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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 24, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE fARK.V COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1951 <? • •/ &Qdetij, Jan* Shellon, Society Editor ^ Miss Johnsen To Wed In Cathedral Today WEDS THIS AFTERNOON— Miss Helma Johnsen of Blylheville . Miss Helma Johnson of New York City, and Blylheville, daughter of Mri »nd Mrs. C. Johnsen of Blytheville, will be married this afternoon to Lunford Morris Corzine of New York, son of Mrs. Lackle Ross of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville. The double ring ceremony will be read at St. Patrick's Cathedral. The bride, who Is now appearing and New York In a Broadway musical. Is well known in music circles of this area. Mr. Corzine, a former Blytheville resident, also made his home In Memphis and received his musical education in German schools. The. couple will be at home in New York Cily, GEO, Guest Play Bridge At Ray Whiltington Home The GEO Club and one guest, Mrs. J. Ij. King, last night were entertained at_ the home of Mrs. Ray Whittlngton on West walnut, when she was hostess for the weekh- evening of playing bridge. In the game, Mrs. T. H. Caraway won high score. Miss vera Goodrich, second high and Mrs. Joe Evrard, bridgo. The hostess served a salad plate. Lutheran Women To Hear Address By Missionary Elmer Grlesse, missionary to India, will be principal speaker Thursday at a meeting of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League of Arkansas and East Tennessee, the Rev. G. Micssler, pastor of the Lutheran Church here, announced'today. The Rev. Mr. Miessler said the meeting will begin with a service at 10:15 a.m. and that registration will begin nt 9:30 a.m. Missionary Griesse will speak in the afternoon. A dinner will be served at the Legion Hut. One of the primary aims of the League IR the erection o[ churches, the Rev. Miessler .said, and the League has contributed 14,12s towards erection of the new Lutheran church in Blytheville. City this afternoon will become Hie bride of Morris Corzine, * of New York City, former Blytheville resident. The ceremony is to be performed al St. Patrick's Cathedral. HD Club Makes Tour Plans Plans were marie for a tour of point.? of civic interest in Blytheville and Osceola Monday, yesterday by the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club at the bi-monthly session Bt the club. Mrs. John Wesley Pipkins met as a new member with the eight members. The eye opener was a hosiery bag «nd quilt block displayed by Mrs. J. O. Huey. Home Demonstration Agent, Mrs. Gertrude B. Holiman, gave a Acm- of cleaning clothes al 156 Set Perfect Attendance Record Fields, who served refreshments. Langc School's perfect attendance list for the past six weeks totals 156 children. They are as follows: First grade — Miss Elizabeth M. Halstead: Sarah Elizabeth Blakemore, Helen Dianne Branscum, Betty Sue Guthrie. Patricia' Ann Lawrence. Sandra Lipford, Vicki Flo Mitchell, Linda Fay Privett, Anita Joyce Short. Linda Tyrone Spain, Hcllen Elizabeth Steadman. Dianne Stevens Still. Palsy Jean Watson, Steven Wheat. First grade — Miss Bettye Sue Wlllycrd: Johnny Halfacre, Jimmy Ray Rodgcrs. Dclores Mshley, Carole Sue Burnham, Carolyn Gentry. Jean Halfacre, Vernia Yvonne Knapp, Jane Mason. Nioka Sims. Aubra Jean Southern. Second grade—Mrs. Marjorie Hancock: Monroe Grain, Molten Deen Richardson, Floyd Sh?-p, James Thaxton. Gary White, Elizabeth Angel. Betty Sue Dixon. Gloria Forshee. Margaret Holbrook, Patricia Medlin, Carrol Penn. Brcnda Wilson. Second grade—Mrs. Frances T. Warren: Jimmy Ashley, Jimmy Challin. Buzzy Councllle. Elbert Lucas. John Mattes, Marvin Lee Smith. Ronald Sweet. Paul Wallace, James Young. Nedra Briley. Mary Jane Drokc, Martha Gamble, Frances Gammill. Joe Evelyn House. Karen Miller. Julie Mitchell, Stella Perry, Linda Ross. Janctt Smith, Maudie Smith. Betty Jane Taylor. Third grade—Mrs. Jewell B. 'Featherston: Johnny Baxter, David Deval, Tommy Gammill, Bobby Gene King. Ronald Penn, Elolse Bailey, Barbara Bradley. Marilyn Sue Human, Sylvia Ladd. Pegey Privetfr. Antoinette Lewis, Gail Slaughter, Betty Thompson, Mary Thompson. Mae Whlsenhunt. Third grade — Miss Mary E. Outlaw: Billy Boon*. Lynwood Craig. J. B. Fish- er, Jimmy Lentz. Gary Sparks, Robert Sweet, Sieve Tittle. Carolyn Choate. Ann Fitzgerald. Lila Sue Furlong, Paula Ann Holland, Jennie Wrenn McCalla. Virginia Rambo, Paula June Roue, Ginger Sims, Susan Smith. Fourth Biade—Mrs. Iris Cooper: Herbert H. Baxter, Byron Motire, Josie F. Crews. Jacquelyn Glazier. Edna Earl Jones, Donna sue Landrum. Fourth grade--Miss Frances Sue Bright: Wesley Adams. Boyce Moore. Sam Tune. Betty Bal:cr, Shirley Branscum, Sandra Crawford, Loretla Davis. Susan Lucas, June Moore. Nancy Mllllins. Wanda Webb. Ronny Huey, Gall Arneit. Barbara Webster. Fifth grade—Mrs. E. E. Hardin: Eugene Drumwrlght, Lee Roy Moore. Robert Myers, Robert White. Erby Lynn Hodge. Sue -Hughes, Ruth Hogue. Alene McDade. Rona Fay Meador. Louise Stafford. Fifth grade — Mrs. Earl Stabler: Caroll Blafcemorc. Larry Fitzqcrald. Wil- Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Miller, Laquita Norman and Charlotte McKeuzie, all of NewbErn. Tcnn., were Sunday RuesU of Mrs. Eunice Young and her mother. Mrs. Kitty Lan- casUrr. Mrs. Lancaster, a Newborn resident, Is visiting her daughter for several weeks. Mr, and Mrs, Wilson Forrest of Memphis were weekend guests of Mr. Forrest's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest and other relatives. Mrs. M. J. King of St. Louis Is visiting here as guest of her sister, Mrs. E'. E, Holder and Mr. Holder. Condition of Mrs. Gussie Bean, who has bccji a patient at Blytheville. Hospital following a heart attack Saturday night, is reported as Improved, guests. Mr. and She Is able to receive Mrs. Shirley Smith of Steele were Sunday guests of Mr Find Mrs. otho Stanfield and family. Mis. 1 ; Sophie Meyers Is vacationing at potnf.s of florlria interest. Mr. and Mrs. Guthire Penn announce the birth of a daughter Thursday night at Skaller's Clinic. She has been named Lana K^y. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ellis Hodges and family returned Sunday afternoon from Dumas. Miss,, where they attended the funeral services of Mrs. Hodges' uncle, W. M. O'Kel- Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Nansou of Dyersburz were Sunday auest.s ircles Discuss Prayer Plans Cottage prayer meeting plans were made yesterday by women of the First Baptist, Church, who met in Circles In various homes. 'Hie seasons of prayer will be held Monday through Friday, it was agreed. Mrs. Russell Marr was hostess to 16 members of Circle One. Mrs Daryl Swancr led the opening prayer followed by the lesson, which was taught by Mrs. Shelburr.c Brewer. Mrs. Tommy Tinker closed the session with prayer. Twelve members and one guest of Circle Two met at the homa of Mrs. H. L. Chambers. Prayers were led by Mrs. W. M. I.aFerney and Mrs. Roy Head. The leison was taught by Mrs. w. Marion Williams. Mrs. Roland Bishop was the only with 12 members of Circle Three-, who met at the home of Mrs. Billy Woolen, prayers were led by Mrs. E. C. Dro«'n. Mis H. H. Brooks and Mrs. C. L. McWalers, Sr. The lesson was taught by Mrs. William Berryman. Mrs. Jesse Seciimi was hostess at her home to 13 members ol Circle Four, prayer, by Mrs. E. B. Woodson preceded the lesson which was taught by Mrs. C. S. Lemons. Mrs. Ted King led the adjourning prayer. Circle Five, with 13 members attending met at the home of Mrs. Ivy Crawford for the lesson which was taught by Mrs. Charles Ray Ncwcomb. Prayers ivere offered by Mrs bert R. w. Woolen and Mrs. Al- Endcrlln. Nine members of Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Stick>.. „,„„ , „..,. „ mon. The meeting opener! with Ihe of Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Hoover hostess leading the Circle in repeating the watchword, prayer by Mrs. E. E. Stevens preceded the lesson taught by Mrs. C. E. Evans. -Mrs. Hoyt Brown closed the session with prayer. Fire visitors met with 11 members of Circle Nine who were entertained at the home of Mrs. E. G. Lovell. Prayers by Mr.s. John Buchanan opened the meeting. The lesson was presented by Mrs James Kelly. Mrs. Richard Robeson led in the closing prayer Social hours followed each adjourn ment. Whirlwind Style Artist Still Going Fast at 60 r, MKS. SARAH MARSHALL AM) MUKAL: "Just another phase." and family. Condition of Jane Burnett, three vcar old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett, who underwent a tonstlectomy this mornlne at the Blytheville Hospital is reported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck returned yesterday morning from Memphis where they had been the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. tr. Wootcn. They went especially to attend the confirmation of their granddaughter, Maxlne Woolen, at brace-St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Woody Jackson have returned from several days visit in Hanceville and Cullman. Ala. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Healy of Little Rock were overnight guests last night of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Blanchard and family. Condition of Arch Lindsey. who is a patient at Walls Hospital, is reported as much impmvcd. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Manley and Muss Nellie Claire Sutton are In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mucia of Guatemala City. Guatemala are visiting in Caruthersville. Mo., and Blythe- New Liberty News J. D. Sfephenson of Burnsville, Miss., has returned to his home after visiting his son. Hilton Stephenson and Mrs. Stephcnson. " r - al "i - Carl Gibson. Mr. .. „ , i n . ., - . . liam Hunley. Benny Harpole. Ed- vil | c ,„ caruthcrsville ihey are the | Rncl Mr =- J - c - Williams spent Wedward Lucas. Coy Howe, Donald Tinker. Bonnie Kincald. Sharan Razer, Sixth grade—Mrs. Doris Slaughter: J. C. Conley, Wayne Holbrooks. David Holt. James Privett. Frank- Sparks. Lucian Warth. La mar Wheat, Gail Crawford. Carol Ann Fondren, Sandra Jarrett. Dorothy Jean Jones. Sixth crade—Mrs. Julia Penn: Rodney Adkisson. Glen Ladd, Charles Mattes. Jimmy Mullins. Bob Robertson, Mickey Shelton. Jerry Tinnin. David Warren. D. L. Webster. Anita Alexander. Janet Boyd. Peggy Crews, Rene Hays, Sherry Hudson, Donna King, Barbara Ledbetter. Toby Ann Long. Nan Miller. Bonnie Whlsenhunt. 3 Guests Hear WMU Program Three guests met with nine members of the Number Nine Womens Missionary Union of the Baptist Church last night at the home of Mrs Gene Shultz for the Royal program. "Yearning Program Given For Auxiliary "Gardens Speak to Youth" was Blytheville Hospital the program directed by Joyce Steel 'Dismissed: guests of Mrs. Gertrude McElvain.l nesd »y m Memphis. In Blytheville they are visiting Mr.j Mr ' and Mrs - Hilton Stephenson and Mrs Ney Hunt. Mrs. Mucia isl and daughter, Mary Tom, spent the the former Martha McElvain Himt.| wcck at Kewonnee, Mo., as guests Mrs Russell Camobell. Mrs. Gaec i of - Mr - a » d Mrs - Walter Hill. They Clark and Mrs. Mary Kath'erine 1 a ' 5 ° v 'slied relatives at Sikcston Nelson were in Holly Springs. Miss.. alla Morchouse. Sunday for the Pilgrimage. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones and Condition of Miss Luelln Barnes !?on of Shelbyville. Tenn., are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Jesse Young of Red Banks. Miss., and Mrs. Raymond Turner of Portagevilte, Mo., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crook, Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. E. H. Crook was hostess Thursday at her home for a I p.m. luncheon honoring the Birthday who is a patient at the Blytheville Hospital is reported as satisfactory. Church Services Are Cancelled The covered riisti dinner-prayer meeting service planned for tonieht a', the First Presbyterian Church at 6:45 p.m. has been cancelled for this week, it was. announced today. NEW BEDFORD. Mass.— (NEA) —Mrs. Sarah Marshall is an unusual artist. Sometimes she finishes her painting before she remembers to p-Jt- her smock on. She has what has been called a "whirlwind" style with a paint brush. It's all the more remarkable because Mrs. Marshall is 77, She.took up painting just after her GOth birthday. Her painting speed was emphasized by the mural she just, finished at South Baptist Church. It took her less than seven hours to con- \'ert a blank space behind the bap- tistry into a colorful River Jordan ccne. First, she made a 4-by-8 inch sketch of the mural, (hen transferred the .sketch to the . plaster wall. She continued the painting up to the top section of the wall that is arched to meet the ceiling. Mrs. Marshall, a native of England f isn't sure why she took up painting at all. Although she'd been mill worker, she'd always loved anything that was hand work. She thinks her pain tine Is "just an- other phase" of that hand work avocation. The Jordan mural is not representative of Mrs. Marshall's work She Is more at home Interpreting the wonders of nature on canvas She dclighls in painting colorfu flowers and trees and mountains Lalely, she's besrun to tackle portraits, too. Mrs. Marshal! does all of her work at an easel set up In her living room. The semi-studio is equippet with the accumulation of 17 years work, including materials of he needle-work and other hobbles. Her husband, a retired merchant is not artisttcaly inclined, but ob viously pleased with his wife's ef forts. Her training his all been self imposed. But she does admit, al most with shame, that she weaken ed once. A few years ago she reac a book about art. But It dldn' change 'her style any. Coming Events v Social Calendar Tuesi'ay High school and junior high school glee club concert, 1;45 at high school. Mrs. Harold Wood and Mrs. Boh McGraw cntcrlalnlng Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi "with dessert bunco canasta at Rustic Inn at 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League plays at iountry Club at 7:30 p.m. Order of the Eastern Star meelj at 1 p.m. at Masonic Temple. Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEG has 1 p.m*. .uncheon meeting at Robert A. Pafff :er home. Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr, co- hostess. High Two meets with Mrs. nick Watson. Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. TLE Club plays at the home of Mrs. W. E. Cherry. Mrs. Hunter Sims hostess to Wednesday club. GIB plays bridge at the home of Mrs. Denver Wilson. Thursday Phebean Class of the First Baptist Church has regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Roy Bcaves. 833 N. Franklin at 7:30 pirn. Duplicate Bridge League plavs at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. George saliba, Jr., hostess to Thursday Rook. Thursday Contract meets with Mrs. G. G. Caudlll. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham hostess to Mid-Week Club. Octette Club plays at the home of Mrs. Homer Wilson. Friday Womans Club entertaining with musical tea at club on West Main at 2:30 p.m Music In be furnished by Arkansas State College quartette. Friday Contract meets with Mrs' C. W. Garrlgan. ' ^ Zeta Chapter or Delta Kanpj^! Gamma has 7:30 p.m. meeting In Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Saturday Square dance at Country Club Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune, hosts and hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League it 1:30 p.m. at Hotel Noble. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, TIL. April 24 (/P|— (USDA)—HOIJS H.5M; active; weights iCO Ibs up 10 to mostly 25 higher than Monday's average; extremes 35 up; lighter weights 25 to 50 higher; sows fully 25 up; bulk pood and choice 180240 !bs 21.75-22.00 with mostly early sales 21.85 down; top 22.10 for one load; 240-300 Ibs 21.2.i; 150-170 Ibs 20. 50-21.75; 120-140 Ibs 18.25-20.00; 100-110 Ibs 16.75-17.75; sows -100 Ibs down 19.75-20.50; few head higher; over 400 Ibs 1825-19.25; stags 14.0016.50; boars l?.0fl-15.00. Cattle 3.200; calves 1,500; opening less active on steers and heifers but prices fully steady with good and choice steers largely 35.0037.25; few commercial and low good 33.00-34JM; commercial and good heifers and mixed yearlings 32.0034.00;" cows fairly active and steady; utility and commerical 26.00-20.00; canners and cutters 20.00-26.00 Club. A lace cloth overlaid the lunch- Eon table, a low bowl of purple iris formed the centerpiece. Spring flowers were set about the entertaining room. Miss Frances Long was * luncheon guest. Al The Hospitals last night for (he Intermediate i Girls Auxiliary nt Calvary Baptist Church. The Auxiliary met with the counselor Mrs. J. D. Widner at Service Youth: Union president, Mrs. T. N. John-' the chanson, opened the meeting by lend-! Taking part in the ins the joint repeating of the ] were. Juanita watchword, prayer by Mrs. Recce Moore followed. "What Lack Ye Yet?" was the devotional presented by Mrs. Raymond Whittle preceding the program. Participants were, Mrs. Hershel Rustin. Mrs. M. L. Hart. Mrs. Frank Coats, Mrs. Horace Caldwell, Mrs. Shultz, Mrs. Billy Jnhnson, Mrs. Moore, and Mrs. Eric Ray. The program portion was closed with prayer by Mrs. Johnson. A sandwich plate and parly (cods were served from the crystal set refreshment table. Individual cakes Iced with the letters, "WMU" also were served with frosted drinks. William E. Northcutt. City Mrs. Roy Brown and baby. Ar- norel Mrs. Claude Holmes. Tyler Walls Hospital j Dismissed: discussions Thurman Montgomery, City Crump, Bernice Mrs. J, W. Flannigan, City Crump. Pezsy Webb, Joan Tedicck. and Patsy McGee. I „ k Mttmaled thal , r the exi3l _ Prayers were led by Peggy Webb i ins water in lakes were added to and Mrs. Widner preceding the ad- j the ocean, the water level would journing with singing of the GA hymn o[ the year. A rehearsal followed for the coronation ceremony May 9. be lifted two feel. Berne. Ihs name of the capital of Switzerland meaas "Bear." WSCS Circle Meets at Church Circle One of Lake Street Mtlh- (idist Women's Society of Christian Service mH last niiht at the church, with twti saie.'Us aupiidiu:; the weekly session. Guests \vith the 12 members (vere, Mrs. Pan! \Vi^- eln. 1 ; and Mrs, Troy Garner. Mrs. Billy Kins." WSCS president. 5uc Burnett nere Is a stunning uate nock in Junior sizes mat nas an me aetans teen-agers aaore—sngnny irmi^r ntled waist, tiny stana up conar ami Hill skirt. fatten) No. MIS is a sew-rue perforated pattern for sizes 11, iv. 1.1. 14. 16 and 18. size 12, 4-, yarns ol 39-incn. For this pattern, send 2ic plus 60 for first-class mailing. In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 312 W. Qulncy Street. Chicago fi. 111. You'll like the many interesting rewmp suggestions contained In the Spring and Summer FASHION Sfw-slmplc styles, special features; pllt patterns printed .iu.Mrte the hock, Send K cent* lodny lor your copy. 1 conducted the meeting which o jcd with the devotional. "Grid and I 1 Took a Walk" given by Mrs. C. T. ' Shamltn. Prayer adjourned Ihe se.-r-ion. Mrs. A Russell Directs Program Mrs. Adrian Russell directed tho program, "Yearning Youth" yestcr- clp^v' for the 12 members of the Armorel womcns Missionary Union, who met at the church. Group singing preceded Ihe opt ins prayer by Mrs. W. R. Edmom Participants In the royal service program were, Mrs. Ira Dickfoii Mrs. Ray Donning, Mrs. VranV: Mays. Mrs, James Parri'h. Mrs H. McCain, Mrs. F. jsrrison and Mrs Edmonson. Following group slngins. Mrs. R. H. Rcbstock led in the closinc prayer. Sensational New HYPERCIN Stops Acid Pain of Diagnosed STOMACH ULCERS Ask Your Doctor about the BENEFITS ot HYPERCIN No Faster-Working Safe Pain Relic! Known. Also for Acid Indigestion, Gis, After-Eating Distress. Each new Hypcrcin Tablel Stops Pain of aboul 1 cupful of Stomach Acid During 4 hours. Hypercin pro(ec(.s Acid-Irritated stomach walls. Puts Firm control on acid pain of Diagnosed Stomach Ulcers. i»Unl Mr-* ICypcrcin rcnchei th- stomach it bepin* to adioib fxco<* hydrochloric acid, ll coali inflamed ^loinach lining nature » Rieater opportunity lo ioothp And hear. Pain ^ quickly- almost instantly • • - nervoui tension disappears. Make This 7-DAY Home Test YOU MUST BE SATISFIED wilh HmsCIN 01 Ihe mnnxifntfuret will poy your money batV. AFTER.EATING PAINS, CAS, HEARTPURN, SOURNESS, MAY FADE AWAY AFTER VERY TRIAL. AT ALL DRUGGISTS KIRBY DRUG STORES THE CROSLEY ELECTROSAVER USES LESS ELECTRIC CURRENT THAN A 100-WATT LIGHT BULB * RUTH MILLETT * Learn to Handle a Husband Who Likes "to Be 'Big Boss' By RUTH.MILLETT. NEA Staff Writer Her husband has only one fault. But it i s serious enoush to make i hw wife miserable and unhappy ' He wants to be the "bis boss" o( ;he family—(o give orders and have his wife jump to carry them out. If she doesn't jump, he sulks: And, she says, he has told her often, "Honey, if you do as I say and put ip no argument, everything will run smoothly." "It isn't that his request.'; are unreasonable," she says. "None of them Is. it's just the idea—do this and do that, or else." .. ' ' A marriage isn't a dictatorship— it's a partnership. And if the only way a wife can keep peace is to continually "Yes" her husband, never daring to disagree with him, jumping to do his bidding, then the peace \K purchased at Too high n price. Don't "buy" peace that way. Oon'l make an Issue of every lltlls thing that comes along. But when you feel your dignity as a person and as a full marriage partner 19 being kicked around, hold up your head and stand up for your rights. Fighting Isn't the worst thing'that can happen to n marriage. If a woman turns herself into a doormat she is doing herself, her husband and eventually their marriage' a great injustice. -' For no human beine can for Ion? have any respect for the person who.'J does not-insist on his right as an individual. So keep your spirit. Next time Ihe "big boss" gives you an order, say pleasantly: "How about putting that in the form of a request?" The "big boss" may sulk awhile and accuse you of trying lo start a fight. But down in his heart he'll have a lot more respect for you. It's Another Reason For Choosing Crosley! Model UC-10 $279.95 CROSLEY gii/e4 you rt\£ SHELVADOR ll's a penny-pinchcr! The cold-making unil in Ihe ('ti)sley Uefiiterator we call Ihe "Klctlrosavcr" . . , and il has (he hesl dependability record in (he entire re- rriiioialor industry! Imagine less electric current than a lii;Iil l>ull>!.Thai's just one reason why an investment in a Ciosley Shclvador Refrigerator saves you money year after jear. 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