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,tAtl1f 3, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA PAGE 8EVBM A T,OAV F Attorneya-at-Law ' MRS, MUSSMAN, 79, OF LAKOTA, DIES JANUARY 27 'Lakota, Feb. 1—Funeral services were held at the Methodist •church Sunday for Mrs. H. D. 'Mussrnan Sr., who died Thursday, •following a stroke suffered earlier •in the day at the home of her son Harry. iShe was Katherine Bloss and was born January 14, 1859, at Mendota, 111. Her parents moved to Dysart when she was young. She was married to Richard Mussman at Luzerne, la., December 8, 1881, and seven children were born, three of whom died in infancy. „ The Mussmans were residents of this locality more than 40 years, •having lived at Buffalo Center, jRake, and Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Mussman celebrated their golden •wedding at the Methodist church December 8, 1931. Mr. Mussman died last March. Mrs. Mussman left two sons, George, Ellsworth, Minn., and Harry, Lakota; also two daughters, Christena, who is Mrs. George' Kempf, Rlceville, and Rose, who is Mrs. Elmer Dows, C, It. KLAMP, Field Kepresentntlve We arrived at A. O. Valentine's, northwest of Burt, at chore time last week Monday. Mrs. Volentlne told us that she and her husband had recently attended her Uncle and Aunt A. W. Noah's golden wedding; near Nora Springs. There were five boys in Mr. Noah's father's family, but A. W. is the only one to celebrate a golden wedding. Three brothers are dead, and, the other brother lives In California. was born, and It was 26 below zero that day. This boy Was named after his grandfather, F. T. Lewis, and the same day happens to be President Roosevelt's birthday. * *• * N. W. Mart, nine mles north of Swea City, and one mile across into Minnesota, is a former lowan and will move back to Iowa March «*> •his etock shows good care. Ben manages to raise two kinds of cattle. He has a fine herd of Guern- seys which he milks and also has ,13 Hereford cows who raise feeder •calves for him. He now has eight •steers that he is feeding for the •market. * * * * P. A. Holcomb, northwest of Swea City, was cleaning out his chicken house Saturday when we arrived. He is always busy. The oldest boy was helping. There are 'four lads and two lasses in this family, but the oldest girl is married. * * * * At James P. Nyman's, west of Bancroft, we found J. P. helping Mrs. Nyman's with the washing •Saturday. They figured that It ..mi. day to wash. There are 1 to live at the south edge of Iowa two boys in this family, and the " . _ ......i.tmtivirvAttt/ii/l 11 a Virt-iirncj «r»iir trnln fT When we called last week Mon-1 acres, day on Earl Reed, northwest of Burt, we found Mr. and Mrs. Reed at home alone. As a rule, when we call, some of the children are there, and we have found them, good 'entertainers, but this time all were in school. This has been he place to find fine ducks, but . Lake, where he will Sheffield. One Sloss, lives- at brother, Pomona, Fred Calif, and ? <r«ejfriowa. State Bank ||i<Mfice60-J; Rea. SIS HEODOBE C. HtJTCmSOS ^ State iBank Bldg. Algona. lav* There are 11 grandchildren two great-grandchildren. Mrs. Mussman was a member of the local Methodist church, the Aid, and a charter member of the Eastern 'Stars at Buffalo Center, and she was"active in all of these organizations till recently, when her health began to fall. She celebrated her 79th birthday January >14 with a party at which 20 friends participated. Burial was made beside the husband In Maple Hill cemetery- Because of storm and bad roads many who had planned to attune the funeral were not.able to do so New Books for Library— Nineteen new books have been added to the local library recently. They include some of the best sellers of the day. Following Is the list: Home for Christmas, by Lfbyd Douglass; Etiquette, by Emily Post; The Rain Came, Louis Bromfield; Storm Girl, Lincoln; Tish Marches On, M. R. Rinehart; Truth to Tell, Rossman; Twenty- four Hours a Day, Faith Baldwin; Northwest Passage, Kenneth Roberts; You Can't Have Everything, Kathleen Norris; Prisoner of * * * * L. D. Musselman, 'farm 600 'younger told us he was now going |to school for his first year and said he liked to go. * * * * a bachelor, he Reeds did not raise any this eason, for Mrs. Reed was sick ast spring and could not look af- er the hatching. * * * * The J. H. HeetlandSj who live on the second farm south of Lakota, will move to Mrs. Heetland's father's farm at the west edge of La- iota on or about March 1. This Is A. F. Steinberg's farm, and A. F. will live with the Heetlands, Mis. Steinberg having died some months ago. All of the Heetland children were in school,, and it seemed lonesome to us, for the children are a lively set and WP always get a kick out of watching them. has moved to what Is called the Godfredson farm, southwest of Elmore. He was hauling corn to Elmore last week Wednesday, and it was the crop he bought when he moved to the -farm. L. D. came from the Goldfield neighborhood. * * * * We always like to visit E. B. LAST WEEK AT LONE ROCK B, W. Jeffries, five miles northwest of Swea City, moved there last March 1, coming from Plover. They like their new neighborhood. * * * * Friday we saw a number of * * * Herman F. Wirtjes, northwest of Lakota, was cleaning his barn when we saw him last week Monday. He will soon move to a place a few miles south from where he now lives. The new location is one of the Mrs. Hamilton •farms. Herman's brother Henry ow lives there, but will move to a arm he has bought, the first farm Jttlce Bldg. Algona, Iowa DQCTORS " Zenda, Brigand, Anthony Hope; White Edison Marshall; Ka- 'hyalclan and Surgeon Drug Store 300 326 YEB, M. D. Physician H|^g|(|lbraUh Block Iowl1 OLSON trina, Sally Salminen; Magnificent Hoax, Oppenheim; Longworthy Family, Elizabeth Corbett; Lost Horizon, James Hilton; Life With Mither, Clarence Day; I've Been to London, Temple Bailey. Perfect Attendance Record— The following school pupils had perfe'ct attendance for the semes ter just closed: First and' seconc grades: Vera May Harms, Delates Kienitz, Marvin Kienitz, Marylin Patty Murray, -Richard Ravn and Kenneth Kienitz; 3rd apd 4th Bobby Boese, Bernadine Gerzema Arnold • Boese, Judith Schroeder Betty Kienitz, Nylene Altizer Faustine Heetland, Doris Asmus sen, Benny Harms, and Elain Koppen; 5th and 6th, Ardis Boese-, Anna Marie A'bbas, Deloris Roelf- sema, Dorothy Schroeder, and Don Wortman; 7th and 8th, Dennis Murray, Dorothy Ukena, Bobby Beemer, Margaret Boese, Donald orth of Lakota on the Elmore oad. , * * * * We called last week Tuesday on Dittmer, northciast of Burt. He seems to get no older, and he always wears a smile. Last Thursday he told us about a trip to Brookings, S. D., where his son Watson is located. Watson told him that Russians had been in the state recently, buying all the white clover seed they could find, and had bought more than a million bushels. * * * * Howard L. Morton, northeast of Swea City, was doing his chores when we saw him Saturday. He has ten dandy cows and a purebred Black Angus bull. He intends to raise beef calves. Howard says he likes farming. He was brought up at Des Moines, was a paper-carrier, and learned how to Work. The good fresh air in north'west is fine for him. # * * * Mrs. Margaret Looft, who formerly lived southwest of Ledyard where her son Albert now lives, is now at Swea City, where she owns a good home. We always enjoy a visit with her. This time she told meadow larks. We have seen these birds almost every day along the highway. At first wo thought; •we were seeing things, but as •proof that they are here Mrs. Gail •Towne said she had been to Whlt- •temore with Mr. Towne and had Iso seen meadow larks. We have, icsides, seen starlings, which are ilack in color, and some people ake them for blackbirds. Mrs. Andrew Thomsen returned Thursday from a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. G. H. Doty, Tripoli. Burdell and Keith Roberts, Moravia, spent Thursday and Friday visiting the Wendell Roberts family at Harry Hobson's. The D. T. Hobsons, Burt, spent Thursday afternoon there. Mrs. Alex Krueger and Lucille Genrlch attended the funeral of Howard Vinson, Algona, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and Mrs. Alex Krueger attended a home project committee meeting at Mrs. A. L. Brown's, Algona, Monday afternoon. Beulah Gladstone and Adelaide Harung, Swea City teachers, spent the week-end at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone's. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Ringsted, were Sunday afternoon visitors at Eugene Pearson's and Mrs. John Dempsey's. Everett Hanna accompanied two Thursday with her mother, Mrs. H. J. Bacon, Algona, The Mother's club will meet next week Wednesday with Mre. N. L. Cotton. The Rudolph Tietz family, Algona, moved last week to the farm vacated by the Walter Peters family. The Merle Culbertsons spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. August Meyers, Fenton. 'Mrs. Donald Marlow, who has been assisting at Frank Householder's, returned to her home at Algona last week. BD. PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Office January 24th, 1938 Board of Supervisors mot pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Morris and second by Cosgrove that the following wage scale of County Employees for the year of 1938 be approved as follows: Bankers Life Farm Loans Low rate, long time funds from an IOWA COMPANY. See me for prompt closing, no commission. EDWARD CAl'KSIUS Helse Bldg. Algona, Iowa I HIDES We Always pay top market price for hides. Joe Greenber? J M. Patterson, six miles south of Algona, and had a fine visit with him and his wife. It was a little mUthat day, but you will see J. \t. in Algona daily, hot, cold, or vindy, for he brings the milk rom his No. 1 dairy herd to the creamery every morning. His cat- Lotts Creek •le are Holsteins. * « * * When we stopped last week Wednesday at Jay Taylor's, northeast' of Elmore briefly, and we found that Jay had come out to .us about her school days.' She was educated in Germany and had a .very strict teacher. When examination time came her class al ways passed and then had a frei day Mrs. Looft is one of the old timers in the North End. There | are six boys and three girls in ,her family, and the boys that we •know are all a Jolly bunch. * * * * v> T When we called Friday at P. J- Helmka's, south of Swea City, Mrs. Helmka told us she was a grand- Lorena Liesener, Austin, Minn., las been spending a few days icre. The George Wichtendah'ls, West Bend, were Friday afternoon visitors at the Otto and Wilmar Wichtendahl homes. Martin Dreyer, Algona, has moved to the Rahn farm, formerly occupied by the Henry Wieners. Mrs. Herman Reisener and Mrs. John Schallin were helping Mrs. Emil Laabs last week. Butchering was going on. Mrs. Laabs is confined to bed for several weeks. Mrs. Henry Meyer, who had been visiting at her daughter, Mrs Peters', pastor's wife at Breakenridge, Okla., since August, has returned to her son M. F. Meyer's anic GO per hour Patrol Labor 35 per hour Rxtra Help 30 per hour Jol:n Hanselman, head mechanic 65 per hour .50 per mile be paid for road dragging with four horses: .50 per hour for man and team, with lOc per hour for each additional horse. Ayes: all. Motion by Fraser and second by Morris thjit the following salaries for 1938 be approved: , G. S. Pearson $110.00 L. J. Immerfall 110.00 Tohn Bestenlehner 70.00 Karl F. Griffith 110.00 Francis Duffy 95.00 Alma Pearson 105.00 Imelda Dooley 105.00 Arthur Copley 110.00 here. Parish night was observed in ;et the mail, so we had only a sen ima now, for her son Arthur Glaus,l\J TV | iVJl i*w» »"-— g _ and his wife have a new gin, the Lutheran school basement Friday evening, and 500 was played it seven tables. Nick Gengler won high for men; Mrs. Otto Ruhuke, ligh for women; Mrs. Arthur Rusch, travel. Lutheran Aid members were at Mrs. Herman Mittag's last week Wednesday to do quilting. carloads of sheep, and Alex Radig Patrol Foreman ?.40 per hour accompanied a carload of cattle to Harry Heimke, mech- Chlcago Saturday evening, Muriel Long and Hiram Acka:- man made a business trip to Mason City Friday. Mrs. Bernard O'Donncll and son roturned from the Wohnke hospital Bancroft, last week. Blanche Henriksen spent tlie wenk-end at her home at Ott >sr>u. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, Mrs. Frank Householder and son, and Mrs. Calvin Householder and son Joe spent Friday at C. E. Sigs- >ee's, Burt. Katherine Stebritz, accompanied by Leona and Bertha Schiltz, of Bancroft, were last Thursday dinner guests at Milton Marlow's, south of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstlch attended the annual creamery meeting at Burt Saturday at which Governor Kraschel spoke. Harold Krueger left last week to assist at Charles Theesfield's at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit and daughter Marjorie made a business trip to Clear Lake Saturday. Many from here attended the funeral of John Kline at Bancroft last week Wednesday. Mrs. Lillian Worthington has eft for a visit with the Harley 01- ons, at Elwood, 111. She will also risit other relatives. Mrs. I. W. Nelson spent last 250.00 155.00 80.00 2.50 Mary K. Sands ...: 95.00 Rosella Voigt 70.00 Ayes: all. On motion Board adjourned "Sine H. M. Smith Don Nugent Archie Halnes Extra Help, per day Die." B. S. KINSEY. County Auditor. Cash Paid F?r Cream Open all day Saturday and Saturday night. ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY aononnnnpnp I The Algona Auction Co. iCL L"« ll-ll**»J "** '* w —— • " , , V3V>11 «»»»»* •».— -- •l_»i«wr» short visit with him. He said , born December 26, just four hours members of the family; including , too late to be a Christmas baDy. himself, were having the flu. He , Mrs . Helmka's first husband is believes that changeable weather dead- Tne Helmkas have three had something to do with the pre- lglrls> one mar ried, living at ues valence of this sickness In winter. Mo i n es, 'and two at home who go Jay he had stayed in for two school at Swea City. The days and was feeling some better. He i mke s own the 160-acre farm Jay's neighbor, Louis Gremmel- , w h e re they live, and they l>ou 0 m. mann, was installing a hot water llt - 18 years ago, paying $260 an tank in the bathroom at the house. acre . They know how to manage Louis has rebuilt his house and or tney WO uld never have kept tne has it modern. He has two.press- f(l rm. Many thousands of others ure tanks, one for soft water, the , who bought at the high war prices •>--•-- * -*-- —' carried banks Store. ilij!»UBttess, 166; Res., -78S I° wa AlRATH, D. D. S. ^ Dentistry Igfepstoffice Block. . SssaSK- Algona, lown HOFFMAN Kienitz, Wirtjes. Gladys Sheldon, Irene tn'Mew Helse Bldg. ** 44, res. 116. a, Iowa ,,'l33. res. 174. went broke and down with them. * * * * Last Saturday we called on Ar- Portland A meeting was held Saturday at Mrs. Jerry Heetland's, Lakota, to plan the dinner menu, decide on a place, and appoint committees for the annual Home Project Achieve ment day. Attending were Mesdames J. H. Holcomb, J. E. Tel camp, Ledyard twp.; G. G. Peffer C. C. Inman, Greenwood Seneca INSURANCE PAG1I & SON Real Estate and Bonds Phone 106 ToieVs Worth in PC HEAL ESTATE MD INSURANCE LfM. HEBBST '.State Ilk. Phone »3 ona, Iowa Farm Bureau Women Meet— A woman's 'Home Project meeting for the north half of the •county was held at Mrs. Jerry Heetland's Saturday afternoon, with Mrs. Heetland and Lucile 'Pepocji, H. D. A., in charge. Eight townsliips sent representatives, and the county publicity chairman, Mrs. Martin Becker, of Port•land township, was also present •Plans for county Achievement day •were discussed, and a tentative •date in the first week in -April was decided upon. Another raeetlng, for the women of the south half of the county, was held at Algona Monday. Little Girl is 11; Parties— ' Gretchen Rippentrop celebrated her llth birthday Friday, with the •Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Telcamp, Mr. and Mrs. Cort Rippentrap, the Alvin Rippentrops, and' the George En- nens as guests. 'Saturday' afternoon the Rhythm club msmbers were Gretchen's guests In honor of the event, with 18 present. man, _. , twp.; Geo. Haines, Arthur E. Anderson, Swea twp.; H. E. Ditsworth R. I. Anderson, Grant twp.; M L. Bilsborough, Edwi Zwiefel, Buffalo tw.p; Lou Nitz, Lincoln twp • S. E. Uhr, Harrison twp.; Tohn A. Sleper, German twp.; Martin Becker, Portland It was son, j decided to have it at Burt AprllJ. north. W. A. said he had figured Rona f d f^now'seven months old ! L uciHe Pepjoon, Heetland" Trved on quitting farming and had inves- Thls good baby has a sm e for e a, ana ^ meeting was tigated a little about going into ^eryone and is a sweet chid The hinch ^£™™ rnoon at Mrs . A . business, but after looking the 'Petersons also have a daughter held Monaay a ^ business over he decided farming , Tan Marie, now seven. They live L. Browns, Algona, iu The boys' basketball team met the Ledyard boys at Algona in the annual county tournament Friday evening and were defeated. Seneca /will now play Fenton this week Friday evening. The Carl Van Alstines, near Elmore, were supper guests at Sheldon Merrill's Friday evening. Avis Byers, taking nurses' training at St. Paul, spent several days last week with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Loren Byers, who are going to move. Wesley Patterson, student at the Teachers college, spent the week end at the .parentai 0. R. Patter son's. other for hard water. * * * * We had a visit at W. A. Hooper's, northwest of Elmore, last _„ week Wednesday. These folks , tnur Peterson, four miles north- are former Iowa people, but they west of Swea City. Mrs. Peterson like it where they live in Minne- , said s h e had been invited to a sota They moved from the farm shower at a near neighbor s. Art where they did live about one mile was playing with his little ~™ THE COURTHOUSE REPORTER published by the Advance, give liens filed in the county recorder' office. Every business establish ment should be a subscriber. tf We arc here to serre both the seller and buyer at our pavilion In Algona every Saturday. Saturday, February 5 Don't forget we sell anything that you have to sell every Saturday by the head or weight. Our place is packed with buyers, and all stock is demanding good prices. So don't forget to get your stock in, as you -will get the best cash price. We have listed for our horse sale this Saturday about 20 head of horses, including one young team, black and iron gray, broke; bay gelding coming 2-year-old, broke; one sorrel colt, extra good; one bay fall colt; one black pair geldings, weighing 3200, smooth mouth. We will sell these horses as they are listed in, so get them listed in early. We are going to start at 12:80 and sell what small stuff came in, and start on stock at 1:30. Bring any kind of stock, as we will have all kinds of buyers here. Don't forget—every Saturday we will have a repair man for all makes of separators. We also handle the complete line of Massey-Harris machinery. Don't forget to look this Twin Power Bow Crop Tractor over. Will handle 82-in. sop. and 3 14-in. plows. Open every day. Sale barn phone 77 or residence 3F22. Start on-stock at 1:30. TEEMS—Cash. No property removed until settled for. C. O. RIDDLE & SON Operators and Auctioneers. was best. * » * • We had a visit recently with City. The , of 160 Hugh Lewis, southwest of Lakota, acres- and he. remarked about the fine weather we had had, so different, from two years ago. It will be, W e always call at morning chore- two years January 30 since the \ time at his place. He'has a lot of little Lewis son Frank Thomas chores, and he does them well, for * * * * Ben Bahling, west, of Burt, says Letha Mann and Leroy .Lee were Sunday evening visitors at W. M. Rich's, Algona, having accompanied Lois Mann that far on her way to Fort Dodge. 3illllllll!!ll!llllllll IIIIUIIIIIIJIIIH See PAXSON veiling, Household Jiitomobile Insurance. it your policy for of- when insurance Ledyard Youth is Dead- Claude Reese, son of Mr. and gRiyABlANS , W, FOX WINKEL terlnarians ,te Street, Algona 9, 475-W; Res., 47H» IUBANCE , I'CE ASSOCIATION' ijrth of insurance In ne company. Safe, 96- j-D, Paxson, Secretarj REPAIBIN6 ,., SHOE SHO? Stained and f Repaired, * • - Iow» Horse Sense! Closing-Out I, MEYER, D.O- PECIAMST ,, of Kectjip Bse YjeJus blocks south of' g_e, in to.e General , JOW4 Mrs. Pate Reese in Springfield township, died at a hospital at Mankato Sunday. He was about 26 years old and had been sick only three weeks. He was taken to the hospital, where two operations were performed, the first for appendicitis, the second for obstruction of the bowels. / giber Wedding for'lfitzes— A family dinner in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. t — ind Mrs. Lou Nitz was held at Ralph Clark's, Lakota, Sunday, and fifty relatives were present. The honorees were presented with a purse. Mrs. Clark ds a sister of Mr. Nitz. The Nitzes live in Lincoln township, near the Hebron and jedyard township, lines. Worleys to Mason City— , Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley, who had been residents of. Lakota 15 years, moved to Mason City Saturday .taking their household goods via truck. The Ray Hertzkes moved into the Altizer house, vacated by the Worleys. Mr. and Mre. Alfred O'Keefe, who own the house vacated by the Hertzkes, wil 1 move lnto.it March 1. ! Other Lakota News* | Four neighbor, "families held i get-together Sunday at Jerry .Heetland's. Besides the Heatlands those present were the Vance Lesters, the George. Ennens, and th 'Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frerking. Seventeen Presbyterian youn people attended.an intwdsnomin rally at Burt *pt wee evening and report Now Your Horses Are Pretty Smart Animals PublicSale • As I am going to quit farming and will engage in another line of business, I will offer at a closing out sale at the Thilges Bros, farm 2 miles north and 1% west of Lu Verne, and 2 miles east and 3 miles south of Galbraith, and 5 miles east and 1^ miles north of St. Joe, on ^g^ic;^?-^:^^!;*- fc*=- ; . *;'•'' Thursday, Feb. 1O COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUND Head of Horses But even so you can't expect the auctioneer to get || any bids out of them at your farm sale. Not by a s long shot. Es And no matter how good your horses are, the thing s| that's going to" make them bring full value — along =£ with the pigs and the chickens—is a whooping big S crowd on sale day. • 5 There's just pne way to assure that—by telling the s buyers in Kossuth and adjoining counties about your = sale in the Kfossuth County Advance, the "farm sale S newspaper." 55 Through the, Advance your ad goes into 3,300 homes, ^ most of them in or adjacent to Kossuth county. =j As soon as you know you are going to have a farm :J| sale, let us know. We will list it in our farm sale p dates and make every effort to protect your date. | ^ Consisting of one roan mare 12 years old, wt. about 1400, and in foal; team of well-matched Spotted Arabians, one a mare and one a gelding, wt. about 1300, 5 and 12 yrs. old; bay gelding coming 3 years old, wt. about 1500; sorrel gelding coming 3 yrs. old, wt. about 1500; blue roan mare coining 2 yrs. old, wt. about 1200; blue roan gelding coming 2 years old, wt. about 1200; two coming yearling colts. These horses are all in good condition. 8 . Head of Cattle 8 Consisting of 3 milch cows^ two yearling heifers, and 3 last summer calves. 3 Good Ewes Farm Machinery, Etc. John Deere model B tractorJn A-l shape; Tractor John Deere corn plow; Tractor 12-inch 2-bottom stubble plow; John Deere 10-ft. disc; Moline 10-ft, disc; 38-ft. grain elevator, Farmers Friend, with hoist and horse power; Deering binder; Deering mower; International corn, planter, with 120 rods of wire; John Deere endgate seeder, with grass seed attachment; some soy beans and some hay in the barn. Wagon and hay rack; 2 wagon boxes 10-ft. hay rake; 4-sec. drag; 2 sets of breeching harness; six collars; fly nets; Iowa Cream separator; 2 good hog troughs; 2-wheel trailer; 2 oil barrels and a lot of other stuff too numerous to mention. , ^ NICHOLS & SHEPAED AULTMAN TAILOJt THBESHEB, WITH NEW PBIYE BELT TERMS-^Cash, or make arrangements with your banker. No property removed until settled for. Henry Loerwald, Prop ,-~t l i <*'iS CQLWELL BROS., JOWA STATE

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