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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1943
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ftie Algofta tlppsf Pea Many, feb. 4, jjfl_ LUVERNE COUPLE WED IN ALGONA fRIDAY, JAN. 29 The marriage of Mtafr iRu&erg, youngest daughter of Anna iRuberg, to 'Clarence Holmes, son of Hans Holmes, east -of town farmer, took place at the Methodist parsonage at Algona on FHdftV afternoon, Jan. 29, at three O'clock, the Rev. N. A. Price officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kendall, Webster City, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, were the attendants. The bride and her attendant wore navy blue suits with loouquets of pink and white carnations. A wedding dinner and reception were held at the bride's home Friday evening at seven o'clock and was attended by 33 relatives and close friends. The "bride's table was centered with n •beautifuly decorated weddlrrg cake and with bouquets of carnations in pink and white, the bride's chosen icolorsj. After a wedding ,|j*lp to Chicago and Racine, Wis., tne newlyweds will be at home on the Hans Holmes farm east of town. drove to Lincoln. Nebr.. last Saturday.' Pv£.'Wayne; Sattford fa sta- ,'oned near* Lincoln' at wHIch place At, and Mrs; Sanfofd make their lome. • : . John Blumer, sort of Mr; and Mrs. Ralph Blumer, west of town farmers; left for Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, Mo., Friday eve- ilng. He Is an aviation cadet reserve. Ho has had his cross county license for flying the past year, lalph Blumer, another son is in the air corps at Alamogorridge, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. William Cham- ilon, living north of town, enter- :alned a group of friends at their home last Saturday evening. There were four tables of bridge In play and Mrs. Harold Neilson won first place for the ladles and John Miller irst place for men. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chrlstenson won low. A lovely tray lunch was served. Mr. and .Mrs. Cecil Williams and her* parents, Mr. and Mrs H. R. Larimer Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs. 'Edw. Greenway returned to. Chicago Saturday after a month's visit with her parents, M£ and Mrs. W. HJ Bills. She was accompanied home by her mother tot;' a short visit in the city. Pvt. V. C. Kanary of Goodfel- 3ow Field, Texas, is here visiting his, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Emmet Kanary. He was called horne by the death of his grandmother, Mrs. Anna Kanary. Miss Geneva Hanna, Des Moines and, Mrs.. Peter Thompson drove to Fairmont, Minn., for a short -visit with the former's mother Mrs. ' Rachel Hanna;' last'' (Satur- son, Jerry of Bode were guests of day. The Rev. R. H, Aura; of For! Dodge, district superintendent o the' Evangelical church, held th< quarterly conference at LuVerne on Saturday afternoon and on Sunda; assisted the pastor, RevJ E. C Oranner with the communion. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Luchsinger New Glarus, Wis., are visiting thi •week at the home of Mr. and Mrs Henry Kubly and at the Edw Mart.j home. The Luchsingers had at tended the funeral of his uncle Adam Luchsingcr_ at Whittemore Mrs. Wayne Sariford accompanies Ijy her brother, Victor Baumgart Tier and her brother-in-law, Rober .Sanford and Donald Youngwirth MRS.EDKILL10N, FORMERLY CAFE OWNER HERE, DEAD lA .former Algonlan, Mrs. Edward Klllkm, 77, died In the home of a daughter, Mrs. Harry Bailey at Rogers, Minn., after a short Illness. .'Funeral services were held Bros, chapel at Sioux City, Iowa. at 2 p. m._ (Friday In the Perasso Rev. G. Scott Porter, pastor of Westlawn Presbyterian church officiated. Burial was made in the Graceland Park cemetery In Sioux City. About 33 years ago the Killions owned the (Maple Leafe cafe, which is now Dermands. Survivors were Ed KIlHon, the widower, two daughters, Mrs. Har ry Bailey of Rogers, Minn.; and Msr, Bert Muckey of Algona, and and Luke and Frank of Rock Is- three sons, James of Sioux City, land, 111.,, beside eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, Judy Kay Dahlhauser of Algona and Susan McDonnell of Airm- strong. Rita Wingert, Wesley, Joining the Waves (Wesley: Rita Wingert enlisted and passed the examinations into the Waves last week. 1 She exr pects to continue teaching the rural school No. 2 in Prairie township until she receives her call. She will go to Cedar Falls or Fort Bennlng, Ga. Cecelia Wingert is teaching a rural school near Burt and Eileen Is a junior in St. Cecelia's -academy at; Algona. The young ladies are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ;Wlngert. BAPTIST SUNDAY IN GUILD HALL (Swea City:' Sunday morning Baptist services In the Guild hall brought recollections to older persons of the days they attended church and Sunday School In the little red school house by the road side'. Improvements under way :<n the church made it expedient to hold services elsewhere and the Guild hall was packed in the good old fashioned way. The Fred Infelts visited his parents at Waverly last week. Dicky Dahl was taken to a hospital at Algona Saturday for treatment. [Hollis Beadle was quite ill with a heart attack at his home Thursday evening. Mrs. W>m. Barker returned last week from Cedar Rapids where she had attended the funeral of an uncle. Herb Work, formerly of Swea City, now employed at the Ktaer shipyards, is ill there with pneumonia. Geo. K. Nelson left Saturday for Des Mo.'.nes to enter the veterans hospital for a period of rest and treatment. Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson and Mrs. Fred Peterson entertained the Legion Auxiliary at the Nelson home Monday night. • .The Ole Seylars have moved from the Sayers estate house to the John Johnson dwelling in the northwest part of town.t The Glen Burts celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary, Sunday Jan. 31 at their home northwest of town by holding open house from 1:30 to 6:30 p, m and from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. (The Luther League will meet on Thursday evening. The program topic will be Great Men. Refreshments will be served by Mildrec and Albert Paulsen, Harvey Larsen and Dorothy Hesvlck. The Lutheran Lad:«s' Aid wil meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 Mrs. George Nyman will lead th< Mrs. Frod ff. Kosuleek returned Tuesday from the Colonial hospl i tal at Rochester, Minn. . She Is nicely Iniproved after ng surgery there over ago Julia McEnroe Is spending week at the Mrs. home of her niece, Schm'.dt at Chero- Robdrt kee. I Mrs. W. H. Hockey entertained the members of her sewing club at her home on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hedlund and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Thompson spent the week end with relatives in Des Moines. Don Hutchlns left Tuesday for is home 1ft Des Moines after pending a few days here with h!s hlldren and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins. J and Mrs. Keith Merrymnn eft Saturday for their home in iVaukegan, 111., after a week's- visit ivith Mr. Merryman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Perclval are the parents of a son born on Tanuary 28 at the Kossuth hospi- al. This is their first child. Mr. Perclval operates a garage here. Walter Ewy has returned from lallfornia where he spent a few months an-d has set up a chair in ie Algona Barber shop under the Iowa State Bank. Other members of the group are Irvin Elbert, Chas. Clement and Alvln Briggs. Arnold Heldt left Wednesday after a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt, who I've south of Algona. Arnold Is stationed at McCord Field, Tacotna, Washington. He is married and has a small 'baby. His family lives in Tauoma. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Johnson spent from Sunday until Wednesday In Des Moines. Mrs. Dick Norton Is entertaining the members of her bridge club ;h'a afternoon at her home. Mrs. Chris W»llukalt and Mrs. John Foth took a group of high school glrlg to Humboldt Tuesday devotions and Mrs. will furnish music. John Larson Lesson topic Women of the Bible, will be dis cussed by Mrs. Marvin Uhr and Mrs. Merton Roalson. Hostesse are Mesdames C. J. Appelquist Severt Holm, Robert Pehrson, Ol Johanson, Larence Thorson, Annt lErlickson, Leanard Swanson anr Gunnard Larson. New SEERSUCKER DRESSES Crisp, tubbable seersuckers, gayly striped in red, blue, green and brown. Sure to please. Sizes 12 to 44 2 95 NEW BLOUSES for "her". Bright with gay embroidery on rich rayon ~l 41* crepe... .,..,.-'- HANDBAGS she'll be proud to carry, Every type at a wonderfully low '• UO Price.., * LOVELY GOWNS ' daintily trimmed with lace. Gleaming tea rote or blue rayon *• 38 satin.... .* PRESS SHIRTS ^ In hit favorite quality. Full cut sanforized broadcloth In whit* or 1 79 fancy prlnri,,..,-!. PRESS HOSE In fine Dupont rqypn. Genuine bqiyier wrap*, Clocked or itrlped pat- DAINTY HANKIES In toft whites and gay colon prettily embroidered. She'll 9€fc( COSMETICS fay lovely lady, lipstick, powder, rouge, cream, everything »he really wants.. BEAUTIFUL SLIPS In shimmering rayon satin. Tailored or lace- trimmed. Tea- rose shade,..' SPORT SHIRTS will please him! long sleeve favorites In sturdy cotton gabardine and rayon, SPRING TIES brighten morqlil Color* ful patterns and plaids I In tong-wear- Grant News evening game. to attend the basketball Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukalt are expecting to have as their Sunday «'-''••'•-»'• year mark. . undergo- a month CPL.WM.KOHL, UNION BOY, NOW IN SAN FRANCISCO Union: Cpl. William Kohl writes from San Francisco, Calif., that ho '•a dtudying to be a dental technician. The work is very difficult he has to study nights. He promoted to corporal on New nnd was Years day. Lettermans '•s noted for being one of the nicest He is studying at the hospital there and It dinneri guests,, )Mr. brother and his wife and family from Dakota City. Dick Lund of DBS Moines spent the week end in Algona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs .Henry Lund. Dick is taking a pharmacy course at Drake University. Mr. and Mtfs. LeBoy Peterson of I-ftimboldt were callers at J tho Clinton Lighter home Saturday evening. Mrs. Peterson is the daughter of the Lighters, Mrs. N. J. Crawford is enjoying a week's visit from her niece, Norma Jean Runkel of Plerryville; Maryland. M!$s Runkel has also been visiting relatives at Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Ow N. Aalfs anil sons of Sioux City are expected to arrive today for a vis't with Mrs. Aalf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey. The Aalfs are former Algonians. Eva Mae Frleden of Elgin spent 'riday evening with Mrs- Lloyd . ratt. Miss Frieden teaches in the •lumboldt schools and Mrs. Pratt ivas her schoolmate at the State Teachers College. Mrs William Higgins, Sr., is spending the week . in the Frank McEnroe home as the guest of Miss (Helen McEnroe f Mrs. ttiggans until recently edited the Whittimore Champion. Jean Murtagh spent the week end j Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Jean is a teacher in the Belmond schools and she began her duties there after the Chr'stmas holidays. Mrs. M. M. Morrow spent last week in Algona visiting her mother, Mrs. F. S. Norton and other r?l- camps in the U. S. The camp is beautiful but San Francisco rains did not appeal to him. It most of the time. His ad- Mr, and Mrs. Edward Gretillat o near Elmorc visited Sunday at th David Farrow home. Sunday visitors atj the /Leonard Mino .home were 'Mrs. Mable Mino and Harold and iMr. and Mrs. Edwin Mino and Jo Ann. The final basketball game was played Saturday i ini(gKt afc the school gymnasium between the Seneca girls and the Lone Rook girls. Seneca won by a. score of 41 to 31. The Grant boys defeated the Seneca boys by a score of 39 to 35. dress is Cpl. Wm. H. Kohl, Enl.'sted Men's Technicians School, Letter- mans General Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. Pvt. Wallace Winkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkie of Titonka, former Union farmers, writes hi parents that he is in North Africa. Cpl. Richard Lavrenz of Burt has Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-Wed., Feb. V 8 -9-l° .,,a» fheio merry hleki wrack poliHci T-carnpaifln with -fed cutietl GIFTS FOR Men in the Service WAITING KITS ' htlp Mm r«m»mbfr you) StaKontry with i*rvi«t liulgnta in conv*ni*o» CAMP shoo In loft •1 BUYU,J,WA« STAItfS WMm s * i co "=»/."- ...f Thurs.-Fri^Sat., Feb. ROY AT THE REINS OF ADVENTURE HEADIN' TOWARD YOU IN HIS GREATEST ACTION HITI also been time., Wallace atives arrd friends. Mrs. Morrow's home is in Audubon, Iowa, and she is the former Pauline Norton Wor- Jj E. Lynch and daughter, Margaret Mary, left Tuesday for Herington, Kansas, where Margaret Mary will be married Satur- M. W. Thompson and Perry Coif rts went to Des Moines Monday ;o attend a business conference. Vtr. Thompson returned to Algona on Wednesday while Mr. Collins remained for a longer stay. Corp. Diale J. Culbertson will leave Saturday after spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Culbertsorr. Dale !a in the ground section of the army air force, stationed at Tampa, Fla. Colleen Pai*», dtou«hter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parks, spent the week end at Spencer where she visited her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Parks, Jr., and her grandmother, Mrs. Elteabeth Parks. Colleen attends St. Cecelia's Academy. Mrs. D. D. Paxson has returned to her home from the K3eneral< hospital. Mrs. Paxson had the misfortune of falling and badly spraining her ankle last Thursday when she was alighting from a car. She is getting along nicely at th!a time. Mrs. R. B. Waller has received word that her brother-in-law, Marvin Waller, has just been promoted from a captain in the army to major. He is stationed at Flush- Ing, New Jersey, and his wife is with h'.m. He is the only brother of R. B. Waller. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukalt and 'amily attended the funeral of Mrs. Wallukait's father, Sam Pate at iVoolstock Saturday. Mr. Pate had been ill for several months and was i patient in a Fort Dodge hospi- ;al. He underwent an operation on December 3. He passed away ast Wednesday. Mrs. George Free will leave the ast of the week for Westfleld, yew Jersey, to visit her daughter, VTrs. R. L. Duncan, the former Es;her Free. The Duncans became ;he parents of a son on Wednesday and the baby has been named Robert Laird, Jr. They have one other child, a daughter. Miss Katherine Wernert was. a welcome visitor in this office last week. Since an accident several years ago Miss Wernert gets about with the aid of a cane. On Friday, February 12, Miss Wernert w'.ll celebrate her eightieth birthday. At that time there will be five members of her immediate family who are over the eighty was an excellent nurse in thla community. The Frank McEnroe family enjoyed a reunion over the week end with all five children, the father and their two aunts all being homp. Mary Helen was home ,from Clarke college at Dubuque where she attends school, Mrs. Robert Schmidt was here from Cherokee and Mrs. William B. Hlggins had just returned from Monmouth, Oregon?, where she has been with her husband, Lieutenant H'ggins of the army. The other two children, Betty Ann and James, are still at home. there wefe Barracks, Mo., in the army son of Mf, son ui in.1, etui* *«.**». *••* j" S3L t brltz. He was graduated MM Si,; * Cecelia's academy in 1M1 and WnH* . school iWas a member of W '„ choir. He enlisted Stove«l* t in ber 20." Recently he ftftfl been ployed at the S. & Lv store artd dl the Richardson Harware. Art u the son of Mr. and Mrs. Swft«k Lundh. He was graduated Itt 1941 from the local high schftot Previous to being called he wall employed at Hood's. ' •Ml Anderson's ster. Mrs. Lynch wity leave for the latter part of the Phone 346-347 Three Deliveries Daily FRIDAY-SATURDAY SPECIALS in N. Africa for some _________ Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will, 'returned from Santa Ana, Calif., Saturday where ht. has been empoyed in defense work He enlisted in the Navy Cadets in October, 1942. He just received his call. He left Monday morning, Feb. 1st for St. Olaf's college at Northfleld, Minn.", where he will be schooled along ,that line. He Is 21 and the third oldest son of the Wills. Second (Feature \ Wm. Wright in »{L MAN'S WOBtD" Serial, "King of the Mounted" Bailey shelled corn on Chester Monday. Mrs. Cliff Aalfs and sons of Sioux City are expected Thursday of this week for a visit at the parental Chester Bailey home. 'Mrs. E. Stoffel of Plum Creek Mrs. Chas. Ulfers and Mrs. Ray Besch of Algona spent a couple of days last week helping Mrs. John Grandjennett do some quilting. Claire Wink'e who formerly farmed.just north of the Black Cat irr Union but later moved to a farm near Titonka is holding a closing out sale Wednesday, Feb. 10th and \vflll retire .'.f he cannot find a farm before March 1st. Mrs. George Boevers and Mr&. Will King were callers at Mrs. Louisa McNutts irr Algona last Friday. Mrs. McNutt 'a the oldest living club member of the Union Mothers and Daughters Club and has been a staunch and active member all her life. Verontea Gardner and Julia Taylor will be hostesses to the Union Mothers and Daughters club at the Floyd Gardner home Thursday, Feb. llth. The Orville Gardners are making preparations to move so that .'a why the meeting will be held at the Floyd Gardner home Instead of at her place. The program listed is <aa follows: Paper, Oil Bearing Crops, Katherlne Leason, Article, How Far Will Our Rubber Stretch, Marguerite Gardner, reading Beverly Turner. Mr. and Mrs. M. Laux to Observe Golden Wedding on Sunday Wesley: Open house will 'be held Sunday afternoon, 3 to 5, in the St. Joseph's church hall honoring Mr. and Mrs. M. Laux who on that day celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Special ceremony and blessing will be given the honored couple at the ten o'clock Mass. A three course dinner will be served to relatives in the church hall. Mr. and Mrs, Laux were married at Gilbert Feb. 6th in 1893. They Jived at Bancroft before coming to Wesley in- 1901. They have four daughters, Mrs. (Mae) August Garman, Mrs. (Ifate) Tony Seller, Mrs. (Clara) Henry Haverly and Mrs. (Emma) Erwin Olson, ail of Wesley, 30 grandchildren and two great grandchildren, Leila Wester, Wesley, Married in Nebraska Wesley: Leila, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Emil Wester was marriwi to Ismael Jordan at the St. James rectory, Fremont, Nebr., on Sept. 28th, 1949. ' Well* has been em-, ployed ax secretary to Professor Shearer of the Iowa State College the past ten years. Mr Jordan has attended -the IPWB, State College the past year and a half where he received ibis masters degree in August, He also had a fellowship. ^(Mr and Mrs. Jordan have gone to Gulf Port, AQestasippi, whex-e they faratty, ter tot ,..._ tog to Ms erfea, day. Mr. Herington week. Dwayne Lighter, flight officer in the army air force, is expected to arrive here Sunday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lighter. Dwayne is stationed at Topieka, Kansasj, and Ihe has a week's leave. Lieutenant and Mrs. John C. Evleth of Temple, Texas, are expected to arrive the first of next week for a visit with Mrs. Kvleth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morrison. Jefore their marriage last summer lira.- Evleth was .Lorraine; Morrison. Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Sharp are expected to arrive here for a week nd visit with friends Bill has ,. nine day leave from the navy. Mrs. Sharp is l.'.ving at Storm Lake with her mother for the duration and she is employed in a jewelry store. Ruth Carlisle, daughter of Sir. and Mrs. A. Carlisle, Whittemore, werrt to Onawa recently where she took up her duties as a teacher n the science department. She previously taught at Ocheydan. Her work is with the junior high school pupils. Lieutenant and Mrs. Ed Rlech- mond expect to leave soon for San Antonio, Texas, where he will be stationed. Mrs. Riechmond was Betty Merron until her recent mar- r'age. She is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller and has visited here frequently. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller returned Monday from (Hamilton, Ohio. Mrs. Miller has spent the past month there with her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Perry White. Mr. (Miller went to Hamilton over the week end to br'<ng his wife home. Mr. and Mrs. James Love and family arrived here Tuesday for a v.'slt with Mrs. Love's parenta, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Patterson. Mr. Love is a guard at the Ankeny Ordnance plant. He is a formor Advance employee. Mrs. Love is the former Wana Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Albright became the parents of a baby daughter born Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital. The baby we!«hed nine pounds. They have one other daughter and a son. Mr. Albright drives a creamery truck and Mrs. Albright is the former Margaret Dodds. Alf Kresensky, Jay Wimnier and S. L. Fenney went to Minneapolis the the owner of the Kresensky store, Mr, W>mmer manages the Woodward Co, and Mr. Fenney manages the Ben Frankl!« store. They all returned to Algona Wednesday eve ning. Meryl Voeman who is traveling with the wholesale clothing caravan, spent Tuesday and Wednesday Algona with his wife and family. The caravan is made up oj Wboesjalertf irepresntiatiVes who bring thejr merchandise to key cities to sell to save transportation facilities. The group Meryl is flies from city to city, »Ir. and Mrs. Charles Lehman and son, Tommy, returned to their hpme *<n Vinton Sunday after spend- NOW 1 Make Tidy House" W¥T " keeping Easier. BUY tidy house CLEANSER The 3-Way Cleaner Quicker—Goes Farther You'll love f he TALL OVAL, caty-to-hold can. AT ALL BETTER GROCERS Sunday where they attended markets. Mr. Kresensky is GOOD BUY Nearly new, all modern, up- to- date home, 6 rooms and bath, 3 bedrooms, all well insulated, forced air oil furnace, electric water heater,\heaits easily, oq- $60.00 a year,/rents for $35.00 per month—this will sell for IN* VESTMENT or HOME—price now $5,500.00. See JoelM. Herbst JLargie OXYDOL Large CHIPSO Lg. Jack Sprat CORN FLAKES CAMAY Fancy Bulk COOKIES Jack Sprat GELATINE Boneless Tender STEAK No. 2% can PUMPKIN Jack Sprat Macaroni and Spaghetti VDk&rs. ISfC NORTHERN TISSUE TOP PRICE PAID FOR EGGS ing several days here with Mr. parents and friends. Onarlle owns, a Ford garage at Vinton and for many years was a popular salesman with the Ken$ Motor Co. Mrs. Lehman, the former Audrey Fritz, •'was a teacher in the local schools. Bfr. and Mrs W»t*» *<»"* «* West &>s Angeles, California, are the parents of their first chf-ld, a son born Monday. The baby weighed seven sounds and he has been nanaed Watson James, Jr. Watson is employed a_t the Douglas Aircvtft W, a,nd was^recentty pro,- moted to lead man.'Mrs,. .... the fomer Afist SfeeMer »n4 teacher In the local school*. "FARM FIRES ARE FOOD SABOTAGE!" ANNOUNCING THE National Youth Safety Contest 600 $ AWARDS CASH or War Bonds Plus Ten County Prizes To Boys and Girls Every boy and girl between the ages of 14 to 21, or, in grades 7 to 12 is eligible to enter this interesting, profitable, educational contest! You are required to secure a Free Official Entry Blank from this Insurance ASSO* elation, then inspect two sets of buildings and write an essay on Fire Prevention, Today, in this total war FIRE 1$ WASTE— and WAST3! IS TAGE. You can do your part to prevent fires by entering this contest at once! The County Contest qloses June 1, and if you win you ay» eligible to compete for. $600 in State and National Prizes! Use the handy coupon below, Kossuth Co. Mutual Fire Ins. 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