Submitted by Marge Womach 


                                                                           File 3 Page C through D






Caldwell, Steve,          12-12-1947

“Mrs. Jim Crowley had word this week from Mrs. William Caldwell (Mae Boyer) at Elmira, Idaho, that on Nov 25, their 7-year old son, Steve, was killed by a truck on his way home from school. Surviving the boy, besides his parents, is his older brother, Richard, who attends a school for the blind at Nampa, Idaho, also a brother and a sister, both younger.”  (Citizen: 12-12-1947)


Callahan, Arthur D.,       4-16-1948

“Mrs. L. A. Wilson returned home by plane Sunday from Los Angeles where she went by plane Sunday, April 4 to attend the funeral services of her brother-in-law, Arthur D Callahan who died of a heart attack. Three family deaths since the first of the year have brought grief to the Wilsons; first Mrs. Wilson’s father, then her husband, and now her brother-in-law.” (Citizen: 4-16-1948; Edit: Lester Arlou Wilson died Feb 21, 1948, with burial in Harrington Hillcrest Cemetery. His wife was the former Grace Davis.)


Campbell, Lloyd,          2-04-1937

“A petition for probate of the estate of Lloyd Campbell, Davenport merchant, who died Jan 29, and naming his widow, Ruby, as executrix, was filed in superior court. The estate, valued at $50,000, includes a residence and store at Davenport and land in Franklin County. The will provides that $1 each go to four sons, the remainder to the widow.” (Odessa Record: 2-04-1937) “An order authorizing Mrs. Ruby Campbell, executrix of the estate of Lloyd Campbell, Davenport merchant, to permit her son, Kitchell Campbell, to manage the Farmers’ Store at Davenport, was signed in superior court. The store, a general mercantile business, is most of the estate. Young Campbell was associated with his father in its management.” (OR: 2-18-1937)


Canady, J. L.,           est. 9-18-1925

“Decree settling the final account of W. J. Canady, administrator of the estate of J. L .Canady, and decree of distribution of the estate have been signed.” (Odessa Record: 9-18-1925)


Chase, Chevy,          9-24-1998

“Chevy Chase of Sunnyside, WA, passed away Sept 16, 1998 at Sunnyside Community Hospital. He was 72. Chevy was born Aug 15, 1926, to Russell Ward and Elsie Mae (Phillips) Chase in Bellingham, WA, and grew up on a farm in Davenport. After serving in the US Army during WW II, he graduated from WSU in 1949 with a degree in vocational agriculture education. He taught agriculture at Sunnyside High School and served as the FFA advisor from 1950-1960… Survivors include his wife of 45 years, Roselle; his children, Janet Milliron of Sunnyside, Kathy Drouhard of Tacoma, Chevy Chase of Edmonds, Kevin Chase of Mabton, Rob Chase of Vancouver and Gemma Strong of Boise, ID; one sister, Jean Reinbold of Davenport; two brothers, Phil Chase of Birch Bay and Rob Chase of Houston, TX; and 12 grandchildren…; He was preceded in death by his parents and brother James. Funeral service was held Sept 19 at the Grandview Church of the Nazarene in Grandview, WA.” (excerpt of Davenport Times:  9-24-1998) 


Clark, Duain E.,          d. 6-23-1946

“Duain Emerson Clark. Died: 6-23-1946. Birth: 8-21-1896, Ohio. Spouse: May Clark . Father: William Clark. Mother: Unobtainable. Buried: Oroville, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card)


Clark, Edna Stewart,   1-05-1989

“Edna Stewart Clark. Died: 1-05-1989. Spouse: Ralph W Clark. Burial: Inland Evergreen Crematory. Spokane, WA.” (Lincoln Co Health death card)


Clark, Harry,               11-10-1941

“Harry Clark. Died: 11-10-1941. Birth: England. Spouse: Louisa M.  Father: unknown. Mother: unknown. Burial: unknown.” (Lincoln Co Health death card)


Clouse, Jesse M.,            12-18-1980

“Jesse M. Clouse died Tuesday, Dec 9 in Spokane. His home was Route 1, Reardan. He is survived by two daughters, Grace Stevens of Grand Ronde, OR; Mrs. Lloyd (Wilma) Frank of Seattle; four sons, Orville of Reardan; Wayne, Ernie and Gene all of Spokane; 23 grandchildren; 69 great grandchildren; and 34 great-great grandchildren.  He was born in Somerset , Ohio, on March 13, 1881. He came west in 1903, returning to Ohio and was married to Elta Me Klingler Nov 30, 1904. They returned to the west and homesteaded in Pend Oreille County , where he logged. They moved to the Reardan area in 1929 where they lived and farmed until his wife died in 1973. Jesse then lived with his son, Wayne. The last two years he spent with his daughter, Grace, in Grand Ronde and part of the summers with his son, Orville. He was a charter member and past master of David Lake Grange No. 501 in Pend Oreille County, dropped out when he moved to the Reardan area and joined Spring Hill Grange no. 909 and in August, 1980, was honored as a 50-year member.  He was a member of Spokane County Pomona and Washington State Grange.  He was well known as the caretaker of the West Greenwood Cemetery for many years. Services were Dec 12 at 1 p.m. in the Sunset Mausoleum at the Fairmount Cemetery.” (Davenport Times: 12-18-1980)


Cole, Jennie E.,       5-14-1981

“Funeral services will be held tomorrow, Friday, in Spokane for Jennie E. Cole, 94, a pioneer of this area who died Tuesday, May 12 in a Spokane hospital. Services will be held at 1 p.m. at the Hazen & Jaeger Funeral Home with interment at the Riverside Mausoleum also in Spokane. A lifetime resident of the Spokane and Edwall area, Mrs. Cole was born at Deep Creek, WA, on July 30, 1886. He parents, John and Jane McKay were early settlers in that area. Most of Mrs. Cole’s schooling was at Medical Lake and Whitman College.  She married in 1912 to Cecil H Cole, of Cole Printing Co in Spokane, of which he was a partner. They had one child, Jack C Cole. In 1917 the Coles moved to the family farm in Edwall where they farmed until 1945. They moved to Spokane where they retired and Mrs. Cole retained her home. Cecil Cole died in 1957. Jack Cole and his wife Maxine, still maintain the home on the Edwall wheat ranch.” (Davenport Times: 5-14-1981)


Cole, Maxine,               10-03-1996

“Memorial service for longtime Edwall resident Maxine Cole, 81, was held Monday at the chapel of Strate Funeral Home in Davenport, with Pastor Pat Hogan officiating. Burial preceded the service at Riverside Memorial Park in Spokane. She was born May 3, 1915, in Topeka, KS , to Fred and Cora (Berridge) Gaylord. She grew up in the Hollywood, CA, area, having moved there at age 3. She met Jack Cole when she was 11 years old and they walked home from school together in Hollywood. They remained friends for many years until after Jack graduated from WSC. Maxine was a graduate of Fairfax High School in Hollywood. Jack went back to California to visit his grandmother, who he had lived with while in Hollywood. He got together with Maxine and the two were married on Nov 6, 1938, in Inglewood, CA. The Coles then moved to Edwall, where they farmed.  Jack preceded Maxine in death in 1989.  Mrs. Cole enjoyed her grandchildren, bridge, traveling, many social activities and her dachshund named ‘Hannah’.  She was a 50-year member of the Spokane Daughters of the Nile, Lincoln County Nile Club, El Karnak Temple #6 and Waukon Grange. She also was a member of the Society of the 3rd Infantry Division US Army Outpost 04, and a charter member of the Edwall Bridge Club, Edwall Women in Action and numerous other organizations. Mrs. Cole is survived by three daughters, Nancy Matlack and her husband Wilson of Diamond Springs, CA, Jacklyn Kuester and her husband Richard of Seattle, and Patty Sherlock and her husband Tom of Edwall; 5 grandchildren, Miles Matlack, Myra Wentworth, Heidi Kuester, Kristina Sherlock and Tom Sherlock II; one brother, Max Gaylord of Nevada; and numerous nieces and nephews. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times:  10-03-1996)


Coleman, R. R.,        est. 4-15-1927

“E. J. Sparling, administrator of the estate of R R Coleman, has filed suit against C L Fish seeking to recover $165 for a note.” (Odessa Record: 4-15-1927)


Connolly, John,             4-27-1923

“Lizzie Fox as executrix of the estate of John Connolly deceased, has filed her Final Account and Report and Petition for distribution of the estate. May 22nd has been named a day for hearing on same.” (Citizen: 4-27-1923)


Conrad, Grace,              5-13-1982

“Memorial services are set for tomorrow, Friday, in Vancouver, WA, for long-time Davenport area resident Grace Conrad, who died in Boise, Idaho, at the age of 91.  The graveside memorial will be held at 3 p.m. in the Evergreen Memorial Cemetery at 1101 NE 112th Ave. Funeral services were held today, Thursday, in Boise at the Redeemer Lutheran Church at 10 a.m.  Mrs. Conrad was born in Miles, WA, on April 28, 1891. She married William A Conrad on May 30, 1919. He was a Lincoln County commissioner for about 12 years after working as county highway foreman. She and her husband lived in Davenport most of their life, until 1956 when they moved to Vancouver and lived there until 1961 when they moved to Boise.  She was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church and Rebekah Lodge. She is survived by Elaine Phillips of Boise, Ray Conrad of Quincy, Jean Mroz of Santa Barbara,  CA.” (Davenport Times:  5-13-1982) 


Conrad, Inez,                  6-19-1980

“Memorial services were held June 6 for Inez Conrad, San Luis Obispo, CA, at the Mt Carmal Lutheran Church. Interment was at Los Osos Memorial Park, Los Osos, CA.   Mrs. Conrad was a former resident of Davenport where she and her husband, Lee Conrad, farmed. She was a member of the North Star Grange and former member of Christ Lutheran Church. Survivors include two daughters, Florence Weston, Spokane, Margaret Reinbold, Davenport; 7 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren; a sister, Minnie Kitch, Moscow, Idaho; two brothers, Raynard Johnson, Moscow, Idaho, and Archie F Johnson, Deary, Idaho.”  (Davenport Times: 6-19-1980) 


Cook, George W.,            1-30-1997

“George W. Cook, 89, passed away on Jan 20, 1997 at his home in Okanogan . He was born on Aug 2, 1907, to Robert Henry and Alice (McNeilly) Cook. He married Alice Mae Waring on Aug 28, 1928; she died in Dec 1987. He married Margaret Schmidt on June 6, 1987, in Coeur d’Alene, ID.   Mr. Cook was an orchardist. He lived in Davenport for 11 years, eight years in Chelan and 16 years in Brewster before returning to Okanogan. He was a member of the Okanogan Baptist Church and the local Senior Citizens.  He is survived by a daughter, Joyce J Roche of Okanogan; a son, Robert T. Cook of Spokane; two sisters, Blanche Murphey of Davenport and Edna Tarbert of Wenatchee; six grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two wives, two brothers and four sisters. Service was held Friday, Jan 24, at Barnes Elmway Chapel in Omak, with pastor Tim McDonald officiating. Barnes Elmway Chapel was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times: 1-30-1997)


Cook, Grover,    10-20-1991 

 “Grover C Cook, 85, of Wenatchee and formerly of ___ and Malott, died Oct 30 at ___. Born Oct 31, 1905 at Spring ___ near Okanogan to Robert and Alice (McNeely) Cook, he moved with his family to Egypt. He married Hazel E. Waring ___ 22, 1926 in Davenport and the couple operated a small wheat ranch here for two years before moving to Peshastin. He was employed by American Fruit Growers.  He was transferred to Chelan in ___. In 1940 he was promoted to manager of Beebe Orchards and in 1944 he bought an apple orchard at Monse…. He is survived by two sons, ___ard L Cook of Bellevue and Elmo E Cook of Brewster; a daughter, Mildred M Wiley of East Wenatchee; a brother, George Cook of Okanogan; two sisters, Blanche Murphy of Davenport and Edna Tarbert of Omak; 7 grandchildren; and 9 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife in 1985, a brother and four sisters.  Barnes Elmway Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Funeral service was held there Nov 2, followed by a concluding service at the Okanogan City Cemetery.”  (Davenport Times: 11-14-1991; omissions due to binding)


Cronrath, Alma,              4-17-1980

“Mrs. Albert ( Alma ) Cronrath died at 7 a.m. Monday, April 14. She was the mother of Melvin Cronrath, Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cronrath had just moved into a newly constructed residency in Nampa, Idaho. They were residents here form 1957 to 1968, during which time they farmed for Cliff Teel.” (Davenport Times: 4-17-1980; Harrington page)


Curtice, Gene,                 7-30-1981

“A former Davenport police chief, Gene Curtice, died Saturday in Redmond, WA, of a heart attack. Curtice, in his late 30s, worked as police chief here in the early 70s and also worked as a deputy for the county sheriff’s department, stationed in Sprague and Davenport.  When he died he worked as an inspector for Boeing in Fife, WA, where he and his family lived. The funeral service was held Wednesday afternoon in Tacoma, WA. Surviving him are his wife, Pat, at the home; and children Jim, Chuck, Julie and Jeanne, all at the home.” (Davenport Times:  7-30-1981)


Damrell, Coy C.,             12-30-1954

“Coy C. Damrell. Died: 12-30-1954, Waukon, W. Spouse: Eliza Judith Damrell, nee Jeffries, (10 July 1896-26 June 1957); Father: William Riley Damrell; Mother: Muella Berry. Birth: 21 Sept 1889, Ewan, WA. Cremation: 3 Jan 1955.” (Lincoln Co Health death card; typed as found)


Damell, Elia Andrew,   8-25-1931

“Elia Andrew Damell. Died: 8-25-1931, Sprague, WA. Birth: 28 June 1869, Iowa. Spouse: widowed, no name given. Father: Amhorst Damell, born  Ohio.  Mother: unknown. Burial: Havre, MT. ” (Lincoln Co Health death card)


Damewood, Infant male,   1-15-1927

“Infant Male Damewood. Died: 1-15-1927, south of Odessa,WA. Birth: 1-15-1927, apparently lived, but not long.  Father: Ralph Damewood, b. Oregon. Mother: Nellie Webb, born WA. Burial: Ritzville, WA, place not specified.” (Lincoln Co Health death card)


Damrell, Eliza Judith,  6-26-1957

“Eliza Judith Damrell. Died: 6-26-1957, Waukon, WA. Spouse: Coy C. Damrell, (21 Sept 1889-30 Dec 1954); Father: Harley Jeffries. Mother: Julia Nihoul. Birth: 10 July 1896, Whitebird, Idaho. Burial: Cremation.” (Lincoln Co Health death card)


Darnielle, Mildred,            4-23-1981

“Mildred Freudenberger Darnielle, 69, Sprague, a former Wenatchee resident, died in a Spokane hospital on Saturday. She was born Dec 8, 1911 in Lake Charles, LA, the daughter of the late Fred and Nellie Nice. They moved to Harrington, WA, and later went to Wenatchee where she graduated from high school and attended business college. On June 25, 1930 she married Norm Freudenberger in Wenatchee.

 She was employed as a secretary for the Salvation Army for a number of years and later resided in Forest Grove, OR , for a time. He husband died in 1971. On Nov 5, 1976 she was married to M. J. ‘Jack’ Darnielle at Post Falls, Idaho. They made their home at Sprague where she had been active in the Community Church. Surviving are two sons, Dr Glenn E Freudenberger of Everett and Carl A Freudenberger of Seattle; a step-son, Joseph N Thomason, Okanogan; five daughters, Mrs. John  (Ann) Eilmes, Coeur d’Alene, ID; Mrs. A. N. (Alice) Bellomy, Grayson, KY, Mrs. Dwayne (Frances) Thomas, Greenacres, WA, Mrs. Richard (Louise) Green, Enumclaw, and Mrs. Allyn (Marie) Fosse, Spokane; a brother, Fred Nice, Los Angeles; and 16 grandchildren. Funeral services for Mrs. Darnielle will be held at the graveside in Entiat Cemetery Wednesday morning at 11 o’clock. The Rev Ronald  W Yates will officiate. The interment will follow with arrangements by the Jones and Jones Funeral Home.” (Davenport Times: 4-23-1981)  


Davenport, G. Serena,       7-31-1997

A 20-year resident of Colville, Dolly Davenport, passed away there July 27, 1997. Dolly, a former Davenport resident, was 70 years old.  Funeral service was held Wednesday at the Grace Evangelical Free Church in Colville, with the Rev Tim Goble and the Rev Roger Muisiner officiating. Family graveside service followed at the Fairmount Memorial Park Cemetery in Spokane.  She was born on Dec 20, 1926, in Spokane, the daughter of Archie and Lydianna Calvert. She attended grade school in Spokane and was a 1945 graduate of Rogers High School. She attended Whitworth College for two years following high school, then married Earl Davenport on March 12, 1948, in Spokane . They would have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary next year…. In Colville , Dolly was employed as the Stevens County Superior Court bailiff… Mrs. Davenport is survived by her husband, Earl, at the home in Colville; two daughters, Cathie Buzzell and her husband Dale of Seattle; and Cheri Baker and her husband Harold of Colville; one son, Cal Davenport and his wife Lilly of Davenport; one sister, Carolyn Brown and her husband Cal of Spokane; two brothers, Merlyn Calvert and his wife Dottie of Spokane, and Maylon Anderson, all of Spokane; two grandchildren, Daryl and Amanda Baker of Colville; and numerous nieces and nephews. The Danekas Funeral Chapel in Colville was in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times: 7-31-1997)


Dawson, Zella Laura,   d. 10-01-1953

“Zella Laura Dawson. Died: 10-01-1953. No information on this person. Removal: Goff Funeral Home, Salt Lake City, Utah.” (Lincoln Co Health death card);


Dawson, Wm M.,           11-27-1925

“Petition for probate of the will of William Marcus Dawson and the naming of George P. Lakin of Revere as administrator has been filed.” (Odessa Record: 11-27-1925)


Deager, Rudolph,        10-16-1908

“Rudolph Deager died of diphtheria at the home of his parents seven miles south of Wilbur, Oct 8.  The attending physician found three families occupying the same house, and a child of another of the families had contracted the disease and was not expected to live. These conditions he found to exist on his first call, and he used in inoculating the inmates of this home, 60,000 units of the diphtheric serum.” (Citizen: 10-16-1908)


Denham, J. T.,       2-04-1937

“An appraisal of the estate of J. T. Denham, Davenport, made by H. A. Thompson, C. V. Fisher and M. B. Jarvis, valued it at $10,892.” (Odessa Record: 2-04-1937)


Denson, Fred,       9-16-1982

“The memorial service for Fred W. Denson, 91, this Tuesday, brought to an end the career of a pioneer and native of Davenport. Denson was born on Dec 23, 1890 to Frank and Mary Denson, homesteaders at  Moscow (now Bluestem), WA. He graduated from Davenport High School in 1909. After attending a business school in Spokane, he joined his father in the hardware and implement business in Davenport . Denson and Sons (Fred and Vern) provided the first electricity to the city. This business was bought later by Washington Water Power Co., but when it no longer furnished wiring and appliance repair, the Densons took up the slack and became electrical and plumbing contractors. Denson and Edith Munson were married Oct 18, 1916. Their marriage produced two sons, Robert and Alan, both of Davenport … two grandsons, Lt Richard Denson, USAF at Holloman Air Force Base, NM and Gregory Denson of Spokane, two great grandchildren, Holly and Andrew Denson of NM; numerous nieces and nephews.  A Davenport businessman for 59 years, he served on the city council for 16 years and was the past president of the chamber of commerce. He was a lifetime member of the Knights of Pythias and the Davenport Masonic Acacia Lodge No 58.  The Denson Hardware Store opened for business in 1908 when Denson’s father, Frank, in partnership with Joseph B Phillips, bought out a small Davenport hardware store. In 1910 Denson started work for his father in the store and eventually took over its management. For a time, he also had a partner, R.  P. Cassels, and the store was operated under the name of Denson & Cassels Hardware until Cassels died and Denson became the sole proprietor.  Denson had also operated a farm machinery business and a gift shop in his business career. Denson was active in community affairs, being a city councilman for 16 years.” (Davenport Times: 9-16-1982; his wife was buried in Spokane at Greenwood Memorial Terrace.)


Derrick, William C.,          4-29-1982

“William C Derrick, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Derrick of Davenport, died April 20 at the age of 26 in an auto accident near Auburn, WA.  Born in Auburn, he lived his entire life in that area and worked as a welder for Lockheed in Seattle.  He is survived by his parents, here; one son, Christopher of Seattle; one daughter, December Lynn Derrick, of Seattle; his fiancée, Lisa Chaney, Federal Way; one brother, Reginald Derrick; one sister, Mrs. Cheryl Dominguez, both of Davenport; and grandmother, Mrs. Marvin L. Be__ of Kent, and Mrs. Dorothy Colson of Pacific.  Memorial services were held April 25 in Auburn.” (Davenport Times: 4-29-1982; omissions due to binding)


Ditmar, William H.,                       3-15-1935

“Funeral services for William H. Dittmar, 79, pioneer wheat grower of Mondovi, who died Sunday, were held at the Presbyterian Church at Davenport Tuesday. Interment was in Spokane where the Davenport Knights of Pythias lodge had charge.” (Odessa Record: 3-15-1935)  “An order admitting the will of William H. Ditmar, Mondovi pioneer, who died March 7, to probate, ad naming his widow, Annie, executrix, was filed in superior court. The estate consists of community property valued at $25,000 and separate property worth $3,000. Most of the estate will go to Mrs. Ditmar and the remainder to be divided among four sons, a step-daughter and two granddaughters.” (Odessa Record: 4-05-1935)  “An appraisal of the estate of William H. Ditmar, pioneer Mondovi farmer, by H. A. Thompson, W. W. Downie, and James F. Forney, value it at $27,216.” (Odessa Record: 5-10-1935) 


Doyle, George Wm,            7-23-1981

“A Eugene, OR, man, George William Doyle, 71, died Monday afternoon in an automobile accident near Wilbur on Highway 2. Doyle suffered a heart attack while driving a half-mile east of Wilbur at 2:20 p.m., according to State Trooper Jerry Brantley. He then drove off the road and into a field where the 1974 Pinto came to a rest. Brantley said it was believed he died of the heart attack and that the Pinto incurred about $300 in damage. There were no passengers.” (Davenport Times: 7-23-1981)


Dueber, Eve,     11-09-1995

“As per her request, there will be no service for Eve Dueber, who passed away on Nov 2, 1995 at Lincoln Nursing Home. She was 100.  She was born Feb 22, 1895, at Mondovi to Emil and Annie (Klawan) Dueber.  She attended school in the Mondovi area, and after high School she graduated from Cheney Normal School with a teaching degree.  She taught school for several years in Springdale and Colville, as well as in Montana.  She is survived by numerous nieces and nephews, including Jack and Karene Mann of Reardan. Strate Funeral Home in Davenport is in charge of arrangements.” (Davenport Times: 11-09-1995) 


Duncan, John F ‘Jack’ ,         2-24-2006

“Sprague—A celebration of life for family and friends of John F. ‘Jack’ Duncan, 86, is scheduled at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb 19, at the Cheney Care Center Commons Area in Cheney.  Mr. Duncan, a Sprague resident, died Wednesday,  Feb 8, at the Cheney Care Center. The son of John R. and Willa M. (Fitzgerald) Duncan, he was born Sept 7, 1919, at Tekoa. He graduated from Sprague High School in 1936. After working for Douglas Aircraft in Southern California, he entered the US Army during World War II, serving as a mechanic from October 1943 to July 1946.  He married Clara Mae Countryman on July 3, 1947. He worked for area farmers and at the Sprague Equipment company as a mechanic, retiring in 1971. He later worked 10 years at Cheney Auto Parts. He was a member of the American Legion. Besides his wife of 58 years, he leaves two daughters, Cheryl (and Roland) Robinson of Spokane Valley and Judy Vetsch of Los Angeles, CA; a son, Richard Duncan of Sprague; 7 grandchildren, Eric Rieckers, Lori Lehman, Tod Vetsch, Midge Vetsch, Jan Thompson, Jim Robinson and Brian Duncan; and 5 great grandchildren. Danekas Funeral Home of Ritzville in charge of cremation and arrangements.” ( Davenport Times: 2-24-2006)




Lincoln County, Washington obituaries submitted December, 2008

to the Lincoln County WAGenWeb by Marge Womach

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