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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 September 1938

') I * A Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Home • buy at Home • Trade a'- Home The Citizens fifty-n !AR fe i M&msmte aw*, • ^ mm* Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1938 NUMBER 36 Rabbits Meet Oil City Friday Night In First Game of the Season Concluding two and a half weeks of intensive preliminary train- ing, the Atlanta Rabbits today be- gan to set themselves for the first contest of the current season. With only a few minor injuries to mar the otherwise perfect phy- sical condition of the squad, hopes are running high for the Rabbits to hand a crushing defeat to Oil City's Golden Hurricans. During the first two weeks practice sessions, every phase of the game has been discussed and put into practice. Coaches Stevens and Phares have been giving the candidates considerable scrimmage during the last week and a half. It is a toss-up between Don Dobbs and Joe Neal Swanger as to who will do the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 September 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1938 QUEEN CITY Mrs. J, E. Ellington School Opening A most propitious opening Mon- dmy morning of the Queen City school. A large student body, in grade groups, marched orderly into the school gym where a great company of school parents, board members, and friends were gathered. Revs. L. L. Burkhalter and Compton Riley gave spirited ad- dresses, pointing to the high and noble aimB of life. Supt. O. B. Johnson was pleas- ing in his address. His gentleman- ness and firmness speaks strongly for the success of the new school year. Greeting were extended to the new students; the little ones coming for their first year in school and the transfers from other schools. Following Mr. Johnson's speech, each of the other teachers made de- lightful speeches: R. E. Johnson, Jack Hill, Frances Baird, Josie Watson, Mrs. Odell Harrist (nee Prudie Gunn), Emely Johnson, Rua Draper, Evelyn Powell. Herman Allen spoke for the school board, and sever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 September 1938

THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SMYRNA Mrs. E. E. Luttrell i 'i Miss Mary Sue Fletcher of Vivian was the guest of Catherine Luttrell Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Avery is at Elling- ton Hospital recovering from an emergency operation. Catherine Luttrell has returned from a three week's visit in Cher- reyville and Wordworth, La. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Forshee were week end visitors in Smyrna and Linden. Among the young men of our community joining the army recent- ly are Irvin Brackman, Wayne Fitts and Lewis Luttrell. Helen Harrington entertained a number of her friends Saturday night with a party. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long have moved light housing keeping things to Springdale during the school term. Mrs. Donnie Jones of Vivian was guest of her mother, Mrs. J. F. Avery last week. The Ladies Class of the Baptist Sunday school presented their teacher, Mrs. Roger Long, with a beautiful picture after class Sun- day as a love gift. Mrs. Allen Smith is on the sick list this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 September 1938

ijMnisMn THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1938 WSSSwZWW n Birthday Party Mrs. Col.ie Unia entertained her little nephew, Ramon Alexander Bukhair, with a party Sept. 7, in the City Park. , The evening was enjoyed with |\ plenty of balloons and whistles. Ice cream and cake was served to tiie loi.owing guests: Sally Ken- nedy. Jay Sterling Clements. Eliza- beth Ann Unis. Ann Catheryn Eng- land. Glenna Jane Newkirk. Gay Grumbles. Shirley Sue Smith. Sam- my Meridith. Suzanne Hanner. Nancy Ann Oden. THURSDAY STUDY CLUB The Thursday Study Club re- sumed its activities at the first meeting of the year Thursday, September 8th, in the home of Mrs. J. R. Cash. The study course for this year is to be Three Centuries of American Poetry. Mrs. N. P. Han- ner, vice-president of the club, presided. The meeting was opened by an Assembly Singing "Ameri- ca, The Beautiful", Mrs. Guy Hughes at the piano. Mrs. H. H. Ramsey, new president, deliver- ed an inspiring address—"What We ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 September 1938

" * /wkv/.p?ir '"'*'• mj/$!f-'^ THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS =^'-== FOOTBALL V FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON Atlanta Rabbits VERSUS Oil City, La. Friday, Sept. 16 8:00 P.M. BIVINS-TRICE FIELD II I I I The Following Citizens Are Boosting For The Babbits I III f 8 I i i cm Sinclair Service Station Hope Green, Mgr. Sinclair Gas and Oils—Washing and Lubrication Without These Lights There Would Be No Night Football Southwestern Gas and Electric Company Constantly Rendering Courteous Service Atlanta National Bank A Strong, Safe Bank That Appreciates Your Patronage C. & R. Food Store Always Better Food at Lowest 1 lices K. C. Branded Meats Kottles 5c to $1.00 Store—We Are For You Rabbits—Everything In School Supplies At Kottles Briar Patch Cold Drinks and Candies, Lunches School Supplies Of All Kinds Pritchard Magnolia Station Mobil gas and Mobiloil—Washing and Lubrication Alexander-Hughes Drug Company Rabbit Headquarters—We Hope You Win Every Game This Seas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 September 1938

■V «'! 'i" '' " THE CITIZEN8 JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the poatoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $1.00 One Year $1.50 Six Months 75 Six Months 100 Three Months 60 Three Months 65 (2) Poll tax receipts for any three years prior to 1933. (3) Marriage license with dates and ages given. (4) Dates on insurance policies prior to 1933. (5) Records on relief agencies showing ages, such as Texas Re- lief Commision, the WPA, Salva- tion Army, or any hospital, will be considered. (6) Proof that a marriage license was purchased 50 years ago. (7) If the applicant has a child over 49 years of age, proof of the child's age is sufficient. (8) Tombstones of dead child- ren that would be over 49 years of age if they were alive are accept- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 September 1938

Y THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS PINEY GROVE Mra. Ennis Anderson Bro. Dooley was back with us over the week end and brought three good messages. A number of frineds and relatives gathered in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Beck Sunday to celebrate Bro. Beck's 80th birthday. Lunch was spread out under the trees, all en- joyed the good dinner and being with Bro. and sister Beck in their old days. It is a pleasure to meet and talk th the old soldiers of God. Bro. has done a great work here Cass County. ose present were: Bro. Dooley and Mrs. Gilmore and sons, •'Henry T. J. and Paul; Rev and Mrs. W. J. Waters; Mr. and Mrs. Travis Horton and girls; Mr. and Mrs. Jones; Mrs. Tabor and daughters, Louise and Aubry; Mr. and Mrs. Truman McCarty; Mrs. King and daughter, Dorothy; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brooks and son Kenneth; Mr. and Mrs. Philyaw; Miss Freda Clayton; Edith Roberson; Maxine and Irene Stovall, and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Beck and daughters, Billie Sue and Donnie Jun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 September 1938

SFm b Thursday eve- members present Tors for their monthly , A picnic lunch of fried chick- en, potato chips, olives, pickles, salad, ice cream and cake was serv- ed by the class as hostess. After a delicious lunch our new officers for the new year were elected as fol- lows: President, Mrs. Ralph Jones; 1 vice president, Mrs. J. H. Bryan; 2 vice president, Mrs. Jeff Nelson; S vice president, Mrs. Vaughan; 4 vioe president, Mrs. Glass; sec'y> Mrs. Heberson; associate secretary, Mrs. Howe Florence. We are awful- ly proud of the new members. They have been here a short time and have come into the class and felt it their duty to help work and enjoy our fellowship. We missed those very much who were sick and unable to be with us but we sincerely hope they will im- prove fast and will be at Sunday School, Sunday. Those attending were Mrs. C. M Jenkins, our S. S. Supt., Mesdames Blakey and daughter, J. H. Bryant, Jack Nelson, Logwood, Jones, Heb- erson, Milam, Ed Blakey, J. T. Brown and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 September 1938

Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Home • i uy at Home • Trade a'. Home FIFTY-NJJWflfYEAR 1THE U 0 ITIZENS JOURNAL Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area I ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1938 NUMBER 37 TWENTIETH ANNUAL CASS COUNTY FAIR OPENS TUESDAY, SEPT. 27 V Kildare School Gets Off to Good Start Monday, Sept. 12, Kildare school opened its doors to welcome Supt. \ C. C. Alexander along with eleven v classroom teachers; also, Mrs. Mc- Crary, music teacher, and Mr. Rob- ' ^Vinson, band director, and some ™ yfchree hundred students for its sec- ond term of school. Many of the parents and friends of the commu- nity were present to give a friend- ly welcome to the new teachers and students. C. C. Alexander, supt., extended a permanent invitation to all par- ents to visit with the teachers and cooperate with them in every way. Deputy State Supt., Mr. S. B. Cul- pepper, gave a very enjoyable opening address. The base of his speech was a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 September 1938

ff-I ALAMANCE Mrs, J. K. Murph The teachers and patrons of the school met Thursday night and or- ganised their PTA for another year Officers elected were Mrs. W. A. Walters, president; Clint Baucum, vice president; Miss Clara Teague, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. J. K. Hileman, chairman program com- mittee; Mrs. Roy Kennedy, chair- man finance committee; Mrs. J. W. Childs, chairman of entertainment committee. All voted and arrangements were made to carry a booth to Cass LOUISIANA STATE FAIR SHREVEPORT Oct. 22-31, Inclusive Agricultural and Livestock Displays "Belles of Liberty" m World'i Greatest Outdoor Spectacle 300 Living Artists ! Horse Raring wgdjl More than 400 Thoroughbreds 0 or more races daily except Sunday. Auto Races Sunday, October 23 and October 30 World's Speed Kings to compete in Dirt Track Evcnu Football La. Tech vs. Normal, Saturday, Oct. 22. Centenary vs. Loyola of Los Angeles, Saturday, Oct. 29. j* Night game Friday, " October 28 — Fair Park vs. Homer Hi. Southern U. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 September 1938

no 11100 THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. I'KAAf 1 sol Stf5 .K-lTc $0« ^lifetime Guarantee! QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington Monday Night Church Social Adult division of the Methodist church held a delightful fellowship meeting on the church lawn Mon- day evening. Twenty-four present. Games, worship period and a love- ly spread waB enjoyed. All adults of the church are urged to come next third Monday night in Oct. Notice The Methodist church officials ask that no stock be staked out on the church grounds, please. Church trustees have been splen- did in caring for the church and grounds and request the above no- tice. ( MARATHON}) 1 2 3 LOOK AT THESE QUALITY FEATURES I N«w Ill-Wide Tread—for longer wear. New Roll-Crip Non-Skld— for gripping) traction. Dual-Cord Breakers — for protection against punc- tures. Compression-Proof Cord —for maximum protec- tion against tire failure. "Lifetime Guarantee" — same as higher priced tires. Comes straight to you from the wor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 September 1938

;^vr ^ ^ r HE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS ™i ! THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1938 BLOOM BURG Eula M. Wood Wild geese flew South last week and winter clothes are coming out *for an airing. • • Why can't a world of strife for- get wars and turn to dreams of feather beds and cozy firesides? The bullets keep soaring from big guns roaring, and air bombs seem not to cease, still we dream in the gloam of firesides and home—and peace! And while a world of intelligent (?) men are preparing for whole- sale murder, our boys and girls, with confident spirits, are going away to school to prepare for— what? And we hear the answer to faith, "Be of good cheer, I have overcome the world." • * * A number of our boys and girls have returned to school at various places this year: Morris Winham Pettit and Hom- er Rainey to A. & M. College; Misses Christine and Aline Ends- ley to E. T. S. T. C., Commerce; Miss Margaret Grogan to T. S. C. W., Denton. * * * Miss Helon Johnston of Keatchie, La., was guest We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 September 1938

THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1938 I UK Gi l I/■> •) Methodist Zone Meeting in Atlanta Atlanta, uouglassville, Avinger, Linden, Bloomburg, McLeod, Jeffer eon and Queen City societies were well represented at Josie Starnes zone meeting here Wednesday in an all day session with the local Methodist church. Kev. L. H. Math- ison, local pastor, gave a beautiful devotional lesson. The entire pro- gram was both educational and in- spirational. Rev. A. M. Button gave a spec- ial number. Miss lietty Jo Rabb gave a solo which was most ap- preciated. A lovely two-course luncheon Was served to seventy people at the noon hour by the Atlanta Wo- mans Missionary Society. Matt McDuff Enjoys 63rd Birthday Matt McJJuif was made happy, Sunday, t>ept. 18, by a birthday dinner brought to him by his many relatives and friends. The lunch was spread picnic style in the shade or large sweet- gum trees near his home. The birthday cake, an angel food cake, with pink rosebuds and the inscrip- tion, "Happy Birthday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 September 1938

JUS CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $1.00 One Year $1.60 Six Mouths 75 Six Months 100 Three Months 50 Three Months 65 We are glad to have Jean Rog- ers and family move to our com- munity. We welcome them. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Griffin spent Sunday in Vester Wilson home. B. C. Duke and son of Anti spent Sunday in Jess Duke home. Mr and Mrs. Hubert Hobbs spent Sunday in L. G. Owens home. Mr. and Mrs. Beasley spent Sun- O'FARRELL Hazel Gillespie We were glad to have Mr. An- drew Young with us Sunday night at singing. Several of the surrounding com- munities are to visit us next Sun- day night. Every cine come! CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Wm. E. Davidson Attorney At Law GENERAL PR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 September 1938

THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1988 • / SMYRNA Mrs. E. E. Luttrell Miss Geneva Copeland was ope- rated on for appendicitis Saturday •evening at Ellington Memorial Hos pital. We sincerely hope she may be able to be home soon. E. E .Luttrell and brother, C. A. Luttrell made a trip to Sulphur, Okla., and Monroe, La., Saturday and Sunday. There was a call business meet- ing of board of trustees and offic- ers of PTA at school Thursday night.^A bout 25 were present. Of- fices were filled in PTA that were vacant. Miss Yvonne Frost was ap- pointed hospitality chairman; Mrs. E. E. Luttrell, as publicity chair- man. Other officers are: Mrs. John- son Avery, president; Mrs. Harry Manson, vice-president; Mrs. Hay- wood Glass, treasurer; Miss Mattie McConnell, secretary; Harry Man- •son, enlistment; Mrs. Mildred Gib- son, program. Tom Walker and family moved to Cornett, Saturday, where he will teach this year. We are indeed sor- ry to lose them but wish them suc- cess wherever they go. q- n-horrv spent we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 September 1938

yum lif En | On Su Tfc o dr> at mi da —TEXAS] NEW FARM BILL Many Members of Congress are working on a new farm bill. The Domestic Allotment Plan has been proposed for cotton and other basic form commodities. The Secretary of Agriculture, Mr. Wallace, op- posed this plan last session of Congress. It is estimated that the plan would cost about one billion dollars to guarantee cost of pro- duction prices for wheat, corn and cotton. Processing taxes will pro- bably be proposed to raise the money for distribution to the farm- ers should the Domestic Allotment STRTE FAIR OF TEKR5 —floriculture The greatest farm exhibit ever seen in the entire coun- try is already be- irg arranged. It's a )icture of Texas' real wealth.... * oCiveitocl Improved herds and great dairy and beef animals have been entered in this stupendous showing of the 2nd largest Texas resource..., Amusements The Jubilee Follies at popular. p :cs in the auditorium; the Hen- n' ; Bros. Shows on the Midway; ' > B; 20, th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 September 1938

Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Home • i>dy at Home • Trade a". Home YEAR FIFTY-N The Citizens J ournal Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 29,1938 NUMBER 38 20th ANNUAL CASS COUNTY FAIR GREATEST YET m ' * t ALONG THE WAY — BY US — Sunday, October second, has been ^.designated "GO TO CHURCH SUNJJAY" in Atlanta, and your pastor and Sunday School Superin- tendent are extending to you a spec ial invitation to attend church and Sunday School next Sunday. It mat ters not which church you attend— just so you and yours are there. It will do you good as well as make the pastor smile. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY! ♦ * * ♦ The government should realize that it is now on trial. While they have us under control, it is up to them to make decided improve- ments in man's ways to stop criti- cising Mama. ♦ * * * i It's just too bad when you pinch Vy'my dog's tail, though I may have been cutting yours off inch by inch fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 September 1938

mW En IBS I On Si: Th o dr at mi da QUEEN CITY Mm. J. E. Ellington B. W. M. S. The Baptist Missionary Society met at the church in business meet- ing. After singing "Trust and Obey," Mrs. Ratcliff brought the devotional. Prayer by Mrs. Blay- lock. General officers were elected as follows. Mrs. Ratcliff, president; Mrs. Howard McWilliams, vice- president; and Mrs. Glen Dell, Sec- retary and treasurer. The presi- dent appointed all chairman for other work. The next meeting will be with Mrs Shack Clements next Monday, in State Mission program. Church Wide Banquet A banquet and Fellow-ship meet- ing will be held by the Queen City Baptist church at the school gym, this Thursday night, September 29. All under 17 years of age are ex- pected and will be seated at the banquet table. No plate charge. There will be many special features of great interest. Out of town speakers, guests and special music. All Baptist church people and in- laws are cordially invited. A great occasion for fellowshi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 September 1938

™, • „ • • fT' f? -* ' :vte '-V, ' THURSDAY, SEPT. 29,195(8 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAN i • > ' -0) ') i I AVTI Mrs. C. V. Hill, Reporter The singing class went to At- lanta Sunday afternoon to sing with the Atlanta quartet on their weekly broadcast. Each one en- joyed the good singing and invite them to visit with us at any time. Visitors in the Walter Draper home Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Draper, of Blalock; Mrs. C. H. Lee and little daughter Mary Catherine, of Atlanta; Mrs. Cora Yancy, of Jacksonville; Mrs. Neo- ma Coon, Pasadina, Calif.; and Mrs. J. H. Skinner and family, of Bloombury. Mrs. Cora Yancy and Mrs. Neoma Coon will continue their visit for several days. We are very sorry of the con- tinued illness of Noel Draper. We hope he will soon recover and be able to be up again. Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hill and Mrs. W. L. Hill Sun- day were, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hill and son, Harold; Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hill and two children, Bon- nie Jean and Doyle Ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 September 1938

,. ■ ■ j , r .... .. — r ■ ■■ ' - • ? ..V r.l THURSDAY, SEPT. 29,1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 |Si: |Tb o dr I at mi da Atlanta P.-T. A. Miss Pauline Wright First Methodist Holds Initial Meeting Will Review, "And Missionary Society The Parent-Teacher Association 1 ell Of Time, Oct. 3 held its first meeting of the new Mrs. Ida Howell Miss Merle Wommack, who is employed in the Census Bureau in T # Washington, D. C., is spending her JDlCS With ParalySIS school year, Sept. 21, with the presiuent, Mrs. Jtiob Howe, in the chair. During the business session, $17.17 was reported in treasury and a call for the years dues which As fifty cents per member was made. The association will sponsor the Hallowe en carnival under the gen- | eral chairmanship of Mrs. Hubbard j Fouche. The date of the carnival , was set for Friday night, October 28. The following standing com- mittees for the year's work were appointed: Hospitality—Mrs. H. A. King, ...

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