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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 June 1957

Tnvasgemcnt of Miss Gussie Anthony To Oklahoma Man Is Announced • Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Anthony f 2958 South Second Street, bilene, have announced the isagement of their daugh- «*Gussy Oneita, to Bob ''"'Ml, son of Mr. * the late Mrs. on ee Lee Davis j-thday din- _ir niece, Miss pton, Wednesday -v me tea room of the Cafe. he guests were the im- mediate members of the fam- rily. An heirloom gift, a set of i silver demitasse spoons, was "resented to the honoree. Mr. Davis hadi presented he gift originally to Miss Brampton's great grandmoth- Wilson of Custer City, Okla. The bride-elect is the grand- daughter of Mrs. Esther Car- lisle of Naples and Mrs. Em- ma Anthony of Marietta. She is employed by South- western Bell Telephone Com- pany in Abilene. The prospective bridegroom is employed by the Parker Food Store in Burkburnett. The date of the wedding will be announced later. LOCAL PEOPLE ATTEND WEDDING AT AVERY Nine Naples people. attend- ed the wedding of Miss Sara Bedford of Avery to R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 June 1957

■ ■ ;r. v.. ■ : 'V V tm«, n V i | -i y "V, r / ill am sn y W:WM V . -rf <« < : Caught on a Lizard Travis Thomas proudly holds up a seven pounds and two ounce bass he caught last Friday from the largest of the H-L Ranch ponds. Thomas caught the bass on an Ozark Lizard artificial bait. His son, Jimmy, was with him and hauled the fish into the boat. , Barbecue Hot Tamales To take out or' eat here. Plate lunches. Chicken, fried or barbecued, half for 85 cents. Also sold by the pound. Plenty of cold drinks. Sand- wiches. Hot tamales every Friday and Saturday. Hazel Hiner. 39-c FOR RENT. Garage apart- ment, furnished or unfurnish- ed. Mrs. J. M. Hamt>ton. 38-c NAPLES BAIT SHOP Minnows Red Wriggler Worms Day or Night Across from Depot DANIELS Phone 7-4421 Flowers For All Occasions THE FLOWER MART FOR RENT: Business build- ing next door) to Granberry Insurance Agency. Apply at the S & S Shop. 45-tc SAW FILING, lawn mowers sharpened, handles installed, sickle blades sharpened, l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 June 1957

.«U H..— /KT^SlSffi ^' ^-/% WWBjMjjBWWiW^ A'.' K;df fe''^'; NAPLES MONITOR ;'iiiijjii>iiiiiiiiiii..i.j. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1957 MARIETTA Vacation Bible School Closed Friday b<\" W! J| Mrs. R. L. Harris ie W.M.IJ. met on Tues- for a business and stew- ' \r.Cpeeting. Mrs. A. E. ""tsident, conducted •>nd Mrs. F, B. : leader for "program. Bible School light with a ,ctendance was jgh the week, f'oster was the - the sehool and at ^program introduced her orders as each group of Children was presented on the ^4program. At the conclusion of the good program, parents and friends were invited to visit the classrooms where handicraft work was display- ] ed. The Rev. and Mrs. Larry Mobiloil Mobilgas BANES Service station «; g % ,VOUR FRIENDLY' ft jMBBBB Foster and daughter left on Monday for a visit in Florida with their parents. Visitors in the W. M. Coker home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morris and Sharon and Jane Patterson of Bright Star, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Johnson of Deniso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 June 1957

H s' Attend Funeral For Mr. Heard Out of town people who at- tended the funeral service for Mr. A. W. Heard at Omaha last Friday were Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Balch and family of La- mesa, Mrs. Carrie Rutledge and daughter of Waco, Bailey Kimmel of Spur, Mrs. Nannie Treadwell and Mrs. Floy Cof- fee of Corsicana, Mrs. J. M. eard and daughters and Mrs. C. Snodgrass and children Tyler, and Mrs. W. J. |jard of Dallas. METHODIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES CORNETT Methodist Revival Starts on July 21 The Rev. Frank Richardson Jr. Sunday School Morning Service Youth Fellowship Evening Worship Wednesday 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. p.m. p.m. 7 8 By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was opened at 10:30 a.m. with a^plendid attendance. Our groups are growing in each department. There are demands for an- other teacher to be added in the lower group. We will di- vide the kindergartens and first two grades and add a teacher. There were 27 enrolled at Vacation Bible School in this department, so we see the need for divisi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 June 1957

<4®I88 MpMgiW 7 THURSDAY, JUN6 20, 19S7 PERSONAL mmm •r.w■ - :• 1 / NAPLES MONITOR , :W«" c Mrs. Morris Rolston and Robert and Jim Holcomb of tot. Pleasant spent Sunday ■with Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hen- derson. Mrs. Ollie Robison and Homer had as their guests ■st week her grandsons, Wil- t Leslie and Bruce Sallee Tont Belview. CALYPSO Can-Cans 3 in 1 Nylon Net Luscious Colors $4.98 TORSO Can-Cans Nylon Jersey, Taffeta and Swiss Assorted Colors $4.98 These petticoats are just a must for the full floating skirts of mid-summer dresses. — Cool and Airy — S S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. J. N. Garrett, the moth- er of Leon Garrett is improv- ed and has been returned to her home at Prescott. She un- derwent surgery last week at the University Hospital at Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Robert- son of Mt. Pleasant were guests Sunday afternoon with her brothers, R. P. and Grady Lowery. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ster- ling of Memphis, Tenn. are visiting this week with his mother, Mrs. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 June 1957

Post Office Raises Charges for Special Services An increase in special serv- ice fees at the post office will go into effect Monday, July 1. These increases apply only to special services and are not postage rate increase. The '""postage rates will remain the same unless they are changed by an act of congress. The increases will affect insured mail, certified mail, leturn receipts, money order fees, special delivery and reg- istry fees and other lesser used special services. These include special hand- ling, certificates of mailing, correction of mailing lists, business reply mail, and no- tices to sender of undelivera- ble mail. For insured mail, the fee will remain unchanged at 10 cents for mail valued at $10 or less. For mail valued at $10.01 to $50, the new fee will be 20 cents; from $50.01 to $100 the fee will be 30 cents; and from $100.01 to $200 the fee will be 40 cents. Under the present rate, the fee has been 15 cents for from $10.01 to $25; 20 cents for from $25.01' to $50...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 June 1957

XMtmtll WM> THi NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 77, 1V57 VIEWPOINTS ™ paffppg$w%aaam ^ a-\ \ A- ^ v ,* No Choice Monday Voters in the Pewitt school district will have a simple choice to make Monday when they go to the polls to vote on a proposed bond issue. A majority of them can vote for the bond issue and the school can have the maintenance and improvements the school board feels that it needs; Or, a majority can vote against the bond issue and pay a 10 per cent increase in taxes which the board probably will ask for if the bond issue is not approved. Either way, it means higher school taxes for property owners in the district. The Monitor is opposed to the bond issue as it stands because of the proposed use of the money if the issue is approver It does not object to the $19,600 proposed for rwjaying all short term indebtedness. It does not object to the $3,400 for library books and teaching aids for the elementary school. It does not object to the $4,700 for repairs and general ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 June 1957

MARIETTA Miss Brewer Honored at Shower By Mrs. R. L. Harris The Rev. Randolph of Mar- shall, a former pastor of the local church, filled the pulpit at the Sunday services in the absence of the pastor, who is on vacation. The community was sad- fined this week by the death fif George W. Hunnicutt. Mr. George, who had remained jolly and cheerful during more than two years of being confined to his home by ill- ness, will be missed by his neighbors and friends. Mrs. Hoyett Lemmon <ff Kansas is visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Spur- ger. Miss Carolyn Spurger of Ft. Worth spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Porter of Beaumont are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rogers. Mrs. W. 0. Betts and Mrs. Dave Finley were in Shreve- port Saturday night at the bedside of Mrs. Austin Brab- ham, who passed away in a hospital there Sunday morn- ing. Sympathy is extended to this family in their sorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bohannan and family of Dallas visited the L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 June 1957

iJ-i' i i# v. i ,• yj s'feK m p i ■ > The Woman's Angle THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1957 Miss Virginia Roberts, Bride-Elect, Honored at Miscellaneous Shower iSife r ' >f i i : ^ . ,v. ••. ; . Engagement Announced New FORD PICKUP 26% more LOADSPACE! ★ ">■> FORD PICKUPS COST LESS! REDE BEST! CHESTER COKER MOTOR COMPANY Phone 7-2131 Mr. and Mrs. Halbert Wom- mack have announced the en- gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jeanette, to Carroll Endsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Endsley of Wilton, Ark. The wedding will be an event of July 19 at the home of the bride-elect's parents. Miss Wommack is a gradu- ate of Paul H. Pewitt high school and is now employed at the Lone Star Gas Company in Dallas. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Bloomburg high school and attended the Texarkana Junior College. He is now employed at Temco in Dallas. You'll enjoy Walt Disney's "Cinderella" showing Friday and Saturday at the Inez Theatre. A miscellaneous sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 June 1957

m ome Ec Girls to our Dallas | The summer homemaking sses of Pewitt high school Ift Thursday morning for an e ucational tour of Dallas. Plans were made to visit f od and clothing companies a d outstanding stores. The Richer, Mrs. Leo Mc- ly ai^Jeveral mothers left 25 girls in the PERSONAL ass Week end guests with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Anthony $nd family were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lyons and son, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Green of Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rol- ston and Robert visited here Sunday with her parents and attended homecoming at the Methodist Church. SEP CRRS 1954 FORD Customline Tudor "8" cylinder. Radio, heater, overdrive, windshield washers. Extra clean. 1S54 FORD Customline club coupe "8" cylinder. Over- drive, heater, nylon tires. Priced to fit your budget. 1952 PONTIAC "8" cylinder Deluxe Fordor. Hydramatic transmission, radio, heater. Very good tires. Priced for quick sale. 1950 FORD ton pickup. Completely reconditioned with new bed. AND A Nice Selection of Other Makes and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 June 1957

V.I THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUf'E 27,, 1957 DOUGLASSVILLE Group Leaves for Camp ai Lakeview -- £ By Mrs. B. W. Swint The Rev. Louis Knight and family returned last week end from conference in Houston. On Friday evening, members of the charge surprised them with an old fashioned pound- ing. The Rev. Knight began his revival at Midway this Sunday evening to run during the week. You are invited to attend these services. We are very glad to know that Mrs. Ruby Baker is at v home after being in the Lin- den Clinic for several days last week. Our best wishes to her for a very speedy recov- ery. Friends and relatives have been visiting her this week end. Mrs. B. C. Parker Jr. and Kennith of Galena Park are nursing her this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Swint Jr. and children of Edinburg arrived on Saturday evening to visit in the home of his parents, the B. W. Swints, and will go to Iowa to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stewart of Manson. Iowa. This reporter is sorry to have disapp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 June 1957

CORNETT THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 27, .'957 KSDPY Homecoming at Cornet! Next Week KILOWATT • I An electric food freezer is an important part of an electric kitchen, just like jelectric range and re- ei-ator. With a food \ >r you have a food right in your home all ithe~ time. From the food bar)k to the automatic elec- tric range makes summer cooking a cinch. By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev. Jamt^s Knight fill- ed his regular appointment Sunday at 11 a.m. and again at 7:30 p.m. His sermon title was "What A Life." The scripture was read from Luke 15:11-20. There was a splen- did attendance at Sunday School and church. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Win- ston Hampton, Wichita Falls, visited with the C, B. Hamp- tons last week en route to Alabama on their vacation with a friend in army life. Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Taylor Be Smart... Be Sure... BE SAFE! iffe-;* .56 Let us SINCLAIR- your cor Today! We drain and refill your crankcase and lubricate your car according to manufacturer's recommendatio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 June 1957

PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Lee Davis were Dallas visitors Sunday night and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hamil- Mrs. James Carr and chil- n l m THURSDAY, JUNE 27, THE NAPLES MONITOR CLEARANCE 1 rack of SKIRTS At Great Reductions Linen Denim Sharkskin Arnel Ass'td Sixes and Colors GROUP OF BLOUSES Reg. $2.98 to $5.95 \ Now $1.98 -'v.'•**'■*.. ••• •*r<" • Mrs. Elsie Smith was a busi- ness visitor at Texarkana on Monday. Friday and Saturday S £k s shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away ton and Charles retained on Monday from a weeks visit at Pasadena. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Norrls and daughter, Nancy, from Shreveport, spent Sunday vis- iting with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reid. Mrs. C. D. Hibbitts and her daughter, Mrs. Paul O'Dell, and granddaughter, Mariel, of Birmingham, are here at Mrs. Hibbitt's home. ^ 5 f- ■ , ','vl Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan were visitors Sunday at Mar- shall with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Glaze and children. J. M. Falls is visiting rela- tives at Cushman, Ark. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 July 1957

1 Cucumber Shipments Set New Record Here Monday n Sweat Out Storm On Boat A record number of cucum- bers were shipped out of the Naples and Marietta sheds on Monday of this week- Lewis Rogers, local repre- ltative of the Brown and iUer Pickle Company at Tex- "Trkana, said a total of 3,100 bushels were shipped out at the two sheds Monday. There were about 1,500 bushels at the Naples shed and 1,600 bushels at the Ma- rietta -shed. The highest number ever shipped from the Naples shed in one day before Monday was about 1,100. The local shed has been ac- cepting cucumbers for the past two weeks but the bulk of them are yet to be har- vested, Rogers said. t The crop normally brings in about $40,000 to the produc- ers. This year about 350 per- sons have contracts to grow cucumbers for the Brown and Miller Company. Two Naples men had a nar- row brush by hurricane Aud- rey last week. They were James David Johnson and Harold Sandlin, employees of the General Geophysical Company, doing seismog...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 July 1957

Tl-W ir M LES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1957 VIEWPOINTS Let's Equalize First The Pewit! school board, refused a bond issue by the voters, now faces the job of finding sufficient revenue to operate the school. The money now must come from increased property values. The board has indicated that it may ask an across-the-board increase of 10 per cent. We do not oppose any increase in taxes that is necessary to operate Pewitt school as one of the best institutions of learning in Texas and we don't believe that a majority of the taxpayers in the district oppose such a tax increase. However, we believe an equalization of the property taxes in the district is desirable be- fore any blanket, across-the-board increase. Most people will not object to the tax, re- gardless of the rate, as long as all other tax- payers in the district are taxed accordingly. Unfortunately, the taxes in the district because of a wide discrepancy in the rendi- tion of property, are not equal. Here are some renditio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 July 1957

fJJ DOUGLASSVILLE THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY < 1957 Public Barbecue Planned for Holiday By Mrs. B. W. Swint Summer really arrived this last >veek here. We had sev- eral very hot days but a nice litMe breeze onL'his Sunday1 evening. We are glad to know that Mrs. Ruby Baker is slowly im- proving at her home. Mr. and fs. Burr Cameron of Linden d the B. W. Swints called by to visit with her this Sun- day afternoon. Mrs. Nell Eitel visited with friends in Shreveport this past week. She returned home Tuesday. James Wommack is in Tem- ple this week for a check up. Mrs. Floyd Holt is at home improving after being ill re- cently. We send best wishes to all these friends for a very speedy recovery. A. D. Morriss has been on our sick list recently but we are glad to see him in his grove under the shade trees. Everyone is looking for- TIRED of SNOWY TV PICTURES? Wft now have in stock a new Revolutionary Designed Antenna This TV Antenna with 50 foot mast CDR Rotator completely insta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 July 1957

m i The Woman's Angle THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1957 M iss Kathryn Brewer Becomes Bride Of Roy W. Lutonsky In Ft. Worth Rites mi The wedding of Miss Kath- ryn Brewer to Roy W. Luton- sky was performed by the Rev. Fred Brewer at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, June 29, in the gar- den of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brewer, Ft. Worth. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brewer of Naples are the bride's par- ents and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. An- ton Lutonsky, Deming, N. M. The matron of honor was Mrs. Ruth Knaack, Ft. Worth, and the bridesmaid was Miss Peggy Brewer, sister of the bride. Ruth Ann Knaack was junior bridesmaid. John K. Busby, Oklahoma City, was best man, and Ros- coe Brewer and Ronnie Tay- lor served as ushers. Vernon Brewer was junior grooms- man. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a full length chantilly lace gown with long tapered sleeves fashioned with a low banded neckline of lace em- broidered and appliqued satin mousseline de ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 July 1957

W!mB- SID (MRS .... -■■■": ■■■ '55 FORD Vi Ton Pickup. Custom cab. Turn indicators. Heater. Heavy duty rear bumper. '54 FORD Customline, 2 door. Radio and Heater. Over- >• ■ -iv. ^ J drive. wwm-'v' WHO'S NEW '51 CHEVROLET Pickup. Radio and heater. '51 CHEVROLET Bel Aire. Radio and Heater. Powerglide. '51 PLYMOUTH 4 door. Healer. Priced right. AND A Nice Selection of Other Makes and Models Chester Coker Motor Co. Jimmie Lloyd Waits, son of Mr.- and Mrs. J. L. Waits of Omaha, born June 25 at the David Granberry Memorial Hospital, and weighed 9 pounds and 2 ounces. Dorothy Ann Meadows, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Earl Meadows of Oma- ha, born June 29 at the David Granberry Memorial Hospital and weighed 7 pounds and 8 ounces. Earnest Dwayne McCord, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ear- nest Weldon McCord of Ma- rietta, born June 28 at David Granberry Memorial Hospital and weighed 8 pounds. Cynthia Louise Whitecotton, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watts Whitecotton of Midland, born J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 July 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1957 Osborns Attend Niece's Wedding Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Osborn of Naples left Wednesday morning for Seagraves, Texas to attend the wedding Friday evening of their niece, Miss Ann Bricker. WThe wedding ceremony will be performed at 6 p.m. at the First Baptist Church at Sea- graves. Miss Bricker is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bricker of Rankin. The pros- pective bridegroom is Dick Wellingham of Seagraves. After the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Osborn will visit in Ran- kin before returning home. Farmers May Ask Tax Refund Farmers may now apply for a refund on the three cent federal tax on gasoline used for farming. C. H. Bates, extension farm specialist, said the amount claimed must be based on the quantity of fuel used for farming purposes on indivi- dual farms and ranches dur- ing the period from July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957. Bates says that all claims must be submitted to the dis- trict director, Internal Reve- nue Service, and claims for the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 July 1957

BHfllgi PMPKT ' CORNETT Sister of Cornett Woman Dies Friday By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School had a good attendance and there were several visitors. Miss Barbara Gibson is at- tending the Four States Busi- ness College at Texarkana. Bobby Don McCord has been employed at the pipe mill at Lone Star Steel Com- pany. Marion Betts of Mt. Pleas- ■jat spent Saturday night with EH| father, J. 0. Betts. BPAirs. Ada B. Walker of Lone | Star is visiting his son, W. T. Walker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Win- ston Hampton of Wichita Falls spent Thursday and Fri- day with his parents, the C. B. Hamptons. They were return- ing from their Georgia va- cation. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Betts had lunch with the C. B. Hamptons Sunday. Mrs. Joe Hill and four boys are visiting the Thomases here. The Hills live in Stew- art, Mi SB. KIIOWATT ® REDDY Do you have a measure chest in your home? Get an electric food freezer and you'll have one. It's an- other one of the electric appliances that add so much to th...

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