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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 6, 1932
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PAGE TWO BLYTllKVILLE^JARK.) COURIER NEWS 7 TUESDAY, SRI'TKMI&K 0, i!K!2 OMB MeeU. Members o( the Beta Chi Sunday school class of the First Presby- teri«n church were guests ol Miss Mary Outlaw, president, Mrs. Lucy McAdams. vice president, Mia Er- nettlne Holland, secretary, and Mrs.- Edjrar JBorura, treasurer, for n meeting last evening at the home ol Mrs. McAdains. Plans were made for Increasing the attendance ot tr.e class for a "Friendship game" vhlch was started last night and for a masquerade carnival pad)' ( 0 ^ g j ven next monlh. Tl» "Friendship game," »Ilh each inembsr having an un- kno»Ti friend, will bs concluded with a party at Christmas when gifts will be distributed and the name of the ! 'frtend" divulged. The masquerade party, to be given at the home of Mrs. Fred Sandefiir, Is to be for all me niters and friends of the church as well as members °f.the class. This Is to be an un- ucutlly interesting event on an ex- tens'ivc scale. Fjpr thc-soclal hour the members went to Boium's Drug store where the^ were served refreshments. TrenMct Bwlnns. ttans for entertaining the delc- ga.tte'Ho the quarterly conference occiipicd the meeting of (lie Woman's Missionary soclelty of tho First' Methodist church Monday afternoon at the church. There were 23 present. This group will provide one meal lor th? 15 members o( the conference" In the Jonesboro illslilcl who are expected to attend. Attend Theatre Opening. - Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. McCnl- chcn uere among the many out ol. tovn visitors who altenddt the opening of the Crilerlon theatre at Poplar Bluff- Sunday. Accompanying Mr. and Mrs. McCutchen were M. A. LigtvUnan, president of the National Motion Pictures Theatre Owners Assocla- tion cf America, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Bland and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur de Slefano, all of Memphis, who motored up here Sunday • morning. -- . More ...than .200 guests from St. Louis, Cairo, "Memphfs arid 'other cities were guests at a chicken barbecue given at a private country 'club near.. Poplar Bluff .be- Iore i the opening performance of the ™w theatre. Executive Board . " Dans Activities. It-.was "pot luck" for 13 oi the 16 members of the executive board of the Woman's Auxiliary In the First Prcsbyterlfui chlrcli who. attended the luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. c. M. Gray Monday. Each member prepared a dish, of her ov.n choice, with no one knowing what the other was lo bring. In the business meeting which followed plans were discussed for the group conference lo be held •t Osceola Thursday, September 15, v/hen membtrs of auxiliaries of churches at Osceola, Jonesboro; Paragould, Black Rock, B.isset! and Blythevillc will attend. A special program was taken up, to b/ presented nt the Loyalty Day meeting of the auxiliary Monday, September 19. Dclphians TO Bet In MtcUn; 5 Of Season. The Iccal Delphian chapter will resume Us meetings for Ihc season tomorrow morning. 9 o'clock at the Hotel Noble. Mrs. C. W. Affllck is to be leader of Ihe program. Son Nimrd. The son, born to Mr. and Mrs Everett B. Oce Saturday at ihi Memphis Baptist hospital, ha been named Everett Uers: Gee. Jr He weighs seven and three-fourths pounds. Missionary Socitty Mcds. The Woman's Missionary sociel of the Second Baptist church me al (the church Monday allernoon "with seven present. Mrs. Marvin Lan: was in chargi of the program based on ir.e scrip lure taken from First Samuel. Mrs Curtis Slankard and Mrs. W. M Blaylock offered prayer. Business Women SUfre Plans for Year. Providing for » Sigh sch=Dl gir and the study of a course in Citl zenship will be two projects un dertakon by the Business and Pro Sessional Women's club this wh ter. Thu was decided in a mestii last evening at Ihc GofT hotel. The group will provide fcr o, girl, except, for h=r board and lodg in?, as It has teen rtoln:> in t! past. Mrs. W. T. oberst, sduca tlonal chairman, Is in charge cf t v acUyity. • Along with this phase of educi tkJMl work It, Is planned to ha 1 a book report given once ca< month. Mrs. Sue ft. Mason u-ill gi< the. first report next Monday C v . £: Uking up the study of Citizenship It was votsd to invite everyone to attend the meetings, the first to be uaM September 26. Bits oj N Mostly Personal Mr. nixl Mrs. c. V. Betiaiigh L. ave as ihelr gucsl.s Mrs. L. aius nnd Mrs. Ci. K Hunt, of onion, Mo., who will be here tor weeh. Mr. nnd Mrs. Morris Wilson, of ot Springs, have been guests Mr. and Mrs. noyri Wilson for vcral days. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Station and in, Will Gwyn, spent Hie veek- i<i In Memphis. Miss Bnble I'lttinan has returned • her liojne )n ilia Beim, Miss., ler a two weeks slay wllh her Ister, Mrs. Hny Hall, and Mr all. Randolph Smith, formerly of ere and now of Lllllc Hock, vla- ed here yesterday en route home om Cape Glrnrdeau. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hay Hall visited i 1'urinn, Mo., over the week- id. Mrs. F. B. Joyner und children nd Miss Jessie Lee England have turned from a visit In Okemali, klit. Elberl Huffman returned lost Ight from Dollgc'e, Ala., where c spent Ihe summer wllh reln- ves. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. McCiilchcn •uc as llu-lr RUCSI Mr. McCut- icn's mother, Mrs. Lucy McCut- icii, of Campbell, Mo. Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton ;d two sons have returned irom vIsK In Scnath and oilier points Missouri. Miss Mnvc Ijine spent last week- id in Memphis. J. E. crllz Is 111 nl Ills home on 'est Ash street today. Mrs. Charles W. Oglcsby rclurn- I to her home Jn Fort Smith to- ny after n vlsll Mlih her mother, Irs. Mary Phillips Robinson. Ue- ire her marriage Mrs. Oglcsby as Miss Mary Elizabeth Robln- 111, of this city. Mlsa Thclmn Worthlngloii had •i her guests yesterday Miss Annie tiurlc Pcntecobt, of Memphis, nnd iUss_'MDlllno Lyon, of Davidson, She returned lo Memphis 1th them today where she will isit Miss Fenecoct before rc-eiit- ing Southwestern university tor er second year. She had pinned to attend Arkansas university Ills year but later decided to re- urn 10 Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Huffman, IL'S Virginia Huffman nnd Alvin .uflmnn. Jr., spent yesterday in cnesboro where Alvin Hiilfmaii us enrolled nl Jonesboro Bap- it college. Miss Virginia Hufiimm will •ave Monday for Clinton, Miss., here she Is lo allcnd Hlllinnn ollegc (his year. J. F. Tonipklns and son, Jim, nd dnughler, Miss Virginia, mot- red to Jonesboro yesterday where llss Virginia Tompklus enrolled t Jonesboro Bapltst college. Miss Annie Lou Bledsne of Al- iicimcr. Ark., Is Die houscRiipsl f Mrs. Eddie B. David. Everett B. Oec returned yes- erday Iroin Memphis where lie as teeit with Mrs. Oce and in- nnt son. Oliver Coppcdgu. who has be;n I St. Louis on business for several ays, will return home today. Dr. and Mrs. Paul b. Tiptoii have aken the Bob Barnes residtv.ce on Vcsl Ash street Miss Minnie- Matthew's, who Is In Memphis for several months, spent l:c tvcek-end nt home. George Matthew, Jr.. left Sun- ay lor Lawrence. Kaivsis. wlicr; .c will enler Kansis Unlvinlty foi its second year in college. Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Collier let! Monday for their home in Evnns- •Ille, Ind., aflcr several days vilh Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Collier. AT. Collier was formerly employed >y Ihc Courier News. Miss Marie Collier left Manilas or Evansville. Ind.. when- she wil iltend school this year while niak- ''•g her home wllh IHT brother, w. H. Collier, and Mrs. Collier. J. L. Thompson Jr.. ol M?mp!iif fprnl today here cnroute to Uex- 'er. Mo., before going to Illinois Inr i business trip. Mrs. Robert lam has reliirnrd 0 her home in U:troll. Mich., aflcr a two months visit here with her mother. Mrs. A. C. Gnblr. Mrs. J. \v. Solomon, who has been ill at her home on Division street, is now teller. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Snllb.i motored lo Cairo. 111., simdav l r .r a visit with relatives. Mrs. J. w. cochran. Mi*.-*, Katlicrinc Denlon and Pearl Wilk-s spent yesterday in Memphis Dry were accompanied by Slrlnc-y Harris who was enroule 10 lib lioine In West Point, Miss., alter a visit hore. . and family drove to Osceola. Aik., Sunday to visit relatives. Ti)o following left Sunday for fonesboro A. and M. college at Jonesboro, Ark.: Misses Jewell ls. Lorn, Katheiyn nnd Marie Long, Janice; Sjicer, Nornm Holt "lid Gladys Grimes. Braggadocio schools closed Friday lor a live weeks cotton nicking •acatlon. lirufff/adocio Austin Edwards, who has been at Campbell, Mo., visiting and con- ducllng a sludy course, returned lor a sliorl visit wllh his aunt. Mrs. A. Y. Huckuba, before returning to Ills home at Osceola. John Mc- Cutclien and Earl l'ort?r ilrovc Mr. Kdwanh lo lilylhtvllle to meet the bus for Osceola. Dr. John Lake, missionary to China, visited al the home ol Mr. imrt Mrs. Harry Davis for a few tuys of rest lx.'fore allemllng Ihe Y. M. A. house |i:iriy al C'aiulh- •rsvllle. Dr. i«ike Is the founder ind adviser of Die at Tul Kam, China. H hospital spoke" nl lie Baptist church here Insi Thursday night and gave much nterest- 'ng Information about China. Misses Ednn D.ivLs. Christine Gal- acher, Roberta Demon, Ruth Ury- 'a, Mildred Long and Maxlno Da- aul, Mlldrc-cl Bruce. Sylva liucka- vls atteniitd the Y. M. A. hoiise- ):irty at Canillirrsvllle. Mr. mid Mrs. A. Y. Huckaba and "niniiy. Mr. and .Mrs Fred Tcrral, Wrs, Harry Davis. an<l nnymond Sallaher attended Ihc Icclure on Clilna al ihe Ctiruther.svlll3 Bap- Ist church Friday night, given by Ur John Liikc and ,MLis Rlley. Mr. and Mrs. Y. Huckaba Mrs. Charles Lowrance jr., was hostess to Ihc Iwo tnljlc bridge club to which she belongs, cntcnalnlne al her homu at Driver Friday afternoon. Members present were Mes- damcs liraxton Uragg, Guy Bryanl, W. J. Driver Jr., D. K. Lancy, L. D. Masscy, James Dilver and C. B Driver, with Mrs. Charles cole- Kiicsl, the elgluh player. Hleh score prl?< was awarded Mri>. GGuy Bryanl. Mr. and Afrs. c. B. Driver had ns ihelr guests over ihe week-end Mrs. Driver's brother, Clyde nich- ard.s, and Mrs. Hlchurds of St Louis. Mrs. Charles Lowrance jr., ,•/! Driver und Mrs. J. II. Cralri oi j Wilson shopped in Memphis Sai- •irdny. Doyle Henderson of Blylhevlllc was » business ' Monday. Mr. and MIS. R. E. Lee "wil- n Jr., and (lidr Iwo sons, R'- E Lee Wilson III., and Frank, • have Hayti Society—Persona! rcliirnrd to ihelr horn* at Wilson atler » month .sjwul al Troutvllle Colo. H. E. Ltc Wilson III. will leave shortly to enter Yale university and Prank'will return to Alkeu .academy nt Aikon, S. c. Dr. Newton Janes of Little Rock Prof. UeWlu Laird of Florence' Miss.. Edwin W. Blul of Crossctl' Ark., and Miss Lamb of Memphis' mi-mbcrs o f the Clllztns school faculty, are in Osceoln for the school term. Miss Lnjiib is at home at Mrs. j. w. Eclrijigton's residence I'rof. Laird Is staying at Mrs. Ely Driver's home, and Dr. Jones ,,,,d Judge and Mrs. j. E. Duncan aid sons Charles Edgar and Sieving, niotorofl to Piiycltc, i\fo.. sun- dny. Charles E:lgnr nnd aierllni; eii- '.eml Cenlral colleee ul Payeitc. Mr. nml Mrs. Bailey Cnuipbfll and 'children, and Mr. and Mrs. lugh Brltton and childrsn spent Sunday In Steclc visiting Mr. and •Irs. Wylle Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Me tilery accompanied by Edgnr Burress motored o Memphis Friday evening nnd 'isiled wllh Mr. Ncliiery's brother, "ferbert Ncthery nnd family. They were accompanied hcinc by Mr. Jelhery's mother, Mrs. J. T. Nelhcry, who hnd been visiting Here. K. N. Brasher spent Sunday In Memphis visiting his wife, who is pal tent In Hi'.- Baptist hospital. Wllllmn Khourle, who is employed at sieele, spent Sunday here vls- llng his mother, Mrs. Wolf Khou- rlc. Mr. and Mrs. George Plupps :inve moved from Cnrulhersvlllc lo Ir.e Carl- Slsler home In lliis cfly. Miss Eunice Kvnns of Poplar Blulf was the guest of Miss Clau-" die Marshall last week, Misses Rovell a.:-! Lillian Loom- i» of St. Lo:ik arrlv^. 1 Saturday evening for a visll with their aunl and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Mrs. p. s. naveustcln ami clnugh- ler, Mary Catherine, shopped in Memphis Saturday. Warren Hemleram nltcr.dpd 13 business in Cairo. 111., Monday. Miss Lucille Johnson left Sunday (or Thiiyor. Mo., where sl.c is a member of Ihc faculty. Pete Slrielf. who Is cmplnyc-c; n! Barflcld by the government. S|»ei Monday here visHin K relatives. 'Sill Ncthery of Memphis, who has been here visiting his fntiicr, """ i returned horn;. iirday nlyiil from Boston, whcr; .... «. uifincviin!- 1 '^' llllv e been vhilinij Mr. and visitor in Osceola • • Mrs - R - a - Wilson Jr. Major nnd Mrs. I- 1 . P. Jacobs me closing Windovcr Terrace, llieir country home south of here this to go to Memphis for Tea- Mr. Bird are at Mrs. E. A ford's. Miss Carlton Tompkins left Monday morning r or Auburn. Ala where she will enter the Alabama 'olylcelMilc Imdtulc. Mr. :i)i(l Mrs. diaries Rcse imrl children relumed Momlny from Okla., whore they have :-- . . J il «'»- uinter, where their son, Fred, will be in school. Mr. and Mrs. To:n Layman spent Friday in-Memphis. They were accompanied by Mrs. R. A. Cartwright and small (laughter, Pearl, and John King. Dell and Vicinity Mrs. Dave Crnnforcl s|X?n'. last «cek visltlni; relatives In Memphis. M. F. Brou'iilee sr.. and daughter Louise, Miss Naomi Ntasers and -Miss Clementine Shepiinrd sv:rc among those to undergo lonsil op- cralions at the Blytheville hospital last week. Miss Mary Angcllne Henderson ft recently ; o enter school nt rolls Camp, Miss. MM. Johnson ol Canithersville, Mo., is visiting in Hie h om; <,; i !cr tlaugliler, ^^rs. Charles Armstrong. antt Mrs ' OUo ''"- 1 " l!>5t Wed » c «l»y I" -, ^ last Wednesday !„ Memphis en a combined business and p.'eas- iire trip. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston ^tC"'!,^^'ter Rose Mary; of ?, ' °" vvere dlnn «r Quests of ^' J" d ^', Wot> ^ S "<- J<ton lonner1 ' lras members, S. Caterings of Bassclt and McWhirlcr of Manila. S. C!. Locklrart of-eernioti. re- Miss Warrcune Broivnlee has as her houseguesr, tills week Miss Floy Potlcr of Polls Camp. Miss. Servicees at Osceola for John W. Jackson OECEOLA. Ark.—Ftmernl service* were rcndiictcd here Saturday al- Iciiicon for Jehu W. Jark.vaii. (i-j. "ho died at tils home near here jf llrighCs disease, after a loup IJiir^. I-'imcral services wcu 1 r(UHl-tct,^t by Hcv. E. K. Er-ivrll c,f .M.ui,;[i Md interment war, m.idn m Kr- i-rmclory. Mr. .1ack»on «,is 1 farmer living in and nc.ii O;- rcohi for a number of yi-a:>. Hr survivcil by 6ix dauirhtcr.s. Mis. I. B. Cook. Mrs. Ilurnrri iinylr;, nicl Miss Oi;iiia Jackson of oi;-,.. M«: Mrs. clay Wiley aiul MIF. Byron Robiu;on of Wilson n rs^Nocl Merklc of Lcpaii!o. Hospital Notes Patients admitted (o tl-.o Biythc- vilic hospital: George Williams, city; Mrs. Lee Duncan, city: M:ss Maude Alice Bc.islcy, Sl;e!c. Mo • Mrs. W. M. Goodwin. Route 1. -. •. Tl'.ose dismissed: Mis. JL-SS Ebcvdt and baby, Burdetlc; Miss R;;by Padgett, notisnd. Mo.. Mr. Cun- -nlngha'm, Lcachvllle.-- Head Courier Neus v/a.'it Adj Sweet Cream Hnttcr 25c Lb. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Q(. Delivered Phone 7.] Hutlennilk 15c «Jt. Go to Church Sundtiv been visiting Mrs. Hose's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. o. B. Townsend. Miss Bonnie Jean Driver lett Monday evening for Fulton Mo where she will attend school at' William Wood college J. T. coslon will go to Wynne, Wednesday to attend circuit court i Couiuy Judge Zal B. Harrison of i Blytheville held county court here Monday. HC was aL<o here for the' 4lB ,. lu 1Kff board which was^a'ttcnde'd'b^c" 0 " ! tl , M i SS ,, Mar !?°. Iil0 Armstron e cn- Evranl and L. L Ward otiirr i ° 1C Mclh <>d 1 s' hospital at both ol Blytheville A ! Memphis Ia5t »«<* ^ »n appendix 1 ' 'ODCiation. Her mother returned Uurrtay and reported Marguerite 'Ing well. wntly named receiver ror"ti"c"i--irs' ' K M ?' Alyss BIa " fccllsl iip a»d ba- Stale bank. Bank of Osc-ola Bnni : I ? Bl >' tllcville *« spending this of Monettc arm Bank of 'Leach- Hfl vl3l ""S ''tends and relatives ville, catnc to Osceola Saturday to lake over admlnlslralioti ol Ihe bank's affairs here. Morringe licenses were Issued I'crc over the week-end to the following couples: Dave Swindle nnd Miss Lois Miller, bolh of West Uirisr Emmett Edward Allen of West Ridge and Miss Dorothy Dell Davidson of Eiowah; John Edings an:i Miss Geneva Hallmark, bath of Etowah; Dr. G. B. Curry and Mr- Bess Gllchrisl, bolh of Sehrcr Tenn.; C. B. Richards of Basse;and Miss Doris Gladys Baker ci Osceola. Mrs. James R. Young and .Mlw ilia Yomij of west .Memphis vis- ail friends here Monday aller- noon. W. E. Hunt of Osceoln. ncco:n- 'nied by his brothers, G. P. Hum of Memphis and J. N. Hum of Luxora. .went to iVnsacola. Fin., Saturday on a nshing Irip. Tliev ?r l«cl to relurn Tuesday night. Mr.s. W. E. Hunt spent Sunday in Walls. Miss., with her mother Mrs. S. A. Hughcy. Mrs. J. L. Williams nnci Mrs H. L. Quiim. accompanied by Jlrs. IVillinnis' small |;randson, Lan Wil- Ivjins. of Liltle Keck, returned K.i:- Soda Jerkcrs Have Their Own Names for Fountain Favorites "Molly coddle"—or maybe "baby doll". If an order for your iavorllc drink sounds strange when echoed by a "car hop" or attendant to the man behind the foimlaln Its because soda ]erkers have a language all lliclr own. A chocolnie mill: is .1 "molly coddle" .at one Blytheville drug store and a "baby doll" at another. Water Is the same almost everywhere—81-82-83 or more, depending en the number of glasses. The same applies lo tlic familiar "coke" which starts off simply at one and increases to two. three and up with the number of orders. But there arc o(hers not so generally named. Root b;cr, lor instance, is "draw one" at one ioun- taln, while the same drink is "CB-S" (country boy special) when the car hop at another place "sounds oft". An orangeade is a "smiccze" and' again the same title is conferred on a limeade somewhere else »nd the phrase "one on the mill" takes care of the orangeade. Soinetiihes its the limeade that's "cut 'one'.; .jncl maybe It's "slice one!' at. another fountain. The origin of ir.osi of Ihe words In the scda jcrkcr's code Is fairly W E R T HE MAKES 'EM SEE Oltice Over Joe Isaac's Store SECOND HAND FURNITURE See Us First R. J. Dodson SOl-MJ K. iS«J» Read Courier News Want Ads. easily determined but sometimes they defy solution unless you ask the man behind the fountain. He can tell you w'.iy the car hop brings out a root beer Ice cream scda after calling for a "black cow". Hardesty Farm Miss Opal Hassell of Aimorel visited Mrs. Ary Stubbs on the ridge last week. Roy Ward of this place was the first io put this year's cotton on the market. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hardesty visited relatives at Caruthersville last week. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Aklns of Lepanto vlsibed Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Stubbs recently. Sclxwl closed last week for cotton picking. The new gin at Armorel is near completion and will to opened for custom ginning as well as for the cotton of R. E. L. Wtlsai. We noticed in the Courier where a man walked nude from Cotton- wood'Polnt to Barfield to'get a watermelon. Who wouldn't? ,.B. B. While sold his flrs't bad of cotton last week': He repo'rls 'lils crop far behind that of lasfyoa'r. Why all the fuss over poll tax recelpls, conlesls over election, etc.? Why couldn't we all me ivifti- out a receipt, and then let the slalc tax us SI for school funds? .We then could have no ballyhoo over illegal votes. Let the constables in each township . collect same, like road taxes. GEM THEATRE OSCEOLA, ARK. THURS-FRI-SKI'T. 8-9 The Inimitable Will Rogers Rj'injfs You 'Down To Earth' With A Thousand Laughs ! A Joyous Sequel To "They Had To See 1'uns" Admission—Ific and ;i5c : News and Sport Reel Read Courier News Want Ads. • While in Jr.Louis stop at Hotel CLflRlDG£ Never Driven NEW FORD EIGHT ON LOCUST AT 18th In keeping with the trend of the times and ropular price Coffee SHop &- Dininq Room Club Bfeakfast 35 T hotel Vdlues- We Announce d| reduction ini all deparlmenisj Garaqt ~- Service I arultke B€ST 75* DINNCP, IN ST. LOUIS When in Memphis stop at Hoiol C/ar/c/yc •fame rnanoqcmcnt 350 j ROOMS EACH WITH PRIVATE BATH & SHOWER CIRCULATING ICE WATER- from "I'VE owned automobiles for a good Jiiany years," writes a nrominent motorist, "but I've never driven a car like the New Ford Eight. "I had seen it on the road and heard people speak of it >is a great car. I expected something unusual, but I V'as wholly unprepared for such i-moollinesa and remarkable riding fonifort. "It's'simply unbelievable llic »vay . f.ifih't i glide* over-the road. It isti't only.that il is fa<l nnd quiet and cornfortaltlV, {nil iln-rc's a rhythm and a balance to it tli.-u [\ c never hail in any car. ' Never has an antoniohllo lirnnglit such cnthusiastie comtnsm frnin owners. Drive il yo«rsclf-«.|njay — j|ii(l let it tell you its ovn slnry. fOVRTK K ,V BOD}' T V P r - PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. /W? SEE ST.LOWS W/TH WHAT YOU SAVf ' I'honc 811 - SHI - 777

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