Page 2 Sec. 2—The Tribune-Pre*s, Gouverneur. NY. Augu»t9, 1972 Anniversary observed in DeKalb Junction By VIRGINIA FISCHER Mr. and Mrs. Harry Aiguire celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on Aug. 1 # Harry Aiguire and Annabelle Thompson were married Aug. 1, 1917 in Heuvelton. They farmed in the DeKalb area for many years and since retirement have lived on Hermon Street in DeKalb Junc- tion. They had ten children; Har- old, Ogdensburg; Maurice, Rens- selaer Falls; Mrs. Alfred (Ha- zel) LaKue, Rensselaer Falls; Mrs, Floyd (Helen) Congor, Don- ald, DeKalb Junction; Lyle Rome; Mrs. Lawrence (Joyce) Weaver, Redwood; and Kenneth, Old DeKalb. Two, Clarence and Mary Lou are deceased, Mr. and Mrs* Aiguire have 29 grand- children Kl 1| great-grandchil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence GaVd*. ner are the parents of a daugh- ter, Louise Marie, born July 27. Lena Smith and Arthur Mcln- tosh spent July 30 as guests of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Brown, at their camp at Higley Flow, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Flight and family and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gilbert and family spent July Q to 30 camping at South \* Colton.\ x . Don Webb of Eddy is now boarding with Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Worden. Hermon DeKalb Central School girls, grades nine through twelve, will have annual physicals on Aug. 10 from 11:30 a.m, on. All girls interested in inter- scholastic sports for the 1972- 73 school year are asked to have their physicals on this date. Mrs. Allan Bowerlng, Mrs. Vinton Bowering, Diana and Allan Spent July 27 in Brockville. Nancy Fletcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fletcher Canton, was a July 29 overnight guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Claude Merithew. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Manchester were July 30 evening guests of his daughter, Mrs. Eugene Gil- bert and family. The Ladies Auxiliary of the fire department will meet Aug. . 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the fire sta- tion for their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Laura Aldrich* Canton, was a July 28 luncheon guest of Mrs. Allan Bowering and the Vinton Bowering family. Miss Barbara Morley, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mor- Ed wards (Omitted last week) By MANEEL. HURLEY Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kerr of Perm Yan spent part of last week visiting her mother, Mrs. William Lennox and their daughter, Mrs. John Wood and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ever* of Bellvue, Neb have been spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Stillman Soper and family. The Home Bureau picnic will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Given Aug. 13. The Ladies Society of Sacred Heart Church will meet for Mass at the Church on Tuesday evening, Aug. 8 and the meeting at 7:30 p.m in the Parish Hall. The Firemen's Auxiliary smorgasbord at the Fire Hall was well attended Saturday night; the parade, dance and games also drew a good crowd. Mrs Alice Thompson, Miss Avis Brown, and Mrs. Bonnie Knight gave a bridal shower in honor of Miss Barbara Brown in Pleasant Valley community center Saturday evening, at- tended by about 40 people Delicious refreshments were served, and Miss Brown received many nice gifts. Miss Brown will become the bride on Aug 26 of Geoffrey Jones, Driver Ed In- structor at Edwards Central and Hermon-DeKaib Central Schools under the BOCES program Mr and Mrs Charles Hulzman of Mamara Ont are guests of Mr and Mrs Martin Generoux Mr and Mrs Herman Mayer and Miss Leah Noble visited Mrs Blanch Randall of Dansville three day* the past week 6 Mr and Mrs- Wilson Pernn and family have moved into the former Mildred Pernn home Mr and Mrs McDonald and seven chxldrec have moved into the house vacated by Mr and Mrs Kenneth Towne Mrs Meta Soper arxfdaughter. Sharlene returned Sunday from •ccompamng Mrs Ed DisoteU and daughter* to their new home 3D Fort Mycrt Fla Charles Noble of Masaape«qua. L I. visited his mother. Mrs Lena Noble, and sister. Mrs Vera Davis the past week Pteftaant Valley OW Hone Day was beAd last Suoday with a covered disfc dinner at the community center Mr and Mrs Perpesti of Honda are risxtzog reia^vea and finends in and ae*r Edwards Mn Peapeun u the former Judy Fuller. daughter of Leonard FUiJer aad ;be \MI* Tbec Gore .Puller The fuoera- at Howard Grvec yt IP••—?;, was beid a: the Frencfc FuaeraJ Home Sundiv ifjeraoac * ;tfc Rrv Paui Daraei of- ftoat^ He is the father ai Mn Ovkc P-asrv or* le y# Ogdensburg, spent the week of July 31 with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Worden attended the funeral of Howard Gibbons at Edwards on July 30. Hermon DeKalb Central School band placed second in band com- petition at the Seaway Festival parade in Ogdeneburg on July 29. Heuvelton central placed first and Lisbon central placed third. Mr. and Mrs. ^ugene Gilbert were July 31 evening guests of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morrow and family. Lorraine Morrow was honored on her 14th birth- day. _ July 31 evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Flight in honor of Mrs. Flight's birth- day were Mr. and Mrs./t-&w- rence Flight £ifcd family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward poacher and Steven, JarteVand David Flight. Basil Simm^hs, Sodus, form- erly of DeKalb Junction, recently spent several days with his cous- ins, Grace and Floyd Walrath. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Carvel and, Hugh,, were Mr. Carvel's sisters, Mrs. Agnes Rose, Syracuse, and Sister Mary Marcella, Latham. Mrs. Margaret Edwards and Carl Gilmour, Rensselaer Falls, were July 30 guests of her niece, Mrs. Miiton Marcellus and fam- ily, Rossie, and called on Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Green, Ed- ward sville. Becky Hubbard, Canton was an Aug. 1 luncheon guest of Mrs. Allan Bowering and the Vinton Bowering family. It was reported in this column that Raymond Hendrick had sum- mer employment with the Town of DeKalb, under the Federally- funded Weld program. This was in error as Raymond is not employed by the town of DeKalb. Mr. and Mrs. William Porter, Gouverneur, were Aug, 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gilbert. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Flight and fam- Mly. Arthur Turnbull was scheduled to enter the VA hospital in Syra- cuse on Aug. 6 for surgery. A roast beef dinner, benefit of the Community Center, will be held Aug. 19 from 5 p.m. on at the Grange Hall. New families in the Hermon DeKalb Central school district with children in Kindergarten through grade six are asked to contact the Elementary princi- pal, Mrs. Harriet Provost, to enroll the students prior to the first day of school. Recent visitors of Grace and Floyd W r alrath were Mrs. Mark Hemenway, Natural Dam; Mrs. Premc, Ogdensburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bishop, Spragueville. Mrs. Margaret Edwards, and Howard Hutchison, Ogdensburg, visited his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barr, Wolcott on Aug. 1. On Aug. 2 they visited their cousin, Mrs. Bert Andrews in Wolcott. They were evening .dinner guests of Mrs. Edwards' 'daughter, Mrs. Joe LeBlanc and family, Fulton. The Rev. and Mrs. Vinton Bow- ering and family left Aug. 3 for their home in Exeter, NH., after two weelcs with his mother, Mrs. Allan Bowering. Old Home Day at the Old De- Kalb Methodist Church will be Aug. 20. Guest speaker will be the Rev. Pauline Burdette, a for- mer pastor of the Methodist churches here for three years. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Worden visited her mother, Mrs. McDer*- mott, in Ogdensburg, on Aug. 2. Interested citizens may pick up a copy of the Adult Education program for 1972-73 for the Board of Cooperative Educa- tional Services at the Guidance office at Hermon-DeKaib Cen- tral School. There are three training facilities in St, Law- rence Co; Northwest Tech in Ogdensburg; Southwest Tech, Balmat; and Seaway Area Tech, .Norwood. The BOCES program is designed to provide training for ewe types of adult needs: The fundamental sku'is tc care for personal needs an£/or a com- prehensive training prograrr. to jprepare for employment- Tne iregisrratior. for the fall semes- ter at ai] three cer. ters w;li r«e Sept. 12 and 14 fr-rr. 3 tc 9 p.m. Thirty-:our courses are listed In tr>e brochure. Mrs. He.er. GUnsit;. RN. has been named Head N'jrse Super- visor of tr« Operating Room and Centra. Supply at the E.J. Ncbie Hospitai ir» Gouvernejr, effec- tive juiy X Dtvld Lee Giinski celebrated tiM third tirtrwiiy on July 15. Guests *hc rielped ceiebrtte n;s birthday were .us grandparents, Mr. anc Mrs. Artnjr ar>d aunt Cvr.tr.;*. AVicfon Falls By MARJORIE BAXTER .Mr ADd Mr* Midae* Me Oowr. of Syracuse recently spent <he *ee*er>d »:-\. Mr arx! Mrs Water Baxter ar>d Mr and Mrs James Sberx» Mr and Mrs -Jam** Sber.e visited .us moLTicr arid sifiers a: Around the village of Richville ONE OF THE TREES UPROOTED by fht twisttr wtiich sfmcfc Hermon on Monday at 1:5• p.m. Washington Street rtceivtd the brunt of the destructive forct, but no injuries wtrt reported. MR. AND MRJ. NELSON CARPENTER try to salvage a fiw belongings from therr mobile home on Lazy River Road which was thrown on its side against a tree by the cyclone which hit Hermon Monday afternoon. FINE NEWS NOTES last week) ton-Fine Hospital, Star Lake, July 25, Marie Stevens, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thivierge and family and Mr. and Mrs, Robert Gebo and daugh- ter, Su Petersburg, Fla, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Billings called on Mrs. Elizabeth Webb, Hermon, July 22. Sunday evening visitors of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Aiguire were: Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Stevens, Lor. and Mark, Oswegatchie. Mrs, Ora Johnson, Hermon, spent two nights last week with her aunt, Anna Stevens, Mrs. Edmond Chase, Russell, •was an overnight guest of Anna Stevens recently. _ Callers on Mr. and Mrs, Ger- ald Billings July 26 were Mr. and Mrs. Graf ton Conklin, Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Bowman and Mrs. Bessie Ferris, DeKalb Junction. , Mrs. Donald Arquette, who un- derwent surgery in Mercy Hos- pital, Watertown, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Thornton and daughter of Plattsburghwere weekend guests of her mother, Margaret Titus, the past week- end. Rutherford Sharron, Rome; was guest of his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beach, Oswegatchie for a week. Recent callers on Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beach, were: Glenn Tubbs and Audrey Amo, Oswe- gatchie, Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Newcomb, 6iack Lake, Johnston Newcornb, Myra and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome gnaw, Carthage. Althea Johnson was taken to Carthage Hospital July 23. The Birthday Club met at the home of Minnie Fenton July 24 to help Mrs. Fenton celebrate her birthday. Those attending were Ruth Kerr, Helena Jarvis, Edith Jones, Hiiaa Arnow, Ersel and Barbara Reed, Kathy Ford, Virginia Campbell, Leona and Netti Laionde and Milared Cle- ments. Kim Fen tor. was guest of her Sister and Dr ether-in-i aw Mr. and Mrs. jonr. Perrault and Cory, Star Lake 4 for a wee*. Mr. and Mrs. Dive Zjeisdorf, Heidi and Eric, Cracker Box Roac, anc Mr. and Mrs* O'Brien, Victor., Jacic and Soe Lalonde, Fine, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fentor at their camp Saturday everurxg. Harvey Kerr *as guest of rus grandrr.Dt.Nfr, Racte; Kerr to- days A as: wee*. Mr. and Mrs. George Bormanr and son, Mora**, were over- irughr £jes:s of .^er mciher, Ra- che. Kerr July 22. Mrs, Born-itnr. an- sen re- imained for a weer's vis;: w,th her r.other. Luclncia and WJmi M»:ott, Gotfverneur, were ff-jettf af Ra- che! Kerr for a weer recer.uy. Baker, RccSesrer, were over- night guests erf Rtcnel Kerr, July 2i. Mlrrue F error, and Kim visited Aitr.a Johr.Scn a: C*rt*,a.ge Hot- piral, Jury 26. Around Town Mr. and Mrt. Frac 4 Becrer of One'^at spe-: Surxirv v^zt. Vtr. Becrer't s.s~er, Mrt, Vernt Fis* a: -A; Ca-.nrrv Zaun. TV Becr- ers are ca--r.p-.ag t: Crlaf (omitted By MRS. GERALD BILLINGS Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Bul- lock, Heuvelton, and Roger. Bo- hall, Rochester, called on Mrs. Rachel Finley July 16. Mrs. Keitha Webb, son Jeff and grandson Bradley Soper, all of Edwards called on Rachel. Finley one day the past week. Rachel Finley accompanied Tom Kerr to Ellenburg Depot one day the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thomp- son, Skate Creek left July 29, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert •Thayer and family, Holley, for a few days. Mrs. Wallace Thompson, Gouverneur, was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thomp- son, Skate Creek, July 23. Mr. and Mrs, Myers, Roch- ester, are spending two weeks at their home on Skate Creek. Descendents of the late John and Margaret Kennedy Bell of Iroquois, Ont* met for their an- nual reunion July 16 at the Oasis Campsite near Natural Bridge. . A year ago the reunion was held at Oneonta. Over 200 attended the reunion this year. Many from this area, descen- dents of Elsie Bell Kerr and Alice Bell Kerr Fraser attended the reunion. Those attending were from Canada, New York, Connecticut and Vermont, Those who came the furthest •were Ida Er^ckson, Vancouver, B.C, and Mabel Martin, Spring- water, Saskatchewan. Mr. and Mrs. William Lalonde attended the wedding or their granddaughter, Deborah Lalonde, daughter of Haitie an- the late Harian Lalonde, Rome, to Ed- ward Stockbridge, Saturday, July .15, ar the church of the Annun- ciation, Clark's Mills, and the reception at the Drifrwooci Inn, Rome. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hutton were: Amy Chenard and Dorothy McCombs, Hermon; Doris Ward, Podunk; Betty Ward, Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dem men Sr. and Mrs, -Ber: Demmon Jr., Fine. Mr. and Mrs. Ucyd Hutton visited Mr. ana Mrs. Arnold B-sh, DeKziZ Junction, July 24. The Fine Hone Bureau heid .a special meeting ;r. Fine Town iriai! ju:y 24 :c select projects tzr :he coming year. These at- tending •*ere Mrs. George Hodg- kiss, Mrs. Wali^ce Stowei.,Mrs. G.en Stevens, Mrs. ChanesDav- enper:, Mrs. Dcnaid Wc>oci, Mrs, Dcr.aii Sharjc and Mrs. johr. Be- Mr. aid Mrs. Gerald Billings caUed on Mr. and Mrs. Bower \*a:sor. and Lucy Ha*l one day the past wee it. T w «e Lacues Ajx_Iiary wiU Sold :a -r.eeting ir. Fine Tcwr. Haii at • pjr.. today. Mr. and Mrs. We.cior Bogar- dus Sr. ar>d fami.y, Herrr.on, ca..ed c-r. lus parents Mr. antf Mrs, jenr. Bc-garduf Sunday eve- Ring, Jury 2S. Ar fc -a Srever.s and Mary La Mar. Os*-ega:cr-ie, ca*iec or S4r. iar»d Mrs. Rry K*g-~irt Saturday juA 22. Mrs, Fre£ Rev—ids, Pi % Car*. and Lor:, R>c~v;:> f c*.jec! ^r. her ptre-ts, Mr. arid Sfc-s. Rry A*g--lre ;uN 24. Str. anc V.r*. Frarj: *&:er«, Ver: 5«e*c. k , ?.*, :a..ec yr. Mr. arc Mrs. M;.tc- Syces rece-.:.y. By MRS ROBERT BROWN Mr and Mrs. Joe Demo, Watertown; Mr and Mrs. Fred Castle, Colton and Mary Ruth Marney, Ogdensburg, enjoyed the Old Home Day dinner Sunday at the Richville United Church. Later they called op their cousins, Mr and Mrs. Mert Gray. Mr and Mrs Fred CastU and Mr. and Mrs. Mert Gray were Sunday afternoon visitors of Charles and Clarence Walker. Mr and Mrs Sherman Taylor, Potsdam called on Mr. and Mrs. Mert Gray the evening of July 30. Mrs. Robert Brown and children called on Mrs David Roberts and family the afternoon of July 31 Mrs Ethel Dimon and Mrs. Francis Lauper, Johnstown Road, were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keyes. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown and Rusty were Friday evening visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Keyes Mrs. Edith Keyes and Mrs. Dorothy Tuttle called on Alice Hosmer Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keyes, Jr. and children, Oxbow, enjoyed a barbecue at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles Keyes, Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Steye Patton and Billy called on her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown. Mrs. Frank LaFalce and her mother, Mrs Roy Taylor, at- tended the wedding of her cousin, Jerry Ryder, in Rochester, Saturday Mrs. Taylor is spen- ding the rest of the summer with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Frank LaFalce. Miss Lorie Bottino, Syracuse, is spending a week with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Edward Smith. Mr. and Mrs Edward Smith - and Mary and Lorie Bottino and Mr and Mrs. Larry Allen and children enjoyed a picnic at Grassy Point State Park, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller. Norwood, called Tuesday and Wednesday on Mr. and Mrs. John Miller. Milton Miller, Clinton, caUed on his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Sun- day. Mrs. Ilah Phair, Harold Hayden and Mrs. Joyce Clyde and children called on Mr. and Mrs. John Miller Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Terpstra and children were Sunday af- ternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bush. Tom Bush, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bush called on Roy Bush and Jon Scholton, Black Lake, Saturday. Steve and Lisa Mills spent a few days last week visiting their cousin, Chris Mills, Antwerp. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reed took their daughter, Amy Jo, to Syracuse Wednesday to a training session at the State Fairgrounds She has been chosen to work at the 4-H booth, Cherry Dessert. Amy is one of 27 girls of the state who will be working there in the 4-H area. Anna Frawiey, Watertown, has been spending a ^ew days with Mr and Mrs. Paul Reed and family. Martin Bigelow marched with the Hermon-DeKaib School band in the Ogdensburfe festival Saturday. The band won second place. Mrs John Rummell, Con- necticut, was a Wednesday overnight guest of her son-in-law* and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jloger Venton. Mr. and Mrs Ross Putman, Susan >nd Jim attended the Putman ^reunion held in Morristown, Sunday : Josephine Johnson was a Saturday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Putman and at- tended the Old Home Day on y Frank Clyde, Oswegatchie called on Mrs Joyce Clyde and family Saturday. Mrs Lou Weatherup, Gouverneur, called on her sister, Mrs. Ilah Phair, Wednesday Mrs Ilah Pair and Cindy and Mrs. Joyce Clyde and children enjoyed the horse races and horse pull in Pyrites. Sunday; Saturday evening they had visited the John Miller family. Mrs. Doris Miller. Mattydale and Miss Carmen Bigelow, Watertown, spent the July 29 weekend visiting their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Bigelow ; Mrs Lottie Wood, Watertown, and Mrs. Craig Thomas and daughter. Calcium, were July 29 weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Gore Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hammond. Calcium, were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Gore. Mrs. Myrtle Church, 'Gouverneur, was a Thursday luncheon guest of Mrs. Charles Mellen. Mr and Mrs Charles Lucas, Watertown, were July 27 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mellen; earlier that afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Lucas had called on Mrs. Bertha Melien, Petersons Rest Home, Canton. Mr and Mrs. Charles Mellen attended the Firemen's Field Day Saturday in Edwards and in Degrasse, Sunday They took their son Spec 4 Brent B Johnson to Syracuse, Sunday, where he took a plane to Fort Bliss, Texas, where he will be stationed until January -*,. Ray Roe was a \Saturday overnight guest of Spec. 4 Brent B. Johnson. M**s. Edna Gardner is spending a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bush. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Loucks called on his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Charles Gamble, Fulton, recently. Pam Loucks is spending a few weeks with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gale in Rochester. ,- Jim Loucks is spending^ few days visiting his cousin, Joe Gale at Pleasant Lake. Mrs. Bill Smith, Island Branch Road, her daughter, Mrs Gerald Rose, and son, Natural Dam . Road called on Mrs. Edith Keyes, Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Davis attended the Putman reunion held at Frank Putman's camp, Morristown, Sunday; later, Mr. and Mrs. Davis called on their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Gary Davis and family, Pgdensburg, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William- Karolyi and family, Rensselaer Falls- Mr, and Mrs. Donald Fifield and daughter called on Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis, Monday evening Mr and Mrs. Sherman Taylor, Potsdam and Ethel Willard, Richville. called on Mr and Mrs. Carl Taylor. Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Meredith Jones attended the funeral of her cousin, Lynn Briggs. Fayet- teville, at Saint Marys Cathedral, Ogdensburg, Thursday forenoon. They were Monday and Tuesday guests of their daughter. Mrs. Henry Goldacker and children at 1000 island Park. Bobby, Charlene and Darlene Brown were July 28 afternoon guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Jane Yerdon, while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, Emerson, Alfred Brown attended the funeral of Bobby's godfather, Bill Putman, in Hermon. Marion Reynolds attended a summer orientation session at State University College in Potsdam July 23 to 25. She also attended a training session July 26 at the State Fair grounds, Syracuse, in Consumer Education for the 4-H booth. Mr. and Mrs. Murry Yerdon enjoyed a trip to Ogdensburg, Waddington, and Black Lake Sunday. They attended a fair- workers meeting at the American Legion Home Monday GIANT TUBULAR BEOONIA. grown by Mrs. Frances Black- mer, Circle Inn Trailer Park. The deep red blossoms on this IS-inch high plant measure a little more than six inches across. Mrs. Blackmer has grown these plants for years both in Texas *n4 New York State and has never seen one as large. The bulb, planted in a window box, was purchased this year. 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