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February 24, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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X Soil^Conservation Will Bring $10,000,000 to Iowa m m m ^ · · · ··*· · ·« ^ _ _ _ . IMBMiiiiniMaMimMMiimMi^iifiiivu^^^^..... ... . ' ~ · . J ^^ ^F^^ ^B^B* AMOUNT HIGHER THAN LAST YEAR Payments Will Be Made Under 5-Point Basis Des Moines, (£) -- More than $10,000,000 will be paid Iowa farmers this year for soil conservation practices, A. J. Loveland chairman of the state triple A committee, said Thursday. The amount, the largest sinev the soil conservation program was established in 1936, is $10,239,000 compared with approximately $8 000,000 distributed last year. The limit which any farmer may ge is 50 cents an acre on cropland anc non-crop pasture. Payments this year will be inqde principally on a 5-poin program, Loveland said. The practices for which payments will be made are contour farming, plowing under red, alsike and swee clover; spreading lime, spreading fertilizer and harvesting hay seed "These conservation practices ·are designed to increase produc- pion and help meet the higher flood goals set,lor 1944," Lovelanc 1 said. Contour farming is expected to show a considerable increase due to the program, as is the spreading o£ lirrie. However, the increased amount of lime used will depend upon the manpower and facilities available to move it. Community triple A committeemen now are calling upon farmers to obtain statements of their intentions concerning the program. The committeeman explains what the farmer can earn by the practices and how they will increase production. The farmer ·then outlines the program he intends to follow. Farmers will be asked to make their own reports of whether they l:. complied with the practices they li expressed intention to carry out |J Payments will be made on the basis of their reports. |i SET MEETING DATE I Kensett--The date set for the iim"? Ua ,! meeting of the Kensett I. lelephopi company is Saturday, I March 4, at the lodge hall. If ~ KLEHESRUD SPEAKS . fR »! ke ,T The Fel ruary meeting i o£ . th f. p - T. A. was held at the | schoolhouse Tuesday evenin" with state representative T h e o d o r e ! Klemesrud of Thompson, speaker Swore at PILES! But Now He SMILES I YOU nuy imilo too. l;si . 33 YEARS ON JOB -- One of Manly's oldest businessmen Is Jake Kraus \vho has operated nis mercantile store since 1911. He is s(Hl the first on-the job in the morning, the last to leave at night. He says he would "rather wear out than rust out." No Qualms of Conscience in Killing- Japs Nashua--Marvin Bromley, wh made his home with Mr. and Mrs fatuart Hatzky, has written then that he has seen terrific actio: m the Marshall Islands, and tha liunling Japs there is like hunt mg rabbits in Iowa. All Japs one to thinks of in killmi get them before the' get you. There is no qualms conscience. At one time a Jap jumped ou foxhole. Marvin shot him of a 1 -..-- ·. · · ! . J l l U t 1 1 1 1 1 1 then crawled into Ihc foxhole only to encounter another Jap "° " his gun at once and go He drew him. Measles Cause Death of Child III j 1 Days Decorah -- William Theodor wold, 14 month old son of Mr. and VIrs. John Bertram Wold died after an illness of 11 days with measles. The funeral was hek Saturday at 5 p. m. at the Olson- .verson funeral home with the Sev. Oliver Fjelstad officiating iunal was in the Lutheran cemetery. The child was born Dec. 11 1942, and is survived by his parents and one sister, Alice Mae Wold, 21,4 years old. CROWD SEES MINSTKEL Garner--"The Victory Roar o£ 44" played to approximately l.OOC )eople Tuesday evening at 'the high school auditorium. The :rowd was by far the largest ever o attend a Lion's club minstrel F A R M S E E D S EARL MAY SAYS - - SEED OATS . . . Tama and Boonc Varieties in both Certified and Uncertified. A TM"**, m P O A T O E S Irish Cobblers. Earlv ' RED CLOVER . . . Medium Red (99% Pure) SWEET CLOVER . . . Several lots, ail high pur- nv and high germmaUon. LAWN GRASS SEED I 000 so ft ' *«s S es. 5 sq - ff 5 Ibs. Only $1 .95 BABY CHICKS . . . £et lhe benc{Hs of ·zed breeding for Faster SUrfj Qujcker GTO Birds, Great Bir E KS . Avoid disappointment. Come in yours * ow - Ask abOBt 10 Frce with EARL MAY'S STORE NURSERY STOCK AND SEEDS ."Mso.\ err* 216 South Federal Avc. Telephone 756 RETIRED FARMER DIES SUDDENLY H.S. Swale, 79, Was Las of Large Iowa Family West Union--H. S. Ssvale, 79 died Wednesday morning after a illness of 2 days. He was a retiree farmer. Survivors are his widow and on son, Charles Swale, West Union 4 daughters, Mrs. David Hanc near Hawkeye; Mrs. G. W. Adams Balboa, Canal Zone; Mrs. Alber Cook, Wadena; and Mrs. H. P Richardt, Rochester. He is tile last survivor of a large family of brothers and on sister, all born in the neighbor hood northwest of West Unioi and long prominent in that lo cality. Mr. and Mrs. Swale were married 54 years ago, Sept. 17 1943. He was a member o£ the Methodist church. The funera will be conducted by the Rev Sterling J. Baldwin at 2 p. m Saturday from the West Union church. Kasper Lemfers Dies; Rites to Be Thursday Eagle Grove--Kasper Lemfers 83, widower,, retired farmer, diet at the Bangston nursing home in Goldfield, Monday. Funeral 'services were to be held at the Wilson chapel, Thursday at 2 p. m., in charge of the Rev. C. W. Tompkins, ot the Methodist church with burial in the family lot ir the Holland cemetery, south of Kanawha. Surviving .are 4 sous and 2 daughters; Ben. of Kanawha Jake, of Eagle Grove; Albert, o Williams; Dick, of Wimbleton, N Dak.; Mrs. Siert Lemfers, of Cedai ?alls, and Mrs. Oliver Severson Valley City, N. Dak., also by one 31-othcr, Ben Lemfers, Forreston 111. The wife died in January 1930. --: i: Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations CLARION--The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. lohn Fenninger. Mrs. L y n n Thompson will be the speaker FERTILE--The Lutheran church a dies' aid will meet in the church parlors Wednesday. Lunch will be erved by Mrs. H. E. Okland and Mrs. Nels Okland. KANAWHA--The C...D. H. S. Bridge club will meet at the home of Mrs, Wayne Yeakel Friday eve- ling. KANAWHA--The K a n a w h a Woman's Country club will meet Saturday afternoon at the home if Mrs. Floyd Jurgens. BELMOND--Lenten devotions i-ill be held every Friday and Sunday nights during the Lenten sea- on at St. Francis Catholic church POPEJOY--The February meet- ng of the Oak Hill Association will be held Friday afternoon with Mrs. Lloyd Kurd GOODELL--Mrs. J. J. Cook, 'resident of the Missionary society vill have charge of the world's day_ program service Friday at 1:15 a. m. and at 2 p. m. JOICE--The Joicc Music Moth- rs will hold their regular meeting Monday evening at the high school uditorium. JOICE--The Lutheran Brother- ood meeting which was scheduled for next Monday evening has een changed to Tuesday evening t the Bethany Lutheran church. NORTHWOOD--Members of the Vorthwood F. F. A. chapter were uests of the Albert Lea, Minn., hapter Monday evening. Twcnty- our Northwood members and icir sponsor, Dean H. Nerdig at- endecl. PLYMOUTH--The local Auxil- ary of the American Legion, spon- orcd a "Stamp Tea" on Wash- ngton's birthday. Cpl. Bud Koc ·as one of 'the speakers. The. amp sale amounted to more than LUVERNE--Mrs. Wilson Legler ·as hostess Tuesday to the newly rganized Victory club. Officers ere elected as follows: President rs. Evelyn Marty; vice presi- cnt, Mrs. Curtis Morgan; sccre- ary, Mrs. Eleanor Kubly; treas- rer, Mrs. Merle Eittreim. H E R E and T H E R E Fertile--Mervln Stevens drove o Rochester, Minn., Saturday to bring his wife and her mother, Mrs. Auhry Orcutt, home. Dumont--Mrs. Don Heard received word t h a t her husband Corporal Heard, had arrived in England. StacyvlUe--Pvt. Herbert ' Werner of Camp Sennin, Tex,, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Florentine Werner. On his return he will be sent to California. Faulkner--Pf c . Joseph Keninger m training with the array ail- force at Jefferson Barracks, Mo is home on furlough at the F L Keninger home. F e r t i l e -- p f c . Robert Jorgenson ot Camp Adair, Ore., arrived at the parental Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jorgenson home for a 7 day furlough. His sister. Cadet Catherine Jorgenson, who is in training at Wesley Memorial hospital in .Chicago came to spend the weekend w i t h her brother. Ridgeway -- pf c . H » k e--Mr. :mcl Mrs. Clifford Rchpohl and children Donna and Robert of Dululh, Minn., spent a couple of days with friends here i?" wi . th his Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Rehpohl at Elmore Minn. They are former Rake residents. Wesley--Fabian Wingert who parents and . -. - --T- Ray Whitmer arrived Saturday from Camp Sibert, Ala., to spend a 7 day furlough with his wife and friends Dougherty--Mrs. B e r t Logan left Monday for Marovia, Cal to see her daughter, Lt. Gladys Logan, before she goes overseas. Latimer-- Miss Margaret Malin ? · L . lv ^ rmore visited with her friend, Mrs. W. T. Johnson, Monday. luverne-- Harold Lichty, who has had a 2 weeks' leave from his duties as second class control fireman, returned Monday evening i - Tom left Saturday for Washington D who came recently sick leave. C., where she will be employed as governess in the home of friends who work in civil service Fertile--Harlan Thompson, who is stationed at Las Vegas Nev is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thomp- Stacyville--Robert Schrandt of :he navy B-12, attending St. Ambrose college at Davenport, is on T 5 day leave at the home ot his mother, Mrs. William Schrandt Fertile--Miss Vada Eikonbary, who is a student at Whealon college, Wheaton, 111., arrived at the wrental Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Eiken- :ary home for a visit. She came at this time to see her brother, Warrant Officer Charles Eikenbary for a 21-day Sheffield--Mrs. Lillian Gherrett, 3maha, came Tuesday for a visit with her daughter. Mrs. Walter Bielefeld. Dougherty--Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Smith spent Tuesday in Frost Minn., at the Frank Harmon home. Latimer--Miss Edna Rasmussen, inior high teacher in the Latimer Jublic schools, is- a patient in the -.utheran hospital in Hampton laving undergone a major opera- ion recently. Clarion--T/Cpl. Leland Wanken of Camp Claiborne, La., is spend- ng a 14 day furlough with his areiits, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wanken. Wesley--L. L. Lease and J. P. Studer, as 8th district commander md adjutant, respectively, at- ended the February conference of he commanders and adjutants of he American Legion at DCS \Ioines this week. Rake--Pfc. Lowell Lund lias seen transferred from Polk Field f. Car., to Baer Field, Ft. Wayne' and Mrs. Henry nd. Wesley--Mr. DIES IN IMINXEArOUS Nashua--Mrs. A. J. Lundgrcn of Boruj), Minn., sister oC Mac and John McGregor. Nashua, anc who grew to womanhood here died in a hospital in Minneapolis Monday. She is survived by the husband and 2 daughters, Mrs. Carl Sharpe, of Minneapolis and Mrs. Lynn Sharpe, of Los Angeles. Mutter's Woit'ng Hands Soothe Colds' Mes ° assurance when the P P e d *-j~"Tu' ~T J --"v**«d* handa poeaegs. cold '3*mi "^ * own w * y *° tremt sanda of mother* know from lonz era*. r»m,, th»t one good w»y tardier? eofe* ·'" «hes--loo«en tight cou ghs and ingested1 nostrils n to use Pcno . o w , «Mo aromatic odor and is always pica- ant to use. Once you try Pcnclro. you'll always want to keep it handy for that n«t cold. If not delighted-lhe pur- chaw price will to refunded-250-double rupply 35c- Alwayj dcsaod Penetro. Iwanson were honored Sunday light at the. Congregational church n observance of their silver wcd- ling anniversary. SpHlvilte -- Mrs. Edward G. Wag- aer and infant son, Calvin George, etumed from the Decorah hos- ital Sunday. Thornton -- Mr. and Mrs. Foster Andrews of. Cedar Falls, spent the veekend here attending the fu- eral services of Mr. Andrews' "ster. Mrs. Leland Gulberg. Dougherty -- Thomas Brady ot liles City, Mont., arrived Monay to visit his brother, James rady and other relatives. Luvernc-- Mrs. I. H. Chapman spent several days last \vcek with her sister, Martha Kabele at Dows, also visited at Belmond and Goldfield. Sfacyviile-- Ladies of the Methodist church tendered a farewell party at the Charles Pettit home Wednesday. The Pettits will move March 1 to a new farm which they purchased near Colwell. Faulkner-- F. L. Keninger was in Chicago Monday to market 30 head of fat cattle of his feeding. Fertile _ Cpl. Mnriyn Sheimo left for Marsh Field. Cal., a f l c r a week's furlough al (he home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sheimcj- Shefficld -- Mrs. feld submitted lo a Walter Biele- major opera- tion at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton Tuesday. Riagewajr-- Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hove moved from Lime Springs to the Olavus Hanson farm 5 miles north of here which they purchased recently. Latimer -- Mrs. Gerald Walrod went to Belmond for a visit with her mother-in-law, Mrs. William Walrod. Clarion-- Lt. James L. Vandcr- Berg arrived Wednesday for a 10-day furlough with his wife and daughter at the D. B. Swisher tome. Lieutenant VanderBerg s graduated from officers' Mining school at Ft. Monmouth, N. J., Monday. Wesley-- A. J. Hildman, who is on the Kossuth county road patrol out of Wesley, went to DCS Moincs where he is receiving treatments at the Veterans' hospital. R a k c -- Miss Wanda Quam rc- urncd home Sunday after spcnd- ng the past few months witli her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Has Oswald at Anoka, Minn. She was employed at a cafe there attends an academy at Milwaukee visited with his parents, the Louis Wingerts. Madeline Studer Marjory Lickteig and A l i c e Kitchsmeier, all who attend the Good Council Academy at Mankato, spent the weekend here at their homes. Kanawha--Mrs. Florence Townsend, who has been visiting in (ho Jiomc of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roblin, has gone to Eldora to visit another brother before returning to her home at Fort Slocum. N. Y. Luverne--Mrs. Paul Beckman and daughter, Linnette, and Eleanor Beckman, went to Cedar Falls recently for a visit at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Beckman. Thornton--Mrs. Tom Peterson is spending several days with her daughters at Lincoln, Ncbr. Allison--Mrs. Charles Benter of Allison was taken to the Mercy hospital at Waverly for observation and X-rays. Manly-- Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Holland Sunday, for 6 o'clock dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helland and family of Manchester, Minn., and Mr and Mrs. Carl Helland and daughter, Marian, of Haywood, Minn. The men are brothers. Wesley--Mi-, and Mrs. Ben Schrauth were honored at a silver wedding anniversary surprise parly Sunday. Thornton--Mrs. E. N. Guldber" accompanied her son, Leland, and daughters, Gwynnrae and Valoris, to Waterloo Monday. Popejoy -- Mrs. Ed Ingebritson and daughter, Fayc. of Staples Mum., are visiting in the Floyd and Owen Ingebritson homes. Luvenie--Betty Ramus of Des Moines, was a visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus, Sunday. Pvt. and Mrs. Bert Ramus of Jefferson Barracks, Mo., are also spending a ic\v days at (lie Otio Ramus home. Stacyville--A farewell party was held at the Frank Mauer home honoring their son Roman, who was inducted into the navy at Des Moines. · Mescrvey--Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Akkerman of Eldora, spent the weekend at the parental C. F. Ralston home. Coulter--Pvt. Allyn Freese arrived from Camp Fannin, Texas, for a 7-day furlough with his parents in Coulter. He will be transferred to Fort Ord, Cal. Sheffield--Mrs. S. B. Moore and daughter, Carolyn Ann, Omaha are visiting Mrs. Lizzie Jones, this week. Kidgeway--Pvt. Leonard Magnus is here from Ft. Custer, Midi to spend a 10-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Magnus. Latimer--Cornelius Dirksen of Dai-fur, Minn., visited Sunday and ! Monday with his brother, PJndc ' Dirksen. and other relatives, re turning to his home Monday aftcr noo'n. Clarion--Mr. and Mrs. E. A Breckcnridge and daughter, San dra, of Kansas City, Mo., arrived Saturday for a week's visit will his sister. Miss Florence Breckenridge, and her mother, Mrs. John Woodin. Rake--Mr. and Mrs. Rober Waller of Harlow, N. Dak., were guests at the Carl Herein home this week. Wesley--Mr. and Mrs. Josepl Hanig are the parents of a son Joseph, their first child, born a St. Joe, Mo. The father is in a camp near there. Ha field--Victor C. Waldeck and R. A. Schlawin, who have been patients at hospitals at Mason City, have returned home and are recuperating here. Wesley--S. Sgt. Paul Carman left Monday night for his camp in Texas, having been home on a few days furlough. Pvt. Paul Lor- cnz left for Omaha to join company following a furlough with home folks. He had been stationed at Sheppard Field, Texas. Kanawha--Pvt. and Mrs. Orville Faber are enjoying a week's furlough in the parental L. E. Faber and G. W. Judd homes. Orville is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood Mo. ' Dougrhcrty--H. H. Smith o[ San Bernardino, Cal., is visiting hi brother, Boyd Smith. IOWA BOY DIES IN NEW GUINEA Cpl. Grant Rohlwing, 23, Was in Anti-Aircraft . ,- - -~r--"t,a -- Mr. and Mrs, Albert J. Nagel of Nora Springs received word this week that their nephew, Cpl. Grant Rohlwing, 23, whom they had raised from childhood, died Feb. 1C in New Guinea, where he had been located for the past month. Further particulars would be forth* soon, the message prom- Corporal Rohlwing entered the service Dec. 23, 1942, and his only visit at home since then was 2 days on a weekend pass over Memorial day last spring. He was sent overseas in July and had been stationed in Australia until about a month ago. He was at;?-- to an anti-aircraft divi- by his father, of T a c o m a, , v , ,, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nagel, and his fiancee, Miss Betty Tumilson, o£ Rockford His mother died when he was 3 years of age and since that time he had made , his home with the Nagels. He was reared in Rockford and attended the Rockford high school. He is survived Ernest Rohlwing Wash., his uncle Shirley Mae Marovets Is Victim of Pneumonia Charles City--Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p. m. at Grossmann's chapel here for Shirley Mae Marovets, 2 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Marovets, who died Tuesday afternoon at the Cedar Valley hospital. She had been ill with rheumatic fever and later developed pneumonia. The Rev. H. M. Grant will officiate and interment will be m Greenwood cemetery at Nashua. She is survived by her parents, j. brothers, Jerry Lee and Ronald Leroy, also by her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jones of Charles City, Mrs. Katherine Marovets of Ionia and her great grandmother, Mrs. Wesley Jones, Of Na«!hiij ?i o n n * f n n ,j . . . . _ i _ _ of Nashua, 5 aunts and uncles. To Invest Girl Scouts in Special Ceremony Garner-- Troops l ,,,,d 2 of (lie Uiirner Girl Scouts will be invested in ii special ceremony Friday at 7:30 p. m. j,, the high school gymnasium. Forty-£ i v e girls will be admitted into the organization. The ceremony will be read by Uic 2 captains, Miss Mary Alyce fiaders and Mrs. E F. Bock. .f' le Program will he opened \vilh the flag ceremony. Donna Lou Bethke is color bearer, and the color guards are Mary Margaret Bock, Joan Steinberg, Katherine Flood and Roberta Arm^ strong. The charter will be presented to the Rotary club spon- s o r i n g organization, w i t h Don Roe, president, receiving the charter for the club. he girls wi " a pageant, , . , , - - , "Winning Together," readers for which will be Jackies Elling, T^, Ku ?. ke ' GIoria Greiman and Patty Phillips. The program will close with the Girl Scout liv mg circle. Miss Evelyn Wadsworth will be in charge of the musi Mrs. Leonard Knudson Dies; Rites Wednesday Osage--Mrs. Alfred Ask, Ida Gaarder, and Henry Gaarder left Tuesday evening to attend the funeral of their sister, Mrs. Leonard Knudson, at Withe, Wis Mrs Knudson, reared in Mitchell county, near St. Ansgar, died Saturday at the age of 52. , Mrs. Knudson was born at Alny. Wis., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elef Gaarder. The family moved to a farm near St. Ansgar where she completed her grade and high school education Uter teaching a short while, she was married to Leonard Knudson Surviving are her husband Leonard Knuclson, her mother Mrs. Elef Gaarder of Osa«e · daughters, Mrs. Howard Ruth of Appleton, Wis., Nadine, at home i sons, Leonard, Jr., of Stillwater Minn, and Omer, at home Also 3 sisters Mrs. Alfred Ask and Ida Gaarder of Osage, and Mrs. Carl jolberg of Carpenter, and · orothers, Henry of Osage, and Ed of Saulsalito, Cal Thursday, Feb. 21, 1941 7 MASOX crry GLOBE-G.\ZETTE COURT OF HONOR TO BE AT MANLY District Meeting Is Planned for March 23 Kenseft--Plans f o r a district- wide court of honor, to be held at Manly on March 23, were made at the regular monthly meeting of the Worth district Boy Scout committee in Kensett Tuesday evening. Preceding the court o£ honor a board of review will be held in Northwood Monday, March 20 Carl Sheimo, chairman of advancement, is making arrangements. The district committee will meet in Manly Tuesday, March 21. Reports on scout activities during anniversary week were given at the district committee meeting by Fritz Schulte of Kensett, chairman of camping and activities. Other reports were made by Dr R. A. Phillips of Kensett, com- . missioner; G. S. Cleveland -o: Northwood on organization and extension; and Lou Madson ot Northwood on finance. Peeler Skram, Kensolt, chairman o£ the district, presided at the meeting. Rocky Sam Fined $25 on Charge of Speeding Garner--Rocky Sam Lupino oC Minneapolis, was fined $25 and costs Sunday by Justice R. J. Fritsch on the charge of speeding in a restricted zone "near Goodell. Arrest was made by a highway patrolman. Ships Shark Meat Augusta, Maine, (U.R--No points necessary for one of Maine's delicacy exports! Fishing officials say (heir stale has shipped nearly 10 000 pounds of shark meat to middle west fanciers in just 1 month. AT FIRST JIOKOFA USE 666 «6 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS DIES I\ WASHINGTON' (Jooiicll--Wore! \vns received nt Hie death of Sirs. Clarence Bockwith, 77. at her home in Seattle, Wash., Feb. 12. She suffered a broken hip 2 weeks previously The Beckwiths lived here about 50 years ago. She will be remembered as Delia Bobbins, a daughter oE John. Bobbins. two packages FULLERTON LUMBER CO. PHONE 642 ... but the « same Rich Coffee IKE limitation of production of glass jars, plus the increased demand for Nash's Coffee, make it impossible at this time to pack all of our volume in glass jars. We are, therefore, tempo- rarify offering Nash's Coffee in paper bags, in addition to the glass jars. If your grocer is out of Nash's Coffee in glass jars, he will be supplied again in a very short time. Meanwhile, we suggest that you purchase the paper bag. It's the same rich and fragrant Nash's Coffee that you've long enjoyed. Buy it with confidence! And, the bag selB for a few cents kss. The Nash Coffee Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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