Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 11, 1945
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PAGE TWO LUTHERAN Y. P. LEAGUES MEET SERVICE CLUBS Arthur Orton, son of Mr. nnd ! Mrs. Clark Orton, heaily applause for Algona, won a talk before A north central Iowa district meetng of Leagues from Lutheran churc'hc-s other than those in the Missouri Synod was held Sunday at the First Lutheran here, attended by 125 young people. The meeting was sponsored by the Algona group. There were ffternoo'i and evening sessions. the Rotarians yesteulay on naval experiences. Evidence that the summer vacation over was. provided tendance of club n pats ol' butler also'] that wartime " bir were ove 'Pat' Cullen, still form, was a guest i ' and Fred W. B; come address; Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft, had scripture reading t.r^ orayer. Theme of the convention was Christ and a Victorious Tomorrow. A 'iiingspiration' was led by the Rev. John Mohr, Brill, and was followed by the Rev. Mr. Rogness, Mason City, who talked on the theme. Tex., a long ago'. Algonian who high school classmate of M. P. Haggard, was P. Wenver. The Lions club the Lionesses at th 3 tel this week Wed when 'Ed' Bovlt?, Clear L lawyer, district Linns governor, and 'Rudy' Frisch, cial tailtwister, will At 4:30 the group was taken to aftpr dinner p ;. ogra the Ambrose A. Call state park for games and recreation lill G:30 when all returned for dinner in the church dining room. I At an evening session Mr. Rogness again spoke and the Rev. Mr. Mohr sang Stranger of Galilee. The church choir gave an anthem, Savior, Like a Shep- i herd Lead Us. ! Pastors and League members; from Bancroft, Swea City, Algona, Britt, Mason City, Good , Hope and the Immanuel congre- : gallons at Titonka attended. ; Joan Ann Wolcott. Algona,' had charge of invitations and registration. j The Kiwanis clut ;ram last Thursda period was by a big at- lembers. Full ave evitlence terless 'club in army uni- f- R. B. Wal- rtlett. Dall.-.s, i time to change plans. : . Representing the Algona church as lay member will be A. R. Cruikshank, and reserve lay member is Mrs.., Anton Didriksen. LEDYARDCAl CATCHES FIRE; INSIDE RUINED _ v KOSSUTH COUNTY AD V ANdE, ALO ON A, 10 W A __ ' WAITRESSES .WANTED.—Lus- ! FOR SALS—1938: ,Bl{iCK. — See by & Gipssi. 5u53 ; Co.', WE^AHE STILL PAYING TOP ..cash, prices. ^or_ iiseH cats, trucks, end pickups.—.W. E. Lipy, LnkatP^la. 1 Kelp, at lOpl WISH TO THANK OUR; ahd me time o for their FOR SAtE CHEAP- •V-8 Ford,| 3 Swea Model ,5935. ;Call 75 V K< 3 Swea .dity, %£' ' ' ,:l4pS3 ,FOR iFARMALL , . and 1 cuHiva't6r ( ;.r«bber , of ''' 1 our recent, be.riind',' 1 variable speed, 'governor ,,rAX,m m^ T,™ T m A T, A ™ alsohe Burtre Depa't- 'an 1 ' lights, ; good condition. WANT TO RENT - APART- mcn t.-Aaron -Taylor family Would trade for 2-row corn plck- — ' • ; H. • < Tietz, Lone . Rock, 29p53 ment or house. —.Please see 'Mrs...Robert Frascr, 819 N. Minn., ''Algona. 14pl FOR SALEr-MODERN HOUSE; 26o53 ! er — R. phone 3804. IFOR SALE—REGISTERED Hoi-! home v at'821 ,7, North St., near | stein bull, age ! Alfred H.' .Meyer, 10—Thursday , \Vhittemore. ' I3pl Ins. ,.25(3)1; Ledyard, Sept. morninp while the men were at . work Ray Marquis 1 . Plymouth : WANT TO..RENT FARM—Have FOR SALE—1937 CHEVROLET caught'fire'and the entire inter-1 full line Liua-Mii-nt:- in-' 01 ' vvas ruined. He arid George ences piven a cues', of M. i Looft and Be » Mayer had. gone Swea City. ; .0 rooms and -bath, comfortable I TOWN- PROPERTY, LOW 1NT- - ••' -'--- -'" BREST LOANS, FHA AND VETERANS "GI" LOANS .TO T4JRCHASE, .; REMODEL,.RE r 'FINANCE , HOMES. — V u Alfeon£ Federal Sayings'& Loan, 'Alg'oha, Iowa. -J 19 months.— .Catholic .chur.ch, $4,600. — See phone .3105,'Joel'M', Herbst,, ReaU Estate and 19,11 r '• • • ' •'• OK'/«J"t1 FOR SALfc^-BESf ' QU'Ali,iVY i tomatoes, ple&se., brng baskets. •i-l.ee 'Hendreh, 1m ;S. Jorbme, Algona.''-Two blpcks north .of rnairi' fair, ground^.gate. / 21pl WMfED—MAN, : ~AGE-:' 20-30* .married preferred, wH6 ' is 'in- erested in getting a job tHat^Will e permanent. No layoffs, inside work, and has a .future. Good.sal- ry to Start ahd advance as ipon- itions warrant. No sellin'g.— Write Box 09, Algona. > 40ul vill ' entertain ,' and the ( ' ar iSTriAYED FROM MY PLACE— ; jout to work in the car at 6:30, was parked near, .,-,,,.•„ ,""•; where they were working. Three n /! ve of *'* Spotted pigs, 70 to 110 •> later it burst into f lame.' 9°, lb ,1;— Fl ?«Jer call W. H. Rie- 19pl equipment Refer-1 truck. S.. W; B. 600-20 'C-ply' — Paul Trenary, front, tires; .700-20 10-ply ,'duals 13pl bzehirid.—Robert F. Lewis,,' Burt.' • w< " ,160,' Burt, between 8, ',;..; : ' r . 24 P i __ io flamc -90 Ibs.—Finder call W. H. Boots a!nd"jackets )1 Tunch''busk;etE > ' del, 19F2, Algona. and other things in the car were n-covpmor ... . . Tm _^ Girrei- "m" i completely destroyed. -What , WANTED ' " ' nishpri causcd not known. MARRIED WAVE, SAILOR SPOUSE VISITORS HERE John Miller,l-c.. Margaret, Ph. M. from California We visit v/ith Ihe la' Mr. and Mrs. F.W. '• . I ENLISTS IN NAVY. naci no pro-1 K endell Ward, who has com- I pleted the summer quarter in en- 1 gineering at Iowa Stale college, enlisted and has been sworn into [the U. S. naval reserve, and is ; awaiting call to actve duty. His ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. I Ward, have two other sons, Cur; liu and Don, in Ihe navy. POCAHONTAS TEACHER. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb took and his wife their daughter Patricia to Poca- CARD 'OF THANKS-^WE WISH to express, our sincere thanks _,_, T,™™ „„,-,„ • for the many kindnesses ..shown TO RENT-UNFUR- US at the time- of our recent be. • nished apartment or house by reavement.—Nick reliable couple, no children. ! children ' . —Phone 775-W. 14ul i ' Bormann. and •' ?.3pl FORMER LOIS NAUDAIN DIES IN CALIFORNIA township, honorably Navy after serving the WAVEs. On completion of 3-c, arrived hontas Saturday to teach the .Inesday for a .sixth prade in the public schools ler's parentr., there. Patricia attended the Plumb", Crescd ' r -'ta(e Teachers college at Cedar Mrs. M: diycharted from the! at Hunter college Mrs. Miller attended a corps schmol at a naval hospital at Belhesda. Mel., from which she was graduated with Her has been Falls two years, and this is her first vear of teaching. '• —* ENLISTS IN NAVY. Eugene Furst, son of Barber and Mrs. Henry Furst, has enlisted in the Navy, and left Thurs- 13 months in boot training T*O 'PWANTC OUR LOST SUNDAY—TAN ^SADDLE ! "many Triends for their, expres, "*" ' ' sions of., sympathy and the memorial gifts and those assisting with the services. — Theodore for motorcycle. Contained ladies' red raincoat. Reward. Return to Advance. 15ol INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 13ul8tt FOR SALE—MODEL '37 JOHN Deere B tractor. Good condition.—Leslie McEnroe, 4 mi. east and % north Algona. 13pl FOR SALE—'31 PLYMOUTH 2- door, below ceiling good tires. —Cpl. Johnson, POW -Camp, phone 990, Extension 23. day for bool training at San Di- I FOR SALE — POLLED HERE- ford bulls, serviceable age, at farmers prices.—P. M. Christen- soh, Lone Rock, la. 12ul8lf ego. He is a graduate barber and ii ** 11 iv, 11 ,11 ivj >v iin t.-1 u11 n ti LI_ i ( w i'. JI i -, i i . . • , . - , , 1 the rate of hospital apprentice ha . d been omployed in his fath- - 1-c. Training was completed at f 1 ' s , H , h °P ll11 he arnved at mlh - p ^?l 11 f 't A/Tn I'/Jcii'itn Rn»-\r»I-i v»iii'»I *•«* j "S*-' Mrs. Kenneth L. Whaley, re membered by Algona friends as Santa Margarita Ranch naval Lois Naudain, died recently in hospital, Oceanside, Calif., and California, and an account from she was stalioned there during a Glendale paper follows: | Ihe remainder of rer service. ''Mrs. Kenneth L. Whaley, wife of Lieutenant Whaley, supenin- Phil tendent of identification in the receive his discha Mr. Miller left Thursday Philadelphia, where he wa •ge from Glendale police department, died navy. He was tunner ! on a cruiser almc for lo the it six- mate years, at their home, 315 Hill drive. "She was a member of a pio- during which he participated in neer Glendale family, and was a 22 major engagement;;. After dis- native of Glondale. She attend- : charge he will ret -n lo Aljiona. ed the high school here when it' was located on Harvard slreet, and was a member of the first class graduated from the school; at Broadway and Verclugo. j "Only survivors are the bus-' band and father, Earl R. Nau- i dain. Mrs. Whaley was a talent- ] ed'dancer, and till recent years operated a dance studio. For several years she was treasurer of the Dancing Masters of America. TO ATTEND AMES. Titonka, Sept.' 10 — Donald Budlong, who was graduated from high school here last spring, will leave Tuesday for Ames to attend college. [ FOR SALE—JOHN DEERE tractor, in good condition and nearly new, 3-botlom plow.— George Wolfe, Lu Verne. 18u53tf FOR SALE- lo farrow -Duroc Jersey sows lasl of Seplember. Also a good breeching harness. Jake W. Meyer, Corwilh. 18u47tf TWO ARE HURT SNA COL OF BURT CARS Mrs. C. Ackorn son, R. v/ilh '[She was prominent among ' norlhwest of Bur young matrons of the Tuesday lan auto accident Afternoon club, and was a past afternoon at the curator of the Maids and Young neni ' Burt Matrons department. At deatn Ml 'S- Ackerman was riding to she was vice curator of that de- town wlth a fncnd, Mrs. Howard an, who lives WEATHER FOR SALE— YEAR-OLD pedigreed female Cocker Spaniel, buff colored.— Call at 421 West North St., Mrs. Chas. Hastings. From last week's almost intol- ' _ erable humid high in the 90's the FOR SALE— DUROC BOARS daytime temperature dove to a 5% miles s . E of Burt Phone low of 05 Monday, arid from a 68 i 0 -87, Burt. Farmers price. — night high to an alarming 45 low j orm K. Harms and Sons. Sunday night. Warmer temper- 1 18pl-10 alures are now desired as an in-! - _ __ surance against soft corn disas- FOR SALE — 1934 FORD V-8,, FOR . SALE—2 , COWS, heavy springers; ; 1' John-Deere ,O.\:.R. tractor; 2, International, tractor plow's; 1 14-'ft; truck box; 1 Kay 7 International .truck tractor.— Harley Hanson,' Algona, phone 27F31, Algona. 31pl-2 FOR SALE—NEW WINE col r ored studio couch; wine,davenport; .9x12 green wool rug; 8.3x 10.6 tan Wool rug with pad; ladies' 38 black wool suit.—Mrs. Almira Green, 33V4 N. Thorington, phone 291. 32ul Thompson and family.' 25pl FOR SALE — NEW , 38-ROOM brick' -'hotel. building, equipment, ahd furnishings. Doing., excellent business. Town 7500.. If interested, write or phone Jas.W. Fisher Agency, Spencer. 25p53 KEEP THE, REC.pRDS straight! WEPPING ANNOUNCEMENTS —Ypii'il be 'pleased 'with Ikr quality and appearance of L pur work. ' Printed or engravea announcements of d i s t i notion. Many styles to select from.—Ad vance Pub. Co. RELIABLE MAN -WITH CAR wanted to call on farmers in Kos'sjiith. .county. Wonderful ..opj- , •.. * . ' • v • \ ' '* • ' • • -> •;— :»^ Avv/i3fc>A*v(i. \.\J\*A**J • . i»,w»«*^»*.——-_.. —r-- Ihe ngntrorm helps so,much; p Or t U nity now. No experience or & mn nrpn/ir^ ' I KA JrinH vnli'i ±- : 'Wii. "L__..i«i'j "'r>^'«U-,n«k^.* : :Dept • V,; Freeport, .111! ' , : 52-53 We can pfepare/the kind . you 'capital " required. ' ."Permanent, need .quickly and at,small cqst' Write today. — MCNESS'l' COj, Come in. .and .talk ..oy.er yo.ui " '•" •-'•-••-•-' ••-••— •. •.-• problprris:-^fAdvance. Pub.. Co."'' ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS .of finest brewing and.'..quality; also Shorthorn, bulls, .re'ady for: service, arid. Ayrshire bulls 4. 'to', 8 mos. old. Prices reasonable.—' Ben G. Studer, Wesley, la. ' ' FOR SALE—GIRL'S BLUE snow suit,.ljla.ck ,wbpr,sijit".s1ze ( WANTED — LOT AND . .RESI'- ' '.,dence' listings'. .We . have v nu' r rnerous'inquiries for available lo- cdtiohs, to ouy, or.,rent'." See .us. 'Fqrrn. listing also.-rrH, ,D. ! Hutch : ins' r Realtor, ll'O S. Do.dge $t., or phone No. 832-J. ' 32pI-3 j F.OR ; RENT-r400 , A. , % ,'rnile jf com..; Algona,. 'Ipwa. i: E}ec- ' ' ' tr{p|'ty ;.',25Q ; ,. 150 ; a, ; ti.ri)ber 16; wine, .flannel .suit, , .size , ,15; 9 ' n d riyer , p'asiture. j Available man's wool/. o'coat size : 42^.blackl-.Jiai;cn\ < "i,.. ; iS46 1! '"on lohg"."term pumps, new . white oxfords, size lease.— Write". L. C. '", Dickinson •7 AA_M,.= T-T^-i^t MO^I,,^^ ,506 .Fleming . .Building, ' : ; Def ' '' 7 AA.—Mrs. phone 974-J. 32(3),51, M.oinesj 'Iowa. 35iil- ter. The week's official temperature record: High Low j. . Ackerman, | September 4 90 was hurt in September 5 92 ate Thursday ! September 6 -.91 leich corner September 7 90 September 8 79 Sept. 9 (.04 ins. r. f.) .85 56 good tires and condition, $256; j New Idea manure spreader, in good shape.—Irvin L. Pannkuk,' partment." Mrs. Whaley's visiting his mother 'v'allo Naudain. •+ Salisbury, who was driving west, father is here, ! As thp y neared the corner a car and brolher, i approached, drive i east by Mrs. ' i'ASTOR OTTO ON JOB AFTER A SICK LEAVE Grace Wiegand, sides wiped at the Mrs. Ackerman dislocated shouldt and Mrs. Wie- ad cut on and body bruises, gand suffered a 1: right arm, a brocon nose, minor cuts. Mrs. not hurt. The injured Burt doctor for and the cars intersection, suffered a broken ribs, the and Salisbury was 3re taken to a irst aid, then 60 Titonka. 68.1 66 FOUND 64 ! 62 20p53-54 WANTS FOR SALE—BALED ALFALFA, second culling.—Leonard Mullins, Corwith. 9u52-53 ESTHERVILLE TO The Rev. A. F. Olio, Immanuel brought to the Kossuth hospital. Lutheran pastor at Lolls Creek, Mrs. Wiegand kvas dismissed conducled communion - services from the hospilul Friday, ljut Sunday after an absence of four, Mrs. Ackerman \L-as still 'there weeks ancl hopes to conduct ser-j yesterday. | vices for the three ensuing' weeks, after which he will resume a second course of treatments. The Rev. Mr. Otlo has for Ihe past ten years had an ulcer caused from over-exposure to x-ray, but he had been able to carry on his usual work without pain and was inconvenienced only by necessary dressing of Ihe wounds. He had been advised that tho wound was healing but in June BE HOSTS H-W ME' The annual r Methodist confe held Ihis year or Bis! this year was told it would not! EsthervilL heal. He ha:: lately had constant j Brashares" pain and his further plans will the 'evening, of th appointments charges. There will be ference meeting, custom, because plans were madt meeting was abb form to the- war peace there was be cli.'lt-'rminod 1)V results of trt'atmcnls he is lo have. Last wec'k tho Otto family returned from a trip lo tho Black Hills and a visit wilh tho pastor's sister at Ouster, S. D. During his absence Immanuel con- gregatiun been served different Lutheran pastors in the vicinity. WM. MILLER DIES. 1 n Verne, Set. 10 — William Miller died at his home Friday afternoon following a lingering illness. Mr. Miller died of a heart attack. He has been makinu his home wilh a son and daughter- in-law, Mi', and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, for the past several years. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. WEP.LEYAN PATIENT. Mr:;. John Hutchison, Wer.ley, of the countv old ape assistance office, ia a paticnl at St. Mary'.-', hospital. Rochester, where she underwent an operation la:;t week for soecial Iron bio. CHICKEN SUPPER And Festival SUNDAY, SEPT. 2',] LEGION HALL fOKUTI'll By Catholic Ludie.s Aid Serving Begins at 5 p. m. 37-3U Building's in TO THE HODISTS orthwesl Iowa once Sept. will 19-21 op Charles eside, and beat W. on •3-21st will read ' pastors lo 10 Sunday con,s had been Iho 'hen conference Ihis year the eviaU'd to con- situation. Aftor nol sufficient LOST—LIGHT ROAN Shorthorn heifer yearling.—Gerald Brace, Lu Verne. 9pl LOST.IN ALGONA — Compact. Keepsake. Advance. Reward.—Inquire 8pl FOR SALE—RURAL SCHOOL books, like new.—Phone 20F21, Mrs. John Hanselman. 14ul WHITE ONION SKIN 'thin paper, cockle finish, 8V-;xl4, just received.—ADVANCE. FOR SALE—1933 CHEVROLET coach, fair tires; below ceiling. —M. C. Humphrey, Algona. 12pl WANTED AT ST. BENEDICT, 4 gravel haulers and one truck driver.—Henry Faber, • Algona. 13pl FOR SALE — DUROC SOWS, Sept.. ond Ocipber furrow.— John F. Weber, Irvington. llpl FOR SALE—TWO RADIOS, Ma- jeslic and lable model Philco. —115 Wc-st Neb. St., phone C51J. 15pl CAMPAIGN RIBBON with battle stars. Owner may have same by idenlifying badge and paying for Ihis ad.—Call at Advance. I7ul FLOQR SANDING AND REFIN- I ishing. Heavy commercial equipment.-Porlable power plant.. —Cowun Bldg. Supply Co., phone ' 275, Algona. 14u!.,8tfr. SHICK ELECTRIC RAZOR ' OWNERS—We are dealers in Algona for Schick electric razors and i-epaiis. Huxtable Fire-. slone store. 18u,40tf SALES WILL BE .HELD AT Kanawha sales barn every Friday al 1 p. m. Place where you always find a good market for anything you sell. 25u52-53 FOR SALE — EAGLE WATER proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimaling service. : — Cowan Bldg. Co., phone 257, Algona. Supply 17ul8lf FOR RENT—200 ACRES,, improved, good buildings, flowing well. North of Detroit Lakes,Minn., phone St. Benedict' or write John J. Arend, Corwith. ' 22pl AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME Machinery 340 LETZ FEED MILL AND SILO FILLER PAPECHAY CHOPPER AND SILQ FILLER Flare Wagon Boxes Rubber Tired F,arm Trailer Hog Feeders,and Hog Waterers Used 14 in. Hammermill Used 3,h. p. Gas Engine Used 6-f.qot; Horse \lVtower ALGONA, IQWA FOR SALE — COOK STOVE, white round oak; also buffet.— OrviJJe Holdron, Algona, phone 10F112. 12pl The Reconstruction designated b posals foi tl] or any of 41 of these jjlai will become i vailable later. GOVERN fUENT-OWNED HIEIVIP MILL SAtf OR LEASE ALGONA iction Fiiu'.ncq Corporation, a disposal agency tliu Hui'plus property Board, will receive pro- pure! i a :;e or lease of the above mentioned plant, other similar plants in various locations. Some Is are available foi immediate occupancy—others ude major structures covering eight acres of tht; plot of land. Plant covers approximately 28,000 square feet, made up of mill buil.'!i|i}r, straw storage building, dryer k ""' 1! '•"'• storage building, boiler house and chinrnc-y shop, iK, <'li ••<•, and covered pr.ssagcway betwc-f mill bal loclrcr Luil<li and bull- Included wil ment such h the plant is considera' ' s is u.'-ed in tl|e processi. oll'ice ec|ui|im :jit and portable tools. Any pel-Eon these [jlaiits ICON: building f)roduction equip- .1 hemp, .and also interested in t|ie purchase or lease of any of should communicate promptly with the pftQPfRTY DIVISION SOUTH LASRLLE STREET. CHICE.GO 4. ILLINOIS. MCKNIGHT BUIL-JIHG MIMHEAPOLIS 2. MINNESOTA. 21 W£SV MAHKET STREET, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. MEN GO TO THE Cattle feeders who look for the best a*d mp«l profitable deals trade Qa the big markets. They know that on the blq n>arkeU ; they get.., better *i)ectlon« oi good quality cattle ... better service . . . accurate w<ia^t§. In the co.« be.lt,,these experienced,men prefer QW(ArjA — the wprJd'j lecond large«l fJye- slock market. You'll like, the pDiaha ptqrket, too.jU friendly market aqenclei, its fine facilities for handling livestock, its day in and day put pieptliu],jiupply make it the best place to select your feeder stock. The western run oi •tockers and feeders is now on, More and more good cattle will cprne ^^nroughoiit the fall season, It wiH pay you to come to DMAHA to moke your iele«tionf ior next winter's feeding. , MAHA TUESDAY, SEPT. ],,, IF^YOU ARE LONELY v Box 32 1 .Clarkston,W-',h " Jiua. , is.. able loss of sonu, ly regret our in :i bili ly '„ , everyone for HUM,- | ow ,' tributes.—Mrs. G ? H-T and Mrs. Carl Haynj, yn "' •M Prettier You've seen Minx Modes Junior dresses advertised in Mademoiselle, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Glamour and Charm. Now, come see.them.here .., and prove to yourself that you,too,look,prettierJn,Minx Modes Juniors. >».»ft to 22.50 Minx Modes Juniors ff*r« fxclusively IF IT'S KE1MILL—IT'S RIGHT CHILDWft EflLTH nCE Rexillana \ Rexoll'i "Back, to School Month" Celebrolion'| COUGH SYRUP Special 30^ wy .qiildi'flea's : Vitamins y- laxative . 25t V Cherry 'Bark -OC*% r Rexp/( MILK ff\ Cou^-U Syr pp .. fm*J V ajul •Rexall Nose/Di-ops Aqueous <±± Pureresf . / . $fg$ Potency COD LlVCJt J$?.' ••> i / f \v".V'!'.V, I $k\n Creqm 3,9* flat Tatqi VALUES-Today Asp;ej;pid8,. for colds "**! inl Jimmy PV«^' f i

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