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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 13, 1943
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.THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1943 BLYTnEVILLB (ARK-) COURIER NEWS ANNUAL BREAKFAST HONORS BAPTIST SKMOIIS. The Young people's deparlment of the First Baptist Church entertained Baptist seniors this morning with the niinunl breakfast held at the church. The 52 guests were seated at the long banquet (able placed In t!ic form of a V. 'Low bowls of red roses nnd ' mock orange blossoms were used as decoration.' The pines; cards were marked with small uar- dcn tools and the victory garden thought was carried finihor In the favors which were hand-made sun bonnets for Ilie girls and cape for the boys jn red, while and bine. Philip Dccrc, superintendent, of the Sunday School, made the invocation after which an original "Round" was sung, led by Bartletl and .Mrs-. Russell Blond Hair Of Missouri Woman Used In Vital War Instruments If you have blond hair, 14 Inches ong and untouched by chemicals, hot Iron and or a waving machine you are Important (o the war ef- "IT. Mrs. Dave Woolscy, attractive 40- year-old Gibson, Mo,, woman lias been paid $32 for her lovely tresses eiit n number of years ago, which will be used in the manufacture or important instrument.? for the government. And to make this patriotic BCS- Uirc more complete, she has rton- nloil the check to the USO and During the serving of the first course .the Undents and teachers were entertained and surprised by the waitresses dropping intimate bit of goppis about cadi one as they served the food. The Rev. H. n. Tillman of Osec- ola, guest speaker, used as his topic, "Courage", after which "In- viclus';-. by Bruno Huhn was sung by Mr. Bartlelt., Jn addition lo the seniors, other Guests included:,the Rev. and Mrs. Tillman of Osceola, Miss Rosa M. Hardy, ,hlgh school principal, Miss Jimmy D. rirach, Mrs. Luclcn Colcman, Miss Elfic Lee Terrell. Mrs. O. ,.J. Ch.istain, Mr. Deere, Mr. Bartlelt and ihe class sponsors, Miss Luna B". Will Miss Elizabelh McHcnry. Mrs,. Marion Williams, superin- tendcnl of the deparlmenl, was assLsteel in serving by Mrs. rtosco Crafton, -Mrs. Charles riay Newcomb. Mrs. Russell HaiiKh, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. Chris Tompkins, Mrs. E. W. Simmons and Mrs. Russell Fai-r. I*. T. A. COMMITTKKS APPOINTED TUESDAY Mrs. W. L. Homer, nt.wly elected president : of.ll>e; Junior Senior Parent Teachers Association, appoinlcd her committees ••: for' next year, when the group met Tuesday afternoon in the High School Auditorium. , i One. .of .the.-prinicpal items of-business carried but was (lie cle lied Cross. varied reports heard about whet her the government wants blond hair has been cleared up w in Mr s . woolsey's conlribution which was ncKotlalod by the Bly- thcvllle ehalpcr of (he Nalional Red Cross. Reading thai blond hair was needed Mrs. Gibson nmdc a (rip (o the Ked Cross office here where she asked for information. National Red cross, headquarters was written and soon a return teller explained just what kind of blond was needed. Mis. Woolscy vviis (old to send a sample of Ihe hair, If it filled the requirements cited, and .soon she was paid an average of $2.25 per When Mrs. Woolsey was a young girl she boasted the longest, hlond- est, prettiest jiiiir .-in home town nnd so when the years passed and styles changed to short "air, she saved licMrcsses as a reminder of her-hair when bland bccaiisu now It has turned''much darker. She eagerly fought 'lb conliUmlu it lo tile win- effort and has helped much by her donation as blonde hair Is badly- needed for various types of Instruments, according to Iho Julian p. j,ylez and Son' Company of lialllmorc, Md., a division of lienclix AvlaUon Corps, principal manufacturers of humidity measuring instruments for the Government.. Such hair used in more than 20 Budgets, the chief being radio- sondes used in long range weather forecnstlnij tor the Army, Navy, Coa.U Guard nnd , United States Weather Bureau. The hair also Is used In safety gadgets in submarines and in explosive plants to prevent faint static electric discharges. ". v Blond hair has n higher tensile strength to .make it mus.1-'. suitable for tliKc gadgets, the. firm said, but urged people not to cut their lialr uutll a sample was sent /or examination. ' ' , In sending a sample, o'nc-lmir dozen hairs should . be - mailed, it was said. Bits of News Mostly Personal cision by the group to hold only three program meetings a year for Hie duration. The oilier regular monthly sessions'will be open business meetings; in winch each member .1*111 be urged to be present and lake 'part. -- MISS. GEE MAKES CONVENTION KI.TOKT Headlights of the State P. E. o. convention, held last week In Little Rock were given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. E. B. Gee, when Chapter D. of the P. E. O. Sisterhood met at the home of Mrs. R. P. Ku'slmer for lunch, with Mrs. T. J. Mahan as co-sotcss. The two-coursD lunch was served buffet style lo the 13 members and one guest, Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. Roses, peonies and iris were used throughout the entertaining' rooms, to California; where . Llenlenanl •Alii. Oee was assisted in licr re-. While is stationed ' icrt bv Mrs. B. A Lynch. Mrs. H. William Hodgson Jr., of New Grand Mrs. Kirslincr. leans has arrived for an extended visit with Ills aunt, Mrs. Cornelius Mcdingcr and family. Llciitcn.iiu Clarence White spent, a few days with Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Humphrey ant! Mr. and 'Mrs. A. W. Angel : befo'rc WOMAN'S COUNCIL . , , The' High ecliool Band under the direction of Miss Carolyn Hale gave several selections, after which Earl Daniclson gave (he oration winch won honors in the State Legion Contest Ilie topic-was "The Rights. We'. DefenU.'l "v; Kis. Luclcn Colcmnn was liward- ed'lhe.dolhtr for Senior High School for having I lie: most mothers present and Miss Monta Hughes won the attendance prize for Junior High. ' * • • TOWN AN.B COUNTRY' CLUB .PLAYS BRIDGE Mrs. C. C. Langston entertained the Town and Country Club nt Ihe home of Mrs. c. R, Wroten yesterday . afternoon. Mrs. Roland Wroten played Green and Mrs. bridge ' with the group when high score was award ed to Mrs. Cornelius Modingc: 1 wilh second high to Mrs. O. W. McCutcrtcil. Spring flowers were used throughout tlie entertaining' rooms. The hostess served light refreshments at Ihe conclusion of the games. ,* * • JUNIORS ENTERTAIN SENIORS. AT. PARK. Walker Park was the scene of n .great deal activity yesterday afternoon when the Junior class of Blythcvllle High Schrxil entertained Ihe Seniors wilh -a ixill game and a barbecue picnic. Approximately 175 boys and girls as. well as faculty member enjoyed (.lit outing planned by Billy Cross, Roberta Florman. Floy Ann Sample and Dicky Slacy, committee from the junior in charcc of. a Hairs. ; * * « A.D.C. illEMKEKS ARE E.Vn.'KTAlNEI) Mrs. Toby Long and Mrs. Jimmy Stevenson, new members of the A.D.C. Club met with Ihe group yesterday when Mrs. Den Harpolc entertained wllh. a party at her home. Roses, peonies and iris were used throughout, the rooms where the guests playecl bridge. In Ihe games, high score prize i vas awarded lo Mrs. James Shclton with second high lo Mrs. James Terry. The lioslcss served a dessert course at Uic conclusion of the games. OFFICERS of First Christian Church for the nf.v year beginning July I. Other officers chosen to with her arc- Mrs B F Brocdon ., 1OOn t;rltz ' stU(ic »t- nurse at vice nrewtaii- Mrs r L Wn? ' Mcm l )llls Methodist, Hnspllnl, who «.reta r ,^ <! Mrs. John o. llJ^l' i''*™^ a » efl"»™cy operation treasurer Mrs E M Terrr world , yesterday. Miss Critz was can chairman; Mrs! Sam^tSn! ^"»«^ . , .publicity, and Mrs. Nathan ,Carl, . librarian; . .. HAS CLUIi MEMIiEKS Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer nnlcrtnineil members of the Wednesday Contract Club yesterday afternoon, Spring flowers were used throughout 'the rooms where the guests were entertained. In Ihe bridge y nines, high score was awarded to Mrs. Hattie Potter with Mrs. A. o. Hall winning second high. A dessert course was served for refreshments. * • * MKS. I.ANGDON -HONORED WITH BIKTIIDAY PARTY Mrs. w. J. Faught entertained the O.R.A. Club yesterday afternoon with a one o'clock luncheon in honor of Mrs. w. s. Langdon's birthday. The guests were served the one course lunch seated at the dining (able, which held a low bowl of mixed Spring flowers for a centerpiece ~ Opening the gifts by Mrs. Langdon preceded an informal social hour. At The Hospitali Klylhcvillc Hospital Dismissed— Mrs. John Blair, city. Walls Hospital Admitted— T. L. Hager, Sikcston, 'Mo Clark Matthews, Caruthersville. Mo. Dismissed— Mrs. Glenn Ganksion, Slccle, Mo. Mrs. Mabel Holdman, Steclc. Mo. Mrs. Maude Powers, Cooler, Mo. Ernestine Olston, Sleclc, Mo. Lntiree Works, Slcelc, Mo Elizabeth While, Rt. 3, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— Mrs. joe Bombolaski, city. "--' A. Prince, city. Memphis St. Admitted— h's Hospilal Betl.v Jean Brack-in, city Mc.iinhus Mclhodlst Hospital Admitttd— Cliarles Fanner, Osceola. A/£W USERS FOX SW££TH£AKT SOAP in just 3 years alone! -^—^™™^^"«™«™^B1 That's what actual sales figure* indicate! Sec for your- «//wl)y there's such a tremendous swing to pure, fragrant, THRIFTY SwcetHeirt Soap. Buy several long-lasting oval cakes todiyl • SWEETHEARTS T" SO»p-mT AS»tES-WITH YOU I SKIK I. Rosentlial went, to" Memphis yesterday. wlicre':'he visited reia- Mrs. George M Lee was called to Memphis yesterday to Iw with Miss '".ois Moon Critz, student nurse at there yesterday. Miss Critz was todny here us the guest of Mrs. W. J. Fought. Mrs. J, L Ouard, Mr*. J, P. Pride Si 1 ., Mrs, • J. P. Pride Jr., mxl Mrs. James Young. spent yesterday 'in Memphis. . . W. L. Homer relumed yesterday from Little Rock where ho -IMW been nllcndlni; to business,-. Corp. Byron -Snillh o/ pninp" Ir- wln, Call., Is spending u .15-day furlough here wllh' Mrs. Smllli and :laush(cr, Shirley Ann, 603 West 2hciiy. While here, corporal SmlUi was siii'iirlsed by a visit from Ills brother, 1 Lieut, Hex Smith who saw lotion »t Pearl Harbor. Lieutenant Smith recently was married lo the former Miss Louise Hyde of Chattanooga. They are Ilic sons of' Mrs, J. J. Smith, Route 1. Togcllier-wlth a niece, Miss Marcrlcne Tlionuui from Memphis, n faintly reunion was hold Monday at Uic home of ihelr slsler, Mrs. James Perclval, ISia West Main. Mrs. Smith hus Iw'o oilier sons In service, Strut. Lonnle Smilh at Camp Hood, Texas, mid Carl Sniilli, sennmii second class, .somewhere In the Pacific. Mrs. w. L. fglcheart of Bell went lo Memphis today to consult u specialist. Mr. nnd Mrs. a. W.' U.'inletscm returned today from n 10-day visit with relatives In Oklahoma City. While llicre Ihey u''.emlcd [jrneluii* tlon exercises at i'ormnn, -Okla., where their son. lobcrt 'Wiullcy was graduated from Ihe unlvcrsl- ly. - , lie lias. received his commission us n second lieutenant • in ihe Army, and will teiivn Immediately for Officer Training School ut'rort Sill, Okla,- ' Andersons Soon To Have Another Son In Service The family of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Anderson are going all out for viclory, wilh thcrce sons Mud « scn-in-law already In Ihe armed service, and .another son expecting to leave next week for Inducliori Into the Army. . her falher, J. - E.Crllz was 'counts agent here for a number of years. The.:Critz. faniilyjiarei/mow. • livin In FaycUeville.if.'Ark., • and Mrs. Crilz flew lo Memphis yesterday to be. with her daughter Her condition wns very good last night. 1 Miss Jean Sarber ol Memphis and Chicago is the , guest of -Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee. Mrs. O. .C. Langston arid Mrs. Marvin Nuim will go to Montgomery, Ala., tomorrow where they'will visit Mrs. Langstcn's daughter Mrs. G. O. Poclz. '., ' Mrs. O. C. Bishop niiri Mrs. F H Blomeyer of Camthersvillc spent yesterday here as the guests of Mr and Mrs. E. p. .Blomeyer. Mrs. Waller Wood of Luxora ^^^••^•••^••E I 117 Continnons Shows Every s Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN ,9:00 ».m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m icd at Camp Davis, N. C., Pfc. Eddie R. Anderson ' ' " Fla., and Cor| Is believed .to Staff Sergl. Clyde E. Marshall, fii son-in-law, Is stationed at Camp Campbell, Ky., where lie mid ' Ills wife have recently had ti.V their guest Mrs: Marshall's sister, Miss Onnie Anderson. Miss Anderson arrived home this week, accompanied by her sister who will ..spend several weeks here with licr parents' and oilier relatives. Jim T. Anderson, a younger "son, will leave next week. Another son, M. H. Anderson, is nt home here. G In 1 i Students May Festival 'oiiiorrow. Niglil '1'lic mmtml i:nj> Festival of Central Ward Elementary School will be presented tolnonow night In the form of a musical play "Old Pipes and (he Dryad",' In which n number of Mudenls of! this school will participate, ' Proceeds of i\ silver'offering to be, taken will be used lo purchase supplies for (he music deiiarlmcnt of this school. •,'••.. : l''or Iho protjriiin, to be held itt 8 o'clock at the hlRh.wh&ol audl- toiliim, MLss ignore Swearcngln. music Instructor, Is In ' «iar(<e of the pioduclloir wllh .Mifi. Murray Smart us accompanist, and Mis* lliirbara'Kiiapp as violinist. With Ihu scene laid lii Switzerland In 1036,,characters, In colorful costumes, will iwrlray the roles: Old Pipes, -Jimmy Lowe; The Drynd, . Carolyn LlnUenlch; Old I'luff Mother,. Patsy Healnj Chief Vlllnticr, I/>y Klch; Old Kclio, ^ftll l ray Smart, ifs. will l« John Wllkc.s, — Stlres. l^on Spwck, Allen Green, A. J. Hall, Odcll Flowers. Dan Wallace,, Ray Powell, Jlmmle Jones. Children will be Roger Lmn, C«ry Mnson, Susla Taylor. liullerllles will .be Lliida Taylor. Kay Htndman, • niiMi Reed, Mary K. Crattop, Ethel Until Taltoy, Cynthia Ann Heslcr, Pcjjtjy Eldridge. .' ( ' . Deees-ChB'rles Ray- Hull. Jackie Slieplicrd, Jimmy lliiftlpKti>n, Pay l^avls, Jesse Webb, Rondcil Johnson, .Henry Pillion. • , Iljrds—Dwnlnc " Oraliam, Jan Rayiler: liobljy McFarlawi, JJmmy Hodge, Oscar Hardaway, Tommy Mosley., _•, -.•'•'•. Ornsses—Betty' Jeiniclle Michael, Roba lieasley,' Mo'na" Fiiy Goodrich, Aim Hix, . Kay Colston, Dorothy Rem^ar,' Ellxabctli Van Hooscr, llnrbara Van Hooser, :Jennie- Lee Godwlii; rillllc' Jijric'Mntlock. Barbara. OcnnliiB, .Aiinclla '.liuin'iihrcy. l-'lowcrs—Bclhm', "liiini, '• 'Charles Klnnlngham, MellmHhc.. Hill,. Bobby Speck, Betty -Jo Ellis] c. I, Prince, I.MarHin. N|cliols, • Bobble' Jenil Dnvis. 1 Ani.r.ulndniati, Blljy i—Bill. Wiinderllcli; Tlie J ones: Fl I'cfl |es—I lea rd Lois. Boyd.. jllllio Ma- Thursday and Friday fLYHN- SMITH 9 S*. - -\ i. . L c // \\ ARN ED BOOS McflM mmx-mw. Paramount News & Selected Shorti ROXY Night Erery Night ExoenV Saturday.. M OlTlce Opens 6:45 . Show SUrls 7:00 *^,, 8h«wi' Sit. and HID. Thursday and Friday A rnecel shrdcta hrdltaordonU cfles of vegetables growing'on Negro farms In Georgia. Tampa, Fla., has 1 more than 100 cigar factories. Mopnbc»'rn,H — Nlla . Rose 1 Hull, June Wilson, Ann Oate'iis, Carol Ann Bailey, , Uoxnnhe' • Johnson, Donna.v Sue Clorc. Kay • Smith, Oeoiglannc Hnlelielt. .''-'• Villagers—Ti'lple Trio, 1 n. 0, Allen, L'uclen. Colqnnii, iJusscli .Phillips,. Don Smart, Don Peterson Marion' Randolph Smith, Alan Sncll, Bobby Turner, Loy Etch, Children-Joyce • Kcelins, PalRc Ratcllff, Maxlne. Hill, Mary Frances : ..Onines, Lillian Jones, Alii: Skcltoji."Patsy 'fJhitwood! Paullnn Akobrooks,,,, Bottle Jean .-.Rcngan, Mnpreen •;, Non'is, Gwcri LitllclOn, Freddy Coldwcll, James, VVcstbroot. Billy Joyncr; Jamie Fox, Robert Provost, - Alee -Trailer, Keiineth The Suguaro cactus can survive ^m Hood. Adulls-ixirollij um Ali i u rVccnmn, Mailhu Louise 'J»i. Uowlhy MHQ aod»li\, Bettj Joyce Held, RoWita Kiui pp, RO. Mmciiy, HP((J Nell Holliind, y June Neclj, Mauilne bkel- on, Jo Ann 'nieidiiiiintn, ctny , !iclly Volln|f ' f' 1 "*"" immy lielnmlllcr, Hobby , Howard lloljlnsoii, mil Keeping Up With The Men In Service "'• *-. M ;, WiiMiinun, who ll\cil n Jllyilievlllo (in n nmuber o! •ciu-s, linvliiB been sent here to es- Hbllsii Ibo Mississippi Health Unit low Is In North Africa wUh'lhC •nnk of llcuteniint colonel, itls nmlly Ls In uiOe Jtork. whtro no members moved from lilytUe- ville when ho wii.s promote<l In the nibllc heiillh service, Henry Cluy I'altoii, MIII of E, o. :'«llon, wits fii'iuliiiiti'd from (lie Hidlo tclioul nt Trunx Field, Mudson, WIs., and hns been tnuis- torcd lo Air Ijorno EiiBlncois, liradlpy Vielil, Conn. He' Ins been in the Army since Nov. t, in-ii Prior lo enlcrlnn lliu lirined forces ho w«s a sludc'nC nt (ho University of ArkiinsiiB, :FayelteA'illc I'vt, CnriiK B. Webb, son of Mrs Loyrc Webb of Hlytlievllle Is uta- Joncd nt tho Air Depot Tralnlim «t«tlon ui will Roiscrs Kjold, own',, "e he Is assigned' lo.d.uly with .' • GOID CSOS5 5HOH . . . MMOUJ F0« OVfll SO rCA.S.AS JW.CIOSJ The same fine Kotuvarxnoiin a* IRtD CROSS SnOf^ferovr AND THAI'S HOW YOU KNOW WHE AMERICA'S UNCHALLENGED SHOE VALUE Gold Cross Shots are nude by the SAITIC fine craftsmen, in Ihe same factories/ over Ihe same "Limit" Lasts as Red Cross Shots, Except for name, they are Red Cross Shoes. Which mMnt they »rc unchallenged for style, for fit, for value unong America's fine shoes, The Family Shoe Store O I 5 ! a • 312 W. Main Phone 2342 * °° «OSS SHOK... FAMOUS K* OVR M VIAK AS HO CtOSS x. GRAY HAIR; TURNING DEEP BUCK flli ordtunce io»i|M»y In a wrvlce , Bcfoic cntcilng thu Army Air orces Sept B lie was cngized In firming Social Calendar Fldcle* Suniiny School class li»v- lnt( 'Ucky' party 7 o'clock at ihe liome of Mrs Russell Weit Lddfe Meets Tonight No u< p AM will meet, tonight, 730 otlotk, at (ho Imll In icuulur coin- iiunliullon, It »as iinnomiccd to- by 1) j Allen, wouhlpful mv,- Uic nine cpmille;, ccniiprLslnn tlie /.MO square 'miles, »n itreu' lar«or nun Rhode'island lin'd Connecticut combined. - ••'••, - _„„„.„ ^^v,^^ !,»** g^MFIT three years without r»to • f V v SKIN ERUPTIOHS 4 > iMMm^My MMittf) -J «-i%i * CHECK The Miracle In Permanent Waving! Com RAY, tht modem, 'ich tllle wave. N* h«*t— No , chlnrt Dttf In tor MARGARET'S v BEAUTY SHOP lt« H, Hf.t < KIBBV BHOSi DRl/0 C'O. ; Blylhiivllle 1 -Ark. ; ,• C'onl Nrw VenllUle'd Mortc-ls Tn 'Jr>p Off fim.irt Outlilst SoJiir S.TK'AM'S* Fibre mcslics, rajon Hbres, ho|)sacfclni! nic.slics, cocpa- niil.s and Pnndans. precisely sliajicd and handsomely trimmed wl th scarf and lx«v iMiirtsI The wide mc.-ilies let all cooliiii! breezes throughl ;Y -'feji-4. ; 1?^^ ^-W Llghl-as-a-tcatlicr hbiel.49 meshes and , .Ho]»kns' J-' with gny colored bands. Air 5)>iin mesh weaves, noc fibre braids and hflrid-, -'.V some mixture brnldsl ; ; • Hcg. u: s. Pat. bn.' ; - • Keyed To The Wartime Pace! • 'loday tvcrynne iKLds ono of Pcn- neyS slnrdy !ictlon-lo\ins slack 'iilli for llnie busy e|ays ahead! ,A. Conlrnsting Colors'.. 3.95 1 'Rayoft falllel Filled Jatkel tS)""' blouse with saddle nocketsuf I \Vomen. fj. Men's Sporl Sclii >' ' 4.98* Cool model 1 ! In sii|ierb rnywisl bhort slec\c.s, coiucittblc (.ollar,, casual .fill .SMART SOU!) COI.OIlS 4.:i» : ' Sleek rayon ) o p 1 i n. •/- J.ickct wilh I .ucks and ' jelt. 12-20. F Thrrf ^o])lr;islln^ SIi.nlcs 1.3 « C. )$«).s' Sixirt Kc(s All-cantlllloncil Snnforl/cdt 'totton Soine' with smart stltaliliig^ Siacsi B-18. I). Clirls l,»vc Sturdy cotlon twill with belted Jacket'that Ues in front! .Slues 8-12. <i. Juvenile S|iorl Sets'. :l!>tD Cool,-TOUGH little short'styles, of Sanforized* collon.'iSizes 4 lo'lO. i H. Kcil, While & K!ue.".. ; 1.98 Ltglil spun rayon > tiny slacks with' suspender straps^ Trim design on jacket ^. Cool »nd 'Serviceable 98° Men's -Knitted :;. .'SPORT SHIRTS \ Easy on the ejc, the body and Ihe wallell ' ' .Gay bnseiue styles' In open knit, sturdy cotton* wllri hor- 'Izpntal • strfpes and cjrew , necks. • ', DRBSS 35c39c49c tvcllinj Selection 0' Rajoris, Cottons! TOE TENNEr W4* M THK TlJum WAT • • • THK TWUFTI WAY IS TW A "•' "' ' •••'•-•-'••.- •-- . .•.'.',: '••.•'' ' - >7 ^ • <• '•, quality materials-^ sinootW •r.iyons, sheer lawas, cotlolis, and dress whole family! * ^ ^- up/ the

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