WEQNKSDAy; APR II* 17, 19-10 Sleele-Cooler Society—Personal Curiithersviljc's Now $30,000 Library Opens Wednesday Hostess | ff Bridge Club Mrs. II. N. Pulilam entertained her Thursday Bridge club and two BUi'Bts. Mrs. Abner Ashcrafl and iVfr.s. Guss Cooper 'nt the home of dedication ceremony will lie held * 1r •"••' K ..... • •• ---•-•- • • ' •Mi, and Mrs. A. II, Bcckham . . , ccam fts tll< "fvu (,,n^ IMUJUI i>. u. I'nnuu Thursday nigh.! jil a seven o'clock wil1 present ihe keys lo Hie new luncheon. building to Mrs, Hugh A. TisUidl, After the luncheon which con- '""' sisled of tuna fish salad on lettuce. crackers, pickles, olive.s, lemon pic aud iced drinks, the giiesls phyec) bridge with Mrs. Cooper receiving hV.!h score award, a double deck , of cauls; Mrs. Lewis Lester, second high, 11 necklace and sport handkerchief; Mrs. Robert. Rushing briclgoed and received a batli lowel. Mrs. Ashciafl received a large sport handkerchief as guest prize. l.'iidit.iii]-, club Mrs. James L. Cnssidy entertained her Lucky Nine Bunco club and the following guests: Mrs, K. Dunn of Elcclc, Mrs. Floyd Wagster, Mrs. Tom Ferry, Mrs. Dick Michie and Alfes Mnrgarcl McClme of Cooler last. Wednesday night. Tlie high score award went to Miss McClurc; bunco to Mrs. Wag- stcr, (raveling bunco and low score to Mrs. Perry. The hostess served sandwiches, pickles. potato chips, fruit salad, cookies and iced drinks. Charles Thomas Campbell An 8-pouncl son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Vebner Campbell at their home near Cooler Friday night and lias been named Charles Thomas. This is their second child and Ijoth fire boys. Before tier marriage Airs. Campbell was Miss Velma Jane Travis lliisd'ss In liriilge Sui>i>cr Mrs. II. N. PulHam was hostess (o a bridge luncheon at the home nf Mr. ami Mrs. A. B. Ceckliatn in Cooler 'fhursday night 'when she had members of the Thursday Bridge club and two guests. Mrs. Abncr Ashcraft aud Mrs. Guss Cooper, as guests. At seven o'clock the luncheon, which consisted of tuna fish salad on lettuce, crackers, pickles, olives, lemon pie and iced drinks was served. In the bridge games wliicli fpl- 1 lowed, Mrs. Cooper received high score award, a double deck of cards and score pads; Mrs. Lewis lister received second high award, a necklace and sport handkerchief; Mrs. Robert, Rushing received bridgo award, a large bath towel, aud Mrs. Ashcrafl was presented the guest prize, a sport handker- of Ihe library board. The new library is the crowning cllnm.v of an educational project begun 18 years ago by Die Kdiica- lional Department of the Canilli- cisvillc Woman's Ciub. On February It), 1022, the first. library was opened in cramped, poorly-lighted alcoves of an old church belfry balcony, where the club members dusted out mid buill shelves around llie wails lo hold the limited number of volumes available. Al first open only Saturday nlt- rnon, the public's response was so enthusiastic the library soon was open two days each week, Tuesday and Saturday. In June, 1022, under Die direction of Mrs. Mrs. ithoilcs Entertains Mrs. Johnnie Rhodes was hostess to her Tuesday Bridge club when she also had Mrs. V. L. Blackwcll, Mrs. Al Jordan. Mrs. Anna Smith and Mrs. Marshall Burroughs as guests. Mrs. Jordan received high score award and Mrs. Leyon F,arls second high. At the close of the evening tlie hostess served pineapple cheese salad, potato chips, angel food dips and iced drinks. Mrs. Jordan «uesl of Club Mrs. Al Jordan was a guest of Mrs. Marshal! Burroughs when she entertained her Young Matrons Bridge club of steele at her home Wednesday afternoon. The high score prize went to Mrs. Baxter Southern; second high to Mrs. Marshall Cameron and bridgo' to Mrs. Let: Vcagcr. The hostess served a refreshment j'Jale of sausages, potato chips, crackers, pickles, olives, cookies and iced drinks. * ^ * • Lucky Xinc Kntcrt;iincri Mrs. James L. Cassidy was hostess lo her Lucky Nine Bunco chjb CARUT11ERSV1LLE, Mo., Apr. It: —The new Caruthcisville Public Library will have Its formal opening In the modeinly designed $30,- COu plant here Wednesday evening, April 11, nl seven-thirty. A slioi'L it ivlilcli lime Mayor 1). D. pinion g h 1C b aI o Winters. The library Hoard bought f- *-'• »<"«-•» led the study/All lue L M rnt,m ,t T "i ' Iris and o .inning „„ West Tenlh 'neinta-s look part In „ round (able !, ' k ''*." c '«"»" prize, a comb and dish towels, went to Mrs. Perry. The hostess served sandwiches, pickles, fruit salad, cookies and coffee, 4 V « Fred Vaughn is recovering slowly al the Baptist hospital where dwelling housing the libra yuni en salad, cake ami coffee me 1,7'„,S? xf S T,7 'T*, l>e ] it moved into its new, modern <™v°d by the hostess, assisted bv "id, ,'cd ',1 r^-l '" "'"" building. her daughter. Catherine Tiploii t »' '' Uahc " ',' ""« ll ™ rc In 1930 a special boml issue was '»>« n»l mcetlnj; will be in the «'ved a"s, lul 1nd"''V ', ^^ volcd for $15,000 lo help build the '«"»» "J Mrs, l?. K. iiowell. . , dessert comsc. new plant, and this sum was i«ml- Mrs p. O. Sluiirl, who has hni'ii .. . 11. T. Simpson, a children's hour was begun each Saturday ufter- iioon, and from this IKIS Brown tho spacious children's reading room in tlie new library, one ol Us major departments. In April, 102'i. n spccinl library supporting lux was favorably voted; mid the annual report at (hut time disclosed the library luul amusscd li.GfiO books (lie lirsl year of operation, and luul names ol 580 Iwrrowcrs listed. In June nl 1923, the library iviis forced to lind larger quarters, awl moved lo the Ucey Building on West rourlh Street. At that time. Mrs. Buln Stephens Powlkes was iclalned us the first paid librarian. By 1035 tlie volumes available had grown to 3,000 and tlie library "' fuced wilh finding I ni- PLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Manila Society rr-Pcrsonal HH.J uiivi it *lV)V.(lt|IJ^ Ul] >YU<llr lUillll •••"•••--»u ivvn. (/HIV Ilk (i 1UII11U VilUlC and Ward Avenue, this renovated discussion. Refreshments of clilck- ne w plant, nnd this sum wus pooled with an equal amount made available by WI'A, and work was "eon on llic new library. The new library l.s ueknowlivlgcd to be a masterpiece in modern iirchllccliiriil design and appointments. The Interior ceilings and walls nip finished In Tlllany Green, anil all' woodwork and funilshinss arc In n harmonious finish of Til- fauy Green and Silver. The building is equipped with a thermostatically-controlled heating plant for wlnler and ventilation system lor bummer. Al present, about 8,061) volumes ire lislcd, bill anticipating future Mrs p. O. Slnni-l, who hi|s been , isiting here for severnl weeks, returned to her hoiiu' in Equality, 111.. Tuesday morning. dailies Adams of Dl.vlhevllle.spent the weekend here with his giV|ijl- , enlargement aiid expansion, commodations were provided lic was laken in a German ambulance Wednesday night in a serious condition. Mrs. Vaughn is slaying with him and visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh West. Mr. and Airs. Johnie Rhodes of Steele and Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Hall of Li.xbra, Ark!, spent Thursday in Memphis Miss Olga Koury of Slcelc, accompanied by Miss Betty Saliba ol Blylhevilie, returned (lie latter part of the week from a visit In tlie home of Miss Nellie Simmons at Henon, III. Mrs. C. D. Martin and niece. Miss Frances Oillam, have returned a ten weeks visit in Mexico City, Mexico. Mrs. II. B. Lviwson, who has been seriously ill at Ihe Walls Hospital where she underwent a major operation, is now very much improved. Mr. Oznienl ol Tyler has been a patient at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis this week where lie lias wen under treatment lor hiccups, lie was taken to Memphis Sunday jy Clarence Pollard. ,(,„,> , . ,.-7 •"" "" "• ., ... ' J93i . being Mdmcs. Tisladt, Jolin- Mrs.Liim.il Duke, Mrs. Uucljson, Dillman, Ward and Uevnolds. Asher, Mi^ 'loin Lewis and Miss (MIS. Tisladt was the board's first, Margaret McCh.ro visilctl friciuh presiclcnl In Blylhevilie yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson have moved from tlic Yarbro apartments lo llie Henry Lovelace home. Misses Mclbn Kenicy and Mary Ncivl Can- were visitors in Dyersburg. Tcnn., Wednesday. J, I'. Miller of Blytheville was a visitor here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boswell visited Jim A very and family ol Marslon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Morgan and daughter, Pauline, have moved on their farm at Maiden. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Gray, who are located in the Ozarl: mountains were here last week visiting their children. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cook and granddaughter, Mnry Alice Cook, have moved " lo Doniphan where they liave bought n farm. Cliesler GCstring of Memphis the Stock Room alone lo display a iimimuni number of 10,000 volumes. In the. work room, specially constructed and designed, hunilicds ol volumes are repaired niul relxmmt, it far below replacement costs. 111- Icrior lighting is scientifically arranged to provide ample reading illumination in all departments. Members of (lie Library Board .ire: Mrs. Hugh A. Tistadl., president; Mrs. W. II. Johnson, vicc- iresidcnt; Mrs. J. II. Pinion, sccre- .ary; Mrs. Frank Dillman, Mrs. R. L. Ward, Sr., Mrs. S. P. Reynolds, James T. Ahcrn, J. w. Mccloskev, md James M. Reeves. Of tills nuni- icr, fiivc have been members since :hc board was lirsl organized in Mrs. Donald V. Magcc is full- time librarian, and her assistants are Miss Janice Dimivntil, Mrs. L,. l>. Crocker and Mrs. Mary Uiniicll; Phonograph-Radio Installed In School A combiualion phonograph and radio has been installed in the junior high school by the Music dc- liaiimcnl of Ihc Woman's club which adopted the purchasing ot this machine as its project, for llic ye.ii 1 . weekend here with his spent las wife. Miss Alice Stiles spent last week eufl at CanitlicrsvillB with Mr. and Mrs. nobert Holt, Mr. nnd Mis. Charlie stiles spent Sunday with them and brought her home. Lloyd Turner.- formerly of pooler but noiv of Marion,' III., is seriously ill fit a hospital there, having hart a stroke of paralysis. . the following guests: Mrs'. I Mr - a "d Mrs. T. I. Brooks, Mrs. Hoyd Wagstcr, 'Mrs. Tom Perry, Mrs. Dick Michie and Miss Mar- f.'iicl McClurc of Cooler and Mrs. Ruby n. Dunii of Slcclc, at her lionie in Cooler Wednesday night. The high score award, an apron, went lo Miss McClure; bunco.hand- kerchiefs, went, to Mrs. Wagster, and traveling bunco and low score BUY fires totte STANDARD TIRES ^ Raymond Brooks and daughter Martha Lea, and u lc KCV. It. S. Holley spent last Wednesday in Memphis^ folders, however siie hopes to ob tain the latler from people who have disposed of their victrolas. Members of the department who worked on tlie project committee were Mrs. Ilalph Bcrrynmn, chairman, Mrs. C. G. Redman. Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mrs. George M Lcc. Friends und relatives of J. l> Brown, Herbert Poe and Henry Aslinbranner surprised Iheiu wilh Ji joint birthday dinner Sunday at the home of Mrs. Ma Ashabrtimier, Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Buriifj' Thielkald and son. Ciirl; Mrs. linne! Oiicon nnd daughter. >rnpn,,. . .1 ,..,„ , "' W " lt0 ' " " Cai'uthcrsvilJe Society—Pwsonal Mr. and Mrs. Bert' Aslmbrniiiirr and daughter, Harbiiru. Tlic ladies Bible study of Ihc Church of Christ met Thurndny iiEtcrnooji In the home of Mrs C. w. Tipton. Fifteen members -ere present. Study wus llie 'eighth ihnplcr of Second Coi'liithlnps Mrs - parenls. Mr. aiul Mrs. c.. B. Snider, Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnnn Collier ol I'o!.'l:i!- Bluff, Mo., who huvc been the gursts of Mr. utirt Mrs, CurtU Williams of Manila lor the pist week, have returned to Memphis for a short visit with Irlcmls there before fioing on lo their home In Poplar Bluff. The Hev. and ,MI- S . p. M. Sweet of Ulylheville visited friends in Manila Ihe latler part of lust week. ^rrs. W. L. Woodruff, who 1ms been 111 for Ihe pasl week Is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Armstrona of Hills City. Mo., spent the weekend here us Ihe guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Roy Lenny of Floodway and Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Cowan of Manila. Mrs. HI Icy B. Jones of Blylhe- vilie wns the guest Sunday of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. G Curd of Manila. Mrs, John n. Cowan of sikcston spcnl Ihe week end with Mr and Mrs. H. w. Cowan. Mr. aad Mrs. Louis Townscnci of Jonesboro were guests Sumliiy of Mr. and Mrs. li. M. Flceman. Mrs. 1-orine Wright, who Is iil- tcndlnij n beauty school In Blythc- vlllc spent Ihe weekend wilh her mother, Mrs. Jack Farmer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard Uallard have moved into thnir home on Main street which they recently remodeled. Mrs. Lornlnc Capplc was visiting frlcnclsjn Jonesboro this ptist week. Billy Donald, small "son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Donald, k seriously ill of pneumonia at their home near (he St. John communily. C. W. Tipton unit A. A. Sago attended to business in Canuvny Monday. Ebb Spradlcy, who Is employed in Joncsooro, spent (Sunday with his wife and son, Mrs, Nora Spradley and 'Hays Spradlcy. Junior „!„„ schooi music classes ,hSSn P fram Ahb± u P '~ f tider the direction nf Miss Mn.-v . " "A,.... 111 ,„ bl ". m lo . nortl1 - Bec ijliipphis Uetanlcil MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UP)—Mcc late year ern markets will - • _ dented suu-freeiilng weather ol the ihe committee In charge report- past winter caused, thousands of tmment had been paid for. This bees (p freeze to death wns turned over to Miss itooci to be used to buy music anil record Male bullcrllies have very jealous dispositions and viciously altack oilier males, as \vcll as other much larger, insccls, and even birds. NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service NOW! 4 YEARS OLD ' ' AT THE SAME LOW PRICE »OTHEK SIZES ' -.- ., «OPORTIONAT£tr LOW// At Today's LOW PRICES! Aa Low As Per >Ycck On Our BUDGET PLAN PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. ilh U'alnul Phone 810 SOFT AND MEU.OW AS KENTUCKY 1 ./•••^'si..-.j'~r~ lRY T. w. SAMUEI.S, uau:' It's four full yc.ns <,-,.:,:«•'' _L old , . . an extra i>:tlhtrin£ yc.ir added to/ its age, but no: A penny to its price. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON IYHISKEY held, mnhday gifts were received by Ihe Following; Mrs. l-'rcd Dlo- mevcr, piilteiy; Mrs. Ada Ju;leu, poivdcr; Mrs. n. n. Brown, lln- Bprle, and Mrs. i/mg. pottery. Mrs. Henry Bopnc led n number ol limes, lind Mrs. Georgia Arnold 'as awarded a novelty prize. Mrs. s. II. 1'cmlcrgniiiK mid liii'llblcr, iMiss Geneva Winters and Mis. 1!, 11. llnrrel] Jr.. of Hayll, visited In CurnllHMsvllle lust Tues- ilay iiflcriioon, J. I 1 , retersim was a Monday visitor in Memiihls. Sir. nnd MIS. jtip Md.'a|| wl , le Tliesilny vlsiloi-s ii) Memphis, Mrs. Frunk wllks spent Monday •n BlylhcvlUc visiting f'rlciuls mill 'clativcs. Mrs. Ralph ijutchlson wus a Sikeslon visitor Monihiy nmriiliiii. Mrs. Cone Akers and "son, lyirry, arc spending this week In Campbell. Me.., with hoi- parents. Mr. mid Mis. A. C. Benson. AII.-B Dollyc KoWnson. Miss Ncllfc. Mccinnabnn, Miss Jewel WMHfnns and Mrs, ctcrtruclc McKlvulii wjll eprcsent llie local clniplcr ol the. uiisliiess and I'l-ofessliiiml Woman's TJIiib at the .stale coitvciitlou in Joplin. They will leave here Thitrs- Hold H't'Incr Koasl Jlcrsclwl Siiniu'r mciiiliors of (lie HfiU-e Force al llic Urowu Shoe Company wllli n wol- lu-r roust Mondny nlgUl. Alter Ilia liicnio at Clittlc II!, llic group c;nno bulk to Imvii nnd spent llie rest (lie evening buwllug. 'l'!ios;> pr»s • • . . Mr a ' Ut Cl " lK ' sl<ll - >s llu> > lus l were: Misses llali'd. I'll'iTO, Adellnc stnnfill, Muiiliio Umlso I'Yiinklln, M|ldred ..>.», Mary 1'iekell, Mary IJllziibcth nil- win-ds und Mrs. Glen Myers. Nni- tlnh Jjci-ls i Miss ^'hi'lmii Kvcnso.i was Iwxsl- ««i to iwmbers of (he Momhiy Cjub and one sues; nigh score prluc, Imlli suits, day for a Ihrec-iiuy vlsll (here. Misses ttlixnbelh Fields, Cynthia KoWiison uiul Murle Sliinck iipcnt Mondny in Memphis, Mr. nnd Mrs, l). }>, Hundolph were weekend visitors In St. ! 'l^uls. Mrs. Kenncll Asher and Mr. anil Mis. Jim Mrhill visited In Memphis Monday. ' ' . , , .,.., — . Scout '. IJOV*? T V* ** *J Girl- :z._^r ;.-• ' — ' To Have Ki'v!i'H> A court, ol review fur ndrana>- iiiciil will ho cnnilnclctl by cpiniiill- imncn in ciirli of liic Irpops wlim (lii'y nioel loiilBtit, |i" wus ' nn- no'.inci'd . . Tv/o weeks front tonlglrt, a Court o( Honor will bo )i()(i '(it tlic 'city hull for all Irooris. MethodwU To Entertain Kighlecii iiuMiilicrs of (he Matrons Club ol the Order (it in Star met nl llie home ol Airs. MAN1M, Ark., A|)r|l |U. — Tile , local auxiliary ol li)e Alolhwllsl Woman's Mlssluimry society will I'asl. nileriiiin the .lonesboro district al the Manila church Thursduy, May Hit- . Luna Wmuliiy rvvnlng. Mrs. II. llnnvn wiis iissislunt liiisti-ss. -'ollowiiiu » clik-kiMi pic (liinwr, ri'siilnr Ijijsliii'.s.s niTCtlnij wns , y li. Tin; niiTlliii; will Include r|c|i>- from as clinrclics over llie uml Dr. K. \v. t'ottor, ills- Lemon Juice Recjpe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly If yon suffer from rlifiiiinillc, rtr- Ilirllis or ncniills puln. try Ifils sliuplu IncxpciiHlvo lioniq rectiw llml (liomniuls arc usli)B. Oe|. a inicknuc ol UII-BX Conipmind lo- day. Mix 11 will) » «|linrl of wnlcr, ndil the juice ol 4 lemons, ll's ensy. No I rouble ul all and plcnsanl, Yon need only a tnl)|espoonsFnl Iwo I lines a dny. Often within « liours U'lCt SUpprllllOllilflll Will ,, ltl , HU 'Iho Minilla soctclj will haveclwrKe of the dcvotlonnl ecuice Miss Nejlle Dyer, lUmnccl mkslo.mry from Korea will bo a guest f AGff FIVE Spain To Lease Noted Mansion In New Orleans NliW 011LKAN8 IU1') -^ 'Hie 'lorlcd old iiiiinslon Ihat Timolliy McCarttiy liulll — vacunl for 20 ycurs-soon will house the consnlale of Gen. Fr'niielioo co's Spanish government. The hiiiulsonie redbrick striiclnrc vllh a Clro:o-Roman (iicado wns sold for more (|,an $23,000 to an iivostDr wlio will leitve It to I'mn- co's rejircseiilullvo. 'I'linolhy l!. McCarthy, a inllllon and -llmolhv McCarthy vienl* lo »vc in Paris', where' !ie dlfd last The jiqujjj. ha, beep vacant 'for Wo decades but caretakers have kepi cverylblns neat, thp' jfwrn tiinimed, and have even oiled and PPllsliocl a 1920 njo&r atj'tomobi'e ttmt fitamls on jacks |n the 6pa , clous garage where 11 has rested for 20 jcart. pncinlcs v.(lh a shower ot acid,' ilie . , - Inmlicnnan, built Uio home n 11KI5 al a cost ol $100,000. lie misled mi Die host woods ami mlldiiit! mulerlals, even lo tlic «.v- cnl of n solid muhouuny sliilrciiKc. I'lio floor was laid llircc limes lic- oro II suited his fancy. ' Vor years die f,i m |ly occupied ho plneo. Then iliuy moved ini'ny — si results nrc olitalnw'l, If tho pains do not niilokly lei)Vo and It you del nol fed belter, Ru-&> will cost. you nothing to try II K it is sold by your dniunlsl iimlcr mi money-buck yuarnntcc. Conipaunil Is for mlc and meiided by Klrby Urns. !>iKl eo«d Co. slorcs ovc'ryvflicio. Try One pt (>u r Uclfcloui PIG SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn * rr "!» Vnm BARGAINS IN U.SK1) Ice Boxes Itehm'K and (i'u;iraiih'u<L Electric Refrigerators HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO, SiTvU-o on All Makes Iti'trlcfrntiirs—llaillos—Wa.ibi-rs W. niuln St. ' I'lum.. 2113 For _Be$t Results In Baking — Use Shibleys Best FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER HKMOttKHOlDS A very sale und harmless inclhod, lyHhout cotillnemcnt, I" bed, loss of lime from work uml nllli iciy Illlle dh- comloii. All types of piles, nssiire.s, Jlstuhis, etc, liealcd by our pfllco mctliqdii. DBS. JN'IES .Ml Mill?) I'lidiic 08 N1ES Blydicylllc, Ark. A Wonderful Record "Do it Bc((cr_ I)o i( First"... in quali ty... why (his y D ow.vlliroiiHli IhcjTiirs, I'lymonLli lias IICCDHH: ri'rogni/.cil as l|ic"niirai'li: rnr"»f lliciinli)niol)ilcwi)rl(l — inilsgrcnt. salc.-igiiins— In Ilic, inrrciising niiiiiher.snf new I'l.vinonlli owners— in l.lic pioneering of grciil engineering iiilviinccin en t.s. In fuel, till loir-prical curs buill since 1'JHS oicc something la I'lymuitt/t! A pioneer of hydraulic brukcs ami Ihe all-steel lioil.v, Plymouth soon liad the (hat's (he iwlicy Ijack of Plyjnbuth cars. That's why Plymouth leads car again new Ihousands.pf people arc changing to Plymouth! public (leiiuiiiiling hydraulic bribes and In 10 H), Plymouth is ngain the biggest/of *lecll)()ilicsojiwHlow-|)riccd«irs. "All "J'lircc" low-priced cars. And tfic The li.si. is Itiiit'—oil filter, aluminum alloy pistons, ll.vppid rear axle— failure nflcrfoalurc thai give more economy, finer performance, greater enjoyment. bc.'itily of Plymouth—ils fine upholstery —its stnootlincss nl every s]>ecd—all iu- spircnucagcrdesireloowriit. • •'•'.••• l llie whole slory ou the 1910 Plytu- ypu know it cpuies from great engineering, VISION OF CHRYSLER CORPORATION'. !
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