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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 21, 1949
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' PAGE TOUR BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1349 (9 . 4 &OC6&Ut f Jane Sheltun, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Dinner Parly Honors Feinberg Personnel The Sidney Platt homo .was the setting Monday night for a dinner party honoring personnel of Ft'iu- berg's Fashion Shop. Famines of the personnel also attended the affair which was held in the entertaining rooms of the home which \vcrc dee- orated with bongh.s of holly and nandina berries. Centlng the buffet VSLS an arrangement, of nandlim berries set in evergreen backing a miniature Winter Wonderland scene. Placed on either side were silver candelabra holding lighted red tapers. Centering the dining table at which the guests were .seated for the three course dinner was clusters of nandina berries flanked by red taj>ers set in silver holders. Santa Clause place cards were used in complement, to the season. An exact replica In nilnature form of the dining table centerpiece centered the table at which the young - er quests were struct! Following supper sroup pictures were made after which the evening wa.v spent in singing Christmas carols nnd informal entertainment. Accompanying the group at the piano was MM. Etfie Glisson. Group gifts were exchanged after which Mr. and Mrs. Platt were pre-sented a gift from the personnel. Distributing the gifts were Mauley, Darlene and Maurice Feinberg ami Larry Joe Daker. son of Mr. and Mrs. O-sborn Bowers of Ro.selalKl. • • * Dinner Party Fetes Eva Lee Graves Eva Le Graves, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs- C. E. Graves, was complimented on her eleventh birthday yesterday when eight guests spent, the afternoon in party games at her home. Placed throughout, the home were, holiday complimenting decorationsj and a large Christmas tree. In the games of the afternoon, paper hats of red anti green, were made by each gue,st to be worn during the afternoon. Pri?/? lor the best hat was presented Kny Jobe. Also winning a prize in the bell contest was Barbara Ann Eagan. A lace cloth overlaid the dining table on which the Individual birthday cakes, made in complementing Christmas form, rested. Santa Clans and his reindeers topped the table from which the assorted party foods were served during the afternoon. After gifts had been presented the jju&st of honor the group exchanged yule gifts. Dinner Party Honors Presbyterian Officers Elders, deacons and their wives of the First Presbyterian Church were again complimented nt the annual Yuletide dinner by the Rev and Mrs. Harvey T. Ktdri'last night In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. The men were presented boutonnieres and the women tiny red and green corsages centered with Christmas bells as they entered the bedecked room. Centering the long table at which the guests were seated was a single mammoth poinselta set in grccnry and flanked with bnring red tapers- During the evening recording.* of the group were made. Presented as a complete surprise to the Rev. and Mrs. Kidd were the keys to H new Stuclcbakcr. gift, of the congregation. The keys were presented by Louis Special guest for the affair was the Dr. Frank Smith, housegucst of Mr. and Mrs- R. F. Kirshner. Mrs. Blackard Honored At C. and N. Meeting ONE YARD BEAUTIES By Sue Burnett 'Hi is trio of one yard blouses is so simple to sew with .such handsome results that oven the novice at sewins can turn them nut with a minimum of effort. You'll want all three! Pattern No. 8541 ts a sow-rite 1G, 18 and 20. Size 14. otic yard of 39-uich for each style. For Dils pattern, .send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, nddrcc5s. si/e desired and tho PATFERN NUMBER to Sue HtirueK. Courier News. 530 South Wells Sircet, Chicago 7, III. Don't miss the new FASHION. The Fall nnd Winter issue will IcliRht you with its up-to-the-mln- Lite, easy to make frocks for nil the family. Free gift pattern printed Insido the hook. Bits of News Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Davis of Newport have returned to thei home after having visited, here as guests of Mrs. D^vis's parents. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Hransrm, and Mr. Davls's mother, Mrs. Clara Davis. J. T. Conway of Marshall, Mo., Is visiting here as guest of his brother, Aubrey Conuay and Mrs. Con way. Mr. Comvay. who plans to remain until after the holidays, Is en route to Calif., to make his home. Mrs. Godfrey While and Mrs. Johnny Grain of Osceola spcnl Tuesday In Blylhcvllte. Muss Mary Nunn nnd Miss Vlr- Kin i Niuin, both holiday guest, of their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, spent Tuesday in Memphis. Lieut- Com. and Mrs. John Loy Hishop have returned to l/>ng Beach, Ciilif., after having visited here as Kire.sts of Mrs. Bishop's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Martin of Del! and her sister, Mrs. Rupct I Crafton and family, Mrs. Bishop wil] return to Cell to make her home after (lie Christinas hoUdnys while Lieut. Commander Bishop is at sea. P. D. Foster. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Reunions Highlight Social Whirl •' As Yule Guests Arrive In Blytheville- The \viilrl and Khttrr or the week boTore Christmas now ici^ns \n Blytheville as busy residents go about their ^vork before Uie n nival of jolly olc St. Nick. Tlie social life Uke.s on got-to- gcthcrs and just plain visiting arc planned for tV-o visitors who flow Into Blytheville, by car, train, bus and airplane. From the busy housewife working with an eye on ihe duck, to the hurried. Jostled clerks in the stores and oven lo Junior, who is quite ready to testify th»l tnis ts the work of the year. Christmas with all its promises cf warmth, laughter, mid fellowship with loved ones steadily becomes a reality. Arriving from the West to join :n Ihe festivities are Mifjnr and Mrs. W. N. N'nrion mul their children, Nickl and Ann. of Kl Paso, Tex., who will he nf her jmrenUs Mr. and Mrs, Ross Stevens. Christmas will be a now experience for Ann. but brother Nii-ki has RJ-O\VII wise in the ways of the world having had four siit-h experiences himself. Major and Mr.s. Norton an;t family roiurrjocl .six iti'mtris ago from two years nen-ite In Hawaii wilh. the Air Force. Toys, candy, gum and gims will roiqn for a day. Other amvnKs from v.,iy down Texas way will bo Miss Anne Crook nnd Mr. ami Mrs. Cnarlr.s I,. Burk of Houston who will he the holiday (?uesl,s of Mrs. J. K, Crook and Mr. and Mrs. Barnes Crook and family. The Marvin Nil tin home is the scene of feverish activity as the Nunns and their nevrly-nr rived home-members of the family ready for Santa's visit. Miss Mary who is now a sLrdent at niece and her family- Christinas live (Ine.sls Christinas Eve guests arriving to join the family circle around, the Christinas tree will be Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lynr-h, Jr., of St. Louis, who will he the ijue.sts of Mr, and Mrs. B; A. Lynch and family. Mr. ;tnd Mrs. Walter Heard and three daughters of Newport, will arrive ChriMmas Day to enjoy the holiday cheer at the U.S. Branson home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Davis of Newport will be the Yuletide guests of Mrs. Clara Davis and also Mis. Davis' parents. Mr, and Mrs. Branon and family. Arriving from New Mexico for R eunloti wit IT their daughter, Mrs. aincs Terry, arc Mr. and Mrs. \V. O, Geurin of Koswell, N.M, A week if pet-logo,(hers is planned by Mr. and Mrs. Geurin for their daugh- er, Mr. Terry and two grandchildren. Nnrih Carolina is represented In he list of ;;LK\sts arriving for the mlitinys as Mr. and Mrs. Hershet 2a Id well of Durham, N.C., arrive o join in Yvle events with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Catdwell nnd sons, Dan and Chester, both students at Duke. Durham, N'.C. Bill Geurin has arrived from iiooneville lo be the holiday guest r-f his M-jfe and parents. Mr. and Mr.s. W. O. Oemin and other relatives. As the Mow of visitors arc relatives to Blvtheville increases a new tempo, as happy reunions are seen over town and as everyone finishes up last minrte details for that clay the cry poes up from all Blytheville, "Merry Christmas." vlrs P. D. Foster Sr., was recently j chapel Hill. N.C, and .MiV.s Virginia •lected rush chairman of Sigma Nuim nf Washington. D.C.. have ar- Chi fraternity, at Die Miss State Epilson Sigma Alpha. Feted At A. B. Jaggers Home The annual Yulctuie party of EpsiloiJ Sigma Alpha \va.s hold liist night nl the home of the sponsor, Mrs. A. B. Jagger.s. The group spent tho evening in playing records and informal entertainment in the rooms of the home which were decorated in Yule scene. 1 ;. Topping the .mantel in the living room was a tiny manger scene lighted with Christina* lights. During the evening the group cx- pift.s aRer which refreshments were served. Church Class Honored At Tvumble Home A Yule Party at the Bert Trumble ! tori home last night honored members : his of the Sunday School Class of the First Church of the Nu/nrenc which is taught by Mrs. Mildred Mayo. A lighted Christmas tree and holiday decora n on worn throughout, the home. College, Miss., where he Is a student. Miss Dorothy Mizcll will arrive home today lo bo tho. holiday guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mi?.ell. Miss Mi/cH is n student at Arkansas State Collepc, Joncsboro. Ma nicy Feinberg and Pat Smother in an have returned from a two day visit in Memphis with friends. Don Huoy has arrived from Key West. Florida, to he the Yule guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Froc- 111 an Hiicy. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Beall and sons of Wilson are spending of the holidays here as guests of Mrr. Beall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Cooley. j Mr. and Mrs. David Sylvester of Still water. Ok la., and Tommy Sylvester of Joncsboro will arrive home tonight to spend the holidays as guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Cash and Beuy Jean V/estbrook spent Tuesday tn Memphis. Set, and Mrs. Arthur Bahn ami children have returned from Dallas j and Lancaster. Texas, where they spent 15 days as guests of relatives! and friends. - ' Mr. W B. Tanner of ChRpel Hill, N.C., have arrived In Blytheville to be. the holiday guests of relatives, R. C. Allen, Jr., who is a student at Vanderbllt. Nashville, is the Yu!e truest, of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Allen. Mrs Kcron Gill and daughter. Mrs. J. E. Crafton, were the weekend puests of Mrs. Gill's son. Puri- fby Gill In Little Rock. They attended the welding of her grandniece. --Miss Mary Joan Maync to Lt, Whiter" Jordon Conner. The wedding'"*'" &*• trie First Presbyterian Church and the reception nt the Tllverdale Country Club. C. G. Redman, Jr.. a student ut Virginia Military Institute at Lexington, Va.. arrived tn Blytheville parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman. His parents met him in Memphis this mornliiE. Mrs. Kntc Turck left todav for Rnyville. La., to spend the Christ- placet! • lllas Holidays with her oanchter. Mrs. Henry Cir.nm. Mrs C'ncnen rived to join in the round of events. Arriving from the azalea I mul of A In I jama is Mrs. Bryan Mi ley ol Sheffield who will be sucst tn t»ic HiiRh Whitsitt home. Mr. I plans to arrive this weekend Mr and Mrs. Mlley are former Blytheville residents. Ccltcpp Students Arrive College students who answerer the call of school bells all over the nation are trektng hnmc now. for a week of late meals, no classes and Mom and Dad. Continuing the steady flow will be Mr. and Mrs BUI Stovnll of St. Lot-is where Mr Stovall is a student at the St. Louis School of Mortuary Science. Already here for the gay holidays is Miss Virginia Elowen, n senior al the Mississippi Stato College for Women. Columbus, who is the sucst of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Bowen and sister, Evelyn Bo wen. The deep South will be represented in Blytheville when Mr. and Mrs. Gcnrce H. Grear. Jr.. and son Gconrc. III. of Columbvs. da., nr- rive to he the guests of Mr. ant Mrs. GeorKe H. Grear, Sr. Gcorgi ITT, agreed tn cominp only nfte much persuasion that St. Nick would be informed of the, chan; of 'address. r^ In for an extreme change h temperature will be Mr. and Mrs Jack Mitchell and daughter. Jackie who will arrive from the snow s ice of Chicntro to be the guests Mr. and Mrs. o. J. Rodgcys. Leaving Blythcville to share th holiday cheer in other cities will be Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Gunn arid children. Robert, Betty and Peggy, whn will be the Christmas Day quests of Mrs. Gunn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy W. Moore at their Perkins Road home in Memphis. The dining table of the Godfrey White home in Osceola promises lo groan under the weight of Christmas goodies. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Con way and their hotisc- giiest, J. T. Con way of Marshall, Mo., plan to enjoy the bountili I feast Christ mn.s Day with th»ir Baptist WMU Has loyal Service Program The WMU of the First Baptist >hurch met Monday afternoon for L Roy a I Service Prog ra m whic-l i vas led by Mrs. Jim Craflon of Circle Six. "Hopes and Fears" was ""the title c. the devotional which was t;iveii >y Mrs. E- C, Brown, "Peace On Earth" was the pro- jratn theme with Mrs. Kendall Berry cad ing a round table discussion of 'Plans for Pence." Those parlicipnt- ,ng in this discussion were Mrs. K. L. Hale. Miss Cordelia Wilhite, Mrs. B. O. Blaek, Mrs. Kcron Gill, Mrs, W. M. Lewis, Mrs. L. H. Chafin and Mrs. Matt Monaglmn. Prayers were said by Mrs. H. II. Urooks. Mrs. E. E. Stevens, Mrs. w. Marlon Williams and Mrs. Brown. During the afternoon Christmas >ro!s were simfj at intervals. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. K. B. Woodson, Mrs. R L. Reagan, Mrs. Black, Mrs. J. W. Port- Mrs. A. Cummings, Miss Wit- :iilc and Mrs. Julia Penn. •*nrl children. She will return next Wednesday. Mrs. Blackard was the honored guest at the meeting of the C and N. Birthday Club last nicht j Gucltrlmo Marconi, Italian IP.V at the Charley Lutes home with tor, first brcnn to experiment with Mrs. Philip Applcbaum co-hostess. A giant Yule tree was placed in the main entertaining room in which the guests were seated with complementing decorations pl;uTtl throughout the rooms. The two course dinner was served bntfet style from the dinme table which was centered with a poinsettn. Placed at the ri<;lif center was the pink birthday cake which was topped with the club's traditional MX candles. After dinner gifts were exchanged by the members. A proup birthday gift was presented Mrs. Blackard. , Favors of tiny candy filled SanU Clans boots were presented each guest. During the evening tlie 2,i members and one' visitor. Miss Shirley White, exchanged sifts. i After Christmas games hart been \ \ rcnrc Unp to the Twentieth fcn- plftycd teed drinks and sandwiches f tljr> . ^,1^. the number of dentists were served. \ h| j llp Un | tc ri states crew from '29,in 1000 to 70,00! 1G5CK YOUR FILM COSTS Ideal FINE GRAIN-PANCHROMATIC Continuniis Shows liox Office Dpens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 10:00 a.m. I^:|.T p.m. 1:30 p.m I.IS'I'KN TO Kl.C.N THE FAN Embraceable You Prefect Your Family's Health with MONTMBAN GEORGE MURPHY WOODS DRUG TlirATRE TICKKT <;iFT BOOKS Si.50~On Sale at Ko\y Olliee 35MM CARTRIDGES or 16HH MOVIE FILM or 16MM MAGAZINES ALL FILM GUARANTEED WOODS Drug Store 221 \Vesl Main Phone 507 5" Events Civic Calendar Wednesday Sunday School Christmas part of First Pi esbvtorian Church \vil be held nt the Church at 7 p.m. Rcccntion at Womans Club Iron 7 to 9 p.m. honoring Miss Amu Weed man, bride-elect of Ed wan F,llsv,'orth Smith. Hostesses, Mr? Whitnev Morynn. Mrs. Grady Ma 2ec Miss Polly Stewart, Mis-s Gc neva -Shibley. Mis.s Barbara. Culli son. Miis Nancy PnrLlow. Miss Vir ci'iia Swearengen and Miss Jan Shclton. Tliursrlay Mr. 5 :. Hnv/ard Graham cotnplt- ment.s Miss Anne Wecdmnu, bririe- elect of E<lward E. Smith at hei home in Stecle with luncheon' shower from 1 to 3 p.m. Mr.s, Harry W. Haines and Mrs E. R. Mason entertaining with des sc r t hi'j d s; e n t th e, Haines ho m i complimenting Miss Anne Weed man. 8 p.m. 20th Century Club meets nt Hu for Christinas dance. Hosts hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Barne Crook, Dr. Find Mrs. James C. Guard Mr. and Mrs. Rouse Harp. Mr. ani Mrs. Worth Holder and Mr. an Mrs. Jimmy Edwards. Christmas uartv-lunclieon honors Thursday Rook Club at the home of Mrs. Richard Pritchard. Nu Phi Mu Yule party at Sycamore at 7 p.m. Friday Mr*. E. B. Woodson nnd Miss Bet- EV Woorisnn honor Mis,s Anne Weedman, bride-elect of Edward E. Armorel WMU, Guests Meet m Smith Home Mrs. W. L. Smith was hostess In 16 members and four visitors of the Armorel WMU Monday night at her fioine. Guests were Mrs. Jiinics Heard, 'of Walnut Ridge. Mrs. Otis Webb, Mrs. Ira Dick.son and Mr.s. Leonard Cox ot Holton, Ind. Mrs. Hush Dixon gave the devotional which was followed by the program "Christ, the Answer for the World," which was ted by Mr.s. Smilh. A round table discussion of the program was given by Mrs, C. C. Elliott, Mrs. Roy White, MLS. W. O. An ten. Mr.s. Beard and M Lena Priest. Pi fresh Stuck Guaranteed Besi 1'rires Kirby Drug Store* You'll be. PROUD to, OWN this -CORNER CHINA- CASE With ail the charm of .Early New England A CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR YOUR HOME The iimpte dignity of ihij un- U5uatly line Corner China Cue tvtch its clean nil lines wilt appeal 10 home owners of dis- crmiin.tiing taste. Appealing, too, is the attractive price which brings quality within trie reach of tlie mod CM new home or r«- nnxtcling oudgct—-xn outsiand- ing Morc-f or-1 he-Money Value. BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. \V. II. "Ilill" 1'casc .1. Wilson Henry Highway 61 South I'lionc 21SI Seniors at Cootc, Mo., Plan Christmas Program COOTER, Mo., Dec. 21—The senior cli^-s in the Cooter High School will present an indoor-outdoor Chrbt- insis pro B rani at the school tomorrow night. The open air scene will show the Christ Child, the Wise Men :>nd Santa Claiis and his reindeer. Following a program -It; the school bitilding, the ."senior class members and jMipJIs in other grades front the .seventh through the twelfth will go caroling. Church Women Conduct 'Joy to the World'Program "Joy To Hie World" program was presented at the general meeting of the women of the First Prcsbvler inn Church Monday afternoon .1 the church. . Mrs. Waller Day presented the program assisted by Mrs. H T Kidd. Mrs. J. E. Bcaslcy. and Mrs' Monroe Crain. The meeting WR , presided over y Mrs. Ross Stevens. Miss lx>nnle Johnson Drama to Be Presented Tonight at Church "The Message of The Angels," a drama, \vill be presented tonight by the Junior anil Intermediate Departments of the First Christian Church beginning at 7:ao p in. al the Church. The play, which Is under the direction of Mrs. Jne !>, Pride. Jr.. is tlie story of The Day before Christmas and Christmas Eve in a settlement house. Tile characters of the play represent seven countries. A visit from Sanlii Clause Is ex- piTlcd by the group during the evening from 8:15 lo 8:.|5 p.m. Yule Party Honors Dell VVSCS, Guest Mrs. Cox Irri in prayer following the discussion. Also discussing topics were Mrs. Henry Berry and Mrs. Frank May. Mrs. Charley Brown led the dismissal prayer after which a social hour was held. Following the group exchange of gifts contests were player! in which Mrs. Otis Webb was presented a prize. Mrs. Smith served a dessert plate. Al The Hospitals Blytlicvillc|Hl.i1 Dismissed: Mrs. Darryl Milton aurt b.ibv. Mn- sang Mr5 "Joy J ° y Mrs. C. O. McHaffcy and baby. City. Ruth Jacobs, City. Monroe Jolnuon. City. ..Charles Grove. City. U'lllh Il(is[iil;il Mrs. Alonza Burrish and babv. City. Mrs. Freeman Jcrnipan and baby City. Tlie rmmiiil Christmas putty of the Dell WSC'S wns held niylil w at the D. L. Shojipaid home with ' | '>K uif'mlier.s, ami one visitor, the " Hi-v K. H. Hull present "How 1 Shull i Spend ChrLstmns" w a s t h c chr^on pui»r:nn lopii- wliict] was led hv Mr.s El. G. 1-M- wjirds. Assistiiur Mis. L*Mwards «llh tlie program WOT Mis. John .SIev- ens, jr., Mrs, i, o. Peterson Mrs. H. II. Crawford and the Rev. Mr. Drill* Following tlie program (he uroiip Lneseiited the piesutciit. Mvs. Mjivis St'ttlemire, \vilh a h:nu]pnliilcd fhina clCK-k. In the .:oci:il hour following the croup exchnnced gifts from under I the Kiiily lifzlited Christma.s tveo. Puring the evening H5snrte<i foods were served by tlip hostess, \\lio was assisted by her diUislUcr, Mrs l.n- tnar Wilhourne Centering the table was a miniatme replica of the Christmas tree. 'I'he rlo.^inp prayer was led bv Nil's. K. H. Hall. to the SVorld Pease sinSing the echo. They wcrs' accompanied at the piano by Mrs F.ddic Saliba. During the afternoon Christmas carols were sung a (tcr which the •oy Gifl was received by the eroup Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Rodney Banister, Mrs B L F.iibanks. Mrs. Edgar p. Borum. and Mrs. Roy Walton. Mission Chapel Children Guests at Yuletide Party The Primary and Junior departments ol the First Baptist Church Chapel Mission were Rue.sLs of the Young People's Department of the First Baptist Church at a Christmas Party, Monday niyht. The party was attended l )v s( children, and 30 members of the host department. Christmas carols were SUIIR. under the direction of C. s. White, minister of music and education nt the First Baptist Church, and games were directed by Miss Nancy Damon. James Gardner was In charge ol the party. Yu/c Gift Arrives Early In Car/ton Home A Christmas pre.sent in the form of itn 11-mouth-otd baby boy arrived last nl^ht in the Hermon Carlton home at 10-17 Chicknsawbiv. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl ton returned lust nlttht from Little Rot-k where they went to HC( tlicir second adopted son, whom they have named Kerinon. Jr. The family Is planning nn especially merry Christina* with Hill, who will bo three in February, »ncl Hermon Jr. • ^ Teleprnph cables In the. ocean ate not .suspended from shore to shore hut. being so heavy, rest on the floor of the sea, sometimes miles deep. Smith, with coffee at 10 a.m. at Woodson home on Chicka^awba. Sslurilay Miss Anne Weeriman will become the bride of Edward Smith in a^y ceremony to be performed at 10:00 ~! a.m. at the First Methodist Church Sunday Miss Wanda Berry will wed Roland Bishop at the First Baptist *i Church at 3 p.m. ' • TO THE PATRONS Sincere thanks for your cooperation in the past year 1 . ;is well as our best efforts to rightly serve you during-I tic coming yeiir. \Yishinir you a Merry Christinas and a Happy New Year. ESTELL'S BEAUTY SHOP PHOENIX NYLONS New PHOENIX NYLONS in tlSH-U- TWIST and TWISTELL styles. Lovelier, more beautiful, these sheerest of stockings with each strand of nylon twisted to assure finer wear, make the most perfect holiday gift. $135 lo $|75

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