Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1932 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1932
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STRAW HAT TIME Wear a Swanky English Styled Straw Sale Prices 98C - - $2.45 m. C. Steele ">Wgcna'« Bete Clothe* Store" f ' *• 'oil Are Invited I to attend a rastration of PAINT Friday and [Saturday IP IT 27-28 Ifllleee modern •materials worked in the latest and most ptilye colors to finishes you would envy having In your own your floors' dull and shabby-looking and in need of hing? Is -your < fjarnlture scratched and worn on -the cor- • ' lie 'demonstrator, will-, show ..you how you can make them Ilkeiiew. You will.. be interested to see how many pleasing ^treatments you can create with UTIDAC alone — a product H in both Enamel and Stain, for floors, furniture, walls, metal [TOdwork, UTILAC dries' quickly, too. Ms advertisement "is worth 45 cent's. Clip it out, and with !nt« you can get a 25 cent brush and a 45 cent can of Utilac : this demonstration. " K. D. JAMES SALE Fruits & Vegetables FIRM, RIPE : NANAS 4 LB, COUNTY AftVANCtt, At/KMA, IOWA The Legion hall Is being re-painted and redecorated. Part' of the Paint and work is being donated. Harvey Ingham, Des Moines, made a brief stop here Monday en route to Rake on business matters. Mrs. F. L. Tribon and her mother, F r°st, were callers at Whittemore and West Bend Friday. Ferdinand Ramus, who makes his home with Charles Ramus, fell from a haymow last Thursday and was hurt badly. Mrs. E. J. Kelley, Mason City, was a guest Sunday of Jennie Cooney. She was Gertrude Sheridan, former city librarian here. Mrs. Wayman Closson, Mneon , City, and her little son came last week Wednesday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs A I Hertlg. ' P. J. Kohlhaas and a number of his St. Joe relatives drove to Slg- ourney Tuesday to attend 'the funeral yesterday of an uncle, Koch, Math. pineapples, Irg, size, per dozen __ 1 , , 2 fpr 29c Cantaloupe, g for,-,-, '-,.*. Strawberries, largC>PX. 2 fort ——85c. Cucumbers, large, 2 tor ',„ , — 13c Head Lettuce, solid criap, 2 for ——15c Salad Drawing or Spread, pt. jar 18c Salad Brewing, qt, Jar —.,--,. Pink Salmon, tall can „,.„, House AJUfc, large can , 5c selected, quart jar -^—^—^-^9e . THE GREAT ATLANTIC * «\W(BV^HI 'Xfe • -X & PAVf ' r I V. Niiiy^\ as. Diyiiion : , KSJiOCERY Week End Specials Mre. .L. C. Reding and her daughter Rosanne returned Sunday from Humboldt, where they bad spent several days with a sister of Mrs Reding. . Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick r- turned Sunday from Des Moines, Where they had been since Friday, guests, tff the latter's-aunt, Mrs. Lee McCarin. :-.... .Mr. .And Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt spent .'Sunday at Fort Dodge, guests of Mr. Fred Weiss. Mr. Weiss is .—,.'.;; edt's business partner in a •-cloak shop here. '••AIK and Mrs. Robert Featherstone, C«uhctl> Bluffs, were guests Saturday-arid Sunday of the S. E. McMahons. -kMre. Featherstone is Mrs. McMalion's niece. '/ Lawrence Misbach and William F. Steele drove to Iowa City Saturday night. AVilliam returned, but Lawrence remained for a sinus operation early in the week. Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Kennedy, of Minneapolis, and T. C. Sherman, of Traer, will spend the week-end here with Mrs. 'Sherman. Mrs. Ke'nnedy Is Mrs. Sherman's sister. . M. J, Pool, manager ol the local Boteford lumberyard, spent last Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at Minneapolis, .attending a. district Botsford managers' meeting. Wire baskets of flowering plants have been hung from the hanging porch. top over the Algona hotel's entrance, and they help to give the place an inviting appearance. E. ,T. Murtagh has been at Iowa Mty since last week Monday, undergoing treatment at the university hospital preparatory to a possible prostrate gland operation this week- nd. Mr. and Airs. H. O. Buell, of Burt, spent a few'hours in Algona Monday. Mr. Buell looks to be in better health than he did before he went to St. Petersburg,. Fla., for the winter. Mrs. C. H. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy, the latter couple bf"Brltt, went'to Streeter, 111., Sunday for several days with relatives. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Bandy are cousins. Father M. Nichols, of 'Nevada, called on old friends here and at Whittemore last week Wednesday. Father Nichols, who was the second, resident Catholic priest here, is now 75 years old. Mrs. H. J. Lacy and her son John go to Audubon tomorrow for a week-end visit with Mrs. Lacy's parent^. Mr. Lacy will take them to Fort Dodge, and thence they will go on by train. '-.'.-' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sullivan, Des Moines, called on Mrs. • J. W.- Sulli- van.and the W, W. Sullivans Monday. Jack, who is conductor on the Rock. Island, was a cousin of the ate J. W. Sullivan. Mr. and. Mrs. R. H. Miller and Mr. and.Mrs. H. L, Gilmore spent Monday: at Estherville, attending a district .bankers' meeting. Mr. Miller is PA01 president of the Iowa Slate bank, and Mr. Gilmore is cashier. Otto Falkenhainer ^got home Saturday from St. Louie* where he had iaken ;his son Harold ' Jast week llonday. Harold is now in the em- )lby of the'Forshaw Supply/ com- rany, St. Louis, in the office. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christensen left yesterday for Rock Island, where Mr. Christensen is conducting a closing out sale. They had spent a week^here and at Spencer with relatives. Mrs. Christensen was Zlta Qulnn. *T*re~, Frank Tragers, who have •made "Algona their home ten years, will move next week to Clear Lake, Mr. Trager, who Is conductor on the ,;*#f. L. railway, will now have a^lrtason City layover instead of at Algona. -John Bieser, T. H. Holmes, C. W. Niooulin, H. B. Rist, Bert Deal, C. R. La Barre, 'L. E. Hovey, and Mr. Quinlan, state agent, drove to Cass *e,\ Minn., Saturday for a week bf'-ftshfng. They will come borne Saturday. ~ James, five-year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. T. H. Holmes Jr., had hte tonsils removed at the Kossuth hos- pttaj yesterday, Mrs. Herman ic&rader, Dakota, was operated on for appendicitis at the same hospital Saturday. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen Is back at the Christensen store, after a. period of'slckne'ss. During her absence from the store Mrs. C, H, Williams substituted. Mrs. Van Allen has charge* of the alteration room and the ready-to-wear, W. B. "Flemming, Forest Ctty, ana hte daughter Oertrude spent Tuesday" here, looking after business and. calling on relatives and old friends. Gertrude recently returned, from Chicago, where she spent last winter "In a hat shop. Mr. and Mrs. C. Conner ana Mr, Kossuth, and Emmet counties, and ft meets the last Thursday of every month. Clair Laird and Lucille Dailey, of Dea 'Moines, epent Saturday and Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. Ella .Laird. The Theo. Aul- mans, Des Moines, are expected tomorrow for a few days with Mrs. Laird. Mrs. Aulman Is Mrs. Laird's daughter. Ruth McMahon, Galva teacher, will finish her year's work tomorrow, and will then go to Iowa City for a several days visit-before coming home to spend the summer. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, and she will return to Galva In the fall. A trifle late, but economically (for once) the postofflce department Is sending out leftover stamps advertising the winter Olympic games last February at Lake Placid, N. Y. Apparently no consignment of Washington bicentennial stamps has been sent to Algona. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and their daughter Ardis went' to Flandreau, B. D., Sunday for a. several days visit. Mrs. Kresensky's father, who has been living there, is breaking up housekeeping, and Mrs. Kresensky was looking after some of his household goods. Mr. and Mre. Duane E. Dewel have contracted for the purchase of the J. S. Auner home, possession to be given August 1. This is the old E. >B. Butler house. The Butlers modernized It, and the Auners have made many improvements. The house stands on two lots. Mr. and Mrs. David C. Ward became parents of a 6-lb. girl at the Kossuth hospital Tuesday morning. The baby has been named Jane Marylin. Mrs. Ward, formerly Hazel Benedict, was a teacher in the Algona" schools a few years ago. Mr. Ward is a local .high school teacher. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Van Ness, Mason City, brought the latter's mother,' Mrs. L. D. Dickinson, to Algona 'Sunday to visit Mrs. E. C. Dickinson. She will go to Winne- •bngo, Minn., to visit her son, R. C. Dickinson, on Memorial day. The R. C. Dickinsons will'drive to Algona for her. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coonan, Cedar 'Rapids, and their baby daughter visited Monday' at ,M. J. Streit's, en route home from several days at Emmetsburg with Milton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Coonan. Milton, who Is a former Algonian, was employed here several years ago, with the state highway commission. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon, Mrs. Tribon's mother, Mrs. F. A. M. Frost, Mrs. Mary Lampright, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampright took. Vernon Renz to Clear Lake Sunday, and there he was met by his parents from Waterloo. Vernon had spent three weeks with his aunts, Mrs. Tribon and Mrs. Lampright. . '. Helen Corey began work Monday at the Lathrop & Weaver abstract office. She came home Friday from Denver, where she had spent several months attending a' business college; Last summer she was employed at Yellowstone park, and she has also taught in Colorado. Helen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. .Corey. Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht, Mrs. Harvey Coleman, and Mrs. A. W. Behrends spent Saturday afternoon at Lakota. Mr. Specht attended a directors'-meeting of the Citizens Sayings bank,. and the women visited relatives and old friends. Mayor and Mrs, Specht spent Sunday at Buffalo Center with the D. T. Stindts.' The mayor and Mr. Stindt are cousins; L. A: Winkel and Joseph Besten- lehner returned Tuesday from Fort Dodge, where they had attended a state conventon. of the Knights- of Columbus since Sunday as delegates from the Algona council. The council ^and Mr. Winkel, Grand Knight, were particularly honored by his election as. etate delegate to a supreme convention at Washington, D. C., in August. . Ed Holecek, who conducts a radio shop next west of the Algona Bakery, has had a heap of dead radio tubes 'in his window five weeke. Anyone who guessed the number was to be entitled to a set of new »0 Attend Opening Party— The opening Country club party was held Tuesday night at the clubhouse, and following a two-course dinner served to 90 persons bridge was played till 10, after which the rest of the evening was spent at dancing to music by the Heinle Stebrltz orchestra. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. H. E. Rist and W. B. Quarton; Mr. and Mrs. Theo H, Chrls- chilles won the family prize; and W. A. Foster received a prize because he was sitting on a chair to which was tied a blue ribbon. The hosts and hostesses were the club officers and their wives: Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Christensen, Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Adams, Mr, and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. De.wel, Mr. and Mrs. E. .1. Gilmore, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haggard, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Horigan, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Towne, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bor- cardt, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith, Burt, and F. L. McMahon and L. E. Llnnan, The first afternoon party will be given at the Clubhouse, next Tuesday afternoon, with the following hostesses: Mesdames W. B. Quarton H. R. Cowan, J. T. Chrlschilles, J. A. 'Raney, E. J. Murtagh, and A. L. Peterson. The second evening party Is scheduled for June 7. There is no charge for afternoon parties. The'club gives the committee in charge 20 cents an attendant toward expenses. An error last week made It appear that the guests were charged, whereas It is the club which pays the committee. ' Juniors Arc Hosts to Seniors— The annual high school junior- senior banquet was held In the Methodist church basement Friday evening, with more than 150 present, including members of. both classes, teachers, and members <of the school board. The program was modeled after an airplane landing field, and ithe menu was entitled after the manner of a refueling station. Mary Elizabeth Foster was toastma'ster as Our Pilot. Our Air Squadron consisted of the following pupils: "We," James Bishop; Aces of 1932, John Hargreaves; Happy Landings, Theo. Gaskill; A. H. S. Airport, Carl Norman; Tallspins, Maurice Rahm; reading, Margaret Lease; Spectacular Flights, Johanna Fiene; Beacon Lights, Margaret Habeger. Songs, by "Our Girls" and "Our Boys" filled in the program. The Ode to the Seniors followed to the tune of Moonlight and Hoses, and was written by Mary Black and Margaret A{igars. Dinner was served by the 'Methodist women. 'Decorations were in green and white. The programs were in the class colors. Following the banquet, members of both classes danced in the Bryant assembly room, where all seats have been removed except one row on the west side. Saturday morning the seniprs.will have a 6 o'clock breakfast in the Shelter house at the Ambrose A. Call state park. 85 Attend Bebekah Meeting— The 25th annual 55th district Rebekah convention was held at the I. O. O. F. hall here Tuesday afternoon and evening. The district consists of all lodges in the county. There were 85 persons in attendance. At the evening session the following officers were elected: Mrs.. Edith Fteher, Tit'onka, president; Mrs. Teresa Brace, Burt, vice president; Mrs. Camilla Cooper, Titonka, secretary; Mrs.' Esther Barton, treasurer. .There were visitors from Algona, won the high scores, and Mrs. E. C. Hancher the consolation. P. E. O.VHnve C. C, Breakfast— The P. E. O. sisterhood met at the Country club clubhouse yesterday morning for breakfast. After breakfast Mrs. S. E. MoMahon told of the recent state convention at Council Bluffs, and business was transacted. This wae the chapter's closing meeting for the season. Other Society. 'Mrs. Eugene Kenefick returned Friday from three weeks at Chicago. She came with Gertrude and Dorothy Flemming, Forest City, to which point her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Moe, accompanied by the Kenefick boys, John and Jamee,' drove to bring her home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Tony Klrsch entertained six guests at bridge last Thursday night. The high scores were won by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Saunders, and Mrs. J. W, Little won a travel prize. Other guests were Mr. Little and Mr. and Mre. W. J. Becker. The Methodist A'id meets next Wednesday at the church. The an- 'take pro- nual election of officers will place. After business and a ,„„ gram, Mrs. C. D. Fellows' division will serve a lac lunch. The Royal Neighbors will have initiation - of candidates tomorrow night. After Initiation Mrs. Henry Johannson's division will serve refreshments. • ;• The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet next week Friday with Mrs.' (Frank Gelgel, assisting hostesses, Mrs. R. E. Vincent. daughter Ora, and Mrs. Lela Donnell. The Baptiet Aid will meet next Wednesday with Mrs. Harvey Coleman; assisting hostesses, Mesdames Charles Johnson, Wayne Keith, and Reaper. The Methodist W. H. M. S. 'will meet with Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll this afternoon. South Cresco tubes. 'Saturday the counted, and Herman tubes Dau, • were Burt, The Mothers & Daughters club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. E. C. Potter. The Aid society met last week Wednesday with Mrs. S: L. Olson, with Bridget Gaffney, Algona, and Mrs. J. Se'eley, Emmetsburg, as guests. Mrs. E. C. Potter will be hostess June 1. Mrs. August Harlg and , Mrs. Ar- mlna Studer and her children, all of St. Benedict, and Oscar 'Stufflick, of Fort Dodge, spent Monday with Mrs. Harig's daughter, Mrs. L. E. Martin. Mrs. Martin spent Tuesday at Algona with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Domonic Stufflick. Mrs. Laurence Olson visited her parents at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday, and since returning has been assisting'at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Mary. Runchey, Algona, and Mrs. Ellis Runchey, Newell, and her two children visited part of last week at the Robert, William, and Fernley 'Runchey homes. Mrs. J. L. Malloy, teacher at the Riverdale-Runchey school, closed Saturday with a neighborhood picnic dinner at the gchoolhouse. 'Florence Black and her No;' 3 pupils had a picnic dinner Sunday at the Call state park ,and Dorothy Baylor and her No. 2 pupils were at the park last week' Wednesday. (Held from last week.) The Bible Searchers class met in . and MW- G> B. Henderson, ,ojt ,Des Moines, will spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fwie. Conner ajad Mr* Henderson are sisters of Mr«f. Frane, *nd Mjr, Frajw and S, A. Hanna, Woden, tied at 425 tubes. Mr. .Holecek reports 'that both will receive a new set of tubes. •Mr. and Mrs. Theo. P." Hutchison, Iowa- City, are parents of a son, iborn last Thursday, named Theodore Paul Jr. They have one other child, Sue, who was brought to Algona Friday by her uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. Donald Hutchison, Cedar Rapids, ' and will spend several weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C, B. Murtagh and Mr. and Mrs, A, Hutchison, Mrs, Theo, Hutchieon was Helen Murtagh, Theo. is attending the law college of the state university, L. L. [Bleakly, his sons Dick, Boh, and Tom, and Mr. Bleakly's housekeeper, Elsie Bengejerdes, all of Bismarck, N. D,, are expected Sunday, and the boys and Elsie will spend the summer with the hoys' grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon, while Mr. Bleakly, after 'a few days here, will go to Great Falls, Mont., to which point he hae been transferred as consulting engineer {or a Dakota-Montana gag and power company, The late - Mre. Bleakly was Kutb Tribon, Elsie Specht and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoornenan, of Springyille, are expected tomorrow. Elsie • and Mr. Hoorneman, who is. a 'brother- in-law of Elsie, teaches in > the Sprlngvllle schpola. The schools closed yesterday, and Psie will spend a few days .with her parents, Mayor and Mrs. C. F, Spepht, before going' to summer schoo.l 94 the I, S. T, <X , The Hoeraemans W& spend the summejf with tibe Spechts to manager of the "Sir, and Jfrs, An#ond WaJk, of St. Ansgar, were Su»4ay guests A, ' e sorphardfcf 'twfl ye«* , •» at M.ara. teach WANT Britt and Spencer. F. E. 0. Sisters Entertain Guest- Last week Tuesday night the chapter met with Mrs. C. H.' Cretzmeyer. This was guest night, and 60 women were' In attendance. The entertainment was a talk' toy Dr. Stella Mason, Mason City, on two trips she-hae ma'de around- .the world. After the talk refreshments were served. .Out-of-town guests were Mrs, C. X, Cretzmeyer and Mrs. Earl Brown, both of Emmetsburg. ..'... New P. T. A. Officers Elected— At a Parent-Teacher meeting last week "Wednesday Mrs. S. A, Worster was elected president to, succeed Mrs. F, F. Barker, C. JR.\ (La Barre was reelected vice president, Dora Carson was reelected secretary, and Helen Blfihop was reelected treas- er. Antoinette Bonnstetter, school nurse, spoke on 'her work this year, and Mrs, W, S. Lee and Mrs, A. E. Michel gave vocal selections, Oscar Anderson U Honored- Mrs. Oscar Anderson entertained 20 friends at 500 Monday night in honor of Mr, Anderson's birthday anniversary. At 6:30 a two-course dinner Was served at email tables centered .with lilies of the valley bouquets, The high scores were won by Mrs. Anna Zlttrltsch and H, M. Vlnson, and Mrs. Samuel Smith won a travel prise. The- guests presented Mr, Anderson with a reading lamp.. 7* Girl* join Sodality— * At St. Cecelia's church Sunday at terjioon »t 3 o'clock 75 young/girls became members of the Sp4ality of th.e Blessed, yjrgin, a* ?P.eclal eer- vjces, 'after which a reception for them was held tb,9 academy. Ne,wly ejected officers are: Kathleen Holtzbauer, perfect; Lorraine Tiei-- ney, secretary- treasurer; consultors, Alice Payne, Arlen'e Matern, and CarmJHa." -Walker. ' ' ' •_____ Jfri, V. f, B»rker is IJoijQre^. ., Mabel Plson; Helen Borrow, an^ Bertha ^uchenreuthpr 'e,ntertaine4 'e^taay night ftt t^e F. F. h,o,»§ Jn feonpr r of Mrs, gar. to peg the church'parlor Tuesday, Mrs Fred Martin,'-Mrs. .Margaret Bishop Mrs. 'Franzen, Mrs. Parsons, and Lizzie, Holm hostesses. .Roll ca,!' was answered with verse containing the word mother; A reading, Mothers, tfy David Swing, was read by Mrs. W. L. Martin; songs were sung by a trio, Ila Mae Leffert, Ruth Malueg, and Margaret Lease; Mothers .of the Bible, read by Mrs. Kate Bradley; Tributes to Mothers 6 Famous Men, read by Mrs. G. L Vohs. Mrs. A. E. Michel sang, The Old Refrain, and To Mothers, ac companled by Mrs. Allen Bishop. J,F,FISHER- TITONKA For Republic** NaP»i«ikti<»n f SHERIFF g:45 p. m-, ball ALGONA GREYS Si&^~&'^.iMaii&p^&jtfJke%a& JACKET Dresses — For All Sport Events! — For Street Wear! — For Decoration Day! • New Rough Crepes • Smart Washable Silks • Distinctive Prints • Gorgeous High Shades • Dainty Monotone Sheers • Contrasting Jackets • Solid Color Effects O Pin and Coin Dots Also Many One-Piece Styles in These Materials! Drastic Clearance! Coats J 8 95 All Formerly Were Much Higher Priced ^'••? LfRRHH x'.J DepartmenLStores} . , 16c lOc Cheese, Longhorn, ip. ----- _ Apricots, ISc Whole JCerael ' Corn) >' ft anoy " 35c 35c ^BASKET GROCERY,^ If/Mi, L. E . ASHLAND. PHOPMIhTOH tVJ^X ^^ ALGONA., IOWA PHONE I (J 3 ^ Complete Fool Store. , Shop Here and Be Happy Every Item .mmt be Mtlifaetory to yon or we -will reined you •oner, .siaC". Tuesday, May 84, to Saturday* May 98, QUALITY Lard, open kettle rendered, pure, per Ib. Popcorn , Jap Hulless or 8. American Yellow, 1 Qj* 4 Ibs. ,- J.*fC Bisquick, 9Oj» large pkg. i—.A«7t/ Baking Powder, 99M Mon., Ig. can i&O V Flour, Graham or W. Wheat, 5 pounds for , Flour, white, 5 Ibs, •-! Cake FJour, Mon., Ig, Pkg, -'- . TT-- Gpld Medal Kitchen Tested Flour, & 1 nn 49 pounds —__,_V/Jt »»,>«? Red, Black, and White Cherries, 2 fori P & ,{5 Soap, 6 bars, „-, Cheese, Sugar, with $1,00 order, 10 Ibs. —,. Coffee, Mon, pound Cocoa, Mon, (high butterfat content) pound,-— Kidney Beans, Y, C. 2 No. 2 tins —,.. Sardines, fancy, In olive oil Catsup, Mon., "t'fT^ large bottle „, ,v"4'.f CK Chili_Saiw8, Men., , large size „,_' „ Qxydo], large pke, '„ —,..^, *T • T.." r io»P' : ' 9 bare r ± r -J .17c JOe 4 tall tin* Vr—;, 4 t« .cans .., ' *^ tt'j >fi

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