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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 June 1950

Thursday, June 15, 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS Page 3 t Our New Refrigerated Meat Box Enables Us To Offer You * Meat * Eir.i?s * Butter Open Sundays WHITE WAY CAFE Verda Feagin, Owner l\T <'ASK <>!•' I I CI'; •HONK !250! LAVON NEWS Mrs. N. O. Kindle Mr. and Mrs*. Johnny Nix and baby of Dallas wore recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Grey. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jones this week are Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sheiton of Amarillo, Texas. Their Sunday guests were John .lows of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Wul- lace Jones and daughters of How- let I., and Mrs. Jones' brother and family, Bedford Gray of Amarillo. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cade Sunday of last week were her son, Virgil Anderson and Mrs. Ander- son of Dallas. Mrs. Cade return- ed with them for a visit. Uncle John MeCummins of Dal- las was shaking hands with Lavon friends Friday. Mr. ami Mrs. W. A. Gravley of I).• 111;i • were Sunday visitors of With Sherwin-Williams Kiltone and the new YELI.OW D1.VI1. low volume sprayer it is possib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 June 1950

'7 " ' ^ '."i v;.' ' V 'V V* _ ■ ' Bi Page 4 THE WYLIE NEWS NOTICE All Water Bills Are Due 10th Day Each Month Service will be discontinued if bills aren't promptly paid City of Wylie 1DHEN You Leave Our Station You Are Ready For The Road Maynard-Martin Service Station "High Button Shoes" Playing In Dallas History is repeating itself at the State Fair Casino, Dallas, home of Starlight Operetta, which open- ed its ninth season on Monday evening (June 12) with the fam- ous Briadway musical coonedy, "High Button Shoes" which will run for two weeks through June 25. The show which stars the inimi- table Eddie Foy Jr., and Texas' own Constance Moore was receiv- ed by a capacity audience with an enthusiasm rivalling any previous production given at the State Fair Casino. Eddie Foy Jr., appeared as Har- rison Floy, a "get-rich-quick" man of the turn of the century and sang "There's Nothing Like a Model T"; "Nobody Ever Died For Dear Rutgers" with the male chorus, and coverted about the stag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 June 1950

Thursday, June 15, 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS Page 5 JfELOIN I ion. Lord rJ flirt. 2 J jeu els. 1 IK natural Hold tilled case. 11 i nil crystal. $71.50 15'jeiccl El^in with match inn ox pan sion bracelet. $12.51) Other Elfiina as Ion as$20.75 including Federal Tax A, Weather ford & Son Piano, Te:.i.; Want Ads < i,.\kmii u<;i> vi> bates i'ii'si insertion, !Jc per word. Kuril iulclilioiuil insertion, ile per word. Minimum for any ;id, : (><•. LOST: Tractor crunk 'Vi'f"! 81 W.vlle and L. L. Creel faci.i. •'«- 1 itr11 to Mnynard Service Hlu- P . ! C' nrtec u; Service Reasonable Prices EDGINGTON Tlarber Shop ,T. K. EDGINGTON LESLIE TEDDER T Miss Norma McDonald of Dallas ;|)ent the past week here with her grandmother, Mrs. A. K. McDon- ald. Hal Mulllns was among the "firct nighters" attending the Starlight Operetta in Dallas Mon- day night. City property for sale and rent. Farms for Sale, some with posses- sion. R. L. Gallagher. Phone 2491. 2 FN C qnrrrrrr • trizRffmrT&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 June 1950

ppBiHSP ■ WIII<IHI|>im—Ow«y —HIIIMiWl lW—> f', - 'V Page 6 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, June 15, 1950 for Governor Allan Shivers has served Texas well since he suc- ceeded to this office a year ago. Now he is run- ning for his first elective term. ■ Oil ALLAN Want Ads Pay Frances Brown Wed To Harvey Gc Moore Iiev. Jesse Z. Wood of Garland performed the double ring cere- mony when Miss Frances Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Brown, Wylie, became the bride of Harvey Glynn Moore on Thurs- day evening, June 1, 1950, at 8 o'clock in the First Christian Church of Wylie. Given in marriage by her uncle, George Emerson of Bonham, tlie bride was gowned in white faille with a fingertip veil. She car- ried a white Bible topped with a gardenia. Wedding music was furnished by Miss Ruby Copus and Mrs. John W. Akin sang Because. Mrs. Willie Stebbins was matron of honor and Mrs. H. F. Moore was bridesmaid. The groom was at- tended by his brother, H. F. Moore as best man. George Henry Sims...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 June 1950

HOME LAVON DAM THE WYLIE NEWS Working For The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYLIE WELCOMES YOU Vol. 3 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1950 No. 14 Fire Department Announces Plans For New Fire Station; Construction Begins July 1 Plans are in the making for a new all-weather fire station for the Wylie Volunteer Fire Depart- ment. Information was released this week by Roy Hall, Fire Chief. Present plans call for construc- tion to begin on or about July 1. "For many years Wylie has been without adequate fire pro- tection during the hard freezes in the winter months," Hall stat- ed. "With the new building, which will be constructed of clay tile on concrete floor, the fire ap- paratus will not freeze and will be ready ror use when needed," he said. The new building will be locat- ed 011 the lot directly north of the City Hall. This land, which is owned by the Wylie independent 9 • OVER A • • 'Coffee Cup' 0 • WITH FIELDER • • Summertime lias come and ever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 June 1950

Page 2 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, June 22,1960 The Wylie News i'l'llUNlHH) 10VKHY WKDNE8DAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THE FIELDER-BAKER'FUNERAL HOME Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or runutiitlon of any person, flnn or corporation which may appear in Hie columns of The Wylie News will be K'ladly corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged for at a regular advertising rate of two cents per word. UN N«-eoii«l-<-liisn mutter at the !'«* oflee of Wylle, Texan, under net <>f Coniereuw of > lurch S, 18U7 SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year In Collin County. #1 ..W One Year OutMlde Collin C«. $1-75 tM The Johnston Company News All The Worth-while Things Of This Lift* Are Difficult Nothing t'oines Easy lint Slumping. Mrs. Gracy was shopping in Rockwall Saturday. Mrs. Janice Warren spent Sun- day with lier father, V. Cragett, of Garland. Mrs. Middleton entertained he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 June 1950

Thursday, June 22, 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS Page 3 Expert Gives Hints *On Digging And Storing Potatoes Home gardeners will soon be digging and storing their spring Irish potato crop. The length of time they can he stored will de- pend upon where you store them and the condition they are in when they are dug, says J. B. Hutchison, associate extension horticultural specialist of Texas A. & M. College. He says let the potatoes mature before digging them. Potatoes can be dug before the tops die, but they should be mature if you expect to keep them in storage for any length of time. Here is a simple and easy method for checking maturity. Press the thumb against the skin of a few potatoes, if the skin is tough and doesn't break easily, the crop is ready for harvesting. If excessive rainfall has occur- red just prior to harvest, you are likely to find the potatoes cover- ed with water blisters (small ele- vated white spots) on the skin. Hutchison says harvesting should bo delayed until thes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 June 1950

— ===== —— 'age 4 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, June 22, I960 ' Timely Tips For VIr. and Mrs. Farmer ' Irish potutoes should mature 'before they are dug. Immature potatoes do not keep well. Pota- toes should not he dug when they are covered with water blisters (small elevated white spots) on the skin. Delay harvesting until the blisters have disappeared. • * Irish potatoes keep best when 1DHEN You Leave Our Station You Are Ready For The Road Maynard-Martin Service Station stored In a cool, dry, well venti- lated place. • * Using the home freezer locker box for freezing and storing sur- plus vegetables for latei; use is one sure way to have them when they are needed by the family. • * One of the secrets of produc- ing high quality hay is getting rid of the moisture in the hay as fast as possible and at the same time retain in the hay a bright green color. • * Elm trees produce wood that is hard, heavy and tough and can be used for many things on the farm. Most elms can be grown from seed....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 June 1950

Thursday, June 22, 1950 NEVADA NEWS | Merle Ro.s.s Patsy Birdwell was here from [Dallas last week end for a visit 1 with her parents. Little John Carroll Webb of Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs. Clint Webb here last week end. THE WYLIE NEWS Page 5 Roland Boyd Attorney-At-Law 201 Central Bank Bldg. McKinney, Texas A week end of fishing on Sul- phur River was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gray and Earl Riley, Nevada, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gray of GreenvilLe. Greenville visitors from Neva-* da Saturday included Mrs. Paul Davis, Betty and Jane. Mrs. Anist Hurst and family of Fate, Texas, visited recently with Miss Ruth Becknell of Nevada. Also visiting in Greenville Satv urday were M. L,. Martin, Merle Ross and Roy Ross. Mrs. D. E. Ross and family were recent visitors of the Authur Rogers family in Wylie. F i J MINIMIZE WEAR AND REPAIR WITH Mobil Lubrication EVERY 1000 Miles • CUSHIONS YOUR RIDE • SAFEGUARDS FRACTION POINTS * PROTECTS UNDERCAR PARTS post's magnolia station I i Miss Dean Yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 June 1950

I Page 6 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, June 22,1950 >s 1 >< jp< tc a 1 ( 11 tl Corps of Engineers Has Familiar Role In Nation's Progress On Friday, June 16, the Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, _ ob- serves its 176th anniversary. It was on this date in 1775 that the Continental Congress, acting on the urgent request of General Washington, resolved that there should be appointed one Chief Engineer at $00 a month and two assistants at $20 a month. The resolution had been passed over the objection of certain skep- i • Courteous Service • Reasonable Prices EDGINGTON Barber Shop J. H. EDGINGTON LESLIE TEDDER For That Something Extra Use HUMBLE Esso Extra Gasoline and Oil ft. E. Ellis, Jr. Humble Agent Phone 2926 tics who claimed that there was not an officer in America "who knew the difference between a cheveaux-de-frise (field fortifi- cation) and a cabbage garden." But General Washington—himself a professionaal engineer—know better. He appointed Colonel Richard Gridley, of Massac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 June 1950

£f':v \1 ■■ ■ ■ . ; «i Jfrj 11 ' ' ■ ' <' " , - ill""" " - HOME OF LA VON DAM THE WYLIE NEWS Working For The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYLIE WELCOMES YOU Vol. 3 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1950 No. 15 Pictured above is the presentation of' a Bui dick Electrocardigraph to the City-County Hos- pital in McKinney last week . The machine is use ! to register the heart heat and diagnose any pathological heart disease. Shown above, on left, is Harry Payne, hospital administrator; J. W. Neal, center, chairman of the Hoard of Governors of the hospital and Dr. Julius G. Smith, presi- dent of the McKinney Lions Club. Construction Work Humming On Lavon Dam As Ideal Weather Conditions Continue Construction work was hum- ming on the Lavon Dam this week as contractors were busy getting in some "good licks," as ideal weather conditions continued to exist. Rapidly getting into full swing was the Texas Construction Co., holders of the $2,000,000 concrete...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 June 1950

!5V>fv Page 2 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, June 29, 1950 v x pi tc a l( tl I t) The Wylie News I'UBLISHISU EVBIIY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THE FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL HOME Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear ill the columns of The Wylie News will be gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Curds of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged for at u regular advertising rate of two cents per word. filtered iiN aecond-claiiK matter i SUBSCIUPTIOIV at the Post ofiee of Wylie, Texn«, HATES under net of (ioiiktpnn of I One Year In t'ollin l'tuint}'.|1.50 March S, 1SII7 | One Year Outxide Collin Co. $1.75 Present Day Homemaker Can Do The House Cleaning With Much Less "Elbow Grease" The present day homemaker can do the house cleaning chores easier and with less elbow grease than in years past because science has come to the rescue. High on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 June 1950

Ea Thursday, June 29, 1950 Jimely Tips For Mr. and Mrs. Former Texus cotton producers arc at the cross-roads no far as the 19G0 cotton crop is concerned and the wet, cloudy weather isn't helping the farmer In his fight against the threatening insects. The con- tinuous use of insecticides seems to be the only solution. * * * Milk and milk products furnish THE WYLIE NEWS Page 3 WATCH REPAIRING ALL WORK GUARANTEED ! ] WYLIE WATCH REPAIR I | Located In Hampton Cleaners fats, carbohydrates and proteins in easily digestible forms along with calcum and other minerals, vitamin A and riboflavin. All are needed in a properly balanced diet. * * * Tax levies made by State and local governments in Texas total- ed an average of 25.7 cents per acre in l'J4!t. An increase of 'i.'i cents per acre or 15 percent ovw the 1 94 8 average in Texas. Indi- cations are that the trend will likely continue upward on Texas farm and ranch real estate but at a slower rate. * « « The agronomy department of the Tex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 June 1950

'• n'-, My! '• ii • «i , .1 4 ■v: Page 4 THE WYLIE NEWS ■mm . —i Thursday, June 29, 1950 LA VON NEWS Mrs. N. O. Kindle William U. McCatney has re- turned to his home here after a business trip to New York and Maassachusetts. Edward Castle of El Paso ar- rived Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sid Parker. Sunday three visited Mr. and Mrs. Alton in Scroggins. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. McLendon andd Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne WHEN You Leave Our Station You Are Ready For The Road Maynard-Martin Service Station ma on a fishing trip Tuesday. The Watkins and Wallie left for Texo- Wednesday morning storm made poor fishing, and they returned Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Craker of Ht)bbs, New Mexico, returned to their home Wednesday after a visit with his grandfather, H. D. Smith and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Nail of Lockes- burg, Arkansas, were recent visi- tors of their nieces, Mrs. L. G. Montgomery, Mrs. It. F. Geren, and nephew, Carl Tollett. David Wallace Taylor, born May ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 June 1950

-fgf, $* "frt !?'t *>' Thursday, June 29, 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS 1 •' ' WwM PR . #«■ Page 5 LOCAL • HAPPENINGS By BEULAH HALL Mr. and Mrs. George Bates of Plaiio were visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Huddleston, iiere last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Donihoo of Trenton, Texas, apent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Willing* ham. Week end visitors of Mrs. A. K. McDonald were her grand daugh- ters, Donna, Dell Talley of Gar- land and Martha McDonald of Dallas. T. L. Moore of Island City, Ore- gon, writes that he really enjoys reading the news from his home town. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McGuire and sons of Dallas spent Sunday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kildare Bilder- back and daughter of Tehuacana, Texas, was Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McAfee. [% Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cross an'd Mrs. liattie Butler were shop- ping in Farmersville Saturday. Lonita Storey, who is attending Roland Boyd Attorney-At-Law 201 Central Bank Bldg\ MoKinney, Texas school in Fort Worth, spen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 June 1950

Page 6 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, June 29, I960 ti b IV r IN t i) Donna Click Returns From Camp Tres Rios Donna Click, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Click, returned Wednesday from Camp Rios where she spent two weeks at the girls camp. She was accompanied home by her cousin, Ann Rudd from Mount Pleasant. IN CASE OP FIRE PHONE 2501 $90,000,000.00 Over 90 Million Dollars cash surplus was in the General Fund of Texas when W. O. REED concluded his term as Speaker of the House of Representatives in 1948. TODAY THERE IS NO SURPLUS. £lect W.O.REED YOUR LIEUT. GOVERNOR W. O. REED has really done some- thing about efficiency and economy in our state government besides talk about it. W. O. REED wrote the pay-as-you-go law which put Texas on a cash basis in 1942, and prevents the Legislature spend- ing money it does not have. \V. O. REED believes our state government, like a family, should live within its income. UAL Rental now DUE Dressed Fryers Fresh Beef Barbecue Fork Locker Co-op LUCAS NEWS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 July 1950

tlP'' > ;f,.. , -'-■'"v 'V|'' , , V¥„ y ■■ , HOME OF LAVON DAM Vol. 3 THE WYLIE NEWS Working For The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1950~ WYLIE WELCOMES YOU No. 16 Flame Fashions To Be Theme Of Cookery Demonstrations To Be Held July 11-12 Cookery demonstrations featur- ing automatic gas ranges and re- frigerators that replace drudgery with comfort and convenience in meal preparation will be held at the City Haall in Wylie on Tues- day and Wednesday afternoon, July 11 and 12, according to W. E. Lemons, manager for the gas company in this area. The de- monstration, starting at 2 p. in. each daay, will be free to the public and advance registration is not required. Mr. Lemons said. Souvenirs and recipe sheets pre- * pared by the gas company home economics department will be dis- tributed. These demonstrations, showing the advantages of "flame cook- ing," will be jointly sponsored by Western Auto Associate Store, H ous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 July 1950

Page 2 THE WYLIK NEWS The Wylie News FUB1.1 11KU EVERY \VKU.\ESUAV BURTON IKLDER, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN TH I FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL HOME Any erroneous ri lections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any pel 011, firm or corporation which may appear in tlie columns of T1 Wylie News will be Kindly corrected if brought to the attentl n of Hie editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged for at a regular advertising rate of two cents per word. Entered am MCCOIHI-Clnxx mutter < .N L' IIS(JIt 11'TIO\ at the I'oNt oflee ot Wylle, Texas, KATKS under uet of Coiiki'cmn of One Year In t'ollln County. JI1.K0 March 8, 1NU7 | One Year OutHlde t'ollln Co. #1.75 MEMBER "Brigadoon" Will Open Monday, July 10 At Texas State Fair's Starlight Operetta "Brigadoon", the Broadway musical which took New York by storm and stayed more than two years to entertain thousands of erudite theatre-goers will have its Southwest Premier at State Fair Casino, Mond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 July 1950

Thursday, July 6, 1900 SirB. Charlie Smith Is on vaca- > fon this week from her job in Atkin's. She is spending part of her time with her mother, Mrs. N. B. Millican in Farmersvill'e. THE WYLXE NEWS Ifc ■ Page 3 WATCH REPAIRING ALL WORK GUARANTEED WYLIE WATCH REPAIR Located In Hampton Cleaners mmmmmtmmw'jmmmi tr— Sour Cream Candy 3 cups brown sugar 1 cup sour cream Salt 1-4 cup butter 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup choppod nuts Combine the sugar and cream and cook to the soft ball stage. Remove from heat, add a pinch of salt and the butter. Beat until mixture begins to grain. Stir in the vanilla extract and the nut meats. Pour into a buttered pan. Cut into squares. Pralines 2 cups brown sugar 1-2 cup water I teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup pecans chopped Cook the sugar and water to- gether to the soft ball stage. Re move from heat and beat until creamy, than add the vanilla ex- tract and nuts. Pour into large round wafers on waxed paper. Rice Hakes Candies 1 cup sugar 1 cup brown sugar ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 July 1950

Page 4 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, July 6, 1950 Thi John A. Warden Candidate For S.ate Representative John A. Warden has made for- mal announcement of his candi- dacy for State Repx sentative from Collin County in ti i July 22 Democratic primary. Me was born on a farm in tbe Forest Grove Community' five miles Southeast of MclCinney; the farm still belongs to the family. He attended public school in McKin- 1PHEN You Leave Our Station You Are Ready For The Road Maynard-Martin Service Station ney and after graduating from the MeKlnney High School took a course in civil engineering at A. & M. College graduating in 1! 7Ts and was immediately com- missioned a second lieutenant ol Cavalry in the Regular Army of the United States where he served for 38 years and was retired as a lirigadier General. He served overseas in the World War I and World War II. Throughout his long military service he>"maintain- ed his legal residence in McKin-t ney and has never voted in any other state. This i...

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