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PAGE snc BI/rTH'EVTTJLE (ARK.y COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAT 11, 1990 J»n« Shelton, Society Editor Phon* 4461 Mornng Party Honors Mississippi Visitor Mrs. R. M. Brunei of Corinth, Miss., housegnesl of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure, was honored yesterday when her hostess entertained with R morning coffee In the ball room of the Country Club. Approximately 100 guests attended the affair, which was a highlight In the spring social whirl. Dressed In pastel frocks, Mrs. Cure and the guest of honor received the guests as they called. Each pinned gift corsages at the shoulders of their costumes. Crisp, white organdy, arranged over filmy, yellow material, overlaid the refreshment table, which was central point of Interest. A swirl- Ing, deep flounce completed the organdy overskirt of the table. Centering the table was a silver service, completely encircled In closely set pastel hued daisies. Each piece of the service was filled with mixed spring flowers. Alternating' during the morning at the attractive table and assisting in serving were Mrs. Harry Kirby, Mrs. P. E. Hlnck, Mrs. L. E. Old. Jr., Mrs. \V. J. Pollard, Mrs. O. S. Crowell, Mrs. Charles Rose and Mrs. Steve Bowker of Osceola. Harmonizing bouquets of spring blossoms and greenery were set at intervals in the spacious room. Graduation Party Fetes Bonnie Jean Goodrich Bonnie Jean Goodrich, a member of the 1950 high school graduating class, was honored last night when Mrs. Mary Hopkins entertained at her home at 924 Lilly with a television part yfor 15 guests. Guests Included fellow employees of the honoree of the Thrifty store and close friends. Low Bowls filled gladioli, roses ^and swirls or greenerj', were ar' ranged in the room In which the guests were seated and throughout . the theme. During the shows, the hostess served iced drinks with a dessert - course being served at the conclusion of the program. During the evening, the group presented the honoree with miscellaneous gifts. DAR Luncheon Meeting Given at Rustic Inn The monthly luncheon meeting of the Charlevoix Chapter of the DAR was held Tuesday afternoon at the Rustic Inn with Mrs. R. C. Rose, Miss Cordelia Wilhite, and Mrs. James B. Clark, hostesses. Vases .of shaded Iris topped the long tables and were placed at Intervals around the dining room. Place cards, adorned with clusters of harmonizing spring flowers, were used. Following the luncheon, • Mrs. .George D. Pollock, Jr., regent, conducted a business session during which the group's guests, Nancy Shively, Mrs. Pearl Jenkins of Memphis honseEuest of her sister, Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, and R M Brunei, of Corinth, Miss., huose- guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. Marion Williams, were Introduced. The group adoted the resolution against compulsory health insurance and agreed to write a letter to its congressman, announcing the group's views. Mrs. Clark introduced Nancy Shively as "Good Citizenship Girl" for 1950. Mrs. Clark then discussed her recent trip to Washington D.C. and a visit to the Continental Congress of the DAR. Mrs. Pollock named the following committee chairmen for the new year. American music, Mrs. F. B Joyner; American Red Cross, Mrs C. L. McWaters, Jr.; Americanism. Mrs. E. J. Cure;' approved DAR schools, Mrs. James Hill, Jr.- conversation, Mrs. Fred Rutherford- correct use of the flag, Miss Cordelia. Wilhite; good citizenship pilgrimage committee, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry; Ellis Island, Mrs. Aubrey, Conway; genealogical records, Mrs ! C. p. Tucker; motion picture. Mrs u. w. McCtitchen: national defense Mrs. A. G. Little; DAR magazine! Mrs. James B. Clark; press relations. Mrs. Joyner; radio. Mrs E B. Woodson; flowers, Mrs. Aubrey Conway; girls ho -e makers. Mrs W. A. Afflict; 5 mp book. Mrs Branson and student loan funds Mrs. J. c. Mis. For the program portion of the meeting .Mrs. Williams spoke on "Christianity \crsus Communism." * * . Dance Recital To be Held The annual dance reoilal of the Rockie Smith Dancing School will be held tomorrow evening at the 'War Memorial Auditorium, beginning at 8 p.m. High Two, Guests Meets In Frank Seay Home Mrs. Harry Bradley was guest last night with members of the High Two Club when Mrs. Frank Seay entertained at her honic for the bimonthly dessert bridge meeting. Gladioli and mixed spring flowers, arranged In crystal and pottery vases, decorated the room in which the evening was spent in bridge. High score was won by Mrs. Merman Bcsharse, with Mrs . Fred Steadman being second high winner. Tuesday Bridge, Husbands Honored at Dinner Party Members of the Tuesday Bridge Club and their husbands were honored Tuesday night when Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones entertained with a dinner party at their Manila Home. Guests meeting with the club were Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Catdwell of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs, Bob MfKinnon and Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Orsburne of Manila and Mr, and Mrs. Dixie Crawford of Jonesboro, The buffet supper was served from the dining table which was centered with a low bowl of multi- lined snapdragons. The gu&sU were seated at tables placed throughout the entertaining rooms with tiny bud vases fillc dwith rosebuds topping each table. In the bridge and canasta games following dinner, high score for the men In bridge went to Murray Smart, high score for the women. to Mrs. Doyle Henderson, low for the men to W. C. liiggmson, low for the women to Mrs. Jesse Taylor, canasta high for the men to E. M. Regenolrt and high for the ladies Lo Mrs. Old. * + « ' Non Resident Members Meet With Chapter "D" Two non- rest den I me ml>crs o f Chapter "D" of the PEO Sisterhood met yesterday at I p.m. with 24 members for the bi-monthly luncheon meeting. Mrs, Paul Tipton, houseguest of Mrs. H. L Chambers and Mrs. Odcll Sanders, of Portland, Ark., houseguest of her mother, Mrs. Max O. Usrey, were the non residents attending. Mrs. Hernion Carlton and Mrs. Annual Luncheon Meeting Is Held by Delphians "Springs of Conduct" and "World Views and World Peace" were topics for study at the meeting of the Chlckasaw Chapter of the Delphian yesterday morning at the Hotel Noble. The study courses preceded the annual luncheon for the group at 1 p.m. yesterday. Mrs. H. W. Wylle was leader for the study on "Springs of Conduct," which was n discovery of the relation of reason and the codes of ethics in conduct. Mrs. William Wyatt and Mrs. A. E. Tcaford participated In the discussion. Mrs. Jim Tompkins was leader for the study on Hie other topic which was aimed to give the principal Ideas of man's place In the universe and the relation to world peace, niscussion participants were Mrs. J. \\ Crnfton mid Mrs. O. W. Coppedge. There were 17 members at the luncheon, which was planned under the ciirection of Mrs. F.\rris McCalla. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Friday Contract meets with Mrs. C. W. Ganlgan. Women's Fellowship Day for the United Council of Church women at First Presbyterian church 'beginning at 2:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Akin entertain members of the Past Matrons and Patrons Club with potluck supper at Shrlner's Club at 7 p.m. • Rockle Smith Dancing School annual recital at 8 p.m. at Memorial Auditorium. Open house at Woman's Club at 8 p.m. Mrs. W. F. McCann entertains Lucky nook Olub. Bits of News Mrs. W. I. Sheddnn of Scnalobla, Miss., is visiting here as guest of her daughter, Mrs. George Hubburd, Jr., ami Mr. Hubbnrcl. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sharp and infant daughter, of Little Rock, are spending several days hi Blythe- villo as guest of Mr. Sharp's brother, H. F, Sharp. Mrs. Sharp and SOILS. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Brackln have returned from a two weeks vacation in Florida where they visited as guests of their daughter, Mrs. Bill Worslcy and Mr, Worsley. They also visited their grandson, BMIie Marvin Wor.slcy at, DnyUmna Beach. While in Florida, Mr. mid Mrs. Bnickin visited points of Interest in Miami and Key West. Neely Perry of the Huffman community, who is a faculty member of the Cooler High School, is accompanying Cooler senior .students on their nnnunl trip. The !;roiip will tour New York, Wasliing- Airs. Hermon uariion am, ft • rs. t Nashville. They plan William Lawshe entertained at the to refcl)rn { Carlcton home. The two course luncheon was served from the dining table which was topped with a low howl in which floated dutch iris, roses and mixed blossoms set in greenery. Following ulnchcon, Mrs. B. A. Lynch presented 'Science." the program. Mrs. Lane Honored With Layetle Shower Thirty guests attended the layette shower Tuesday night honoring Mrs. John Herman I/me, at the newly completed Herman Bomba- laski home, 2400 Rose. Mixed garden flowers were ar- rangeti in I he room in whh-11 trie evening was spent In games. Mrs. Lane wus presented a corsage or red rosebuds from her hostess. During the evening, the group showered her with miscellaneous Sifts. At the conclusion of the evening, he hostess served a cold plate with iced drinks. Going Away Parly Honors Mrs. Staples Mrs. John Stnples. who will leave the latter part of this month for Tuscaloosa, Ala., to make hnr home, was honored Monday night with a going away canasta party. Hostwsos for the affair, which was attended by seven guests, were Mrs. E'.irl Nail, Mrs. W, D. Tommey and Mrs. James FLsher, at the Fisher home on Adams St. Low bowls, filied with spring flowers, decorated the room in which the guests were seated at individual tables for the canasta tranie. During the ecnivng Mrs. Staple-S was presented silcr from the group. At the conclusion of the game, the hostesses sered a dessert course. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Willis of Nashville are visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C, Troyan. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Blaylnck announce the birth of a son Wednesday at Walls Hospital. The baby L who Is their second child, has not been named. They have n daughter, Marilyn. Miss Betty Lou Franks of Sikeston is visiting here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sherrell Hays and family. Miss Franks will return to her home in Sikeston Sunday. Mrs. Odell Sanders of Portland, Ark., is visiting here as guest of her^mother. Mrs. M. O. Usrey and otEcr. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Blaylock have returned from Batcsville and Clinton, Ark., where Mr. Blaylock a<ld rcssed Mas onlc Lodges of the tiwns. Mr. Blayiock is slate grand liigh priest of the Masonic Order. Mr. and Mrs. Jim D. DpJarrnatt announce the birth of a son, Tuesday at Walls Hospital. The baby, who is their first child, has been named James Keith. Mrs. DeJarr- natt ts the former Miss Olive Alexander. PTA Choirmen Are Announced Announcement Is being made today of the committee chairmen of the Central PTA for 1'J50-51 .school year. These chairmen will serve as members of the cxtcul'vc board. The committees are program, Mrs. Elbcrt Huffman; librarian, Mrs. Jcsree Taylor; magazine, Mrs. Elivood Scott; hospitality, Mrs. i Charles Brogdon and Mrs. Georgia Bailey; parent education, Mrs. R. L. Dedrnan. Mrs. J. E. Stevenson; spiritual, Mrs. Cecil Lowe; school unch, Mrs. J. R. Marr; health and safety, Miss Lillian Prank: siim- ner roundup, Mrs. Alton Jaegers; music chairman, Mrs. John cand- 11; nursery, Mrs. W. P. McD.-uiiel; membership, Miss Sunshine Swift; parilmentni ian. Mrs. Gcan Atkinson lubliclty. Mrs. Earl Nail; publications, Mrs. Oscar Femller; founder's day. Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr.. and telephone, Mrs. M. S. Yates. Officers to serve for the coming school year arc: president, Mrs. C. It. McWater.s. Jr., vice president Mrs. E. J. Cure; secretary, Mrs. ncrt Trumble; treasurer, Mrs. Leonard Johnson and historian, Mrs. Alex Shelby. H was announced that the annual meeting scheduled for the third Wednesday of the month'will not be field. Mrs. McWaters nlso announced that the summer-round will begin for Centra! group May Miss Winnie Virgil Turner is group advisor. Mew Members Meet With WMU Mr. and Mrs. n. D. Hart wns hostess at her home recently to 21 members and five new members of :he Dell WMU for a Royal Service Program. New members attending lie meeting were Mrs. Earl Boweri. virs. Henry Bowcn, Mrs. Jack Stinson, Mrs. Claire Waldcrs and Mrs. Bill Davis. "Invisible Bridges" was the •erne of the program, which was lirected by Mrs. C. A. Smith. Mrs. W L. Bowcn presented the devo- :ional followed by prayers led by Mrs. Reece Moore and Mrs. J. V. Henderson. The program was presented in the iorm of a radio program, complete wilh receiving set and microphone. Each program participant was iressed in costume, suggestive of he land which sne had chosen to discuss. As each spoke over the 'microphone" she was "tuned" in by :he members seated in other rooms Those participating were Mrs. Ed Hardin;- Mrs. Udell Newsorn. Mrs. M. R. Griffin. Miss Ruby Earhart Mrs. Walter Dyer. Mrs. Doyle Houston and Mrs. Benlah Whnley. The meeting was closed with prayer by Miss Earhart. During the socinl hour, the hostess served a dessert course. Church Unit Meets at Hotel The St. Cecelia Unit of St. Stephen's Episcopal' Church, met re- cejitly at the Colonml Room of Hotel Noble for tlie regular meeting with Mrs. J. Leroy Huddleston hostess. Miss Josephine Sbibley openerl the meeting with the devotional nf- ter which Mrs. O. O. Hardaway presented another In the series of studies of characters of the Ok Testament. Mrs. Hardaway discussed Samuel. During the business session, the »roup voted to disbanri through the summer months. Miss Shiblcy pronounced the benediction. Refreshments u-erc served in the socifil hour following the adjournment. CORRECTION: Faberge Fragrances Cologne SJ.25, ?2, $3.50, $5 and 510.00. Hath Powder, $2 & §3.50 THE GIFT SHOP MOSS IJUYAN Itcmcmlicr her this Sunday wilh the nicest jrifl of all.. .lovely flowers. Choose from a wide selection of cut flowers and polled plants., .or artificial wreaths if your mother is not living. And for church on Sunday—don't forget the red or white rose or carnation. FLOWER MART BLYTHEVILLE Memphis Hi Way Telephone G002 Mississippi Southern Vesper Ghoir Draws Large Audience for Concert The Mississippi Southern Vesper Choir, representing Mississippi Southern College at Hattlesburg, Miss., presented a concert program to a near capacity audience at. the High School Auditorium last night. Tiie presentations. were for the most part under student direction, but the first series of numbers was conducted by Frank Earl Marsh, Jr., musical director for the school. This group of numbers Included: "Oh Lord, We Worship Thee" by Bach; "Good Is It to Thank Jehovah," by Schubert; "Agnus Dei" by Bijtet, and "It's Me, O Lord" by Noble Cain. Last night's performance was one of the four programs being used by the group on its 19th annual concert tour, which brings concerts to 28 towns In Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama and Arkansas. The choir lias not been heard In Blytheville before. The concert group received tremendous ovations during the performance, and were recalled for four encore numbers at the close of the program. The encore numbers included two numbers Included in the repertoire of the Blytheville High School Glee club,-"Dry Bones." and "Make Mine Country Style." A Negro spiritual, "Climbin' Up the Mountain" was the first encore numljc., and the other encore was a .sijccial arrangement of "Saint I.ouis Blue.s." Cello .solos by James Moore with Beverly Mclntyre at the piano was substituted for the "Concerto for Trumpet" .scheduled to be played. The third part of the concert program was conducted by Marvin Miller, student conductor, and consisted of the-following parts from Tschai- kowsky's "The Nutcracker Suite", arranged by Harry Simeone: "Over- lure," "Dance of the Sugar Plums," "Trcpafc," "Dance of the Toy Flutes," and "Waltz of the Flowers." Beiore part five, Annabclte Collins presented violin solos with Norma Shedd at. the piano. Miss Joan Trieschman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. G. Trieschmann of Blytheville and a freshman at Mississippi Southern College, was featured soloist in the folksong. "Go 'Way From My Window." She is a first soprano with the choir. Other folksongs presented, under the direction of Mr. Miller, were; "Soldier, Soldier," "Cindy," and "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor" from the Musical Show "Miss Liberty."' Miss Trieschmann Is attending M.S.C. on a music scholarship, and another Blytheville vocalist, Harry Fritziu.s, Jr., has been offered a full- tuition scholarship for four years. Harry, a member of the Blytheviltc High School 1950 graduating class, sang "The Old Road" for the vesper choir during a dinner for them at the First Baptist Church given by the BlyUicvillc High School Glee Club mothers before the concert. The Blytheville High School Trio, comjK'sed of Mary Jo Eaton, Mary Margaret Auten. and Vivian Taylor also sang for the choir members. Following the concert last night approximately 100 guests attended a reception at the home of Mrs. Trteschmann given for tht concert performers. Mrs. Harold Davis ol Blytheville was among the hostesses for the choir while In Blytheville. Mrs. Davis was a former faculty member of (he Music Department of the luttlesburg School. Nancy Hamilton To Give Senior Music Recital Nancy Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hamilton, 420 East Davis, is to present her senior piano recital tonight at 8 p.m. at the High School Auditorium. Nancy has been a music student for the pa«t eight years and is being presented tonight as a student of Mrs. Dalton Fowlston, with who she has studied for the past, six years. Her music career has already included accompaniments for school and church groups. Her recital program, one of the two senior concert students to be presented by Mrs. Fowlston this year, will include; "Solseggletto" by C. P. B. Bach; "Polonaise from the Sixth French Suite of J. S. Back; Two I'art Invention No. H from J. S. Bach: M07nrt's Sonata'in G Major; Chopin's Nocturne In R Flat, two preludes, and Minute Waltz. Llstz's Liebestraum. Brahms' WalU In A Flat, part of Barcarolle by Tschaikowsky; Idylle by Mac- Dnwell. Rustle of Spring by Binding; and Rachmanioff's Prelude In G Minor. Geneva Bruce of Reiser presented lier senior recital there last. Thursday. GA Observes Focus Week The Girls' Auxiliary Focus Week' at the First Baptist Church Is being observed this week with various activities. The week was opened officially last Sunday with a program which the auxiliary presented in the Adult department of the Sunday School. Mrs. R. O* Cash was hostess to the group Monday afternoon at her home for a mission study lesson on Mexican migrants, Mrs- James Bass taught the lesson after which the 12 members and four guests were entertained with a hamburger supper. A program on the group's work was presented last night at the mid-week prayer service of the church, with Barbara van Hooser. leader. A mother-daughter banquet and program for both Junior aud Intermediate GA groups, will be given tonight at 6:30 at the church. Mrs. George Ingrum is counselor for the GA group. Mrs. i Charles Evans is Young People's leader of all the Auxiliaries of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church. Thursday & Friday • Cofeen \ C/iarte Eidforrl i frances G-iffwrf i Selected Short Subjects Air-Conditioned Thursday & Friday — Uouhlc Feature — T JUDY - G - VAN i \ GARLAND f> JOHNSON \ 'IN THE GOOD c, \ OLD SUMMERTIME* . ^ —->- T1CHHKOIO* The perfect Graduation Gift .. .Theater Ticket Hooks to attend the Koxy or Gem... S2.50 PHOEMX HIGH The perfect choice for Mother . . . something personal . . . something practical. These exquisite Phoenix Blockings are constructed of (he wonderful new High Twist Nylon. . .beautifully dull. . .more snag resistant. . . and a new leg-hugging elasticity that eliminates annoying wrinkles. Choose your Mother's Day gift from our lovely collection of fresh Spring colors • and styles. EVENING SHEERS $1-75 Ur AKTERNOON SHEEKS $L§<> l.tl* WALKING SHEERS $1-35 JIEDEL'S 48 Churches Are Representecj At District Meeting Forty-eight churches ol the Jonesboro district were represented yesterday at the district meeting of (he Woman's Society for Christian Sefvice which was held nt, the Lake Street Methodist Church. Approximately 150 WSCS members attended. The meeting was opened at 10 a.m. with Mrs. William Hfckox of Jonesboro, president, presiding. Mrs. Lloyd McClurc, conference president from Russcllville spoke to the group on "What H Means to Be a Methodist Woman," aftct which Mrs. H. H. Fulbright of Searcy spoke concerning, "Promotion of the Work of the Woman's Organization." Luncheon was served by the host church In the dining rooms of the church which were decorated with .vases of spring blossoms. Dining the luncheon hour, Miss Virginia Guftey of Booneville showed movies and spoke concerning her religious-social work at Booneville. During the business session, Mrs. Hickox was re-elected by the group to serve us president for 1050-51. Other officers are vice-president, Mrs. Mavis Settlemire, Dell;,recording secretary, Mrs. Maiirene Dislng- er. Jonesboro; promotion secretary, Mrs. Roy I. Bagley, Blythevillc; treasurer, Mrs. E. H. Hall, Dfll Secretaries of lines of work were: supply, Mrs, E. D. Bea!l. \y literature and publications, Mrs. L. O. Jenkins, Joiner: Christian social relations. Mrs. Ijester Weaver, Turrell; missionary education. Mrs. C. O. Wofford, Wclner; spiritual life, Mrs. B. B. Lipe. Jonesboro; youth work, Mrs. Newell Henry, Blvtheville: children's work, Mrs. Albert Hollingsworth, Blytheville; student work, Mrs. Robert Killiam, Manila; status of women, Mrs. Eugene Sna- neyfelt, Osceola; missionary personnel, Mrs. George Stickler, Nct- tleton, and chairman of research, Mrs. H. H. Couchtnan, Trumann. Dedication services for the nicet- ng were held after which the officers were installed. Following the installation ceremony, Mrs. Couchman sang a solo. Half Moon WSCS Meets at Church "Christianizing Our Homes" was the program topic presented the six members of the Half Moon WSC3, who met Tuesday night at Ilia church. Mrs. R. Ii. Hawkins was program leader. Group singing of tlu hymn, "For the Beauty of the Earth," opened the meeting after which Mrs. \V. R. Liglitfoot presented the devotional. Those participating on the program and their subjects were Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan, "The Christian Home Movement In China;" Mrs. O. N. Mitchell. "India's Festival Life;" and Mrs. H. C. Buck. "The Chrt.- tian Home In Africa." ^ff Miss Mary Llghtfoot concluded the program with the discussion, "Christian Homes Around the World." During the business session following, officers for the 1950-51 session were elected. The meeting was adjourned with the group repeating the Lord's Prayer. Book Review Presented WMU Mrs. Mable Lunsford of the Calvary Baptist Church reviewed the book. "Prophet of Little Cane Creek", for the 18 members and three guests of the Huffman WMU, who met yesterday afternoon at the church. Guests were Mrs. Maxine Adklsson and daughter and Mrs. Lunsford. The meeting was opened with group .singing of the hymn of. the year and repeating of tne watchword. Mrs. Rex Hughes presented the devotional after which Mrs. Lunsford reviewed the book. In the social hour following, the hostesses, Mrs. George Perry, Mrs. Milton Dallas and Mrs. R. L,. A<1- kisson, served a dessert course. At The Hosr-.' -is Walls Hospitals Dslmissed: Mrs. Lee Rapert and baby. Osceola. Frances Lorren, Luxora. Mrs. W. H. Granthryn. Haytl. Mrs. Lewis Ingrum and baby, Rt. Miss Anne McDermott, Dell. A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT k S^. MACARONI -SPAGHETTI PURE EGG- NOODLES What WIN You Give Your Mother? Why not choose a sdfl thai will give her pleasure for years...an unusual present from The Gift Shop? Visit our store before Sunday, Mother's Day. THE GIFT SHOP NtOSS BRYAN , 103 East Main Slreet in Cannon teny cloth go right in your washing machine / $ 1 .9 9 Always color-bright, soft and s fluffy, wonderful . . . they love to bo scrubbed, tubbed, and washed. Perfscf for beach, bath or boudoir in such deleclable colors as blue, yellow, while, pint, greon. Sizes 4 to 9. Me- cfium widlh. Little Miss Honeybugs in blue, yelfow, white, pink. Sizes 8 to 3, with elastic back strap. COLOR ADDRESS CITY COLOR ZONt STATl_ FAMILY SHOE STORE SI 2 West Main Street Phone 2342

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