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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 3, 1943
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THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1943 BLXTHEV1LLB (ARKJ1 COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Sarah McCutchen Engaged To New Orleans Officer Mi. aiid Mrs. Olon Wnlker Mc- Cnlclicn announce 'the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter,' Miss Surah Lou McCuldien, lo Knslgn Klchard Blnml Logan Jr., of . [lie United Stiites Naval Reserve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Sr., or New Orleans. Because Ensign Logan lias only a very brief furlough, ( will be solemnized Saturday, June 12, in New Orleans wlierc Miss Mc- Cntchen lias spent the past your and where his family lias long lived. A member of n prominent, family of this section, Miss McCulclicn was retired In Blylhovillc where her parents moved -u number of years ago from Southeast Missouri. She was graduated from Blylhe- ville High School, where she received many honors among which was selection as most popular anc most beautiful girl., in school during her senior'' year when she also served as drum major. Much interested In sports, she attended for, a number of years Lake Luro Camp at Lake Lure N. C., .where' she sewed as junta counselor. , ' She took her first year of collcgi work, at Miss JJeniiclt's ..School Millurook, N: Y., and during' "thl past_year Jias .been a . student,. u Sophie Ncwcomb College,"New Or leans, There, she became a member, o the Junior Assembly of New Qrlc ans and 'her college .honors In eluded having been'selected,to rep res'eiit 1 Delta Kappa Epsilon fra tentity in the congest for the mas "collegiate-Jooking" girl and havln been voted for next yenr member ship in the Student Center Counc for upper class members, and mem bcrship in the Gieenuncker Organ I'/fUon. Ensign Logan, member of prominent family which has . re .sided in New Orleans for man years, was graduated from Tu lane University's School of Eng, Hearing a month ago. President of the class in hts sen ior year, Ensign Logan is a mem ber of (lie Delia Kappa Epsiloi national social fraternity, and Ta Ucla Pi; honorary engineering fra ternity. Immediately following gradua tlon,; he was commissioned an ei sign in (he Naval Reserve and no is stationed on a destroyer at O ange, Texas. The wedding will be formal solemnized at the Trinity Episc pal Church of Now Orleans', whe tcvens-Gill Wedding Solemnized Today Noon Tho marriage of Miss Kvo Knlh- yn Qlll, daughter of Mrs. James ichard aill of Ddl, and Second Lieut. James Miidtson Stevens Jr., Ihe United.Slates Army, son of Ir. and Mrs. Stevens Sr., also of )ell, was solemnized today at First Icthodist Church there. The Rev. W. p. Cooley. pastor the Siloam Springs, Ark,, Meth- dlst church mid long a friend of ic bi'lilegvoom, performed Ihe Hes at 12 o'clock. • Candle light cast a gW over (he etling which hail n background f woodwardln fern arranged In ic arched chancel. White floor vnscs held bouquets f gladioli, stock and feverfew — 11 In white—with the vases flunk- ig the wedding party. As Ihe guests assembled, Miss can Sarber, pianist, played n pro- rnm of nuptial music and was ccumpaiiist for Noble GUI, broth- r 01' the bride, who sang "Because" Guy D'Hardclot, and "I. Love You Vuly" Carrie Jacobs ' Bond. "The Bridal chorus" from Lo- lengiin's "Midsummer's Night ^Jight Dream" heralded the wed- ing parly and Mendelsohn's Wedding March" was used for Ihe ecessldnal. ,' , Feminine atlendants of the bride rare formal frocks in shades to oraYn'ralnbow tlicnic. ' ' .Miss ;.Martha Frances Stevtns, ister of Llciiti'iiani Stevens, wore ijrcen; Miss Helen Power.-!, o'f Ijt- le.Rock, was in .yellow;. Miss Itob- n Gill of Dell, cousin of the bride, n lilac, and • Miss Connie Wallace >f Dell, in pink. ' ' They wore identically" fashioned "rocus of sheer silk mnrqukelte over taffeta. The long torso bo- ilce and round r.cck buttoned in jentcr. back, with miniature mar- luLsette buttons and hand cm- broidery, outlined the transparent heart-shaped yoke continuing In double rows around the titled midriff. The full bishop sleeves bul- toned- at llic fitted wrist band and llic double tiered circular ored skirt swirled Into a semi-train. A ponip'adour velvet loop bow In the. hair matched the frock and each carried shower bouquets of picardy gladioli, tied with \yldc bows in matching satin ribbon. Miss Laura Marie Gill, who was her sister's maid of honor, wore a companion frock in \valU blue fashioned of the same material the bodice of which was heavilj embroidered in matching braid She carried yellow gladioli. The bride, who was given ir marriage by her brother, Lester Gill of Dell, wore a gowu of gar- Slcelc Girl To We Ensign fjognn's parents were married.- .-£,- Blsliop' ,- Copeland will perform the. candle light crreiuony at il o'clock thai night before an assemblage of-relatives of the brhle- «rooin and the bride, who will go from Blylhevillc and • Missouri, and many friends there and from distant points. Miss McCutchen, '• who will be Given in marriage hy her father, has chosen for the maid of honor, her only sister, Miss Betty McCutchen. Bridesmaids will he Miss Mary Helen Moore and Miss LyncUc Tucker, Miss Ann Johnson of Fort Worth, Texas, Miss Bolty Mcln- tash of Savannah, Ca., Miss Jacqueline Mayhew of New . Orleans and Miss Jane Ix>san of New'Or- leans, sister of Ensiyn Logan. Campbell Loyan will serve his brother as test man. Ushers will be William Rudolph, Ensign Cary Ellis, Robert Sanchez, Samuel l.ogi\n, a cousin, Ensign Trist McConnell nnd linsign Michael Wheeler, nil of New Orleans. Following the service, Mr. and Mrs. McCutchen will entertain with a reception at Hotel Roosevelt, From Hew Orleans, the Naval officer find his bride will BO immediately lo Orange, Texas, where they will live for the present. Miss Howt'll Mr. nnd Mrs. A. H. JIowcH of Slccle, Mo., announce Ihe ap- >roaching marriage of Iheir daugh- cr, Miss Helen Louise Howcll, jergt. Thimnan Chambers of Malevan. W. Vii: The wedding will bf olenmlwd flits monlh wllh Chap- aln Jullaii A. Llndscy of Ihe uly- hevlll'c Army Air field officiating The ' bride-elect.', 'was. graduate from Holland High School in 1 ind shice that time has been a 1 he home of her parents. Sergeant Chambers Is the.son Of Wi\ and Mrs. Truman Chambers of iMnlcwan, W.'ya.'Hc was'ssrad- laled ' from' Ihe' 'Malewan ' Hluti School In 1030. and Attended Concord Sfale'College" at Athens',-\V. Va.. where re was a 'member of Plil Delta Pi fraternity. Sergeant Cham- Mrs now Is stationed at .Hie -Bly- thevlllc Army Air Field. SAMIIAS TO HONOR .' SONS AND DAIICIIIKHS • Dr. and 'Mrs. J. A. Saltba Mflll en- ertaln with a reception'.tomorrow ilshl at Ihe Woman's Club In honor jf sons and' daughters who Lsillng them. The affair Is to be Blven particularly for Staff S*rgt. •I'Vldle" Sallbu and his bride of a ew .weeks who have arrive*) from Sluppard llclii, 'IVxas, for tli irst visit with his family and filenik since their marrlnge, Miss Vein Saliba, iisslstont, counselor nt the Jerome Relocation Senior, Demon, Avk., arrived )' teixlay to attend the reunion. tMlss Alice Saliba, who recently received ler 11. S. degree from Louisiana Stale University, Ualon Rouge, 1-a. siwndliiB her Summer vacation al home, One member of the family will be absenl. He Is' Albert Saliba, who will bs inducted nt Camp Robinson Ark., tomorrow. Ho atso has beer attending Louisiana Slate University. ' . • • . ' Oltmrs who -ivlll al^.end Uuth and,Joe Saliba who'live their parents hero and •' who an students In Hlythevllle .schools. d the Wednesday Contract Ohib •e.sterday afternoon at her homo >u Highway It) Wist, with nil ut'iiibcrs present. Hoses HI ul larkspur decorated the •oouis wliere bridge wns played Unliii; the afternoon, In (\w biUlse t!i>ini>.s, high score ''•IM-, « vase, was awarded to «. V. O. Holland wllh second ilch, refreshment glasses, to Mrs. James V. Onlcs. • '1'he hostess served a dessert .'muse lit the conclusion of the "AS HIKTIinAV J'AKTV Mi's. Stella Duvls eillerlultlod 20 null hoys und girls yesterday af- :i'rn«ou lu honor of her son, John Wayne who was four years old. The group went to Walker Park where giuncs \wrc plnyed. Kucli child was presented « gift, uitor In the nflcrnaon tin- hostess served birlluliiy cake und Ice cream. I'AHMVKI.I, I'AltTV <!IVKN FOR TWO Mrs, Flo Lambert, Miss Ollldn Marlln, Miss Klva Mlcheal and Miss Mildred Hletiiirdson enteilaln- ed wllh a slnik suppei 1 last night honoring Miss Kathryn Wiilpolt and Mrs. Koland WHrrlnglon win lell today for extended visits. 'Ill guests of honor were, presented wllh lingerie ns uartlim (Ofts from (hell friends. • ' ovorsoas. Jimmy Allen, son of Mr. anil Irs. li. J. Allen, | ( >n this morn- ng for KayelloCllli', Ark., whoi'e will witor the University of Arkansas fur (lie Rummer term. Mrs, H, R Pollor h \\\ O f I'luurlsy lief l\oim> mi Kentucky Avcmio ind will lie ciinllned 10 her bed for an linicnnllu lltnu. Mr. and MI. SI o. w. All lick, their Imigliler anil wm, Miss Mary Jean mil Charles Allllck, spent yestcr- In At Tie HotpHab Myllicvllii! Hospital Admlttcd- Clabrlel Mike. Manila, J. T.'Ilyrd, city. A. l>. (,'. Cl.lIU CX1KKTS OK MKS. KAKIIIS M>('At,I..\. All members were present when Mrs.'J.'Karris McCalla entertained Ihe A. D. C. club'yesterday afternoon nt' her home. Roses-ami 1 corn flowers wcrc'iiscd throughout the rooms where the guests played bridge.-. In the ganie.v played, high score was awardqd to Mrs. Sanfoixt Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Kaltiiyn Walpole lefl yes- lerday fur u joiiu,! cnlir., where si"' will imikp nn extended visit with her sister, Mrs. ,!, K K(c|ile- on and Winrnnl Olllcer Ulchlt'- son wlni Is stationed u( cainii Cnl- lim, G'lillf. Mr. mill Mrs, ci. a. Hubbnrd ami dinigliU'r, Miss Mildred l,ou Dubinin), wriv In Memphis jrsU'r- Mrs, Kolmul Wimlnglon went to Amurlllo. Texas, yeslcrdny where will )ji> wllli lior husband, |>fc. \\iirilniilnn who Is stationed Mine. Mrs. c. K. lined nnd daimhlrr, .Ii'iinni' kjli'ii, returned from War- »irn. Mo,, ye.slcrdny wliero llioy hnvi' been wllh Monli'inuil Hood who wns sliilloned Iherc. but who rcirnlly h,,s bi'cu movi'd lo Norlli Carolina. Tlie.v wi'ir HIT - liiinli'd home by Mrs. Joe Knmey who was vlslllni; her luisbiind there. dipt, und Mrs. A. li. Weli-n- knmp rcliirncd yeslerdny finm Memphis wilt-re Ihi-.v spent soverul i.v.s with ii'lnlhvs licfoie ri'lurn- lo lioswoll. N. M., whim Cup- iln Wetenkiiiiip \ x KMtaned with Army Air Corns. While here ley lire the guests of Mis. \W|- ikump's mother, MIS. K. M. Ter- Mrs. Wiliion Kvnns, Qsccoln, Walls lli>s|il(:i| AdinHlcd— Mrs. \V. H, overtoil, Ilosclnnd. Mrs. R. H. Hhnw. clly. MKt llenlah Pierce, city. Horn lo I'vt. nnd Mrs. O. I llohlman. Bleele, Mo, » dnughlcr lasl nlgliL Horn lo I'fc. nnd Mrs. W. A. Chuse, clly, n ton Ibis moinlng. Dismissed— ToiiunlL' Wnvrlniilon, city. .Mc'ii.jihl: ll.ipllsl llovplial Admitted— Sarn Ann lli>ll, Osceoln. .Memphis iMethuilIM lliis])t(;il AdmlUetl- Mrs. Clyde Duvls, Luxorn. 'Mrs. L. U. lirawley, Osceoln. Dinner At Hotel Honors Wedding" Party,'Families Members of • the , wedding parly and families of the bride, tlic former Miss Eva Kathryn Gill, mid her fiance. Second Lieut. John Madison Stevens Jr., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stevens Sr., last night for n dinner .party following the rehearsal' for rites .solemnized today at- the -Dell Methodist Church. The affair, given In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble, was the first attended by . Lieutenant Stevens, who arrived yesterday from Alll- sccond high lo Mrs. Practically every mature Sequoia tree In existence today lias been struck by lightning at some lime. Cornerstone of the u. S. Capitol was laid Kept. 18, 1193. dcnia white faille, quaintly designed on-period lilies. Fullness of Ihe long ,'basqiie radiated from rows o shirring in llic, center front held with tiny self-covered buttons Wide Chantilly lace banding formed tile deep square yoke, the na-; tural Rose pattern ' outlining the V neck. The full leg-o-mutlon sleeves, liigh nt the shoulder,' buttoned closely from the elbow to a cnlla joint over the hand. Triple rows of shirring held the full skirt at the long torso, developing into numerous folds extending into, a long train. Her flnger-llp veil of illusion Tell from a pearl-studded coronet which also fastened the face veil. She carried a shower bouquet of stephanotLs centered with a white orchid and tied with mftline. Lieutenant Stevens had for his best man, Hildred Bunch of Urbana, III., and Yarbro. Ushers were Colcman S. Stevens, cousin of the bridegroom, Capl. Jolin Morgan oi Blythevillc Army Air Field, M. P. Brownlee Jr., and Malcolm Greenway of Dell. , Immediately following the wedding service, Lieutenant Stevens and his bride left for a brief trip before returning here so he may s]icnd the remainder of his leave with relatives. From here they will go to Alliance, Neb., where he is stationed. For traveling the bride wore a Midsummer suit of brown linen with brown and while accessories and an orchid corsage in the same colors. Tn addition to guests from this ancc, Neb., where he is stationed. The 24 present were seated at n long table arranged iyitli three centerpieces and clusters.. of\, tapers ill 1 iij pink and white Ihetri'e'.i' : * : Tlie large crystal bowl In ' the liter and the flanking smallei wls were filled with pink and lite roses, white sweetpeas, gyn- uheliii and Adianm fern. Bows of pink chiffon ribbon or e matching tapers held cluster.' white sweetpeas .mid fern. Place card favors were minla- corsnges and boutoniiieres of nnslcs, in vivid shades. Out of town guests were Miss elen Powers of Little liock, a colic mate of the bride, the ficv P. Coolcy of Siloam Springs rk., who performed the rites, ai ~rs, Coolcy. Shelton McCalla. '(lie hoslexs served a salnd plale nt Hie conclusion of ,llie games. * * *' SIRS. McFAKLAM) HAS OCTA imtixii; . : Mrs, Bernard McPnrlnnd enler- Inlncd the Ocla Bridge Club, 'I'ucs- (lay aflernoon nt lier home when she hud as guests, Mrs. Hoy Hue, Mrs. T. j. Barnes -And Mrs. W. S, Jingdoii. Hoses were used Ihroiijjhntil' the entertaining rooms where the (iiiests ilayetl bridge. fn Ihe games plnyed,- high score irluc was awarded In MrsJ Guy lloscrs with second high lo Mrs. Rae. . .' i • . . The hostess served n sandwich !>latc for refreshment.'!, i ' • • • «•.'.;••:.• MltH. MODlNfiKK HAS CUJB AND TWO GUKSTS. Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger enler- lained the Town und Country Club yeslcrday iiflernoon when she had as her guests, Mrs. H. L. Wylie niitl POLL- PARROT SCOFF-PROOF SHARKS"'" Conserve Shoes Stretch your dollars by out. fitting your romping, kicking scuffing boys ind girls in Poll-Parrot stuff-proof sharkskin tip oxfords. They, look good longer and' Popular their 10-way Built-in Fit Prices meant real comfort. At The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2342 cinity, Mrs. J. M. Ciarncr of Ox>rd, Miss., was another out of iwn guest. l.ce Ooodnian of Memphis Is llu: liiicst of her gniiulniolher, Mrs. l-\ D. Siullh. Mrs. Smith went lo ili'inphls for Imr .severnl days ngii, Mrs. O. W, McCulelien and Inuuhler. Mls.s Sarah I.mi, went lo 31. lx)iils this morning lo .spend wo diiys. Cinbrlcl Mike of Manilii Is un- lergolni; lieiilnu'iil :il IllyUiovllle tosiiHivl. Mrs. w. H. Overtoil of noseland s undergoing treatment at Wnlls Hospllal. Miss fcslelle Citll nnd sister-in- law. Mrs. I'urlfoy Olll of I.IUlc Rock, arrived today to be Ihe sts of Mrs: S, 1'. Cnifton nnd Innilly. Mrs. Jack Wagnor arrived ye.s- tcrdny from Key West, Fin., where she hus been wllh her husband who wns stationed (here, lo be with her imrent.s, Mr. and Mrs. K. U Jones, while Lieutenant Wngner is> Mrs. P. Englcr. Hoses decorated the entertaining rooms where Hie guests played bridger when high score' pYizc wns awarded lo Mrs.' Modinger with second high to Mrs. J. P. I,eiill LiglH refreshnicnts were served following the games. * * * MRS. .1. F. KKINMH.I.KR KNTHIITAINS Cl.llB. Mrs. J. F. Relnmiller enterlaln- Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Fred Bean will entertain 111 C. B. C. Club! Mrs, T. W. Jefferlcs and Mrs, J Frank Tomllnson entertaining will n bridge luncheon In honor of Mis.' Mrs. T. H. Haynes enlcilnlnlin, the JDorcas Sunday School Class Friday ^:30 p. m. ut her home with Mrs. H. L. Chambers co-hostess. Mrs. a W. AITIIck and diuightei Jfllss Mnry Jean, complimenting Miss Ell/nbelli Ciilhoini Phillip with luncheon at Hotel I'ciibodj Memphis. Announcing fipening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Information Gill Holt Funeral Home I'hone 571 I'ldllp Heed, son of ML: and Mrs. nil Need, lefl Monday Cor Con•ay, where he will speiul this week I the Metliiidisl Youth Assembly •Hli:h Is held at Hendrlx collcno >"'«. f'hlllp Is president of oulh Fellowship Clronp of the 'list Methodist Church here a oes as their reprcsenlnttvc. i 111 return by 1,111 Ic Hock win-re <' will visit his itrnmiimivnlK, Mr. ml Mrs. W. A. Weldemeycr, l.ofon- Itendlui- (he legion Hoys Ht vhere he will serve as Junior colin- elor lor Ihe Uiislmi ijlslrlct, At piesfnt Ihiu-e lire n'/.OOO.OOl) fliinro miles or hind and 14(1,000,(II) si|iiare miles of sen on llic arlh, Sooty terns, curried In the holds f ships lo a ixilnl 1(11)1) miles away, lo llielr nests within five lays. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Aviation Cndel forward A. Dice t 1 ., son oC Mr. uml Mrs. H, A, Kk'i. if lilylhevllle has completed hi. irclHuhl trninlni! as a pilot, at Sin Antonio Aviation C'ailtt Cenlei >an Antonio, and Is now Inking H'lmary tuihlhii: al I'\irl Stockton Texas. Avlnllon Cadd Oimnc'l H. OllliK on of Mr. ami Mrs. Hen Chine vas recently graduated from [tun tin Academy nt Tulnre, Calif., inn s now slalloiifd al cililco, Cullf r his basic training Iluddy Terry, son of Mrs, E. K I'erry Is stationed at Fort 811 The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COM) KAY, the mjilrrn, «cl«i- (Illn wiive. No hciit—Nn m chlnrs, Drop In for ilfLilh. MARGARET'S HKAUTY SII01' 104 S. First Viione 2532 kla,, in tho Field Artillery Schoot FJecl Honoril'ry • Ahmuu TROY, rf, Y. (Ui>)_For the first ' no In history, the Board of.Trus- es of Ilasscll, Sage College? has ected an honorary alumna to Hi pnibershlp. she Is Or Lillian oiler oilbrcht of Montclalr,' N. , Inlcrimtlonnlly known - corisult- K engineer In management. She (is awarded, nn honorary . degree • Hnsscll tinge <ln 1931. ' M Arizona's MoiUuuinm Caslle Na- onul Monument was visited by 078 posons during 1930; V887 dur- ig 193D. BINGO PARTY Catholic Hall 'rlinr.sil.iy, June 3, 8 p, in. lliTiclH of Altur Swlely ADMISSION 35c CM M SOAP BRIM YOU TOBEIW? Tlic oae nad oiily.purpose of soap is lo clean. Tlic rich, creamy Intlicr of SwcUllt'iirl Soap ctcuris Ilioroiljlily yet jjc-ntly anil is so pure and mild Ihnl it agrees with even sensitive romplcxiims. As a sh:im[KHi, Ssvcct- leaves llic linir r.u!i:uilly clean and delicately perfumed. 'I'hns Swcctl lent Soap helps nuke you appear at your lies). SWEETHEART TOKET SOAP THE SOAP THAT AGREES WITH YOUR SKIN liuy Your Entire Summer Supply Large Size . . Heavy Turkish Towels ' 22x-14 Man Size Thirsty Towels, • COLORED' liUl{l)Kl{S Absorbent double loo|i terry weave • PLAIDS towels, with strong selvages and backstitch hems that assures long, snlls- •^CHKCKS fnctflty wear and durability. You'll • SOLID *' anl several at this siwclnl price.' COLONS , ' WK WKRK INDKKD FOHTIINATM TO SHCIIRK ANOTHKIt SHll'iMICNT Pcrfecl Quality FULL FASIII'ONIIID SHEER RAYON Hosiery Tlial Wns a C'ninplcle Soli-out I.asl H'crk! This nen-s item (hat appeared In the papers recently. 3 Pali's 2.25 i Bare-Legged Days Predicted Soon Washington, May 20—T. I Mueller, president of Jinn Kayser & Co., New York textile manufacturers, Tuesday envisioned "slocklnglcss "lays lor Amerlcnn women w' lh disclosure of still further cuts In rayon yarn allotments. Testifying before a specinl House committee. Mi'cll'J dc ' clarcd that manufacture of synthetic rubber tires and other war products will take yarn from "milady's" hose. Clear ringless sheer Chiffon Hose, with a hleh twist that makes them long wearing, run-resistant and flattering. New nndtY-arm :> | Cream Deodorant I <*wn*»r iafety **Hf*i* I Stops Perspiration 1. HOCJ not lorfilrcises or men's sriifis. Doci DOC ii/icicc iVin, nficr 3. luitJiiily stoiit|icrspititionfof 1 lo 3 days, ricvciui 4. A i>ure, white, vanishing crciin 5. A wauled Aj>pfov:l Seal of Instiiiiteof I.aunder- for being liannlcu to Cli?^ Ai»tnio«»aj«|«.':l? I 117 Contionons Shows ' Every Day Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Starta 2:M LISTEN TO KLCN . 00 i.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. HEPBURN Keeper of theFlame ,,<•'.„ •%*» RICHARD WHOSf ': / ;7 MARGARET WYCHERLT FORREST TUCKER FRANK CRAVEM HORACE MtNALLY ' PERCYJULMIDE ar.imount News & Selected Sh«rt ROXY Bargain NitM Etery Nlfbt ' S»(nrd«y. : ... Box Oflite Opens 6:45 Show Starts 1M CmUtmm Shnra Sit. ta« Thursday and Friday, Stlftltd Shtrti

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