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THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1950
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ADDING MACHINE CO
G. E. Appliance
Is Always
Appreciated
Toasters
Steam Irons
Mixers
Waffle Irons
Sandwich Grills
Clocks
Tidy Sweepers
Heating Pads
Radios
Phone 34j
For Last Minute Shi ppers!
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MARSHALL &
N. Main St.
Bluffton’s Home Appliance
To Our Frieiids
It is the friendship and thoughtf
patrons our friends that 1
possible for each of us in this or
enjoy the Christmas spirit to its
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
The Palomino
In Technicolor
JEROME COURTLAND BEVEI
SUNDAY MONDAY
The Traveling Saleswoman
JOAN DAVIS ANDY DEyINE
MATINEE SUNDAY continuous frdm 3 P. M.
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
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HEDY LAMARR JOHN HODIAK
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by th^Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: Year, $2.50
six months, $1.50 anywhere in U. S.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 8, 1879.
For the Miss—Wool gloves and
mittens. The Lape Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stearns and sons
of Lima were guests, Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Stearns of Spring
street.
Mrs. Bessie Edgecomb of Worth
ington spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Fisher and family.
For the Miss—Size 3 to 6X nylon
slipover sweaters, neon colors, only
$2.98. The Lape Co.
Sophomore high school class
Christmas cookie sale, Friday, Dec
ember 22. For orders and delivery
phone 465-T or 145-R.
Paul Schnegg of Plymouth, Mich.,
visited over the week end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schnegg
of East College avenue.
All kinds of markers and monu
ments. Prices right. Samuel Bixel,
409 S. Main, Bluffton, Ohio. 41
Flower arrangement calendar for
1951. Have a few left yet. 52 ar
rangements plus a daily record of
engagements. Only $1. Herr’s
Flowers & Seeds, 123 S. Lawn.
Phone 339-W.
3b
Mrs. Levi Hauenstein of South
Lawn avenue is spending the holi
days with Mr. and Mrs. Orville
Badertscher and family of North
Manchester, Ind.
Snow suits for the miss, sizes 6
to 10, two-piece, zipper pocket, slack
style pants now $10. The Lape Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Clements visit
ed Sunday at the home of his father
G. J. Clements at Van Buren.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Baumgartner
of South Main street will entertain
as their guests on Christmas day:
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Cunningham and
children of Rocky River Mr. and
Mrs. Lysle Baumgartner of Misha
waka, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Bogart of Cherry street.
David Stearns of Heidelberg col
lege, Toffin, is spending the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Stearns of Spring street.
Sophomore high school class
Christmas cookie sale, Friday, Dec
ember 22. For orders and delivery
phone 465-T or 145-R.
Do not forget the Tumbl-Tog line
of children’s play clothes. The
Lape Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Farnsworth
and family formerly of Bluffton have
moved from Seattle of San Diego,
Calif., where he is a designing
engineer for Vultee Consolidated Air
craft. Their address is 2356 W.
Jewett St., San Diego. Mrs. Farns
worth is the former Mary Alice
Geiger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Millen Geiger of South Lawn avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Tripplehom of
South Main street have as their
holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Newland and two daughters of
Columbia, Mo., and Dr. Jason Tripple
horn of Hartford, Conn.
Mr. and Mi's. Ira Gamer and
Robert West of Toledo will be week
end and Christmas day guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Cliff West of South Lawn
avenue.
For the little Miss—“Matys” knit
i suits and knit dresses, washable and
no-shrink at $2.98 and $3.98 The
Lape Co.
Miss Roberta Biery, instructor in
the Northfield School for Girls, East
Northfield, Mass., is spending the
holidays at her home here.
Christmas candies, big selection of
chocolate and home made candies,
fruits, nuts, fresh roasted peanuts,
cigars and cigarettes, all make fine
Christmas gifts. Big stock on hand.
Come here and get your money’s
worth. Hankish Fruit store.
The growing Miss—Tom Girl jun
ior pajamas, made of soft downy
outing, sizes 8 to 16, at $2.98 and
$3.98. The Lape Co.
Bluffton Hospital
DECEMBER 13
Discharged—Vernon Suter, Colum
bus Grove.
DECEMBER 14
Discharged—Mrs. Edw. Lauck and
son, McComb Mrs. W. A. Amstutz,
Jr., Indianapolis, Ind.
DECEMBER 15
Admitted—Mrs. Alpha Steinman,
Jenera.
Discharged—Mrs. Ralph Beach
and daughter, Ada Mrs. Byron
Boehm and daughter, Dunkirk.
DECEMBER 18
Admitted—Mrs. Rose Ireton, Ada.
Discharged—Mrs. John Long, Ada.
DECEMBER 19
Admitted—Mrs. Lucy Nemire, Ot
tawa.
Discharged—Mrs. John Herrmann
and son, Bluffton Mrs. Ray Core,
Jr., and son, Pandora.
DECEMBER 20
Discharged—Mrs. Howard Schoon
over and daughter, Findlay Mrs.
Bernard Baumgartner and son, Pan
dora Mrs. Eugene Porter and son,
Mt. Cory Mrs. Inez Dukes, Findlay.
The world faces a wool shortage.
Economists advise planning for
fertilizer purchases well ahead of
time in 1951 to avoid local tempor
ary shortages.
THE BL JFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
Club*, £pdye
and Societies
Presbyterian Social Club
Meeting and white elephant gift
exchange at the home of Mrs. Morris
Triplett, Thursday night at 8 o’clock.
Richland Grange
Christmas party next Tuesday
night. Bingo and white elephant gift
exchange. Each family bring some
25 cent gift for adults, 10c gift for
children.
Christmas Party
Bluffton hospital nurses held their
annual Christmas party in the
Nurses dining hall, Friday evening,
with 38 present. The evening’s
program included a short play depict
ing Christmas in other lands direct
eed by Mrs. Doris Hammon follow
ed by a gift exchange, and visit
from Santa Claus.
Progressive Mothers Club
Club members will give a Christ
mas party for their children in St.
John’s Reformed church next Tues
day night at 7:30 o’clock. A gift
exchange has been arranged and
mystery sisters will be revealed.
In charge of arrangements are
Mrs. Margaret Steiner, Mrs. Helen
Anderson. Mrs. Lavonne Crawfis and
Mrs. Bernice Deerhake.
Bethesda Societies
W. S. W. S. and L. A. S. held an
all day Christmas meeting at the
home of Mrs. Florence Scothorn last
Wednesday with a potluck dinner at
noon.
Mrs. Freeman Basinger It'd the
devotional program and Mrs. Ami
Pifer was chairman of the business
session followed by a gift exchange.
Brownies go Caroling
A group of 46 Brownies, newly
organized junior branch of the Girl
Scouts sang Christmas carols to
shutins and patients at Bluffton
hospital, Saturday night. Later they
enjoyed refreshments in the Metho
dist church dining room.
Officers of the organization are
Pres., Donita Luginbill secretary,
Judy Frankhouser treasurer, Patty
Urich scribe, Bonnie Edie.
The next meeting will be held the
first week in January.
Holiday Wedding
Wedding of Miss Janice Murray,
onlv daughter of Supt. of Schools
A. B. Murray and Mrs. Murray of
Cherry street to William Millberg ot
Philadelphia, son of Dr and Mrs.
Wm Millberg of Ashtabula will take
place in the Presbyterian church here
Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o clock.
Rev. W. McIntire, pastor of the
church will officiate in an open
church ceremony.
Miss Murray, a graduate of Ohio
State university is studying voice in
Philadelphia and appearing profes
sionally on radio and television.
Mr. Millberg. a graduate of Ohio
State University is a student in Jef
ferson Medical college, Philadelphia.
Mothers Night Out Club
Christmas gift exchange will be
held at the home of Mrs. Esther
Anderson, Thursday night. Officers
for the coming year will be elected.
Rockport
Mrs. Walter Cupp was hostess to
the Pastime club of Columbus Grove
Thursday evening of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mayberry left
Saturday for a vacation trip to var
ious points in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Reagan and
little son Randy of Dayton were
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Campbell and Mr. and Mrs.
William Reagan.
The annual Christmas party and
gift exchange of Farm and Home
Advisory Council will be held in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Marsh
all Wednesday evening of next week.
The annual Christmas program at
the Presbyterian church will be giv
en this Thursday evening, Dec. 21 st.
The play, “Christmas at Barney
McGee’s,” a two act Christmas com
edy, will be presented. All are cor
dially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lehman and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lehman and
little daughter of near Wooster mo
tored here Sunday to spend the day
with Mr. and Mrs. John Burkholder.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Campbell were
among those who attended the 5th
annual Allen county dairymen’s ban
quet held in the H. S. cafeteria in
Elida last Wednesday evening. Thur
man Miller, Wilmington humorist,
entertained the group following the
banquet.
Mrs. Glen Huber is at the home
of her daughter Mrs. William Flick
in Lima assisting in the care of the
little grandson who recently arrived.
Mrs. Mary Sylvester and Loren Hu
ber were Sunday afternoon callers in
the Flick home.
Mrs. J. C. Begg, Mrs. Irene Cupp
and Mrs. D. C. Campbell were guests
at a meeting of the New Century
club held in the home of Miss Em
ma Basinger in Columbus Grove
Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Alice Bodell has been a guest
in the home of her son George
Harshe in Toledo for the last few
weeks.
Mrs. Irene Cupp and daughter
Marjorie of this place and Richard
Cupp of Columbus are planning to
spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
Roscoe Aiderman and children James
and Ardaith at their country home
near Youngstown.
At a meeting of the Presbyterian
Missionary society held in the home
of Mrs. Irene Cupp last Wednesday
afternoon, the following officers were
installed for the coming year in an
impressive service by Mrs. L. W.
McIntire. President, Mrs. D. C.
Campbell 1st vice president, Mrs.
Walter Marshall 2nd vice president,
Mrs. Alvin Dunlap 3rd vice presi
dent, Miss Edythe Cupp secretary,
Mrs. Guy Mayberry treasurer, Mrs.
Glen Huber secretary of Literature,
Mrs. J. O. Cupp secretary Overseas
Sewing, Mrs. John Burkholder sec
retary of Social Education and Ac
tion, Mrs. Nelson Wells secretary
of Christian Education, Mrs.. Wil
liam Cupp Presbyterian Homes,
Mrs. Glen Mayberry.
WANT-ADS
sale—Fryers, dressed,
For
ready
for the pan or live weight. Dressed
roasting hens. ^enneth Bracy.
Phone 395-T.
New Home sewiig machines at
Waitermire’s.
American Legion) auxiliary bake
sale, Saturday, Dedembei’ 23 at 10
a. m. in Hankish rdom. 36
Have your davenport and chair
cusions rebuilt Murray Upholster
ing shop, Thurman St., Bluffton
phone. tf
For sale—New and used Ferguson
and Ford Ferguspn tractors and
equipment also
Tractor Sales,
phone 143.
repairs. Steiner
Pandora. Pandora
are now obtainable
Gift
Ballerina Dolls
in any matching color trim,
wrapped in cellophane. Price only
50c. By mail 61jc postpaid. Mrs.
Robert Benroth, 6512 S. Main street.
Phone 342-Y. tf
Wanted—To buy all kinds of good
clear solid standing timber. Highest
prices paid. We buy all kinds of
good native timber. Phone Red-257
or write John Athn Lumber Co., Ada,
Ohio. 45
For rent—Storage space for house
hold goods, clean and dry. Inquire
Bluffton News office. tf
For sale—Combination storm win
dows, wood or metal also metal
awnings, canopy or Venetian adjust
able type. For
W. J. Reagan,
472.
free estimate call
Beaverdam phone
tf
Rugs, carpets and upholstered fur
niture cleaned right in your own
home. Nonnamaker Rug Cleaning
Co., 306 S. Jackson St Phone
465-T. tf
Washer service—Wringer rolls and
parts, new and used washers. Verl
Reichenbach, Beaverdam phone 542.
tf
For sale—Potatoes. Arthur Miller,
Bluffton phone 537-Y.
For sale Potatoes.
Steiner, Bluffton phone.
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Clarence
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Do not forget the Tumbl-Tog line
of children’s play clothes. The
Lape Co.
See Lester Hahn for piano tuning
and repair also all kinds of musical
instruments repaired. Please remem
ber I have been repairing musical
instruments for 25 years and hold a
diploma from the largest and best
school of piano tuning in the world.
I also have a full stock of accessories
and one of the best equipped repair
shops in Ohio. Lester Hahn, 488
West Elm St. Phone 227-Y. tf
Lewyt cleaners $t Waitermire’s.
Work gloves, cheaper by the dozen.
Geiger & Diller. tl
C. Bame Realty $ Auction service,
300 N. Main, Findlay. Phone 4543-J.
Ask us when you buy, sell or auction
real estate and chattels. C. Warren,
associate and auctioneer, R. R. 1,
Bluffton. Phone 546-R. tf
Movie projectors at Waitermire’s.
American Legion auxiliary bake
sale, Saturday, December 23 at 10
a. m. in Hankish room. 36
Lionel trains at Waitermire’s.
For sale—Large heating plant fan.
Could be very easily adapted for
corn dryer purposes. Property or
lethodist church.
the Beaverdam
Write or call Roy
Lima. Phone 10-8!
Herr, R. R. 5,
1. 37
)me ladies wash
I at Waitermire’s.
More Happy
frocks at only $2.9
Wanted—Janitor.
Board of Beavi
church will receive
ber 31 for someo!
work at the churcl
phone Roy Herr,
10-821.
For sale—Good coc
apples. Augsburger’j
miles south of town.
For sale—Fryers
dressed and deliverei
Cecil Hartman, phone
Wanted—Odd jobs
rates by members o
Hi-Y club. We
out ashes or do
which you have
office or shop,
service call Clarence
313-T.
The Official
rdam Methodist
bids until Decern
te to do janitor
Write or tele
5, Lima. Phone
37
raltermire’s.
pected gladiolus
Doll houses at
Give state ins
bulbs for Christmas
whole family car
Flowers & S
A gift that tne
enjoy. Herr’s
Phope 339-W. 36
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G. E. tpasiirb'
Good cdoki
Augsburgev
south of town.
Waitermire’s,
eating apples.
farm, 2 miles
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3 and 5 inch
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Fruit
Use Laceion ribblm
Christmas packages!
widths. All colors. I
& Seeds, 123 S.
339-W.
Herr’s Flowers
Lawn. Phone
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cing and eating
Fruit Farm, 2
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and roasters
on Saturday.
534-R.
at reasonable
the Bluffton
snow, carry
|her odd jobs
Id the house,
satisfactory
lieiner, phone
shovi
any
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Basketballs and gos
mire’s.
Snow suits for the
to 10, two-piece, zipper
style pants now $10. TAe Lape Co.
Isl at Walter-
(iss, sizes 6
heket, slack
More Mitzi dresses, sizqs 6 months
to 12 years from $1.98 at Waiter
mire’s.
For the little Miss—“M^atys” knit
suits and knit dresses, washable and
no-shrink at $2.98 and $3.98 The
Lape Co.
For sale—10 planks 2 inches by 12
inches by 16 feet. Bluffton Slaw
Cutter Co.
Emerson radios at Waitermire’s.
Lions Club Holds
Christmas Dinner
Annua] Christmas program of the
Bluffton Lions club was featured at
a ladies night dinner in the Walnut
Grill Tuesday evening.
Rev. and Mrs. Paul Clark present
ed a chalk talk embodying an in
spirational, old-fashioned Christmas
message at the dinner, and the en
tire group joined in singing the tra
ditional carols of the Yuletide.
Richland Center
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and
son Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Marquart and daughter Barbara and
Mr. and Mrs. John .Hirschfield were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Hirschfield and son Jimmy
of Lima.
Mrs. Martin Burkholder and
daughter Pamela spent Thursday
evening at the Warren Moser home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin,
Mrs. Mabel Hilty, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Hilty and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Carr were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ream
of Lima.
Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl spent the
week end with Mrs. Kenneth Lugin
buhl and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Donivan Moser and
daughter Stephanie spent Sunday
evening with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Armin Diller of Col. Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and
daughter Sharon spent Sunday even
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Harold West
and daughter Marilyn of Cairo.
Mrs. Sam Kohler and daughter
Madaline are spending the winter in
Lima with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Frid
ley.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Luginbuhl
spent Sunday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Moser.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin
were Sunday evening supper guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schaublin
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Burkholder
spent Sunday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. Donivan Montgomery and dau
ghter Connie.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marquart
called at the Mrs. Amos Luginbuhl
home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Olt and daughters of Cairo.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dillman and
daughter Marilyn and' son Jimmie
spent Sunday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. John Barnhart.
Mrs. Joe Follas spent several days
with her father Mr. Sam Basinger
of Col. Grove. Mrs. Basinger was
removed from the Lima hospital
Sunday to the home of her sister in
Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilty spent
Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Schaublin.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Hartman and Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Badertscher and daughter
Connie.
Christmas program of Emmanuel’s
Evangelical & Reformed church will
be given Christmas night at 8:00
o’clock. Everybody welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Reno Gratz spent
Sunday afternoon with Ernest Gratz
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Core and
family.
SHORTS AND MIDDLINGS
Ohio, largest sheep producer west
of the Mississippi, has cut sheep
numbers in half since 1940.
Ohio State University now offers
best soil-testing facilities science has
discovered.
There is strong indication egg
producers will not receive price sup
ports in 1951. Supports will con
tinue the remainder of this year at
present levels.
For rent—First floor apartment, 4
rooms and bath, garage.l Immediate
possession, phone 316-W.l
Girls Mitzi blouses on y $1.98 at
Waitermire’s.
The growing Miss—To:
ior pajamas, made of
outing, sizes 8 to 16, al
$3.98. The Lape Co.
For the Miss—Wool
mittens. The Lape Co.
Carrom boards at Wa
For sale—Bed, con]
springs good condition. I
For sale—Tenderized
chickens for the holidayl
Friday. Average/ 6 Ibi
Phone 643-W. V 4
Wanted—ToAlb baby
care fof children by the 1
649-W ^rjMvrite Zoa W
Box 167/Bluffton, Ohio.
Toy accordions at Wa
For sale—1941 Ford
motor, good radio and hi
Edgar Geiger, Pandora
Christmas light bulbs
at Waitermire’s.
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Service offered, cloth
tons (latest combinati
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Phone 409-T.
termire’s,
jupe rebuilt
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streets. Finder return to
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1950 Powerglide Sport
Sedan
1950 Chevrolet Bel Air
1918 Chevrolet Club Coupe
1918 Chevrolet Townsedan
1916 Chevrolet Sport Sedan
1941 Ford Tudor
1941 Plymouth Tudor
Steiner Chevrolet
Sales & Service
Bluffton, Ohio
When You Plan Your Holiday
Trip...Plan to
with a
GREYHOUND
ROUND-TRIP
TICKET
IFFTON tor
N. Main St.
a Girl jun
10ft downy
$2.98 and
gloves and
termire’s.
plete with
hone 635-R.
caponette
On* Round
Way Trip
Chicago, Ill
Detroit, Mich
Miami, Fla.
New York
Philadelphia
(Tax
$ 4.65 $ 8.40
3.05 5.50
22.85 41.15
ty 14.75 26.55
13.00
extra)
23.40
You save an extra 10% or more
each way, when^you buy round
trip tickets. Aijd you’ll enjoy
extra comfort and frequent,
convenient schedules going
Greyhound, tot
TERMINAL
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Phone 170-W
GREYHOUND
REXALL DR
GREYHOUND
NOTICE
Special discoant 80c per ton
on all coal delivered after July 24,
if payment is made yvithin 30 days
from date of delivery.
STAGER'S WAt k/Df
SAHTA-*
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AWHILE/
Delivery
., dressed.
Reward,
orch gate,
wfi avenue.
Wanted—Collapsible pc
Harry Minck, 152 S. Lav
For the Miss—Size 3 tol6X nylon
slipover sweaters, neon cokrrs, only
$2.98. The Lape Co.
Doll buggies at Waitermire’s.
Emerson television sets at Waiter
mire’s.
Says Santa, “Here’s what I
call heat,
And that’s a gift I ca|
plete.
I’ll stay and warm my
and feet.’’
com-
hands
al
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Santa is right—good
the finest possession
able. Folks must hav
Those who want to t,
most for tkeir money bu their
coal of us. Present your family
with Wintertime comfo^.
agin
heat.
the
HOWARD STAMP
COAL YARD
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