The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 1, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 1, 1934
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Newest in Sleeves ' EV£NT3 Council P T A meeting, » » »t high school audl- Bits oj Neics Mostly Personal '<wnf Matrons Bridge club mcel- vtth ltr» W O. Hlgglnson ' D Chamblin liaiing Bridge club. 8^ ted meeting ot the Oidei ot ' BMtern'SUr at. 7 30 p in In OOUB1BE NEW OCTOBER;. i, : . 1934 c j i-'AST<Uy rntetln* of the W M J, ot the Fin>t Baptist Church In Jftaernuice of the *eck of IUBJ •luncheon sened at the church jjp .WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS %5 Bible stud) of Church of Christ '•HeUng viith Mrs Buford Mai tin, J;JOypjn i -X*» Bob Wilks luting Wednesday Bridge club v l*u>?h«»i meeting of the Dcl- ,;,J*ian Fine Arts clu» al Hie home Vf Mr> C W Aftlick at 10 30 in botrar of tho outgoing president .Thb b Uic fnsl of tire fall series ft nieetingb ' THURbDAY'S EVENTS 'Mrs> 'Ruisell Phillips having hursdajf Luncheon club Mid-Week ctub meeting with -'Mrs. Cecil Shune n* Mrs,^H A Ta)Im enlertairtinij Ttnirsd&y Bridge club 'iMiss'Velda Adcock &; Weds H. P. Willmgham '" Miss Velda Adcock became Hie t taide of Mr H P Wlllingliam in a ceremony solemnized at Marion _^8»tur<i»y afternoon The Rev E I , K S|»ell, pastor of the Methodist ,'church, performed trie ring service TJm bride »ore a tvso piece. IiaCt >of't»upe sheer crepe trimmed with Jileat^ in the skirt and n red bow on trie shoulder i After a br|ef honeymoon in Mem- pfrls Mr'and Mrs WillliiB'iani aic -'!»»» at home »ll(i Mr and Mis Ch»l»pd Morgan al 514 CWcUsau- ' bu ^\cnue Mrs willingham who b Hie dtuglilcr of the Rev and Mrs W * M Adcock of Charleston, Ark, re* cehtd lie; later education at Hcn- itrtx at;d Arkansas State e, Cofmaj. j^or the- p<st seyeu j'ears she Iia* been u jneqibec of t|it ', Junior high ichool liuilly wliLre • she has been active also in Girl •• Scout affairs jTho bridegroom, who li the son - of Mr. and Mrs O. T. WiUlngllam, •w^sjreiired 'In 'this••city but only •returned here,several months «(jo to B)»ke his home He has traveled widely In foreign coiintries and re_ cently lived in California lie it> , now cpsnected wiHi the M^organ Utilities Co, here Qhalicli nsv, slie\o cut to ollmtimlc v,iiiiUci, uml cieuses'; is 'showi iTlhls^ed w ( ool tulllem sWrouslyNrlinmcd wllli*bands'-of leopard Eien Uiouali tho models aim k licnlV llio Mini lit of : ! lire. Jacket i not disturbed, wuks uiiaguncnl Slatlci, SI Loulu wi Uic Hotel Olarltlgc \\ ^ I'ollud, Juirtcs H i)»H ami Fanuo bngUnd mombtrs of Ihc cnlerjainihcntl Lommiltec, me In B«t)i daughter was, born Sunday morninc to Mr and Mn, Riclraul KobiiBon at their home on Hcain Kl Tlie b«b,v who weighs nine pounds, has been named Mary Ann mis tn>tt Members of tire woman's (Ibt Uiu;U\ society of the Fn-st Bij)observe the \\cck "of prajer-foi state missions In .series of meetings this v>cek ~, Tomorrow, beginning at 10 30 o'clock, Mrs Lloyd Stickmon will , _bc leader of llio program, nnd IK Uie afternoon Mrs. A C jjlajlaik will be in charge C'MnpluncnU Miss Buck Another affair for Miss Jane Buck, whose marriage to Mr Juluin E. Belts of Memphis will be solemnized late this month, was » brWsc party Saturday afternoon when Mrs w C Oarrlgan and Miis Mary Blanche Ga> entcrtaln- crt at the home of Mrs P c Roth- roclt The U guesU plajecj cards in n room decorated wlllf late garden flowers aud a bridal molif »ns cur ried out In the tallies A dessert course was served. Miss Frances Tucker won the prize, handkerchiefs. Mrs Rupert Crafton received cards for lou bcore, Miss Buck was pietcnlcd a breakfast set and hei mother, Mrs C. M. Buck, was given u handkerchief Th« Her. and Mrv l*tim«r Complimented A farewell affair lor Ihc "^mH County 4-H Council GuilJ Meeting Ilie guild of Ihc.lnitt olnlstluii church sLtjcdulcct , to ; meet this nms, will meet 'ructduj Oolo Dcr 0 at (lie home of Mis J Ceull \V11I Kcciiinc 1'nrtli-j. the WedncMlaj IliUltc club which meets' weekly for n lunch"on and bridge gaint will HSLIIHC Its parties tills wi.Pk aflti not Inv ing met all summer. - Mrs. Bob Wilks \yill bo hostess at the former loiin Pinlcy residence on West Ash street. Ohio Opens Drive on I/licensed Aeronauts CLEVELAND (\}P) ^~ btcps to ground all unlicensed airplanes In Ohio %\crc taken by stale niithorl tics following ihq dcalh of a urn chliilst when hts 'home-made monoplane :crashed here. James L':e. 33,'_built!6r and pilot of the craft, was killed Instantly when the ship suddenly went into n spin and nosed lo the ground from nil atlitude of several hundred feet. Maj. Fred L. Smith, state dl- rcclor of 'aeronautics, said Lcc was Holds Meeting Her Hie 1 11 LoiuUs Council met I Uljtliullli Satiuday with Aruol Phijli|>i> tl)o .inu-iidcnt, In cha'rg Mfe Hitby \Vooduiff, sponsor ( llii blllltiuii otdb rcpresctiled tl' ^onth end i of the county. , Mi I'iillllp!. itppointcd u commit Uo of Miss Woodruff, Mrs. Sai Godwin and MI Mullins .to coi lei nith Hit, Legion Commiuidc 'm Ik J LUIU, in regard lo u 4- iccrcalioimr. center at Big Lak Dcllnlle plans were made fi Achievement :duy on November The,county baskelbnll touriiamei.. cnmniiltec, was nnpointcd, consts oi BIULC Gulp, Piiwhccn. Miss v DAN THOMAS GEORGE SCARBO Mr. and Mrs. Kyle S, licece u our clillclrcn, who li'avc been al 'ILson, arc moving 1 0 urlckcy, Ark. Ir. Recce is connected will) Uic river construction company, or lemphts. Tommy I'rnzlcr was a visitor, in sccola yesterday. Mrs. Dave Griffith, of Memphis, as tiie guest of Mr. and Mrs. !/>u!s Vilson during the last ot the week li: was accompanied home by Mrs Vllson nnd Mr. Wilson drove down r her yesterday, Mrs. I'aul L. Tlpton nnd Mrs aim** u. OarJc were In cai'iilli- rsvillc Friday visiting friends and elnllves,'' Miss Mnrlun Coolcy lias returned Knoxvlllc, Tenn.. where she at- cnds the slate university. Miss llosn M. Hardy, Miss Grace i tapes, Mrs. Ed Hardln, Miss Rose 1 prink and her brother will arrive | ome In tile morning from li brief ay In Chicago where they.are at- cndlng the fair. ' ;'• ,. Mlsa Jane Duck had as hcriiiicsf. >r the wcekefjd her fiance, Julljti . Belts, of Memphis.' She nccoin- aulcd him to Memphis today and lij return' lionii) tonight,^ j' Hill Fitziiugh, who lias bMii tlje nest or Ills iiisnl, Mrs. J. Louis hci-ry, ami;Mr. Cherry, returned his home In Marismhsi yesterday. Ir. ami Mrs Cherry motored film o Wynne where they met Mr. and 1rs. Herman Carvill of Helena; arcnts of Mrs. cherry, who" re- urii:d liorc with them. ; 'Cecil sh'niic and Oscar Fendlcr re attending to business' In. Corn- ng, Ait., t,pdny. ' j , Mr. and Mrs. Hairy • Atkins" had 'hi Memphis. Will Erwin Thompson, " ' ' ' " ' it Wanutchco, Wash., who has been their guest, returned with them. Mrs. Lee Phillips was hostess to Uic Double Four bridge club at her luxne Friday evening- 'Hw' hostess " f WIUCQXOH USED . DIVER IN-me EVANS HAS Heft FIRST *FAS" IVrTEfZ, FSAMEP AMD HUNG- ON THE Society-Personal Cooler Woman Hurt la/ Highway Accident Friday Mrs. Amos Hatley ot Cooler sus- !'tallied serious Injuries when a car Mi ivjjiclt the was riding • was' a;-., allegedly forced olf Highway lit 4^J LAH HALE HAS BECOME >) EXPERT ASTPOLCK5JST THROUGH STUDYING Trll5 *ALl- OF HER STUDIO, DCESSl*? ROOM. SCIENCE AS A HOBBY FOR J,, Memphis tomorrow to spend n she will use brown accessories. The wet'J: with her daughters, Mrs. By-1 bride Is the eldest daughter of ron Bartholomew and Mrs, C. L. Smith and tliclr families. Dorsey Roark, of St. Louis who isiwllh |iis sister, Mrs. Fred Huth- .criord, and family, spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. ami;Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and sons, Hugh Nelson land Morris King, spent yesterday s their guest yesterday Mrs. iClco. o[ 'flic riov. uiicl Mrs. E. K. liiti- ncr and, daughters will leuve to- non p ow : for • 'their new home, El C'ctitro, Cal, They will go by the way of Dallas uml El Puso. 'The Uillincrs have resided here for .six I vcars wlille llic Rev. Mr. Latlmer was piistor. of the I'lrst Christian church. The Ucv. and Mrs. V. E. nuttcrworth and two sons, age 8 and '11, who are coming here from El Centre, arc cxirecled the last of the •. week. , i't'licy will reside i in tlie former LH'tlmer'ho'nie: • '• " ^ !.:••" ' Mr. and Mrs. j. Cecil Lowe antt Jimmic, spent yesterday in Osceola Society -- Personal Mrs. E. E. Driver and the Intc Mr. Driver ot Osceola. Following her graduation from Osccoia High School, she attended William Wood College al Fulton, Mo. Her wedding date is the twenty-second anniversary of the marriage of her mother and father. Mr. Kcndrick is ttic son of Mr. b. T. Kcndrick of .Tampa, Fla. He sludied engineering at ; the Uni- versary;,of Plorida;,-aC ;Bainsyille Fla.; a"ml \yas tori several ye'ars;' ill the 'United Slates Naval Air Corps For the past year lie has made his served her" guests a, three course dinner at the bridge tables. Mrs. Oscar Miller received high score prize. Mrs. R. L. Gilbert was second high,, and consolation was drawn by Mrs.' Hugli Lewis. Miss Janice » MeDc'tmoLl oC For- tageville spent the weekend licre visiting Ju tlie home of Mr.'and Mrs. Lon nufgeway as the guest of their niece, Miss Thetia Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Hut'li Dorris"went to I'aragould, Ark., Thursday where Mr: Dorris conducted a funeral. They, • returned home Friday via Jonesiwro and Poplar Bluff, where they visited friends. Missi Marguerite Schumiiclicr lias returned home from California where she has been tor two months. She visited Mr. Schumacher's sls- .tcr, Mrs. A. E. Bigler. at Visalla, i Calif., and Mrs. Schumacher's sis- 1 ter, Mrs. W. H. TaHaiit, at flivcr- sidc, Calif. During her visit hi Cal- 'fornla she had the pleasure of vis- .llng Hollywood, Venice Bench, Ocean Park, Mission inn, Scqiioya National park and many other poi- its of interest. Eiuoule homo she sloped at Salt Lake City, Ulali, and Denver, Colo. Mrs. 1. H. Brasher returned Friday from a three weeks visit lit Kutlawa and,other points in Ken- lucky.: loane Eachus, who has besn ill lor soins time, is verj r mueli improved and entered school the latter' part of last week. Hugh Lewis has been ill with lalaria and unable to be at work. Cecelia Ann is the name selected by Mr. and. Mrs, Frank Morgan lor tiic nine-pound daughter barn allegedly ...... by n drunken motorist late •;Friday afternoon. * According lo reports the driver.' of the Missouri car was forced' to ervc oil the highway to avnitl collision with (he other car, turning his machine' over.'' . Mrs. llallcy was rushed to tlio hospital In a Cotb ambulance. '. Kggr imbedded hi Koik BOSTON. (UP) —Have u ml hard-boiled egg! The cgj, lirnily imbedded in a large lumpvol cement, wits found by Vincent Dobay. ERA worker, while 'digging rocks. It had turned into stone, ; but was bcliercd to liavc been • freshly laid—40 years ago. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY' : , . Huum ami Hoard Room and Board for four, piefjr- ably men (2 Jjedrooitio). Call .irj.'i Ijetwccn 7 and a p.m. 1-ck-l. l-'cr Itcnl UNPUKN1SHED APARTMENT.. Good location. 629 W. Walnut 1'clf WORLD SERIES / BROADCASTS i Sponsorctl to them Monday afternoon of last(0\'ci' Collimbiil iind, N; H. C. week, ."' Mr. Morgan's mother, t/fti, Goltha Morgan, of Cnpe'Girardeau, and sister, Miss Juanita, of Chaffee, was here visiting them. ' Miss Clara , i, Gillunu retui.iied .Thursday from Flint. .Miuli., wliere Slie visited her brother;. Luther Gillum, and .wife. Mr, and Mrs bil- .. , |hnn accompanied their sister home home in .psccola, whetcj'he'ls em- ; ployed .with ,the United ' 1 Drivfr-Kcnrtriik 'Miss Bonnie Jean Driver, daughter of Mrs. E. 13. _privcr. will be Aved. lo ; Mi. Robprij Haulaway Kcn- ilricfc'ot Tiiiiiiia', •<f\\\., and Oscc- ula lit a cundlelighl ceremony, lo , ... be performed at the bride's home Memphis as guest sot Mr. and Mrs. I at 7:30 o'clock this evening. The Atha.l .SargcHnt. ; •'.•.', ..•,'•!Rev. E. k. Lalimcr, pastor of .'the The Rev. Alfred Uui'|iciUcf.'|m-l'ChrisUnn churches at Osceola and yincers engaged in Mississippi Itiv- |cr ievelhicrit work.' i 1 '! 1 ',•-. The Osceola Prdgiessive Club will hold its first meeting of the club year Tuesday afternoon i\t 2:30 o'clock.- Ttie Legal Status of Women in Arkansas 1 '^ will- be the subject of thci:principal address on the, aftL'inoon's . program, . which will be delivered :by: A. \V ; -Young, deputy prosecuting attorney of Osceola. ., . ^irs. S. L. Ghutish will lead tur of,the First uuptist cimycl), left Blylhevillc. will say; the ceremony, round table discussion on ! Lcgisla- tolay for sliavvnce, Okla..'stopping Mks Donna nay Driver, sister • tioii" -and Mrs. H. M. Rheubnsh cnrontc . for several, speaking -., en- <??> the bride, wiir light the .tapers will talk on ^'Measures Under Con- gugenicnlj. WJiile In Shawnee lioi'at.'ii" imprei'lscd • altiir which will siderntioii b'ytlte Arkansas Ixigis- will attend.the 56th! wedding an-')be ; fashioned of clematis and ferns ~ ' ' nlvcrsary of his parenU. Upon bu^cntwincd with sprays of white as- and will visit here. Philosophy > CLEVELAND (UP)-=Dr. Maloon Monroe, .Curtis, 78,, for J^s,-years head 'of the department of Pliil- OEophyi hi .Western ,Reserve 'Uni- ncCworks. Yoti are cordial!.',' invited try listen to cadi giihie in our .showroom. '.'.'•.'. Phillips Motor Co. • Authorized I''urd Ucaler lature." flying in violation of a state statute which requires all pilots nn;l planes to be licensed by i);« federal (government, Smith revealed letters \\erc being sent lo managing and. officials of nil airporls in Ihc i>,[-...„,„ <-, ,7 - sute asking the,,, ,o deny hangar! ^L^ 11 *;: MUs rtuth McOormlcriHalchcr; Every -l-ll club Is asked lo ob-' : •we Victors week", Unit .is cai-h elub member who lias completed his or her project or. have It in the proccts nf being completed Is asked lo report it to her secretary so that the other members ot the club can conic to see it. At tho November council meeting officers (or the jcu will bo elected and D. Ciarrctl, New. Liberty, and Fred Mi*. Maltie Hucy, Lone Oak, Mrs. Smith. Hatcher, were named as llic nominating committee. Eiich -!-n club was asked lo put. on a siunl in u,c way of entertainment at this meeting. Because Hie playlet from Uic Mnnlta -l-n Club was enjoyed so much, the council asked them lo repeat this Wedding Of The Painted' Doll." Lucille Cnrtriglu, secretary of Ihc loimcll, coached .this .playlet anil reurn Outoticr la ! he "will be • ac- compunied by Mrs. Carpenter and Ihcy will lie at liomc at 80S West Ash street. The Rev. Mr. Carpen-' tcr.jwho was called as pastor in the timmer, recently relurned from a Juropean lour. W; A. Dowell jr., sirent the week- lid at'Walnut Ridge and Memphis, s. Mr. and Mrs. jolin L. Finisy have Bone lo Memphis to spend several morrow, the accompaniment. Mary O. Simms WHS the bridc and nay Tipton llic groom. Junior Rev. and Mrs E K Latimcr, who will lease tomorrow foi their new home, El Centra, Cal, »as given Friday evening by the Woman's council of the First Christian church. Tlie 15 members o7 the church *Ix>m the Rev Mr. aatnncr has served for the past ux years, had supper with him and told him goodbje ill an informal way The table had a centerpiece of roses . and siher lacs vine running ih e length of the table and gnidsn Dowtrs ncie also used to decorate the social room of .the church A musical program »as given, arranged by Mrs J. Cecil 1 Lowe r Ctat Win H«ve Dum. country club will ha\e 1U> oe of,th« fall season TburKJajTeventag when Herb Mohler and hts orchestra will play \ulli dMcfaf InHnnlnc at » 30 o'clock. A mmbcr or fuesls will be included In Ute »ff«ir. The orchestia. which -rttwiUy, concluded an r space and field facilities lo icensed pilots. Itc said nearly 100 unllrciifcd j planes were being operated in llic stale. ley. Play. ' L °" Goza. ,m , " McM " slcr « «"d Anita !llso 1'nrtlclpalcd in the Aluminum cloth is. now being prctlnccd iii various colors and dc- •igus. ,11. consists, of a fabric base covered with aluminum foil. COUGHS pon't let iliem get n stntiiRlc nojd. Fight them riulckly. C'rconm!- slon cumblncs 7 helps iii one, I'ow- erfnr but •• harmless. Pleasant to take. No narcotics. Your own drng- Bisl is aiithorized to refund your mciley on-the s'liol If your cough or cold .Is not relieved" by crco- inulslon. v _ Adv . [ There arc 500 species of animals in India. MORSE A KIRSHNER ABSTR'ACTS CMy.i Special Dr. Floytl D, Ilowton, Dciitisl. Announces llie open- of an office,(or denial practice in llie Lyncli building on South Broadway. MOONLIGHT DANCE | AND Sij,';cinjt Excursion ON HKAUTIFUI, ISLAND QUEEN I .-MONDAY NltE, Od/1 I-vrr. CAIUJTHKUS- . . VII,LU al'8:30' Auipiccs. tastcrn Slar Ualicc lo the Music of U015 •KIDHLIAS JO-I'IKCK ORCI1ESTUA Eiijoy a clcliglitful boat ride oirllic palotinl Island Queen. Glass enclosed dance salon, spa'cloitf decks. An''evening or genuine ciitcrtafnilieiit on Mils- beautiful river steamer. | • Dancing Free! Adults 5»c ; Children tersjiind flanked by great baskets of white chrysanthemums. Pre- ctcding the ceremony a program of nuptial music will be played by Mrs. E. S. Driver of Osceola at lory'iu a new ordinance drawn by the piano, nnd Mrs. Jess Hall of ,"Mayer Cook', a'ssislant city law di- i Cleveland Follows Memphis CLEVELAND tup)— Scinl-aunu- al 'insiKction ' of every' Cleveland- owned automobile' is jiiade' manda- , III., who will sing. Mrs. 1 !, rector, for- presentation lo ' nonllis, while thev are away Ihcir i model of ivory satin ionic will be rented lo Mr. and Mrs hvith long sleeves and Bob Wilks, ivlio Cairo. ; Driver is u cousin of the bride ami. council. The'ordinance is patterned Mrs. Hall is the bridegroom's' sls-'j after the Memphis'- plan, which is ter - credited with having reduced tranit The bridc . will wear a princess, fatalities '20 per cent in the Ten- fashioned picssec city, square arc moving to- (Jicrk. The gown will have a long train und the bride's veil of white,' "'-*-.", .L,,,,,, u,ivi tin; until;; Mrs. John Webb, who has been' "hision fastened to quite ill. Is now slowly improving. Mr, and Mrs. w. M. Frascr mot- red to Annlston. Mo., Saturday light for Mrs. J. W. Jackson who vill si>cnd a week with her daugli- cr. Mrs Fraser. Miss Dorothy Brjyuit, of Hike '*"" arrived yesterday for .- - tiara of pearls and orange blossoms, will hang the length of the train. Her flowers will be a shower boucmct of while bride's roses and valley lilies. Miss Domiii liny Driver will wear n formal uown of peach moire taffeta with a short train. Her Old Folks Like This Laxative igutir ' reek's slay with her sister, Mrs.krs will-be a shoulder corsage \rdeii D. Crowder, and Mr. Crow- Johanna Hill roses and fc '•''• j Leaving Immediately after 1 the certT- Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Griinmett re- [niony Mr. Kcndrick and his bridc urncd Saturday from.several days]will go for a short motor trip rc- slay In -Shrcveport and Monroe, I turning hi n few days to Osceola ja. While at Shrcveporl'they vis- ' ted n sister of Dr. .Qrhnmctt who las been quite 111. . Mrs, w. S. Langdon will'-go to' where they will make their home. For traveling the bride will wear Btciuie of i _ people need * ihotougH «' on«. Dttitioui I'ccn >-mmi ,hrt lixtliro diitributet (he lixitivc i i i "full" cotnplet. M™ ihji i, „ —ind gtmle. Doctors njularly |,tr.tKbo x £"*"". <".X' C &'"< '" dcliuouj rz<n-J-niin . :,: Chi' t.cnlnt foe cotlicipaiion. a swagger suit of brown trimmed 'In beaver fur wllh CLAKK-WILSON AGKNCY General Insurance ("We Pay All Losses With a Sir,/:e SMOOTHER PERFORMANCE . , I •••- i LIJ iVIl UVA3OVO TTI11I U Ollr/.tJ iT™ James 13. Clark i-. 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Tha ''trade-mark Va-tro-nol is your protection in getting this exclusive Vick formula. Always ask for Vi'cfcs I'a-(ro-no/. . 0 " and adults. It has been bora, N. c., cnctosmg 3c stamp. (Aboul "Open House at Vicks" vitti Freddy Martin's Orchestra and , - t ;~- sucst artists—every Sunday, g-a:30 pjn,, B.8.T., on OBS, nation-wide. "Plantation Echoes" with Willard Robison .Tlllir lit I and hlsDcep River Orchestra, with Mildred -\\mr IH f Bailey —every Monday,'Weanesfl»y, :ahd mim llli Friday, '/;1C-7;30 pjn., S.3.T., NBO Blue tjetirorfc. . MALtOBY HATS n« WILY Hiti na A,, "CRAVENKTTE"Htlitori-Fntf Shower or Sun, It's All One To A Mallory You don't have lo cast a speculative eye at the slty . when you put on a Mallpry Hat. It's "Cravcnelte"- proofed against rain. No other hat has this p*lent- protcctol fcatiare. \Vc«r • MaJIpry and shed wcatbcr , worries. $ 5 New Mead Clothing Co. /

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