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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 19, 1940
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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Shaw Weds Jitbug in Surprise Leap Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS . Beta Chi Sunday school class,) First Presbyterian church, meeting j Wit)i MIS. G. W. Dillalumty, 7:30 o'clock. • . . . Delphian Pine Arts group meeting 9:30 o'clock nt Hotel Noble. . Mrs. Don Smith entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. •' Mrs.'T. W;, Jeffries entertaining City Contract club. ;. Double G chib.Jijeeting \vlth Miss Patty Shnnc. Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnson having Tuesday club. • " Mrs, Elton W. Klrby entertaining Tuesday Bridge club./ ;, Tuesday Contract club meeting with Mrs. JohrijF. Reimnillcr. . Mrs. L. E. Baker havinjj Thursday Bridge club;,.' ,• . ;;. , Mr. flitii Mrs. 'B. ' A.' "Lynch entertaining Tuesday Night Supper c!iib. Ladies' Aid, Temple Israel, sponsoring benefit book review, eight o'clock, at the Temple. Past Patrons and Past Matrons of Order of Eastern Star meeting 7:30'o'clock ; with Mrs. L. M. Binnette. Lfens club hnvint' "ladies ulfjlit at Hotel Noble. . WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Bt-Monthly Luncheon club meet- tag with Mrs. T. K. Mahan. .'Mrs. Tommle Tfptoit cntertiiin- ing ADC Bridge club. Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. J. W. Parker. THURSDAY'S EVENTS . Allnr Society, Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock nt Catholic Hall. Miss Lon Jo Hnrgett entertaining p.- M. T. club. Miss Jeanne Harrison and Miss Louise Dobyns entertaining for Miss Thelma WoHhinglou nt bridge FLAPPER FANNY - COP8.1»0 Bl^NfA StSWCC. l«. T. U. Bfc u. s, PAt. Off. By Sylvia Elipwef, • eight o'clock at Harrison home. • Mrs. G. G. Caiidill having Thursday Contract club. Double Pour club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Smith. Mrs. Roscoe Crafton entertaining Delta Contract club and Thursday' Afternoon club. Mrs. John Faulkner having Thursday Dessert, club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. R. F. KtrsUner. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entcrtainin^ Mid-Week Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Elrmvood Cemetery association meeting' 11 o'clock with Mrs. Otto Bradberry. Mrs. W,D. McDhirkin cntcrt.tln- nig Friday Bridge club. SATURDAY'S EVENT'S • Mrs.; L....E Old enlcrlninini; V.'ednesBSf Bridge club. Tea Saturday Afternoon Honors Miss Worihinglon One of the loveliest affairs of the spring social season was the tea given' Saturday afternoon by, -,- -- „ Mrs., j, Alexander Leech and Mrs j took review at the luncheon "Lei's sink your teacher to dinner i-just lunch. She gave me ihvec C's and a D this Bits of News Mostly Personal* J. P. Friend returned home Saturday afternoon from Shrevepoit La, where he was called because of the death of his father. He also r attended lo business In Dallas and other points of Texas while awai Mr. and Mrs, George Pfeiifto spent (lie week end at Horseshoe Lafce with Mrs. I'feulfer's mother. They were Accompanied home by their children, Sue, nine, and their ten months' old son, George. Russell Rclnmiller, who atlemh the University of Arkansas at Faj- ctteville, .spent the week end here I When he returned to school he ! was accompanied as far n s Little Heck by his father, John F Reinmiller, who was to attend couri i there today. Ira Gray, n .student at Arkansas State college at Jonesboro, spent, Saturday here with his parent'. Mr. and Mrs. Ini Gray Sr. Hards Gray returned with him Salurdi^ , night lo attend a fraternity dancr at Ihe college. Jewell Dean Powers, of Helens,; Is the guest of Mrs. J. E. Ganno. ; Mrs. Oils Chlsm left yesterday for Cleveland, Miss., lo attend thr funeral of her sister, Mrs. J. p. Crowder, who died Saturday. weighing seven and one-hull pounds was named Oliver Travis Grifllii, The Griffins have three other children, Mrs. Martha Lawliom of Manila, county supervisor of the Housekeeping Aid Project of WPA, was here Thursday visiting Hie local project and added live new workers nl the Osceola office. Mr. and M/s. p. E, Tompki'is Mrs. A. L,. Hoycc and Mrs. John Andrew Edrlngton were business visitors in Memphis Friday. Mr, and Mrs. L. \v. Walters were also in Memphis Thursday where Mrs. Walters wns treated for an e\e double. Among those who have been kept In for the past several days on account of flu arc Mrs. J. C. Brlckey, Mrs. Guy Roberson and son, guy, Jr., Mrs. rtoy Dillnrd, Mrs. Elliott Savtaln, Mrs. John Wliltworlh. Mr*. Harry Miller, s. G. Lockhart, Charles Maxwell, W. D. Kelly, N. B. Faulkner, Pnlsy rind Guy Robbins, Jr. nionlli.'" Magistrate T. L. Cassidy at his home. The bride wore n navy costume lit with matching accessories. Her corsnse was of white gardenias and valley lilies. Miss Hclcner Jarrctt was (he bride's only nltciidiml. She wore in aqua crepe dress mid n cor- ifie of Talisman 'roses. Tom mislead was Mr. Priiltl's Sl 111(111. Mrs. Pruitt came hero a year nyo from Huntlnml, Tciin.. to innke <<r home with Mr. and Mrs. Slovall, She attended high school at Tuiitlnml. A!r, print I finished high school ".(• Alton and Inter intended Wcst- rn State Teachers college in Hli- lols. He Is now connected with he Tom Little Chevrolet company. They nrc now making their home temporarily with Mr. and Mrs. Slovnll. Members of the Beta Chi Sunday iciiool class of the First Prnsby- Rock. Hay Beck, Charles Moore, W. K. Francis, I{. A. Porter. ,)nck Fmlcy Robinson. Ilemi Nortlicutl of Litllc Rock, Don Pettit, Ginhnm George council, Dill Le- Wliy Artie Shaw, band leader who doesn't like jitterbugs, look l,ana Turner, screen starlet who is one, as his surprise bride i;; one of lliose Hollywood mysteries that no one will ever figure! At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. Bertha Lindsey, PascoJa admitted. Mrs, Charles Sexton, Rochester, Minn., admitted. Leon Khtaey, Caruthcrsville, dismissed. Mrs. Henry Lnyson, city, dismissed. Mrs. Kichard Osborn, Manila, dismissed. . lilyllicviJlc Hospital Mrs. Louise Hnthcoclc, Corinth, Miss., admitted. Mrs. L. M. Boycl, Gosncll, admitted. Leslie Freeman, Hayti, udmitled. Cliir McCormlck, of Jonesboio, set recently, but up until the day was the guest of Miss Mildred before their marriage were both reported romantically interested in two other parties. Crov. Miss Irene Morgan Named President. Of D.K.G. Group S; Taylor Sunday. Miss Mildred Lou Hisbbard, who attends Southwestern nt Memphis, — spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Q. Hubbard. Mrs. II. R. Brandon left Satur-' (lay morning for Oklahoma City ta' spend three weeks with Dr. nuti; Mrs. E. L, Mlloy, who formerly resided here. W. B. McMullin is nble lo be out after having been seriously ill. Mrs. I. W.' Harhm, of Pissoli. ent Salurilay with her sister. rs. w. W. Shaver, nrnl family. -.. ~., , , She was motored here by her son. llowny. were in Pontotoc. Miss., Fri- Doiuld, who was en route to Mem- <day for the funeral of Mrs. Knight's out. The couple met on a studio W ' a Mnrlin ' city, admitted, ' •• • D. R. Brannon, Memphis, admitted. J. i''. Burns, city, admitted. Mrs. Josefa Veacgas, Luxora, admitted. J. L. Davis, city, dismissed. Willard Cole, Ploodway, dismissed. Alempliis liiipfist Hospital Airs. J. E. Matins, Warden admitted. Mrs. C. H. Porter, Wilson ad! milled. | Memphis Mclhuilisl Hospital 1 John R. Enoch, \vllson, admitted Mrs. W. M. Wallace, Wilson, ad- Osceok Society—Personal .Ulcnd .Mother's Fuucnil Mr. and Mrs. O. w. Knight, uc- cmnpanied by the Rev. Paul G.iJ- Mlss Irene Morgan was elected president of (he 2cta chapter of ... , „,„.,.,. *. «. ^unnmsun, MHU uetta Kappa Gamma, an honorary Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brown mi'l idled at her home in Pontotoc Wed- professiomil sorority for teachers ' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Robinson, all ! uesday night. She wns 81 years-of winch was organizer! here Saturday of St. Louis, left Saturday .morning iagc and had been in ill health for at a luncheo.1 meeting at the Hotel for Palm Beach, Ma., after having iECvenil mm.lhs rui;uw,. B ,M, «uto- iVOOlL'. .QtlPrit. Prirlnx' itirilil Um-n ,,,Jii, -u,.^ : HIM Kit, i iiM'nvn i«,.t [Jhis. mother, Mrs. T. A. Donaldson, who Pr. Morn M. Gillcntine of Ilen- doVson state Touchers collcsje at Arkadclphlii, state president,' conducted the initiation, assisted' by Miss Morgan, a member' of (he Alpha Pi chapter al To.xrfrkana, Ti'x.. who has now transfr-rml her crlaii ehurch \viVfmoct"tomorrow , m ^ crshi » "<*''c light at 7:30 o'clock at the home ™. n ,LL ""'ii lhc , S0lorlt >' is to .f the teacher, Mrs. G. W. Dllln-' %» r M cxce ' lc "; cc for «™"'» In unity ' tCBChm e profession. Active Inltt: "les were: Miss Lunn B, Wilhelm l Miss Cecil Cassidy, both oi here Mrs. n. L. Hotick o( Hixora. Mrs. Mrs. J. a. McCants unity * * * :ivcs ISuoU Itvvinr ~ ibbi Hcrinnn Pollack gave Aiibry Conway at the Leech home in honor of Miss Tficlma Worthins- ton, bride-elect of Hermon Carlton. The wedding will be solemnized, Monday afternoon, March 4. nt the I Jollcs ' home First Presbyterian church. One hundred and - - - - "••• ..^..•of c '>apter N of the p. E. o. n in T .,,;,, M ;mtl Mrs. giiesls were entertained at the affair from four until six o'clock. Mrs. Godfrey White, of Os"coh and Mrs. Harry Klrby met the euests at the door, in the receiving line which formed b3forc the curved windows in the living room ivere the two hostesses, the guest of honor, the bride-elect's >nolhct - Mrs. Riley B. Jones and airs. Dixie Crawford were hostesses nt the Dues' home. "The Naznrenc" by Shulem Asch was the book reviewed by' Rnbbi Polhick. Mrs. Harry W. Haines wns in charge of the program. Jonquils were used in the center csf the Imicheon table. Eleven mcm- ters and one , Ovwliolser, were jiresent. Mrs. James A. Complrte Dance I'lans lo of sctt, Miss Lillian Burton and Ucss Bcaiichamp ot Joncs- uoro. Mrs. C. VV. Afflict and Mrs. W. D. McChirtln were made hmor- ary members. Other officers chosen lo serve with Miss Morgan were: Mrs .Moore, first vice president; Mrs Hoiick, second vice president.; Mrs. Burked, recording secretary; Miss Cassidy. Iroastircr; Miss ' Barton corresponding secretary and Miss Wllhclm. parliamentarian. A discussion of hobbies preceded .,, ,, . , - iihis.! Region Hut. were completed Thurv "•l ""-> "» mtuijm;;). : ' J ^«uu 11141., wi-ic t:<mipH3lCC] TtUl'K- Mrs. lompklns and Miss Worthing- May night when members of the O }°I^H er e fl ', lcnas W>1C " Ih2y at -! M - T - club wcre enlcrlolncd' by tended, Southwestern in Memphis. Miss Marie Abraham and Miss Bt-t- nhili JT"" 015 of luli l> 3 - M- i lic S:llil » «t the Abraham homo, pninlum, Talisman roses and stocks ' The members and Iln- C e i-uests were arranged Uironghoiil the lh-| Louise Matthews. Miss JiianVc ing and sun rooms' background of color H. H. Houohlns, Mrs. Against this j Walpolc and Miss Jenelle Deskiu, vere Mr.- I pluycri bunco. Prizes were awarded James A. I to Miss Geraldinc Freeman for "'hlKli score. Miss Louise Anderson for traveling, and Miss Mary Lots Anderson for loiv , ™ ' Overholwr, Mrs.' A. G. Little' „!,-, Mrs. Paul L. Tipton who assisted me hostesses in entert-iinln-r Die guests. Mrs. George R. Crockett, ot Ca- j Club anil Guests Dance id" a " d MrS ' Ci "' allfs 1>f1m ' Al l ' tTl< " 1 ""' *'l"nl..y was carried out in harmony v.ith ) music o! H:\iry'''K' 'M-W Hie center bouquet of mixed rolors. j Sonlhem Serenade^' of ^u"ssfc ar a Lr^i rm ^ *vr?ff ;; ism ai :i <m - ssss&paiislps 1 ^* Miss., houfcsuest Bpain -Usre.v. niciil ot One's Personality." It was announced that the state convention ivill b c held at Texar- k.via. March g an;) <i. There arc five olhev clmjilris in the sl.ilc at El Dorado. 'I'exaiknua. Lit lie Rock Hot. Springs. i,ml pin n HUiff witli two others tioliio organised at Foil Smith mid Coinvay. The luncheon 'decorations were earned out in the red mid white color scheme. Red radiance roses l" a hammered brass vnsc from China were lightivl by red t spars Jin candelabra!-hln</ the vase | Red flasiswarr and the menu hi wht:h red and white was emphasized completed (lie decorations spent Friday night here with Mrs. i mobile injury last year. Robinson's mother. Mrs. A. M. Bull. ' " ' and family. During the two wer-is they are in Florida the Robinsons' daughter, Susan, will visit -Mrs. Butt,: - ir T. , i , , '^ '''"• * gc.s . M. Teny Jr. mid Tocld Ham- name given to Ihe son of ctiulnntc nt n n ..rl..i.. _~«i _, %r ;: ._ son, students at Hcnrlrlx collcje at Coinvay, spent Friday here "with their parents. Mr. and -Mrs. Terry Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison. They came over with M. J. Linpmiri, director of tthe llciulrix band who conducted the band clinic here that day. Mr. ami Mrs. Farnsworth Black spent p-Ulny in Memphis. Mrs. Knight, had been with her mother for several days. * * *• Sun Horn Samuel Major Hodges III Is the nrid Miss Mlnlor Elizabeth Plcnsants City. Miss., returned' to . ., her home today after having spent a week here with MLs* Mary Spain Usrcy. J. E. Allmon. of Little Rock, spent the week end here as the guest of Miss Nannie Clarke Smith.' Huxh Nelson Thompson ami J. [-.. Thompson Jr. were [-ailed to Memphis yesterday because (if (he critical illness of tiiDir father. J. L Thompson Sr.. who lias had three heart attacks since lust Wednesday. A-nothcr son. Dr. James Thompson] of Birmingham. Ala., has also arrived. Miss ivciie Crowder spent .Siilnr- dny in Memphis. Marriage Licenses Eight couples have received licenses lo wed from the Blylheville office of Ihe county court clerk during the past len' days. Names of couples and the officer or minister performing Ihe ceremony, if listed, follow; Lloyd H. Garner, of Caruthers- villc, and Miss Mary Sue Card'S'ell of Hayti, by Magistrate T. L. Casr sidy;- Charles Singleton, of Blythe- villo. and Miss Lora Clark, of Bur- dctte; Melvin Kifer, of Holland v- ... ,„ v ..~ .,.j,, ,,, nu. t)m , iit;t.ic t ivjuivin toiler, oi tiouanu, Mrs. Sam Hodges. Jr.. who was and Miss Anila Baker, of Blythc- bmn ,,t snarl-, M ,.;.„ »„....,.-, i vi | tei by |U(! Rfv g ^ Merrill; Andy Moody and Mfca Lsvada Hichardson, both of BIytheville. Albert Weir of Lcadlnglon, Mo., ond Miss Nettie McUaniel of Cant•ell, Mo., by Magistrate Cassidy; Little Theater Group ' Meets Wednesday Night Tile bltilr Tiioater Pljtyci-s wilt meet Wednesday night at ri.'ht o'clock at the home of Mrs. L."L. Hubener, it wns announced today' by \v. K. Francis, president. Finns will be completed for Hie .stunt which this group is to present at the senior stunt night Frkluy at the high school .. — Memorial Hospital in Port Smith at nine o'clock Friday morning. The baby weighed six pounds according to the message sent from Mr. Hodges to his parents in Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. S M Hodges. Mrs. Hodges, Jr.. wns the former Miss Louise Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs. O, H. Smith of rovt Smith. Louis WillUii) Walters III Mr. and Mrs. L.' W. Walters. Jr.. are the parents of a son born at their home on Elizabeth Street at five o'clock Thursday afternoon The baby, first child of Die Walters weighed eight pounds and has been' named Louis William Wallers in for his father and grandfather Mrs. Walters was formerly Miss Mary Crouch. dnii e hlcr of Dr. and Mrs. D. P. Crouch, .Son Horn Mr. and Mrs. O. K. C.rilTm are c parent,, of ,-, ,.on born at ihcir home on Broadway Wednesday momin. Feb. 7. The baby MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1940 Chic Checks In' for Sprint!; ' — ° • : Civic Clubs To Present Stimis For Senior Event Final plans are being {'completed or the senior stunt night ( o b'c lie d at the high school auditorium I'l'iday night, Ktissell Farr. general manaser, announced today i Most of the r-ivic clubs are co-' operates will) the seniors by nre-' paring humorous skits for pre'setila- tion. Awards will be made for the I three best stunts. Rehearsals have been underway | for a week on :nost of the acts which, sponsors believe, wilt innke t one of the most enjoyable commit j nity .stunt nights held here. i Proceeds from the affair will go I inlo the senior memorial fund, Cookscy Dodson, senior president' stated. . ' CUS<\N SHAW popular New ^ ^ork model uears one of Spring I940's smartest ensembles. Of beige and brown checked wool, it. includes ;i flattering dress with lit'urc-molding bodice and full skirl and a short, single-breasted jacket. It's shown with a flowered beige haf, sable scarf, white gloves, brown slices and bag. Ancel Rice and Miss Anelle Cassey, both of Manila; Lloyd H. Leatherwood and Miss Irene Cmi» both of BIytheville, by Magistrate Cassidy; Armou Woorirow Reams aiitl Miss Geneva Alone Glover both of Dell, by c. c. am ITS. Read Ccurier News saiil, arts. Tonight 'Music Night' At Nazarene Church Tonight will' .be special " n ,'i,sip nlShl 'iU the First Church of the Nazarcne where, the Ecv. Holland London, of Litllc Hock, is conduct- ma an evangelistic meeting Eugene and Eiid,-H 'Milb)' of Greensburg, K y., will present i Bi-oup of songs and selections on their nuLsical Instruments uml several local i'liigers win perform Then, (he Uev. Mr. Lomlui will, Play from memory any old hymn' (hat the congregation "may retmrel for ten minutes. , "• Toinorioiv night, the evungelis't, will tell of the hij-h poitil.s of lii's trip abroad with pwticidar em- pliasis on Prance and Berlin as he was in thai city ten days before' war was declared. Read Courier News Maul ads. At the firsts" • . . Quick! use this specialized medication foi ihenosc.. . where most colds start. Helps prcreiit colds developing. liffle VA-TRO-NOL - Sign the New Register at the Ritz An excellent laxative in colds, relieves biliousness, sour stomach, bilious imligcsiion, flnrulence and bcadachc, due to constipation. lOc and 25c ^t dealers Harp. JfiiRli Humphiry O f Liitlc Approximately two-thirds of I hi: states had highway debts oulstand- mi; at Ihn bcsitiiiing of 1MO. The totnl amount of the debt being ap- pi oximn I cly SI ,030,000.000. Women's Womcn'.s li«id;ichcs. nervousness. Beware Cougfis Following Flu Alter the flu is over nnd pone, the cough that follows feels like it will tear your chest walls apart. You need re able and ready help. Crcoimilslon relieves promptly because lt ause t g right to the seat of the trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm, in fftnffitls,** n,*A ntJ .._»^"_ , *•• cramp-like pain may be symptoms of functional dysmennrrlicn .'luc to malnutrition, so ofU-n relieved by! „„„„,.„, ,„„ CAROUI. Principal way it helps | ctitarmuVous'nTe'mbraries'' is by increasing appetite, stlmulnt- ing How of gastric juices and so improving digestion and hrlp'mi; to matter v»iua nin^wnj nK.uiuiiinca. I\Q niittpr how many medicines vou have irisrt gist lo sell you a bottl build physical rcsKtinro .\nntlinr ^ i«i.>..ii»i u.MMiiiu.1. rtnotnei • ,,, quickly uirays me coiiEli way yon may find CAROUI helptul! are to have your money b^ck I In reducing periodic distress: Take; ————••--- - - • O All.a Stovall \Vcd i 7«i La«Tciicc Pruilt. ' • Mr. ,aiid Mrs. Jam-?,; i; stovali j announce the marriage of their- niece, Miss'Alta Stovall to lav-' Knee Priiitl. of lliii; C i\y. lormrrlv ' of Alton, III. , Tile Ceremony w,is .-.olcuiniycd! Saturday night at eight o'clock by j o a oney - (M% ; O D Crt M I 11 €" I X i • n few days before and riminKJ ^ l%CWIVl U L^{ \J N hi- lime." Used lor 59 years. | for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis .See Winnie Buckley. [{ut!i 0i!d«-eij and Russell l';m- in .'•; "THE BANNER" • Senior Stunt Night Laundry-Gleaners asm FISTULA Vnr Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service ^ I'islulii i:; a [aise dininagc canal which usually M;UI-. !- 1( - r an iilcorntioii ihnt penetrates the rectal wall and works ti- ., i • downwnni and outward. In Die anal region where il appi ;,,.,";,-' a boil 01 absce.\-.. Fistula i.s a treacherous, diinseioiiN cniuij; •,'••! that gradually nnd surely wastes one's vitality and lu>;UI)i i,v the absorption of pus anrt toxins from it. into the blncj slit i m A cure Is accomplished without hosptlaltalion or lo-v, ot lu-i- Inim work In- our nmuiiliuil ofiicc methods. J3RS. JN1ES & My Bulges nn/ waistline is inches smaller Lei Swedish W Reduce You Scien tificcilly I' Y01.' HAVK A 1'iGUIUC I'UOIil.KM LAST TIMES .TODAY RACY JTAKETHIS WOMAN TUE.-WED.-THUR. will not be Pal Matinee Night This Week). HilODY 1Q40 «»* Ceofge MUfiPHT • frank «0«6«N "nHUNTfR.nortnieRKI Commix- Tuesday, March 2(i(li I'W a Week's Run \vrrn THK WINIJV- OX Y HI=RI ; 'S ,i I-jx-ir jiroposal you can'c to overlook! Try doing your next EXI'EHT BEAOTV WORK CALL 106 Appointment Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SBNSIHlX SivctlisH I\las,<inge r Van, l Mrs. ItuUi Lawhnn Ruth La who n VAI'OH HATIIS Murgarel's Bcauly Shop . washing in 3 Maytng-tlicrcs absolutely no oblig.,ii on . T| IC do|hcs W ; U WJsh clcanrr. You will work much less. May. la S answers your family's washing needs for tin's year ami for years to come. 'P quality anJ design mean bet- g^ at less cost ami less effort. Sec for yourself. U>w e.isy jjaymcnw. TUES.-WED.-THURS PAL NIGHTS Z adinillrd for lli c nrici- nf I

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