Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 19, 1959 · Page 5
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, October 19, 1959
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Food and Comment By Beffy Eckard n Every State But Hawaii; Mexico, Canada— Traveling Hobby of Russel Franz Family Mrs. Russel Fran?, says that she hasn't had much opportunity to be Punkins come in pics, jack-o-! a "collecting" hobbyist — (he fam- lanterns, decorations and c o w ; ily has had to move too often. Not feed. Sometimes they come in [only has the family moved: they've cookies, usually frosted orange j been traveling, too with raisin eyes and noses and J happy 'or horrible) grins. Now and then a green sprig of something commemorates their connection to the vine. We say punkin. because that's how most people pronounce "pumpkin." Then we went to the dictionary, and found so many ways folks used to spell this word, that we wondered how the "pumpkin" spelling ever came about. Mr. Webster says "pumpkin" comes from the older pompion, pompon, through the middle French pompon, popon. pep on: from the Latin pepo. peponis: from the Greek pepon, all of which came from the meaning "cooked by the sun," or ripe, mellow. In England, the dictionary s"ays, it. is any variety of squash. Indeed, here at home, some of the Lest punkin pie we've eaten was made of squash or sweet potatoes. Reading on, we see that there is a pumpkin head 'one with cropped hair — a roundhead — a puritan _ a dolt, i.e., a blockhead >: there is a pumpkin pine fan old white pine which is cut with the greatest ease like a pumpkin and we conclude it pumpkin, too>; (which not only is the pumpkin's means of perpetuation but is a type ot sailboat and a kind of sunfishi. and a pumpkin yam (which is a tweet potato'. "Pumpkinification" is a Greek satirical word meaning "extrava- Mr. and Mrs. Franz and their two sons, Chuck and Ron. have traveled in all- of the states except Hawaii, and in Canada and Mexico as well. This was done in summer and Christmas vacation time, and with the whole family in school work, these vacation times were available. Last Christmas, it was the Rose Bowl game in California: the Christmas before, it was to Texas. They go by car, so they can do a lot of sight-seeing. In Business Here Probably this will end now. with the family's moving to Carroll, where they have gone into business as owners of the Davis Paint Store. Russel Franz and Esther Rogue were teaching at Lane. S. D.. when they met. They were married Dee. during the last five years, and is qualified to teach grades one through junior college, with special attention to English and social sfudies. This work has meant work with speech and dramatic students, too. She is especially proud of her Times Herald, Carroll, \a. Monday, Oct. 19, 1959 arc natives of South Dakota, and both graduated from college there. Russel received his bachelor's degree from the school at Heron. S Fair View students. She had 15 ! D.. and his master's from the Uni- local speech contestants; nine went, versify of South Dakota at Vermillion. Esther's bachelor's degree came from the college at Sioux Falls. S. D. to the contest at Storm Lake; six of these went to the district: three of these went to the state. Of these three contestants, one had three division one's; two of them received two division one's and one division two. Lived in Scranlon From Fair View they went to Scranton, and it was while they were there that the Davis Paint at once, and she has found that ! in using prepared cake mixes, the ' addition of a quarter-cup of cook- j ing oil gives a moist, well-keeping; cake. | Most of these recipes feature quantity and keeping qualities, well beloved — he lived in their room the year around. Each year (he Iamb comes out. a new wick i" installed, new frosting whipped I up to freshen his coat, and he again is burned to commemorate Her parents are gone now, but she has two brothers living in South Dakota, and they believe in the rural and small-town life. One of her brothers, for nearly obtained his grce in agriculture, and has received requests to go into husi- I the holiday. When his wick is lit, i he glows down to his tail. j Having taught these last five •years. Mrs. Franz has accumula- instance. has ; led recipes which are easily pre- master's de-i pared, yet unusual. Of necessity, (hey have been the type which fill up hungry, growing boys. When store opening became available, ness in Chicago. But he has sons and seemed what they would like, to raise, and chose to stay in Dato do. Mr. Franz was principal of kota. (he Scranfon school, and Mrs. Fran/ taught English and social studies and directed the plays. Her eldest brother. Harold, was n lawyer in South Dakota, and had been elected to and served on the A school-teaching job in Carroll j South Dakota supreme court until was offered to Mrs. Franz, but 21, 1!)40. at the Little Brown Church I inasmuch as her sons, Chuck. 1(> at Nashua, and were couple No. [years, is a senior, and Ron. 15. is this last March, when he drowned while vacationing in Florida. Family Activity she bakes, it's often several things such as the fruit cocktail dessert. Here are her versions: Salad Dressing Cake 2 cups flour 1 cup sugar 5 tablespoons cocoa 2 teaspoons soda pinch of salt Sift the above ingredients 1 cup vineyar 1 cup salad oil 1 tablespoon Parmesan cheesf 1 tablespoon onion ' (-hopped fine 1 Mix well for tn-^r-d ^alads. and put in fruit jar Always shake well before using. Rnnana Rro;t(l 1'? cups sugar "3 cup shortening 2 eggs '2 cup sour milk 1 teaspoon soda 2 cups flour 3 bananas i mashed) s .» cup nut meals (Iream shortening and sugar: e<\(\ eggs and beat. Arid remaining ingredients. Bake at :!,~>0 degrees. must be an old a pumpkin seed 1200 to ring the church bell during that year. Possibly their longest residence was in Canton. S. D., where they lived 10 years. During that time, Mr. Franz was manager in the store in nearby Sioux Falls, and it was this experience which gives him background for his work now as a store owner. They came to Iowa, and taught at Little Rock, which is near Rock a departmental Sears Roebuck a junior, it seemed better that for Much of the activity in her lile gethcr, then mix into it: change they go to school without I has been family activity. Her son being students of their mother. So i Chuck is a member of the varsity she is .substitute-teaching, and doing some work at the store. Perhaps it should be said that Chuck is 17 (he will be Oct. 24) and Ron is 16 (he will be Oct. 21). This seems like a good spot to mention that Mrs. Franz also has an October birthday: today, Oct. 19. The boys both play the Rapids. Then they taught at Fair i finding an alcove of their piano, home band, playing the French horn, and both boys are finding more to do in school every day. They have all been devoted to Lutheran Church work, and since their synod is not represented in town, they will find other church connections, since they consider this an important part of their lives. On her own, she likes creative hobby work, such as two clever 1 cup water 1 cup salad dressing 1 teaspoon vanilla Beat with mixer a few minutes, like package mix. Bake in 350-degree oven. If using glass baking pan, use 325-degree oven. Good to use with this is this Broiled Frosting Combine 6 tablespoons melted shortening, z ,i cup brown sugar, '.< cup homogenized milk, 1 cup coconut and 4 teaspoon vanilla. Fruit {'ocktnit Hrssert Sift together 2 cups flour, 2 cups white sugar, ''j teaspoon salt and 2 teaspoons soda Add 2 beaten eggs and one No. 24 si/.e can of fruit cocktail, very well drained. Stir until all is moistened ;ind pour into greased pan and use the following topping: 1 scant cupful of to- j brown sugar and nutmeals, chop- I ped. Bake one hour or more at 300 degrees. Quick Baked Kt-ans 2 large cans pork and beans 3 tablespoons wet mustard 3 tablespoons molasses 1 cup brown sugar salt and pepper to taste ',2 pound cubed bacon, cooked and drained ketchup if desired Mix well and pour in greased casserole. Bake 40 minutes in mod- FAMILY FAVORITE . . . About Christmas time, Mrs. Russel Franz will lake this lamb cnndlc from its box, Insert a new wirk, uhip up some more wax "wool," and thr lamb will glow to radiate a holiday spirit. This is one of the, candles Mrs. Fran/ has made, using n lamb cakn mold. The Franz family moved here from Scranton, after Mr. Franz bought the Carroll Davis Paint Co, store. (Slaff Photo) View, which is between Alta and Storm Lake. They have been "vic- ganVlior¥cation T> "'but o d'd'fy lims " of the reorganization process ol schools... Three schools need only one administration after they have reorganized. Mrs. Franz has been teaching enough the word "pumpkinity" is an "allusion to the divinity." An old cook book we enjoy looking over tells how women 50 years ago had to deal with pumpkin before they could make a pie. "Cut the pumpkin in pieces of convenient size to handle," it says, "then grate with a common grater, and add milk enough to make it a little thinner than common stewed pumpkin. To enough pumpkin for three pies, add one • egg. Season with cinnamon. Bake a little long- Kaye Brotherton Home for Weekend (Times llrrald NRWH Service) WALL LAKE — Kaye Brotherton of Cedar Falls spent the weekend in the Howard Brotherton home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brotherton er than if the pumpkin stewed." Today, the can of pumpkin from the grocery store not only comes with the vegetable already measured out, but with a good pie recipe printed on the label. If you buy the larger size can, but want to make only one pie, try tin's pumpkin cookie recipe: l>/4 cups brown sugar; ¥2 cup shortening; 2 eggs well beaten; IVi cups pumpkin; 1 teaspoon vanilla; Vz teaspoon salt; ¥4 teaspoon ginger; % teaspoon nutmet; V 2 teaspoon cinnamon; 1 teaspoon lemon extract; 2 cups flour; 4 teaspoons baking powder; 1 cup raisins; 1 cup chopped ntjt meats. Cream sugar and shortening, add eggs, pumpkin and seasoning. Sift flour and baking powder, combine with sugar mixture. Add fruit and nuts and blend. Drop from teaspoon to weL-oiled baking sheet. Bake 15 minutes at 400 degrees. w a s and Amy of Manning were Saturday afternoon and supper guests. The Neighborhood Club had a SLIP-UP CORONADO, Calif. (AP) — Peter Conrad, who sells cats, dogs, guinea pigs, hamsters and turtles at his pet shop, ran an advertisement in the newspaper. The ad came out this way: BUSINESS AS IJ S U A L DURING 110NS. ALTER C A- GETTING UP1HB M worried by "Bladder Wenlcnees" «3ct- ting Up NlBht« or Bed Wetting, too frequent, burning or Itching urination), Secondary Bachftdie and Nervousness, or Strong Smelllnit, cloudy rjrlne, duo to common Kidney and Bladder Irritations, try OT8TEX for Quick help. Safe for young and old. Aik drumclst for OY8TEX. Sea how fast you Improve. an ideal place for the piano and '• lelt cut-out pictures in her kitchen, Spread over cake. Brown slowly in crate oven. practicing. Their home was re-; or the lamb candle which now is cently purchased of Mr. and Mrs. a family tradition. Delbert Patrick, and is located conveniently near school and the business section of town. Both Esther and Russel Franz The lamb is made of glowing wax, and for years has been the tarnily symbol of Christmas. When the boys were young, the lamb was broiler brown. until coconut is toasted Tossed Salad Dressing 1 cup sugar 1 cup ketchup Corn Flake Cookies ^4 cup shortening 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup white sugar 1 teaspoon soda 1 tablespoon hot water 2 egg.s 2 cups corn flakes 1 cup coconut 1 cup oatmeal 2 cups flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla cup chopped nuts I :-mgar until fluffy. Dissolve : ;oda in j hot water and add to cream mix- j lure. Blend. Stir in unbeaten egys, i add corn flakes, coconut and oatmeal. Sift flour and baking powder together, add to mixture. Mix very well, add vanilla and chopped nuts. Drop by teaspoon on Method: Cream shortening with i cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees. cooperative supper Tuesday at the home of lone Brown and Wanda Sifford in honor of Miss Sifford's birthday, which was Oct. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tank and family of Manning were Sunday afternoon guests in the Gerd B. Gerdes home. Both families and Mrs. Henry Bielema visited Luke Druivenga at the Loring hospital. He lost his left hand in a corn picker accident last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schniitz and family of Storm Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Heisler and Mrs. Marie Heisler of Spencer were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Rosetla Mauer. Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Blum and Joanell spent the weekend in the James Cave home in Omaha. Mrs. Roy Bettin and baby of Odebolt visited in the Fred Bettin home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Veryl Aschinger and daughter spent Sunday afternoon in the Roger Johannsen home at Schleswig. Mrs. Emma Schoneboom was a Sunday dinner guest in the Lloyd Wheeler home near Breda. Additional afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sommers of Westside, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rettenmaier of Breda, Miss Emmeline Schoneboom and John Schwanz. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bettin and Leland spent Sunday evening in the Leonard Schwanz home. Sunday dinner guests in the Jerry Bruns home were Mrs. Anna Ricke of Lake View, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bruns of Fonda and Mr. and MODERN GUTENBERG . . . Refugee Chinese scholar Chung Shu Kwei shows his invention in Washington, D.C., which, he says, could provide inexpensive printed material for millions of Chinese for the first time in history. The photo typesetter consists of a translucent drum, 7,500 Chinese characters and a" 35mm camera. Operator rotates the drum until the proper character is in front of the shutter. Film strips are pasted together to make full pages, then photographed and printed. Mrs. Joe Bruns of Odebolt. Afternoon and supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bruns and family of Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. <! <£ ,* > DRIES YOUR CLOTHES FOR LESS! AUTOMATIC CLOTHES DRYER Clothes dry sunny fresh [aster with Gas than with any other fuel. There's no delay because Gas gives you instant action. Costs only pennies a load to operate. See about a Gas clothes dryer this week. BUY YOURS ON MONTHLY BUDGET PLAN AT YOUR DEALER OR... GAS DIVISION IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHTS POWEtt Bruns and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rohde and daughter. , Larry and Gary Karsten, who attend college in Maryville, Mo., spent the weekend with their parents, sten. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kar- POWER OF PERSUASION COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The "last minute literary spurt" can Jul] off a man's chances for promotion, officers and others who rate airmen for promotion at Lockbourne Air Force Base here have been warned. Lt. Col, Robert D. Elliott, director of administrative services, referred to these examples from recommendations received in the last promotion cycle: ". . .a divided asset to this organization." ". . , definitely qualified beyond qualification." ". . . the U.S. Air Force will be none the looser for it." In one man's folder, tne colonel added, were five recommendations — signed by different officers but identical, word ior word. Dr. and Mrs. Fink Return from Norway (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Dr. and Mrs. W.H. Fink have concluded a three week vacation trip to Oslo, Norway. They flew from New York to Norway, via Iceland. After their return to the U.S. via Icelandic Airways, they went to Washington, D. C. where they toured historic sites. A-3c Paul Mass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hass of Manning, has completed basic training at Lackland AFB in Texas, and is now studying the Czech language. The course will take nine months. Wayne Wright of Winterset is now managing the Manning Rendering Works. Mrs. Wright and their seven children will join him here later. Foresters Order Shower Breda Nuns (Times Herald News Service) BREDA — The Women's Catholic Order of Foresters held their regular meeting Tuesday evening. Preceding the meeting, the group went to St. Clare's Convent, where they presented the nuns with a food shower. Mr. and Mrs. James Fox of Omaha were weekend guests at the August Boeckman home. Susan Ann, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wolterman, was baptized Monday at St. Bernard Church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gehling of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Heisterkamp leturned Monday from Rochester, Minn., where they visited with Mrs. Wilmer Hansen, sister of Mrs. Heisterkamp, who is a patient in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Caldwell and son Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Werning, Charles Snyder of Omaha, and Jean Snyder of Council Bluffs were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. L, M. Quinlin attended the Iowa-Michigan football game at Iowa City Saturday and visited at Ames with their son, John, who is attending State University at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smid and family of Omaha were weekend guests at the John Smid home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Koster and family of Sioux City spent weekend with relatives here. the Number of "Help Wanted" ads in 114 key labor market city newspapers in July, 1959 was 828,364 — an increase of 53 per cent over July, 1958. Total number for first seven months of the year was 5,451,174 — a 44 per cent gain over 1958. AS LOW AS $2.00 (Pr. Exchange With Old Washer) PER WEEK 4-H News Meetings, Activities of Boys, Girls' Clubs Scranton P.T.A. |300,000 Shad To Meet- Oct. 19 Taken by State from Block Hawk The Halloween party of the Wiliey Merry Maids was held Oct. 9 at the home of Lou Ann Gross- crimes Heral'l News Service) SCRANTON — The S c r a n t o n P.T.A. will hold its regular meeting on Monday evening, October 19, at 8 p.m. at the school gym. Beside the business meeting, a janel discussion of "Guidance" man The regular meeting was af-1 wjll be featlired wiln Mr . Hansen. ter the Halloween party. Ihe meet-, guidance tcacher> M: , clarkirli ing was called to order by he new j hi h sdlool principa | and Mrs . Gor . president, Julia Wendl. The new j • ,,, f . nnfl „,„,,„ tp , f , hp , nn hflnH officers were installed. After the! meeting Mary Jane Heithoff dem- man, second grade teacher on hand to answer questions put by the audience. Mr. Buford McClurg will onstrated how to make a pillow b lh mod(jrator . cover, then all the members made cnc, assisted by the leaders, Mrs. Marvin Heithoff and Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen and Gladys of Redfield and Mr. Quandt. When all the pillow covers were pinned, lunch was served by Mrs. Louis Grossman, assisted by Lou Ann. Laurel Broich, reporter. Twenty-four members of the Dedham Rough Riders 4-H Club met at the American Legion club room Wednesday evening for their October meeting. Roll call was answered with the names of different kinds of fruit. Special feature of the meeting was the installation of the new officers for the coming year, just before the close of the meeting. Dick Tigges, the out-going vice president, con- c.nd Mrs. Clarence Murphy were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sorenson ol Ames were Sunday afternoon and evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Davis. Mr. and Mrs. James Craigmile drove to Des Moines on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dixon of Dallas Center spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roscoc Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bryan drove to the Boone Ledges park on Sunday and then to Dexter where they Rough fish removal crews of the State Conservation Commission found heavy work in Blackhawk Lake this month as they anded one-half mile of seines. "This is the largest haul of shad we ever caught." said Chuck O'Farrell, supervisor of rough fLsh control. A sudden drop in temperature had driven the shad, a "southern" fish, out of, the shallower waters which cooled rapidly, into t. h e warmer depths where 1-H.4KO pounds, or approximately 300,U)0 one-half pound fish were taken. The seven-man crew, headed by Foreman Floyd Thompson of Spirit Lake, captured a quarter of A ton of other rough fish and around 800 pounds of game fish aUmg with the gizzard shad. The game fish were returned to the water. The shad, grown too large to serve as food for the game fish, were destroyed. "This should relieve the pressure for some of the game fish," said Farrell. ducted the meeting. Slide films of j visited in f the home of Mr. and | A recent survey in Minnesota the club tour taken during the Mrs. Niel Bryan. For These ALL NEW Hamilton Automatic Washers and Dryers HURRY! NO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED IF YOU HAVE A TRADE-IN BUY WHERE YOU CAN GET SERVICE SPORRER'S Mrs. Clara Schulte Home from Missouri (Times Herald News Service) AUBURN — Mrs.'Clara Schulte returned Friday evening from a month's visit with M-Sgt. and Mrs. C. G. Morgan and family at Dixon, Mo. Mrs. Morgan and children and Julia Knapp brought her home and attended the Ratigan • Marchello wedding Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schelle attended the wedding Saturday morning of Ilene Van Art and Leon Schoo at Alton. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Coyne spent a few days last week in the home ol her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coyne at Keokuk. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Willert were Sunday guests in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kappelman at Lawton. Mrs. Walter Kruse, Sheldon, was an overnight guest Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hensel. Mrs. Bena Wright of Auburn and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wright and' wejn family of Carroll have returned from a visit with relatives in Minnesota. ummer were shown. Mike Shaeffer gave a talk on "Setting Up a Rain Gauge" and Bob Millender poke on "Cattle Grubs." New members attending were Dale Sporrer, Mike Willenborg, Dale Fischer, Rudy Anthofer Jr., Cletus Anthofer and David Muhr. The new officers installed were Mike b'chaeffer, president; L a v e r n e Meiners, vice president; Wayne and LaVerne Lunch was shows that 74 per cent of its high Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buenneke school students between 15-18 years spent the weekend in Maynard j ol age read one or more daily where they visited realtives. They returned home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Calder spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Elmer Kelly home in Stanhope. newspapers regularly, while 82 per cent read Sunday papers. Sporrer, secretary; Sporrer, reporter. served by Mrs. Michael Schaeffer Sr. and Mrs. Henry Meiners. WallLokTPinochle Club at Langfritz' For Dessert, Cards (Times HiTiild News Service) WALL LAKE — Mrs. Charles Housewarming for Mr. and Mrs. Ehlers iTlini"> Ill-raid News Sen ice) ARCADIA — Members of the Ehlers family living in Arcadia gave a surprise housewarmi n g Thursday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ehlers who have recently moved into their new home. Progressive pinochle was the entertainment of the evening, with Langfritz entertained the Jolly Pi-1 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jons receiv- nochle Club and Mrs. Everett Ro- i ing high score, Mr. and Mrs. Fred binson, Mrs. Ernest Hedberg, Mrs. ! Brockman, low, and Mrs. Emil Eh- Mary Quinlin and Helen Nutzman j lers the traveling prize. The at a dessert luncheon Tuesday aft- guests, who brought lunch, were ernoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. Maria Ehlers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. W. Herrig, Miss Clara Ewoldt, Brockman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mrs. Hedberg and Mrs. Langfritz. Jons, Leona Ehli-rs. Mr. and Mrs., Mrs. Ernest Westering was host- j Kmil Ebler.s, Mrs. Dora Herr-' ess to the Lucky Thirteen Clubjmann, Mrs. Josephine Schutte, Remember-r-r I ^ . v •' ., '. : -., ' ,'•, ! 'i. /i.! last December-r? GET SET FOR > WINTER •''••] t, i WITH -1 LENNO. WARM AIR HEATING and Mrs. Harold Tjaden of Lake View and Mrs. Alvin Johnson at and Ilulda Brockman. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B e r na dessert luncheon Tuesday after-; strauch, Norfolk. Neb., are spend-i noon. Prize winners were Mrs. Au-' ing the wi-fkund with Mrs. Bern-! gust Frerichs and Mrs. J. Jenne- strauch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ehlers. fl-iDA-; Grouse Cartage Co No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! Courteous Convenient Carriir Bourbon stars with Richard of private investi- TONIGHT CHANNEL Don't wait till ra\v reminds you how bone-chilling an improperly heated home can be. Make certain of winter coin- fort now with Lennox Warm Air Heating. 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