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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 5, 1940, High Point, North Carolina I a i j. I a. Or ,%%w.\v.v.%v.%v.%vvav.,.vv�?~. .vv.v.%w.v.,. .,.v.,., social and club activities Madeline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a m to 12 m ,%w.w.ww.%vavw.w--vw%w.%w.wa%%%-aw.avam Ssue invitations to House warming at j. H. Adams memorial Owca building social Calendar although the Young women s mrs. Re i Talian association moved into he .1. H. Adams memorial a. . Building several weeks a of. Mid since then has conducted its on Tine activities from there invitations were issued today for a House warming a monday evening March la. At which association members and friends will he Given a Chance to pay their first general official visit to the new Home of the High i Point y. A c. A. The hour of the House warming Are from 7 30 to to p rn., and the affair is under the direction of the membership commit of which mrs. Fred White Ner. Charles is Earver is chairman. Mrs. Of. Tomlinson and her music commit tee ate arranging special selections for the occasion and r. H Sec Brest is in charge of refreshments which will be served by representatives of various y. W. C. A. Clubs. Members of the Hoard of directors of which mrs. Carter Dalton is president will he in the receiving line and stationed at various Points to direct the guest if in their tour of the splendid new quarters. Also in the re reviving line will be mrs. J. H. Adams and her daughters. In. Nathan Ayers and mrs. Allen Watkins who presented the building As a gift in memory of their husband and father the late j Hampton Adams Many of the guests will bring gifts of China Silver lamps and other things necessary to Complete the equipping of the buildings. Concert to be sponsored by College and musical Art club Here tomorrow i under the joint sponsorship of the local musical Art club and High Point College three out i or i. music facility of the t n ratty of North at Olit a will appear in concert St the College tomorrow night tat g of clock in a concert Given for Federated music clubs of the in ii i., Piedmont in Quot and open to the general Public. This will be one of the two Public programs which the local club Nill sponsor during the year and there will he no admission charge the club and the College have expressed Pride at High Point s being chosen As Kab Center in which the Piedmont District concert will to presented. Among the Piedmont District clubs Are units in Greensboro t euterpe it Winston Salem Lexington Thomasville and Burlington. Appearing on the program will he John k. Toms Tenor director of the University glee huh and he chattel Hill choral club Herbert Livingston pianist graduate of Syracuse Cal varsity. And radio artist and William klans. Cellist concert artist. Sorority Seal International membership discussed at Beta Sigma Phi dinner meet i Aid evening marked the Date and plans were announced Hor a of the regular meeting of the my chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Which was held at the Shat ton hotel and took the form of a dinner meeting at six thirty. Covers were Laid for twelve in son. Mabel Warlik. Pauline Ken eluding the sorority director. Mra. Nett Virginia Dixon. Hildreth Walter Fleischmann and the Tresi a Gabriel. Ann Chappell. Sarah tailed meeting next monday night at the Sheraton. In addition to mrs. Klets Hirann and miss Gibson those present included misses Mary Louise Gib Dent my Josephine Gibson three course dinner was served. After which the group went to the Guilford county Sanatorium where they distributed current Magazine among the patients returning to the hotel for the remainder of the which featured a formal Forrest Thompson. Catherine Kui son. Margaret Shields and Frances Muse. Home demonstration club holds regular meet agent present meeting program. I Paulina Kennett mad an j regular meeting of the High interesting talk on t a son Point Home demonstration club Seal. Telling of hand j was held yesterday afternoon of motto which it Bear. 8he a a Home of mrs. Cd Venable on spoke of the pledge pins. Jewel badges full jewel pin and him Robur Hof in charge Crest and what they in it jul devotional period. Miss addle Houston county Home demonstration agent gave a demonstration on fertilizing and care of j plants and read a report on food supplies she also read to the huh miss Virginia Dixon then spoke briefly on the International mein Berahin of the Beta Sigma Phi and mentioned outstanding women on Iron sorority roster mrs Flats Mann men dire Ted members a letter recently received and played the piano Aero in a Al-1 from a Friend in England. Meat for a number of sorority song which were Sung by the in it tire group during a Brief Bim j Domro stud will Ness session. Mist Gibson presided net bags protect your clothes at the Sunshine install new slate at meeting tonight the Domino club will hold their weekly meeting this evening at 7 45 o Rio it k with Mise Martha Janet a her Home just off the w Inston Salem Road when the installation of new officers will be featured. The new slate to be installed includes miss Edythe Crooks president in. Robert Guarin. Secretary vies Martha Jarrett. Treasurer miss love Munday so rial chairman and mrs a. G re Langton jr., publicity chairman now you can breathe family finish the finest laundry service available Flat a of a la. Wearing apparel Ike la. Minimum biotic. 1.00 phone 8391 laundry loot cold clogged Hood flus Quick Way Clear that tormenting stuffiness breathe More freely just a few drops of Vicks Vatro nol a that s what you need feel it go right to work a bring real Comfort. This treatment is successful because Vatro nol is Active medication containing several essential Relief giving agents plus Ephedrine expressly designed for nose and upper Throat. Next time done to wait for a cold to get a head Start. Used at first sniffle or sneeze Vatro nol helps Kee a cold from developing. Mami us Tou Mouti is a6 15 p. business and professional girls club will have a business meeting at the Adams memorial y. W. C. A. Building on North main Street. A Ken khim10 3-0 a. West Emery Wood Garden club will meet with mrs. E. W. Freeze jr., on Greenway drive. Mrs. Dias. Kearns will give the program. 10 30 a �?the mid week Garden club will meet with mrs. R. T. Amos at her Home 902 Forrest Hill drive at its regular meeting. Mrs. J. H. Walker jr., will he in charge of the program. Members Are asked to take note of change in place of meeting. I p. miss Sarah Lacey Tomlinson will entertain with a Bridge luncheon at her Home on Parkway to Honor miss Pattie Thomas Bride elect of the week. 3 30 p. mid week study club will meet with mrs. J. A. Morris at her Home on Brent Lay Circle. 3 30 p. In the in Topian study club will meet with mrs. Herman Smith 4 21 edged Ala drive. 3 3o p. Rny tile High Point woman s Clute will meet St the Adams memorial y. W. C. A. Building when mrs. J. W. Mcguinn will speak on some phase of adult education. Mrs. Marjorie r dig of new York and mrs. A s. Coltrane of Raleigh National and state commanders of the women s Field army for the american society for control of cancer will be special guests. 4 30 p. In the High Point cosiness and professional women s club will have a dinner meeting in the Elwood hotel private dining room. Mrs. Margaret Farley will he in charge of the program. 7 30 p in the local chapter women of the Moose will meet a the Moose Hall on North main Street. Thi usha a to a. girl scout Council will meet with mrs. C. E. Diffendale 407 edged sle drive for its March meeting 3 p in the entre Nous club will he entertained by mrs. B. 8. Cummings Al her Home. 311 Hamilton Street at its regular biweekly meeting. 3 p. In. Misses Caroline Dalton and Alma Virginia Mccall will join hospitality at the Emery Wood country club at Bridge for miss Pattie Thomas Bride elect. Frid \ v i to p in a the local chapter of Salem College alumnae will meet at the Kmer Wood country club when mesdames f a Sizemore David Welborn William blurts and miss Josephine Gibson Wilt he associate hostesses j to p. M the Canterbury club will meet with mrs. E. T. Harrison at her Home. 70s West fart is Avenue 4 to s p. In the to. A1 girl scout troops will have a set vice at Wesley memorial methodist Church in Observance of the her Thadav of Juliette la a. Founder of the out g a it Iza t Ion. 9 p �?the cake editing for miss Thomas and her Fiance or. Betta and their bridal party will be Given by or. And mrs. Collier Ellis and Collier Ellis jr., at their Home on Trentley Circle following the wedding rehearsal at miss Thomas Home. Nati Rdai p in or. And mis Waite h Thomas will entertain at the Emerywood country club with a luncheon to Honor miss Thomas and or. Bette whose wedding takes place on that evening. A of p. In miss Pattie Thomas and Henry a. Betta will wed in a formal ceremony at Lite Home of the Bride s patents or. And mrs. Fred a Thomas who will entertain immediately afterwards with a reception in their Honor. Girl Reserve clubs hold regular meets Here plan events spa353pesmiss Thomas and her scouting Tho fi<3nce honoured by or. And mrs. Betts Tiu Potla yesterday when we talked about stockings made of Coal dust for women the men not to be outdone brought up their ties and scarfs made of Buttermilk. It is really remarkable what can be done these Days in making different materials and that is about All we the unlearned can say about it. But after All new inventions Are made for us and we can enjoy using them. The Buttermilk tips have been a �?.-.-. -.-. On the Market before and Are mainly for Spring and summer Wear. They Are something like the Palm Beach tie. Light and very soft and not very Cru Shable. N. H Silver and company will have them for Sale about the first Day of May. They will come in Light shades and various designs. Kaster frills for your easter costume you can to miss having a frilly Blouse or a Flower hat. The fashion shop has a variety of White blouses some of Batiste some of crepe and some of Chiffon. The Batiste ones Are quite Dainty with lace and puffed sleeves and an attractive High neck and there Are those which Are a Little hit simpler and have shirring and the new very full Long sleeves which Are fight at the wrists. This shop has a veritable Flower Garden of hate in White Pink and Blue. There Are Flower covered sailors turbans and pancakes All with becoming veils. It % Mav pottery when we think about Dalian peasants spending Long hours molding arid painting Clay by hand and making perfectly Beautiful pottery it becomes much More desirable in our eyes. And this is especially trite now when it is rather difficult to obtain italian pottery. Perkinson a has just received a shipment of it and it includes a number of different items. There is a Pale Pink breakfast set with Cleam and sugar Coffee and Tea pots covered and open Cereal howls egg cup bread and butter dish. Coffee cup and Saucer and breakfast plate there is a Novelty Bonbon dish or cigarette Box. Made of a Donkey pulling a cart which some very enthusiastic Democrat would cherish there Are Bonbon dishes pineapple Jam jars chop dishes and salad howls All beautifully hand pointed. There Are also some Small vases made of Dalian blown Glass notable among which Are two Pale Green ones which Call for yellow Flowers and a blight breakfast or luncheon Fahle District alumnae of Randolph Macon to have luncheon Randolph Macon alumnae of j Greensboro a number of High pointers among them will observe founders Day with a i luncheon saturday at i p in. At the Greensboro county club it was announced Here today and reservations should he made with mrs. Fred Eichorn at the country club apartments Greensboro. A modern conditions Aud the College today will he discussed by or Nan Thornton professor of chemistry at Randolph Macon j which is located at Lynchburg a. Or Thornton is herself a Randolph Macon graduate Aud past president of the general alumnae association. Her a. B. And m. A. Degree Are from Kan Dolph Mecon her degree of doctor of chemistry from Chicago University. She is a member of Sigma Delta Epsilon Phi Beta Kappa. And lev Era i scientific orders and while in Greensboro will he the guest of miss Elva Barrow a Randolph Macon alumnae on the chemistry faculty of woman a i College. High Point alumnae include mesdames Hoke Bullard Gilbert j h. Clynard w. F Ellis s. A. Gayle e. T. Harrison l. M. In i Gram c. D. Lucas a a. It Andy. Seborn Perry h. H Smith. Elliot Wood and miss Dorothy Stewart. Wow new Industrial club organized at Owca other meetings held named in Honor of the late j. H. Adania. Whose family recently donated the old Adam Home on North main Street As Headquarters for the Loc Al Young woman a Christian association a new and lint Ria i club was organised last evening under the auspices of the Assoc it Hon. Advisor of the new group the Adams club. Is mrs. 8. S. Saunders and officers ate As follows Mia Ann Jock Ridge president mrs. Myton Yokely. Vice president mrs. Pauline Andrews sect Reacy treasurer migs Ixonia Madden and mrs Virginia Yoke in program chairmen supper i meetings will take place each monday at 4 p i with programs and recreation to follow. The Florence Nightingale club. Which held its regular supper and business meeting last night. Spent most of is time making plans for the clubs part in the y House warming to be held next monday night at a meeting of the Industrial committee Thia week report on the mid Winter Industrial conference in Durham were presented by mrs Artie Mcdowell and miss Lea a Johnson a local Altru sans to attend lectures of Salisbury s club several High Point Alt urn Are planning to attend some of the lectures in the series on a a personality being Given in Salisbury by mrs. A d. Ould oui a Anding lecturer. Under the sponsorship of even at a her Thadav party if the the Salisbury Althusa club of club has not already celebrated which the local group la the or that occasion. A i o Quot it a i Horn Quot of or. , the lectures got underway last amount realised from Partl Cipa j j Magnolia court the Public is extended a cordial Anno Vuk birth of a daughter or. And mrs. Raymond tee ounce the birth of a Haugh Gladys Marie on february 2 ? their Home. 955 Council Street. An additional social Courtesy shown miss Pattie Thomas High Point Bride elect of the week. And her Fiance Henry a. Bens. Of Greensboro and Fayetteville. Was the informal sunday night supper Given by or. And mrs. J. S. Heats of Greensboro parents of the bridegroom elect of their Home on North Elm Street. Greensboro. Guests on this occasion were limited to members of the two families and the wedding party of the couple whose marriage will take place saturday evening in a formal ceremony at the Heinie of the Bride elect or and mrs. Fred Arthur Thomas on Forest Hill drive Spring Flowers in pastel shades and lighted tapers were used on the Buffet table from which the Mea was served and elsewhere Iii the Home. In addition to the honoured couple guest were or. Sud mrs. Frederick a Thomas. Miss Sarah Lacey Tomlinson and Frederick Arthur Thomas. Or. Of High Point mrs. Leslie Fulenwider and mrs. Milton Tyler of Birmingham. Al aunts of the Bride or. And mrs. Sidney Lake Paine and Small son. Sidney Betis Paine of Haw River or. And mrs. John Mon in Betis or. And mrs. Sidney s. Paine or. And mrs. A. Jackson Harrell miss Sally Paine and William Reynolds of Greensboro. About people i j soothes chafed Shin Moroline Hite Petroleum Jelly so /0-i Golden Jubilee director of no fwd i urges cooperation of state clubs by susasecreted no it i Dix f. A. A mrs. Howard g. Etheridge of Asheville immediate past president of the North Carolina federation of women a club and general federation director with special charge of the Golden Jubilee Celebration in North Carolina. Was in Raleigh tuesday and visited the federation Headquarters in the Carolina hotel coming with her husband for just a Day a visit. Mrs Kart Bishopric of Spray chairman of juniors was also in Raleigh tuesday and paid a visit to club Headquarters much has already been said about the Golden Jubilee of the general federation of women Cill by. By there is much More to be said. A a the High spot of this Celebration will he reached during Golden Jubilee week the week of april 22. A nmn Etheridge said a the chairman of radio in the Jenera federation la preparing for coast to coast broadcasts of a program from new York which h will As nearly As possible be a replica of the first organization meeting of the general federation of women s clubs Quot by declaring this Golden Jubilee Meek. We Hope to have every c Lub woman in North Carolina listen to this mrs. Etheridge said a either by gathering in groups Al the regular club me Elings or special meetings Ai ranged for that purpose alone or expense of running a Home and they have added to the expense of running a nation. A we have come to belie a that we save Money by preserving life and health. Me ate now coming to believe that it is sounded Onomy to conserve our soil our forests and \ our National resource. A there to one More item of National or. Mcnutt said a that cannot he ignored. Me must spend the necessary amounts to save for our Selve and our children the ideals of democracy. Me do not hesitate to spend enough to make our country Safe against military invasion me Are at last realizing that if to equally important to invent the amounts necessary for social Security. nation that is adequately prepared against the hazards of economic insecurity has an impregnable defense against the threats of political insecurity. A policy whirly afford such Protection is True Economy and genuine Thrift. The North Carolina club worn i in Are looking Forward with keen interest to hearing or. Mcnutt at a la convention in Mav. Or. Anna Blackman of Harbor Spring mkh., a arrived for a visit in the Home of or. And mrs. Sarn Dutton on East Green Street. Mrs. Blackman is a sister of or. Dutton. Little Mary let one Ballard daughter of or. And mrs. T. R Ballard of 304 Howell tie ref in improving at her Home where she a been quite Iii with bronchial pneumonia. Mrs. A f. A Johnson Bas strive for a visit with her parents. Or. And mrs a. L Tabu at their Home on Parkway a see mrs. Lillian Giles returned to her Home on route three sundae from Chat lot in where she recently underwent a foot operation a she will he confined to her bed for about two More weeks and must use crutches or the remainder of the six Meek during which her foot must remain a cast. Friends of Rev. E. P. Buck a former resident of High Point will regret to learn that he is confined to his bed at his Home 415 Georgetown Road carneys Point n. With a heart ailment or. Buck was at one time assistant pastor of the Hickory Chapel Wesley in methodist Church and was employed by the Adams Millis corporation. New shipment of Hunter Clarion and Windsor Crystal goblets ice teas sherbets fruit juices cocktails and salad plates Johnson Street . A. Sponsors another Tea for lunch fund project Wake sleepy insides this pleasant Way a. The second of night and will Continua each h j Hon in the Celebration in what Nung through this weak. Each topic i aver manner chosen by the incl featuring a different phase of per a visual Chih should he sent Irrigon a Lily. In addition to High mediately to or p. R. Rankin. Point Altru sans Charlotte and state birthday c chairman who will stir those sleepy intestines in a Way you won t mind repeating next time constipation has Yon a new series of headache bilious listless take mixer teas sponsored by the John some syrup of Blaek draught. Its son Street Patent teacher Assoc-1 flavor is pleasant and ii Adion anon. Will he held wednesday aft gentle when simple directions air i it noon from 3 to 5 o clock at t he i followed. Its principal ingredient helps tone intestinal Muscles. Family bottle i9r trial size 25c next time use syrup of Black draught 128 8 main St present it in a formal program j i arranged for that purpose at our con-1 state convention in in thin Way mrs. Etheridge Hopes i to have More Money than her i purse in a naion Salem members Are also expected to attend any local Altru sans not faded who Plana to attend any of the series is asked to Call or. Mary get a Rof Wrork from whom Hev May secure ticket to the Lee-1 Council meeting Fine five member have already May. Made plans for attend my and it is hoped others will give the Salisbury Dun this support in its project. It in stated by the president or. Marie added. Ewe hold to take to the in Milwaukee in Church social Mission study til ref. At Green St. T his it h the woman missionary society of Green Street Baptist Church will conduct a Home mis one cannot think of a birthday i party without planning for prizes mrs Etheridge Laid and the general federation has most generously provided this in the following Awald which will be made one bundled Dollar to the late with 201 or More cell by which includes North Carolina which raise the highest per rapt invitation it a announced today by Tho in charge of arrangement. And the proceeds will go toward the Lune h fund of Thia school. Variety of articles in display in boys club in window of local firm the High Point boys a tub has secured the use of the Beeson hardware company window for a display of the work which is being done in the shop department which la under the supervision of sgt major a. F. Byrley the display consists of a variety of articles including a birthday cake made from Wood which was designed by the supervisor. To contribution based on Mem the cake is arranged with Light he ship in the general Fader i Rion. Fifty dollars to the District w hich raises the highest capita contribution based upon Dis Slon study course this evening at uric t membership Vicks a Vatro nol o clock in the Church. The Hook a a five be them to eat Quot will Bel taught by mrs a. M. Terry of the firs Baptist Church. All Circle member and those of Young women organization Are extended a cordial invitation to attend i study course it was pointed out Thia morning. A Buffet supper followed by group singing featured the meet a a a a ,"1u a re i Keith 1 a Lull of the \ full it a o 111 ii Mutt i it Mill Iii in a eyes examined glasses fitted or. Nat Walker Takeki l attention to children phone 2962 office Oxer Walgreen a a drug special Bowling matches 0 we will have with us saturday night March 9, from Roanoke Virginia 4 girl s teams and 4 men s teams. A most Hearty and cordial invitation a extended to All to Anjoy this special occasion. Arcade amusement company a re a d k la i id x g in Christian association at the j. In Adams memorial building last night. This club will not hold its regular meeting next week hut on wednesday will join the regular wednesday club for a visit to woman College and Greensboro College in Greensboro and to j Guilford College. Tomorrow evening the program for the wednesday club will in a elude game and singing. On thursday at 5 45. The meeting of the inter club senior High school Coit Dell originally scheduled for last evening will take place following a supper. Live y it have been invited to mrk. Bonk tomorrow the Stephen Billie class will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 of clock at the Home of or j r Boone. 4ttj Hawthorne treet. Mrs. Nora l. Andrew will Lead the discussion which will be s continuation of the Book of Luke. . Lask Al get this evening the l l l. Class of Lite Green Street Baptist Church will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight at 7 30 o clock at the Home of Mist Eloise Haney 307 East Lexington Avenue. Local alumni to join the Jolly y club thursday night to hear rabbi r i r pins Guf monday night or Temple Emmanuel Greensboro. 1 speak on a roads to j the High Point chapter of High a Point College alumni will hold a meeting on monday a filing at 7 30, it a been announced Here by William d. Lewis club meet tonight chapter president. The meeting will be held at the Post office pm the girls Pentagon club will ploy so Cabin off Highway Ica hold its regular meeting tonight a special program has been Arni 7 30 at the Home of alts. Ii run and and refreshments will be Hen Bernard 401 . Girls Pentagon fifteen dollars to the club which raise the larges contribution. Twenty five Dollar to the club which raises the largest per capita contribution. The North Carolina federation will present $2.50 in the District chairman showing the largest increase capita in amount contributed through birthday parties for the foundation fund Over the amount the past year. National housekeeping is a great Deal like House keeping in the Home and the principles of National Thrift Are identical with those practice in the family. Paul a Mcnutt Federal Security administrator said when he addressed the Hoard of directors of the general federation of women Chiba at the meeting in Washington in january. Or. Mcnutt is to be one of the principal speaker at the state convention of women club in Greensboro in May. Women have the largest stake in the Security of the family or. Mcnutt said because it is around the woman that the family revolve when it i necessary to economize it is the Worman who does it. A Thrift in the Home and in the nation i not a simple matter of saving Money a or. Mcnutt said. A there is a difference Between Thrift and parsimony Between Economy and hoarding. Science and inventions have added to the Bult instead of Candle and a operated by electrical control. A trophy cup a been presented to the club by Roy Sullivan and is on exhibit with this display which will continue throughout the w Eek. A to Hai exd Leader dead new York March 5 John Henry Du. 40. President of h. Duys a co. Tobacco dealer. Died of pneumonia yesterday after a week s illness. He was president of the associated Cigar manufacturer and Leaf tobacco dealers pull the trigger on constipation and pepsin when constipation bring on acid indigestion bloating dizzy spells Gas. Coated Tongue sour taste and bad breath your stomach is probably loaded up with certain undigested Lood and your bowels Don t move. So you need both pepsin to help break up fast that Rich undigested food in your stomach and laxative Senna to pull the trigger on those Lazy bowels. So aute your laxative also contains pepsin. Take or. Caldwell a laxative because its syrup pepsin helps you gain that wonderful stomach Comfort. While the lax Atn e Senna move your Bow Els. Tests prove the Power of pepsin to dissolve those lumps of undigested protein food which May linger in your stomach to cause belching gastric acidity and nausea. This is How pepsin izing your stomach helps relieve it of such distress. At the same time this Medicine Wake up Lazy nerves and Muscles in your bowels to relieve your const Ion. So be How much better you feel by taking the laxative that also pepsin to work on that stomach discomfort too. Even finicky children love to taste this pleasant family laxative. Buy or. Caldwell s laxatives Senna with syrup pepsin at your druggist today has made backache Well Alan find thai tiles in receive a Gie Al Ltd a a i of Irful from the fir t rent Kimmit. I one renin Moi fluent in Hilt Are Verj act is. Fill in Oxer rotting Nirka he vers fess fail to gel result. One Man got Well in six treatment after he had been sick eight week. I offer a rate of four treatment for four Dollar to All that Imeln this week. Iler Narr Alan Madden treatment have made Many Well after Oiler method have failed. I am offering Tho who want diet font diet Eon a Lialiou for four Dollar. Of you fail to receive Good after in treatment you will have Jour Moue hark. Heirs i til 7 so i. Al. Earl c. Rice ism tor of Pha St i top any graduate i Aero a or mar a Uden 1021/j West Washington 8tre�t 0 Sale Bangor Glove silk panties a huge Purchase make to i Hie Iii one Day ale of ladle Fine finality Gaia e Hilk panties. A regular 1.00 value. Tailored and Tare trim style. All i a. Tin Nile aged. Only Ai till Low Prier. M in 34c / pair in

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