of Santa Monica has returned to her home after a weeks' vacation spent at the home of her aunt. Mrs. Bessie Tyler Miss Lackey Is a former Mojave resident. Mrs. Chuuncey Davis Is antortalnins: a.s lior house guest her mother, Mrs. Minnie Anderson of Kxcter. Russell OsRood spent tho week end visiting with frlonds In Monrovia and vicinity. Mr and Mrs. II. Patrick Wolff and sons Pat, Kevin and Peter, and daughter, Mary Lou, spent Sunday and Monday vlnttlng friends in Kernvillo and Bakorsfleld. Dr. Phil j. vogol returned homo this week after a 10 days'. vacation spent in northern California. Mr and Mm. George McDonald of independence were the week end Mr and Mrs. Charles "Reynolds and daughter Janet were recent Los Angeles business visitors.' Mr and Mrs. Roy Burnett and son Glenn were the week end guests of Mrs. Burnett's sister and family, Mr and Mrs. 13. R. Davlea In Taft, F. \\\ Keener of Needles, Santa Fe fireman who has been seriously III at the local hospital. Is Improved. Mrrt. J. T, Bartlett of Los An- ffe,los arrived in Mojave this week for an extended visit with her bus* band. J. T. Bartlett. Mrs. Evan Twomey entertained recently at the family home with a dinner honoring the birthday anniversary of her husband and the wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Hans Visaer. Mr and Mrs. Berry Taylor returned home this week after a month's vacation spent In Longr Beach. Mr Taylor is night foreman at the Southern Pacific roundhouse In Mojave. Miss Florence Thompson of Monrovia visited with friends and rela» tives la Mojavejover the week end. Small Miss Marks Third Anniversary DELANO. Sept. 16.—Little Mary- otta Montgomery of Bakersfleld, celebrated her third birthday anniversary on Sunday at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben C, Shearer. A dainty birthday cake was a part of Iho celebration. Guests Icluded Miss Mattle Barnett, grandaunt of the Uttlo miss. Mr. and Mrs. Shearer, Miss Janet Struthers, her sisters, Martha Jean, Carla Maa and Carol Ann, and her grrandpar- cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery* GLENNVILLE a t, T \VlV' homo of Mr - A »<* Mrs. Uay J. McFarlane. Mr and Mrs. Lesley S. Mori- wether spent several days of this week in Los Angeles on business. •\\cok end visitors of Mr. and wrs. it A. Kelsoy were Doctor and Mrs Harry Old», Dr. Clifford Wright and Dr. Ward Holland, all of Los Angeles. f Mr and Mrs. TCd Fleming and sons, Glenn and George, returned homo this wook from n two weeks' vacation which took them through Novada and northern California. Their return was made via Santa Crua Redwood highway. Mrs. Lily McDonald entertained as her week end cucsts Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brudlrt and daughter. IhM^i^*'!^ 1 ??^^ 0 T. r ° uto l ° t Daughter Rosalia of More Park were thotr homo In Oakdnle after an _ex- dinner guests of Mr. and Mra. Orrin Olds Monday evening. Mrs. Hope Seoley and daughter Sandra Lee spent Tuesday In Bak- ersfleki OA tho guests of her mother, Mrs. U'HIIum Howsman. OLENN^ILLE, Sept. 16.—The Olennvllle School opened on Monday morning with 15 pupils enrolled. The teacher for this year will be Miss Ruth Everett of Bakersfield. Mrs. Arcy Jansen and daughter Erleno of Los Angeles spent the week end a« the guest of her sister, Mra. Etta Herrlngton. Mr and Mrs. Robert Newman and Mrs. Pearl Olds and daughter Wanda wore Bakersfield visitors on Monday. Mr and Mrs. Dick Fugltt of Old River were callers at the M. W, Hunt home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Morehead and sons Bobble and Jlmmto of Oildale spont Sunday a* the guests of Mr and Mrs. Benton Martin and family. Joe Frazior loft on Sunday for Bull Run Basin to Join his son* Had- loy on a deer hunt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mlllard Coroneu and tcnided visit in Long Beach and M Hazel Poo nnd Jw McDonald, both of Tronft. Mrs. McDonald Is tho mother of Mr. McDonald and Mrs. BurOiot. 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