The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 6, 1939 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 6, 1939
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'-'' .PWftlf* .NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKbT VIM. TfcW WiM Admit Erorst Souse <J -Companion ' * WHsott -to iW— . iRITZ THEATKR ! ! - -io see- ' "BRIDAL, SUJTE Judo plajcd ]>y Hfrs lone Mis O. \Y Roic and Mis. H c Rowgaic a responsive reaclwg. which was folloiied by llie ringing of "Blessed.^ the Tie Tlirtt Binds." Mis N R Slioucl, program leader, jmrt 'for her subject, "lfcr,v Big Is My World/' Her lioiiss- BUcsfs, Misses .Mary and France Scott, of Union City, Teiih,, presented the "Inlerdqieiulencc of arc spending several weeks with their sister, Mrs.'N. IS St and Mf. Slroud. MI. and Slroud motored to Union oil (hem Sunday. Mrs. David Urn-Un, of Ca stopped hero yesterday for A visit, with he,, parcnu, Mr. Mrs, w. M. Bums. SJie *a route lo Memphis. Mr and Barton will leave Sunday < Miss Martin His The ADO 1 blob Pirty. Summer floucis arranged M. Terry discussed the "Chrtstlili Concept of the 'Community.' 1 Dining the business session, re ports , made by library chair ~~ «~» > nvnvio uiiun^tu in jjuz i.-> NLIV: imuiu uy iiuifiry eimir mixed bouquels gave a colorful i man, Woild Call cliaiimnn am note to the parly jesteiday aftci-ilhe mission gionp clialiman t when Miss Virginia Mailinj Tlie hostesses scnpil icfrcsh m'enla to the 20 members and out giiest, Mrs. Jnmcs Crook,, who wen present. ..vui» n »*«.** nn^o v ii^uutt iviru un entertained Ihe members of llic ADO club and five guests with a party at her home, i Guests \\ero Mrs Jctoi ibomas ) Scanlon, Miss Nancy Claire Mc- CaUIey, Mrs Albert Taylor, Miss Anita Strapke and Mrs J n 1,11^- elfelner, of Columbia, Mo, houseguest of Or and Mrs S P Martin and family Refreshments uere sen eel nt the conclusion of llio bridge games In which Mrs Charles Langston Ji was high scorcl- among tlio club members and Miss Slrnckc, among tlie guests * • « Is 'oc'est of Chib Mrs Walker II Baker was the giirst of Mrs J P Holland ,vo- iucnamz nils v, tcrday whtn she enleitaincd mem- mandnirenLs ni hers of the ^-Monthly club al a 1 &,,{?,' j™, Idnchcon puty al the H6tel Noble A centerpiece of mixed flowers Bits of News Mostly Personal* Miss Lillian Shni'cr tinil Miss Caroline Haley were llic overnight guests of Mi and Mrs Udgar Skinner In Osceola last nlghi. lx?e Goodman, cf Memphis, Is , , i|)eii(|ing this week heie nidi her n was used at. the .luncheon table, while vases of gladioli, daisies iiicl other summer flowers wcic -m- ranced about the looms ,Mrs Eti Williams was )iigh nnrl Mrs f Baker, second high In the bridge games Tihlcli fo!lo«'ed » » * Snmmer Scheme "llwrt In iJouUe Four Part} A summer scheme «as uuucd cut In the dccoiatlons for (lie pai- ty ghcn yesterday afternoon by Mrs Otis Shcphciil foi mcinbcn Of (ho Double POilr Bridge Uub and two gncsLs, Mrs E r Blo- mejerand Mrs Raymond Schmuck ' ' the dominant s»m- Gladioh n\er flowers used the enterlalnms; rooms A „...,. course scned by the hosiers In the bridge games, Mrs Raj mond Smith -»as high scoier. Has Club Parly, When Mrs J W Parker cntei- Mis I . -.1 nml Mis. W Goodman, who me vacallon- in Knrdy, will come Fiklay foi- her Airs D ra Nelson, of Toxaikanti, Is speiitllng the suiiiincr here with Mayer and Mrs. Marion Williams Mr^ Nelson Is the molhoi of Mrs, Williams. Mrs Toby Long and daughter, Snnrtia, arc •spending two weeks 111 Muriaj, Kv, with lulallves 'Jlicy weie motored o\ci llic f'uiUi of July b) Mi Long and MI nml Mrs E I, Jones Connie Moclln'ger returned 'nics- daj night fiom Hot Spring'; wlieic he sjicnl Ihe holiday weekend. Mi ,md Mrs Dick Pollei and family, \viio hn^c been lesidlng at iiommani sum- „,. - r ~ " «^^,. ^o,u in decorating 2l \ , Eil6t Dougan avenue, ni rtni^ A ^,<iiri '"n^'ng (hcii home at J01 (hcii home at J01 East Kentucky avenue. Miss 'Alice Sallba will nnlve home S.itmday fiom llauly wheio she has been a counsclloi wppi entice at Kamp Klwaill llei slstci, Miss Vcra Sallba, who icWcd In Die tnlned members ol Hip Town anil c " ni f ) ns Bio\Miic Counsellor, ni- Countiy club yrslerday afternoon rlvctl " mc llls t Saliiitlay wllh a party al her home, sne J cl \de Wilson, or Kemiell, had also ns her uucst. Mrs O n b JXS"t Die holiday weekend here had also ns her guest, Mrs o R Wit Die holiday \veekend here < Wrotcn . I wilh hh aunt, miss Mnbel llogan -The hostess served icfreshmenh' ailtl family , Ba „„„ after the guests had nliycd brldts" I Jvli ' :5 iloycc Slckmann, of Ne« from Memphis High score prize went (o Mis Orleans, 1 is spending two weeks here Mr ami Mis E i, Cioiicli and "."• '**«ft; ountcty Oil three weeks toiir O f the West The Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Coolc nnd son. Dadd, of Joiner, spoil Ihe fourth- of July here with the! parents, Mr. and Mrs. M, T, Moo nnd fftinlly anil Mr. and Mrs. P. L Cooley, iiijd ramily. Sundny, Mi niifl Mrs, Moon and Mr. and Mr.< J. Cecil Lowe and son, jlmnilc ha. Blient (ho, day with Die O:olcy in Joiner, : _ Mr. and.Mrs. W. T. Barnctl nm oaughter, Billy Marie, went lo Ho prings today to spend two week.' Mrs. Cora Boyd has i-etiiriic< cin^a month's visit with Mend and .relatives In McAlister okln Oklahoma City and points of Kan •ins. Her son, Bill Boyd, mbtorcc lo Springfield, Mo., to meet her Miss Tpmmfe Hatcher returned ycslenlny from Glen Allen, Mte wliero she spoil five weeks. Sli wns the. Rucst :of Mr. and Mr irnber Haiiff sit their lodge on Lak Washingtoh. Mr. and- Mrs. K, P. Johnston, in Memphis, spent the weekend here is the guests of Mr. arid Mrs J ' Mrs. j. n. LlUceifolner arid son Joe, of Columbia, MO., have arrlv- ,d to spend several peek's here vith Mrs. Utxelfciiicr's parents Dr. and Mrs. S. p. Marli'n, anil nmlly. " Mrs. j. G. Barnes and Mrs. B A. pugg returned yesterday froin i Ihrco weeks' vacnlioh - Is Ne'.v York City. They ivcre nccoinpnn- rtl by Mrs. David; Ross, ofUftm- >hls, and..Mrs. P. A.'-Alexander f Lcachylllc. While hi hfew York, )}ey were the guests of Mrs. Ross' on, Morris" Cdrzln'e, iind Mrs. Cov- Ine. -nicy attended the World's "nlr. En route home by the 'Sky- ne -route, (hey stopped In Wash- igtou D a foi two days an 1 Iso stopped In N-islnllle .ind limphis Evelyn ,!anc Hatcher returned iund.ij fiom a visit In Jackson UNI She spent, rue weeks ultti Ii nnd Mis Randolph King Mi and Mrs Bob Chllcj, Ind as icir guests over llie f uilh Mis J..U Amterson and daughter. Miss 'ntrlcla am! Miss Virginia Blcking f TulsT Okln M-is Mirjorie McBrldc spent, iho oni th of Julj hoheHis in Hot lirlngs with i [nrty of friends James B Clark, and second high to Mrs O C LAiigslon * < * Has Play rarlj Vivian Patterson of Jaclson, Miss, and 9lght of her filenns were enlerWmcd at a "piay paily' Sfoterday afternoon by Vivians grandmother, Mrs W T Obersi, \\horti^he is usiting here After tlie 'giifcls liad played as the gticsL of »n and Mrs O Modlngei and family Mis Eiclsn Wood v\ha Is visiting; friends in Memphis duiiug the summer, spent Ui e fonith of July hohriajs here with hei paicnts, Mi nnd Mn, W M Bums Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Wlllinms returned lasl inghl [,om Lake Vil- games, Mrs Obei-sl cream and cakes Group >' NCK Year's __ \Vork Mrs^ J Cecil Lo«e, new president of the mi-sion study group of Ihe Woman's Ccjncil of (he First Christian church presided over the first meeting of the croup during the ne\\ Council jcai at n meeting at her home Mondaj al terncon. Mrs G w hostess \\ilh her 'Kindled Fires Is the theme of the year's devotional Mrs George W Barham led the period Mon- llh a pic- lagc, ArK, where llicv spenl Hit Fourth of Jul\ holldms 'lliej «(.rc sened "lee accompnnlrd home by "ll'icir claitgh- tcr; .virgliiln, win -win i, m kc her homo here after having .lived .in Lake Village •Virgil Grecue went, to Litllc Hock yesterday to attend lo business. lie Is expected lo return tomorrow morning. Miss Birdyncll Diuilap, of Ucbcr Spvings, |s spending a week, hero as the :guest ol Mr. ailtl Mra. Joe G. Trics'chihunn and family Mrs I O Wcstbro-k is rcslms well at, Ihe Memphis Baptist Iso-i- pltnl following a major operation performed icslcrday Misss Mary Scott nml Afiss Fran- Rose was co- LADIES' SLIPPERS J^cd Cross and Paradise Formerly §G atul §6.50 $yf 85 NOW T 4Ui BKOKKN While, Hlnck Paleiit, ('jcsli Earth, Jilue, Udsc ,t ta:i. '!.<» Hijh or JUcdinin Herh, Sizes 1 in 16, ^^'idllls i\ (o B. LADIES' SLIPPERS While, . Black Talent, Bhe, Fink, Green, Beige H, •— Tin S3 95 and S300-NOW .95 Uijrli, iyudiiun ami Uw Heels, Size .1 lo 1, A \,\ \ to H, Broken Lot's. LADIES' SLIPPERS BROKEN- f.OJ-, lORMfcHMT SMS-NOW or Mcrlium tints, fiiies 3 ( 0 9, Widths AA lo B .yb White, Hlack ]'a- fan, POLL PARROTT SHOES "FOR BOYS .1 GIRI.S THE fAMILY SHOE STORE > 312 W, Mitrn Phonc 231 •tfi »< Ifci lives alid friends in New Pontotoc Innelo, Fulton s us James and Wiync hive le- titined from a trip through p-int-s of Mississippi. They visited rela- Albany, ville, Wmona and Columbus Thcj ah -I ppcrt in Memphis Tcnn im\ went lo Alicevillc Ala lo be Ihe guests ol Mr. Crouch's brother. Frank G. Crouch, and family, Be- foit leivlng on Ihe Mississippi trip Ihej iccomp mlcd bj B L Crou-h Jr. and Mr..Drench's mother,Mrs. J. M. crouch, spent four dnys in Shrev'epdrt, Ln., with Mr. Crouch's, sWci Mr<i jf T Willhmson and Mi Williiimson ' Bob Chiles, who lias beeii ill ni his home for n nunlh, is now able lo be out. Osceola Society — Personal' Society blvliles Circles ' The Methodist Missionary Sjclcly was divided Into three circles instead of two,as his been th'e'"iib- lom for many years, (U j,i, e h i, sl . meeting at the church Monday aflernopn, Mrs. Roy E. D'aws'ii Mrs. Mtil Galloway and Mrs E V Boles were selected as tempsrary chairmen (9 serve until regular meetings flic resumed in SepCcm- The clcvoUphal period included prayer by Mrs, O. B.> Sogravcs. a reading and piano s:lo by Emily Mason., The study of Mclhoilisl nlssicns nr South America was led by Mis, U W. Waller*. Tlic Rev Paul Galloway, pastor,' • pjsjilaliieci .he advnnlnges of more circles In •lie society ris n means.<-f enlisl- ng and .developing h greater liuin- >cr of women. »- • «, It.-iiilisl IV. M. V, Mccls • Reports froih (he Jour circle chairmen, young people's counselors and chairmen <f standing com- nillce.vwcre heard al the 'rc'iUnr nomhly Inisincss meeting of the Womtui's Missionary Union: of the Baptist church Monday aftcrlioon The 38th chnptcr of J:b, frcmicntly called Uio Whirlwind Chapter of he Bible, was used as llie devo- lonal by Mrs. n. II. Jones. Mis. Ida Tucker, first vlce-prcsl- Icnt. mid •..enlistment chairman, talcd that,the total membership low slood at 107. Mrs. Hnrolct Tiii- rinn, .third ,'vlcb president who dl- •ects activities 'of young'.people's ii.xlliarlcs, /announced thai six neiiibers of the -Junior and Inter- nedtate Girls .Auxiliaries would- cave Monday for the G. A. camp I PcriicllfT, near Little Rock. Mrs. lale Jackscn. Literature clialrmnn, (atcd that there we're arounrt 60 ubscilptlons lo the slate den m- mtlonal papci and mlsstonaiy and oung peoples wapa*lne<; in the ctlety Mrs Dwight H Blackivood licsident nsslgncd the tisk of ccorallng llic church during Julj circle tlnee of nhlcli Mrs am Slcivart is chairman. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS J. B. Herring 'of Mempliis and J. V. rviulkner of -Millington, relumed Monday frorii a two wccta motor Irlp lo New York and oilier points cf Interest In (he. East. iv M fr' ,°'' a Wl1 .^' a "<l daughter, Manna plenn, of dreiiada, Miss., arc here for a visit -with her sister, Mrs. Ai.idrcwj. Florida. Mrs/Clara L. isiinnis o'f CaHliagc, Mo., Ls the guest of her daughter, Mrs. B. E. Modro; and Mr. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Irwlii Buller of Memphis were Paui-tU of July visitors with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Butter and Mr. and Mrs. p. E. Tcmpkin.s, Jack Hook, who Is working will) the U. s. Engineers at Marked rrce, spent the •weekend with hi mother, Mrs. J. H. Hook. Bruce Ivy Jr,, J3oj'd White nnd Adlar Ho:k spent the Fourth cf July at hccllpol Lake in Tennessee. Miss Sue Wright of Woodland, Miss,, relumed to her home today aflcr » visit cf three weeks here with her aunt, Mrs. Everett Reid mid family, she was accompanied by Billlc field, who will visit his graiidparenfs, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Reid and other relatives in , Mississippi for Ihe remainder of the summer. Mrs. E, S. Chiles and .son, David Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chiles were gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. Kiissel) Chiles iii Memphis Tuesday. Mrs, Hoy Dillard is a patient at Hie. Baptist hospital in Memphis, while Mrs. Charles Ixnvrance Jr. is in the Methodist hcsiiital. Miss Mabel. Louckcs cf Memphis Moonshine Produced In Coffee Pot Still ijjljLY. 6j:'i$3&, .lucst of Her sister, Miss Ilorlcnsc Louckcs Tuesday night and Wednesday. . Mrs. Julia Oweii, Martha Kale Bryant and Carrie Mac Hires of Lusora, accompanied by Mary 'Ellen Edrliigton of Osceola, nnd nhlji'li Abraham, Raymond Clark, Carl 'I) id and Alanson' Douglas of., Memphis spent (he Fourth of July' at Blue Lake. Wll At The Hospitals llljtlifullc llrrspll-il MKs H-ucl Gurle.}, cits admitted Mrs Llmcrisrr\\cr city admitted Walter Gray Slecle dismissed N-uicy nicbirds cilv dhmissecl Mrs. Bill Jones, city, dismissed. Mrs, Milton Pern-son, city, dismissed, .Wiills ..Hospital Miss Lottie Moodj fjler idiml led Mrs. M. S. Bellinger, Manila, admitted. Marvin Kullcrton, Stcelb. '«lU- nils-scd. Agnes Sue Bcnlon, city dir, mlssert. itrcnipliis ElnplfcU Hospital Bill Haeemnn. Hayti. admiltcd. HUNTINGTON^ Ind. (UP) — A pear tree, believed, to have been nearly 100 years old—one of the oldest In tills section of the country—was blowii down by n storm. The tree, which reached n height of--lft feel and was 9 feet aronn'rt, never fnllM to bear fruit. •radiitcmn Circles Bteet Circle one of the Presb>terlan .u\llnrj met in the home of Mis Sendee Cartn right Monday aflcr oon with Mrs H C D\vnl°on endln» Ihe lesson on the len pmmaiKlmeiiUs. Ciicle t« met ftlth Mrs Gi-orge Jovlc with Mrs J A Grostlwiilc idlng a slmihr lesson; ' * * * Mi and Mrs C r Minlcy spent loiulij and Iiiesday in Forrest III with their mothers Mrs R J -uri nnd Mis C A \Iinle\ rheli nlilicli Mnij fane and Chirles fnnlej will reiiHIn foi a longei sit \flth then giandmotheis .Mrs J M miner of Cincinnati hto Is here fu a months visit llh licr piicnls Mr and Mrs arry DilhavmU al Kclsev, aiid ilh rel-itive-i In Memphis Hei daughter Nnncj Sue Coleman will spend smne time with her giind- pavenls, Mr. and Mrs. George Coleman in Memphis. Mr. and' Mrs. iVoy E. Dawson (hove lo Memphis Moiiiiay lo meet llic laltcr's sister, Mrs. b. M. Carter' cf Milton, Ga., who accompanied Mrs Divisoii ajid daitghtci hntie Nell to Murphrecsboro Ark for a months visit \\ith their mclher, Mrs. O. B. Owen. Mr Dan-son will join (hem later in the summer. 'Mrs, Leo Maxwell and MIss'lAir- line Wilson atcoinpimcd bj Mrs Zachary Taylor free Sacrificed for Highway SOMERSET, Pa. (UP) — A tree cnce .characterized by .President Znchary Taylor as "so sturdy a vigorous 11 cculrt vvell serve as a , nbol. to Aitierlcan deihoorncr" Ins fallen—cut tioiui to make vi\ for Hie states ne» all «either highway. llic tree a 350 jcir-Ud slo <1 east of Somerset President Tijloi visited the mighty oik \uth Oen Alcxandci Ogle in 1848 It vas riddled Mtli uullets l)che\cd imbedded there in skirmishes bct\\cen Imlmib and wliite setllers. hor » VCrC< a coffec P°<< still here that turned out 40 quarts of i»;ojisli!iio in three months When an-estcd .for., Illegal 'distillation of liquor Mrs. Ahna.'sifder. M-year- 0 ld w ,dow, said she was just brewing; a little liquor 'to cele- nrale her daughter's wedding "How long do such...celenraU:'ns last?" someone a'skcd. .'•' . "I hear they last sometimes ai long as Ihe marriage," the Judge commented as he Imposed a llehl Sentence. New British Worships Are Launched Weiekly LONDON (UP)-Warships for the Biltlsh na\y arc being Idinichcd i)y shipyards al an average of more than one a- week. This month the big new aircraft- can ler Viet rlous, and tlie cruiscrf Hormome, rijl, Kenja, Nigcila and some other small craft will be niit Into the water, : • - • • -.. -During the yiar, SO iliips' of ill sizes,, with a total: tonnage of ?.«/?»,»'!l)' be laBcJicd. Gun Yac- lorlcs are delTvefing 6'6 anVl-air- craft guns a month for the equipment cf the new ships. ; Boys Pay; lor Damaging ; . . Stone Giant Outline (UP)-iFive' youths were fined $7.50 each for damaging the Long' Man of Myiimlnglon," 240 reel giant outlined in stone on Winclover Hill, Sussex. ' It. : was said IHat tlie !;oys tb'k sUnes froM.the .I*ii ? Man and ihrew Ihem^down the 1)1)1. Tlie largest representation b'f the^human figure In (lie world, the origin of Die Vug Man i, „ m>s . teiy Legends credit ancient artists with the «ork 'theories differ as lo \ihetliei the figure Is meant to represent Balder, Beowulf or St Peter Read Courier News want adi TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY lF»r Thursda.Vj Friday, ''. ay and Sundiiy ' Gladiolus $1 per Doz. CASH AND CARRY HEATONS HOMfe OF FLOWERS New Uadei-atm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration . CAKIJ OV THANKS LOXORA, Ark.. July S.-Tp the many loyal friends in Liixora, \Ve desire to express our sincere nrt- prcclallon for your kindnesses to our Imsb.ind, father, dnrt bvothbr, John coil-ran, during Ms-'lifetime, and to its in our bereavement. ; Votir tlioughtful expressions of friendship, did hwich to alleviate our sorrowful hearts In his passing away on July I. Sincerely, Wife, children, brothers and slslcrs. 1. Docs not rot dresses — docs ri6l irrilatc skin; 2. No waiting to rfr> Canbeusnl right aftci sliann^ 3. liistJnrl) slops |>crs|;iradon for 1 10 3 ihji Remotes odor from pcrspirjuou 4. A pure n lute grctsclcss, stain lew lanishmgcram 5. Arrtd lias been awarded the Appro> il Scat of the Ancrican Insuttjic of Ijundcring for being harmless lo ftbrics. 15 MILLION ,«s ol Arnd nave beon sold Try a jar lodayl 39jS, ARRID Al .11 .'|OT,1 l«l«iln I ANOTHER GLASS? RIGHTlUPTWi'S ICED T6A SURE HAS MORP KAVOR, MOTHER! AND HOW IT COOLS YOU OFF WHEN YOU'RE HOT,AND THIRSTY! I GUESS WE ALL LIKE LIPTQH'i BETTER, TOM. AND IT'S REALLY _l GET MORE THAN 200 GLASSES FROM A POUND! tJAUrt <>!•• THANKS We wish to thank every one for Ihe kindness- and consideration! shown us nurlng the 'llliicss and I aealh of our tieai- mother wife, Mrs. Nell i,. Woorlard. \ Especially do we tliank Stewart, Mrs. Chllds, and Crews family, also Mr. and Kelly Gardner. | E. B. Woodard ( Mrs. Sara Gibson i Mrs. Thelma Ashley 1 Mrs. Helen Ashley ! Mrs. Evelyn Cockerhlm James Woodard. Lawrence Woodard and! Mrs. the Mrs. apus, fli, orfu i buds fragrance and bouut. Heje thej' Aie — the cool frocks yon need tocaiiv you tluoUgh the .summer' And thev'te bland new — hardly out of thejr Tnnimed or tailoied styles—hglit and ttaik gionndb 1 14-52 A NEW LOW Smart Rayons—FI akcspuns, Crepes, Shantungs! Cool Cottons! Rock Dot Voiles! Dotted Swiss! Printed Batiste! 'Ihe ide;\l \vavjojieshen \oih sum- mci \\auhobc' With lovelv, cool fiocks—nice enough to wlar ftdm rooming- 'III night Heie you lU stvle, quality, excellent fabnc^— a budget puce! Bov serial Now—\\jth h%o hit summer months to go—\oh nded ftesh n^w flocks' These are dainty, delightfully cool —and ntfht m stvle' Puncess Xvpes and Spoil models, afteuuxxi styles, and sehd6l dresses' Sizes 14 =52 io | luM rerenerl nnrtthcr 201)0 >'ARI>S OF SHEER , * KICS —A MAtNUFACTURER'8 Cl.ObfcOUli '. of jou who missed onl on the last iteortmcrtt of these, let hs sa^ if •von're accuslpmcd lu pacing; frdm 25c.-K) (o 30c jd fnl iVirUid Dinudcs, Tlock Dot Uwni, Printed Fla\ofts dnd No\c!ty Sheers ion ]^«m''«ialc (he trerrtendous SaurtRs we're offering vmi on mm~ 13^C (hcse Yd.

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