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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY-,- APRIL 24, 1940 T(^mmye^Dcan Hatcher E'ecomes |Br;ide WJwn M&ftt&nye' Dta'ri Hatcher oared for the sick a« an Army Cor* nurti" hi • India" anfl Lieut Kob*rt Pat. Taylor piloted, a plane in Hal>, tliey often dre'arrled of the "day when peace wguld come and .they could be married. I T^at dream was fulfilled yoster- ildaj' «!tepnobni j wediing was solemnized at First Presbyterian church in oile'bf th'« piet|iest ceremonies of the Spring seasan. TSe Rev. S. B. Wilford, pastor Qf Firsf Methodist Chxirch, officiated , at t the double,* ring-.,otreiaotty il in Uie presence'of a-m»mber~ ol'. f relatives and friends. THe setting' for the Bedding party wos arranged ugainst^clusters ill Southern huckleberry, massed on the I walls and organ loft: Many whili' tapert, in wrought iron branched candelabra, glowed In the t chancel arrangement .of greenery :-{ nnd^formed the background for the' '•\ altar .detoratlons, _-, + , ^ .,-, * Wtilte (jlodioli,- in floor uJ-us.i aiitj slugle' t&eri' irt 5t*iriards>tla|iked theirayef 'S)tSr Wfor"4 whfcir'the liidll couple pledged thejr vows. Decbrating the white satin 1 prayer kerujh wlier e clusters of white snap- drasons. "' '"" " "' r '" v • Mrs. Pegfey Jones Wagner, who ' ; lighted tlie tapers, wore a formal 1! B owp-oT'pm^TTOnrniSettc~«'lth a •1' white carnation corsage at he* a shouldeiv *•* « .«-..-.., , jf A'proftftift ^HiuBtliKn«islc -was presJnteTT tSy ftrs.'- tAltbn" C.' Fovrl- ston* organist, an.d,Mi|>s Mary, Ann Parks, vocalist. . Adcompanied: by" Mrs.: Fowlslo" Mis^ Parks saiig^, r"Becaiise;" Gu> d'H»rdek>t and "I Love You Tr.uly," CarJ Jacobs Bond. As the guests assembled . Mrs. Fowlston played "Dearest,,Believe,''" GloVaaui; "Love Poem," Gr'ieg; "Prelude to Art" III of ; Lohengrin,"'••'Wagnerr "Ro- maiice," Rubenstejn. She played 'Ave Maria^" Schubert, during the cercmony,-ai(t«f'the wedding inarch, , "Brfcal Chorus from. Lohengrin," 1 Wagner, hai, JyvaJded 1 the 'bridal ' paiby The>-W«idl' -'-•••'• "Mijlsiimmer Night's > del^ohn, vias used for Ihe recessional. Mfs^ ] mal gown heart • neckline. The long'sleeves came to a iXJlnt over the wrists. Tiny satm c'overed buttoivs w«re down the bnci to the wabst and Uie'lwdlcc wns\ accented with shirring. Forming it frame for her face, a crownless laue hut was trimmed with snlln streamers down the back. > Her bridal bouquet was of Bits of News • Spelling 'Champ' Mrs, G. J,. Heyde of Jackson, Mo., returned home yeslerday af- f ler sending the Easter holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Day, Mr denlas. carnations and stepanotls „ j "^ v^aM tt,y '•• centered with a '.white orchid and VL^' ^o^d has retur tied with satli. streamers, she car- ,„ ?1"'?,„ ,* 00< L 1 .^ t t 1 l e ! ur ; University of Mississippi, ned to -led a lace haradkerchiof which ^Ver"*pendii'tt ^"fVw"^^^!?.^' has been used by brides of the."^' 3?*^.'!% £ y lJ™ amily for the past century. She was given In marriage by. •»-jJih Mrs. Wood and hja mother, Mrs. L. T. Wood, He came b«eauw ' ier grandfather, Ardcn T3. j. Crowder. rowder Fort or the death of hi« fath'tr. Mrs. Wood is the former Miss Vernn . , McCiellan. Anniston,' Ala., uncle of he bride, s,:rvo: Ueutenant Tnylorl - „., Ml ' s s ' lllth .. , • , has returned , ns best man • home, after- spending . Ui« . past two Ushers were Randolph King oU '" 1 " M "' Jackson, Te.m.. uncle of Mlss| *, ter ' Mrs - Mab Topper. -Mrs. and Mrs. James Kaslnger Hatcher, Jiminic Parks nnd Charles'j*'' 1 wll ° Ullder »' ellt " ft«ior.op«ni- iittner" 1 j lion two weeks ago at. the.Methpdat Congratulations were extended I Hospital, has been removed .to- hjsr •I,,_,_:L.. ,_ .... ..,_;_.,.._ home, 25fi Wisconsin,'Aye., Memphis. 'Mr. and Miss Junet Tliarp of Mo., have returned to 'their home after spending a b'ci«f'.visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ftird. Prentis Holder, seaman first cbjss, SKD. who is stationed In New Orleans, is spending o 13-day 'leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. y lng MarohV from t's Dream'' 1 ' Men r ' wore ' a> whi te f or -\ wItrr a corsage of pink [ir Lieutenant Taylor and his bride in the'.Vestibule of the'.church following ' the ceremony. The bride's aunt, Miss Irene Crowder, wore a dark blue suit with matching accessories and a corsage of. white gardenias. Tile bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Ann Taylor Campbell of Richmond, Va., wore a pink dress with black accessories and a corsage of white carnations. . Lieutenant' ana Mrs. Taylor lett a'fterward. on their wedding trip. Spending today in Memphis, they will go to Cincinnati, Ohio, for a brief visit l>c(ore going to Osburn. Ohio, where- they will make their home while Lieutenant Taylor Is stationed at Wright Field. For traveling the bride wore a lime green suit with brown accessories and n straw sailor hat. Pinned at her shoulder was a purple .throated orchid. Mrs. Taylor, daughter of the late Mrs, Lilllc Mae Hatcher, Is a of a well-known Blytheville -family. Lieutenant Taylor, son of Mr. E. Holder. Mrs. Byron eighth 'grade student at Blythevllle ' Junior High school, will 'represent Ozark Surveyor Takes Bride, 16 74-Yeor-Old Husband Had Planned Wedding For 'About 2 Years' HOUSTON, Mo,, April 24. (UP) — Pretty Vinnie Sultan, lB-year-o!d ,, ,, , ., - ..- .... bride, arose i-arly today, jnllked the i" c » orl/ «»j with the theme ta- cows, fccllhc chickens ami prepared ^'' fr ° m / »?f k ° f Proverbs, breakfast for her 7.1-yuar-old bride- f. 9 " 1 '•Unptcr, 8th verse, "Where Baptist Women To Meet Friday At New Liberty The Mississippi County BaptUt Women's Association will meet Friday, 10 o'clock, at New Liberty Baptist Church, It has been announced by Mrs. i,. G. Miller, superintendent of I lie association. Leachvllle's WMS will have charge of the program, "Widening (froom. there is not vision the people per- Her now husband, w. T. Sulton, i AVesi Group To Tour State's Ozark /legion LITTLE ROCK, April 24. (UP) — The Arkansas Publicity Department today planned to entertain the Little Rock press corps on n three-day tour of the Ozark region of the state beginning tomorrow. Olenn A. (Bud) Green, state publicity director, arranged the trip for reporters of press associations In Arkansas and Little Rock newspapers. Thursday, the group will be in Judsonia, Bald Knob and Bales- vflle, and will spend the night at Norfork dam as guests of the U. S. Engineers. Friday, they will skirt the Syla- Perkins develops the symptoms of n bad cold from the monkey scent on his clothes. o/n5 ot bronchi iviit,,,! hit own elinrr>t nn hi* n-,.,,.1, • l - l ' atlin u conferences on different more Forest area, nnd stops are halted his o n Uots on »l.s O/nik ,, hasc ,. of WMS work wl(1 be Mrs planned in Harrison, Cotter and the niew"" "a swunt '•"»•< "<^"l M !" ei '' ."!'?• Or . 1 .' i ". H - U1U . of Ma ' Lost Valley In child." and Mrs. Clyde Webb. I New Liberty's WMS members will Neighbors took only mild interest hi: hostess with a luncheon, (o la the nmrrlage. They said Vin--be served at the church. nie was "a right good housekeeper I During the afternoon business and will make him a good wife." I session. "Mission Institutes" will ' "But most any Id-year-old uirMie discussed by Mrs. Hunt. hereabouts can cook and house-' keep," they said. Sutton, Texas county surveyor, owns DM acres of dlrl farm amid the scenic hills nnd valleys of this backwoods region. Neighbors said they giu'.ssed "you might call him prosperous." The need surveyor said he had All WMS members of Mississippi County arc urged to attend, It was announced. been about Uvo the marriage "for yeur.s." Vlnnie and her Half Moon News Mr. nnji Mrs. Henry Buck nre visiting i-hcir daughter, Mrs. Francos I.eshfr nnd Mr. Lesher. of'Cor- pus Christl, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mitchell mother had been keeping house iorl imd f ., mih , ,, avo Bone to LO S Allge . him for three years, he said, and he ics , Clllil ^ alld |)oilUs iu Oregon always admired her. , o v|si ,. e | lUivts - fc> . an extended contest held April C at tho Conn Winner of the contest will win M™*. M~ i r- " !rte LrU) to Washington, D. C,, wgrse, .^rs. A. "• iand entry In the National Spelling Bee..There, each speller.will win at .east. $40, even if he misses the Tltlln HUH VTrc UoYn, UT li.l.ii.'W r i'"J "' " ll "UHUIIU1 OPCIIIUG "S MSL^?fcl5 B .! ? ^|^v1r > each * peller ' wi "**""' Mrs. W. B. tanner ' relumed «"y * n "i Monday night from Helena, inhere she had been visiting Mr. and Mis. p. w. Schatz.'She'formerly resided there. Condition of Mrs carnations ,^and Miss Parks' dress «as-of^a(|U»-»>lth a corsage of •. pink carftations. Miss Evelyn, Catcher was her slst«r*s maid ofjhonor. Her formal blu* dotted SWhs dress- over white taffeta »f£ ftKhtortW %ith n~low necfc, shor£-p3ffed^*ilee\M Rfi'd n 1 bouifant skirt she carried a. col- ? om*l bouquet of white .gardenias, pnt( carnations arid ' bUte.-'iJutch iris', and in.-her hair..wore white CRi-aalions. . < •; Tte bride's wedding gown was of white tulle an rt lacs w.ith, a llopr- lenjlh bouffant- skirt- and -swecl- and Mrs. B. P. Taylor of Ivor, eceived his wings and com- at Blythevillc Army Air mission Field. put-of T lown : : guesU present for the 'occasion Included Captain and Mrs. , Crowder and their son. Arden . Jr;, Mrs. Haber Hauff ' al Greenville, Miss.; Mr. and Mm, : .V. Kill, who is critically 111 at Memphis Baptist Hospital, remained unchanged today. She underwent a major operation several days ego. E. R, Mason, who ha* been In 111 health for -the past seven months, left last .night for Rochester, Minn., where he will enter Mayo Clinic for diagnosis, . , W. F. Mop«niel, manager of the Federal-: Compress here,, will leave this afternoon for Johns Hopkins- Hospital, Baltimore, Md.,. where .he : is to undergo-a major spinal op- eratlon whether he will have to. remain in the • hcwplUr for, a lew weeks or several months will not At the Hospit&k Randolph King of Jacksan, TJenn.; ke determined until the operation Mrs. Maury Wad,lcy of Men * '" * * Mr.-;, and' Mrs. W. W. Hen'r . . , Corrjhig, 1 ; Ark.; Mr. nud? Mrs. Ben Green- of -Hoi Springs; Mr. . ana Mrs. Denn Hatcher, Mrs. J. D. Borpm. . Mrs. Dave Ijaney and daughter. Mrs. Sam Coble, all ot Osc'eola; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Rahm and daughter, Linda, o[ Ceciiing; Mrs. Robert E. l.ec King and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thomiwon of Cleveland, Miss.*. is performed. He Is • to be companied by Mrs. McDanlel, Coming Events ' '• Minister Is Speaker' ;" At] Jr. High PTA Meet "protestantism and Public Schools". wa>the 6Ul>je«t discussed by the, lie v. R. Scott Baird, pastor of FirSt Chrls- tlaij Church, when guest speaker yesterday afternoon at the Junior High Seljool ".faj-antSreacJiet:. Association meeting -it the:«chooi. vcns; Mr. ar.d Mrs. Ed Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr. Officers of this club_. organized n few weeks ago, are Mi". Stevens, president;- Mr. Smith, vice president; Mrs. Hammock, secretary and treasurer; and Mrs. Halsell, committee chairman. . Meetings Olivet ..Commandry meeting to- Mrs. R. -F,-.Kirshner entertains Thursday -Luncheon Club: ; Double Four Bridge -Club meet- inn with.Mrs. Bill Malln: Mrs. Raymond Smith hostess to Entre -Nous Club. Mrs. A, Cohway hostess to Midweek Bridge Club. Friendly Rook Club meeting with Mrs. R. A. Copeland. ' Mrs, J. C. EMUi hoslesa to Oc- tette Club members. Mrs. J. T. Hlckman enlertalns Alpha Beta Bunco Club. ' FRIDAY Junior .Fellowship meeting, 3:45 p.m. : . '..» Walls HoipiUl Admitted: Mrs. E. L. Farmer. Steele, Mo. . Mrs,. Elmer Battles, Armorel. Mary Louise Scrape, Rt, 3, city. Dismissed: Franklin Stullz. Rt. 1, city. Rhodu S^ultz, Rt. 1, city. Jerry Jones, city. Margaret Belt, city. Sarah Warrington, city. Wanda L*? Fleeman, Manila. Tommy Crawford, Cooler, Mo. Blylheville HoupiUl Admitted: Lennle Gibson, city. S. B. Proctor. Steele. Mo. ' Mrs. Jiute Meeker," city. Dismissed: Harold Gene Flowers, clly. Mrs. Clyde Wilson, city. ..Charles Seympre, city. . Memphis BaptUt Doipital Admitted: "-••-",. ' •E. V. Trimrh, Oaceola. John Crosskuo. city. Burn to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Worhurst, Wilson, triplet daughters. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, Osceola, a son. Memphis McLemore Clinic Admitted: Mis. J. C. Graham, Joiner. i Tfie Bex'JMi-"Batnrs"l«« was nlslit at-'the hair for elections of taken from an article in the Chris- magazine entitled .and the Public tian Century "Protestantism . Schools" by Charles Clayton Mor- rjsoiu -- , — _ . . .".i'v; : ^"."'j '.. A-sUteownt quolnd -by" the speaker .WHS,- "' officers nnd work in the Red Cross degree, announced by R. -E. Blaylock. ,v& left out the teaching of rcli- gio$, .this has" tended "ft "discount religion in the eyes of the youth." "Mr. Morrison sees a way? -.by yhfch religion could be taught In the school," the^Rey. Mr. Baird _con- linoed. 4* * r V' ^' ^ •'•' "|leligiou5><levotton'' aiid:X:orhmll- merit falls mjfhiq pie'tliu^Eh's func- ^ tio» but instruction about religion could be given In the public schools. This would give an intelligence on which young people could decide .in their homes and in their churches." "As it is," he continued, "churches §ave a mental vacuum in youth in '^relation to religion, but .-with teaching religion, could proceed with de^lopoient of faith and devotion." AJso_jsJres»iai _Uj4i)^_rejjort,. I thc Rev. Mr Baird said, Is "that .some university "must -t*tre -the-initiative an4 develop a training system by wljich teachers could be trained for teaching- religion in public schools just as tft«y*re-*tr»lrie* i --to. Ceach tcojiomict v :$qli(5cs_ ifirf i* Ae anot|ter v^rfSjSe', Mrs. R. *rn*U»n^played- sola, "Adagio Pathetique" by Bcn- janjin God»rd, accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Ben-yman, who also presented % plan* a«*),-«t,ady i of Seveilli Officers 'Irtstanea by- Mr«. Jesse M. ,Whit«L<»Si(trirt|chairDian of Ar- kai»M PTA, min Mrs. 'R. E. Van- Hower, pr«»ld<in»i-Mrs.'w. B. Mayo secretary, and *IW.°Henry Humph- reya, treasurer. 1 In the room count,-priws went to ho*e rooms of Mrs. . Katheriiw Or^en aad airs. Mirgaret' Manim BeU -.-... , Ihls is the last Junior High PTA session 6f Ihis school term. - Cne-lhlrd of the. . In return for the housekeeping, Sutton luid helped Vinnie's family, wl)(ch includes two other daughters and a son. Vinnie. dark-haired and smiling, tiad'liltlc to say about her mnrrlngc. But she obviously wns happy In the comfortable home where she had worked as a housemaid. ' Before they were married Sulton deeded 70 acres to Vinnie. Vinnie's mother and older sister, who live on a fnrm nearby, blessed Joe Baker and family .of near Gosnell visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Peeples. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clive Tweedle. of Blythovtllc silent the weekend with their sun, Coy Tweedle and Mrs, Tweedle. more large cities — Cincin- .nati and Philadelphia — have prohibited street parking in theii the marriage. Button's son came here from Pittsburgh, Pa., Saturday. The ceremony was held Sunday. Inil the son did not attend. The couple Invited friends to 'visit Sunday night. Sutlon and his bride took no honeymoon. Slip wns loo busy with her chores, and he returned to running his surveying lines through rocky gullies and tangled brush Monday morning. Neighbors said Sulton had taken up chicken farming "kind of heavy," ami ttiey thought Vinnie would be a help tending the chickens. ...They thought Vinnie would be happy, ijul some wondered If she ever would \vant (o travel, to see what lay lieyoml tile Ozark hills. ^'On a clear night she can hear the Pri.sco train when it whistles for*the Cabool station," one neighbor, said. "But I guess Vinuic never took a train ride." downtown business districts, to relieve traffic congestion. The lour will lead through Eurc- <a Springs, Rogers, Springdale and Fayetteville Saturday. The return to the capital city will be Sunday, Green said, down Highway 71 to Alma, and through the Arkansas Valley. STHMA and HAT FEVER i uul soliito AT YOUR DRUGGIST: Allrrtie to Monkeys CHICAGO. (UP) — R. Marlln Perkins, director of the Lincoln Park Zoo, has been neglecting his monkeys lately, because of his wife. It's not n triangle, Perkins said. It's an allergy his wife has developed to monkeys. He's had to stay away from them; otherwise Mrs. CARD OF THANKS It is impossible to thank everyone for their favors during the accident, illness and death .of Abner Ash- c-raft: Your kindness will never be foryotten. Mrs. Abner Ashcraft an;| Children LIGHTEN TOO DARK UCCv. TANNED SKIN ,i intervau 1.1 .1. »!•!«< MW.l«».T,:,a;. m .^ CAUTION: UK only « directed. RHEMNATIC PAIN grain • supply travels the Great -Lakes in' Be ships. .' ' > *H4 »>t luK »nr tlf— Ml ifMr It ••• Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve nain of muscular rheumatism and other rheumatic pains: Buy C-2223 today. SOc and ft. Caution: Use only as directed. First bottle Tiurchajie price back. if not satisfied. SUPREME COLD WAVE with Kurlium CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your property with me. My commission is !i%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 Su. Second , , Pbcnei 446 or 293d ATTENTION LADIES Cash Paid for Men's, Women's and Children's Used Clothing and Shoes 415 W. Ash St. Pl*ns » ^ It* first supper " nef 2Mb Centun of th Club will b tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, x , (furtfr members will be • host tDTfted to XHn. CturUr men «C Iff. -«lKi 'Mrv MWui Ha lit u>d Mrs Gilbert Ram Jr., e^, v and, atr.. , Newell Q .. •, S, ( Mr. Mn. C5«rwt)u. Mo fmt I**, Bob i 8te CURLS W WAVES IN 2 to 3 HOURS AT HOME Under Our New. Policy Langston-Wrofcn Co. Will Be Closed On Sunday It's heatlets—m«chio«lc5]—taktt only 2 to 3 hourj, y« your lovely, eaty to manage Cold Wave Permanent will lait moachl and months. Guaranteed to Mtirfy as welt as «ny *15.00 profej- sionil COLD WAVE or money back on request. Ideal, too, for children's soft, iae hair. flUS l« 1U ; full o,. 0 { K*rli*m, 60 curlers, 60 end tissues, coi:on nt 1 - plicitpr. neutralist «o<l complete rnicnic- BOM. Cc i Ci«i«-K»rl S+rtmtUi Kirby Bros. Drug Store Main and Broadway Phone 47S We wish to announce that wo will be closed from 6:00 AM Sunday Morning until 6:00 Monday Morning each week starting Sunday, April 29. We request our customers who have commercial ears and trucks to arrange to have their equipment taken care of some night during the week. We will continue to serve you 24 hours per day 6 days a week. We Curry a Complete Slock of IT. s. Tiict:s Langston-Wroten Co. Buick Sales and Service Walnut at Broadway Phone 553 Where Your Flowers Are— You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. r.rD. Strrtee We Dcttrcr Anywhera rh. «ai Bin. J. M. (MM) WtfflanM, *WMT Gkw>M Bid*. You'll Enjoy Attending THE YOUTH REVIVAL All This Week at THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Kighth :ind Walnut, Blytheville Weekday Services ?:25 A. M.—7:55 A. M. Come by on your way to work or school. Theme of Thursday Murnmjf Message: "Forjfivo Us Our Sins." Prayer Groups and Junior Choir 7:00 P. M. Evening Service 7:30 P. M. PREACHING With a Purpose SINGING That Inspires WELCOME You'll Really Be Glad You Came KEV. R. O. BARKER, Evangelist Ralph 1). Churchill, Singer, Mrs. C. M, Smart, Organist ANTIQUES Marble top tables—New Selections Ovals, Oblongs, Etc. Several Sizes HAND PAINTED PLATES LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP Telephone 2798 FEET HURT? Relief Guaranteed or Your Money Back! New, Sensational Velva-Sole Arch Restorers Will In most fuses, give coiHpl* rclli'f of iifnrly all types of con iMOn foot ailmonlH £uch aa weak iiicil HrcheR. molalaraal callouso presaurt; from corns, UK pulu aor« Keels, weak pronatecl aithle EXPKRTLV FITTKI) . FAMILY Sho6 Store 312 W. Main rhone 2243 ConthsQom. Show* £01 Office Openi 1:41 Show Starts 2:90 UtrfCN TO KLCN •••4 «.« i?.:«5 D.m. «:SO Time Today Whffi Nexlf CpL Hargrove? with Kobert Walker and Keerjan \Vyun Selected Short Subject Continuous Sliuwinj EverydaT Thursday and Friday A DIASA PRODUCHOil ft UTOtRSAl SOtASt, faramount News and Selected Shcrt Continuous Showing Kveryday^ Come Out... with Your Family and Friends Enjoy a DELICIOUS DINNER of CHANNEL CATFISH Served Everyday Thurs. thru Sun. Delicious Steaks and Chicken v. Dinners Served Ail Week Private Parties and Clubs Will be Served in Our Private Diningroom You'll Enjoy Your Food at the Famous Dixieland Cafe AND SERVICE STATION On Htghwmy 61 3'/ : Miles North of State Line Matinees Sat. A 8m. Only Box Office Opens «:S«; Show atari* 8:45 f. M. Each ETeninf Opens Sunday liM; Start. 1:1» Cootinnoiu Shows Sat. and Sou Bargain Night ETtry Nfchi Exacart Satoriay. N» iiani honored m Sntey a£ the iUzy. Last Time Today nOlmi.K FEATURE Between Two Worlds wilh .Inlm Garfielrt ami Taul Ifenreid Fighting Lady Thursday and Friday DOURI.E FEATURE SINATRA-MURPHY-linUII Portrait of Maria with rtalorei Del Rto '

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