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The 1 t' t >' », s^' * it. j Tti^y;!* si Itoiiiifi **'**''"* : F <*^>»4 *,«w SENECANS ATTEND MARRIAGE OF MARVIN SANDERS Seneca: A wedding of interest to Senecans was performed at the Baptist church in Swea City Tues day evening at 6 o'clock when Berdene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Walter L. Smith, was united >n marriage to Marvin Sanders of near Swea City. The couple were at- ten-ded by Lois Looft and the bride'.s brother. Maurice Smith. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Anderson. A reception was held immediate ly following the ceremony for mem- *ers of the immediate families at the home of the bride's parents. Marvin, who has been stationed at Camp Edwards, Mass., has been enjoying a furlough at the 'home of his parents. He left for camp Saturday evening from Algona. HARTSHORNS ENTERTAINED ON 85TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and (Mrs. Roy Hartshorn were guests of honor at a surprise party at their home Friday evening when members of the Modern Mixer club their famil.'es and a few relatives came in to help them observe their 35th wedding anniversary. The evening's entertainment consisted of a short program after which the honored guests wore presented with A gift. Refreshments were serve- by the self-invited guests nt thr close of the even.'ng's entertain ment. Guests present from a dis tance were the Roscoe Maynes o Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Maym of Ledyard and Mr. and (Mrs. Al /red Zielske of Grant. Rev. and Mrs. Pruel and son o Fenton were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Fred Brown home Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Vo.'.ght have Imoved into the home on their farm recently vacated by the Mervin Widdles, Clarence Osborn', 'Earl Grouch and Fred Brown attended a farm | speaker. lie is vice president of the | Iowa Farm Bureau Federation. I Mrs. Charles Osborn returned I home Wednesday evening from Rochester, Minn., where she under went a major operation at the Mayc clinic four weeks ago. She has been enjoying a speedy recovery. Mrs Anna Osborn who stayed at thi Ohas. Osborn home during her ab sence, returned to her home at Fen ton after spending a day at the Clarence Osborn home. SENECA NEWS bureau director's meeting at Burt Monday evening. Plans were made for the membership drive. The Seneca Modern Mixer club met at the Robert Burt home on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Hartshorn had charge of the afternoon entertainment. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Among Senecans who attended the Farm Bureau dinner and mee;- :-ng at Bancroft Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voight, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Ray Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'Looft. Alten was the guest Kline of Vinton Supt. and Mrs. Kinrrery spent Sunday at Wells, Minn., where they visited at the James Hoyt home. Alyce Olson, student at business college, Mason City, spent the week end at the parental Curtis Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Mickle and sorts, Robert a.nd Wililiam wore Saturday visitors ta the Alfred Godfredson home. Helen Cody, who teaches 7th and 8th grades at the Ledyard public school, spent the week end w:'th her parents, the Albert Codys. The Seneca Thursday club met at the Nick Doocy home last Thursday. Mrs. Sheldon Merrll was the assistant hostess. Mrs. Kingery is a new member of the club. iLloyd Wilberg left Wednesday morn:ng for Dubuque where he wns a week end guest at the home of his aunt, the Ed Eisenschmidts. Wayne, student at Luther collcgr at Decorah, was also a guest there Mrs. Robert Halverson spent from Wednesday until Saturday ;il the Kossuth hosp.'tal in Algona where she was under observation and treatment. She has not been enjoying the best of health lately Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterseir attended the Lawrence Nelson silver wedding celebration at the opera hall at Ringsted Fr.'day evening. They, together with others who helped with the entertainment Friday evening, were entertained at the Lawrence Nelson home. Mrs. LaVern Bryan was guest of honor at a farewell party at the parental Alfred Godfredson hoine MRS. ED MITCHELL HEADS LUTHERAN AIDATFENTON Fenton:' Mrs. Minnie Dreyer ant Mrs. Everett Dreyer were hostesses to the St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid which met Wednesday afternoon in the church basement. Mrs Paul Eigler was a guest. Election of officers was held with Mrs. Edward Mitchell being elected as president; Mrs. Clarence Wegener, vice president; Mrs. Ray Tietz, secretary and Mrs. Webber Yager, treasurer. Friday afternoon. The Bryans left Mon-day morning for Stickney, S. D., where they will take over a half section farm which Mr. Bryan's father formerly managed. Members of the Modern Mixer club wera the hostesses. The Seneca Luther League held u meeting at the Henry Looft home Saturday evening. David Twill, the student pnstor in charge of the local ongrogation, was a guest. Mr. Twill conducted 9:30 services at :he local church Sunday morning. a sermon topic was "Why Shou'.d God Bless America?" He will con- •luct services again in two weeks, Deo. 13, at 11 o'clock. Be Ready for the Holidays You will enjoy them so much more if your clothes are cleaned and pressed ahead of time. Save that last minute rushing bj sending us today those garments that you plan to wear holiday time. This is also a good time to have curtains and draperies cleaned—and other household items. Keep your home attractive. You are going to see more of it. Vou can depend on the rcliaWe worM. Elk Ctaanvrs for ELK Cleaners & Furriers W. a C. S. PRESENTS PI.,AY AT MEETING ON THURSDAY The W. S. C. S* met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Hostesses were Mesdames John Tieman, Jacob Zwlefel, Raymond Zwiefel, Clarence Menz, Roy Osborn and J. T. Waite. Devotions were led by Mrs. W. R. Wolfe with Mrs. Reinhold Laabs and Mrs. F. C. Pruel assisting. Following this, a playlet, "The Stars Are Still Shining" was given. Taking part were Mesdames E. W. Ruske, Derwood Eigler, Carrie Voigt, Shelby Weisbrod, Fred Mortenson and E. C. We.'-sbrod. Two refugees were Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Mrs. Don Weisbrod. Lunch was served. Cadet John Bailey of Coleman, Texas, is home on a two weeks' furlough. Carroll WMlrett returned home Monday iright from Albia, Iowa where he visited a few days at th J. E. Cashmark home. Mrs. Mary Hansen left Mondaj. night for Portland, Oregon, where she will spend the winter with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. R Holman. Mrs. George Jorgenson, son Donald and daughter, Carol, latter a nurse at Los Angeles, CaHf., left F; iday morning for Minneapolis to spend the week end there. The Trump-It bridge club met Thursday evening at the George Jentz home. Alvirr Zumach won high score honors for the men anc Mrs. Clarence Osborn high for the ladies. Members of the official board and the.'r wives or husband of the Methodist church enjoyed a pot luck supper Wednesday night at the Peter Hayenga home. Twenty were present. Mrs. E. C. Wersbrod entertained at quilting Monday afternoon. Assisting were Mesdames H. E. Reimers, Raymond Stoeber, Arlo Rau- ney, Webber Yager, Don Welsbrod and W. J. Weisbrod. The Dopew Ladies Aid met on Thursday at the church with Mrs William DcWall and Mrs. Albert Mitchell the hostesses. During the business meeting officers were elected as oilows: president, Mrs. Art Juhl; vice pretidont, Mrs. Gust TwaM.; secretary, Mrs. Frank Wright and treasurer, Mrs Hni-i vur Larsen. THREE OF A KIND— Berne, Ind.: A Holstelh heifer owned by Noah Rich, Indiana dairyman, has the right idea- more production for victory. She gave birth recently to triplet calves, all heifers and practically identical. They are almost pure white and each has a black mark on the left ear; the one In the foreground has a small black spot on its side. One of the calves weighed 51 pounds at birth, one 52 and the other 57. They are thrtfty and growing rapidly. JOHN BAILEY, FENTON SOLDIER, WEDS WINIFRED LAPPE, BANCROFT Bancroft: Miss Winifred Lappe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry nppc, became the bride of John EJailey of San Angelo, Texas, son of Frank Bailey of Fenton. The Rev. J. H. Scholtes performed the ceremony at eight o'clock Wednesday morning in St. John's church. Miss Lorraine Lappe, sister of the br.'<de, and Joe Fude, a friend, attended the couple. The bride was attired in a floor length white satin dress with lace inserts and a long train. She wore a finger tip veil edged with lace and carried a bouquet of Johanna Hill roses. Her bridesmaid wore a floor length pale ST. JOE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramer from Ayrshire spent Sunday with relatives and friends here. Mrs.t John Altman and infant daughter, Diana Marie, came home last Tucbday from the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Lucy Wagner who had been a patient at the Kossuth hospital a week, returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. John B. Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Illg were pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening, Nov. 24th, f>n their home by relatives in honor of their first wedding anniversary. Pvt. Martin Thilges from the Air Corps, camp at Lincoln, Neb., spent uat week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges and other relatives aird friends. Math Bormann was quite sick the past week. Mr. Borman has Farm Bureau Group Meets at Good Hope Good Hope: The Young Married people s group of the county Farm Bureau met in the Community room of the Good Hope church last We J- icsday evening. Chicken supper wis served by the women of the Good Hope church after wh.'.ch R-iy Sorensen, Farm Bureau Young People's worker from DOS MoineJ! led a discuussion on "Government Control of Farm Prices. Social games concluded the activities of the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wm Dodds. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gardner, and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman serving as the entertaf.n- ment committee. Rev. M. M. Schaper of Good Hope gave several humorous readings. TITONKANEWS N'OKMAN & PERRY Phone 330 Across from Post Ott'nv. R^e»S»S»»m83^C£«0»#C^^ J ^xexosasascsxax^^ NOTICE Because of O. D. T. rulings we will discontinue 'picking up hogs in the country, except full loads, and we will charge for it. All bids are for hogs delivered in yards. You hire and pay you own truck or we will try to find one for you. We get our bids at 10 o'clock, so call after that ajid then try to get them in before or by noon, or at the latest by 2 o'clock so we can get them out before it is too late. Sincerely thanking you for your past patronage and asking for your cooperation in the future, we will do the best we can to serve you. Ulfers Stockyards ALGONA, IOWA Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs left Friday ovening for Ankeny to spend the week end with her husband who ! s employed there. Mr. and Mrs. John Rippentrop, .Ir., and Kent and Irene and Miss Dorothy Pugsley were Friday evening visitors at the Dick B. Meyers. Mrs. Jim Hanson and children li.-ft Saturday for Airkeny to join her husband who is employed there A moving- van took their fumi hire Friday night. Berniece Spear, Dorothy Gruis, Clara Aukes and Ella Mae Meyer left Mondaj' by bus from Weslei for Waterlnn where they hope to get defense work. Keith Bruns was hit by a car or Friday morning on his way to school but no bones w:-re broken He was bruised and could' not go to school Friday but hupes to be back in school agnin Monday. The 'American T,o-,'ion Auxiliary met for its regular business meeting at the homr- of Mary Sartor acting vice p'-psi V't, Thursday evening. Carpet r,u:s ware sewed after wh'rh the business was over and lunch served. Miss Gertrude Mark of Owatonna, Minn., has been hired to fill the vacancy in the local h'.gh school. Miss Mark has just completed her course at the State Teachers College at Mankato. She is staying at the Edward Boyken home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Orthel took Mrs. Woodrow Peterson to the train at Wesley Tuesday evening where she left for Baltimore, Md., to visit her husband, who is stationed there. Mrs. C. B. Bgesdal is teaching Mrs. Peterson's school during her absence. The Titonka Federated club met Tuesday evening, Dec. 8th, at the home of Mrs. Barbara Rippentrop. Roll call, "A Recommended Movie", a book review, "They Were Ex- oendable" by Mrs. Fay Callies and lesson "Understanding Sex" by Mrs. Helen Schram. Pvt. Junior Priest, of San Luis Obispo, Calif., who has been visiting h'a parents, the A. M. Friesft at Thompson and his sisters and brother, Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs. F. G. Elliott and the Marshall Friests the past six days, left on Thursday evening to return to his camp. Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Mrs. Alvin Honken and sons, Jas. and David, took Alvin Honken to I been in poor health the past few weeks. He is staying at the home of his daughter and famiy, the Airton Beckers. Nick Thilges and son, Alfred, went to Rochester, Minn., where they went through the Mayo cliiv-c for a medical check-up. Mike Thilges has been a patient at Rochester the past several weeks. Mr. and 'Mrs. John B. Rcdinrt and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner attended the farm sale of Mr.s. Mary Schiltz cast of Bancroft last Friday. Mrs. SchMtz is an aunt of Mrs. Reding and Mr. Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius entertained at a 6:'30 dinner Surrduy evening in their home. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Math Kirscii and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thilges and family, Peter N. Th 1- ges and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding and family, Mr. and Mrs.. Vernon Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thilges and son, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thllges and son, James and Casper Th'ilges and Lucilte Gales. The evening was spen.t at cards and lunch was served at a late- hour. pf.nk satin dress with a matching ostrich feather pompadour hat and matching gloves. She carried n of pirrk and white carni The groom wore his army uniform. After the ceremony £ wedding breakfast was served a; the home of the brides parents The couple left for San Angelo Texas, where the groom is stationed. BOY LOSES THREE FINGERS IN SAUSAGE GRINDER Harold Droessler, 13 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Droessler, lost three fingers and part of the thumb on his left hand, when his hand became entangled in- the large sausage gr.'-nder at the Droessler market Monday evening. He was helping out after school hours. Help was called to free->hls hand from the.machine and following first aid treatment in Bancroft, he was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona. He is a student in the eighth grade at St. John's school. Clarence Braddock broke his right arm at his home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Simmons have named their new son, Joseph Teddy. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers arc the parents of a girl born Friday evenfng. Tasker Johnson, Ames, spent Thanksgiving and the week end at the home of his parents, the Lester Johnsons. Berdyce Hunt spent the week end visiting at the Charles Reaper home in Algona. She returned home Sunday evening. Air. and Mrs. Joe Kramer'spent Thanksgiving and a few days after visiting their son, Urban Kramer S. J, at St. Louis, Mo. Luke Hamilton, son of Mr. and ternoon at fit, tfdhn'« school. aftd" , . , nett and sons And Peter SehlUz were Sunday dinner guests at the Jack , Grandjennett goWa. home in Al- The annual Farm Bureau meet- Ing and dinner was held Friday !« St John's hall. Principal speaker was Allen Kleine, state Farm Bureau vice president. Sunday dinner guests at the Men ry Fox home were: Mrs. a A. Os. mus, Jollet, Ml.; Mr. arid Mrs. Joe Fox, Wllbiir Fox and four sons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fojt and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Renger and family. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. August tOrsch- baum were Thursday evening guest's at the Cyrus Elseman home at Britt. Mrs. William Hartley spent Thanksgiving at the home of her jrother, Sam Harmon at Water- oo. She left Sunday to visit there. V. M. Wlngert of the Panama Canal Zone, is visiting at the home of his parents in this vlcln'.ty and with his wife, who resides in Al- :ona, Mrs. John Esser arrd son, Francis of Cylinder, and Mr. and Mrs Joe Namer of Mallard spent thr lollday as dinner guests at the Martin Mimbach home. The children of the Sexton school enjoyed a four-day vacation from Thursday to Monday. Sleds were In evidence, so Ole Man Winter was enjoyed by the children. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and children of Hutchlns, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and chidren of Mapleton, Minn., and Mr, and Mrs. Everett Steven were at the HaY- 'vey Steven home. Verda and Donna Sanford, who afe enrolled 1ft a fSUiliiess Allege* Al Mason City,- spent the TKanftuKlv. .'•rig holidays *t the hOffle of their parents, M*. And Mrs. ffthfitt San ford wH<J live 86UU1 Of 86*tdft. Mi-, and Mrs. tfettitta Wise ami ifeughters, Mfc and Mrs. John VoSs, Jh, and sons of UuVetne, tit* and Mrs. WHIdam MuSK/ay and (MlsB Dolores VdS8 of Gfeetey were dinner guests at the John Voss, Sr., home, Mr, and Mrs. John Flora,, who have resided on the Louis Kutscntfra farm for the past few years, have moved to AJgona. Mr. Flora has been In poor health the past year and h's son-in-law, Clarence Swed- n, who has been farming Will con* tlnue oh this farm. Mrs. W. C. Taylor will entertain the Sexton Woman's Society of Oft he* home. Devotion* will be , . jA-. i, ( A 2 jLwf...r -fe t *' t-J. j. *i. 6y inftf Si A. F Mfltf tfer» - _. officers will, take place so all members ark tifged to come. Cohtrlh- utlohs for the mission home should; be brought along At this time. STAFFORD TO CAMP nottfNSON, MA&VLANfi The Jerry Heetlands drove to (Ma*son City last week Tuesday to meet Mrs. Laurence Stafford who 'had spent a week with her husband at Camp Robinson, Arkansas. Laurence- leaves Dec, 16th for Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland, where he will take officers' train's^. Mrs. Staf*• ford Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Heetland. * The Game of DARTS Xinas Gifts for the whole family to play and enjoy these winter evenings. Dart Game Scoring Targets, Dart-Baseball, Dart-Poker, Dart-Bowling and Spel-Dart. Small and large Darts. See Them at the H. W. Becker Sporting Goods Store So. Dodge St. Phone 720 Burn Superior Block Coal It is low in ashj and, high! in heat, and assures you the solid comfort you are iSooking for this winter. You get a stronger, steadier'heat that forces out all of winter's chill.'. If you spent last winter uncomfortably, try burning Superior Block coal thjis winter and find out what real heating comfort is. We have plenty of Superior Block on track and in transit. Please order full loads~of coal to conserve gas and rubber. We '11 do our best to serve you: F. S. Norton & SOD Phone 229 FARM AUCTION As I have sold my farm, I will sell out the following described property at the farm on No. 18, just across from the Catholic Cemetery in the northeast part of AJgona- on Thursday. Dec. 17 Sale will Start Promptly at 12:00 M. Sharp! LEDYARD NEWS KKM3<biX«8XH>aoSX«85^^ Mason City where he took the Rocket for Dayton, Ohio, Saturday. He has been appointed associate inspector at the signal corps office in Dayton and was to be on duty by Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs. N. A Pingel shopped :n Algona Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Strand were business visitors in Algona Tuesday. F. T. Lewis was among those who were business callers irr Algona on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Roseborough moved Thursday into the L. D. Maync house. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner visited Morrday evening at the Asa Warner home. Mr. and Mrs.- Martin Gabel and sons visited Monday evening at tha Albert Brand home. Margery and Albert Barnes left for Sun Valley, Idaho, Friday, where they will work. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Spatcher are the parents of a son born Wednesday at the Buffalo Center hospital Mrs. Nixon spent Thanksgiving day at her home in Tingley, Iowa. She returned to Ledyard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingel and son, Bobby, were guests cf Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Ptagel Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jenks of Molnes are the parents of a baby boy <born on Saturday at the Des Moines hospital. Richard Countryman and Ronald Richardson left Friday for Des Moines, where they will enliat in the Army Air^Corps. Mrs. Art Kramersmeier entertained the Evangelical Reformed Ladies' Aid in the church basement on Thursday afternoon. The W. S. C..S. met at the church basement Thursday afternoc-n for a business meeting. Officers were elected for the year. Miss Solberg returned to Ledyard Sunday evening after spending her Thanksgiving: vacation with her parents at St. James Minn. Lawrence Mayne left Tuesday for San Pedro, Calif., where he will seek employment' in a defense plane, Mrs. Mayne and children will stay for the present at the home of Mrs. Ella Galhaus. About the first o! the year Mrs. Mayne will join her husband in Calif. Lunch Wagon on Grounds Bay Mares Some age, sound, clean and gentle. Jersey Cow Fine bag, easy milker. Fresh in spring. GOOD FARM MACHINERY has alwa y s ^ )een Boused and kept in fine conditon. Most of it as good as new i fi* u- Ru ™ le y keavy steel, roller bearing, threshing rig with weigher, all belts, also driVe belts l Altalla cutter and grinder mill. 1 John Deere 999 corn planter with 160 rods of wire on two spools One 2-wh.eel truck for 999 corn planter. 1 Set of 250 Ib. fertilizer attachments, complete for John Deere 999 planter. 1 Farmall tractor, extra fine shape, 12" Spade lug wheels. 1 Set of angle iron wheels for Farmall tractor. 1 Set of extra long angle irons for above wheels. 1 Set of scrapers tor spalde lug wheels, One 2-row Farmall tractor cultivator, all kinds of shtovels. 1 Set of disc shov els, noticing finer for corn. 1 Single row riding cultivator. 1 Single row McOormick corn nicker power take-off. F ' One 5-ft. McCormick mower, 3 sickles. One 10-ft. McCormick hay rake.' 1 Side delivery Minnesota, 1 Corn planter. One 10-ft. John Deere binder, power takeoff, all canvas anjd long grain guards; One 4-section steel harrow with 2 drawbars. 1 John Deere eudgate seeder, grass attachments. One 14" garden plow. One 14" gang heavy tractor plow, McCormick, One 1 h. p I garden cultivator. 1 Large slip scraper. One 10-ft McCormick disc, tractor lutch with weights 1 Iron cordwood rack. 1 McCormick manure speader, team and tractor hitch. 1 Mandt, medjWn liigf* wagon with triple wagon box. 1 Corn shoveling endgate. 1 Lowdbwn iron wheel wagon- i 1 Hay rack. 1 Clipper No. 2 fanning mill, 12 screens only two ever used, hand and electric power 1 Cylinder corn grader, and it pays dividends, 1 Pedall grindstone for fine tools. One 2-wlieel seeder, and 1 disc riding cifltivator, serviceable but not so hot. 1 International truck with triple grain box, good tires. 1 Well machine, with 8 h. p. Novo engine, mounted on same; this rig is good for many wells yet. 1 Heavy duty tractor saw rig with two blades. 1 Dehorning chute for cattle also us ed for large Hogs. 1 Extra large hog self feeder. Dozens of hog troughs, wood and iron lone and abort. Oak wood barrels and many iron barrels. Hay slings. Potato Gralder. •'•••» HAND TOOLS—Fifty years accumulation of hand tools, Hundreds of feet of rope and wire cable. BvfbDer hose. Wire cribbing, planks and lumber. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—DeLaval separator. 250 Egg electric incubator. Range with'tat water boiler. Cupboards, porch swing, rocking chairs, beds. Many othe? articles too nunjerous to men, tion. - •--•••••;•• {STRAIN—•1085 bushels of Iowa O/old oats. 920 bushels of Russian green oats. This grain has been raised on absolutely clean ground. Five cribs of corn^ •» TERWS-AOash, or if time is wanted, please see clerk at the sale or before the sale. No proper* ty to be removed until settled for. JOHN P. BYSON ColwsU Bros., Auctioneers

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