Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1932 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1932
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PAGE EIGHT Lusby's Specials this SNEW GEM RAZOR— ;: 5 blades, tube Palinolive or Colgate's Shaving >|Qs» $1.35 value __» "151V Boraline Tooth Paste 26c Antiseptic Mouth Wash _25c Both for _ Value L.___50c ...... 29' 35c Whisk Brooms 25c Fresh Julia King Chocolates 39c Lusby's Drug Store BANCROFT BEAUTY SHOP Stands for Quality, Service, and the prices the best at all times. Your personal appearance starts with your hair. Don't neglect it. I am introducing the new Solgol wave, which is a ma- chineless method of Permanent Waving. No electricity, no machine and gives a deep, lustrous natural wave. Prices for' permanents for limited time only $3.50 - $5,00 - $6,00 Marinello Facial—includes pack and arch 50c Marcels 50c Shampoo and finger wave 75c Manicure 35c Satisfaction Assured Open Evenings MRS, JESSIE STEBRITZ Proprietor Phone 54 BAKING POWDER Economical-Efficient SAME PRICE AS 42 YEARS AGO ounces • ^r m 254 MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT LONG'S Food Shop Phones and Free Delivery. Ours is a Service Store. Our hobby is Quality Meat. Low prices and a real display of all kinds of meat in our new Iceless Show Case. Oysters all the time and fresh fist Thursday and Friday. We want to please. Loans $300 or less obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobiles and Live Stock. MONEY FOR TAXES For additional information call, write, or phone 598. ALGONA CUNNINGHAM & LACY Representing Federal Finance Co, Des Molnei District, Federation Meeting: Held— A tenth district meeting of the Iowa Federation of Woman's clubs was held at Emmetsburg last week Wednesday and Thursday. The district consists of the 14 counties in the eighth congressional district. Each county organization has a chairman and Mra. J. H. Warburton, Lakota, is Kossuth's chairman. . The opening session was held at the Methodist church at 10:30, and that afternoon an informal tea was given at the Hotel Kermoore, and at 6:30 dinner was served at the Congregational church. Wednesday night's session was held in the high school auditorium and consisted of an address and a one-act play. Last Thursday breakfast was served at the home of Mrs. H, W. Beebe, and after breakfast a business session took place at the church. At an afternoon session addresses were heard. Mrs. F. J. Clark, accompanied by Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, sang a group of songs at Wednesday's session, and Mrs. A.' E. Michel, accompanied by Mrs. Allan Bishop, sang at Thursday's session. Other Algonlans who attended were: Mrs. T. P. Harrington, president of the local Woman's club; Mrs. W. C. Dewel, Mrs. C T. Chubb, Mrs. P. 'J. Christensen, and Mrs. J. L, Bonar. Mrs. Clayton Phillips, Livermore, is district chairman. Advance .Linotypist aiarrled— When the Advance shop opened for business Monday morning a strange linotypist was on hand and R. H. (Rudy) Guderlan, veteran regular, was missing. Inquiry revealed that the supposedly confirmed bachelor had slipped away for a week's honeymoon. Sometime 'Saturday Mr. Guderian and Golda Beeton, for three years cashier at State's cafe, departed for Salem, S. D.,- where Mr, Guderian has friends acquired on fishing jaunts in northern Minnesota. There they were married, but details are unknown here. A postcard mailed Tuesday at Watertown, S. D., said the couple were en route to Cass Lake for a day or two and then would make a brief visit in Wisconsin, probably coming home next Sunday. They will live in the modern home east of the Northwestern tracks owned by Mr. Guderian and the estate of his late brother, L. H. Guderian. Coffin Family In Get-Together— Ms. Aurelia Coffin, Burt, her children and the children's families had a reunion Monday at the Ambrose A. Call state park, where a picnic dinner and supper were served. In attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McDonald, Mi-, and Mrs. Sherwood McDonald, son Gary, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McMurray, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vincent, and A. B. Conley, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Coffin, Ardmore, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gay, San Diego, Cal., and their children Bobby and Shirley; Dr. Artie Graham, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Coffin, Burt, daughter Mary Beth; and Leola Godden, Burt. Mrs. W. E. McDonald, Mrs. H. E. McMurray, and Doctor Graham are daughters of Mrs. Aurelia Co!f£in and G. H. and Clark Coffin are sons. Another son, Dr. Zell L. Coffin, Casper, Wyo., was unable to attend. Mrs. Coffin was 90 years old last August 23. ii Verne Club Meets Here— 'Kate Skinner entertained her Lu Verne bridge club and two tables of Algonlans, at 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening at her mother Mrs. E. J. Skinner's. Twelve members of the Lu Verne club attended. The high score in the club was won by Irene Swenson, Lu Verne teacher, and high score as a whole by Mrs. P. V. Janse, formerly of Lu Verne. Baby's Birthday Celebrated- Betty Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Harig, was two Monday, and the event was celebrated that night by entetaining Betty Ann's randparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, her godfather, Maurice McMahon, godmother, Mrs. C. J. Scan- Ian, and aunt, Ruth McMahon, at dinner. Surprise for Algona Couth— Evelyn Van Allen entertained eight couples Saturday night at a. surprise birthday party for Lloyd Keith, 2:1 that day. The evening was spent In a treasure hunt, followed by lunch and dancing. Other Society News. A program will be given by pupils of the district No. 5. Irving-ton township school at the schoolhouse next week Friday evening at 8:30. There will be no admission charge, but after the program coffee, sandwiches, doughnuts, and pickles will be served; also homemade candy anil popcorn balls. A fish pond and fortune teller's booth will be in operation. Dorothy Johnson is teacher. Mrs. M. P. Weaver -entertained eight women Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Helen Norton, Monrovia, Calif. Bridge was played, Mrs. M. P. Haggard winning the high score, Mrs. T. P. Harrington, low. Mrs. Norton received a guest prize. The R. N. A. club will meet with Mrs. Albert Granzow this afternoon; assisting hostesses, Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mrs. Hugh Herman, Mrs. Dennis Pratt, and Mrs. Ann Zitt- ritsch. The I. O. O. F. county council will hold a monthly meeting at Burt next Tuesday evening at 8 oclock. All Odd Fellows. Rebekahs, and friends are urged to attend. The Congregational Woman's Bible class will meet tomorrow with Mrs. A. D. Richards; Mrs. John Daub and Mrs. Frank Klahr, assisting hostesses. The Child's Study club will meet next week Wedne^sday at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. R. P. Norton. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore will give the lesson on Mozart. The Naomi Circle meets with Ms. Marc Moore tomorrow; .Mrs. E. A. Wolcott and Mrs. William Spear, assisting hostesses. The W. R. C. will meet at the Legion hall next Wednesday, and a covered-dish luncheon will be served. The St. Thomas Guild will meet week Thursday afternoon, at 2:30. Cars Ottered for Names for Paint Brush The Botsford I/umber company announces an unusual contest sponsored by a nationally known paint-brush manufacturer. The contest is really a nationwide christening party, for a new long handled flat sash brush ;vhlch has been developed. All who harbor a suppressed desire to name Pullman cars can now turn their efforts towards finding a name for this brush. The successful contestant will receive a new Plymouth 4-door sedan. For the second best name a Plymouth 2-door sedan IB offered. The authors of "the 28 next best names will receive $100 in gold, $50 in gold, $25 in gold, and 25 ten-dollar gold pieces in the respective order of merit. Through the courtesy of the Elbert garage, local Plymouth dealer, a car will be displayed in front of the Botsford lumber yard every Saturday. The Plymouth line may also be inspected at the garage. The brush may be seen. at the. Botsford office. An advertisement gives contest particulars. NEW NEWSPAPER ESTABLISHED AT GARNER BY GLARKS The first number of> the hew Garner Herald was issued last week Wednesday by Clark & Clark, publishers. It consisted of eight pages well got up and handsomely printed. There was a good run of advertising and an excellent showing of local news. A feature of the news service i$ a farm column edited by the elder Mr. Clark, who plans to cover the county (Hancock) regularly in search of such news. Mr. Clark well knows how to handle this feature, for it was he who, with the present Advance editor, established a,, dairy column in the Advance 20 years ago which was enlarged into a farm page three or four years later. The other publisher of the Herald is Mr. Clark's elder son, Harold V. Clark, who was born at Algona, his mother being the former Mamie | Chapin. Harold was graduated a few months ago from the original school of journalism at the university of Missouri, of which Duane E. Dewel is also a graduate. Besides having a technical education in journalism, .he is a practical printer and a linotypist. In part he earned his way through school by doing linotyping. The Herald's foreman is John Baggs, Garner boy who was graduated- from Ames in 1931 and while he was in school worked for the Collegiate Press. The business is being conducted in the elder Mr. Clark's well located main street building, where he published the Garner Signal between 1917 and 1927. Two thousand copies of the first issue were printed. Eigrht solicitors have been employed to build up circulation, and there Is a good-sized staff of town and rural correspondents. BAfctOT (Continued from page 1.) can ticket, opposed, by B". F, McsFar- tand. West 'Bend, democratic nominee. J. C. Mawdsley, li-vlngton, ^is the republican nominee 'for representative, opposing A. H. Bonstetter, West Bend, who seeks reelection. on the democratic ticket. t The l county republican and democratic tickets are complete, aa : follows: Auditor— Chas. E. Chubb, Bdt- ward J. Butler i treasurer — H. Jtf. Kruee, Maurice Duffy; clerk — Clark Ortdn, E. J. MoBvoy; sh. ef Iff— Everett L. Harris, Carl Dahlhauser, Bancroft; recorder — Ida L. Peterson, J. J. Dooley; county attorney — H. W. Miller, Maurice McMahon; coroner^-Leon M. Merrltt, Dr. 'R. A. Evans. Four Supervisor Scraps. There are interesting scraps In four supervisor districts, with one independent candidate^ In the first district F. J. Balgeman asks reelection on the republican ticket; John P. Mersch is the democratic candidate; and John H. Fraacr is an Independent candidate. In the primary race Mr. ..•Balgeman'' won re-nomin(ft.tlon| oX>er Mr. Fraeer and Hugh Raney by a narrow majority, Mr. Balgeman receiving 499 votes, Mr. Fraser 459, and Mr. Raney 254. 'In the second district Henry \Veg- ener is the republican Candidate 'against "W. E. McDonald, who seeks reelection on the democratic ticket. In the third district Olaf Funnemark is the republican nominee, opposed by W. S. Cosgrove. In the fourth district Chas. Morris, republican nominee for reelection, 'is opposed by •Albert kollasch, Bancroft. There is no election this year in the fifth district, where Chairman P. J. Heiken's term runs till January 1, 1935. Local Battle on Constable.' Townehlp battles loom in several parts of tne county. -P. A. Danson and Hiram B. White have no opposition in Algona for Justice, of the peace, but there is a three-cornered battle for constable. •!*' T. Griffin and 'F, A. Newville are the republican nominees; Herbert Adams and G. C. Barton, democratic nominees; and E. T. Burbank and Jesse H. Riddle have filed* ae independents. Soon after the primaries Mr. Barton moved to Puyallup,, Wash., but he did not formally withdraw his name, hence it must appear on the ballot. Traveled in Europe. Wesley, Oct. 18. — Ed .Ruscha, Springfield, Mo., called on his old friends, the Nathani Studers, last week Wednesday. With hie mother, he traveled in Europe during the summer. He says they noticed no signs of "depression" in France, Germany, or Austria. [LEGAL NOTICES! HOUSE IS SET AFIRE BY ELECTRIC FIATIRON •Fire did minor damage at the M. J. Pool home Tuesday evening, when an ironing boarii caught lire from a flatiron. The Pools were at the time at the high school building. where Mr. 'Pool was playing the part •of an old-fashioned girl in a Congregational -home talent show. He was in costume when advised of the fire, and his appearance there without change made him the butt of much kidding from the crowd. The iron had not beeni used since Monday. The • connection! between iron and cord was too hot to be pulled when the ironing was finished that day, so a wall switcft was used to turn off the current, Tuesday evening one of the children wanted something in the room and turned the switch on again, neglecting to turn it off wnisnt no light resulted. The heated iron set fire to clothing on the board, and spread to the board itself. The blaze was noticed 1 before the fire had extended beyond the board, and no other damage, except a burn on the floor where the> iron fell, resulted. COURT ORDER SETS ASIDE FIVE-DAY LAW FOR COUPLE A court order was issued by Judge •P. C. Davidson, Emmetsburg, Saturday for a marriage license In favor of William J. Farrell, Kossuth, and Hazel W. Wilson, Black Hawk county, the five-day requirement between application for and issuance of a license being set aside. Other licenses were issued last week to: Alfred B. 'Davis, Burt farm hand, Elma Lavera Johnston, Eldora; Bernard Schreier, Milwaukee, Edith Ringler, Whitte- moi-e. Mr. Davis and Mies Johnston were married by Justice L. A. Winkel at his office Monday. An application for license was filed by John A. Bruckhoff and Leah Blomingkemper, both of Mapleton, Minn., last Thursday. At Chicago Meeting. Wesley, Oct. 18.—Mrs.. Ben Hop kins attended, at Chicago, October 10, 11, and 12, a convention of the Railroad Employes' National Pension association. The business was wholly in regard to the nationalizing of railroad pensions. Mrs. Hopkins is a publicity promoter, and though not a delegate, she represented the thirteenth chapter, and, was heard on the floor. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice is given of the formation of a corporation which shall be known as E. N. Taylor, Inc., with principal piace of business at Algona, Iowa. The general nature of the- business is to deal in building materials and fuels. The authorized capital stock is $10,000.00, ten shares at $100.00 per share being paid In. The corporation shall function from date of September 21st, A* D. 1932, for a period of twenty years therefrom. Walter B. Rae, William Edward Taylor and E. N.. Taylor shall comprise the Board of Directors; Walter B. Rae shall act as president and E. 'N. Taylor as 9'ecretary-Treas- urer, said Board amdl officers to conduct the affairs of tlie corporation until the first annual meeting to be' held January 1st, 1933: at ten o'clock a. m. of said day, at wfeich time one director shall be elected 1 to serve for one year, one director- Jiff- a term of two years and one director for a term of three years; 'At said meeting a president and' secretary-treasurer shall..be" elected' for a one-year period, the Board ofi' Blrectors and officers of said corporation to be elected by- the holders^ of the common stock of the corporation. Under the Artciles; off Incorporation, the personal property of the stockholders shall be- exempt from corporate debt. WALTEK S RAE, President. E. N. T.:&moR, 3-6 Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Case No;. l'4a'T3'. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special BXeautlon directed to me from the Cleric of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 30th day of September, 1932, in favor of Edward R. BTawdsfey, Jasper C. Mawdsley, Roscoe I.. Mawdsley, and Howard L. Mawdsley,. as Executors of the estate' of R.. J. Mawds- dey, deceased, as plaintiff, and against John W.. Brown and Loren J. Brown, as defendants, for the sum of Four- Thousand Four Hundred and 54/100 ($4400.54) Dollars and costs, taxed: at One Hundred Two and No/100 ($102.00) Dollars and accruing costs, I have lev^ led upon the fallowing describes Real property as the property of the said John W. Brown, and Myrtle M. Brown, his wife, Loren J. Brown, and Florence M. Brown, his wife, George F. Gillesple, Bert Deal, Milton G. Norton and Kossuth County, Iowa, to satisfy said execution to-wit: All of Government Lot Five (5) and the North half (<N%) of the Northeast Quarter, (NE%) of the Southwest Quarter CSW%) all in Section Twenty- Four (24), Township Ninety-Five (95) North, Range Twenty-Nine,(29) West of the fifth P. M., containing about 60 acres, and. I will proceed to sell such property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, -with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 18th day of November, 1932, at the east door of the court house in Algona, in Kossuth. County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. nj. of saW day, when and where due attendance will be given the undersigned. Dated this 6th day of October, 1932. X.. B. HOVBY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, low By Everett L.'Harris, Deputy. 'Sullivan, McMahon and Llnnan, Plaintiff's Attorney. " - • \ ORKJt If AL ftpftftg ' ', ^*; '' ' A, . In the CIstHet Court of* Iowa,' M 1 f op. Kosauth County. The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United Stales, .plaintiff, Vfl. John P. Helderscheidt, Administrator of the estate of Michael Helder- scheldt, deceased, Adam Helder* Scheldt, Mathew Heiderscheldt, Maggie Simon, Kathryn JUeum, otherwise Kathryn. Juchem, Susie Andre, Arnia Mnrnach, MaryFor- man, Valentin^ Dieter, Mike Meter, Tonle Dieter, Kathren Dieter* •Valentine Heiderscheldt, Joe Hel- derscheldt, John Helderscheldt, Charlie C. Heiderscheldt, Mike HeU derscheldt, Adam Heiderscheldt, Katie Heiderscheldt Wagner, Dora Heiderscheldt Wagner, Mike Von Bank, Peter Von Bank, Dick Von Bank, Joe Von Bank, Lizzie Schaller, Katie Von Bank, Rose Stalle- man, otherwise known as Rose Stattleman, Mary Orlginery otherwise known as Mary Orlger, Maggie Yackley, Johnnie Helderscheldt, John Berkhlmer and Kossuth County, 'Iowa, Defendants. To said defendants, Mathew Heider- scheldt, Mary Forman, Valentine • Rle.ter, Mike Dieter, Tonle Dieter, Kathreri Dieter, Valentine Helder- acheidt, Nick Von Bank and Maggie Yackley : You and each of you are hereby notified that on. or before the 10th day of November, 1932, there will be on file In .the office of the Clerk of the District .Court of Kossuth County,. Iowa, the Petition of the Plaintiff claiming of you the said John P. Hel- derscheldt, administrator of the estate of Michael Helderscheldt, Deceased, et al; the sum of Six Thousand , Eight Hundred Twenty-nine and 33/100 Dollars ($6829.33) with Interest thereon at eight per cent (8 per cent) per annum from October 20th, 1932, on your promissory note for Six Thousand Dollars ($6000.00) originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and endorsed to the plaintiff herein; also asking the further sum of Seventeen and 80/100 dollars C$17.80) paid for an extension of an, Abstract of Title arid costs Including statutory attorney fees and taxes. Plaintiff will. also as.k as against all the defendants the foreclosure of the real estate mortgage given to secure the above described note, interest, abstract fee, attorney fees, costs and taxes which .mortgage was originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and assigned to the plaintiff herein, said mortgage covering: The South One Half (S%) of the Southwest Fractional Quarter (SW fr. Vi) of Section Nineteen (19), Township Ninety-four (94), Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth County, -Iowa, containing 76 acres,' more or' less, according to the United States Government Survey thereof, and is recorded in Book 98, (Page 320 o£ the Records of Kossuth County, Iowa. Plaintiff will also ask for the appointment of a Receiver. •For further particulars see Petition when on file. Personal judgment is demanded against no defendants. And unless you appear thereto and defend on "or befdre noon of the second day of the November, 1932, term of said court to' be held at the courthouse in Algona, Iowa, commencing- on ith'e 21st .day of November, 1932, default will be entered against you and Judgment and. decree rendered thereon. Don Barnes, E. H. Wadsworth, 6-9 ' Attorneys for Plaintiff. NO MORE RUNS! when you wear KAYSER SANSRUN HOSIERY . 51 35 This wonderful new hose by Kayser positively guarantees an end to expensive hosiery runs. ."Sansrun" cannot run— •its very construction makes it impossible for a run to start, Mistily .shee^ yet, since it cannot run, it's as durable ias service weight. Say good-bye to hosiery runs forever!'Try "Sqnsryn" now, A GUARANTEE WITH IYIRY PAIR Chrischilles & Herbst Sale of High f M ' * * ' fi* J-.A..^^ nk..tL ^ "Where You F«M «l M«»«" Due to conditions beyond^ our cofttrol, we find our- selve6 with about f If teen' high grade, exclusive fur coats oh hand. There are among these, rats, Australian and Hudson SealsV^beautlful, well made garments up to the usual C.^ft H. standard, of style and workmanship. ^ ," ' • • ' v If you have been thinklrig about buying a fur coat, come in and let us show you these luxurious coats. Sizes from 16 to 38. A good selection of models, embracing all the popular , fur-coat style tendencies.;; Australian s e a 1 s are trimmed with fitch and ermine and Hudson seals', are plain self-triinmedi i You can. buy these beautiful fur coats at close out prices. .OO $89.OO , and up , PENNIES WILL SAVE IT .. . . . . from dertnirtivB ROT and DECAY! kON'Tlet rot and decay add hundreds of doHan to your upkeep expense in repair* and new , mfflwork. At least protect the badly worn plact«- the sills, thresholds,. outdoor stairs, pillars, etc. A gallon or so of IxjwevBrothers H. 8. Paint will do ,it. A fejv pennies for each badly weathered spot NOW may save as hi^y do//«i-« next spring. Act promptly before wwtcr does costly damage. j '-: •'.. " ':', •• "."-.. °%?!$!ifa$M -,, ; -- •. , F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229-Luiibr and Coal • The .. Bacon, eggs .fresh sausage, and lots of maple '<,» free trip to the Worr 9 ? and Set GOOD JfsSBS MCK,, 403, ; O. D. " Phone 180 . P - A - DANSoTTl Attorney. At.l,. jl Office over I owa state I _Phones: office, m . 3i ™ ' DOCTORS •r. nBfl Pnyslctan and i Office over.RexalUrugiw Office phone 300 fl Res. phone 326. C. 310; nft P. V. JAYSK.M.R^I ~«. Phy8lcfan and'Sotwi _ Office on South Dodgjf J Phones: Office, 666; tvA Algona, Iowa WALTER «„„„„„, ._ _,. Physician and Sureou! Office in QulnbyBldg.,Ro«l Phone No. 12 G. BOBMi Physician and 8n[j«i Office In Postofflce] Phones: Office, 197; W. D. ANDREWS,D.fci Ostcopntlilc Physician ui | Located over Hub Blllard j Phones: Office 187, Htt R. A. EVASS,M.D,tf Over Borchardt Drug I. Phones: Residence 312, ofll|| Algona, Iowa,. c== PENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON il Dentist. Gas and novocalne used traction. • Located over Christens J Phones: Business 166, i Algona, Iowa. VETERINABUMl 1. W. FOX J. I). WINKE1 Veterinarians • West State Street, A!. Phones; Office, 475-W.j ley BUILDING CONTB1C COWAN * SOS General Contractor) ' Estimates F Phones: Business, 639-Jrj MACHINISTS NOETON MACHINE Machinists and Wtl „ Service Stock on jj Piston Rings, Pins, and West of Courthouse INSURANCE K08SUTII COUNT! - M INSURANCE A8SOCUW Over 116,000,000 worth o! m In force. A home compWB] ••cure. J. 0, PaMon, ?• . — City Property Loan* Insurance. Real • . ' CUNNINGHAM*] WT W. State B^—'——:— Get Up Ni Use this easy bladder J drive out impurities? andf ; lioh cause irritation « leg pains, backache, ' up nights. BlM8| 9 r physic, containlnf »1 oil, etc., works on m My and effectively,^ 1 „ oil on the DoweU,^ (5 graJn size) After four ._ pf getting UP ; get your money, sel better after this < get your regular f B..W. Lusby. 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