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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 23, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVrLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Wedding Plans Announce By Miss Eileen Hagan Miss Eileen Hagan today mad known the phms for her man-lag :to John Weaver O'Neal of Talboi 'ton, Ga. Miss Hagan's cngat'cmci was recently announced by her par cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Williain Edwar Hagan. The wedding will be solemnize at the Church of the Immaculat Conception Saturday. Nov. 2B, a 10 a.m. The Rev. Francis B. Me Devilt will officiate at the cere mony. A musical program will lie pre soiled ty L. T. Moore, Jr., organis and Carl Green and Henry Dodc vocalists. Alco.vtcs will tie Irfiirv Cassidv Fred White, Kickie Roberts and Jo Smith. The bride will have as maid o honor Miss Rcglna Hasan, with Mrs Nora Seibert serving as matron o honor. Bridesmaids will be Mrs Harold Fyrcr of Columbus, Ga., sister of the groom, and Miss Mar! Haslctt of Memphis. Jan Finklea and Loretla White of Memphis wil (serve as flower girls Joe Seibert will serve as best man with Robert Gunn and Tommy Haslelt of Memphis and Ben W White acting as ushers. Immediately following the wedding a reception will be held at the home of the bride's parents al Huffman. Miss Hagan was again honored when Mrs. c. L. McWaters, Jr Mrs. G. O. I'oetz and Mrs. Joe K Waddy entertained with R miscellaneous shower at the Waddy home last night. The 25 guests attending were seated in the entertaining room; which were decorated with bouquets of chrysanthemums-. The honoree's chair was marked with a large white satin bow pinned to the back. During the evening games were played and prizes, which were later presenled the birde-elect, awarded Centering the lace clothed dinning table from which the honorce opened her mlscellenous gifts was a Joshua tree. The hostcssscs served refreshments of punch and cocoanut cake during the evening. Miss Hagan chose for Ihc occ.Ti- 5IOI1 a blue and gold frOck. she pinned at her shoulder a gift corsage of two perfect gardenias completely encircled in gold in compliment to her gown. Several out of town guests attended the affair. 24 Guests Attend Fourth Birthday Party Twenty-four guests attended the fourth birthday party of Roberta Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elgie H. Brown, yesterday afternoon. An afternoon of party, games and stories entertained the young guests Mrs. Brown directed the enter- Sorority Hears Review of Play By Noel Coward Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon last night reviewed Noel Coward's play, "Present Laughter" for members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. at a meeting at the homt of Mrs. p. E. Black, chapter director. In introducing the book. Mrs. Stic'kinon pointed out that because of the author's versatility, the play could not be termed as typically a Keel Coward play but rather as an example of his versatile talen. The play was woven about a brief but complicated interlude In the life of an English actor, his producer and stage director, the actor's ex- wife, his producer's wife, and a moon-struck stage aspirant. Following Mrs. Stickmon's review Miss Lonnle Hargctt, chairman of :he dance committee reported that the chapter would entertain with a formal dance at the Jaycce club-' room on December 1C. Reports were also heard from the reasiirer. Mrs. Randall Hawks, ami Mrs. Richard Osborne relative to he chapter's part In the annual icta Sisma phi Christmas Parly or Negro children. The children will le feted at a party at the Legion Hit on the afternoon of December The party will cancel the sorority's December 20 meeting, and the next nceting is scheduled for December i at the home of Miss Prances Sue Bright, with Miss Mary Gray as lostcss. Mrs. Black was hostess to the sor- irity last night and was assisted in ervlng by Miss Kathryn Rowcll. Two Guests Attend WMU Meeting, Shower ^ Mrs. N. Neal and Mrs. Auldron Smith were giicsls at the meeting f the Armorel WMU Monday nl»ht I the home of Mrs. N. c. Patter- Mi. Mrs. Roy White led the opening rayer with Mrs. Henry Berry, prcs- dent, presiding over the brief biis- meeting. During the business session plans ere made for the Lottie Moon pro- ram to be given Dec. 7. Mrs. W. O. Auten presented the evoiional. "Patterns and Patches." Following the closing prayer by Irs. Frank May the group showcr- Mcthodist Circles Conduct Meetings Circles of the Methodist Church held their semi-monthly meetings Monday In members' home*. Circle I met wilh Mrs. Eugen Still with 15 members present, Mrs. Paul Jobe gave the study. Mrs. Fred Fireman was hostess with Mrs. Bill Gaines to the 12 members and one new member. Mrs. R. G. McGraw, ol circle 2. Mrs. Harry W. Halucs gave the devotional with Mrs. L: B Baker leaching the study. Seventeen were present for the meeting of Circle 3 with Mrs. B M Matthews. Mrs. Hugh Whilsitt gave 'he devotional with Mrs. J w Adams, Jr., the study. Circle 4 met with Mrs. Elton Klrby wilh Mrs. Loy Welch' co-hostess, fcevcn members were present with Mrs.' Klrby giving the devotional. Mrs. E. j. Cure gave the study. Mrs. Max Parks was a new member meeting with Circle 5 at lire home of Mrs. Henry Humphreys with Mrs. W. A. Hollingworth co- Mrs. Hollingsworth gnve the devotional with Mrs. L E Old teaching the study lesson. Twelve members and one guest Mr.;. Roy f. Baglcy, of Circle 6 met at the home of Mrs. O. E. Knudsen. devotional was given by Mrs V. G. Holland with Mrs. H. N' Whiii.s teaching the study lesson. At the conclusion of each mrct- - '"g the hostesses served refreshments. General Meeting Held By Presbyterian Women Mrs. Fiass Stevens, president presided over the general meeting of the women of the First Presbyterian Church Monday afternoon at the church. d Mrs. Ted Fniiglit with layette Its. During the evening Mrs. Putler>n served a dessert course. 'o/vory fiWC Meets; 0 Members .Present 'Christ, The Answer To Moslem inds" was the program topic prc- ntcd by the program leader, Mrs. ubcrt Polsgrovc, at the meeting of Mrs. c. P. Rambo, assisted by Mrs. J. c. Waslh. presented the afternoon program, which was a piny entitled. "Inter-Church Aid." Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. P. H. Tope. Mrs. W. A. Dobvns, Mrs. Walsh and Mrs. Ed Rice. Services to Be Held In Osccola Tomorrow Union Thanksgiving services will be held al the First Presbyterian Church m Osceoln In the morning from 9:30 to 10:30. The Rev. H. j. Coiichman of the First Methodist church will be the principal speaker. The Junior Glee Club under the direction of Fred L. Poscy will present special music. .. -. An offering will be taken to be used by the United Work of the Churches and ministers. Bits of News Miss Betty Wilson left Ihis afler- noon for her home in quilman. Ark to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with her family. Mks Wilson is a member of the high school faculty Mrs. R. O. Wcstbrook left today for San Angelo, Texas, to spend the winter with her son, I. o. Westbrook. Mrs. R L. Dedman will spend J'hnksgivlng In San Angclo. Tex will- her daughter, Miss Jean Dcd- man, who Is a student at San Angelo Junior College. Mrs Mireery Hancock left today i' Greenwood. Miss., lo spend the I'hanksgiviiiK holidays with friends and relatives. Among the students wro will ar- rH'e home tonight from the Unl- I'ersUy of Arkansas will be Flarry Parr, Ed.sel Harbor. Miss Belli Wocdson, Miss Donna Wimderlich MlM n.irhara Monaghan, Grahan Partlow. Marlon Randolph Smith Miss Mary Ann Smith and Miss Frances Shouse. Mr. and Mrs. Mell Brooks and family of Greenwood, Miss., spenl the weekend here as guests of Mr and Mrs. J Mell Brooks fo- pmk and topped wilh four pink 1 candles arranged in pink candy holders, was served the guests. Placed directly behind the cake on the lace draped dining table was a blue foiled wrapped vase filled with pink carnations, svveetpcas and blue dcl- pnenrum. Interspersed in the arrangement was fluffy prcncry. Boxes of crackcrjacks were presented the guests as favors diirin° Ihe afternoon. , Mrs. Brown was assisted by Mr.? Freeman Robinson. Reunion, Party Honors Don Haley Family A combined family reunion and birthday party feted members of tiic Dnn Haley family and Jerry Ilaicv on his L'2nd birthday Monday nichl when the group gathered 'at the Haley home on Kentucky. A linen cutwork cloth ovolaid Hie dining (able from which dinnei was served during the evening. Rcsliii" on tile table was a low silver -nn- lerpicce made to resemble fall m il- with silver branched candelabra on eilher side. The evening was spent in formally with gifts being presented to 'ir- honorec. Oiil.of town members of tin- tarn. Jly attending were Mr. and ,v,., ». L. Akin of Jonesbnro, Mr and Mrs. Grovcr Jackson of Etmvah -m-| one special gursi, cliff Rotton. " hostess to IS members of Ihe group last, night al her home. Mrs. Caldwell led the , opening prayer followed by a brief business meeting conducted by Mrs. Lee Powell, president. Mrs. Polsgrove was assisted with :he program by Mrs. P. ir. Jernijjun. Mrs. Herman May, Mrs. Mary Lyon. Mrs. Ella Wilson, Mrs. Don Aycock, well. Mrs. Janie Ross presented the devotional. I Following the closing prayer by i -Mrs. Lyou the hostess served rc- ! freshmeiils of a sandwich plate and ; coflee. B'., .rd Young;, son of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Young, and Miss Christine Austin, daughter of Mr and Mrs. W F. Austin, will arrive this aliernoon from Southwestern in Memphis, to spend the holiday with their parents. Miss Ann McLcod arrived home today f'Tm CoUcy Junior College, Nevada. Mo., to spend the holidays' with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Da- nnn McLeod. R. C. Allen, son of Mr! and Mrs. C Allen, arrived home today from Vamlerbilt University In Mashviltc to spend the Thanksgiving vacation. Mr.s. C. A. Cunningham left Tues- dt,y for Johnson City. Tenn.. to spend the holidays with her sister. Mrs. W. T. Morrow. Mrs. Cunning".:im will return Sunday. Mr ano Mrs. Rodney L. Banister will spend Thanksgiving In Osccola is guests of Mr. and Mis. Fred Banister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer will spend Thanksgiving in Sikcs- ton as guests of Mr. Brewer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hughes. Miss Nancy Hughes will arrive home Thursday morning bv plane from Dallas. Texas, (o spend the holidays as guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. D. Hughes. Mrs. S. F. Roark who lias been 111 for some time at St. Bernard's Hospital In Joncsboro Is Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Dross of St. Petersbuig. Pla., will arrive Thursday n.ornlng to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ShamUn and O A. Roush. Nancy Partlow. a student at Ihe University of Alabama, will arrive home this afternoon to sp"mi the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Partlow. Mr. and fjirs. H. R. Partlow of Paragould will spend Tha'nksgivlne vlth Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Partlo'.v Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crane and Circle Four Meets In Phillips Home The Business Women's Circle fou of Calvary Baptist Church conduct ed a noyal Service program las night at the meeting which was heli in the Bradley Phillips home. Eleven members and one vLsttoi Mr*. Porter Wilbanks, were prescnl Mrs. Vernon Boyd gave the opening prayer. In the business session, plans wer made to present a Thanksgiving basket to a needy family. Mrs. Ma rle Matter, Mrs. Mark Anderson Mrs. Leon Robertson, Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Clmrles Lipford drev. names of orphans to whom thcj could present Christmas gifts. Mrs. Matter, w;is In charge of the program. "Christ, the Answer tx Moslem Lands', she was assisted b; Mrs. Herbert Graham. Mrs. Phillips Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Henry Bun- ncll. After the hostess had served re fresjuncnts to the group Mrs. Lll- clan' Gaines led the dismissal prayer. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1949 children of at. I/nils are visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Graham. Sr. They arrived las night to spend the holidays. Miss Jean Sn\v_ver and Miss Willie Banks are .spending the Thanksgiving he!lriays in Memphis as guests of friends. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Luckett and daughters Nancy and Lanell. of Helena, arrived la*t night to spenc Thanksg'ving with Mrs. J. A. Luck:- etl and Miss Neal Lucketl. Miss Julia S\vink. who is a stu- denl al Lambuth College. Jackson Tenn.. uill arrive tonight accompanied by her brothers, Walter and Russeh Sn'ink of Memphis, to spend Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waller C. Swink. Miss Millie Chambers will leave this afternoon for Harding College, Scarcy. to spend the holidays with friends there. Miss Betty Dodds and Miss Florence Moore left today for Ncwbcrn, Tenn., to sound the holidays with their families. Condition of .Mrs. W. Leon Smith who \vus removed last night from Memphis Methodist Hospital to her home on Walnut is Improved. Miss Laura Swain, a studenl al Washington University. St. Louis, will arrive home In the'mornlng to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents. Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Golladay. J. W. n**rien will arrive from State Teachers College. Florence. Ma., today to spend Thanksgiving vith parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Henry Gari; is. Mrs. Myrtle McBride of Tuscumbia. Ala., will spend Thanksgiving with her sister, Mrs. Henry Gargis of Blytheville. Lcroy Webb, son of C. O. Webb 1614 W. Sycamore Street. Blylhc- ville. has completed basic training a't Lackland Air Force Base. San Antonio, 'Texas, and was promoted to private first class. Pfc., Webb spent; a 10-da'y leave with his lather and will reporl to Shepherd Air Force Base. Wichita Falls. Texas, for a 28 week airplane and en pine mechanic school. THE NAME TO REMEMBER IN MUSIC Al Flip Hospitals Htyllievillc llu.S|iitul DiMnisscn: Vavslo N'nfrcnoni"/. Osrroln. Mrs. Woodrow Wren. City. APIOIIIP Days. Luxora, J. C Neal. City. Mrs. F:d<iic- Burks City. Mrs Claude Phill ; i)S. City. ''. Mudinrcr. Sr.. City. J'ini'ir Clifton, City.. | Mrs. Nral Harris. L'.ixora. i Mrs. Mack Jarkson. Manila. i Mrs Lester Durham and babv O-rmla. ] Mrs. J. p. Powell, nnd babv li! ') 1 Cecil Steel, City. LAST DAY TO PAY Osceola Will Be in At Couil House Nov. 2Ist to Nov. 30th Sec mo there or mail your check (with ex° r ° nC 0rdcf <»"h°ut exchange), at p EMILY P. TRAMMEL Levee Tax Collector Box 327 Wilson, Ark. The Giit That Will Last a Liletimt A Piano From ... MOAS r/M*j Ihe i/ggesr C/iris//noi your family ever had, give them the gilt of a l:fetime--a beautiful piano from Houck'i, thai will last a li/eli/ne. too. 0. K. Houck Piano Company has the finest lines ol pianos that money can bay, ot prices no more than you wou/o 1 pay for ordinary pianos. Plan now for a piano this Christmas, make your selection from Hauck's famous names in pianos such as Wutliiicr, Cable-Nelson. Everett, Mason (, Hamlin and Chickering. Spinets as lav as J495. Terms to fit your budget. Musical Giff Notes Here are /oi/ o lev o! Ihe many musical gills you will find al Houci's lor giovnups c-d children. Twirling Batons $ 1.50 up Harmonicas, all sue! 50c up Muiic Cases J3.75 up Music Cablnels, to protect your music library $39.75 Statuei of Composers 25c up Trumpeti, Clarinets, Trombone! ...$99.50 up Suitari $14.50 up Hawaiian Ukulela $5.75 up Accordion $75.00 up Play Trumpsft JI.OOEa. Violin Muiic Bank complete with string! and bow 75 C Ea. ti «^ « fi Mason & Kamlin K - c ^>' and pliy thi? .innll ft t:ian,l jnaiio with Its K; ship and tonal beauty. i V? EVERETT Th» only piano with Ralaneert Tennion, an IncTiiom back con- slruriion thai do-i *wa>- wilh tone-msif- fUnBrToodpons. Slavs In lune longer. USE OUR CONVENIENT LAYAWAY PLAN A small deposit will hold «ny Him you uleet until Christmas CHICKERING rnon ol.' i.'hed an<\ bcst-lovM inn. Th» rrmnn- ance tliAt 5 p c 1 I i ii5 ot family hap- Sec our large display rooms filled with famous names in pianos, band and orchestral instrument and complete library of sheet music. MempM.s, Tenn. 121 Union (Start Hourl 1:10 III S:00) phone 8.0371 YOUR MUSIC HEADQUARTERS Mrs. Settlemire Presented Pin In Dell Ceremony . Mrs. Davis Settlemire, president of the Dell Methodist WSCS received her lifetime membership In the WSCS In a service Monday at the home of Mrs. R. A. Grcenway, with Mrs. C. L. Grcenway co-hostess. Preceding the ceremony Mrs, R. A. Oreeneway presented the pro- Brain which was dedicated to Mrs. Sotllemire entitled "fn Honor Preferring one Another." Mrs. n. B. Crawford presented an original poem, written lu compliment to the honorec and also gave the lifetime membership pin to Mrs. Settlemire. Mrs. Crawford was presented a baby membership pin for her daughter. Lucy. Following the closing prayer buffet styled refreshments were served the 28 guests. Mrs. James TIcdwell presided at ihe punch bowl which rested on the cutwork linen cloth overlaying the refreshment table. Resting off the right side of the floral centerpiece of the table were large red apples from which extended olives, pickles p.nd other tidbits arranged on slender varicolored sticks. These apples were placed ainone (he foods. The floral centerpiece was of yellow and bronze mammoth chrysnn- t v einums in which were intennhi- Bled autumn leaves, red and yellow wheat and pyracantha. A cocktail piece was placed on the buffet of the same (lowers with a solid back of snnscnicrla. Abundant bouquets of yellow chrysanthemums were p laced throughout the home. Mrs. Settlemire was presented R gift corsage of bronze chrysanthemum completely encircled with the smaller bron/e chrysanthemums tied 11 puffs of irrcsdcsccent brown sa- Out of town guests attending the Ceremony were Mrs. L. A. Cutcliff of Amory, Miss., the former Miss Warrenne Brownlee, Mrs. Ft M Vails of Stcele. grandmother of the '°", oree ' and Mrs - Malcomb Green- Blytheville Group Attends Meeting Of Garden Clubs Thirteen representatives of the Garden Club Division of the Blytheville Women's Club attended the district meeting of Federated Garden Clubs in Jonesboro Monday Mrs. Joe Hardin of Orady president of the Arkansas Federation of Garden clubs, outlined plans lor the fol owing year's work, she pointed put that the 1950 convention would be conducted at the ArliiiE- °" 'i 0 "-' 1 , at ,? 0t Sprln « s '»> J«ne. According to the speaker, there are 195 Garden Clubs In Arkansas affiliated with the federation, and 5,200 members. The Blytheville organization it was pointed out, is not a federated club, and was formed only fost year. The Blytheville delegation was guests of the federation al a luncheon attended by about 120 Garden Club members. Speakers other than Mrs Har.lln Included Mrs. H. L. Hickey. president of the Jonesboro Federation of Garden Clubs, and Mrs. Jjhn Thomas, also of Joncsboro who conducted the business session During the business session Mrs. J. E. Crafton, chairman of the Blytheville club reported on the progress In Blylheville. Others attending f rom siythcville Included: Mrs. Kendall n-rry Mrs J. C. Uroke, Mrs. J. c. Wallow Mrs' Ray Hall. Mrs. Jennie Walker' Mrs' Keren GUI Mrs. w. s. John to,', Mrs. Ney Hunt. Mrs. J. L Nabe'V Mrs. J. J. Barnes, Mrs. B A. Biigg and Mrs. Dale Horn Boys' Glee Club Sings For Junior High Mrs. O'Keefe Hostess ~~o Circle Seven The second meeting of the newly rg:inized Circle seven of the First lethodist Church was conducted londay at the home of Mrs W 11 3'Kcefe. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr. »avc he selected devotional. The minutes of the previous lecting were read by Mrs. A R Jlsen. In the business meeting, presided ver by Mrs. Hildred Bunch the roup agreed to help a needy fam- y at Christmas time. Nazarcne Revival Starts Tonight M Church A revival meeting will start to- mght at 7:30 at the Church of the Nazareiie. First and Sycamore. It will continue through Dec 4 _The Rev. W. H. Johnson, super- Cominq Events Social Calendar Thursday Union Thanksgiving Services at First Methodist Church at 9-30 am Dr. Alfred Vise, speaker Friday Mrs. O. O. Elkins hostess to C B :. Club. Friday Club meets with Mrs. Harmon Taylor. Civic Calendar Lange PTA Executive Board 2-30 lollowed by PTA meeting 3:00 p'.m! Thursday THANKSGIVING DAY. Intendent of the Arkansas District will be the evangelist. Special music has been arranged for each night. The Boys' Glee Club, under H> direction of Mrs. Wilson -Henri presented several selections at the meeting of the Junior High PTA yesterday alternoon. Their selections Included cowboy songs and ihe seasonal favorite "All I Want for Christmas." Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, Miss Avis Howard and Mrs. Dick White each reported on the Teacher's meeting held last Friday at the high school. Mrs White discussed "The Child" with Miss Howard's topic bclne "The Community and The Part It Plays." Miss Turner discussed "Tilt Code of Ethics for Teachers " Mrs. T. I. Seay gave the devotional followed by the President's Message which was read by Mrs H. O. Partlow. Mrs. Ray Hall, secretary, presided over {he business session during which time the group agreed to buy dictionaries and books rif fiction tor the Junior High Schottf libiary. ' Mrs O. W. Coppcrige. treasurer submitted a budget of S185 for the school year which was accepted. The attendance prize was presented the seventh grade room of Mils Howard and the eighlh grade ronm 01 Mrs. H. B. Willingham. There will be no December meeting. Film to Be Shown At Luxora Church The WSCS of the Luxora Methodist Church will sponsor a film and accompanying lecture at the Methodist Church In Luxora Friday night. The proceeds will be used to benefit the Church furniture fund. The film will be shown by Capt Lout N Rodgers of Luxora who Is now professor of military science aid tactics at Carthage High School, Carthage, Mo. Capt. Rogers recently returned from a two year tour of dutv in Ja;.an The two hour series ot "film 0 *' 11 '""" h " ""»'• SAVE MONEY BY TRADING IN YOUR OLD JEWELRY WHEN YOU BUY CHRISTMAS GlFTS /f i ••ar II Conlinuous Shows Box Office Opens. 1:45 Show Slarts 2:09 --.• 10;00 a.m. 12:4S p.m. <|30 p.m. LISTEN TO KLCN • Last Time Tortay Younger Brothers with Wayne Morrli and Janls Faje Selected Short Subjccti Continnoiu Showlni Everjtfaj Thanksgiving & Friday V... It. ,.ry rfK, mo -.d .1,0,. ,M mm .,i beauty Sol t y=u,«ll you will „„,„ „„,, „„ quality •> Hfgke. rkon it, !>,;„ Pat O'Bryant Jewelry Main & Second BIythcville Parnmount News & Stleclei Shorl« Continuous Shoirtng Eyerjdij Show Slarts 7:00 Box Office Opens 6:15 Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunda'; at Ihe KOXY Last 'I'inie Today Arch of Triumph with Incrld Bergman and Charles Bojer Selected Short Subject* Thanksgiving S Friday Matinee at 2:00 p.m. Thursday ' " LANCASTER DeCARlO STEPHfN McHAUY , :•=• SIODMAK Selected Shnrt Subjects A Happy Thanksgiving to AH!

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