Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1966 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1966
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otic bridal slower at Livermore Livermore—A bridal held at the Presbyterian 1 chruch Friday evening for Rob• erta Stoddard, daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Archie Stoddard, who will be married to James Morey, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mor* ;ey on July 23 at the Presbyterian church. Corsages were presented to :Miss Stoddard, her mother, the groom's mother and grandmoth- ey, Mrs'. Hazel Morey, of West Bend. Mrs. John Olson was in charge -'of the program which consisted of a reading by Mrs. Myron Dud"ley, "Advice to the Bride", piano /solos by Sheryl Kissinger, a reading by Mrs. John Olson and a ftif force bate iH Michigan .u»u surgery tor the removal of * rupHirtd diac in his back at tha Lackland air force base in Sati Antonio, Texas, on Monday, July 11 where he .had been flown a couple of weeks previously. He is progressing satisfactorily. Capt. Berryhill is the showeryoungest son of Mrs, Martia Berryhill. Install officers for Auxiliary at Livermore Livormoro — Installation of officers -was held at the July meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at the Legion hall on — „ -„ ______ ______ _____ ______ Monday night, with Mrs, John skit, "Planting in the Garden", Renquist as installing officer. In- by Mrs. Tommy Kissinger and stalled were: President, Mrs. Mrs; Leonard Wilson. • i Richard McKenna; vica-pres., Assisting with the gifts were *?*• L f rov Gronbach; secretary, Joyce 'Morey, Mrs. Neil Deppe, I JJw.' vJohu Ho ro , Humboldt, and her two sisters Mrs. Clarence Werhling; serge* Shirley and Karen. Debra Halt' *"* 8 ' 118 - *** the vcV, k.73te 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE >UiLliMIDAlfARTOFTHiKO Visits in Israel BT 1 Dudley •' coffee and ; served punch. Those on the committee were Foth. were the evening's en- Mrs. Glenn Hawkins, Mrs., Andy• 2"*"" 1 ™** and in j d S rgB11iDl rCran, Mrs. Merle Thompson, %*?• *>b Bormann and Mrs Ray •r- «_. — . -»« «v KB *y*vi •%****/ I -ttMAn veflna ot\*99m,fi §x«* , Mrs. John Olson, Mrs., Myron t Dudley, Mrs. Art Zeman, Mrs. Bill Halterman, Mrs. Louis Vos- 5 berg and Mrs. Tommie Kissinger. ( ' A '' i REUNION SUNDAY r There was a Lundgren-Wickre family, reunion held at the , Log Cabiri park Sunday with a • potluck .dinner at noon. Towns represented were Rolfe, Clarion, Humboldt, and Algona. Also ; present' was Mr. and Mrs. Keith Zigler.of Sioux Falls, S. D., who < were weekend guests in the parental Siherm Wickre home. They ; , were,en route home from spending a week with his .relatives at ^Savannah, 111. Mr. and Mrs. J*rry,F«rstl and family of St. Benedict visited in the parental Richard Ferstl home Sunday evening to help in the celebration of the three gen- ,eration.i birthday, his mother's, •"his own-'and his oldest .daughter Jerri Lynn's, 9. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon' Scott and family of Storm Lake visited Sunday in the parental Norman Scott home. l Mr. and >Mrs. Bob Wondorly and two girls left Monday mom- ing for a few days vacation in Minnesota and planned to visit the Martin Millers at Cass Lake. Larry Wilson, who had sur< gery for a broken hip at Luth, eran hospital in. Fort,.,Dodge a week ago returned home oh Saturday and is geting about with ' the aid of crutches. ,".>'**'_ Zeimet. Lunch "was served by Mrs. Francis Hawkins, Mrs. lola Fotey and Mrs. Marvel Barton. Dale Joiners plan 25th at Livermore ; ' '.• Livormor*—An open house is being''held at the Methodist ihurch in • Livermore Sunday irorh 2 to 5 p.m. in honor of fir. and -Mrs. Dale Joiner for iheir' 25th wedding' anniversary. All, neighbors, friends and relatives are invited. Their two chil-; Mrs. Roger Uhlenhake of Ev ansdale flew home'Sunday morning to spend the v day with her folks, the Louis , Behouneks, flying from Waterloo to Forl Dodge. Kate McKenna had tho misfortune to slip on her back porch and broke some ribs one day last week, Mrs. Jessamine Miller accompanied her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs, Harl Gimer of Renwick to Grinnell on Saturday where they attended the wed ding of Mrs, Miller's nephew John Traford Murray that eve, nihg. ; Visitors in the Ernie Logue home from Friday until Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bruce of Red Oak, sister of Mrs. Logue On Sunday a picnic dinner was held at the Log Cabin park in their honor. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schultz and Dennie, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nickle, Linda and Billy, of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Schultz, Mark and Shelly, of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schultz and Jay, of Hudson. Mrs, Dora Gronbach and Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann entertained at a farewell party for Mrs. Grace Satern at the Gronbach home on Tuesday evening. Canasta was the evening's entertainment and lunch was served by the hostesses. Mrs. Satern received gift§ and cards from the guests who were: Mrs. J. C. Kelly, Mrs. Jacob Micliaelson, Mrs. Hattie Mil- 25th reunion *• • r J j' LuVerne class HCOUNtYADVANCt hosts for the assisted by other, close relatives. Dale 'Joiner and Luella Christiansen",were marreid at Kansas City, Mo; July 25, 1941. «__ •'s ' ALTMAN REUNION ^ An Altman , family reunion was held at Gotch's park in Humboldt July '10 with 61 present. A potluck dinner & supper was held and those present were Nick and Mike Altman, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. John Altman, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Altman, and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Altman and family, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. John Altman Jr and family, Algona, Mr. and Mrs: Tom Altmian and family, Irvington, Mr. and Mrs.' John Roeder and family of JON M. NELSON, son of the oa Ryridam.' He is an economics Jon Nelsons, former Algona and major ait St. Olaf and the ship LuVerne residents, is pictured returned in June after a semes- • ter at sea with 325 students. The Nelsons .now live at 4015 Maple ing campus; the IlollandrAmeri- Tree'Dr., Anaheim,^Calif. in LuV*rn* — The class of 1951 of jthe LuVerne high school held a reunion and picnic at the Lu- Verne town park Sunday. ' . The class consisted of 10 boys and 7 girls, and 12 attended with , families. Not present were Virginia Patterson, tyell Holmes, Edna Kunkel, Mary Ann* Loerwald, Mary Lou Froehlick, and Harlan Schneider, but messages were received from all but Harlan. Present were Dwight Sorensen, Cedar Rapids; Rita Larimer Miller, and Jerald Miller, Sargant, 'Mjnti!, Bill Barton, Port -Dodge; 'James Fett, Jerry Wolf, Marion Casey, LuVerne; Richard Thomas, St. Paul, Minn., Irene Wegner Dufel, Manhatten Beach, Calif.; Guy Giddings, Jr., Algona; Nancy Will, Mrs. Marion I Larson, Hardy. The Bryce Wick-' etts, LuVerne, teacher, spent the afternoon with them. COLORADO VISITORS Major and Mrs. Gerald Schi- >ull and two children, Colorado Springs, Colo., visited Friday to Monday with his parents, the A, A. Schipulls, brother Everett Jchipulls, and sister the Robert iarbers. A picnic Sundlay was leld at A. A. Schipull's and Everett's. Attending were the 0. J. -Carlsons, Albert City; Charles Hutchcrofts, Ames; R. E. Schipulls, Carl Schipulls, Mrs. Beulah Schipull, Don Schipulls, Duane Fields, all of Goldfield; Richard Larsons, Sioux ' City; Loren Schipulls, Stanley Schi- pulls, Ray ' Larsons, .Renwick; Bennie <; Bronleewes,, : Clarion; Robert; Barbers; A. A. Schipulls and Everett Schipulls, loiVerne, The: visitors went to Minot; N: D'., to visit her parents. on Sunday and on Monday attended funeral 'services; at St. Joe for SylvesterErpeldjng, brother tpf Mrs; Paul Behounek. .Mrs. Amelia Hoffman w*nt to e picnic pastor A pot-luck picnic supper wa? Algom Wednesday to .spend a held Thursday at the LuVerne few days with her sister, Mrs. ler, Mrs. Ernie Cornil Smith. and Mrs. Roger yhlenhake and family pf Evajisdale visited in the Louis Behounek home a couple of days last week and also visited relatives at Whittejuore. Mrs. UhlenJiake and Lmda were unable to accompany them, Mr*, Lyl* Ntlfon hid suro^ry hospital in, fort Paige at , keen § J of last week. f0» turaed who has at Mercy Algoria, Mr. arid Mrss. C. K. (Connie) Kohlhaas, Algona, Mr, and Mrs, Art Kohlhaas and family,' West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kohlhaas and family, of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. "Dub" Melavin, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs Clifford Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Baker and family, Livermore, and Mr. and Mrs. John Bert© and family of Kanawha, BUYS KANSAS HOME Mrs. Grace Saturn, who sold her house to Jerome Keller, has bought a house in Independence, Kan,, her former home and also to be near one of her daughters. She sold some of her household goods on Thursday and the rest was transported by truck to her new home on Saturday. HIGH BIDDER The Farmers Elevator was the highest bidder for the Kay Implement building at.the auction sale Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ptntico and family who have been living in California have nipved into the Presbyteiian Parsonage. There are five children in the family, two boys in high school and a girl in the grades. Mr, Pentico drives a truck for the Umthun Trucking Co. of Eagle Grove. Margaret Wtytr ha$ had • new garage which was conr structed by the lumber company moved on to the south lot near her home. J*n Btrto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Berte of Kana-- wha visited in the home of hey grandparents, the Cliff Bakesrs, last week. Mr. «nd Mr». Charjtf Logue of gon^ were ©veiling visitors one evening last w^k in the Freda Steussey. • Mrs. Dora Gronbach ontor- tained at , a coffee Wednesday afternoon at her home in honor of Mrs, Bill Berryhill who is visiting her parents the Frank Gronbachs at LuVerne. Thos© sharing the courtesy were Mrs. Roy Brown,, .Mrs. Dick Crow, .Mrs, Alla,n Sinclair, Mrs. Leroy and Mrs. Harold ' Gronbach. Charols Howard " and his housekeeper ; Mrs. Gochenour, have gone to his cabin at Pine River, Minn., for a few weeks. Mrs. Jessamin* Miller and Anna Murray accompanied Mr, and Mrs. John Voss Jr. of Lu- Verne to Moorhead, Minn., last week where they attended funeral services for a nephew, Ronald Murray, who had died very suddenly of a heart .attack at his home, Cheryl Wonderly and Louis* Clipson accompanied Judy Garma n to Iowa City on Sunday where they visited with her until Mrs. Aim* Madden *onf Sat. urday to Ringsted as guest of Her sister Mrs. Alta Madden over the weekend. i COUNCIL MmUTES •Council' j met in regular sosslon with MdVor Mollory presiding. r'.Couricllrtien present: Gronbach, Zcntr«ir, and Nfelsen. , . ' i Cdurtcilmen absent: Lawson. ; -. iThS following'bills were allowed: . I. P, C. Co. ..,-. ———$ 207,20 Fred'Gbctsch .- —- -- 0.00 N...W< -Bell Telephone :_-. — — /.OO K. C. Wolllne — ,, 36.87 Harold Trauger ..--...--.-- 117.99 Fred Goetscn .--^—-----Curtis Chapih State Tax Corhm, ^------i'— I. P. : E, -'R. S; ...----- T ^ id. i'Emp. Sec. Conhm. 4 int..'Rtvr Ser. <jj.'_i. i -i.'--'±ii-- fted Goetsch ------- T t---- r Del- Chemical Co.. Security' State Bank ---.- — - LiiVeme Crop Service: .Yem Hlene — ;—'--'-,-- ,, FrediGoetsch --------- '•<--.-- — r Marries PICTURED ABOVE are Donna Lee Richardson, daughter of the Howard Richardsons, Story City, arid Robert Dean Norcross, son of the Joseph Norcrosses,' Luyerne, who were married June 26 at the United Brethren church; Story City. The Rev. Paul Beckman performed the double ring ceremony. Shower for bride-to-be of Mrs. Harris Wadsworth, Mrs. 92.30 17.30 12.93 135.60 163.57 144.75 99.00 91.19 2.00 5.20 53.UO 10.00 9-00 2.0.00 20.00 20.00 126.94 24,10 . 51,04 54.30 28.75 17.50 879.11 . Amerledn Legion ---- 1-----.: Welpi*. McCarten - — ---u---,; Wm, Hard^cpf ---- ^----.- — .•(•, Henry • Loerwald - ---- ^.^-X-— « LuVerne Ins; Agency v - — '.--* Advance -Pud. Co./-—- ..... -. Nidl'sen's-'.DX- .-.-^---- — - — ',' James Mollory. — ---- — ---- :' Lowell's Skelly •---:. — - ---Brown Supply ------- ------Harold. Nielsen i — -'.:— — -• ---: It was voted to extend the water main td'Duone: Neal's. . . It ; was i-voUO • to :• advertise the budget as set up, and .set ths hearing, date for July 27, 1966. Motion to ,adj6urn. ' • H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk 1 KcctipM far June, 19»i General — ..... .-- — . — — _ $ 669.20 Street;^-- — ...... — — — _^- 858.21 Public Safety ......... . ---- -• 265,07 Sahitotlbn - ____ - — -..l— -J- 165.67 Mun. ; ' Ent, -------------- '.--.' 258.51 Recreation _______ •--- ------ ^- 165.67 Utilities : _____ ...... - — ...... ; 203.52 Road Use Tax — — — — — 483.59 Total — — — — -- — — ——. $3069.44 'Published in th3 Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, " X -July 14, 1966. ' Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — If wish Ho express my sincere thanks to all my relatives and good friends A pre-nuptial shower was |*iy- enjfoturday, July 1« inVLaiira RUey had the lesson followed by | ^!™ft^^.&±£ the Surprise entertainment "A ATTEND WEDDING ,. ,The,John Vosses, Jr., were in Grinnell Saturday for a wedding of her nephew Lt. John Murray, son of H Lawrence' Murray, Forl Dodge, and Betty Strand; Then they went to Newton and were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ruby Murray, wife of the late Leon ^^'^SSS^^JS^^S fers^rJohn'Guy, ^."Margar- (™* Harvey Helgason, Armstrong, | for cards, letters, visits,', flowers Mrs. Verne Oderman and two and other gifts from Ft, Dodge children, Nashville^ Tenn., were and: LuVerne, as 1 was hospital- Wednesday guests of Mrs. Alma ized in the'Lutheran hospital fbl- Madden, their aunt. They were lowing my accident. Many thanks also coffee guests of the James to all. Wilson Legler, LuVerne Mallorys. , and Fort Dodge. 57* The Friendly Neighbor c I u b met Monday evening with Mrs. Robert Barber. Guests were Mrs. Don Schipull and Mrs. Duane Schipull, Goldfield. Mrs.. John Doris terpf; , .. . . .. .. , will be married to John Guy, son, of the Roy Guys, Renwick and LuVerne August 22. There were The Victor Knarys, Molino, III., Tuesday to Saturday last . 40 guests. Hostesses were sis- week^th lus parents the 'Em.. • •-__-.•.«- . __ •• .w ' i ' I tnatr K.niamre ' . • . town park with 70 present. Honored were the Rev. and Mrs. Roy A. Beisemeycr, who was, return* ed to serve the LuVerne Methodist church. A purse of money;' daughter Patricia, ,Crown Point, iRr^^R^k^ety lifrs? Joe'cros-' their daughter; the'JudeanVWei ' _ _* ' ' . A . _ f.f* — * . « • * _' _ - - - .* ' T.*. J • ffl^Ln **mm «4-A.«^M,m~J «M T\A1M 'ftfl:4k£**tf«.« , ^^* *. . . * . ' . . . _ ... _ "." • i • " ' w '' * '••' ''. • ' -' 1 ' .* 1 , . brother Robert Murray and et Anderson, Mrs. Louis (Patty) Th* Edwin Martys, LuVerne, ' was given. An official board meeting followed in the park after social hour. *•..> The Fred Merkles had guests Saturday for his. sister Esther Merkle, Westmar college, .Le- Mars, here for the weekend. She showed slides of her trip to Europe in 1965, • Her pictures included living Merkle relatives in Germany she visited. Present were the Louis Merkles, Henry Martys, Charles Merkles, Lu- Verne, Earl Lehmans, Larry, Des Moines,' : A winter card club had a picnic at ,the LuVerne town park Sunday. Present were seven members of the club, the Dale Skip Bob Nielsens, Clem Sti'iplings, Henry Heftys, Harding Hansens; absent, the Tuseday evening when they re-,Richard Bristows. Guests were '. . * • « ' i •-. i «. *' * AI_ _ »_ _ • r\ _ _ _ the Jack Guys. An Olson reunion was hold Sunday at the park in Bode with 40 attending. Their mother Mrs? Louis (Amelia) Olson, who lives at the St. Mark's Retirement -class of 1951. turned by bus to Fort Dodge. The Bob Wohderlys met them there. ^ / Swim lessons to star) Monday The LuVerne Planning Coun-jRoy Hanselman^ families. cil announced the schedule forj Mrs. Eunice Meyer, Adel, was swimming lessons to start July a weekend visitor with relatives 25, Monday through Friday for here. She accompanied Sandra two weeks, The school bus lea- Stripling here from Des Moines, ves the LuVerne city hall at 8:15 who visited her mother, Mrs. a.m. daily. . -.-.... Ind. They stopped in Des Moines and a great nephew David Avitt, 14, came, for a vacation here: They also .stopped in Maxwell to' call at Supt. Wesley Baddley's. He is the son of the Rev. William Baddleys now at Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge. WORKS IN CANADA David Trauger, Ames, left Saturday for Yellow Knife, ^Jorth west Territory, Canada, for eight weeks research work on his Ph.D, degree. ;He recently received his masters degree at the university. He is majoring in conservation. Mrs. David Trauger remained in Ames where she is a nurse in Mary Greeiey hospital. Her sister, Kris "Hahselman, is staying with her. David's parents the Harold Trau- gers, took him to Jamestown, N, p., Saturday returning Monday. Th* Richard Thomas**, St, Paul, Minn,, were weekend guests of his parents the Bert Thomases. Richard .came to attend the reunion Sunday of his Home in Austin, Minn., was not able to come. From LuVerne were the Edwin, Carl and Le- home of his brother, the Ernie Lehmans, Des A picnic wti hold at Henry Marty's Sunday with guests Esther Merkle, Le Mars, the Earl kogues. Charles fl - . .. Merkles, Fred Merkles, Mrs, Mr. end Mrs, Pawl Benpynek Marie Maa.ss, Maebelle and Bob, 4 son Marvin, of Hayfield, George jSghgetej:, Minn., grayed overnight at the Jtue, ' " weeks Mrs. ing his McClellan, uncle, the Jack Jessie * T , he August J. P«rgfnd«i »t;' Gerald Wellers,'Dayton,'ohio tended an Anderson reunion of is soendine «»^oT L^ „*;£ her family Sunday in Snell !„* Vi« .IS?, Park in Fort Dodge. Towns represented were Fort Dodge, Aurelia, Alta, Have-lock, Bmdgate; Humboldt, Dakota City, Lu- Verne, Cedar Rapids, Marengo. The Henry Kvbly* and Mrs. Lester Smith attended tlje era! Friday of Mrs, Anns Smith in the Hardy Me$w church. Burial was in, Wie Cleans, aunts, the Harold Meyers and Leonard Wilsons. c , Jack and Joe Guy and their sister Mrs. Maxine Collins, Fprf Dodge, flew, in the Guy brothers Cessna to Minneapolis, Saturday visit their sister Mrs. Chir* e Chan<tlan<J, surgical patient in the. jJiarnaxip hospital. Weekend gu*sts of the P*nni« Holn^eses were her parentf 8fl4 sister the Frances Shermans aacj ley, Goldfield;. Mrs. Maxine Col- thas, Randall, have returned lins, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Jack. Guy from visiting, the. daughter, the and Mrs. ! ;Joe Guy, LuVerne. , Arnie Elberts, in Harlan,. and Pouring was Mrs. Bernice' sons, the Eldon and Robert Mar- Currah, Blue Earth, Minn,, an tys, Oxford, Neb. aunt, and serving punch was; Th* N*ls J*ns*ns hav* return- Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Waterloo; ed from a trip by bus to Myrtle | Beach, S: C,, vvhere tiiey spent assisted her two weeks visiting their son AB- also an aunt. Mrs. Cawood daughter with opening gifts. RECEIVE MEMORIAL The July meeting of the Memorial Society was held at the LuVerne town hall Thursday. Mrs. Anne Smith presided. Hoe* tesses were Mrs. Henry Kubly, Miss Emma Krause and Mrs, Etn- mett Knary. A memorial serv- 1C Donald and Mrs. Jensen and 17-months-old Jurgen. Mrs. Donald Jensen is a German girl who •he", married during- his three years service in Germany. Esther Merkle, LeMars, was a weekend guest of her sister, the Henry Martys, and brother, the Fred Merkles. She is a long time first grade teacher in the ice was held for a recent long- LwVerne school and now head of time member, Mrs..- Edward, Leila Hof, by Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Faye Lichty, In memory of Mrs. Elsie Steussy, a letter was received from her daughter, Martha Steussy Goicoechea, Reno, »T • •-_ »il_ >.. _ " ^IJU. _ * AAA « A.»- _ the library department of West- mar college, LeMars, Mrs. Hattie Liehty, St. Petersburg, Fla., was a Wednesday overnight guest of her. sister-in- law Mrs. Faye Lichty, Mrs, Lich- Nev., with a gift of $20 for the ty is visiting her three phildren John Renti, Britt, visited Monday afternoon with his sister Mrs. Lund. Tho Rev. A. Bitttmtytr ii at Camp Quest, Okoboji, attending a Foyt Podge District Camp meeUng for the week. Mri, Wtt- liam Goetsch, LuVerne, is leader of a Camp Quest group. .Mrs. Lydia Lund rtfwrts h*r daughter Pe-lores, the Walter ar4s, pavenport, have a by juioptiw. Bom June 19, she is najn&J Susan Jean. They have a six year old son Paul, by adoption. Ne«l society. Refreshments were served following bingo, The late Mrs, Elsie Steussy was a long time president of the Memorial Society, Guests at Henry Kubly's and visiting old friends were Mrs, Nelle Beigger, Thor, formerly of LuVerne, her daughter Lenore, Mrs. Lawrence McDermott, and daughter Patricia, Thor, »n4 Mrs. Carrie Beigger Newton, of St. Joseph, _Mo,, sister-in-law of Mrs. Nelle Darrol and Darin, yovnf »ona of the.; Pennis StolU, Cigle Grove, were recent gueste ol their grandparents, tpe Rj came Sunday to visit his parents JtJie Nete Jensens, sisters Mrs. Donald Thomas, LuVerne, and the Ejijmjm4 Cle§r Sharman, Fort $ityrdjy §t were the AJ Kohls, Mrs. . Brown TJ9M)iy/ 13, ton of th* Richard Brwtows Iia4 an appendectomy the hospital at Britt. Mr*. Amilii Hifisf Jinan visited -Thw?d^y m West '" 4aupter Helen, _j Their parent!! were on i trip in Minnesota. The William Priori, Ida Gr*v*, called on friends in LuVerne pi» Thursday. 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