Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on December 8, 1939 · Page 4
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, December 8, 1939
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AGE POUR DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. URIAH. CALIFORNIA FRIDAY, DBCEMBER 8. 1939 WOMEN'S SOCIAL AND CLUB NEWS JEAN MARIE KINSLER • SOCIETY EDITOR Myrtle Rawles Installed Worthy Matron, Kingsley Chapter, Eastern Star The 1940 staff of officers for Kingsley Chapter No. 58, Order of Eastern Star, was installed Monday evening, De- cembeti 4, at one of the most beautiful and gracious installation rituals ever to be recorded in the annals of Kingsley Chapter. Everett Ingram Claims Mary Smith As Bride Mrs. Myrtle Rawles wa:s installed as Worthv Matron, succeeding Mrs. Katherine Martin, and M. D. Perkins was given the charge of office for worthy patron, succeeding W. H. Brunner. The retiring Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron were installing officers, assisted by Mrs. Drusia Harris and Mrs. Nina Banlcer. Over 200 guests, including many out of town visitors, were privileged to witness the Impressive ceremonies. The Kingsley Chapter colors of blue and gold were carried out in exquisite detail, both In floral decorations and in the gowns of the Incoming and outgoing matrons, as well as In the drill officers' costume-.. As a charming tribute to Msr.le Rawlefi, Incoming matron, Hal Rhodes, prominent San Francisco soloist, .<-ang two solos, accompanied on the piano by Katherine Harvey. George Rhodes, father of the soloist, is a former superintendent of schools in this county, and Mrs. Rhbdes, mother of the soloist, Is a member of the Rawles family. Other musical numbers were as follows: Instrumental trio, Rodney Pacini, Ernst Neuhaus, and Bud Smith; vocal solos, Kathleen Thurston; piano solo. Ada Romer; vocal solo, Margaret Byrnes. Among the honored visiting officers was Mrs. Christine Pennock of Point Arena, deputy grand matron, ninth district. Staff Installed The staff inducted into office for the coming year is as follows: Worthy Matron, Myrtle Rawles; Worthy Patron, M. D, Perkins; associate matron, Grace Toles; associate patron, W. J. Mellls; secretary, Bess Evcr- .sole; tref^urer, Gertrude Polsom; conductress, Hazel Harmon; associate conductress, Katherine Foster; chaplain, Edna Neuhaus; marshal, Katherine Martin; organist, Ardis Conoly; warder, Ruth Anker; sentinel, Ethel German; star points, Hazel Gownn, Ada; Hazel Anderson, Ruth; Mae Anderson, E-slher; Camlllc Lindbergh, Martha; Ellen Scott, Electa; and Ben Scott, flag bearer Following the installation guests were .served refreshments in the banquet hall. Mis. Cora Sandelin was chairman of the committee in charge. Pre-Holiday Luncheon Social Event A pre-Christmas bridge-luncheon was enjoyed by 68 guests who gathered in the Saturday Afternoon club rooms Wednesday. The party was sponsored by the club under the able direction of Mrs. Lon Gibson. Miniature Christmas trees formed the centerpieces at each table, and the decorations in the club rooms reflected the Christmas spirit. Scoring awards in contract were won by Mrs. Charles M. Fulkerson, Mrs. S. L. Rea and Mrs. Hugh L. Preston. Mrs. E. McCarty won high score in auction bridge, and Mrs. O. F. Elphlck was awarded first prize in Chinese checkers. • San Jose Family Entertained By Ukiahans Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burnham and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witter bade farewell to friends from San Jose on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Volncy Garner and daughters, Gall and Lois, were guests in the Buniham- Witter home from Thursday evening of last week until Tuesday, December 5.' On Friday, December 1, Mrs. Burnham arranged a birthday dinner In honor of her daughter, Mrs. Witter. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Bennett of Ukiah joined the guests on that occasion. Arthur Cheater Witter, younK son of Mr. and Mrs. Witter, made the presentation of gifts to his mother on her birthday. A marriage announcement of much interest to Mendocino county is that of Miss Mary Smith and Everett Ingram, both well known former residents of this county. The young couple were united in marriage on Tuesday, November 28, In the home of the Rev. Warren Bonner of Fresno, former pastor of the Ukiah Methodist church. Following a wedding trip of ten days at Carmel they will establish their home at 3301 Bruce street, Oakland. The bride is the daughter and only child of the late Dr. Donald R. Smith and Mrs. Mary Smith. Dr. Smith was formerly medical superintendent of Mendocino State Hospital at Talmage. Mrs. Smith makes her home in Burllngamc. The bride has been on the nursing staff of Highland Hospital In Oakland for a number of years. The groom has been a member of the state highway patrol force on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge for the past two years. He is a member of one of the oldest families in the county. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ingram of Navarro are his parents, and Mrs. Tod Hinds of Ukiah and Warren and Rea Ingram of Navarro are sister and brothers of Ingram. Congratulations are being extended to the couple by a wide circle of Mendocino county friends of the two families. Farewell Party For Leland Montgomery Leland Montgomery of Ukiah, who sailed Saturday for China to join the United States Navy forces there, waa complimented at a farewell party participated in by members of the Little Dutch Band, of which Montgomery was an active member. The party was held Wednesday evening in the home of Domenic Broggl. The band played several of their favorite numbers under the leadership of Dr. C. E. Roberta, the leader and organizer, as part of the evening's entertainment. Montgomery was given a beautiful cake which Bubbles Roberts, young daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Roberts baked for the occasion. The cake was topped with a miniature battleship and tiny American flags In keeping with the farewell theme. A bon voyage card, signed by members of the band, accompanied the gift presentation. Honored by Eastern Star Four Generations Bid Farewell To Relative Frank Tafts Are Honored at Housewarming Attorney and Mrs. Frank Taft were guests of honor Wednesday evening at a surprise party arranged by filcnda as a housewarming for the homo the Tafts built recently on Joiu .'S Htrfot. The quests brouKhl refreshments for the party and presented the Tafts with a beautiful set of blue bedside lamps. Guests who shared In the pleasure of the evening were Messrs. and Meadames Fred Bosworth, R. J. Pearl, Olin Slocuin, H. R. Walsh, Ralph Hogan, Arthur Bradley. A. H. Hurlock. J. P. Mason. Henry C. Spurr. Will Davl.s, H. R. Pauli. Mr. and Mr.^. Taft were Thanksgiving dinner hosts to Attorney and Mrs. Ru-ssell Taft and two children of Vallejo, and Mr. and Mrs. R, S. Parker of Petnluma, parents of Mrs, Russell Taft. Annual Christmas Party of Anderson Valley Club Held Twenty members of the Anderson Valley club were pieaent in the homo of Mrs. E, B. Ball Tuesday evening to participate in the annual Chiustmas party of the club. Gifts were exchanged around an nttruetively decorated Christmas tree. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ball, Mrs. l,ilburn Gibson and Mr.s. J. C. Thomson, hostesses. Mrs. Sidney Groshong of Ukiah was welcomed as a new member at the business meeting, presided over by Mrs. Arthur Romer, president. Mrs. Groshong Is a member of the pioneer Hiatt family of Anderson Valley. Mrs. Collins Is Guest in Vayssie Hotel Suite Myron Brazier Greets Relatives on His Way to New York Myron Brazier of Spokane. Washington, had the pleasure of a reunion with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving M, Brazier of Ukiah, and his slater, Miss Betty Brazier of the University of California, for the brief period of two hours Wednesday afternoon, between stopovers of the train on which he was a passenger for New Yorit as a representative of his business firm. Wednesday was the occasion of, Myron Brazier's birthday, and the | Brazier family enjoyed a birthday i <llnnor in Han Francisco prior to his departure. The local couple Mrs, Charlotte M. Collins Is expected to return to Ukiah on Sunday, following a visit of ten days in San Francisco. Mrs, Collins is enjoying a visit with her grandsons, Bob and Gene Vayasle. at the Roosevelt hotel suite of the boys' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rene Vayssie. Mr. and Mrs. Vay­ ssie are on a trip to the southern part of the state, and Mrs. Collins will remain with her grandsons until their return, which will probably be Sunday. Christmas Motif Used for Richard Ruddick's Party The second birthday of Richard Ruddick, which occurred Sunday, December 3rd, was the occasion for a party which hla mother, Mrs. Ernest Ruddick, arranged on Tuesday afternoon, December 5. A birthday cake, topped with red candles, was served from a table decorated in the Christmas motif. Red glass bubbles were placed in a wreath of red berries for a striking centerpiece. Guests Invited were Mrs. Alice Tracy and son Donald, Mrs. Vernon Yates and son Donald, Mrs. Channing Cornell and twin sons, Howard and Channing, Mrs. B. C. McFarlIng and daughter Ann, Mrs. J. F. Manning and son John. On the previous Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ruddick entertained at a family dinner In observance of the birthday of Mrs Ruddick's brother, Harold LaPorte, and the Ruddick baby's birth anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. LaPorte, Eleanor LaPorte. and Mrs, Frank LaPorte were present. Carol Nevin Bride In Santa Rosa Mis.s Carol Nevin. a former resident of Ukiah, became the bride of John E, Moore of Santa Rosa on Sunday, December 3, In a ceremony performed in the parsonage of the Control Christian/ church at 834 Third street, Santa Rosa. The attractive bride wore a frock of pigeon blue with black accessories. Her honor attendant was her sister, Agnes Nevin, who was gowned in a moss green suede cloth dress and accessorlra of black. Mr, B, J, Klttlesen of Santa Rosa was best man, Mrs. Carrie Nevin of Ukiah. moth- Preston Johnson Honored at Birthday Party Mis, Preston Johnson and Mr. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Josle John- .son. were co-hostesaes Wednesday evening in their home, when they entertained at a party honoring the birthday of^ Preston Johnson. A birthday dinner waa served to a group of guests, followed by an informal reception to which other friends were invited. The traditional birthday cake was served during the evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs, Mark King, Mr, and Mrs. Jack Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. M. Gaugen- baugh. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Johnson, Miss Wilma Scoviil, Miss Mary Siiupc, Mrs. Edith McCain, Mrs. Josie Johnson, Ed O'Donneil, Mark King, Jr„ Bob King, Arthur Alger, Mrs. Beth Brackctt was unable to attend. A family gathering of four generations was held in the home of Mrs. Lorena Rains on Sunday, the day prior to the.departure of Mrs. Rains' mother, Mrs. Anna McDaniels, for her home in Bentonville, Arkanaaa. Mrs. McDaniels has been a house guest of her daughter for the past three months. The birthday of the hostess, which occurs on Thursday, December 7, was also celebrated at the family dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Aldrich and family of Fort Bragg, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rains, Ralph Rains of Eureka, Arnold and Bobby Rains, Mrs. McDaniels and Mrs. Rains. Photographs were taken of the four generations preaent. Mrs. Myrtle Rawles, who was installed Worthy Matron of Kingsley Chapter No. 58, Order of Eastern star, Monday night in the Masonic Temple, is pictured above. Prior to her election to the highest honor Kingsley Chapter can bestow on a member, Mrs. Rawles served as Conductress of the lodge. —HIIOIVOOIK JOI IO.\<ill.AVI>i(i Marriage of Roy Gilmore Is Announced A wedding of interest to friends of the F. E Oilmore family, former residents of Ukiah, comes in the announcement of the marriage of Roy Gilmore and Miss Nina Swartz, both of Redding. The marriage vows were exchanged in Medford, Oregon, Friday, December 1. The groom is a graduate of both the elementary and high schools of this city, and Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Gilmore of Anderson, California. He is engaged as manager of the Richfleld Oil interests in Redding, California. The bride is also a resident of Redding. The newlywed couple were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gilmore and Mrs. Mamie E. Green on Monday and Tuesday of this week. The groom is a brother of Marcus Gilmore. After leaving Ukiah the couple continued their honeymoon trip to southern California. Christmas Party Of Kosmos Club December 14 Members of the Kosmos Club are making interesting plans for their Christmas party, which will be held In the municipal clubhouse the afternoon of December 14. Hostesses for the day will be Mrs. Bertha Zeek, Mrs. Hazel Weller, and Mrs. Ellen Leno. Mrs. Ina Branson is Kosmos Club president. B B I DINNER PARTY J H- ffl- GUESTS OF FRIENDS | Mrs. M. B. Glatt, well known resident of Hopland, was the guest of ^ Mr, and Mrs. T. L, Hiatt at their I home on North Oak street, Friday and Saturday of last week. Mrs. Glatt attended the Harvest Festival of Ukiah Grange with her host and hostess. -m A group of five close friends was present Thursday evening for a chicken dinner in the home of Prances Felklns. The holiday atmosphere was reflected in table decorations ot autumn leaves and holly berries. The group was composed of Alta E. Dillingham, Eleanor Shore, Frances Pelkins, Myrtle Wade, and Lola Dumas. After an informal evening the hostess served light refreshments. II m DAUGHTER BORN motored to Beikeley Wednesday . .t. ^ ,^ and accompanied Betty to of the bride, was a guest at the Franeiaeo to eomplete the family I ^P«"' ^"^^ Kioup. They returned to Vkiah Wednesday evening. Leslie E. Crawfords Preside at Birthday Dinner Tuesday Mr, and Mrs. I.e.slie K. Ciawford were liosts at a turkey dinner in their counti'y home at Lar^o Tiiea- day evening, December 5, on the occasion of the host's birthday. Those present to share in the Crawford hoapitulity were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crawford of Ukiah, Mrs. J, J. Th(wnton and son Cedric, of Potter Valley, and Mr. anti Mrs, Jack Crawfunl. preceding the wedding as a guest of her daughter. The newly-married couple will be at home to friends at 1009 Rutledge street, Santa Rosa. followUig their return from a honeymoon of unannounced destination. The bride has many frlend.s in Ukiah who extend wi.shes to her and her husband, gfl • m SANTA CRUZ TRIP f*I Mr. and Mrs. I.- L. V/hltraore will aocor.ipany Mrs. Whlimore's mother. Mrs. iHabella Sweltzer, to her home in the Santa Cruz mountains during the coming week end. Mrs, Sweltzer has been a house guest of her daughtej and .'son-ln-law for the past fori night. Mr. Walitschek Felicitated on His Birthday Mr. Louis Walitschek. who has been ill at his home in Homo Wood Grove near Laughlin station, Redwood Valley, was showered with cards of good wishes by more than SO friends on his birthday Sunday. Many friends called at the Walit­ schek homo during the day to greet him on the occasion. Two special candle-lighted birthday cakes, baked by Mrs. E. R, Jones and Mrs, E. B. Watson, were served with tea to those who called. The day was a very happy one for the guest of honor, who retains many pleasant memories of the occasion. Joanne Hampton Has Party on 1st Birthday The first birthday of Joanne Hampton, raughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hampton, was celebrated at an informal party arranged by Mra. Hampton Tuesday evening, December 5. A birthday cake was served to the following guests: Mr, and Mrs. Tom Hampton, paternal grandparents of Joanne, Clyde Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. E, A. Giffen, maternal grandparents of the honorce. Miss Faye Hull, Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Shupe, Ireta and Jlnimle Shupe, Co-Hostesses at Bridge-Luncheon Fi'iday Afternoon For the second time In a week, Mrs, Bertha Masters and Mra. E. W, James were co-hostcaaes to luncheon and bridge guests Fri- dhy. Twenty-four guests were greeted at The Firs, home of Mrs. Masters. Table decorations were in the holiday motif. Contract scoring awards were won by Mrs. S. L. Rea and Mia. John P. Mason. Lilburn Gibsons Hosts to Guests At Dinner Party The dance at the Masonic Temple Saturday evening was the inspiration tor a dinner party which Mr. and Mra. Lilburn Gibaon gave. Their gueata were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Preston, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thornton, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. W, G. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hildreth were unable to attend. ffl SI Friends of Mr. and Mis. Joe Brc- gante of San Francisco are receiving cards announcing the biith of a daughter to the couple. The little girl, first child in the family, was born November 29 in San Francisco. Mrs. Bregante will be remembered as the former Betty Thompson, a resident of Ukiah until about live years ago. During her stay In Ukiah Mrs, Bregante made her home with Mrs. Eugene Giannoni, H tg; ! RENE MARTYS HERE | H H Mr. and Mrs. Rene Marty of San Francisco were guests In the home of Mrs, Marty'.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Adams, on Saturday and Sunday, Marty and Wilburn Brown spent the time hunting in the Covelo section. Mr. Marty is manager and owner of the Geary hotel in San Francisco. m- I PENNINGTONS lIONiOBED | II ffl Mr. and Mrs. Maitland S. Pennington of Sacramento were honored on the occasion of their sixth wedding anniversary when Mr. Pennington's mother, Mrs. Alf Pennington, entertained recently at a I'eception in her liome in Meridian, Sutter county. The Pennington family are among the original pioneers of Mendocino county. Donald Nassies Have Daughter A fine baby girl was born at the Martinez Hospital Wednesday morning to Mr. and Mr.s. Donald Nassie of Ukiah, and both mother and babe are doing nicely. Mrs. Na-ssie has been in Martinez for several weeks prior to the baby's arrival, the guest of hsr mother and Mrs. M, E. Fuller, mother of Donald Nassie. The new arrival is the first grandchild of Fred Nn.s.sie and a niece of Miii-s Mar.jorie Nassie of Ukiah, Don- aid N."is.sie is one of Ukiah'.s progressive young business men. MARRIAGE APPLICATION BUSSIERE-JONES,--In Ukiah, on Decenrlicr 2, to Charles R, Bussiere of Areata, and Ethel Jones of Eureka, MARRIAGE LlflCN'SE FAYE-BLOYD.-In Reno, Nevada, to Robert Faye and Sarah Bloyd, both of Navarro. Mendocino county, California, SCOUT AUXILIARY The Mothers' Auxiliary of the Boy Scouts will hold a business meeting at the municipal clubhouse Friday, December 8, at 2:30 p, m., according to Mra. Harold Lovegreen, president. Dr. n. A. Milne DENTIST nonn S-U; 1-5 Telephone 249 SaTinyi Bank Bldf. Dklah Calif. CHAS. KASCH Attorney and Counselor at LAW Odd FellowB Bulldlne North State St. DUah. Calif. are in the Bag Save money for a Merrier Chrislmaa on Greyliound's low fares. Frequent Service. Luxurious Super - Coaches. EXAMPLES! one w«y round trip $2.15 $3.})0 6.75 12.15 35.60 64.10 San Francisco . Los Angeles . . Chicago Fresno 4.45 8.05 Salt Lake City . 13.90 25.05 DEPOT: Maple Cafe Phone 86 0retrbottnd CHRISTIAN CHCKCH W. Theodore Matlook, Paiitor ' Bible School at 9:45. Classes for all ages. Morning worship service at 11:00 o'clock. Sermon by the pastor on "The Cause and Cure of Sin." Christian Endeavor and Bible study class at 6:30 p. m. Evening gospel service at 7:30. The subject of the sermon at this service will be, "Watchman, What of the Night." Wednesday evening Bible study class and prayer service at 7:30. A cordial Invitation is extended to all to attend these services. CATHOUO SERVICES Father Adrian Sharke>y, Pastor Assistants: Father Raphael Quinn, Father Roger AndenMin Albertinum Convent—West Perkins street, Mass at 7:00 a. m. St. Mary's Church —First and second Sundays, Masses at 8:30 and 10:00 a. m.; other Sundays, at 10:00 a. m. Calpella—Mass at 9:00 a. m. except first Sunday. St. Francis Rancherla—First Sunday of the month. Mass at 10:15 a. m.; other Sundays, Mass at 9:00 a. m. State Hospital—Third Sunday of the month. Mass at 9:00 a. m. Hopland—First Sunday of the month. Mass at 9:00 a. m.; other Sundays, Mass at 10:15 a. m. Indian Rancherias — First Sunday of month, St. Domlnim'a, Mass at 9:00 a. m.; second Sunday of month, St. Joseph's, Mass at 9:00 a. m.; fourth Sunday of month, St. Patrick's, Mass at 9:00 a. m. preaching a special sermon. His text Sunday morning will be, "The Churches of Christ Salute You." The subject of the sermon will be, "The Greatest Romance in Hj(|> tory." The public Is cordially invited. BOONVILI.E FENTFC08TAI. ASSEMBLY ^ G. Akera, Paator Services' Wednesday and Frtda> evenings at 7:80; Sunday School, 10 a, m., worship hour, 11 a. m.; evangelistic meeting, 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to come and hear Ood'a word. METHODIST CHURCH Mark Pike, Minister Church School at 9:45 a. m. Sermon at 11:00 o'clock, "The Hunger for the Better Things ot Life." Epworth League at 6:45 p. m. Chapel service at 7:30. Monday, 7:30—Meeting of Official Board. Tuesday, 6:30 — Methodist Men's Supper. Wednesday afternoon, 2:30—Prayer and Bible study. * KPISCOPAL SBRVICES Holy Trinity Church Rev. E. H. Benson, Vicar First Sunday—Holy Communion at 11:00 a. m. Third Sunday Morning Prayer at 11:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Leonard O. Brown, Pastor Bible school 9:45 a.m. Classes for every age. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. B. Y. P. U. 6:46 p.m. Junior, senior, and adult groups. Evening service 7 :30 p.m. Song service and gospel message. Midweek prayer service and Bible study Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Come and worship with us. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH RJchurd A. Van der Las, D. D., Minister Church School at 9:45. Morning worship at 11:00 o'clock. Dr. Van der Las will celebrate his 74th birthday anniversary by CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH In the Christian Science church Sunday a lesson-sermon will be read on the subject, "God the Preserver of Man." The Golden Text will be: "The Loi-d shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore." (Ps. 121:8). Bible selections will Include the following passages from John 3:14-15-17: "And as Moses lifted up the aerpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up: That whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life. . . . For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved." A passage from the Christian Science textbook will also be Included, which reads as follows: "Understanding spiritual law ^d knowing that there is no materia! law, Jesus said: 'These signs shall follow them that believe, . . . they shall take up serpents, and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them. They shall lay bumfs on the sick, and they shall recover.'" (p. 328). • Miss Velma Alexander is recovering satisfactorily at her home from an appendectomy which she \inderwent recently at Ukiah General Hospital. Dr. L. K. Van Allen is attending physician. Mrs. Jessie Brunner la in San Francisco for a few days. Give your living room a lift with LIGHT-CONDITIONING CHECK the places in your living room tonight that correspond with those numbered in the floor plan above. Then see how closely your lighting matches the kind recommended by lighting experts. It's surprising what a "lift" light-conditioning gives your living room. Light-conditioning means having enough light in enough places so everybody in your family can read, work, or play with greater eye comfort. Ask for a free Light Meter checkup of the present lighting in your home. Then buy and try L E. S. lamps that give soft and glare- less light SEI YOUR DEALER OR THIS COMPANY • PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY • 167W-I239

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