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THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1929.
Loy Pell was in
ui-day and Sunday
Omaha last Sat
where lie found
the lolks had all been having the flu
but -were better and about over the
Miss Gussie Robb, postmistress,
v.as a visitor in Omaha over the
week end, guest at the George Suites
home. She attended services there
at the Episcopal church last Sunday.
Harry Speck, who formerly worked
in Union, has accepted employment
on the river work and started last
Monday. He is making his home
with the family of A. L. Becker and
w i f e.
Mrs. Edward Everett of Flatts
mouth was visiting in Union over the
week end. guest with her mother,
Mrs. George Hastings, coming last
Friday and remaining until Monday
when she returned to Plattsmouth.
Mrs. Ross Niday, who is discon-
tinuine farming, held her farm sale i
last Monday, January 23. A large
crowd attended and things wont at
a good figure despite the bad weath
er. The ladies' aid of the Union Bap
tist church served lunch.
Mrs. Roy Becker who has b-een at
the hospital in Omaha for the past
more than Fix weeks was so far ad
vanced ni her recovery that it was
advised that she could return home
and Mr. Becker brought her home
where she can have the very best of
Mrs. Charles Land and little
daughter, Nancy Jane was taken to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
Watkins. parents of Mrs. Lard, last
Thursday where they visited for the
remainder of the week and Sunday
Mr. Land driving Up Monday for
the wife and little daughter.
To Remain in Business.
The report which has been circu
lated to the effect that Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Griffin had purchased the D. B.
Porter place west of Union, i3 an
error. He has rented the place and
he has not disposed of his produce
business as was reported, but will
continue to conduct the station.
Sells His Milk Business.
"Curley" Hathaway, who some
time ago entered the business of col
lecting cream and milk in ttis local
ity and delivering the same to Om
aha, in face of so steady and hard
work found his health failing and
has disposed of his business .to. J. L.
Severs who is to move to Union when
lie gets a house to reside in. Just
now he and the family are residing
east of Union in a small house of
Mr. Hathaway is taking a rest and
undergoing medical attention to gain
back his health.
Has Exciting Experience.
Late last week while Mr. and Mrs.
A. D. Crunk were in Nebraska City,
Mrs. Crunk having just alighted
frcm their auto and Mr. Crunk was
driving to a sale which vi.s in pro
gress, when a car coming from a
ride street struck his car, turning
it over one and a half times, leaving
it on its back with Mr. Crunk still
in the car endeavoring to check
the onward plunge of both cars, even
with his head down and his feet up.
The H. H. Becker Blacksmith Shop
is working every day. No job too
small cr too large for us. Experi
ence and satisfied customers cur best
recommendations. I have Elmer
Campbell, for many years a work
man in this line, in chnrge. Your
patronage invited before the rush.
H. H. BECKER, Union
STAR ON SKIS!
Smooth roin; ma.k him a star
performer on skis. Smooth going
across your chin makes super-keen
Star Single-edge luaaes nar
psnormers on your wc .
Famous since 188C. f , V-
Fortunate was Mr. Crunk .that he
was not seriously injured or even
killed. The car was almost totally
ruined, but Mr. Crunk escaped with
Enjoyed Dinner at Plattsmouth.
Mrs. Vesta Clark, who is making
her home with Mrs. Jennie Frans,
was guest at the homeo f her daugh
ter, Mrs. Edgar Newton and husband
last Sunday for the day and dinner.
She was accompanied by her daugh
ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Rutledge where all enjoyed a very
pleasant day and an excellent dinner.
Had to Miss School.
Miss Junior Armstrong, teacher. of
the school known as the Buck school
northwest of Murray, has been in
hard straights, having a sprained
wrist and as well the pink eye which
caused her to give the school children
a vacation until such a time as she
may recover from her ailments and
be able to return to work.
Visited Sister Here.
Miss Ethel Osborne, sister of Mrs.
II. W. Griffin, making her home at
Flairplay, Mo., was gueet at the Grif
fin home from Thursday of last week
until Monday of this week. She de
parted last Monday for her home
after a very pleasant visit.. She was
taken to Nebraska City to catch her
bus by Mr. and Mrs. Lester Griffin-
Junior Class Play.
The junior class of the Union high
tchool will give their class play.
"Laugh Clown" a comedy cf mirth,
at the Union high school Friday eve
ning, January 27th. Thi3 play was
po?tponed on account of the alter
ing of the hall and now is to be pre
sented. Notified the Wolves.
The wolves in this vicinity have
been very bad in their attacks on
the hen roosts and pig stys and to rid
the country of the pest, a wolf hunt
was organized, and bills posted for
the hunt which was last Sunday.
Somebody put the wolves wise to the
proposed chase as they were all away
from home, for not a single wolf was
home when the company came. No
one got a shot at a wolf. Too bad,
but such are the facts.
Won Over Avoca.
The Union basketball teams of
the high school went to Avoca last
week. The result of the first team
game was Uniorv 33, Avoca 31.
Visited in Lincoln.
Mr. and Mr?. Banning went to
Lincoln last Thursday and remained
until Tuesday of this week. They
were attending a farm work meet
ing in the big city.
ONIONS URGED FOR E ABIES
MELBOURNE, Australia (UP)
A diet of meat ard onions for babies
is beintr advocated bv the city health
officer. He declared there is too much
sentimental attitude toward babyV
milk diet and quoted before the city
council English authorities who state
that a si::-month old baby can safely
bs fed meat and vegetables.
SOAP-BOX EERBY DOWN UNDER
PROSPECT. N. S. W. (UP) Be
tween 7,000 and 8. 000 people lined
half a mile of road here to see 125
boy3 contest Australia's first "soap
box derby." Twenty miles an hour
was easy even for the slowest of the
DINERS ANGLE FOR TROUT
SEATTLE (UP) You can catch
your own trout for dinner in a
Seattle restaurant. The trout swim
in a pool in the center of the dining
room. A waiter will supply a rod for
diners who want to angle for their
THE AWFUL PRICE YOU
PAY FOR BEING
Quivering nerves can make yon old and
haggard looking, cranky and hard to live
with can keep you awake nights and
rob you of good health, good tunes and
What you may need is a particularly
rood woman's tonic and could you ask .
Tnr nvthinff whose benefits are better
proved than famous lyoia t. rinanam s
Vornhln Compound? Let its whole
some herbs and roots help Nature build
up more physical resistance and thus help
calm your shrieking nerves, gjve more
energy and make life worth living sgain.
More than a million women have re
ported benefit why not let Pinkham's
Compound help YOU, too, to go "smil-
inf thru" tryin j times like it Es other
grsteful women for the past 3 genera
tions? IT MUST BE GOOD!
Mrs. L. R. Wiseman entertained j
the No-Name club at her home
me i,u--oix.c v
Idle-A-Wile members were enter -
tained Thursday afternoon by Mrs.
L. H. Behrens at her home.
Mrs. James Kivett was hostess to
the "500 Club" Thursday afternoon,
when twelve guests were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Spohn, of
Lincoln, were guests of Mr. Spohn's
parents, Mr, and Mrs. George Spohn,
Charles Hula of Plattsmouth was
a visitor in Weeping Water last
Tuesday and was looking after busi
ness matters while here.
Sam Baker and his force of men
have been taking advantage of this
fine weather and have been putting
a new roof on the M. E. church.
Mrs. Edward Dowler was hostess
to her bridge club, "The Knicker
bockers," at Hotel Rest Haven Wed
nesday evening. Twelve guests vere
Elizabeth chapter O. E. S. Kensing
ton was entertained at the home of
Mrs. G. R. Binger Tuesday after
noon, with Mrs. A. H. Jones as as
Guy Hopkins and wife are having
their heme in Weeping Water re
modeled and changed to better suit
their desires. The work is being
done by Ross Dennis.
Members of the Archer Petroleum
corporation of Cass county nau a.
dinner and meeting at Hotel Rest
Haven Thursday evening. Represen
tatives were present from Omaha.
Mrs. Amanda McDonald, of Om
aha, was a visitor at the home of
Mrs. Floyd Hite Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. McDonald is demon
strator for the Nebraska Power Co.
Miss Agnes Rough was entertain
ing the Friendly Ladies at the Rest
Haven hotel last Wednesday evening
where the eight ladies enjoyed a
fine afternoon and supper in the eve
ning. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Keckler, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Rauth and Mr. and
Mrs. John Rauth attended the fun
eral of Mrs. Frank Stander, in Om
aha Friday. Mrs. Stander was a sis
ter of Mr. John Rauth.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Murdock have
been very sick at their home near
Weeping Water, so ill that they were
both kept to their beds and the work
and care for them had to go to other
members of the household.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Keckler, Mr.
and Mrs. 'Herman Rauth," Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hawes. Mr. and Mrs.
John Carper and Mr. and Mrs. Edw.
Murphey, of Lincoln, motored to Om
aha Sunday and spent the day with
Mr. and Mrs. Will Carper.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Poynter was made happy last Sun
day when the stork left them a fine
baby-girl weight eight and a half
pounds. At Murray there was equal
ly as much jcy at the home of .Mr.
and Mrs. Arch Poynter, parents of
Entertained Star Kensington.
Mesdamos G. R. Pingcr and A. H.
Jones at the home of the former en
tertained the members of the Weep
ing Water Order of Eastern Star ken
cington Tuesday afternoon. An ap
propriate program was given, with
a social hour and a very fine lunch
con served by the hostesses. Many
were over from Murdock to attend
the pleasant gathering.
John Ah rends Very Poorly.
John Ahrends, 18, a stalwart
young man with a powerful frame
and hustling specimnn of manhood,
v.as stricken with an attack of the
mumps, which caused this young
man to become very ill and to add to
this he was taken with scarlet fever.
The two combined sapped the
strength of the young man. The par
ents could not give him the needed
attention he needed as they were
both down in bed with illness them
relvcs. Many reports circulated s
Relieve Their DISTRESS
This Easy, Quick Way!
To bring Epeedy relief from the discom
fort of chest colds, muscular rheumatic
aches and pains due to colds you need
more than "just a salve" use a stimu
lating counter-irritant' like good old
warming, soothing Musterole. It pene
trates the Burf ace skin breaking up local
congestion and pain resulting from colds.
Even better than a mustard plaster
Musterole has been used by millions for
over 30 years. Recommended by many
doctors and nurses. Ia three strengths:
Regular, Children's, (mild) and Extra
Strong, 40. Approved by Good House
keeping Bureau. All druggists.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
to the passing of the young man
which were false. When it was found
so that he could not receive adequate
care and nursing the young man was
i i. niha hn'cnitnl fnr rarp
, nd Jg shov.ing 6Hgbt lmprove-
Pussy and Her Corner.
Albert Strongboge, who maintain
ed a workshop just across the alley
north of the blacksmith shop, has
moved to the country and will main
tain his work shop there. This for
mer workshop has been taken over by
Albert Tuck who has been located
one block south, across the alley
from tho Fred Allen store, with his
garage, which leaves a place for
Frank Elgaard who has been farm
ing south of Avoca, who is now en
gaging in the garage business.
Moves Eack to Own Home.
Owen Willis and family have been
farming and keeping house for Del
bcrt Munn for some time and as his
sister living away from here came
to visit with the brother, evinced
a desire to keep house for him, a
way v.as provided and Mr. and Mrs.
Willis moved back to their home and
farm just north of town.
To Drive to the Coast.
Mrs. John Riggin of Los Angeles
came east, to visit friends in Lincoln
and after visiting there for a time
came to Weeping Water and made
the purchase of a new Ford V-8 and
secured Clarence DeVore to drive it
to Los Angeles, stopping at Lincoln
to pick up two of the friends. They
started last Sunday morning and ex
pected to be on the coast by Wednes
Visited With Friends Here.
Mrs. Rachel Noyes, former resi
dent of Weeping Water and Louis
ville, bur. has been making her home
at Fort Collins for more than a
score of years, arrived in Weeping
Water last week and has been visit- j of their friends there to help them
ing friends and relatives here and j celebrate the occasion. The rooms
at other points in the county. Mrs. j were decorated with yellow snap
Ncyes was guest at' the homes of j dragons, and a most delightful even-
Wm. Van Every, Mrs. Joan Carter
and Eugene Colbert here and with
friends at Manley where she has a
brother, Wm. Otte and as well with a
number of friend3 in and about
Louisville where she has a brother-in-law,
R. J. Noyes.
To Join U. S. Navy.
Joseph Francis Freeman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Freeman of
Weeping Water and George Otto who
has been a member of the Weeping
Water CCC camp here went to Om
aha last Tuesday where they were to
take a physical examination after
which they proceeded on to the Great
Lakes training station.near Chicago.
Sixteen friends of Mrs. M. C.
Elaikie gathered at the home of
her son, Harold Blaikie, Saturday
afternoon to help her celebrate her
eightieth birthday. The first part of
the afternoon took the form of a
radio program, with Mrs. Blaikie as
"Prof. Quiz" and she proved to have
a ready answer to all questions which
were asked. This was followed' by
contests fo skill with the game of
Chinese checkers, after which Mrs.
Harold Blaikie served a most appe
Guests at Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hitchnian
Wolcott (Josephine Harrow), who
were married January 17, at Lin
coln, were -the guests of honor at a
delightful dinner, followed by a mis
cellaneous shower, given by Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Gibson and Mr. and Mrs.
Harley Thurslund at the Gibson home
Sunday ebening with twenty guests
Little Richard Gibson, dressed as
"cupid" presented the guests of
honor with Cupid's Diary containing
direction for finding the girts, which
which were hidden in different parts
of the house.
Enjoy Birthday Party.
Gardner StecKley had a tenth
birthday Saturday, and his mother,
Mrs. E. G. Steckley had invited ten
beys to spend the afternoon with
him to enjoy hi3 birthday with him.
They all enjoyed a happy afternoon
playing Chinese checkers, levicon
and other games, after which Mrs.
Steckley brought in a beautiful
You needn't grin and
cold. Get Smith Bros.
only drops "containing VITAMIN A
of the mucous
Tiiptv) and throat
birthday cake, which was enjoyed
by the boys. This was accompanied
by cake and sandwiches. It was a
happy occasion for all present, and a
day which Gardner will always remember.
Enjoyed Card Party Friday.
Friday of this week the members
of the Daughters of Rebekah were
gathered at their hall where they
enjoyed a pleasant evening playing
cards as well as a social time and a
Anniversary of Fire.
January 22 was the anniversary
of the disastrous fire which wiped
out five of Weeping Water's business
building, and which for a while
threatened the major portion of the
business part of town. One year ago
this week was one of the most dis
couraging weeks that Weeping Wa
ter ever knew. There were pessi
mists who croaked, "Well Weeping
Water is done for. They never will
rebuild any of those buildings: Those
business men are licked this time."
But Weeping Water citizens have re
built, and they have stayed in busi
ness. Three new buildings have
'been built cn Main street, and others
have been repaired and repainted.
The new publi cschool building is
being built as rapidly as workmen
can do the work. The new Fair and
City Auditorium will soon be a thing
of reality. The excavation is finish
ed and Mr. Lean, superintendent of
the building is on hand to see that
jthe work is rushed as rapidly as pos-
siblc. The highway, leading south
outo f town, has been oiled, a new
sewerage system received the vote
of the people, and is now awaiting
the government sanction.
Fifty Years Married Life.
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
George 11. Olive celebrated their fif
tieth wedding anniversary at their
home in Weeping Water, with thirty
ing was spent with ice cream and
portions of a beautiful wedding cake
which was presented by the Omar
Baking company, served to the guests
late in the evening. Mr. and Mrs.
J. I. Corley were the only guests
present who were at the wedding
which took plate at the Cromwell
hotel January 24..1SS9. In her happy
way, Mrs. Corley told of her ac
quaintance with Mr. and Mrs. Olive
through the years, bringing into her
tcik many happy and amusing events
cf the past fifty years.
Edith Definbaugh and George H.
Olive were married January 24,
1SS9, and have made their home in
Weeping Water continuously since
that time. Mr. Olive came to Weep
ing Water in March. 1SS5, to assist
U. K. Keithley in the Kepuniican oi-
fiee, having learned the printer's
trade in the office of the Indianola
Herald, at Indianola, Iowa.
For seventeen years he was con
nected with the Republican office,
and then he started the Weeping
YVater Herald, of which he was the
owner and editor for five years, un
til it was consolidated with the Re
publican. After that he served as
rr.Qtmatr fnr eierht vears. When
his term as postmaster expired, he
purchased the confectionery store and
ice cream parlor from John T. Cro
zier and continued in that business
for twenty-two years, retiring two
and a half years ago, to enjoy a
much needed rest.
Like others, they saw happy days
and those in which trouble and sick
ness were mingled.
Mr. and Mrs. Olive have always
taken an active part in the commun
ity activities of all kinds. Their
home has always been open to their
friends for social activities. Mrs.
Olive is active in social clubs and
their social activities keep them
from growing old. We congratulate
this happy couple on their fiftieth
anniversary, and wish them many
more happy years in the future.
TREAD GIFT FROM AFAR
STERLING, Kas. (UP) A. L. Ja
;obson. manager of the Sterling mill,
received a gift, a package of short
bread, from the mill's most distant
customer. The package was; sent
from Glasgow, Scotland.
bear a cough due to a
Cough Drops! Just 51
r.nMrh Drcns zre the
membranes of the nose pWtjQ.
to cold iniecuons. ifiW
Charles M. Read was called to
Weeping Water Mondav of this week
where he had some business matters
to look after.
Cyrus A. Tyson of Omaha has
been a guest at the home of his
hint her Dr. 11. W. Teon for a
;number of daVb
A. D. Crun't of sruth of Union j
was a visitor in Murray last Monday
morning, also visiting at the home
at Mr. and Mrs. Font T. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fitch with
thtir daughter Mis3 Josephine and
son Elmer from over near
were visiting at the home
Mrs. Earl Merritt.
The next meeting cf the Murray
Social club v. ill be held at the home
f Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mmford where
3 fine program will bo given, and it
'.s urged that every member be ia
Mr. and Mis. George E. Nkkles
i fimi.na la?t t'.crdav after-1
r.oon, guests ct the home of Mr. and
T.(rB rhPBtPr Ph racier, and as well
were visiting a sister of Mrs.. Nickles,
Mrs. Bertha Ki.rader.
Tomray Watson who has been on ins been brought home he was taken
the entertaining staff of KFAB has! back to the hospital in Omaha whir
been engaged on a broadcasting sta- he ic; being cared for.
tion at Springfield, Mo., and depart-
od fcr that place Sunday night where
he immediately goes to work.
The funeral of the late
Sarah Young was delayed for a few j making her home at the Nebraska
days as the friends were awaiting j Masonic Home at Plattsmouth. har,
the arrival of relatives from Cali-lbeen troubled with her tonsils for
fornia. Mrs. Crissy Perry being away boms time and to avoid the annoy
out there and was hastening home. Jance took a ten day vacation and -
Mesdames C. S. Sherman ana Loisiir-g to uie mime ui mr imien.s m-.w
Troon, both of Lincoln were visit- Mynnrd. came to Murray and bad the
ing in Nehawka and the home of AY
O. Troop and her many friend3 in
Murray one day last week. They
were looking after some business in
N'ebraska City as well.
Mrs. George S. Ray was a visitor
at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Mary Nickles and sister, Mi?s Bertha
Nickles, spending the time from
Thursday of last week until Monday
of this week. Mrs. Nickles is in her
eighties, and for her age is enjoying
Charles S. Sherman who has been
with the Lincoln Star for the past
twenty-five years, has been spend -
ing some time at Los Angeles where
he has enjoyed his vacation splen
didly. He has completed his stay in
the west and returned to his work
on the Lincoln paper.
Murray Chrithtian Aid Society.
The ladies aid society of the
Murray Christian church will meet
on Wednesday, February 1st at the
church. Mrs. Harry Noell, leader,
Mrs. Perry Nickles. Mrs. Taul Ken
ney. Mrs. Frank Scott and Mrs. Fred
Anderson as hostesses.
Flayed TJs a Prank.
We do not desire to lay the mis
take either on the types or the type
writer but the account appeared that
a stag party was given in honor of
Marion Wiles was held at the home
of John Frans when it should have
been the home of John Farris. Any
way the crowd of young men had a
good time and also honored the.r
Daughter Born at Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Watson who
have been radio entertainers at the
KFAB broadcasting station in Lin
coln, wcrt blessed last Saturday by
the birth of a daughter weighing
nine and a half pounds. The little
lady is granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. Cisney. Mrs. Cit-ney is
with the daughter and granddaugh
ter at the Lincoln hospital.
Came to Plattsmouth 63 Years Ago.
Mrs. Lois Troop, now S3 years of
age, was visiting at the home of j
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Troop and in j
company with her niece, Mrs. C. S. :
Sherman and Mrs. W. O. Troop visit
ed at Nebraska City, where looking
at the river Mrs. Lois Troop said:
"I distinctly remember when my
husband Robert Troop came across
the Missouri river in March 1875,
CA1T you start rebuild
ing right away if fire de
stroys your home to
night? You can, if ycu
carry adequate fire insur
Scari 3. Davis
OFFICES! 2U FlOOK
PUUs. State Bank Cldg-
J three years after we had been mar-
! . . . , ...1.1 1
jvieu. I ne weainer was mm una
j were crossing the river in an open
(boat, when for some cause Robert,
'or as we tailed him. Bob, fell over
board and v.as fished out of the icy
waters and hastened to Plattsniouth
jand before he got to the hotel his
i clothing was frozen, but he came out
of it without any ill ecects. That
'was a long time ago but I distinctly
j remember it."
Mrs. Troop, the narrator, is no.
over 93 years of age.
Enjoyed Eirthday Anniversary.
Mrs. W. O. Troop was celebrating
her birthday on hist Sunday, -all
elic having passed lit r natal
of Mr. andiday on January 20th. Lcr son.
Tommy Troop, whoe Mrthday was
on January 18th celebrated tm pass
ing of til's event with his mother.
The members of the family were the
enly ones present.
Seriously Injured in Omaha.
While John Noddelman was In
Omaha hist Saturday
nicht hi had
jthe misfortune to have a l'f klcw
'driver hit his car. almost totally d. -
molishing it. Mr. Noddelmau was
very seriously injured r.nd after hav-
Has Tonrils Eemoved.
Miss Thelriia Dill, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Dill ho has be n
tonsils removed. Since the operation
she has been recovering nicely.
Entertained Social Club.
Mrs. Earl Merritt entertained the
members of the Murray Social club
Friday of last week, having the gath
ering at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Smith. There v.as a large
number of the members present and
a very enjoyable time was had.
Still Sick and Kept in Bed.
Lucean Carper has been feeling
quite badly and has been Lame for
j me past wees wntre ne nas i-t t n
I kept in bed and under the care of
the family physician. He has tcn
very ill and it was feared he might
have gall stone? and have t submit
to en operation, a fact which it is
desired to avoid if possible.
HEIFETZ APPROVES SWIKG
BUT HOT FOR DINNER
DOSTON, (UP) Jareha Heifetz,
conceit violinist, likes swin music,
but not when he's eating.
"I object to it played to loudly,"
Heifetz savs, "and L don't lilo to
eat in time and I f:r.d myself dcin
it, when the orchestra is swinging it.
I keep time.'"
WIFE'S VOICE NEVER HEARD
PLATTSDUKGII, Mo. (UP) Dave
R. Randolph has been married f'i
more than '( vears but he never has
heard hio wife's voice. Ieaf siiuc l.c
was ID ears old, Randolph has learn
ed to read the lip? of the person
spcakinc and easily understands what
is being said to him.
Rubber Stamps, pron-pt deliv
ery, lowest prices. All sixes at the
May Cost You All
Slippery, icy, snowy
roads are dangerous. If
ycu skid into another car
or injure someone, there
will be damages to pay!
Afford to Take
1 INSURANCE- -""TcL
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