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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 30, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUK1EK NEWS COURIER COMI'MMEMl'ARV TICKET Tfals : Ticket Will Admit .C. I'. Naders anil rampinlon. IfBG West Walnut —to tlie— nrrz THEATER —10 K&- "JOi" OF LIVING 1 ' FLAPPER FANNY -COFR. 19)IQYNCA SERVICE, INC, T-M.KCG U By Sylvi via Social Calendar MOiK-'i.Y'S EVENTS St. Stephen's Episcopal CHiiUI meeting at home ot Mrs. A. G. Lll- (Ic, 2:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society First Baptist church having business mid social meeting nl church, 2:30 o'clcck. Woman's Missionary society of First ilethodtst church meeting 3:30 o'clock at church. Executive board Woman's Auxiliary First Prcsbj'teran church meeting at church, 2:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society Lake Street Methodist church meeting • 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary Union of Second Baptist church meeting 3:00 o'clock at church. Missionary Study group of First Christian church incetliig nl home oi Mrs. J. Cecil'Loire. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harry Klrby entertaining Tuesday Bridge <;ltib. Young Matron's club meeting with Mrs. Jesse Taylor. -Chapter "N" of P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting with Mrs. Lloyd WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Fnrasivoflh Black having Wednesday Bridge club. Wednesday Contract club meeting with Mrs. Fred Rutherford. THURSDAY'S EVENT'S Mrs. C. A. Cunningham enter- taming Mld-Week Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. A. T. Cloiir. Mrs. Ross D. Hughes having Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with" Mrs. Edgar Bor'uni. Mrs. C. E. Wilson entertaining her bridge club. Meth&Ilsl church choir having supper party in church basement, 6:30 o'clock. Jewish Ladies' Aid meeting 8:00 o'clock with Mrs. William Nichols, of Osceola. Altar Society of Church ot the Immaculate Conception sponsoring bingo party B:OI) p.m. al Catholic Hall. Entertain With i'arly . ••••> Mr. and Mrs. •'Jesse Taylor cnX tertoinatl members of Mrs. Taylor's bridge, club, the Young Matron's club, and their husbands nt n bridge party at their home Thursday nleht. Peonies and roses decorated the roorhs where bridge was played. Mrs. Dixie Crnwfofd. was presented a flower bowl for high scor'c price among the women, and Murray Smart received n tie for high prize among the nien. i At the conclusion of the games, a .dessert course was served. » » • lias Afternoon Meeting Eighteen members of the executive board of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. Walter Bishop yesterday afternoon vhen^Mrs. H. if. Brooks was in charge of the business meeting. Mrs. E. 13. Woodson, personal service chairman, reported on the box for the orphans' home. Braver wns 'offered by Mrs. Leslie Moore and Mrs. Alfred Carpenter. Following the business session the hostess served ft salad plate. * V * Bible Study Meets Nine members of (he Ladies Bible Study of the Church of Christ met at the horns of Mrs. C. S. Shelton Wednesday afternoon when Mrs Harry £<insom was leader of the lessen which was taken from the ninth and tenth chapters of First Corinthians. The meeting was dis- • misses with a prayer by Mrs. O. D. Grimes. Promised Lund News ^trs. A. W. Harris led the program when the Promised Land Missionary society met Tuesday afternoon at ihe home of Mrs Sam Smith with 15 members and three visitors present. ,. FOI '? win ? the explanation' of Uic theme or the program, "!)/-, /-the Rural Community." y .Mrs. W. w. W4M. the Medita- «on on £0,1 .Etosioft a rtd Hl)man Erosion was given by Mrs. Craw- W- ^ »"' .Harding. Mn. Felix wllr, *) rs ' '""y Whi!e. Mrs. Hams to T oi her trip to the con- ftrcnca at Helena. After the business' sessito nvfr J«*h Mr, Wahl pr™. the hostess smcdJccjrArtjind cake ^Read Courier News \vanl Ads. SATURDAY, APiUi, ao, 103S " 'In the merry, merry'—kick me, will you!—'month of May, Hie hap-py children laugh'—wail'll we uinviiul an' I'm behind you!—'and play.'" Carutliersvilie Society — Personal Versailles Treat I*. E. O. Knlcrtahici! ] Mrs. w. D. Bjrd was hostess to the meiutcrs of Chapter PUT of P. 'E. o. Monday afternoon. Mis Zaldn Collins presided dnrlh; the business session. A program on 'Cur Modern Magazines" wiis led by Mrs. II. V. LitzelMiier .and Mrs. E. C. Pierce, and' they ,di. usscd the newer tjpcs o! maEa- siues. folly Matrons Mod Tnc Jolly Mtilvons Club .was cn- tcilained by Mrs. Buford Thwoatl ?:i Wednesday afternoon at. ihu home of Mr.^. Virnil Davis;, At the cr.nrjnsion of Ihe games lii^h .score : !yns. : ibi'lrl ; by" jyirs. Cecil Ilmlspeih who received lingerie. Tlie second prize, hose, went to Mrs. Notl Eornhart nnd Mrs. Virgil Davis cut for consolation and was given colorful dish towels. Mrs. Kent Hostess to Womans Club Mrs. R. E. Kent entertained the .numbers ot the Woman's Club <il her home on Cotton Avenue Tuesday afternoon. 'I here, were fourteen members present. Mrs. A. L. Frey-' tn» had charge of the business scs- M-n, at whlfh time her resignation .7as accepled nnd Mrs. ionic Scluilt A'as elected president. Mrs. Schult ran serving as secretary and Mrs Childs Berry «ns elected to fill this office. Reports were heard from tlie committee appointed to solicit funds for crippled children's work. During the social hour Mrs. A. I!. Rhodes presented Ihe retiring prcs- .-dent, Mrs. A. L. Freytag, with a lovely gift from Ihe club. Wfihietilay Niglil Bridge Chib Entt-rtaiucil Mrs. Doris Bon-ulna was hosier to the two (able Wednesday Night Bridge club. They met at the Good- .viu home on Eist Fifth slreel. Roses were used in Ihe decorations Frizes went to Mrs. Doris Downing-, high; Mrs. Hnffi! Popham. sccoivl and lo Mrs. Marie Goodin, low. •" ' 9 Mr. ami Mrs. J. 1C. Lawrence have! moved (his week from the Huntlcy properly on West mh sircct to properly on Sixth and Ward. Mr. and Mrr.. Dick Constant of (he ARCarty ccmmunily are an-1 nouiicing the birth of a nliie pound' boy. i Mr. and Mrs. Gils';. G. n-isj -.p-nt' Wednesday In Memphis where Mr i Koss attended'to busings matters'I Robert Park Jr.. yo,,,,. son ot ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert }'ari.i. is',,1,110 ill av this home al the present lime Mrs. Charles Korroh and dnii"h- ' ter. Margaret Jane. Mis-; .\j, T(1 </„_ rish nnd Dcmctrn Bak'cr s)K ,,i Thursday iu Capo C-lrnrtbaii Mo Mrs. Ocrlriidc MeElvain and Bits of New* Mostly PeneMl Mrs. II. o. Partlow and children, Graham. Nnncy, und 1'atrlcla, hnd' (1. E. Ncljlclt were In Memphis yes- leirlay where the children were examined nl n clinic. Mrs. o. E. Moore mid daughter, Mrs. Tom Phillips nnd Mrs. Bddle rteKcnolci went to Water Valley Miss., today lo be with O. E. Moore vjio is 111 (here. The Ilcv. nnd Mrs. V. M, Sullivan, of Qulnten, Okla.. are spend- H(! :i few days here as the guests )I the Itcv. and Mrs. F. M. Sweet. Mrs. Ktl glmvcr nnd children, Jane Mai;(iolene nnd Robert Ford, )f Litlle Hock, returned to tlieli' Jomc yeslsi Jay after n two weeks visit with Mrs. Shaver's parents Mr. nml Mrs. K. H. . Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Ford anil Mrs. Ar- .hui 1 Shepherd motored them lo Little Hock. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dennett nntl Mr. and Mrs. Max Parks und daughter, Mary Ann, spent yeslcr- tay In Memphis. The licv. and Mrs. II. Lynn Wa-de have reiurned from a two'weeks visit will) friend. 1 ; and relatives hi Jcnfcbcro, w!:ere they visited their laughter. Mrs. James F. Thomas and family, in Conway where they were (juesls of Mrs. Wade's sister, Mrs. II. E. Cureton, and Fnyettc- I'ille for n vj.sil with their Son, n Webb, and his family, und llieir daughter; Miss Hope .Wa;le, who Is n student at (he University 3f Arkansas. They also visited friends in Port Smith where they lived for four years, before return-. Ing home, yesterday. Mrs. W. A. Bickerstafl, who has been ill at the Walls hospital for two weeks, Is now much improved and will probably be.removed to her home the first of tlic week. H. G. Partlow is 111 at his home from malaria. Mrs. Walter Roscnthiil . returned (his morning from St. Louis where she has spent this week. Miss Louise Anderson, who un- derivenl an appendectomy nt the Walls' hospital Wednesday, will probably be removed to -her home Tuesday. Mrs. bninie Brown, of Flint, Mich., hits arrived to be with her mother, Mrs. Lcttte Lillard. who is III nt the home of her daughter, Mis. J. M.' Murray. Mrs. Lillard is HIIST BAPTIST Walnut and Alfred Carpenter, pas lor S:30 a. in. lillilc school, 10:40 a. m. Morning worshi): Anthem — "Ciod So Loved the World," choir. Offertory solo. Sermon "Oiir Lord's Supper," pastor. 6:30 p. in. Training union. 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service. Anthem—"Seek Ye Ihc Lord," choir. Sermon—"Religious Wants Satisfied," pastor. All-Church Night, Wednesday. 7:00 p. m. Department meetings. 1:30 p. in. Mid-week service. Business meeting. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. Kurilia ciiuiicii or TIII: NAZAKKNK I). Hfasley, 5:45 n. m. Sunday school. Noble McCiiHar, superintendent-. 11:10 u. m. Morning worship. Sermon subject, "The Cast of A<i- /nncciiicnl." 1:15 p. iii. N. Y. P. S. T'A5 p. m. Evening service. Sermon subject, "Crossing the In case yon girls have licen dying to know what the Diichcts. of Windsor Is vvenrins this spring, horc she is at a recent reception given her by Mayor Henri Hayes of Versailles. Her suit Is a two- lone effect of pastel tint hlp- leniith Jacket over a dark woolen 'ktrl. .slightly (lured n( (lie hemline. A pillbox lint with face veil, silver fox scarf nnd long gloves complete (he outfit. The Unke. uchimi her. still fiivors his famous wide-spread collar. Stitched Frock Yours You Stitch in Time A warm welcome nwalts all who nill worship with us. rill.l* GOSl'EI, CHURCH E. W. Crozicr, pastor •Sunday .school al 9:15 a. . Clnsses for all ages. Sunday school lias increased loetf during the past Knir weeks. Morning worship at ll:CO a. m. All arc Invited to come. Thursday, Friday mid Saturday, Fellowship meeting with ministers from Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, and oilier parts of the country participating. Local ministers " i\rc welcome. The Rev. J. L. Musgroves, of El. Joseph, MO,, Central District superintendent,, is expcctid to speak. »V CAKOIi WAV A stllch in time Is Important, of course, but just see what, happens when iiiiiny, many decorative stitches appear in just the right ph'iccs. Isn't thnt a smart Idea? H gives you such an excellent chance to work out pretty color contrasts such as scarlet or bright green itilchiiiR on beige, pale grey or white, navy on ligtil blue, pale green on violet, Mack on while. Choose flat crepe or lightweight flannel for [his design. Then, in summer, repeat In linen, cliain- bray or pique. Tills classically simple style, with Hallcring lillie collar, iidapls Itself to practically any season, For other spoils frock designs of inspired simplicity, see our new pattern book, now ready to be mailed, Pattern oaoa k designed in sines M, 1«, 18, 20, 10 and 42. Sine llj requires 3 1-2 yards of 33-inch ma- (erial. Tor u PATTERN of this ntlrac- llve model send 15c in COIN, your NAME. ADDRESS, STYLE NUM- DEIt and' SIZE to THE COURIER NEWS TODAY.'S I'A'iTERN BUREAU, 11 STERLING ['LACK BliOOKLYrJ. N.-Y. -•.The new Sl'IflNCl AND tjUM- AteR PATTERN BOOK, 32 pages of fltlraclive designs for every size and every occasion is now ready. Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn; a feature ycti will cnpoy. Let the chnrhilny; designs In this new book help you In your sewing. One pal- tern and the new Spring and Summer Pattern Book—25 cents. Book alone— 15 cents. HLGIUM LUTHKHAN CJiUJit'Jl Sixth nnd Walnut Streets H. .1. KlciiiOienst, pastor Sunday school nntl Bible cln'si, !) n. m. Morning worship, 10 a. m. Sermon topic: "Why Men Reject i Jesus." Young People's meeting U:3I) p.m. Evening worship. 7:30 p. m. Sermon topic: "The Changeless Jesus." All visitors are cordially invited lo attend these services. We preach Christ and Him crii- cificJ. FiJiST A1ETIIUBIST C'llUKC'il II. Lynn Wade, pastor Sunday s;hool begins at 0:-15 o'clock. S. K. Garretl. .sii(;;rintcn- (k'lil. Church services at 10:55 o'clock. Ssrmon subject, "why Am 1 What i Am?". The pastor re- "The Upper Rcom Experiences." Immediately after the benediction. a brief congregational meeting will to held for the purposes of considering (he budget for the Church year ;uid of electing officers for the year. In the evening worship al 7:30 c'clcck, (he pastor will speak on "Do We Knew Christ?". Sunday church school ns alwavs at 0:45 a.m. and the pioneer groups' much improver. • l',, n i ,, ... • — •A.- ,' „ ,, . nuesls thiil the Junior rteprtfimciil, 4 M<) nnd Mrs. raul OrccimcU and (intermediate and Young People's iJl|sVJobn F. Lrnti went to Cnpr f Vlepailjiients alt.-in reserved sr>a*« 11, Mo., today where Mrs. rtnd take Communion together. Kp- ., . Cireenwell will consult her 'specialist. She will probably remain there a week for exninhmlloii. •' Mrs. Sheldon Hall, who has been HI at her home here for some time, has been removed lo the home of her pnrcnls, i,,r. and Mrs. Arnold, in Memphis. Mrs. Thomas K. Mnhnn is ill n't her home on West Walnul street. Mrs. E, J. Browne, who is critically ill ai the Memphis Methodist hospital, has again rallied and i-> miich improved today. Mrs. W:R. Salmon, n'ho recently underwent an operation at the Memphis Methodist hospital, is steadily improving and plans to return home the first of the week At the Hospitals Miss hie/. Thompson, who underwent an operation for iippendicilis a week ago at tlic Walls hospital was removed to her home today in a Cobb ambulance. Tom Little, who has been ill n l Uic Memphis Methodist hospllnl, was ri-morert (o liis home today in a Cobb ambulance. Dr. ,1. E. jieas- ley nccompanicd him home. worth League at 1 o'clock. . Evening services nt T:30 o'clock. Paster's .sermon subject, "Where is Your Citizenship?". FIRST CHRISTIAN Main at Sixth (j'eo. W. I'allcrson. irinistrr 8:45 a.m. Bible school, w. Geurln. .superinleiident. O. . 11:00 a.m. Worship, comnumlon and preaching. '"A Great cloud of Wilnesses" will be the sermon theme. C:30 p.m. Youth council mcctim at. .the church. 7:30 p.m. Worsliip and prenchmg: The Worl[llln ff _Dcmas" will be thri sermon theme Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Singing anil fcllov.\sh! ( , ;,( the hall We most cordially nivitc the Public.. Strangers.. in c,,r city U Iry to make pecinlly invited. <Ve ; ll you glad thai you nmie our way. SKC'OM) HAPTIKT ('HllKtJII . S:45 a.m.. -Sunday c:n'ool. Supcr- mtenteit. Tommy Bogun. 11:00 a.m.. Mornini;'"scriiKin CMS .p.m.. I). T. u. '•'•IS p.m.. Ei-cntm; .sermon A^ughterw^bonrio'-Mr...^!,,^: 10 ^' 7;3 ° >""- *«<l-«'«k Wednc«lny, 8:15 p.m., Choiip,,, c - Mrs. William Cohvi'll. of , yesterday, nl the St. Joseph's lios- pitnl, Klciniilils. Mrs. ,1. M. Ger. of liurdcltc is a patient at the Memphis liaiiiisl hospttnl. Mr.i. J .Ovnhani Sudbniy nnd infant con. Roger Whcatley. wore SAVE MONEY ON Meats Groceries HIGHEST QUALITY GAMES HKT. daughter, Miss Martha, will leave Saturday for Rochester, Minn. Tiiey will be away two weeks E will visit in'Chicago. 111., and with thrir son and .brother. Hilly, at ijcralur. III., before returning home. Mrs. Don MeManigiil of Inde- iienrtcnce. Mo., arrived last week and is liic f.ucst of her parents. Mr. iind Mr.s. E. L. Frazcllo. Mrs. Mo- Manifal Is the former Miss Ucisc from Ilieir home ambulance. . the Walls hospital lo yestcr<l3y In a Read Courier News Want Ads. (( 1:30 . We Ini-ilc you to nil of our services. Come worship with us. F1HST I'Rl'.'Snv , S- I!. SiRliiinii, The Lord's Supper will be ob- rcnrd nt (he close of ti, 0 morninj worship tomorrow. »rcrr:lrd lij- .1 shorl nirditnllrn by Ihe pastor A Spring Tune-up INSURES Belter Spring Driving JL.Our oqiiiiiinotit is motion, . . . Our mechanics ^ arc experts . . . Our prices arc very reasonable; . . . Our work is guaranteed . . . All of wliicli means . . . your complete satisfaction . . . BRING YOUR GAR IN NOW! 'espei- meetings at 0:45 p.m. WILSON BAPTIST CHiiKCH Wilson, Ark. 1). D. Sejer, pastor Order of services for Sunday: 10:00 a.m. Dible school. 11 a.m. Worship Sermon theme, "Evangelism the Home." 6:30 p.m. Training Union. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic .services. Scrnicn theme, "The Oily Fo!ir-i isl square." Everyone is. invited. Sfiirt ridsbniijli rjaiKi.niiiin prrrsBonoji IUP) — consiruc- tion work hus started on the Sl,- t50,WtO Buhl Planetarium and In-", stitute of Popular Science, which '( will house one of the most completely equipped planetarium auditoriums in (he world. The project will require about » year to complete. Arj/cna to Ilonur lie Ni/;i PHOENIX, Aviz, (UP) — Tlie 4UOlli anniversary of the arrival ol Mnrco.s dc Ni/l will he commemo- mlpd on Arizona license plates in 1939, the highway commission has decided. The ptafes, of copper with black lettering, will have the datto 1539 an:l 1039 with tie Niza's name •it the bottom. MnskraUs hear six or seven lit- lers of about ei(;IH young in the course of a veiir. 8^02 Fifty Attend Institute At First Baptist Church 1 SPECIAL Pal Day & Night AT THK KOXY Sunday & Monday Two for the price of 1 ~i children iidmitled Tor 1()c 2 adults mhnilh'il f<ir 2f)t ;\lso PAL MITES Tuesday-Wednesday Thursday 0 women from different parts of the county attended the Per son ill Service institute which was held at the First Baptist ch'irch here yesterday. Mrs. T. E. Tule, of Armorcl. opened the morning session and presented Miss Helen Shaw, of IJycss, who Is nssociational personal service chairman for the Mississippi County Woman's Missionary union. Miss Shaw conducted ' the institute and taught the tcck. '-The Guide to Personal Service." Dm ing the session which fol- I lowed lunch. Mr;. O. n. Seger. ul j "Wilson, sang « solo with Mrs. Gill 'Masters, of Osceola, ;is accommn- Evcrylhinrr for your enter- tainmcnt and comfort. Admission Matinee lOo & 2Gc Admission Ni£ht l(>c & 3Gc Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Jt Scout News Boys Girls A number of advancements were made al the Boy Seoul Comi of Honor which was held al the city hall Thursday night, Floyd While, chairman, armcunccd today. The follcK'itij boys received awards: flobcrl E:l Thompson, troap 31. cvi:is. rcadihg and soil manngenient: lorn Reeder. troop 38, athletics: nillic Jontx. troop 38. animal industry, Joe McClurc, troop 21, safely: Dick J. White, troop 3<J. sehclarship, rcn d i n g. athletics; Lloyd riorfnan, troop 38. life saving, scholarship, farm home ami its planning; Bill Slovall. trosp 31. stamp, civics, animal industry; Charles Caldwell. IroOp :18. swinimins: Bill Chamtlin. Iroop 38, athlclics; Lee Richardson, lioop 31. bird study. Byron Doss completed the second class scoiil. work. The nest Court of Honor will be a .special nicctiu; Mr.y 19. Ihe niahl before Camp-o-Hnll begins. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY & NIGHT CALL 30 Holl Funeral Home Temple Israel's Meeting Time Sunday Is Changed Annual cbngregalicnnf meeting of Temple Israel will be hel:l Sunday afternoon nt 3:15 o'clock, not at 12:15 o'clock, as previous!v announced. . Officers will be "elcrtcd at Hint lime. 'Divoree of lady X 9 with Slt'i-lc Oboron and I,;m- Oliver. A t'omcdy in March of Time ' Comedy. Also 'Admission Sl.ilinn- idi: \.. 2i; c Allmisslnn Nighl llu: A 3Cc Sunday - Monday Kiiil Settled After 29 Yeart ANGOLA, fnd. <UP)—A suit filed in Slniben circuit court in Mtircli, 1909. bus been settled out of court. The suit was known as the Hugh Wood Drain case nrid had been on the court docket 2!) years. SIMPSON'S STATE LINE TAVKKN Arkansas-Missouri Slate Line Highway Til Sunday, Hay |, IMS McrrhiinCii I'lale ir,c Choice of Meal. 1 ;: Baked Chicken & Dressing Fried Chicken Swiss S(c:ik Choice of Vegetables: Creamed Peas liuttcrcd Asparagus Buttered I'olaloes . French Fried Potatoes Choice of Salad: Sliced Tomatoes Plnc,i|>|jlc AT Collage Cheese Choice of Dessert: Ho Made Pic Ice Cream Strawberry Shortcake ,W. Main D3 5tli & Walnut Phone RHJ / THUR. E MAY 3 Klliatt flrrthcr Chai>itr—tf.fl.c. MOONLICHT EXCURSION l''irsl of (tic Season Lr. San Souci Unrfing,. 9.00 tun <0, »*,„ ll.skil, J'/J I'll, tclor Ortcolj) Come null cnio)' n gooll liiite tcilli iij mi the Sir. Cnpiinl I'lCIIOA'S "Pepper-Uppers" Id"! Opilol's brand nt* II fitte Novelty 6iai Jut.trJ t r FATS WALLER'S DOUBLE rf lV<" 0,lt.r» SinRtr. ri»nt rliyct ami Jt»sl«r EolMUin-t wilh tots of lip ,tt pep! "I used lo tfol s u cli I'oiijrh, red li;iinls from dninu my own washinj?. iVo\v I pVolw.l llicni liy f'ikiiifr m \- clothes lo B !; V T HKV!M,K STICAM KAUNDKY!" \ For Bellci- Lauiuli'y i Dty Cleaning STEAM IAVNMY ('iinliimnus shoiviug Sundav A(Jniissi(in Similiiy ilT.ilinec '(fc Nishl Ifir ",t 3Cc liilinisfinn Men. NijTit Ili (; '^. jr x EOXY ;\<lnii»inn afways Iflc ,v SGr, iMatincos Sal, & .Siimlny ^'i(;lll shoi«_Tjox OITicr. Opcii 7 03' P.m. Khows Mail 7:15 p.m. Sunday - Monday IT'S m ACClDEKf • -on purpose! 1<

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