Millsboro High School - Blue Devil Yearbook (Millsboro, DE)

 - Class of 1954

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vig? BRI QXX IN A PPRECIATION Q, "TLV '95 iv' 8- Vle the semors of the Class of lf' 14 vush to ex press our smcere gr'1t1tude to the followmg members of the faculty Mr Ieslle Tlmmons our pI'1l'lC1pdl for h1s assxstanre on our Year Rook md gL1ld'l!'lCC throughout our school l1fe M1ss Sue Baynaxd and Mrs ln our pliw Xunt Cathle s Cat 1 success Nlrs Laura Ward o 1: home room teacher for hu under standmg and hex 1SS1EtlHC'E'lII all our C1859 prolects 1 x , I . ,V 1 r ' 7 , - ' . ' 1 V A . - I ', 1 1 . ' -5 ' 1 . ' , Isabelle Buhl, for their effort and assistance in mak- ' g aj "f ' ' ' " . Q 3 . . L K . , 1 . , , I , , . .- x x 1 -A , .il- .11- ll X TR HON ! NB ,X XX l if C M FXCULTY FRONT ROW lLeft to R1ghtI Mrs M1tche11 Mrs Hastmgs Mrs Hudson Mlss Dobson Mrs Elhs Mr Txmmons Prmcxpal Mrs Hexm Mrs Qu11len Mrs Moffett Mrs Buhl Mrs Long SECOND ROW Mr Shawda Mr Burton Mr Remel Mr Johnson Mr Edsall Mr Graham Mr Cowell Mr Co111ns Mr He1m Mrs Ward Mrs Pepper Mrs Wh1te W,- Q0 Q49 C 0 K l Mrs. Csroy, Mrs, Graaf, Miss Baynaro, . A ' sw- f s 25 O ' - f X fm! 5 EQ ,, M. I F' I I 1' rs Nm E, 'U J in 5 X ,H X. T ,j X LQ 3 Q "fling EQ YEL!! N W v V Q X SENIORS wr- f FRONT ROW KLeft to Rightl Norma Lee Hudson Grace Ryan Carolyn Layton Mona Lawson Anna Mae West GeraldMoore Max1neHudson EllenMaude Hit chens Nancy Townsend Thelma Jean Wooten Doris Elliott Shirley Whaley SECOND ROW Lee RoyW1l kerson Jimmie Phillips Robert White Linford At kins Richard Mumford Mary Lou T1mmons Anne Rudisill Kathleen Schroeder Jane Rutter Dale Short Eugene Brewington Fred Burton Wayne Smith Mrs. Ward. 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Pres. of Freshmen and Senior Classesg Student Council Rep- resentative 1 yr. gStudentCoun- cil Pres. 1 yr. gEditor in Chief of Yearbookg Football 2 yrs.: Captain of Football 1 yr.g Bas- ketball 4 yrs. 2 Baseball 3 yrs, g "Bill Pryor" in Senior Playg Play Book Committeeg "Peter" in University Delaware Play Festivalg Academicg To attend and graduate from College. -I :- 213' 'llai 1 K YQ. 1 1 A- YEARBOOK STAFF M 41'-, he Left to Right Lmford Atkins Doris Elliott Leslie Timmons advisor 'J' . -R2 x 5 .5 O C 'H p 5 ff f4 . E J- l-I x ' ' . E- ff if A Ad Richard Mumford, Mona Lawson, and Gerald Moore. , I WILLIAM LINFORD ATKINS L1nt Ye Gads Baseball 4 yrs Football 2 yrs Pollceman 1n Sen1or Class Play Representatlve to Boys State 1953 Representatlve to Student Counc1l Junior Yr Member of Yearbook Staff Pres of Movle Commlttee Ju n1or Yr General'To be a suc cess wxthout workmg EUGENE BREWINGTON Gene Now you qu1t Football 1 yr Baseball 2 yrs General To have a blg t1me T FRED JAMES BURTON Burt Legs You better belleve that FFA 3 yrs Football 2 yrs Vocatlonal Agr1culture To be a farmer ' A 7 , ' V' V . ' A 1? I. .V 1 fp Q '15 - lg ' -f .V X " I 4 ' 1 I I 1 l I I I F l I 1 7 I I I ' I l I I ' 7 l 1 F . : . 5 , . . 2 0 . 2 ' . 3 . 5 3 . 2 1 ' - : I ' -I S I 3 1 - DORIS LILLIAN ELLIOTT Tooty I don t know MISSWRIRBF 1nSen1orClass Play GleeClub 4yrs F H A lyr Drarnaucs Club lyr Commerclal To be happy ELLEN MAUDE HITCHENS Maudle My land Aunt Cath1e 1nSen1or Class Play Secretary 1n Senlor Year V1ce Pres1dent IH Sophomore V1ce Pres1dentF H A lyr Debate Club 1 yr Dramat1c Club 1 yr Basketball l yr Softball 1 yr Glee Club 4 yrs Mlss Trot ln Umversxty of Delaware Play 1953 Commer c1al To love every momentl l1ve MAXINE HUDSON Maggle Wnat Q that Student Counc1l Representa t1ve 9th Basketball lyr Man ager of Basketball Team 1 yr yrs Dramatlcs Club lyr Debate Club 1 yr L1z Pry 1n Senlor Class Play Representatwe of G1rls State 1953 V1ce Pres1dent ofSen1or Class F H A Parl1amentar1 an 1 yr Mlss Carrle Ells worth 1n UIl1V9!'S1ty of Dela ware Play 1953 Commerc1al To l1ve a successful andhappy 1 e 3 5 li ,I " . .A is Mernber of Year Book Staffs Year: President F, H, A. lyr.: Glee Club 4 y-rs.3 F. H. A. 2 . : I , .1 OF" ' ' . I 3 l'f . f NORMA LEE HUDSON Babydoll Basketball 4 yrs Softball 4 yrs G1eeClub4 yrs F H A 2 yrs Flrst A1d Club 1 yr Industrlal Art Club lyr T1 ly Pltts 1nSen1orC1ass Play Representatlve ofG1rls State 1953 Capta1nofG1rl s Basket ball 12th Treasurer of 10th V1ce Pres1dent of llth Sec retary ofF H A 12th Gener al To Joxn the WAFS and work myself up to the hlghest posl t1on his MONA G LAWSON CAROLYN LAYTON Lawson Layton Basketball 3 yrs Glee Club 4 yrs Band 4 yrs County Band 3 yrs Dramatlc Club I yr Debate Club lyr B H A lyr Play Book Comm1t tee Member of the Year Book Staff Aunt Jane 1ntheSen1or Class Play Academ1c To be happy and to make others hap G1eeClub3yrs F H A lyr Softball 4 yrs Prompter 1n Semor Class Play Make up 1n Semor Class Play Treasurer ln l0th General L1ve love and learn lx fjyuba . 1 'wi' 'll f '7ffa'5:' 'lf-5, 0 MV' . "Hi ya Baby" "Darn it all" "Ye gads" 'il .g " .5 1. . ' 2 ' s . .2 ' - ' s 1 ' . . . 1 0 4 I ' py' I . lp . . C, C Q. 1- ls 'Q ,L -3- ,T . .-of Q' RICHARD MUMFORD Dog Stop It Basketball 4 yrs Baseball 4 lyr FFA 1yr ArtCub 1 yr Jose 1n Senior Class Play General To be a suc cessful lover --il 4 J '3 JAMES PHILLIPS J1mm1e Daggone ANNE RUDISILL Ann1e Gee! K1d Band 4 yrs County Band 3 Usher at Seruor Play Cheer 3 yrs F F A Pres1dent 1 General To be successful 1n y Vocat1ona1 Agrlculture the future To become a successful far mer A 'X -rl" , qi KV I I 7, I ' 1 ' L I I ,P V . , - 0 0 l yrs.: Football 1. yr.: Soccer yrs. gGleeClub2 yrs. 3 F. F.A. leader 1 yr,g F, H. 1 yr,g .z . . . . z 1 . : . . . ' 1 ' . I 4 1 on ' I.. : ' ' z . vf f l. 1 T in A 'f ' J 4 42 'C '7' ' F.-ff-3. v .Rx 'J t' 5" ,g tu -4 5 2 -A , A 1. ,, , ag Ol 1 - M , . -H A I I ' ws! f- .. . 'N -el o f ,fff - nfs' I. JANE RUTTER Jan1e Aw the heck with em Marla 1n Seruor Play Gen eral To graduate Q GRACE IRENE RYAN Hot Rod 1 Glee Club 3 yr Basketball 4 yr Softball 4 yrs Fxrst A1d Club 1 yr F H A lyr Industmal Art Club 1 yr V8I'f1S1l'1g commlttee and t1cket committee fo r Semor Play General To be a career gxrl KATHLEEN SCHROEDER Kat Oh shoot now look Glee Club 2 yrs H A Make up ln Sen1or Play Com merc1al To be successful 1n doxng ln only what Iwant to do 25 ' 1 R Ag , I ll llG'tlI ll , , ll " " ' "z - .3 ' .:F. . . 2 3 . .2 .1 ' yrs. g Industrial ArtClub 1yr.: . . ,... I: Ad: ' : . u 'P' Ji A '-E ' 1- .. ,, y DALE REESE SHORT WAYNE SMITH What the heck Want a r1de Baby? Footballlyr FFA 3yrs F FA 3 yrs Baseball3 Sound effects ln Semor Play yrs Sound effects 1n Senior Vocatxonal To get along in hfe Play Vocational Agriculture very well To get a woman anytune I de s1re l MARY LOU TIMMONS And Away We Go Debate Club 1 yr Dramatic Club 1 yr Glee Club 4 yrs Softball lyr Basketballlyr Secretary in 10th Secretary 1n 11th F H A 2 yrs Sec retary A Treasurer of Student Council 1 yr Grandma in Un1vers1ty of Delaware Play Usher at Senior Play Business Manager of Semor Play First Aid Club l yr General To be a success "Shorty' ' "Smitty' ' ' 'Louie' ' n Il il ' : l l NANCY TOWNSEND ANNA MAE WEST SHIRLEY WHALEY Nanny Debate Club 1 yr Dramat1cs Clublyr FHA lyr Gee Club 4 yrs Mlss Moran 1n Umversxty of Delaware Play Fest1va1 T1cket Manager Semor Play Commerclal To Be an effxclent Secretary Westy Band 5 yrs County Band 3 yrs Glee Club 4 yrs County Chorus 2 yrs Basketball 3 yrs Dramatlc Club 1 yr F H A lyr Treasurer of F H A lyr Treasurerofllth and 12th grades PlaybookCom m1ttee To do well all that I undertake Academ1c The K1d Glee Club 1 yr Prompter of Semor Class Play Make up of Sen1or Class Play Cornmer c1al To do everythlng posslble ln a l1fet1me l .2 TN I I ' soft X A ??"" "Gosh Sakes" "Confound it" "What the heck" .5 . . ' ,. .3 1 .5 I J .5 ' H 1 - 4: fc' Q ROBERT J WHITE LEE ROY WILKEHSON THELMA JEAN WOOTTEN Whitey Wxlk Half P1nt That s a matter of op1n1on School Band 5 yrs County Glee Club 2 yrs State Chor us I yr County Chorus 2yrs Baseball 4 yrs Basketball 4 yrs Soccer 1 yr Football lyr Pres of 10th 8: h Secretary of 9th Mr Dav1d Brent 1n Semor Class Play Academlc To be successful 1n everythmg that I undertake and be an asset to the commun 1 I don t know F A s Sec of F ture To contmue to l1ve on the farm take lt easy and make plenty of money That s cute as cotton Dotty 1nSen1or Play Inez Club 1 yr I-hstorxan 1n F H A 1 y Glee Club 4 yrs F H A 2 yrs Commercxal To have a successful happy l1fe and many fr1ends -I F. . . 3yI'.j . .F. " "Q I SH H Band 3 yr'S.1StHt9 Band 1 yr.: A. 1 yr.: Vocational Agricul- in Delaware Playg Dramatics U.: I J 'S In . I - F- 2. 1, ' 'E lf: . H Ili : ' ' .I .ty. + W .--f ,,,, CLASS PLAY AUNT CATHIE S CAT On December 4 and 5 Aunt Cathie s Cat a three act mystery comedy was presented by the Senior Class B111 Pryor KGerald Moore! a real estate agent shows the Norfleet Mansion to the Trimble family who have prospects of renting it Miss Jane Tr1mblefMona Lawson! a sedate spinster and the head of the family IS persuaded to rent the house by her two nieces Peggy KAnna Mae West! and Dorothy lThe1ma Jean Wootten! who has a yen for read mg While the family tours the house Cath1eTr1mble lEllen Maude Hitchens! does some sleuthing and is determined that there is something mysterious in the house While the family is out of the living room two ghostly Spanish ser vants Maria and Jose Garcia Uane Rutter and Richard Mumford! who are looking for their money appear The Trimble s ma1d Tilly Pitts QNorma Lee Hudson! likes allmen and finally runs off with the know-it-all officer CLin- ford Atkins!. An agent for kitchen utensils QDoris Elliott! the gas man lLee Roy Wilkerson! and the injured man Uames Phillips! add to the mystery, Peggy who falls in love with Bill learns through her conversation with him that his sister is her old friend Liz lMaxine Hudson!, When Mr David Brent KRobert White! the owner of the house enters the plot the reason for the mysterious happenings is found After the money is found and everyone has left David and Jane old Sweethearts begin their romance again. 3 era d Moor Prophecy 2 5 and Hush ed en-peck ea Robert VS hlte Q Great Crooner WO I9 S y 'U OI' QE- 90 Bred Burton 3' Q 636 I roud Papa QI K Q y X92 Dor1sEll1ott Maxlne Hudson Ladx C,omed1an Swan Creek Swlmrner Gracy Ry an Shlrley Whaley Ann Rud1s11l Mlss Amerlca Sweater Model Bubble Dancer NIZIUCY T0WV1S9nd Mary Lou Tunmons Lady Wrestler Flsher s flrst wlfe orma Lee Hudson Flrst W oman llresldent Slave G1rl Moola 11 Mom Lawson Jane Rutter Ellen Huchens Hot Rod Lhamp Negllgee Model Opera Smger -Xnna Mae VN est Kathleen Schroeder 0: lp? 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O 0 '10 0 9 O .iahofllxq H v ugnlhl CL XSS WILL Be It remembered that we the Mlllsboro lhgh SchoolC,lass of l954 In the common wealth of Delaware bemg of sound mmd and memory but knowlng that we are soon to leave these walls do make th1s our last w1ll and testament hereby revoklng all former w1ll by us at anytxme heretofore made After the payment of our just debts and commencement expenses we bequeath and devxse as follows To the Jumor Class webequeathourhome room and the back seats ln the aud1tor1um To the Faculty we leave peace and qu1et at last To Mr T1mmons we leave the memorles of the past years I L1nford Atkms bequeath to Henry Dale Shockley the rlght to play basketball 1n hls S9T'l101" year w1thout trxpplng anyone I Eugene Brew1ngton bequeath to Charles l'1mmons noth1ng because what he hasnt got he s b1g enough to have I Fred Burton bequeath to Wallace Powell my ways of bemg 1n trouble I Dor1s Ellxott bequeath to Leon Rxchards a muffler so there w1ll be less no1se 1n the hall I Ellen Maude Hltchens bequeath to Bllly Baker all my unpald b1lls I Max1ne Hudson bequeath to Patsy W1ll1ams the ab1l1ty to be able to drlve 1na gar age w1thout tearlng the chrome off the car I Norma Lee Hudson bequeath to June M1tchell the road to Rehoboth s1nce I have taken over the road to Dover I Mona Lawson bequeath to Wm LeRoy Mears nothmg because all he wants IS mon ey and I need all I have I Carolyn Layton bequeath to Barbara Cleave the road to Selbyv1lle Gerald Moore bequeath tO Barbara Schumacher all my h1dden talents and the Job of f1nd1ng them I Rxchard Mumford bequeath to 'Nhch Varatto my ab1l1ty to get along w1th all the I James Ph1ll1ps bequeath to Joyce Betts noth1ng because she has more than she needs already I Anne Rud1s1ll do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to say the wrong th1ng at the rlght t1me to Barbara L1ttleton hoplng she w1ll make good use of It I Jane Rutter bequeath to Della McCabe nothlng because I ll probably st1ll be here when he graduates and I ll need lt I Grace Ryan bequeath to Everett Rust the rlght to dr1ve through town w1thout get tmg pulled I Kathleen Schroeder bequeath to George Mumford the ab1l1ty of completlng home work two m1nutes before class t1me I Dale Short bequeath to Dor1s Mltchell the ab1l1ty to get through school the easy way I Wayne Smxth bequeath to Melvln Adams my ab1l1ty to get along 1n school w1thout much effort I Mary Lou Tlmmons bequeath to Tlmothy Hudson my ab1l1ty to do the rxght th1ng at the rlght t1me and 1n the r1ght place I Nancy Townsend bequeath to Betty Franklln the he1ght I don t have I Anna Mae West bequeath toConn1e Smlth my ab1l1ty to squeak 1n band practlce I Sh1r1ey Whaley bequeath to AIICG Van Scoy all A1r Force Boys but two who are already occupxed I Lee Roy Wllkerson bequeath to Barbara Ge1ger my ab1l1ty to get along good w1th Wlth all the teachers I Robert Wh1te bequeath to Paulme Coffln nothlng because I won t have nothlng left after th1s year I Thelma Jean Wootten bequeath to Wayne Cooper all my 'good hab1ts 1n dr1v1ng fords A , . , K, , , . - , , I 1 , - , 1 . 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Q 3 Q . ?l 7 Q . ,"xN"" D "' iff as fi, 'G JUNIORS FIRST ROW George Mumford Leon Rlckards Melvm Xdarns B1lly Baker Henry Dale Shockley Tlmothy Hudson Frank Stemmger N1ck Varrato Everett Rust Charles T1mmons Frank Hall Wayne Cooper LeRoy Mears Wallace Powell I e fi 442443 tk Wm SECOND ROW Della McCabe Conme Sm1th Patsy W1ll1ams Paullne Coffm June M1tchell Al1ce Van Scoy Dorxs Mxtchell Barbara Cleave Barbara Ge1ger Betty Franklm Joyce Betts Barbara Llttleton Mrs Mxtchell Mr Cowell HUM V T7 5 X X z x ya 2 PX xx y M ii Ji 4 UAE I-Iam? 0Q f ' N A 1 is 3 fi. K ls N -wg , if N lx., 2 R., 7RE5H M A N AY 1 5 E : if ' 1 .7 I .- xg .,5. X X N ' X . ' 'jfwf' M X X J' Junior High Grades 0660 J . A V Y 'V , J f -I Q 0 g I 1 r A ' V f ' r 4 s an F 9- q ' i, L- 3 u'6A!Qj1, if 4 ' L X1 5 L l 1 ai v 7 M Q s-.' 3- . 61 I, s , f jk, TIVIE f"""' 75 Q X Ex r , 5. B-- wifi sf ,-'fir-46, p MJ ,ffm X- A fp'-J4f' kj 'W-X X 2 , 0 I I L if r' 1 .2 X 1 ' 5 is ' I XM X' ffpg x 'Q X f X X z wr 222222: ff!! f X. 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A- 2 4 STUDENT COUNCIL f 1 SEATED QLeft to R1ghtl T1m Hudson Maxme Hudson Gerald Moore N1ck Varrato Gerald Harrlson Law renceCordrey STANDING iLeft to Rxghtl Mr T1m mons Judy Wxlklns Walter Tmgle V1ncent Coffln Harrxet Nlchols From a very smallbegxnnmg IH 1947 our Student Coun c1l has progressed from the embryo stage mto a now well rounded democrauc organ1zat1on As a school orgamzatxon lt 1S founded entlrely on the sp1r1tof democracy It functlons on a purely representatwe basxs and IS truly of by and for the students The purpose of th1s orgamzatwn IS and shall be A To more closely umfy the admmxstratxon faculty and students 1n order to promote 1n all ways the bestmterests ofthe school B To create and mamtam 2 loyal school sp1r1t through the establishment of and the promotlon of hxgh standards of scholarshxp sportsmanshxp character leadersh1p and serv1ce C To promote an apprecxanon of membersh1p ma democracy by prov1d1ng pr1v1leges and responslblhtles of part1c1pat1on 1n a democratlc form of student government og. Eg is majorettes lplanh , 5" ' 55 H4 Q11 ew , ? fffxxfA'n,fQg JJ ff .f Q ,nf BE I X 'X fX , T- Y J 'A ,CE X!! N' Qkbffy Chl ff ' ASN N X 5x ',p-My CHEERLEXDERS ,Jf W Zigi 6 'MEM mi ll Q Glee Club up, Q T Nm X ? J Q UM! i f,J5'f'gmUJ ff-3'QQ:Q NN. SECRETARY s nv! f-sf-x iii f'-:'fln1- :Tu II1' A ff 'Q' Lili? .F--IQZ-'i-J , Q-.., .J ll I G.- ' "!,,r. MRS SOPHIE KING CUSTODIANS AND CAFETERIA STAFF FRONT ROW QLeft to Rlghtl Mrs Della Jack son M1ss Myrtle Mears Mrs Laura Hudson 1el Henderson Mr W1ll1arn Ryan Mr W1lbur Lathbury Mrs DorthyEll1ngsworth U SEOOND ROW: Mrs, Ruin Timtmons, Mr, Danl PIYHLE Tic xg, W f 'T X L4 R J X N--.W 6 , A fx .Q4 IA I ? xy ' ' , zu , R P 5 X5 P D ,ff J f Q X l C Yxjlx f X 'dj Nfv xf Wg ,5 all ."" J f H N, FOOTBALL ..aWa........ FRONT ROW lLeft to Rlghtl Franc1sK1ng Darryl McCabe Donald Orendorf Norrlswest Dale Short B111 Baker Nor vxlle Orendorf SECOND ROW Gerald Moore Jackle Par ker Fred Burton Lmford Atkms Calv1n Carrler James Pruitt Bob Wh1te Henry Shockley THIRD ROW Henry Cowell iCoachJ T1m Hudson N1ck Varatto Leon Rlchards Gerald Pusey George Mumford Charles Tlmmons LeRoy Mears Eugene Brewmgton Alan Edsall QAss1stant Coachl James Wolf 4Managerl Mzllsboro Mxllsboro Millsboro M111Sb0P0 Mlllsboro Millsboro Mxllsboro M111Sb0F0 Bridgev11le Smyrna Cr1sf1e1d Middletown Georgetown Milton Cr1sf1eld J M C f fb, Htl! f f! BASKETBALL KNEELING tLeft to Right! Barbara Littleton Bar bara Cleave Honora Hall Rosalie Workman Betty Franklin Paulme Coffm STANDING Maxine Hud son Lenore Txmmons Patsy McCabe Jo Ann Tim mons Joan Entwh1st1e Norma Lee Hudson Della McCabe Grace Ryan Patsy Gray, Shirley Layfield Tony Hudson Kathleen Rogers Henry Cowell Coach Mxllsboro Mlllsboro M1l1sboro Mxllsboro Millsboro M11lsboro Mxllsboro Millsboro Mxllsboro Mlllsboro M11lsboro Millsboro Millsboro Mxllsboro Millsboro WON: RECORD 5 Laurel L Baltimore Selbyville Cnsfield Crisfield Mxlton Georgetown J M C L Baltimore Selbyville Milton Alumnae J M C Laurel Georgetown LOST: BASKETBALL KNEELING !Left to R1ghtI T1m Hudson LeRoy Mears Leon R1ckards Henry Shockley GeorgeMum ford B111 Baker STANDING N1ck Varrato Donald Orendorf Gera1dHarr1son Bob Whxte Gerald Moore Rxchard Mumford Lawrence Cordrey Jack Parker B111 Butler Henry Cowell Coach vw ww W M111SbOFO W M111sboro M111sboro Millsboro M111Sb0FO Millsboro M111Sb0FO Millsboro M111Sb0F0 M111sboro M111sboro M111sboro M111sboro M111SbOPO M111sboro M111sboro 65900 var Q6 uv" ANSTAXX Q W9 woN 12 RECORD Berhn Laurel Se1by'v111e Cr1sf1e1d Berhn Crisfleld M11ton Georgetown J M C L Baltxmore Se1byv111e M11ton Alumm J M C Laurel Georgetown LOST 5 O 'Ps Pe' 0"t?? 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