Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1944 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1944
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PAGE SIX COWTV ADVAKCfc, AtOOMA, IOWA , - - nmunson. OPTOmCTMIST TCL.436 flLGOfM Dolt Yourself-at Norn* CfalMH/M PERMANENT WAVE KIT Complctewithcurlera, sham noo nnd wnveBet, It's CM7 to tin nnd safe tor every typo o hnlr. For iininzlng rp.imtfl—i>o aurp to for Uhartn-Kurl. Over G million Bold. T59> MRKER DRUG HAWCOTT & 000 LOANS BUDGET PLAN $50 - $150 - S200 OR MORE If ihe amount of cash you need is large or small you can secure a loan under our convenient monthly payment plan, or a seasonal plan if you are a farmer. Why not call and lei us fell you more about our helpful finance service. Loans can be arranged confidentially and quickly on your first call. Phil J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa, Phone 22. General Insurance Agency. MORALE HIGH ON BOARD OF A TRANSPORT Algona Youth Writes in High Praise of Shipmates. A letter received yesterday from First Lt. Robcrl C. Dcwel, of thc army dental corps, reported him on board a transport on I R° ck ' Burl and Swea City. .. . . . . . ' Whnrn 1lin F. S HnrrmpR Mvn was Society Harris Family Reunion Held— Only five direct descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, pioneers in the Livermore vicinity, are living: G. R. Harris, Eldridge. N. D.; Mrs. Minnie Swcazy, Seattle; Mrs. Jennie Stoddard, Livermorc; Mrs. Warren Pickens, Granada, Minn., formerly of Irvington; and Daniel] Harris, Marion, S. D., formerly of j Crcsco township, later of Burt. i Only Mrs. Pickens and Daniel cninc for a reunion last week • Sunday at the E. S. Harris home,' but altogether 52 relatives and, friends attended from St. Louis, I Marion, S. D., Fairmont, and Granada, Minn., Algona, Lolls' Creek, Humboldt, Bancroft, Lone the high seas at the time of writing (undated). .He had been ordered from Camp Crowder, Mo., to an eastern point called "staging area" some three weeks before sailing, and there had been set at censoring letters home from soldiers. He is now in a field hospital unit. On the way to port the men had to do some marching, carrying heavy packs, and the lieuten- Where thc E. S. Harrises live was not stated in a report sent to the Advance, but perhaps near Fairmont. Dan Harris presided at a business meeting at which plans were laid for a reunion next year at the Pickens home. More Miss Mawdslcy Showers— Mrs. Gerald Voight entertained 12 guests '.'t one o'clock luncheon Monday in honor of Dorothy,, BUSINESS DIRECTORY , , , ., only child of E R. Mawdslcy, anl pays high tribute lo the Red i i rv i ngt own township farmer. A Cross women who welcomed | misccllr.nuous shower followed. thc'iri with coffee and doughnuts at the dock. "It was my first contact with thc receiving end of the Red Cross, and it made me very glad of what support I had previously, given thc Red Cross on thc contributing end," Robert wrote. Scores of Poker Games. "Life on our transport has so Miss Mawdsley leaves next Tuesday for California, where next month she will be married to Eugene Abbott. Mrs. Voight, formerly Gcorgi- imna Gcigel, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gcigel, former Irv- inglon farmers and neighbors of the Mawdslcys now living in Algona. far been the goklbrickcr's dream ! Mcsdamcs Anna Larson, Fred ' —not a thing to do except amuse ourselves. There isn'l much room for physical games, but there are at least 100 poker sct-lo's going Gcigel. and Paul Drcmmcl will be hostesses at M^s. Lcason'ls here this afternoon at another miscellaneous shower for Miss every day. The boys sing too, | Mawdsley. Fifty invitations have and I have never before heard been issued. such heartfelt hymn-singing (got up by the chaplains) as they were I Reunion of the Benschoters— LA WYE IIS W. B. Quarton QUARTON & MILLER Law Offices County Attorney Phones: Office 427, Residence 700 Algona, Iowa LINNAN & LYNCH Attorncys-at-Law Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 261 doing last night. Now thc boys arc trying to drum up talent for a show. I "No matter how tough things j gut for thorn, the soldiers take it, let it go at that, and don't com- A family reunion was held at George Benschoter's. east McGregor St.. Sunday in honor of Mr. Benschoter's only sislcr and the latter's husband, Mr. and Mrs. o M-I „._ *.„... Edward Johnson, St. Paul. H. W. Miller; p i a i n . The only complaint I have ' Attending also were the four " "" j heard was aroused by a report of Benschotcr sons and their fam- | strikers who had quit work bc-'ilics: Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ben, cause of a change of hours. One ! '•••"holer, Leon. Linda and Bruce, soldier said: 'I wonder what i Whillemore, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. those bastards would do if theyj Benschotcr, son Dean, Bancroft; f TV „...,,... „ 11 __'.i_i (•_._ _ T'/Ti* inrl T\/Ti-*t7 f""*l i f i rtf» T3^i»-»c?/-ilir\( r\T* HARRINGTON & LOWE AUorneys-at-Lnw R J Harrington Phone 287 K. P. every other night for a month!' Boys' Morale is Tops. "I've been much impressed with the boys' morale In my w * r ' e "Mr. 0 and Mre.^eo'rg/ofson" brief censorship job I noticed j Scxtori) and Mr . and Mrs . Les i ie VIr. and Mrs. Clifton Benschoter, son Arlcn, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Benschotcr, daughter Harriet, of Algona. Friends of the family present that they were worrying only about the folks at home and were reassuring them instead of being H n. y J l_tlo^ul il l(-, tlll-tll lll^LUClV.! Ul. UU1U£ °Jdn lon thc receiving end. I guess I VAN NESS & BRUNSON Lawyers Office in new Heise block Phone 213 Algona. Iowa G. D. Shtimwav E" D Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 58 Algona, Iowa ' LAURENCE A. WINKEL Attornsy-at-Law Hutchison Building Phone 180 Algona *. HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON : Attorneys-at-Law •" Sorurity State Bank hldg. ~~ DOCTORS ~~ C. H. CRETZMEYER M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith block Phones 440-310 Algona, Iowa MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgson Phones: Office. 197: residence, 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist Office in New Call Theater bldg. Vhones: Bus. 166, Res. 78U. Algona, Iowa KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in new Hcic'; bk'.v Phones: Office, 44; ies., 116 A. J. EASON Dentiat Office over James Drug Store Phones: Office, 59; residence, 859 INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $27,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. D. D. Paxson, Sec'y. ch wilhout rc _ can any, about me; I'm well, and happy over whatever crime, and I am particularly pleased with my assignment." The lieutenant's assignment is to dental service in a field hospital. Huff, Algona. may Picnic at Park Planned— Thc First Lutheran Seventy- five club will have a picnic next] vealing anything I'm supposed to Tuesday at thc Ambrose A. Call keep secret. Along that same I stale park. This club is coin- line you can quit^your vyprry,_if posed of young married couples, " and all young married people arc invited to alicnd. Thc Luther League will meet next Wednesday evening at the park, and lunch will he served al 7 by Jean Olson and Jack and Robcrl Browncll. Thc program will be in charge of members who atlcndcd a recent Bible camp at Clear Lake: Jean, Jack, and Robert Brpwnell,•alsq.-Norma Limburger 4 Years Old as a Fish Lure Whitlcmorc, Aug. 8—Mr. and Mrs;, Ewald Rusch, with their daughters Marilyn and Sally, left Saturday night for Fairmont, where i they joined Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oliver. Austin, Minn., and all tried their luck at fishing. Ewald still had some lirn- hurgcr cheese he had brought from Watcrtown, Wis., four years ago, when he came here, and someone had lold him that catfish could only be caught with limburger; also he had had a dream that fish near Fairmont could bo caught wilh no other bait, so he was going lo find out, but at this writing results have not yet been learned. R. E. Boards Meet at Lakeside Park LOANS AM) INSUJtAlSCJ; Your Money's Worth in REAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST Office over la. Slate Bk. Phone So Algona. Iowa Thc county real estate board was entertained at a joint meeting of the boards at Mason City and Clear Lake Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock dinner. The meeting was held at the shelter house at the state park at Clear Lake ancl thc program was educational. Leader was Earl A. Hart, DCS Moines, secretary to the stale real estate commissioner. Attending from the Kossuth board were E. J. Hough, H. D. Hutchins, C. H. Ostwinkl'j, and Joel M. Herbsl, all of Algona; and Maurice J. Wolfe and Jos. J. Sherman, Bancroft. * St. Joe Fisherman Draws a J. P. Fine LOANS TO FARMERS AND STOCKMEN ______ with a sound basis for credit. Rate 4'/fe%. Emmetsburg Production Crcdii Association. Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohannon Insurance Ag'cy, above S. & L. Store, Algona. See D. D. PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household Goods and Automobile Insurance. Insure and Be Sure! YOUR PAPER IS THE PLACE TO PUT YOUR WANT AD. Norbert Friderea, St. Joe, was brought into Justice J. B. Johnston's court yesterday, charged with illegal fishing in the east Des Moines river. It is said that his line '.'arried multiple hooks. On the plea of guilty he was fine $50 and costs, but half of the fine was suspended during good behavior, the rest paid. The arrest was made by Game Warden Kay Setehell. « Burt Captain to Be Shipped Soon Burt, Aug. 9—Capt. Ronald El- viclge left Sunday for Tallahasse, F]a., after spending a few days with relatives here. Captain Elvidge brought his wife and baby here to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt, as he expects tu gl, I'VlTif. 1 !".- II. I IT. !lthl Mel via/ Church' Wedding ..............,, ,'Al thc evening'- sorvicd; v '. ; jil,?i>tt Sunday at the Baptisl churefr'lpc marriage of Darrcll Sparks Hftd Celeste Moulds will be solemnized bv Pastor Kittrell. The bridesmaid will be Lois Sparks; best man. Eldon Hovcy; maid of honor, Evelyn Dau; aUcndanl, Evnrctt. Sparks. Music will be furnished by Ray Richardson, who will sing, "I Love You Truly." A reception will be held al thc church following the service. U. S. W. Gets Help Call— The United Service Women will hold - ; >n all-day meeting at the Legion hall tomorrow, beginning at 9 a. m. The- medical officer in charge of a navy hospital VOTE "YES On Both Issues Mon. Aug. 14 Polls open from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. First Ward The American Legion Hall Second Ward The Algona High School Building Third Ward The Third Ward School Building Fourth Ward The City Hall Anyone who will be out of town Monday, August 14th can vote an absent ballot at the City Hall before Election Day. at Brooklyn, N. Y., has Issued an emergency call for four dozen pillow slips and two dozen feather-filled pillows to be furnished at once by thc local chapter. A covered dish will be served at noon. It is hoped that as many women as possible will help get the work done that day. Parlies for Coast Visitor- Minnie J. Coatc entertained friends at lunch Tuesday noon In honor of Belle Tcllicr, Seattle, Wash., who is visiting the Misses Durant. In college days Carrie Durant and Miss Tellicr were roommates,, and they have been close friends'many years. Mrs. Marie Murtagh entertained a few friends at one o'clock luncheon Monday in Miss Tellier's honor. Quiz for Bible Searchers-^. Thc Bible Searchers'' class .of the Methodist Sunday school met Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Edna Smith's, and assisting hostesses were Mesdames B. A. Caslcr, Chris Johnson, and Addic Ellis, also Jane Walker. Twenty-three members and .four guests were present. In a Bible quiz Mrs. N. A. Price won an award, and Mrs. Maud Solomon was second. Party for Mrs. Raymon Henry— A surprise party was given at Mrs. Ravmon Henry's, west State street, yesterday afternoon, when neighbors called and presented gifts. The Henrys moved recently from the Scanlan apartments on cast State street. Attending thc party were Mesdames Edw. Hagg, Harold Jcrgcnsen, Living- slon, and Elsie Cady, also thc latter's daughter Evelyn. Local Couple to Wed— Invitations are out for the marriage of Jeanne Louise Clayton, daughter of the late A. E. Clayton and of Mrs. Alice Clayton, to Harold F. Rocthler al St. Cecelia's church nexl week»fWcdncs- day morning. There) will be a reception at Ihc Clayton home on west State street following thc ceremony. Alqona Girl Will Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Glen Grilly announce the engagement and au- proaching marriage of their daughter, Shirley Voylcs, to Robert, son of Mrs. Anna Lovstad, ! Burt. Miss Crilly is a saleslady at thc Christensen Bros, store here, and Robert helps his moth- ] er farm just cast of Burt. Pre.Nuplinl Parly Planned— Mr. and Mrs. Will Runchoyt Mrs. Nell Potter, and Mrs. Rose' Potter will enterlain al a party Friday, evening at thc ;Runchcy home honoring Jeanne"" Clayton and Harold Roethlcr, who .will be married August 16. Bingo will be played by the guests. Families Go Picnicking— '•-'"• There was a picnic Tuesday evening at thc Aonbrosc A. Call state p'arki ail'd families attend ing were Dr. R. A. Evans, wife, and daughter Kathleen, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, Dr. and Mrs, P. L. Tribon, and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith. OTHER SOCIETY NEWS. * The First Lutheran Aid will meet at the church Thursday; i hostesses Mrs. E. L. Wolcott and Mrs, Jack Kcrner. WANTED - ALL KINDS' OF • hauling. Mall a card or call nt House on East Elm. — Kenneth Foster. 17(2)13tf WANTS FOR SALE—ELGIN 50-FT. wind mill, $50.—Jewell M. Patterson. 9u44tf FOR SALE — LLOYD BABY buggy like new.—Box 244,; Swea City, Hp48 FOR SALE—4-WHEEL Trailer.— F. W. Bacon, Burt, phone 26F13, Algona. Hp48 FOR SALE — 50-FT. STEEL windwill tower. Price, $25.— Sec Lee Hopkins. 10p48 FOR SALE—MANURE Loader for F20.—Ed Arond, Algona, 3 miles south Sexton. 12p48 GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL housework.' Good wages.—; Write care Advance (A). 10u48 FOR SALE—ELEVATOR, com'-;: plctc"; 1 also ensilage cuttcr.-^- Schulcl" Bros., Wesley. I0p48 FOR* s]j\LE—JOHN DEERE, hay. loader, three years o 1 d.— Hcm-nreV Troff, Lcdyard. I2p48i FOR SALE—2-BOTTOM 14-IN. Little Genius plow. Extra good shape.—S. L. Loss, 6 ml. S. E. Ei tonka. . . HELP WANTED — CASHIER IN local grocery. Best of working .conditions and good wages.— Apply Advance. 18p48 FOR SALE—32-VOLT Automatic Dclco light plant. Good batteries, good serviceable condition.— Erwih H. Ed.cn,'Ph. 9 on 26, Titonka. 19p48-49 FOR SALE—AN OLD MODEL Frigidaire. As isi for $30.—G. A. Roland. , 10p48 FOR SALE—1938 V-8. Various parts and tools. See Friday and Saturday at 1015 East State j st. I5p48 FOR SALE—200 ACRES NEAR Algona modern house, other buildings fair; good soil, little permanent pasture. Price, $135 per acre. Good buy for someone. — See C. W, Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. 30u48 ONE WURLlTZER BUNGLA- low size piano ana one Kimball Midget, like new and priced to sell. — 'Write Armstrong Piuno j Co., Spencer la. 20p48 ' LOST—BROWN AND WHITE toy terrier, four white feet, has harness on., Answers to "Pickles." Reward.—Earl Lauritzcn, Algona, phone 25F12. WANTED—WOMAN OR GIRL for general housework. Good wages. Permanent. Fine home. 160 ACRES LOCATED 3 MILES from Buffalo Center. Well improved with R. E. A. First class corn land. Priced $150. Owner in poor health wants to retire.— O. B. Anderson Forest City. 26p(3) -4.8-49 LADIES DIAMOND RING- found July 28 north of courthouse cellarway. Owner can have by proving ownership, paying costs. This notice published to conform with section 12206 Iowa code.— Lloyd Haubach, Algona. 25p47-4!) - (111 ..-.-Hill) grocery route; i n /v ment furnished P"id. Guarmiiotcl ,,• commission nnd b,,,,,?' 1 permanent job • •'•• ls> future. "•'• 10 coffl mlorview. MRS. ARTHUR HAGG and children wish to express thanks to the many friends, neighbors and Mrs.' A*.'"F"" Went worth, "Fair- | relatives for the beautiful floral offerings and kindnesses shown them during their recant bereavement in the'death of their husband and father. p48 mont, Minn. 18u48 4 , } .SALE — 1!)33 MASTER: Chevrolet, overhauled. — Rcu-; hen Tucrslcnau, V> mile S. Lotts! Creek. ' ' 14p43 FOR SALE—1929 CHEVROLET coupe, good running order, very good tires. Ph. 556-J.—313 W. McGregor. 16p48 WALNUT GROVE IN THE RA- tion will produce better hogs.— H R. Fain, Humboldt. phone 297-M. 12(2)51tf LOST—ENDGATE from Trailer, No. 40791. Reward.— Tel. 2567, Lu Verne.—Robert Casey, Lu Verne. . 14u48 PAY PASSENGER WANTS ride to Clear Lake Saturday afternoon as early as possible.—Phone 936-W. • FOR SALE—MODERN HOME, 5 rooms and bath,-$3,000..— Sec .Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Ins. 15(2)48 WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS —You'll he pleased with th? quality and appearance of our work. Printed or engraved an nnuncrments of d i s t i notion Mahy styles 16 -Select fforti.—A» ; vance Pub. Co. • • A&P" IS HEADQUARTERS FOR THRIFTY SUMMER FOODS! Hot days call for "Cool Eating" . . . and your A&P has a grand variety of "warm weather" foods waiting for you! .Come in tomorrow—you'll make real savings! Luncheon Meat Mickelberry's Skinless FRANKFURTERS 35c Mel-O-Bit American CHEESE SPREAD 2 £71c Kraft's AMERICAN CHEESE . .*£ 19c Sultana PEANUT BUTTER Cheddar CHEESE .... 2 £39e T 33c Shoestring Potatoes PIK-NIK ..... Salad Dressing SULTANA . . ...-., Wheat Puffs SUNNYFIELD . . . Yukon Club BEVERAGES . . . Ann Page SANDWICH SPREAD Pint . jar 19c . . pkg. 24-ox, bottles . ."£ 25c Jane Parker Cake Style SUGARED DONUTS Dated for Freshness Doc. Ctn. lie Ripe WATERMELONS average . . each 39C ,,,.14c California LEMONS It's Time to Turn to ICED 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE 3 ^ 59c Sunnyiield 44-oz. CAKE FLOUR pkg. 1944 Pack' No. 2 4 -fl n IONA PEAS can 11C French's l'/z-oi. KETCHUP SPICE pkg. Ball Mason Doi. FRUIT JARS Qts. Old Dutch a 14 ox. CLEANSER . . . . .A cans 2-lb. pkg. FIG BARS Staley's 10-lb. GOLDEN SYRUP . . . .jar PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN SHOPPING BAG OR CONTAINER 2 ; 'I; 4lc 15C 38c FOOD STORES to Lunit.QuwtitiM Rei.rytd. A FEW 'LATE BERKSHIRE and .Hereford .spring bo^rs, some] real Berkshire .fall boars, Shorthorn, Angus and Ayrshire bulls. —Price .'reasdnflble.'Ben B. Studer, Wesley./ '••''.•"., 22(2)24tf 4% HOME.and BUSINESS property loans to purchase repair or refinance.present loan. Pay any j amount any time. Long convenient terms.—'Algona'Federal Sav-; ings and-'Loan Assn. u46t£ i 240 ACRES LOCATED northern Kossuth'county. Good. to.fair set of 'farm 'buildings with.'electricity. Good crops, showing excellent soil. Prices $130.—O. B. Anderson,' Forest City. 1 -. . 24p(3)48-49 CARD OF THANKS—THE"kind- ncss and sympathy, of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those comforting acts during the illness and death of our wife and PUREBRED HEREFORD Bulls.' Good qualily. .One registered, cow,-.bred to calf in March. Five miles W. of Algona; 2 mi. N. and 5 miles E. of West Bend.—Lyle Runchcy, West Bend. 34p47-48 niother.—John Kellner and fam- — — :— ily. ' 38p48 GOOD. PIGS RKQUIKK WAL- ' nut Grove.in their ration. Poor pigs require' more. Our servict is .fr<>e., Give, ii 1 trial and hn convinced, — H, S. Fain, Hum- l x>ldt, I.V Phone 297-M. 25(2)5Itf NOTICE OF WILL l f ^ District C( , Ur term, 1944 ' To An Whom 11 May P. You nro hereby 1 an instrument of r porting to he t|, 0 |* ' Testament of Al deceased, dat«| $* i having bee,, u,i 'i opened ,md ,- ( , ;u | T ™ «h dy of ScWmfir fixed lor licanm- i,,.,,', <<t the- Court H,; |S "° Iowa before l.h, i )is , r M»d County, or t| u , Court; ;illf | , lt l(;|) , the day above n,,,, sons mlerestr-,1 ,-„.. fled and rec.ui^ show CHMSP if ^i why said instrun be probated lin «l n .ricicl FOR SALE — NORTHWEST quarter Sec. 24 Sherman township, IVz miles northwest of Lu Verne. All tillable, $135.00 per acre.—J. E. Willcy, Algona, 503 S. Minnesota St. 21p48 IT'S A STEADY EMPLOYMENT for a man. operating an established business of your own in Algona and surrounding territory is now available. Guaranteed salary and commission. Expenses paid. Right man will exceed $50 a week income. No investment required. Fnr further- information write or call Jewel Tea Company, Waterloo, Iowa.; 47u45-50 (Seal) HKLRM Wil Cl( '<-|< of Dirnd ALMA 1'EAR E, J. VAN NKSS. Algo Attorney. '. St. Joseph's Bazi Wesley, Iowa August 13 Chicken Supper) Serve from 51 Price COc Shown With Dozens of Others at « ,lrwr» | it Ghrischilles • *n» ABOVE (August HAlU'JiU'S JJAZAAJJ Cover F Suit with 3 Peter Pan collar and smart half belt. Gray wool with vivid red cross- stitching and matching buttons. Size? 10 to 18. Fur When you buy a fur coat, 'be sure that you rely on the man who sells it as well as the m facturer who makes it. When you buy a fur at this store, you are dealing with a firm tha 1 guaranteed satisfaction to the people of K County for 74 years. You deal directly with Chrischilles. When you buy your fur coat here you are buy an ANNIS coat, backed by a manufacturer" has been making high-grade fur coats for ovc years and one who has been doing business this store for over 30 years. Buying fur coats is buying CONFIDENCE- them at home, buy them directly from a local i and BE SURE. We have a fine stock of HI GRADE FUR COATS and are prepared to sell 1 a new fur coat at a reasonable price. SEE US W WEEK. •'-.-". Mr. Howe will be at the store one day, Tuei August 15th, with the complete ANNIS hill riscnuie

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