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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 2, 1938
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WEDNESDAY, MAUCH BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARKJ. COUftBER COURIER NIAVS fOMI'LlMBNTAKY TICKET This Tickd Will Admit Mr. a IK) .Mrs. Knovli SnicHr N. High way Gl —li> f.ic— XIT/ TiljSAib'K —to see— "'I'llli BUCCANKKK" Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVKNTH Mrs. II. II. Houchin:; euterlnln- Ing MW-Wcck Bridge dill). Tlinrsday Cuiitraci clul) tiicctliif with Mrs. J. E. HILS.SOII. Mrs. Evercll 13. Occ huvini; Ihurscjay Luncheon club, Thursday Afternoon club meel- ini; wilh Mrs. Louis Applebavim. Mr. niul Mrs. C. A. Cunningham ciitevtainhig Uic Tuesday Night SIIIJIH.T club. Jewish Ladies' Aid meeting al Uoinc of Mrs. Max Borowsky In Manila al 8:00 o'clock. Altar Society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception span- soring l.'ingo pnrly .it Die Catholic Hall at 8:00 p. in. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's club having luncheon al 1:00 o'clock at Ihc clul) house. Ladies' Bible Class of the Firsl McthCfJlst church meeting at- home of Mrs. V. M. Busier at 7:30 o'clock. SATURDAVB EVENTS Children of Ihe Confederacy meeting at 3:00 j>. in. at home cl Doris and Mildred Mulr. Arc Complimented At Armorel Parlies A number of parlies have been Sivn> recently complimenting Mrs. C. B. Crigscr and Mrs, Charles Cri£jcr, jr.. who are moving Monday from their home at Armorel lo the Q. W. McCukhen home here. Amon*.j these affairs were a party given by Mrs. Ed Williams Monday altcrnoon lionoring Mrs. Charles Crigger and a tea given Uy the ladies of the Armorcl Parent Teacher association Tuesday after- ncDti at which they were both guests ol honor. Spring flowers provided a decora- live background for Mrs. Williams' afternoon party at which she enter: lained eight guests with bridge. Miss Delia Purtlc received a com. pact as the high score prize. Mrs. Crigger was presented a sillier, bowl,'following which the hostess served 'a salad plate. 'Si'fss; "Marguerite" Matthews 'pro-sided at the tea table Friday niter- noon at- Ihe affair given by Ihe Parent Teacher association at the hotel. A silver sweetheart boivl ot pink and yellow spring flowers which was used as the centerpiece of (he lace covered lable and the .silver service were illuminated by pjnk candles in silver candelabra. Mrs. C. Y. Green. Mrs. C. O. Hall. Mrs. Ed Williams assisted by Mrs. E. L. Hale. and Mrs. Cozine Blackwell were the hostesses for ilia occasion. Mrs. Alice Woniack presented Mrs. C. E. Crigeer with a gold necklace and Mrs. Charles Crigger wilh silver candlesticks as -gifts Jrcm their friends in the Armorel comuHinity. Mrs. Crigger, sr.. responded to ihe presentation ot the gifts wilh the following poem which she had written: "Of all the gifts, the greatest three Arc friendship, love und fidelity. Let others pray for Ihe liar-vest's yield For the "Olden grains of Ihe fruitful field. Humbly my prayer lo Thee 1 send Thai, when 1 vciicli my journey's cud. Someone may say. "Farewell, aood frici-.d." Mis" Virginia Smith To Wrd Al W.iruekc The Rev. If. Lynn Wade. pastor ot the First Methodist church, will perform the wedding ceremony ol Miss Virginia .Smith, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Smith of Joneti- boro. and Al Warneke. of Phi'. 1 BlulT. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Warneke of Mount Ida. Because of his close friendship wilh ll:o bride-elect's father, whom he lias known since boyhood, the Rev. Mr. Wade lias been asked lo read the service which will lake place In the Mctluxilst church here Friday night. Miss Smilh is a graduate o! Jcne.'boio high school and alieji.-i- cd Arkansas Slate College. Mr. Warneke was graduated Iran high school al Mount Ida and ;il«> attended school at Little Hock. He 13 connected with the William Wriglcy Co. of Chicago with headquarters in Pine Bluff. He is a brother of Lon Warneke. St. fx>uis Cardinal pitcher, and is under contract to the National League himself. • I * V. »• C. Has Eeiicfli Party Bouquets ol spring Honors ill floor baskets and vases arranged throughout the woman's club house and seasonal (allies provided a .spring setting for the United Daughters cf the Confederacy benefit |.-arly at which there were ij tables of bridge and IWD tables of. rook A moonlight blue Cambridge glass pitcher was presented to Miss Tisha Smilh for the high bridge score, while Mrs. W. H. otovall received a crystal relish dish in a sliver holder for (he high rook score. Mrs. B. F. Oay received a similar gift for low score and Mrs, FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia j I C«'".'»ll»YKU5|«»lt[.TO. 1 V.IK U. 5 PA1.0K ——1 Bits of News Mostly Personal Cicorgc W. liM'.'lumi Is lo business In Paragon):} laduy. Mte train Bunch. 1'lerli In the county health milt left loduy for Morrlltcn. Ark., when' she will ut- lend n L-onlcriwc ol dorks at llic Public' HiMllh training center thcru .-She plans lo return Saturday. Untold Walker, who has b:o\i living here for tlie pel six months, relumed Tuesday lo his home in I.llclillclil, III. Mr. »nil Mr:;, Cirorjc .Slljklor ami Mr. m-.j Mrs. Dwighl iwwen Sunday in Jonesboio. Mrs. iswwnc pluii lu leave for Points of 'loxus as soon us Mrs. Browne Is iibty lo Irovcl. Mrs. Uoy Welch will lenvo Io- nium for Kniisns City where she visit her (laughter, MarUui, Holland News llulj Chorus Tryouls Try-outs luive been hold, for stu- „ <lo»ts who uic Uit«r«t«<t in com- who is in school there. Mrs. \yelcli pcllng In Ihu All County chorus «'<ll stop in si. Louis (or n while , Hint is lo tje otio of the high-lights lomunow nnd will rcluvn here Kuiuluv. Mr. nnd Mrs. llnrold Numi, who arc vIsltiiiB Mrs. Nmm'n imrcnls. Mr. and Mrs. tlcor^e Nesbllt. lu IndvpciulciK-e, KJIIISIK;, plun (o re- nuih) uiei-e for about two more weeks. Mi.'t. Kriink Aslier has rctowrcd limn » week'* Illnoss from in- Mica Imoi'i-ne liom Jonesboio ultci 1 u brief visit there. Miss L:>is Ilocpei- ic ill fvaui in- fluen/.a al hev home, 1109 Wcsl Chlekusawha a> F enue. M. ;uul Mrs. Alni'Viu Numi have :>" llu-ii uiicsls Mr. mid Mrs. K, L. Kll'ln.-:. ol Joplln. Mo.. niKl Miss Niinny Numi, ol" Nevvboin, Tcim., whi) iirrivi'd Suiuluy fnr » visit. Mrs, i>. A. ampin, of snlrm, Ore., was Hi,. Kiipu of Mrs. wyutt lien- Icy i'.vor Ihe wreki'iul. Mr. and Mrs. Ci. O. Unbb'ard are ; .-'iidiu;4 today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. llnliunl Green ul- tuulrj a ilinni'r party in Osccolu iliiH nlslil (jlivn by Mr, und Mrs. spent i;.U-^hi n. nliirkwcoil. I Mn:. Tom A. Lllllc and iliumh- os lias rclurned j 11 "--''. Mlssrs Sura Jo und Vlrglnlii, mv in Mr»i|ii,ls today lo be with Mr. uuio ivlio Is 111 In the Melho- di:,t ho:i>ilul Ilieru. Mr. l.lllle Is lilcadily Impi'ovtns. Mi:-.. Jolm D;en, Mrs. J. C, Bucli- anan. anil Miss Ji'iin Avnuintront "Follow that car! An' see it vou can crowd it lo the curb in front of. the soda fountain." H. H. Houchins was awarded a pottery vase for second hijh hi the bridge games. Mrs. Fred Huther- ford. for cut prize, was given a Jouble deck of cards. Three private groups nn:l one ;lub supiiorled the afternoon benefit party with Mrs. J, H. Blkins, ing secretary, Mibs Allyce Nelson, recording .secretary; Ms. J. \v. Adams Jr.. treasurer; Mrs. Riloy B. .lanes, chaplain: Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. guard. By virtue of her oflice, Mrs. Crawford will be cue of the dele- gales to the slate convention. Mrs. Mrs. Walker H. Baker, ami Mrs.! Jones was chosen as her alternate. B. Wood, of l.uxora. having In- Kvidual affairs and Mrs. \V. M. laylor entertaining her club. Durinj the afternoon, another 3ut prize, a cake, was given Mrs. Marvin Chappcll. A dessert of strawberry shortcake and coffee was served after the games. Approximately $40.00 which was realized off Ihis affair will go lo the fund for the memorial room of the Blylheville hospital. • * V Has Club Parly ; All _the members of. the Younj 'Matron's Bridge club attended the clc-b party given yesterday afternoon at the home ol Mrs. Murray Smart when Mrs. Riley B. Jones >vcn hosiery for high prize. The bouquets of jonquils, bridal wreath, and forsylhia, and the tallies carried out llic spring culor rchems of yellow and green. Al die conclusion of the bridje games, the hostess served a .salad plate. Guest al Club When Mrs. Hunter C, Sims en- . , , ta-lairied the Tuesday Bridge club Haincs. The other delegato Is Mrs. McClurkin with Mrs. Kirby as her alternate. H.u, Birthday Dinner Mrs. Henry Lutes was the guesl of honor at a dinner given at her home last night by members of her family in honor of her birthday. Spring flowers were arranged arou-M the dining; rcom where Hie four course dinner was served at two tables. A birthday cake sur- rcunded by candles In cut glass hclders formed the centerpiece for the table at which Mrs. Lilies'was seated. Following dinner, the 32 guests playDi dominoes and other games, and later Mrs. Lutes was. presented. Speaks lo Girls' Club Mrs. Harry w. Haines. as a rcp- resenlativc of the BlyUi'cvUlo Garden club, spoke on the city be'uu- I)llc»li6n plan lo member:; of (,he Girls; club at (he high school auditorium (his morning. Mits Nedra. Beery-man, program chairman lor the group, introduced Mrs. yesterday alteraoon. lor luncheon' At the meeting, presided over by and bridge, she also had as her Mlss Ml "y Jean Affllc:;, ihe group guest, Mrs. Charles psnn. and Ml ' s - Haines considered the organization of a Junior Garden club to work in cooperation with the other group. Representatives from this high sclux)! organization will itteud the meeting of the Garden Jonquils predominated in Ihc spring bouquet which was used as the cenlerpiecc of Die dining table at which Ihc two course luncheon was serve! Mrs. Floyd White was high and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs second high, in the- card games which followed luncheon. Program Presented Mrs. L. L. Hubeinr was leader of the pcojram which was presonled at Ihe meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church Monday aflcr- noon al the church. Her .subject was "Rural America" which was taken from the first chapter of the study book. Following Ihe meeting of the en- lire group, each circle met in itr own room. Hostesses i'hcscn Mrs. J. J. Daly will bo hostess with Mrs. C. C. Wood al the binge parly sponsored by the Altar So cicty cf the Immaculate Conception church Thursday night at -•}:(> o':lc3k at the Catholic Hall. o « * Have Guest Speaker Mrs. Marion Williams was guest ss:eaker at the meeting of thE Girls' Auxiliary ot the Woman'?. Missionary Union of the First. Bap- list church yeslerdny aftermon when members ol that group were entertained by their counsellor, Miss Virginia Huffman, ai her home. Mrs. Williams used lor the subject of her discussion, "The Life ot Annie W. Armstrong." During the social hour, tho hostess served Iced punch and cake. To Observe Day of Prayer The First Baptist cl lurch will be hostess to tho other churches in the cily when they meet Friday alter- ncon 91 2:30 o'clool? to observe the World Dsy of Prayer. Mrs. Marlon Williams will be the leader of the projram for the' day. "N" uf P. E. O. tlecls Officers Mrs. Dixie Crawford was elected president of Chapter "N" of P. E. O. al a meeting of 14 member's of the group last night at the home of Mrs. W. D. McClmkin. Other officer chosen were: Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, vice president; Mrs. Harry W. Haines, correspond- club Monday night in order lo get ideas for carrying out this plan in their club. weni, lo Memr.lii;; icduy lor Mrs. C. A. Hovey. who recently underwent »n opDi-ution Ihcro, Mr. and Mrs. Il, 11. 3chmuck anil i.'cn. Billy, were In Memphis yesterday v.ihei'ii Billy consulted, » specialist. Billy, who has been ill for revet'iil days, is now impvovinj. Mrs. Warven dc tteiijii and daughter. Mnry. ol Canithcrsvllle, shopped here today. Mies Ruth Butt lelt todny for Cape Glrnrdenn where she will visit her sister, Mrs. W. M. Itobiu- son, and family, for several days," Mrs. O. E. Kec'.i loft this marn- iiiA for Carlysle, Pa., lo vidt Ijei dnughlor, Mrs. George I'owcll, ami Or. Powell. Mrs. E. J. Browne, who liar;, been quite ill for lour Wocl;:;. It;' now slowly improving. Mr. and • T Everything Tor your cntei tainmcnt and cnniforl. Admission Mat<uee lOv St, 2Gc /Iflmis5iun Night We i ."lie Mr. and Mrs. S. Jledcl and I):oilier, lllchuv:!. spent Sumliiy in Hi'li'na vislthiK rcliUlvcs. K. A. litri'. Edclb B. David, Clnr- I'ncc n. Wilson mid C. L. Lint/,- enirh arL 1 alteiulini; lo biisiDpHS hi !/!!l)<? nock today. ri'iink Webb of HiTimndo, Miss,. l;iii-. been here lor two duys n.s tile 3UMI of lib pincnls. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wnbb. unri. family, while LXI-. tiuidji.' to business. or I ho Music Feutival, Drnt Is to be held nt Holland, In April. In (he toner division sU voices wore chosen, they ure Pincell Oapc- imrt, Archie Fruitier, C. J. Mccoi-- nilt-k, Brown Kciifey und Olcn Dunch. In Iho bnss division, the ulx stu- fleiils wi-i-o Oonzet Uowoll, Carl lllcks, W. T. Stowni'd, Cluu-lua El. ll.s, Leonind Ellciunc, B. L. Slinrp. Voices luive not boen chosen for the iilrls division yd. Hiucl Cohoon, or Win-doll, wus hoitii! over tho week end visiting her piimits, Mr. nnd Mra. Jim Cohoon. Mls.s Colioon I su member of the Win-del) who) fnculty. Mrs. Mildred Sjllvors, Mrs. Oharlcs Cnssldy nnd Mrt, Cuvl Kenley. v/viti in Hulfmiin liwt wcok vlalllnu Mrs. Cussldy's relu- llVCIi, Mrs. Bi'lLy \Vllforil, who hus bcoti ill lor s.onie- time, l.s much impi-ov- «l Hits wctli. Mr. and Mrs, Gideon C'rfi«'« Imvo rolmnod from a viicntlon trip Ui llol Spl'liliis where Mr. Crows luxs I bo en i?cu|>railiiiK for sonic time. Misses ISIhel Mooro nnd Thultna Con-ell were the gucsls ot Mrs. Roy I Kilwmtts over Hie weuk end, I'Mwurds, who has bccu A i-jce was run in Ailstriilln bo- Iwron mi ostrich and » horse. uilil Mrs. W. I. Myero Biinciay n fieri loon. I'aul Jouw, jr., qf 8lk«t«n, and 0. W. Bond ot CtoCTeo, w«i* ttic dinner guests, of MiJdwl Edwards Sunday. MlM Kdivstds and her week ontj jueet, Ml» 811»ik- ard of Chaffw, jetuniod, to Capo Olrardcau Into Sunday accompanied by Mr. Jones and Mr. Bond. Mrs. Beatrice Bradford and Miss Neltio Lester, accompanied by Mrs. Lonnlo Ouetlu and Ml«s Mni-garet Polkher, wore In 6t. Mary's, Mo. over (he week end, Ml«s Peart Lynn McConnlcii, who Is employed in Keiuiett, was homo over Uiu week end visiting her parents, Mr. anil Mre. 0. J. McConnlck. Mr. anil Mrs. Eriicsl Roberlsoji were in Ilmo last week visiting Mr. Robertson's grandparents. Mrs, Mninlo Sowcll n!»! duugll- ler, ^rHry Louise, wore In Jonesboro over the week end vlalllng friends. Wilson Society—Personal Woman', CW> $p««r 3 ' Ritr Theater Style Show The Utest, style* for qiiiady to eu thia spj-ini arid, iij tli« cofcj.: tan summer will. be ; shown, in a style r«vu« iWday night at the Rlln theater. H The revue, which is. sponsored by Hie Woman's club, will be pre-- Mtitttl by, local merchants and will be nn added feature 'to the regular' motion picture scheduled for tliafi .'ilio united states government inaugurated the airmail service lij : Miss Kuph ron lii .lolui spent the week end with her pflrcnts In G«l- liilln. Twin, Mr. mid Mrs. Ualpli Hull Visited lelivtives in Cnrnm, Mo., ovor the wcek-ond. Mr. and Mrii. Chnrlou Ullwlcli | wore week-end gucsls of his mo] Ihcr, Mm. Lcftwleh, In Memphis. Ill (rum liciirl trouble for llic lust, lev, 1 weeks, is hnprminij rapidly, llohnid Bclehold, ol Syracuse, fndilo olT' St ° f ( " S """•"'• ""'I Mrs ' p ' A ' Vincent and children '^.~ -»« -'S^^'S,^^!;.^ Memphis for been confined lo her home for Ihe •msl week with imciuuonlii, Is slightly Improved. Mr. find Mrs. Osair Pierce nnd :hr.drcn, Mnry U'C nnd Jiininy Don. of Kcnncll, nnd MtRS C. "inblrce iii);| Miss Vir(jlnlii I^irrar, ot the week-end. lx:c Wesson, wlto suffered broken knee-cup n tow wecka n bi DOW nblo to be up. U required IB yours to Ijiillcl (lie' Uuxoru, were the guests of Mr. Grout I'yriimUl ol Egypt, GLENCOE BARBER SHOP Karl E. Ftritar, Pr<jp. Olciicw HMel Bid*. Kami or Electric M»iUcurlng Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Weds. - i'hurs. wilh KREDHIC- fll A.HUJ1, Kraneiska Gaal and Alum TaniiroiT. Also L'animuunt NC\VS & Comedy Admission Malincr Ilia Si 26c Admission Night IGc & 36e Hari-y s. Hcarn Weds Mifs iVIarj Sue Gray. Harry s.- Hearn. well known Blytlievlllc contractor, WBS mar- rial lo Miss Mnry Sue Gray. ol( Memphis. Sunday night in ken- nelt. Mo. Accompanied by friends, (he couple were married in Ihc oil ice •>! Judge O. F, Harrison, who read the service, nnd immediately fot-[ 'owing (ht. ceremony Mr. Hcarn —"->—. . .M, . .. ind his bride returned here where t'oniine Huoir they will be al home at 318 west,, Wcrfrfiii- ^lucknsawba ;ivcuuc. ] la-ibcli J Mrs. Hcarn, who Is n nurse, Pciiroit & Twin iu u pceivcd her training at Hie Cook V ank al Oxford anitorium in Jackson. Tenn., but K;i[H» City Ilcvcls •art worked In Memphis for tome; tale. She hns recently been con-' reeled wilh the Hospital for Crin- Icd AdiiUs there. Professor Karl Eiller von Frisch )f Munich, has trained fish mswcr a dinner bell. to Gassy Stomach? SPECIAL Regular S5.0() •t'ERMANENTS JACKSON'S BJBAUTY SHOP — I'hoilc 798 313 2nd ROXY .>i3finccs Saturday s 10c A: Zfi", * .Suml.i.v Only Tue. - Wed. - Thar, PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Admitted for Trice of 1 MURDER IN THi SPOTLIGHT I A COIUM8IA PICTURE MuiUcr in llic Kiiollislil. A li"t ipcl licaiitj- illts wilh a winj on her lips . . • nnd midi>t£hl mud- no's ilngii's in Iicr cars. Also bdcclcd sliotts. Also selected A CLOUDBURST OF BARGAINS! DUNLAP'S Thursday, Mar. 3--Friday, Mar. 4--Saturday, Mar.5 It willberaming Values all day long During TH^se Three Startling DOLLAR DAYS! WASH FROCKS The New Forest M:<v<1 Wash, Crocks in 20 b'asfi- natinjj Sl.r>0 Styles. These Three Days. Each vs 1 Heavy (Jhiimbray WOltft SHIRTS 3 for Sl.OO MUSLIN •Ill-ill. Heavy Brown 24 yds. for $1.00 (tu;u!ri{>ij or 'I'opinosl SO Situiirc I'rinls Ucirulai'ly Sell at Wv. to 2'Jc All Briiiul New Snrinj; I'adcrns 7yds. for $1.60 Niili'iiuil Brands SANITARY NAPKINS ,S C'arlims (12 in I'liK-) for $1.CO Oonuino HOPE MUSLIN 10 yds. lor $1.00 Men's ?1.50 DRESS SHIRTS Woven Madras in Navy. ttu;;ivc I>n<(ern.s for S|ir $LOQ ea. Hoys' Blue OVERALLS Sizes lo 11! 3 for $1.00 Women'H New Uavon STEP-INS. BRIEFS, BLOOMERS AND PANTIES! IteKiilwrly !~'<)M to 'l!)c Knell ___ _ 4 for $1.00 _ Women's Pure Silk Knee Hi Hose Women's I'urc Silk full Fashioned HOSE! Strictly I'irsLs New Spring Shinka Ordinarily scJling for 59c, Now 2 prs. for $1.00 Dunlap's now Super-Wear Overalls in the new "deep tone" S »t. sanforized' denim. Will not fade! Will npt sHrink! Huy your correct, size! New larger double pockets across bib with r o u'.n dec! otrncrsl All scams triple studied! All si/.cs properly graduated to lit any ligure! Pockets of extra heavy drill! No hind inn '" crotch! Sold under money back guarantee.! 89C New ar SS'c Hellers Now 2 prs. for $1,00 Exlra Heavy Dunlup's Knockout. CANVAS GLG'VES! 1C pair for $1.00 Children's WASH DRESSES New Spring Patterns i<> Vat Dyed Prints 2 for $1.00 Heavy BROWN MUSLIN! 12yds. (or $1.00 New Spring Cat terns ' V;il Dvcd .'i« inch PERCALE \7. yds, for $1.90 BED SHEETS l,;irR« ntmlilc Bed Sii 2 for $1.00 The New Spring WASH FROCKS for Children, by "MHzi" $1.00 ea. lio.vs' Vat Dyed DRESS SHIRTS Sixes rl to M 3 tor $1.00 CLOSE OUT!! Kxtra Large & Heavy- WASH CLOTHS Regular tOc Cloth 12 for ?).()(» K for 5l)c I'astel Shades and Whites in Smooth Finish • BROADCLOTH 12 yds. for $1.00 Children's Hickory Stripe PLAY SUITS 3 for $1.00 Men's. Vat Pycd • • Uroadclolh Shorts! Fine Knit COTTON VESTS! 4 for $1^0 (2 vests and. 2" shorts) New! Just in the Store! Silk Dresses in the lovely spring Two Lots— Duzens of L-l's to .I2's Broken *tic.s and Women':; Oxfords. Values. $1. odd Tics D or per pair New Spring Silks and- Acetates 1)8 S -10 inch Plains aud Lovely PRINTS Values'lo Sl.OO per Yard Now 3 yds. for $1.dO Scns.<lloiial Value In S»n- . fcr.-ztrf ami Val Dyed match- They will not. shrink! •rt KI»M P»i, ,ml Shlru. Fade! •]hc \van(cd colors. Thcy Wi| , f l|* IHC BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. SHOP DUNLAFS & SAVE

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