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6 Taead»r, Jan. 25, 1*44 MASON CITY GUJBE-GAZFTTF. '44 Problems Considered at Meeting Pointing out that a vicious kind of thinking has been done in 1943 and shows signs o£ carrying over into 1944, the Rev. Wilbur Dierking, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, adredssed ihe Woman's club current events de- ·partinent Tuesday morning in the library assembly, speaking on "Reviews and Previews." ' Mr. Dierking said that it has been almost possible to do any \ thinking -or- make a statement about anything without being labeled as affiliated with a particular ' group. "One problem which may come to us for the first time since Robert La Follette is the third, party in 1944. F. D R. can be nominated, II he wishes. What mari^will the republicans nominate? Willkie or Tom Dewey? If it is Dewey and F. D. R., then what? A third party, led by "Vice President Wallace and Wendell Willkie. Mr. Dierking commented on the new bill of rights offered by the president;and said that these are the things which the young people are interested in. He warned against the danger of the United States becoming a militaristic nation in 1944 and said. 7 that preparedness is in the constitution, but that it is not provided that we become a militaristic nation. "If the war continues, we will begin to think of the army l~ as an ultimate means and not an end." The third problem is a racial one, 'according' to Mr. Dierking who said that there will Have to.be some 'tall thinking about this-about! the whole racial 'question and'not-just certain phrases of'it. Discussing labor, Mr. Dierking warned against the danger of drawing class distinctions. He said that America has come of age and developed into a great industrial country, with labor becoming increasingly a part of the nation. \ In concluding his discussion, Mr. Dierking commented on the changes which are taking place in the young people at the front today and suggested- the need for teaching them impractical things like philosophy, art and poetry on their return. "We as a nation can produce," he said. "We're'smart _ mechanically, but you can't think too long about mechanical things without forgetting the spiritual «ide." At the close of his talk, Mr. Dierking answered questions from the group. Mrs. H. J. Steinberg presided. --o-- KAINBOW AUXILIARY MEMBERS HAVE PARTY Forty-second Bainbow Division Veterans auxiliary gave a surprise party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Meyers, 1026 2nd N. E., honoring Pfc. Ethel Brown of the WAC wh'o is here on furlough from Fort Custer, Mich. The time ·was spent playing court whist and refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Hattie Meyers, Jean Vars and Johanna Springer. Buy .War Savings Bonds and Stamps from yonr Globe-Gazette carrier boy. New Board Members Elected by Officers Installed by Order of Rainbow MISS IRENE THRAMS P. T. A. Plans Skating on Iowa River Iowa Falls--The Blanche Stoddard school P. T. A. will sponsor supervised skating on the -Iowa river for the remainder of the season. Mrs. Arthur Westbury is in charge of the project. Financial assistance will be given from the war and community chest funds. A supervisor will be at the river skating area.each school day from 4 to 6 p. m., and on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. The ice will be checked daily to determine if it is safe. When the weather turns cold, the parking area north of. the Blanche Stoddard school will 1 be sprayed to provide a safe skating place for younger children. Meeting Conducted byD.U.V.atHall Daughters of Union Veterans met in the Hi-12 clubrooms Monday evening with Mrs. Art Riekens presiding' at the session during which it was voted to join the March .of Dimes. Mrs. Frank Burgart, program chairman, Mrs. Verona Winchell, and Miss Marie Fuller read poems on President McKinley. 'Mrs. Winchell was appointed chairman-of a silver tea to be Held in "the near future.-It was decided to have a Valentine party at the meeting day which falls on Feb. 14. Refreshments will be served with Mrs. Bessie Bull as chairman. Miss Fuller presented a gift to Mrs. TJ. D. Helm, past president in, appreciation of her services during her term of office. Miss Irene Thrams was installed as worthy advisor- of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls Monday evening at the Masonic temple. Other officers installed include Dixie Geiler, worthy associate,adviser, Donna Lou Ervin,. chatity; Corinne McKibben, hope; Ardeen Kephart, faith; Betty Miller, recorder; Joy Farrer, treasurer; Peggy Scheef, chaplain; Marjory Wood, drill leader; Jane Louise Taylor, love; Phyllis Ruggles, religion; Alecia Rodgers, nature; Coral Dean Ostby, immortality; Dorothy Thrams, fidelity; Nellie Lou Sherwood, patriotism; Ruby Ina Donaldson, service; Anita H a z l e t t , confidential observer; * Shirley Farrer, outer observer: } Myrna DeWitt, musician; Donna Maye Triem, choir director. · · Installing officers, Phyllis Dale, * Dorothy Weyrauch Ristow, Mary t Gourley Woodward and Betty Koser Stephan were escorted to ( the assembly by the Master Masons, * Ernest Dale, M. Kephart, H. Mc- Kibbe'n and Ed Koser. Phyllis Thrams sang and Phyllis Zemanek played a violin solo during the installation of the worthy adviser. Gifts were presented to her by her parents and by Dixie 'Geiler, representing the members. Mrs. Marty New Board President Mrs. George Marty was elected president of the Y. W. C. A. board at a meeting which followed the annual session of the association Monday evening at the Y. W. Mrs. R. 'E. Smiley was named vice president, Mrs. John Dibble, secretary, and Mrs. E. O. Babcock, treasurer. Mrs. T. A. Burke, Mrs. Robert Glazer, Miss Ethel Ehlers, Mrs. Russell Girton, Mrs. Paul Pappas, Miss Odella McGowan and Mrs. D. K. Lundberg were elected to membership on the 'Y. W. C. A. board at the annual meeting. Miss Marie Kober made the report and announced that Mrs. Ward Hamilton, Mrs. E. O. Babcock, Mrs. R. E. Nyquist, Mrs. F. W. Vorhies and Mrs. Ray Pauley are-members of the nominating committee for the board. Mrs. E. D. Dunlop presided during the program which followed dinner. Speaker of the evening was Mrs. Marshall Monroe, mem-, her of the staff of the national board of the Y. W. C. A., from New York, who talked on "The Y. W. C. A. in the World Today." "I think 1944 is our big chance," Mrs. Monroe said. "The moment is now to build the kind of a world R MRS. GEORGE MARTY --Lock Photo Mrs. Nate Wood was installed as new mother adviser and Shirley Cagley read a poem during the ceremony. She received a gift from the assembly, presented by Betty Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Ed Koser, Mrs. Art Paxton. Mrs. Rose Corby and Mrs. Gray were installed as members of the board. Miss Thrams read a poem and presented corsages to her parents. Dorothy Thrams, Joy Farrer, Mrs. Hose Corby, Mrs. Ruth Paxton, Mrs. H. E. Kennedy, H. Arvid- sbn were presented. Irene Camel gave the rainbow pledge and Miss Thrams presented flowers to her officers and read a poem. Miss Lurana Warner presented a past worthy adviser's pin to Phyllis Dale and she received a white Bible from her father. Merit badges , were presented for attendance, and various activities in the assembly. Mrs. Florence Holmes spoke on her 2 years as mother adviser and Mrs. Woods the new mother adviser addressed the group. There was a formal banquet at he Cerro. Gordo hotel Monday evening for the worthy adviser and the officers. No surer relief in any aspirin. No aspirin can do more forjou than St. Joseph Aspirin. World's largest seller at Wt- 36 tablets 20)5. 100 tablets only 35#. St. Joseph S C3 i C? ' !M 2 COUPLES GRANTED MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage licenses have been is sued by the clerk of the Cerro Gordo county district court t Ronald Scales, 23, and Annetta Bendickson, 21, both of Mason City, and to Forest Abel, 28, and Margaret-Abel, 28, both of Mason City. --o-TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB ENTERTAINED Mrs. L. R. Bailey was hostess to the Twentieth Century club at a 1 o'clock luncheon Monday at the Adams home, 680 East State. The program included current events by Mrs. R. L. Jackson and a review of "Black and. Beautiful" by I Marius Forte, given by Mrs. H. J. I Bryant. ohurcn at Duncan Scene of Wedding Garner.-- R o s e m a r y Liska, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John Liska, Garner, became the bride of Alfred Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder of Garner Jan. IB at the St. Wenceslaus church in Duncan the Rev. Jaraslov Skluzacek officiating. Doris Liska of Great Lakes, III. sister of the bride, was the maic of honor, and Delores Anderson Mason City, was bridesmaid. Alvin Schroeder, twin brother of the bridegroom, was best man and Donald Liska, brother of the bride was the other attendant. A shower and wedding danc for, relatives and friends .was held at the Duncan community hall in the evening and a wedding din ner was served at the community hall for the immediate family. The bride is a graduate of th Hayfield high school. She was employed in Garner stores since graduation. The bridegroom attended the rural schools of the county and since has been farming. They will make their home on a farm northeast,of Garner. we want to build. It is hard to streamline a social institution, yet we must make the Y. W. C. A. modern, functional and beautiful as we can. The Y. W. C. A. was born in a war and has reached its greatest moments in crisis, often in war. ."Ah abundant Christian life for women and.girls' is the great purpose of the Y. \V. C. A. Our first concern is for girls." Mrs. Monroe pointed out that girls are leaving school early, taking Jobs and earning large amounts of money when they are not equipped for this kind of life. They are going into hasty, ill-considered marriages and thrust into the responsibility of being adults without the preparation they need for this kind of experience. Other problems which called for attention of the Y. W. C. A. discussed · by Mrs. Monroe included the need for global housekeeping, the right of women to work with dignity, the fact that there will be more women than men, more women than men working, the task of loving with responsibility, the increasing^ single woman, the need of helping women jo face their citizenship duties. "One of our greatest responsi- )ilities is to build a world society," Mrs. Monroe said. The program also included mu- Ical numbers by Mrs. B. Raymond Westoh.who sang "The Angels Are Stooping" by Ganz and "Del ca- Sorority Is Given Talk on Beauty Mrs. Kenneth Thompson presented the lesson "The Body Beautiful" at the meeting of the Alpha Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held Monday evening at her home at 830 ?nd S. W. She told the group "personal .beauty is a better introduction than any letter. The way to beauty lies through a decreasing of the causes of ugliness, bad clothing poor parents, faulty feeding anc improper modes of life. Do away with them and the human body will reacK ideal beauty, for perfect beauty ^and perfect health are one 'and the same thing." She especially emphasized proper nutrition and planned exercise as important aids to the body beautiful. 'In conclusion she said "beauty is fortunately an elastic term anc often exists only in the eye of th beholder. What is attractive to Beta Sigma Phi to Buy War Bond Iowa Beta Phi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority voted to purchase a $25 war bond at its meeting Monday evening at the Hotel Hanford. Plans were made for serving apples'for a week to the service jnen and women at the Milwaukee depot. Miss Wanda Jones presented the lesson on "How · to Win Friends and Influence People," pointing out that the first rule for getting people to like you is to become genuinely interested in other people. The second rule given by Miss Jones is "Smile," and the third that a man's name is to him the sweetest and most important sound in the English language. Rule 4 presented by Miss Jones s "Be a good listener," rule 5, Make the other^person feel im- ortanf." *' SOCIAL' * CALENDAR . ,. TUESDAY Masonic Social club-- 6:30, Hotel Hanford Women's orchestra-7, Music hall. Friendly Bunch class-Grace Evangelical church parlors. Clio club--Mrs. Bert Brett, 420 North Federal. ' United Service Women-7:30, Service Men's club.- Milwaukee clubs-8, clubrooms, benefit for Canteen. Odd Fellows-8, I. O. O. F. hall. West Haven Dorcas circle-7:30, Mrs. Dan Allen. FBI SPEAKER -- "Youth -Delinquency" will be the subject to be discussed by J. L. Dai- ton of the FBI at the meeting of the High School Parent-Teacher association Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the high school auditorium. The meeting.has been opened to all who are interested, whether or not they are members o£ the association. Mr. Dalton is special agent in charge of the Des Moines office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. WEDNESDAY Denuiuer. Y V U d l 15- a L L L a u u v e LU , --.... one may be repellent to another. Bl °)« ello mas sutil" by Obradors, accompanied by Mrs. Morris Laird. The. Hi-Tri girls' trio, Connie latges, Dorothy Johnson and Vtaxine Dillon, accompanied by Vliss Ruth Behrens, sang "Stardust" by Carmichael. Miss Dillon sang "The Girls of Old Cadiz" by Delibes and Miss Hatges. "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice" from 'Sampson and Delilah" by Saint Saens. Three Girl Reserves spoke on Therefore, no human being 'is without some qualities that engage and attract, while the cultivation of the mind and soul lead to a spiritual beauty Dy means of which the homeliest person is transformed." The rest of the evening was spent playing cards, following which the social committee, com- tfosed of Miss Helen Meyer, Miss Cleo Kurd, Mrs. Kenneth Thompon, and assisted by Miss Loretta Welsh, served lunch. Mrs. F. E. McDonald, Cincinnati!, Ohio, a former member of :he sorority, was a guest. Scales-Bendickson Wedding Performed at Wesley Parsonage Annetta Bendickson and Seaman Ronald Scales were married at the Wesley Methodist parsonage by Dr. Paul Arnold Peterson, Jan. 22. Miss Bendickson is the daughter of Mrs. Rika Stepleton 4 BIRTHDAYS AKE CELEBRATED Friends and relatives gathered at the home of Charles Booth, 38 15th N. E., to celebrate the birthdays of Kenneth Abrams, Mrs. Don Abrams, Otto Abrams and Charles Booth.* The youngest of the 4 is Kenneth Abrams, 1 year old, and the oldest, the grandfather, 68 years old. There were 11 guests. BABY CABS Formerly Priced at 19.95 GOING AT 9*95 While They Last- Compact! Easily Handled! Folds to easily-carried, 21-Ib. package. No trouble getting in.or out of house. Sturdy wood frame. Whipcord cover. Quiet running wheels, with rubber tires. Second Floor WhenYburlnnank" ore Crying the Hues 23 E. Sl*fe MMOH City, low* WHEN CONSTIMTMN mikn Jon feel yank «s the dickens, brings on stomtca apset, soar taste, gusy discomfort, Uke Dr. ClJdweU's funous medicine to quickly poll the trigger °n I*ZT "innards", and belp yon feel bright and chipper apon. ML CALBWCLL'S is the wonderful senna Itx«tiTC conttinedTm good old Sfrnp Pep- tin to make it so easy to take. MANY BOCTIMU ose pepsin preparations ia prescriptions to make tbe medi cine more palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure your laxative is contained in Syiup Pepsin ·ntSTON D«.CMM»CLX.'S--thefarorite ·( nillionsior SO years,andfeelthatwhole- ·ome relief from constipation. Eten finicky children lore it. ' CAUTION: Us* only *» directed. their club activities, Rita Ebert representing McKinley, Patricia McPcek, Roosevelt, and Delores O'Gaard, Monroe. --o-Miss Betty Quintus Weds Red Aldinger at Garner Churcb Garner -- Miss Betty Quintus, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Quintus, was married at the United Presbyterian church in Garner Jan. 23 to\ Cpl. Rex. Aldinger of Alexander by the Rev. W. A. Pollock. The bride entered the church with her father who gave her in marriage. The wedding marches were, played by Miss Evelyn Wadsworlh who also accompanied Miss Vera Ryner of Mason City who sang. In the bridal party were Miss Ivanelle Quintus. sister ox the bride, Miss Deloris Meyer, cousin of the bride, Miss Maxine Christensen, Carol Humphrey, John Wendell Humphrey, Franz Aldinger, Lawrence Radloff, Max Christensen, Bob Schneider and Gordon Quintus. The bride was graduated from entura high school and. was ho sen band queen in her senior ear. For 2 years she was em- loyed at Kluver's in N o r a prings and the past year has ieen working at Buttrey's in Maon City. , The bridegroom is a son of Mr. nd Mrs. W. P. Aldinger of Alexinder and before enlisting in November, 1943, was engaged in op- rating a general store in Alexan- ler. He is now stationed at Greeley, Colo., as an x-ray technician. He graduated 'from Alexander high school. A reception for 120 relatives and friends was held at the church parlors following the ceremony and refreshments were in charge of Mrs. Victor Meyer, Miss Frieda Radloff and Mrs. Ray Radoff, aunts of the bride and Mrs. Milton Patterson, and Mrs. -Einer Christiansen. of 315 24th S. W. and Mr. Scales is the son'of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Scales of 41S 5th S. E. The bride" is accompanying her husband to .his new assignment the east. New Blouse 9:30, Y. W. C. A. Helpalot club-12:30, Mrs. C. W. Abbott, 424 2nd N. W. Emanon club-1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Bridge club-1. Mrs. Roy Bosworth, 123 2nd S. E. Oweso club-1:15, Mrs. R. E. Robertson, 1615 Delaware S. E. '. V. G.-2, Moose hall, public card party. Central Lutheran guild-2:30, church parlors.: · ted Cross Volunteers--* · . 7 to ;9,-' surgical dressings room, 211 North Federal. ' Bethlehem Ladies aid-7:30, northwest circle, 1 Mrs. C. A.'Hinz, 145 12 N. W.; 8, southwest circle, Mrs. Elmer Lutz, 907 Madison N. W. Fortnishtly club-1:45, Mrs. George A. Smith, 813 East State. Degr.ee of Honor Carnation club-2, Mrs. Albert Nixt, 820 llth N. E. Baptist Kumdnbble class-6:30, Baptist church, program at 8:30. Lincoln Parent Education group-7:30, Lincoln school. Club Women Go Over Top in War Fund AlKoni --The Iowa State Federation of Clubs has been spon- ·soring a "Buy a Bomber" campaign among affiliated clubs in the state. The 10 clubs in Kossuth county that are federated .have bought bonds and stamps amounting to §20,915 cost price. The original quota asked was $10 a member. There are 242 members of participating.clubs in the county and with the final purchase of bonds these members have bought-. 8 times as many bonds as asked of them. Mrs. M. L. Peterson of Titonka is county club president and she is also chairman for the woman's war fund drive. Mrs. R. C. Weaver Elected President . at Leader Meeting Girl Scout Leaders association met at the Y. W. C. A. .Monday evening and plans were.made r for a fiesta to be given in March and for the completion of the international friendship study. Officers for the new year were Convention ofU.S.W. Is Planned -- A Cerro Gordo county coriv tion of United Service Wo of America will be held P. G. E. auditorium Wednesd starting at 11 o'clock and conti uing through the day, Mrs. C Rice, district president, announc A covered dish luncheon will served at noon. Participating units include 1 servey, Thornton, Clear Lake , 2 from Mason City. Mrs. Rice has notified i members in other Cerro county towns, urging attend at the meeting, where instructio will be given on organizatid Mothers, wives, sisters and da ters of persons in the armed i ices are eligible for memb The convention -will dressed by Mrs. F. H. Herrald, dora, state executive secret; Mrs. Louise Riggert, Allison, : ler county president, who speak on "Service Women ir Post-War World," and Mrs. I O'Leary, Mason City, who discuss the work of service wo in the.Red Cross. 50th Anniversary Observed by Pair Hampton--Mr. and Mrs. Char! Harrison of Hampton celebratf their fiftieth wedding anniv Sunday with open house ; home from 2 to 5 o'clock. Both Mr. and Mrs. Harrison ; lifelong residents of Frank! Dffic Battl , . . . Weaver; secretary, Eleanore Hae. Retiring president is Mrs. Earl Sheka, the retiring secretary, Mrs. Weaver. The next meeting--a training meeting--will be held Feb. 21 at a place to be announced later. Bismuth is used in many remedies for indigestion. county. She was iprmerly Ml Christina Kruggel. They were ma ried at Hansel! and lived on farm in that vicinity for a nu ber of years. After they reti from farming and moved I Hampton, Mr. Harrison served ' deputy sheriff of this county several years. The Harrisons ha one child, -Dallas M. Harrison Hampton, and 4 grandsons, 3. them in service. Among those present were IVl and Mrs. J. E. Gibson of Hamptol whose wedding attendants tlf Harrisons were just before thf| own wedding. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT GARNER Garner--County Clerk Raw issued 4 marriage lice the past week to Alfred Schroede 21, and Rosemary Liska, 18, b of Garner; Glen Arthur Berg 22, Williams, MinrL,"and Ma A. Heacox, 25, of Britt; Aldinger, 24, ^y Alexander,. Betty Quintus, 20, Garner; ' ·Lr Hanson, 28/and Leona? dofer, 18, both of Garner. CIIES'TER GIRL WEDS IN EAST/ Chester--Mr. and Mrs. RussJ Daughten received the announcl ment of their daughter, Peg marriage to Pfc. Joe DeMe Jan. 22 at Cape May, N. J., whe he is stationed with the roaring Buy War Savings Bonds Stamps from your Globe-: carrier boy. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Carl Fick, Girl Scout executive, has left for Kansas City where she will attend a Girl Scout conference. On .Thursday there will be a regional meeting of commissioners and' regional committees with · the professionals. Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be devoted to a sectional meeting of the National, Association of Girl Scout Executives at Unity' farm. Mrs. Herve A. Towner, 108 Linden drive, has "left for Winona, Minn., where she will visit relatives. Mrs*. Towner plans to spend some time in Minneapolis before returning home. Gloria Green, Waterloo, was a weekend guest of Eleanore Rae, 101 Linden drive. Following -the basketball game Friday evening Miss Rae entertained a group of girls. Refreshments were served after a social evening. t ANNOUNCES CONTEST Garner--Mrs. C. L. Strate, Americanization chairman for the local unit" of the American Legion auxiliary announced that a "Know Your America" contest will be ( conducted in the 7th and 8th grades in the Garner schools. Two prizes will be provided by the auxiliary. Try This Old Home-Mix* Cough Relief. Surprisii Chad Could Make It No Cooking. Big Saving. You may not know it, but, in your own kitchen, you can easily prepare a really surprising relief for coughs due to colds. It's old-fashioned--your mother probably used it--but for real results, it can't "ba beaten. any druggist. This is a special 3ound of proven ingredients, in centrated form, well known'' prompt action in throat and bro iial irritations. Put the Pines into a pint and add your syrup. Thus you a full pint of really splendid coul syrup, ana you get about four times] First, mako a syrup by stirrins 2 much for your money. It never. cups granulated sugar and one cup of water a few moment^ until dissolved. Or you can use corn syrup or liquid honey, instead of sugar syrup. No cooking needed. It's no troubles .Thea get 2'A ounces of Pinei 1 from and children love its pleasant -1 , And for quick relief r lt's a trorid It loosens the phlegm, soothes the' tated membranes, eases the sorei and makes breathing easy. If-, pleased, your money will be refund HONOR NEWLYWEDS Bancroft--A parly honoring Lt. and Mrs. Harold Presthus was held at the Hans Presthus home. The gtoup presented Mr. and Mrs. Harold Presthus with a wedding present. They were married at Oklahoma City, Okla., Aug. 14. Portable pipe-lines, in light 20- foot sections, were used to transport fuel and water quickly in the united nations' north African campaign. " . ' v Your favorite suit deserves a crisp white blouse--and you "can match your lighthearted Spring mood with either of these 2 charmers. No. 3429 in size 16 requires 2 yards 35-inch or 39-inch fabric. Send 16c for PATTERN, which includes complete sewing guide. Print your Name, Address and Style Number plainly. Be sure to state size you \Yish. The SPRING F A S H I O N BOOK is now ready. Illustrates 150 pattern styles in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order early.' lac a copy, or only lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. Address P A T T E R N DEPARTMENT, Globe - Gazette, 121- W. 19th Si., New York 11, -N..Y. : · - . ' ·: · ' - · . - ' · ' · · Garner--Guy M. Butts, president of the Exchange State bank at Wesley was a business visitor in Garner the fore part of the week. Eagle Grove -- Mrs. Margaret Christensen has returned from a 3 weeks' trip to New York City and Washington, D. C., where she visited friends during the holidays. She attended the national cosmetologists' convention while in Washington. FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL ,__ PHOTO STUDIO Next J. 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