The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 3, 1947
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PAGE T\VO BIvYTJIEVILLE (ARK.) COUIUEll NEWS SATURDAY, MAY ", 19-17 Emily Wixson, Society Editor Phono -161 May Fellowship Program Given By Women of Five Churches Here The Fabric of our Fellowship tlirdugli the united work of our hands and minds has broadened thrqugh the years until it reaches Christian women everywhere. Mrs. G. Jv. Dillaluinty said as she opened the program, for May Fellowship Day sponsored by the united Council of Church Women yesterday; aftevnoon at Lake Street Me- tho<Jist Church. T1)e Blytheville gvouii of 50 cluifch women presented n program uses by United Council of Church Women organizations throughout the' United States yesterday, with the' title "'Die Fabric of Fellowship." Mrs. nilbhuiuy was program leader. Mrs. C M. Gray of first Presbyterian Church gave the devotional, "All Men. All Races. One in Christ GUI' King." With (lie tliainc. "Our fabric of true Christian Fellowship Is woven of the love of God. the Father, and of love of our neighbors the devotional was based ,011 the scripture from Luke 10:25-37. Mrs. -Ivcrson Morris |>re- renleu a vocal solo, accompanied 1)1 Mr? C. T. Shanilin. as a part o: the devotional. Both are Luke Street church women. Mrs. L. E Baker of First Melho dist Church told the group or soni things church women have don together in 1946 and discussed aim of "church women in 1841. "Th> major aims arc to bring Jesus' vva; of lite to all people, to create : Christian Society, to build a Chris linn world orded", she said. Mrs. Frank J. Turck of St. Steph cn'S Episcopal Church discussed "Facts About the Fabric", telling of the work being done by church women in makliiR a church life for|the overflow of veteran students nud their families at colleges and universities; work In agricultural cluirch projects for laborers following crop harvests; In helping to 'meet community problems for those living in new housing-projects in cities and other programs being carried out. These include assisting in hous- lug and job finding for Indians in ministry, some veterans and some girls who left the reservation during the wnr lo work in industry niid have no wish to return"Church women's projects also include aid to foreign students." Mrs. 'furck said, "and n «hurch program for American students at Summer resorts." She spoke of the ueeii of help and friendship loi\ other races, for the G- I. bride trying to ndjust herself to new relatives and unfamiliar customs; of Awarded Trophy Bits of News I! Ob Slllwcll Stilwell. daughter of, . George SttlwcS, 1121 Sir Sara Bob Mr. and Mi West Davis, Is shown holding the trophy which she received for entering the most outstanding doll among the 200 entries in a lilylhc- villc 'Y' contest last week. The contest was sponsored by the Trt-Hi-Y. high school group of the 'V". _.' Faye Crawford an<l Mis: 3uc Austin will spend I he wcekcm n Memphis as guests of Mr. am Mrs o. W. Schaeffer and family. Mr. and Mrs. shelton li Hill nan and son. i'hellon Jr.. o Krlstol. Va., will n'live tins week ?nd to be the riiicsls a week » Mrs. John W. Thomas iipd he parents, Mr. and Mis. M. A rsaacs. The lllllmnn fnmily llvec icre for a year when he was Ma Honed In the Finance Departmen nt Blytheville Ar:w Air Fie ; d. Mr.s. C. Ci. Smith is U!:dci'i;oln treatment at Blyihovi for Injuries received :n u lull. Bxtcnt of Injuries Inn not been determined. Tom Little, Jr. is in Baltimore, Md.. (o see his father, who has been undergoing tre.'ilinenl In .John Hopkins Flospital for several weeks , He will attend to business enroute | home. Mr. n m; ;/..':. lOlhert Berry will return to their home in Pine Hlufi' tomorrow after having been the guests of his sister, Mrs. Clnlj Miller, and Mr. Miller here. | Mr. and Mrs. Sam Henley and :1 Pat.' have return. Springs, MXi.. when they visited his parents. Mr. f.nd Mrs. W. S. Henley. Condition of Allen Knslilng. who ins been ill for weeks, is improved Senior Banquet Given by PTA Has Radio Theme "This is station BIIS operating on 017 kilocycles." wii's the way the irogram for the annual banquH lonoiing Blytheville High School <raduallng class member; sponsored hy the senior Parent-Teachd- Association was opened last n)gM n the high .school lunch room. A radio setting was used lor the entire program, will) Owen HnjM- i, class president, 'acih'ig us 'riii" announcer and .Jim Oatr.'.s operati controls. .Stewart Gurley guvii thfc invocation. The 100 guesls meludcr! seniors and (acuity mc'nujMs Using imitations of well-known radio programs, the entire [-r< participated In "Ycting America CHURCH * NEWS TKMI'LE ISKAEI, \Voiraifs t'hib Dr. Alfred Visi', llnlilii .Sunday School, 1:30 p.m. Junior students. Ho MMTlfi's because of convention in Memphis. ST. STKI'HIIN'S F.l'ISCOPAT, Key. Robert Jaeger, pastor £unclay school, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. Prayer, sermon topic- TUESDAY Sunday School Teachers' meeting, 7 p.m. Adult Bible Class, 7:45 p. m. Wednesday, p.m. prayer meeting, .School to sioii of children. Hill and Pat.' have returned from Sweet Spring Red Razzoo Banquel Given in Mirror Room The iinmiul Blylheville High School Hed 1107.7.00 banquet was given Thursday night in the Mirror Room or Hotel Noble when members, (lutes an<l school tnculty mcm- \ bers were gucsis. i An unusual "telephone" theme \\as carried out in tlie program and decorations. Keel RnMOO president Rosco Ovation gave the call to dinner by speaking over a telephone luul thanks, "to the operator of the greatest system." was given by Oates. The welcome wus given by Rosco Crnflon and response by Mnrilyu Dcnn. Dan Cnldwcll was (lie information operator and George Pollock "crossed wires." Guide for tcle- pronc conversations was Joanne Campbell, operator number one. At The Hospital* n. n Wa'iuil the, woman veteran who has diffi- VOWC11 Harrison was repairman, and cutty in adjusting herself to -'civilian life after wnr service. ' M Mrs. R. Scott Baird of First Clu'istiaii Church presented a poem entitled "Unity which Will Abide" by'Susan C. Chllds. The Rev. H. H. Blcvins, pastor of Lake^-Street Methodist Church, gave the benediction. Prior txp the. program, a brief business session'-was held in which Mrs. J.^C. p ,-Ellis, president, discuss- tlvlties ed the'council'of' Church Women'i Wanda 'Barham, .'operator nhmber Uvo, presented music. Technician Bill Williams reported lines out of ord^er ft nd the ring off was group singing of the school nlnin niatcr. Places were marked with miniature crystal telephones. Guests included Miss Rosa M. Bt/VTirF.VlU.i; HOSI'ITAI Admitted: James Wllkcrs'in Miller. Stetle Mo. Colcman Huekn'.in, Hnwrr; Mo. rillford Ilnincs. ells'. Mis. C. S. Armstrong, Dell IT. O. Jackson, ciiy. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. While, city, n (HTplilsr. Dismissed: Dewayne Hot;an, IVTanlliL. "WAI.I.S HOSIMTAl Mrs. Sarah Rcbcrts. Ridge. V. A. Dsiws. Steele. Mo. Mrs. C. K. St.'Wilrt. Route city. Mrs. E. C. Bell. Hayli. Mo. Mrs. E. E. Orissrui. Conter, Mo Mrs. I.uther cvi'-n t-iiy. Betty Faye Mor« ; h. Stcc-le. Mo. Methodist. 'Hi)»ilHai, Memphis Dismissed: -> Mrs. George IDi^iillon. Osceoln Mrs. Driver Hostess With Dessert Bridge sings," led hy Hobby MclDanlel representing Wilson Mounts. A 'simp opera, in which all guesU also participated, was "Ma Perkins (.Joes West," with Mrs. Russell C. Fair as Ma Perkins. A Kale Smith ;<jit'. Ted C'oihns imitation was glvon by Hill Williams and Dan Oa'Kiwc!!. Dill sang parts of "When '.he Moon Comes Over the Mounta!,-," and "Clod Uless America." The "Qui/. Kids," a!l senior;, were oui//.ed t>y A. rc. Cald.,ve(], .Tunim Ilit!h School principal. "Kids" downed lo fail when asked to spell backwards were Rosemary J.jlni ston, Martha Ann Linly.enich, Uo;;co CraftoJi and Joe Mack Hester. "Advice t'j Love-Hick Seniors" was given by Miss Dctlc Hoycl as Llndl Lovelorn. The program was concluded wilii an expression of appreciation lo tlie PTA nnd t;'~oup singini; of "Blest, He the Tie That Binds," led hy Mrs. Wilson Henry. Red and while flower arrangements decorated the 'ubi'j.s with containers of red Inlips and white spiiea, red and white carnation;; and door baskets of .Sm'ing liowcrs arranged throughout the lunch place card's were in school colors of maroon an:! wlnto with the sludent's name and his yeais at. BHS written beneath a picture of the high school entrance. | Other than seniors, fviests h;-, eluded W. II. Nicholson, -superinlen-! dent of schools, and Mrs. Nichol- ! son. Miss Rosa M. Hardy, lii: J ,li school principal. Miss Frances Bow-1 en and Miss l.unn B. Willielm, clasi City,[ .sjmnsors. Miss Effie Terrell.'"",' Raymond S. Kenney, Miss Boyd and Mr. Caldwell. In charge of the banquet, v.ere' Mrs. litissell Harham. 1 3 TA president; Mrs. James Oates. PTA social | chairman; Mrs. P. D. Foster, chair- | ]nan for tlinner arrangements; Mis. i Doyle Henderson, decorations; Mr:;. H. Ci. Purtlow, table, and Mrs. Marion Williams, program. for Wiihiiil and Sixth .Sunday School, 0::iU a. in. Mm nin;; Hraycr, 11 a.m. .OKIM UJ'fllliKAN CHURCH Wahurl ami Sixth Social Events Planned CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Club House Hlti West '>lii'i Subject: Everlasting Punishment Golden Text: Job 5:17. Behold, happy is he man whom god correcteth; therefore dcspls. 1 not thou the cnstenina of tlie Almighty. Sunday, 11 n.m: Wrdnesday Evening services. m. For Burdeite Students social alfsiir.s have Been for classes at Burdclte be Bivcn before concln 1 school term. weed's events include -1 '••iphrmurr party :i ( . the home nf i-'uy<: Tcnilin. a ])ie:nic for fi'e.shinr-n. !iii\ n.-ip 1<T f.ophoniore and freshmen classes and other p.irties. TCI I'cuin ninrlions fur students. fiTshiiirii and sophomore dasse look a I I'iP l;lsl '.vi-ckend In Mom- lilii'-. I-'rui «:'<•-. of Ihi' trip wnrc Hi I-'ui''.!)*'.!!! niiniahirf honu-.s fxhi- hition at Ihr Art Cnlirry for Homo 1-Ynnninirs ••liliU'nls and the '/." mr l,io'";;y sHi'.li'iils chii])i j ronc '.VPIT ,M)^ M-ix Usn'y. Home Kc:i- m.iiiks n-ac'hcr. and (.1. II. Ciillins. teat-hc'l'. LILLY STREET BAPTIST CHAPEL D. I). Bleds'o*, pastor Sunday School, 0:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training union, 8:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. I'HI.I, GOSPEL TABERNACLE D. R. Harmon, pastor S'.mdi'.y School, 3: '5 a.m. Morning Worship, il am. Young People, G'15 pm. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. FIRST PRESIIYTEHIAN CIIIIKl'll Harvey T. Kidd, jtaslur Sunday School. 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship. U a.m. Young People, 0:33 p.m. KveniiVj Service, 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Fravcr niecllnu. 7:3T p.m. Choir Ichcarsal, 8:10 p.m. i- C'AIA'ARY HAV-.'ST CHURCH IGth :'.:ul Chickasnwba IIcv. P. II. Jn-niBan. I'astor Punday School. (l:4S a.m. Moruinf worship. 11:00 am. H. T. U.. fi:45 p.!". Evonlni: Worship, 3 p.m. I \Kl'. MF.TI 101)1 ST and GATEWAY TAI5EKNACI.K Howard Street Rev. I,. O. liorah, pastur Church Service, 9;45 a.m. Evening Worsldp, 7:30 a.m. Church Service, Wednesday FIHST CHUKO1I . Oh' TUB N'A'/.AUKNE Daniel Slaffflrds, I'astor Suniluy Kchool, ,UM5 a.m. Morning Worship, H a.m. 'yount' People's meeting, 7:15 P." 1 Evening Worship, 8 |) m. Wednesday prayer services. 7:30 FIRST CIIHrSTIAN CIHIIK'II It. S. Bainl, pastor nible school. 9:4r> a.m. Moj-ning Wor.s>iip. I^veniiig Training groups, 6:1)0 p.m. Evening Worship, ', IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH A. M. Houston, pastor Sunday School, 10 n.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 1 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night prayer service, ( p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST E. IV. Slovall, pastor Sunday School, 3:50 a.m. Worship Seivlce. 10:SO d.m. Bible Study, <j:45 o'clock. Evening Service, 8 p.m. YARBRO METHODIST CHURCH Ray I.. Mcl.cster, pasl 1st, 3rd and S'.li .Sundays: Preaching Services. 7:31) p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. 2nd and 4th Hundnys: Preaching Services, 11 a.m. 10:50 a.m. ftjr all Youth is Electrocuted o Cleaning Tractor FORREST CITY. Ark. May 3. Ull'i Funeral services were con- dueled hen- unlay for Daniel Marlar. Jr., 1«. who was electrocuted v.h'ilc stcam-clcaninK a tractor here Thursday. A coroner's jury relumed a verdict "f "hearl laiHire. acceu-j Ui'iii-d hv an c!e;lri;: shock." I Witnes'ses said he touched _nii| tVi'ti-ic connc:-ricn wiiile slandii v.'.'.ter near the trailer. Tiie \<uHh is snrvive<i by I' of a week, his parents. M and Mrs. Daniel Marlar, Sr.. krothi-r and ihree sisters. hi"h OSCECI.A. Ark.. May 3. (UP) — Reck. Plans r also \\ere made for community projects and programs aid the youth here. Hardy, principal; Raymond S. Ken- j,i rs Harry Driver was hostess yes- ney, club sponsor, nnd Miss Lima , ierday afternoon to a two-table B. Wilhelih, director Of student ac- bridge club with a dessert bridge at the home of her daughter, "Mr.i. W. E. Johnson, on Semrncs Avenue. Mrs. \v. C. Mason was winner of first score and Mrs. Anges ItfcCaul- ey, tiuests of her daughter, Mrs. Osceo/o Kiv/anians Meet CSCEOLA, Ark., May 3 A quiz program 'of ' questions concerning "'Die" 'Objectives of the Kiwanis Club" was conducted at the weekly meeting of that group here Thursday night. Leslie (Dukie) Speck conducted the quiz. CBC Club Entertained FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Service • Expert Repairs on AH Radios • Complete T.ino of Radios in Stock • We Pick Up and Deliver Mrs. Lcndennle Fowler was hostess yesterdftv afternoon lo inem- hers of the CUC Club nnd two other guests, Mr.s. Clco Travis and Mrs. J. D. Smith. The home was decorated with narcissus and other flowers for the occasion. Mrs. Paul Byriim won high score prize in afternoon rook games; second high went to Mrs. Smith and rooko to Mrs. Cornelius Schercr The hostess served a sandwich plate. Osceofa C. of C. Employs An Assistant Secretary CSCEOIjA. Ark., May 3. — Miss Jackie Little has accepted a position as stenographer anil assistant, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce here. It was announced today by Arthur Rogers, president. Miss Little assumed her dirties yesterday. A full-time secretary for the chamber of Commerce will be employed ns soon as the position can be fillcd k Mr. Rogers said Miss Little was formerly connected with the Agricultural Adjust- inenl Administration office here. Leon Stillivnn. Jr.. oof Louisville, Ky., Wfls presented a gift. Soring flowers were used as decorations for the occasion. 324 E. Main rhone 3407 Pastor Will Describe Texas City Explosions The Rev. Daniel Stafford. new- Pastor of First Church of the Nazerene here, will Rive eye witness' ac- counls of some rvcnls of the Texas Cily explosion when he delivers his evening message "The Walk with Death" tomorrow night at the church. Tie also will speak for the morning service. Coming Events MONDAY Mrs. P. G. R-;.:hcl hostess to Pilgrim Lutheran Church Women's .. Guild. ' Women's society of Christian Service of First. NTetiiodist Clinch' meeting at tlie chinch, 2:30 p.nW, for business and program session (j._- vfi Mrs J. W. Adams, chairman. ''?F lixeculivi Hoard of Womnn's vvr-rlr Auxiliary o: "first Presbyterian i[)~.| Church mecling al (he churcii. ;>:30; p.m. Woman's Missionary Soc-iely of First Baplist Church ineeling al the church for business sc>-sion. Calvary Baplist Church \Vomans Missionary Society will h?tve all- day meeting at the church.' Business Women's Circle of First Baptist Church WM.S meeting at . home of Mr.s. R. W. Woolen. Miss Uynn Jackson hostess lo OEO Club. | Delia Delta Delta alumni mcetini: al the home of Mr:;. U. Stout, S p.til. Osceo/n News ~ T jc'TIK >:\TIONAL STOCK-; YA'His Way :\. iITPi— Livestock ij •il<"i 'C n 'Viiirket steady to 2 >J IU*(T thi'-n Frida::. Top. $23.2'i. c:oni]r\red with close last week: wi'jhts no Ibs "P ^•''"'V lo ' Js ~ liL-hter weights a'cont stea- - r>'- to mnstly 'K- hiRhcr. in": calves nmin. Compared! '''• last week: steers, heifevsj P.av I.. Mcl-osler, p-.islur 1st. iril nnd Olh Sundays: Vr'-achinu S'-'i'viees, !l:'>0 a.m. Sunday Sclioolj 10 a.m. ;'n<l and 4lli sundaj's: Sunday School. 10 luri. I./VKE S'l'ltKET M'.TIIO'OIST CJIlinCi! Rev. II. H. lllcvlns, pastur Church School. "1:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a rn. RveniHE Worship. 7:30 p m. Methollist Youth Fellowsh'.l). C p.m. Prayer Mecllns. Wednesday, ' p.m. pi:oMlsi'.ii i AND Mirr-oniST Clll'ltCII Kay I.. jH'I.esliT, pastor Ir.t. 3rd and S;h Sundays; Pleaching Services, 11 a.m. Sunday School every Sunday, HI a.m. I'm! and -IIh Sundays: Preai'hiii;; services, 'i p.m. FIRST ISAl'TIST CIIIIKCII i'.. C:. Urown. pastor Sunday Sehool. 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:f>5 a.m. Special music. Training Union, G:30 p.m. livening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOf NIJMBEU NINE UAl'TIST CHXJKCH Howard II. King, pastor 3imday School. 3:45 a.m . Mornins; Worship. 11 a.m. .E: Union, r l p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF (SOU «,HI)KCM I..C. Raiusry, pastor Sunday School, 3:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services, 6:30 in: Children's church. 0:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service. T:'M p.m. FIRST METHOIMST CHUllCIl Allen I). Stewart, pastor Church School. fl:45 a.m. Worship Service. 10:50 a.m. Senior M.Y.F.. G:30 p.m. Intermedin'e M.Y.F.. 6:30 p.m. Worship Service. 7:30 p.m. Choir practice, Wednesday. 7:30 CIIIIKCII OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. H. Francis MnlKn'ilt. iiasfnT Rev. Paul Jinjarski, assistant nastni Sunday Masse-. 7:30 and 10::tl' .111. Weekday Masses. 8 p.m. Want to Keep Healthy? Artie's Beauty Shop :n:i North Swuml f.'ir™i I'hnm. B:»I * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE Continuous Shows Every Day I!ox Office Opens 1 : (5 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 -p.m. 4:30 p.r. Mrs. Milton I-'riday Mrs. quests W. E. Johnston and Mrs. Pope were Memphis visitors Betty Nell Starr has as her this week her son. Lieut. Hilly fieal and Miss Doris I!emp:\l of Atlanta. Ca. They will return Sunday to Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. S. I,. Gladish had as their quests Thursday Mrs. Nell : r.rvrner of Los Ansseles. Calif., and 1 Mrs. Bedford Murry of Memuhis. Pied O. Taylor. S. L. and Myron T. Naillmn left today In the nectar which bees Rather from i lowers is sucrose, the same sutjnr contained In sugar beets and cane. MILK The price of Milk has been reduced to 20c a quart for home delivery as of May 1st. For Home Delivery Cal! 840-3711 REGINALD MclNTOSH Distributor: Wilson Dairy Products FortheBesI . Automatic Heating and AIR COND!l!ONi:iG each Job Individually Engineered Jobs We Have Installed in Blytheville: Gimnl's Jo\vo!ry Store Radio Station KLCN Mrs. J. G. Stiflbury. Rrs. Toniplc Isva"! Mi-s. C. K. Wroton, Krnost Hals.''!, Kos. All Work Unconditionally Guaranteed For free Estimates, Call Sikeston, SI 2 PAUL'S INCORPORATED Sikeslon, Mo. Contact Melvin Kail, Hotel Noble, After 6 p.m. J1MMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. Phone 24S7 Trigger rvs rp inDi-n: I:'ills J3 :'ilrr'i M t<^ S'..53 iiiuher "n nil dioi:'O; oiher iriuides -stea- i'.ilier:' ivr.Iareriient steers IMM-. TM]ls for thf; h"t::i' 1"!3 I'D. steers. S25.51); vr irlilM; steevs. J3^: filo:"e !'•>. nu'-eri jvariinuF ("5: 810 strairht heifers. f-'M: «ood w'-vs. Sir; !>' •o:>d Mother's Doy SPECIAL! .Sunday and Monday pen., ti medium T common 1:1 and f rorcl. SI 7 f. 1 -'21: liirriiilm. ;!-IS!7: .?I7fi^- ci-'Kiv."n row::. $13 ; heiler^ and mixed ; medium to lo'.v common lo LT,,1(I CCWS. £ to nvilinm beef se Wave $350 WARNER SENSATIOHSTARRINO SYON£Y(faM-Ti-i> PETER JOAM t P liar Assnciati' Ruck. I'arainolml News; Ak( Cuiitimiuiis Show Sun. 313 North Second SERVICE PROTECTION FOR YOUR l!n\- orrii:c Oncns at Plus Cooling with .lames Nc-.vill slfriors Mr. ,M " ami Sliurl M Sin-«-- rJ: iMitontatir slmtU ; 1 iilttr. COOI.AIK FAN', nuiutiU'd in Iho IXIK. bt:«\v:; tin- ail 1 ouldnors ;u;:iin :tl t i-' rs!i: COOI.AIH FAN iti o\M" ynn'll want il for your Tri n^ i"m hi 1 an ;iivftl. n'1 \v;ul. lu>! \vratlirr is und Ihi 1 roiiun'1 COLD STORAGE dal«riorol)on becoL'K! tieol damage deiiioyl nolurol oili in Ihe pell. meant pcolKlionognlnll domog« by moth, dampneu, dull. . •Certified" mtoni prolctllon ogalnilloii b/ Made in tlie South For Southern Climate! p.opotly CONTROllED ttmpcroluto and regulated SumWity. Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 418

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