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Niece Of Bluffton
Man Is Wed Here
The wedding of Miss Ruby Viola
Tosh, daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
Samuel Tosh of Santa Cruz, Calif.,
and John Henry Schlosser of New
York City, son of Mrs. George W.
Schlosser of Winona Lake, Ind., took
place at the home of the bride’s
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John
Tosh of Lawn avenue, Thursday
afternoon at 5:00 o’clock.
The rites were by the bride’s
father, Rev. Samuel Tosh, before an
improved lattice decorated with tam
arix, daisies and Queen Anne’s lace
which was flanked on either side
seven branch cadelabra.
During the ceremony, Mrs. Vinton
Bucher accompanied by Mrs. Oliver
Locher sang the marriage hymn
“0 Perfect Love.”
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by her uncle John Tosh, wore
a gown of white chenelle marqui
sette. An orange blossom halo held
in place the full finger tip veil of il
lusion, a family heirloom. White
gladioli, tied with white ribbons
made up the bridal bouquet.
Miss Beatrice Brown of Wooster,
as maid of honor, wore a frock of
pastel blue frosted organdy. The
arm bouquet consisted of shell pink
M' i Anabel Schlosser of Chicago,
sister of the bridegroom, who lit
the candles preceding the ceremony
wore an orchid chenille organdy
gown. Orchid ribbons were braided
in her hair and tied into a bow.
Serving as best man for the bride
groom was Rev. Samuel Wylie, pastor
of the Chelsea Presbyterian church
of New York City. David Tosh
A reception for the guests was
given after the ceremony at the Tosh
Mrs. Samuel Tosh, because of dis
tance, was unable to attend the cere
Mrs. George W. Schlosser wa§ at
tired in sheer rose lilaque and wore
a corsage of white gladioli. When
the newly weds departed for their
wedding trip, the bride wore a
raspberry and white painted frock
of silk jersey with jacket of rasp
berry silk crepe. Her accessories
were in white.
Mrs. Schlosser graduated from
Greenville College, Greenville, Ill.,
and attended New York Biblical
Seminary the past year.
Mr. Schlosser graduated from
Visit our Funeral Home—we’ll be
glad to explain facts about
Funerals and their costs.
Greenville College and completed a
ministerial course at the New York
Biblical Seminary this past June.
Phone 144-W Bluffton, Ohio
Efficiency Integrity Progress
Ambulance Service
Phone 222-W 239 S. Main St.
In cooperation with America’s wartime transportation program
many Greyhound timetable schedules are being changed. To save
yourself inconvenience or delay, get full information about revised
schedules from your nearest Greyhound agent.
140 N. Main Phone 368-W
The couple is planning on enter
ing the ministry in Maryland.
Guests at the wedding from a
distance, included, Henry Snavely,
Hagertstown, Md. Mrs. Lydia O.
Gaudin, and Miss Anabel Schlosser,
Chicago, and Mrs. George D. Schlos
ser of Winona Lake, Ind.
Fairy Bronson Is
Wed In Lima Church
Miss Fairy Bronson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bronson of East
Railroad Lane and Harvey Mesler of
Lima were married at the Pleasant
View church in Lima Sunday morn
ing at 7 o’clock. Rev. I. Bowman,
pastor, officiated at the services.
The bride was dressed in a white
gown with a sweetheart hat and a
corsage of half blown delicate pink
The couple was attended by Mrs.
Mesler’s brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cuppies.
Mrs. Cuppies was dressed in a gown
of pale green and wore a corsage of
full blown deep pink roses
Both men wore dark suits with a
white carnation in the lapel of the
A wedding breakfast was served
at the home of the bride after which
the couple left for a two weeks’ trip
through the northern states.
The bride graduated from Bluffton
High school in the class of 1941 and
until recently was employed at the
Triplett Electrical Instrument Co.
Mr. Mesler is a tool and die maker
at the Lima plant of the Westing
house Co.
After their return from their wed
ding trip they will be at home in
the Judson apartments on Haller
street in Lima.
4-H Club Notes
The seventh meeting of the 4-H
club was held in the home economics
room at the high school on Wednes
day. The following program was
Imogene Wenger and Patsy
Schmidt gave a health report. A
play “Tuesday Ironing” was present
ed by Joan Clark, Betty Bixel and
John Burkholder. Helen Burkholder
gave a demonstration on how to ar
range flowers correctly.
Games were played and refresh
ments were served.
Elack School House
Intersection State Routes 69 and 103
Friday Evening, July 31
Ice Cream, Chicken Sandwiches, Weiner Sandwiches, Pie,
Cake, Coffee. Also Watermelon and Pop.
Nothing Over 5c
In case of rain it will be held inside school house.
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by the Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: $2.00 per year
in U. S. payable in advance.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kennedy
spent the week end in Cincinnati.
Notice—The Minerva Beaute shop
will be closed for one week from Aug.
3 to 10. 14
Junior Hilbish of Cuyahoga Falls
is spending the week with David
Stearns of Spring street.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harris and
daughter Sonja Kay are spending a
week visiting relatives in Michigan.
Mrs. Rosa Tschantz and Mrs.
Emma Cornelius of Lima visited
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. Don Eddy and
daughter Bonnie spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Weber of
Lysle Cahill and John Overman of
Cleveland spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cahill of Jeffer
son street.
Mr. and Mrs. Donivan Stratton and
daughter of Columbus Grove spent
Sunday evening at the H. E. Augs
burger home.
Beverly Biery is spending a month
in the high school orchestra division
of the National Music camp at Inter
lochen, Michigan.
Mrs. Manley Thompson and son of
Toledo are spending the week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thompson
of Spring street.
While they last—Maytag washers
$79.50. Don’t delay no more May
tags available after the present
stock is sold. C. F. Niswander.
Ice cream social at Richland
grange, Tuesday evening, August 4.
Chicken sandwiches, pie. ice cream,
cake and coffee. Also musical pro
You are invited to attend the lawn
fete at the St. Mary’s Catholic
church grounds Thursday night.
Ice cream, cake and chicken sand
wiches will be served. Fun and
games are provided for everyone.
Chas. Nonnamaker spent Sunday at
the Ami Nonnamaker home. John
and Fern Koch were afternoon guests
and the Chauncey Klingler family of
Ada called in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Williams of
Cleveland are spending several days
here visiting his mother, Mrs. Lydia
Williams and Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Triplett of South Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Doty and
daughter and Miss Ladonna Oberly
of Lima and Miss Dorothy Oberly of
Mt. Cory visited Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Levi Oberly of Cherry
Mrs. Chas. Cattran and daughter
Lois of Cleveland returned to their
home, Wednesday after spending
the past ten days at the home of
Mrs. Cattran’s brother, George Klay
and family of South Mound street.
While they last—Maytag washers
$79.50. Don’t delay no more May
tags available after the present
stock is sold. C. F. Niswander.
John Clark Gray of Logansport,
Ind., is visiting his uncle Harold
Kennedy and family of South Jack
son street. Peter Kennedy has re
turned from Indianapolis where he
has been attending Bible school.
You are invited to attend the lawn
fete at the St. Mary’s Catholic
church grounds Thursday night.
Ice cream, cake and chicken sand
wiches will be served. Fun and
games are provided for everyone.
There’s enough coal for everyone
if you place your order now. Phone
us today, while coal is available at
summer prices. Steiner Coal Co.
Phones 265-Y and 174-W.
Mrs. Ava Young Roe of Portage
is spending several days at the
home of Mrs. Ella McHenry of
North Main street. While here,
Mrs. Roe also attended the reunion
of the James Bogart family at Riv
erside park, Findlay, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Long of Orange
township attended funeral services
held in Columbus, Tuesday for his
brother, CWH. Long, 60, a resident of
that city who died last Saturday. He
was a native of Hardin county and is
survived by his wife, son and daughter
and a sister, besides his brother of
this place.
Prof. Sidney Hauenstein is attend
ing a music clinic at the Univrsity of
Michigan, Ann Arbor and visiting his
son Nelson Hauenstein in the gradu
ate summer school at that place. Mrs.
Hauenstein and Mrs. Ernest Bigelow
will motor to Ann Arbor, Thursday
They will return Friday accompanied
by Prof. Hauenstein.
Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Amstutz of
Wisner, Neb., are visiting relatives
and friends in Bluffton and the
Settlement. They stopped here to
spend several weeks enroute to their
home after attending the Interna
tional Baby Chick association con
vention at Grand Rapids, Mich., last
week. Mr. Amstutz, a native of this
vicinity has been in the hatchery
and chicken raising business in
Wisner for the past twenty-five
years. He says crops there are
looking good and the harvest will be
C. A. Huber and (iaoohter Olive
visited Sunday at the home of Albert
Frankhauser south of Lima.
Notice—The Minerva Beaute shop
will be closed for one week from Aug.
3 to 10. 14
Kay Eileen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Staley of Ada had her
tonsils removed Tuesday morning in
the office of Dr. Soash.
Mr. and Mrs. Orden Smucker and
son of College View Drive and Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Smucker and son of
Wadsworth will leave Thursday morn
ing for a 10 day vacation at Lake
George, Mich.
You are invited to attend the lawn
fete at the St. Mary’s Catholic
church grounds Thursday night.
Ice cream, cake and chicken sand
wiches will be served. Fun and
games are provided for everyone.
Miss Hildred Eversole who spent
the summer in Lansdale, Pa., at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Chas. Barth
olomew is expected home this Wed
nesday. Sse will be accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. Bartholomew and lit
tle daughter who will spend some
time here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Roethlisberger
of South Jackson street, Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Diller and family and Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Reichenbach and sons
had a picnic dinner in the City Park
at Lima, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Aldine Roethlisberger and sons.
Mrs. Mary Luginbuhl, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Thompson of west of Bluffton,
Miss Bernice Olson of Albion, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Lora and sons
Ronald Gene and Gary Lynn of Col
umbus Grove were Sunday dinner
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
O. D. Lora and daughter Eloise of
South Main street.
Diller ambulance removals—Mrs.
William Seyer from the Bluffton hos
pital to her home near Gilboa Mrs.
Frank Schroeder and infant son from
the Bluffton hospital to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. George Schumacher of
West Elm street Rolland Koontz
from Jackson Center to his home on
Cherry street Alfred Anderson from
the Bluffton hospital to the St. Rita’s
hospital in Lima Edward Remming
ton, Carlsbad, N. M. from Beaverdam
to the Bluffton hospital.
Dr. E. L. Harshbarger
Dies At Newton, Kans.
Dr. E. L. Harshbarger, 41, former
Bluffton High school instructor and
prominent Mennonite educator of
Bethel college in Newton, Kansas,
died at the Bethel Deaconess hospital
in Newton, Sunday afternoon.
Funeral services were held at the
Bethel College Mennonite church of
Newton, Wednesday morning with
the Rev. Jesse Smucker, pastor, of
Dr. Harshbarger had been confined
to the hospital for a year and a
half with an illness that dated back
three years ago following a trip to
Prominent in Mennonite education
al services he was selected by the
Mennonites to act as a representa
tive of the body when several of the
peace churches had a conference with
Pres. Roosevelt with reference to the
establishment of the Civilian Public
Service camps.
He had conducted several tours to
Europe, was in considerable demand
as a public speaker and had pub
lished numerous articles and pam
He was president of the peace
committee of the General Conference
of Mennonites director of the Kans
as Institute of International Rela
tions treasurer, Kansas State De
bate League member of the executive
committee of Kansas History Teach
ers association chairman, college
section of the Kansas Teachers asso
ciation lecturer, American Peoples
College in Europe.
He was born Sept. 16, 1901 at
West Liberty the son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. H. Harshbarger. He gradu
ated from Bluffton college in the
class of 1925 and taught at Bluffton
High school from 1927 to 1930.
He was united in marriage to Miss
Eva Geiger, of this place. To this
union two children, John and Ivan,
were born.
After teaching at Bluffton High
school he attended Ohio State uni
versity as a teaching assistant and
received the Ph. D. degree in history
at that institution in 1933.
From 1933 until the time of his
illness he was connected with Bethel
college as professor of social sci
Survivors, in addition to his wife
and two sons, include his mother,
two sisters and a brother.
Transient Is Found
Unconscious By Road
Edward Rennnington, 72-year-old
transient from Carlsbad, N. M., was
found in an unconscious condition by
the side of the road near the Beav
erdam cemetery on Route 25 Friday
night at about 9 o’clock and was re
moved to the Bluffton hospital.
He was looking for work in this
district and suffered a heart attack
while walking at the side of the
road. A Lima motorist and a driver
of a C. & L. E. bus saw the man
at about the same time.
A nearby resident, Mrs. Joseph
Gerdeman, Jr., telephoned the Diller
ambulance. After treatment at the
hospital he was released Saturday
Approaching Marriage
Announcement of the approaching
marriage of Miss Laura Hiestand,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. M.
Hiestand of Orange township, and
Charles Feller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Feller of Findlay was made
at a party given at the home of
the bride-elect Tuesday night.
The wedding will be solemnized
on August 19 in the St. Paul’s
Evangelical church in Findlay with
Rev. Irvin Kauffman officiating.
When lunch was served, the event
was announced by the placement of
small wedding bells disclosing the
words, “Laura and Charles—August
Guests were Misses Frances Pifer,
Lois Long, Amanda Pifer, Theda
Anderson, Dorothy Long, Cordelia
Hiestand, Mrs. Rayon Boutwell, Mrs.
Floyd Basinger and Mrs. Dan
Miscellaneous Shower
Honoring Mrs. Harvey Mesler,
formerly Miss Fairy Bronson, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bronson
of Railroad Lane, a miscellaneous
shower was given by Mrs. Leonard
Cuppies at the home of the bride on
Thursday night.
A game called, “The Life of the
Bride” was enjoyed by the guests.
It consisted of a book made by those
present depicting the future events
of the bride.
Many beautiful gifts were found
in a hunt by the bride after which
refreshments were served. There
were 29 present.
G. H. M. C.
The annual picnic of the Gertrude
Hoy Missionary Circle will be held
on Monday evening. Meet at
Dorothy Daymen’s at 7:00 prompt.
Members of the Girls Guild and
any other girls of Guild age from
the church are invited as guests.
Farewell Party
Honoring Mrs. Sherwood Diller,
who is leaving town soon to join her
husband at Ypsilanti, Mich., a dinner
party was held at Victoria Inn in
Findlay, Friday night after which
bridge was enjoyed at the home of
Mrs. Harry Bogart of Kibler street.
Present were: Mrs. B. W. Travis,
Mrs. Norman Triplett, Mrs. William
Edwards, Mrs. Orden Smucker, Mrs.
Woodrow Little, Mrs. Don Patterson,
Mrs. Harry Bogart and the honored
guest Mrs. Diller.
Alpha Gamma Club
Housing will be the subject of the
discussion at the meeting of the Al
i pha Gamma club to be held at the
home of Mrs. James Suter at Pan
dora, Friday, Aug. 7 at 8 o’clock. The
following program will be presented:
From Slums to Sun, Miss Carolyn
Romey New Trends in Homebuilding,
.Mrs. Silas Diller.
Farm Woman’s Club
The Farm Woman’s club of Orange
township wil lhave a picnic for club
members and families at the Orange
Center Community house on Thurs
day, August 6. Miss Evelyn Niswan
der, recently returned from Hawaii
will be the guest speaker.
Coming Wedding
Announcement has been made of
the coming wedding of Miss Marjorie
Murray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Murray of Findlay, former
Bluffton residents and Rev. Dallas
Adler of Midland, Mich. The mar
riage will take place August 9.
August Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Marshall of
near Bluffton announce the engage
ment and approaching marriage of
their only daughter, Jean, to Lysle
D. Cahill of Cleveland, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Cahill of Bluffton.
The wedding will be an event of
late August.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Bluffton high school and last
June from Miami university where
she was affiliated with Alpha Omi
cron Pi sorority.
Mr. Cahill is also a graduate of
Bluffton high school and Fenn col
lege, Cleveland. He is now employ
ed as an electrical engineer with
the Jack-Heintz company in that
Honoring her daughter, Mrs.
Marshall entertained informally in
their home, Tuesday afternoon.
Invited guests were Misses Marcille
and Lucille Steiner, Mildred Unruh,
Mary Marshall, Josephine Niswand
er, Margaret Berky, Roberta Biery
and Mesdames James Patterson, Gail
Rakosky, Paul Detwiler, Richard
Caris, Paul Emmert and Paul Waley.
Local Tennis Team
To Play At Findlay
Several Bluffton tennis players will
travel to Findlay to meet the city
team of that place in a match Sat
urday afternoon and will later com
pete in the Findlay invitational tour
nament to 1x2 held from August 6 to
9 inclusive.
Participating will be Roger and
W. A. Howe, Woodrow Little, Dale
Reichenbach, Sidney Stettler and
others to be announced later.
The third reunion of the Stager
school will be held at Pandora school
building, Sunday, Aug. 2. Basket
dinner at noon. Bring your own
service. Also school pictures any
size are desired. Those unable
to attend are asked to send a short
letter to the secretary. Patrons of
the district and families of former
pupils also are welcome. Pres., Mrs.
Haney Gratz sec., Mrs. Willard
Moser, Pandora.
The Neubrecht, Schick and Swartz
family reunion ■will be held at Elida
Pioneer Picnic grounds, Sunday,
August 9. Pres., Vai Ruhlen sec.,
Victor Schick, Lafayette.
The thirteenth annual reunion of
the Spangler family will be held
Sunday, Aug. 23, at Buckeye Lake,
Bluffton. Pres., Frank Todd sec.,
Feme, Koch, Bluffton.
Thirtieth annual reunion of the
Nonnamaker family will be held at
Riverside park, Findlay, Thursday,
Aug. 20, Pres., W. A. Nonnamaker
sec., Gerne Koch, Bluffton.
Thirty-third annual Black school
reunion will be held Thursday, Aug.
13. Pres., Thos. Koontz vice pres.,
A. S. Pifer sec., Helen Koontz.
The annual I’aulding Center
(Rayl) school reunion will be held
at the Paulding Center school house
Sunday, Aug. 2. Pres., Wm. Kidd
sec., Arthur Binkley, Ada.
The descendants of the John P.
and Abraham Augsburger families
will hold their tenth annual reunion
at Lafayette park. Sunday, Aug. 16.
Pres., G. R. Bogart sec., Mrs. H. E.
Patrol Recovers
Car Stolen Here
An automobile belonging to Clyde
Ream, of Orange township, guard at
the Triplett plant, was stolen from
the streets of Bluffton Monday
morning and was recovered Tuesday
night when found by officers of the
state highway patrol at Anna, south
of Wapakoneta on Route 25.
Ream had just completed his
guard duty at the Triplett plant
Monday morning at 8:30 o’clock and
had parked his car near the comer
drug store on Cherry street.
He had left the keys in the car
and when he returned 15 minutes
later the automobile was gone. There
are no clues as to who stole the car
except that some strange young men
were seen loitering in the town early
Monday morning, lx?e Coon, Bluffton
marshal stated.
The car, when found by the patrol,
was not damaged. The gasoline tank
was empty.
Notice—Open every’ Thursday
afternoon and evening until 10 p.
m., for your convenience and can
ning supplies. Don Forche’s Market,
Beaverdam. 18
Wanted—To buy two outdoor toil
ets. Call Bluffton phone 627-Y. 14
Wanted—To rent farm 80 to 120
acres. Experienced, can furnish ref
erences. Gale Shafer, Mt. Cory.
Wanted—Steady or part time
work for high school girl. Inquire
116 S. Jackson St.
Wanted—Substitute carrier for
Toledo Blade paper route. Phone
Wanted—Housework by girl, aged
18, likes to care for children. In
quire 328 Cherry St.
For rent—Garage space for two
cars. See Ed Chamberlain.
For rent—Sleeping rooms for two
girls. Inquire Minerva Beauty Shop.
Notice—The Minerva Beauty Shop
will be closed next week from Aug. 3
to 10.
Wanted—Girl for part time work.
Mrs. David Risser. Phone 278-Y.
For rent—Rooms for girls, one
single, one double. Call phone 348-W.
For rent—Apartment with kitchen
ette also cottage. Phone 467-W, or
inquire W. H. Gratz store.
For sale—New potatoes. Clarence
Steiner, Bluffton phone. tf
For sale—Pure apple cider vine
gar, age and test guaranteed. Morn
ing Star Press. 16
For sale—Barn 24 by 32. Wm.
Badertscher, 1 mile north of town.
For sale—Good cobbler eating
potatoes. J. C. Deppler, Bentley
road. 14
For sale—Outsidp toilet in Bluff
ton, cheap. Inquire W. W. Huber,
209 South Johnson St., Ada.
For sale—Pickles Renown range.
Mrs. Amos Luginbuhl. Phone 548-T.
For sale 45 acres and 125 acres of
land. H. W. Althaus, Phone 374-W.
For sale—Gas rangette, good as
new. Inquire 142 S. Jackson St.
Call evenings.
For sale Barn frame 42 by 26 and
12 ft. high $35. George Schmidt.
For sale—1937 Chevrolet coach in
good condition, good tires. Inquire
167 Riley St. Phone 315-W.
For sale—Good cooking apples. W.
G. Carr, Bluffton phone. 17
Lost—White 17 jewel Waltham
pocket watch at Edwin Niswander’s
fire, Sunday. Reward. Irvin Stein
er, Bluffton.
Found Pocketbook. Owner can
have by identfying same and paying
for advertisement. D. C. Bixel.
Red Cross Branch
To Open Saturday
A new branch of the Red Cross,
to be engaged in making army sur
gical dressings, will open at the
grade school on Saturday, it was
announced this week by Mrs. J. S.
Steiner, director of supplies.
General supervisor of the new unit
is Mrs. A. J. B. Longsdorf with
Mrs. Evan Basinger, Mrs. Harry
Bogart and Mrs. Ralph Stearns, as
sistant supervisors.
Residents wishing to volunteer
their services may come to the
grade building or contact any of the
supervisors, it was announced.
Wednesday Morning
Hogs—160 to 180, $13.80 180 to
250, $14.00 roughs, $11.75 stags,
Calves, $14.00 lambs, $11.25.
Grain (bu. prices)—Wheat, $1.13
corn, 79c oats, 45c soys, $1.55.
The State of Ohio.
Allen County, as.
Estate of Anna E. Agin. Deceased.
Elmer C. Romey has been appointed and
qualified as Administrator of the estate of
Anna E. Agin late of Allen County, Ohio,
Dated this 11th day of July, 1942.
14 Probate Judjje.
A. Hauenstein & Son
The Morning Star Cider
Press will be operated begin
ning Wednesday, August 5th
and every Wednesday there
after until further notice. For
early service always remember
the Morning Star.
We carry a good line of
white oak barrels and kegs,
also jugs.
Sweet cider for sale every
day we operate.
Basinger & Son
It takes more...
than good intentions
If good intentions were a
guarantee of performance and
fulfillment of duties there
would he no occasion for pro
viding a bond—but as long as
uncertainties of the future per
sist. a bond is the surest guar
antee and safeguard. You can
get a bond here easily and
quickly—at modest cost.
U 1 II Bluffton

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