The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 8, 1938
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PAGE TW BLYTHEVILLB '(ARK,) COURIER NEWS Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Osceola Society •— Personal Frank Harper, Mrs. Ruth Iclhodists Htve :u!hless Meeting lion and son, Elbcrl. and Miss Eu "Ice Guthrle and Major Grinin. of Mi-s. D. Fred Taylor, jr., was Ihc Lake City. Ark,, spent, Sunday at cader of the program on the Al- Poplar Bluff as guests of Mr, iind crsgalc Commemoration study at Mrs. Chnrlcs Guthrle TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1938 Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs J. A Ltech havtof ehaptci "D" P. E. O. for luncheon meet- Ing at 1.00 o'clock Ladles' Bible Study of cliurch of Cluist meeting with Mrs. W. W. Austin at 2:35 p. -m. Mrs. W, J. \Viiriderlich entertaining the Wednesday Bridge club Mrs, N. B. Mcrtard hiving Ihc Thursday Bridge cluti. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mul-Weck Bridge club meeting with Mrs A B Fairfleld Mrs. O. W. Irfc6iitcli<m entertaining the Tliursdny Contract club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. P. C. Rothrock. Business Woman's Circle of First Baptist church meeting at church at fi 30 p m, U.:U. c. meeting with Mrs, J. W. Bader at 2130 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Literary department of,Woman's club iheejing-at club house at 2:30 p m Elated rtlEetin* of Hie O. E. a .and' Butch Eupper at 1:30 p.m. :it the hall •Elfmrood . Cemetery Association meC'inj at home ot Mrs J H Smart jr, 2;30 pm Dorcas Sunday school class of PirSl BapUit> church meeting at the church at 3 JO p m - -,« I I" II.M •>• T2VFNT." Brownie Pack of the Girl Scouts having a tea at the First Presbyterian • church from 2:00 to 4:00 io'clock. FLAPPER FANNY -cor* wwnr M*sc«V(cr,we. T M nCo y.5 TAT ar. Garttn Club Adopts Progtim, T<j clean up; BlythevlHo and to fxl out additional plants in Walk- t "' u . r „• r Bits of News Mostly Personal "Come aloft;; quietly, no\v." ' \ on jinlock '<!m Ibis mimitc, unless you wnntn add n^snult an' battery to mv murder clwccci" chairman, lias announced Winnie Virgil Turner that, Harry Forbus. The group was dis- wlll missed with tlie Lord's Prayer. speak nt tlil.5 meeting, and Die pageant- "SeVen Lamps Of Learn- Change tUcc of Parly be presentee!. Working f The party of the Golden Rule „- .. . with Mrs BlcVCrts ori—U\e_0rogi'feTfk Situday school clnss ol First Chrisof the otsanSu tal'nltfa fti^™ l » C8 * W U 'n . f °SfS" ng ,™ t ' "*"" « huftBrSinBh ***-«r^™ the city hall In addition to these' 'osentalives from the different a* Mrs. George R. Cullioun, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs, Kusseil Phillips, and family, will return to Nashville tomorrow where •she will undergo an operation sonic- time In the near future, she wilt be accompanied by Mrs. Phillip*, who will rcnuln with her until altar the operation. Mrs. M. It. Lanler has returned front a visit In senath, Mo., *h«rs she was the guest of tier daughters, Mrs. Wade Norrlu, and Mr. Norl% and Mrs. Raymond Jones, ' arid family, Htfmenia Adams and M, C. Stilts, of. CaruthersvJlle were guests ol Mtss Qrace Lanier Sunday; Ttors. c. A. Tante, of Charleston. MO., spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Qeorge W Barn ant. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Barham and Mrs, J. C Ellis, who will be her guests today Dr. ami Mrs. c. B. LUraford, Mrs Tom A. Little, and Miss Virgin! Little were lit Memphis yesterday to see Mr. IJUle, who Is 111 at the MethodUt hospital there, Mr. LUtii lit Btendily improving. Uttlo Kenneth Nunn, son o Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nunn. whs lias been ill at his Home /rent H abscessed ear, is much Improved to day. He was taken lo a speolalia in Memphis Sundny by Mr. ahc Mrs. Nunn, Mrs. Marvin Nunn and Maty Frances Nunn, . a, a, Bterhberg went t Little Rock today where she wl board meeting of the stnta training school for girls, To- he meeting of the Methodist Mls- icuary society Monday afternoon, (lie absence of the president, Irs. G, B, Sccraves. the meeting as led by Mrs. It, C. Moorchead. Twenty members were present. V. M. V. Meets Mrs. E. L. Cole, president,, as- isied by Mrs. W. B. Colbert, Mrs. V. H. Black\rood, Mrs. Cooper Driver, Mrs. J. T. WilBon, Mrs. W. T. Toole, Mrs. A, L. Boycc. and Wrj. Rajidclph Walker led tin iii- "Contlnu- been held at the liome of Mr. and a o chio pro eel, hfcT arc cxnectol socmtlons *hich Will be present: Mrs. A, R.'Wetenkamp, will be at to have a fir r aching innuence Mm Byrtm Mom from the junior- Mr and Mrs Rupert Crafton's at .. .. . ••*•*••"• o ••• ._ _..!_., iii .1. ^_i 1 inri AH.. HJT.,.,. Q >f\A r*V1ru*lr l^vilol\4 o\cr the city, the members -\\III continue to promote individual interest in flower gardening and in yards. As the first step in the cleanup campaign,-a, committee of Mrs, Samuel F. Norrls, Mrs. W. J. Pollard, and Loy Weich was appointed .io appear before the citycaim- cll tonight. At this time the cooperation of the council will be sought in the movement, v>nich xiill begin wilh a Cleart-up of the debris In Ihe business section In beginning an edu,fcahohAl campaign for a. clealier citj. Mis Harry W Haines was appoints to appear before a meeting of Ulc Parent Teacher 'associations' of tlie oily to ask cooperation In educai ing, the boys and;;girls alon^ this nigh school, Miss Alta Mae- 8:00 o'clock tonight, 'atlltiglon from central. Mrs. * ' * Wllsoil Henry from Lahgc, anil Mrs. W. J. R6g«i-s from Sudbiiry. * • » Ratsb PKrise It was voted to increase the inct at the liomc cf Mrs. C. M. pledge of the society ten per dent B\id< Monday afternoon. Other officers elected were Miss. Ellsc Moore, vice president, and OiiHrt Chooses Oflk'crs Mrs, Pi'cd Sallbn' \\'as chosen president of the St. Stephen's Episcopal Guild for 1938 when it over the arnount raised last year, .t the meeting of Hie Woman's Missionary socleIV ot the First Mrs. M. Williams, Secretary IVfetlio'dtst church Monday after- and treasurer, neon. « AlEO 1 of Philistines, and-Mrs; L. E, Old Save the news bulletin, following chairmen line J Louis Cherry was anpoint eti to confer with W. D. Mcclur kln, ; superintendent of the city'which [lie schools, as .to ether methods lo made their reports, be taken so as lo Interest the students in assisting lo improve (his condition here. As the next step after' a "clean- Mrs. A. O. Little reviewed Lloyd i\i trie business meeting, d Douglas' book "White Banners," over \Vhicli Mi*. Fret! Haniia pro- following which the hostess served sided, tftc gtxwp Voted 'to have all a dessert course. thB'nlnjJgs-imeet together at the i . —-' church oil the next- circle day. | MfS; EdWih Jimes l«rt the devotional, from the fourth chapter Missionary Union Meets Circle One received a golUen f*a Llll; *1CAV OVI^M nivcl ' 11 L1LUII- i , ., ,, . .up," the groun voted to beautify thenth as the monthly award for the city m eveiT other possible new "lumbers and Circle Four and way R, F Kirshner, president, Mill illc ticd tor llle Bolden trumpet negotiate with officials of the i which ls ll| e monthly attendance Rice-Stlx factory, concerning the award, al tli« tneUng of (lie Wo- landscaping of the property do- -nated for its use. Details will be worked out at a meeting next Monday -night concerning, the beautifies! ion of such unattractive spots as vised car lots and junk yards in the : cilv, and the entrances lead- man's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church Monday afternoon, at the church. Mrs. Ray Small led the devotional and Mrs. Jessie Reeder and the Rev. Alfred Carpenter offered prayers. Following the business meting, Following the bvislncss meeting, cake and coffee to the 57 members present. ing.into Blytheville. Much enthusiasm was shown in Hie. announcement thai Mrs, J. A. ILeech has purchased 100 watermelon color crape myrtle, which she. is donating lo the Garden I club. These are to be planted at 1 Elects OIHctrs various spots throughout the city' Mrs. ZaI B. Harrison was clcct- and at entrances to Blythevllle as ^ president of the Woman's Aux- Ine" beginning of what the club iharj of the First Presbyterian popes will msYc Bl>theville a church at n meeting of the Execu- ' crape myrtle" cit> A number of the Board' Monday at the church these plants will be placed at the She will succeed Mrs. c II Bab' eMrances lo "Walker park, others cock. advantageous. ,.irs. Oeorjc DillalHmly, who has . the ' fceel1 the schools — „„„,. lrlul ,,- uers expressed the hope that other organizations would purchase these plants which cost from 35 lo 50 Writs each and that If groups woi'l'J order some, some of these 1 ' weuld be gi«h to OT with Item An importent activity, in which the aid of every man. woman and shfld of Blytheville will be asked, rill be announced following next vceks meeting, at which time de- Uiled Dlans will te completed by Mr/ Cherry, who is in charge of this project. / « * « Will Observe Fcondcr's Day •tite 41st birthday of the Parent Teacher association will be ob- Esrved Wednesday, February 16 tthen all the Parent Teacher associations of the city will meet for a Fo.under's cV out..n unexpred tern,, Scout News Boys Girls .cresting devotional on ng In Prayer", meellng of the W. M. U. on Mr. and Mrs. Clcorgc W. Cook and children, Gcogc Wade ; aml Virginia, were called to Mabsn, Miss., lust week to attend (he I uncial ol Mr. Cook's brother. O. B. Ccok. After the funeral (hey went lo Northporl. Ala., ,-ind Gulf- pot, Miss., where they visited rel- ulive.s. A. M. Wicn, ivho has been in a very scrion:, condition at the Bly- Umvfllc lK(sj)ital. is Kstinif sotnc better ai this time, His daughter, Mrs. George Zicllcr. ol St. Louis, lias arrived to be will) him, J, M. Barnes, who is a patient in Flour ,.U^«di As Signal. . the Methodist hospital, Memphis, 1 BUTTE CITY, Cal. IUP>—Durliij; po'i'sonhfg. treaf "" ? " t ' f01 ' l "' Cmic northern 'fcalifornla fibous flour I was used for signaling; uirplanes.. . i One farmer marked oul the word ,„ lerSOttUlS I "BOAT" on the lop of his barn / .. j with flour. After help had arrived The Central Parent Teacher As- lie added the word "O. K." socialion met at the high school Friday with Miss Irene Barnwell teaching the study hook, "Our Homes." At the business session flic women discussed equipltig a chool bed for the children who | night become 111 during school esslons. al the monthly Mre Bcl)( , King ]ms roU|mcrt {o Monday afternoon .1 the 1 ^° £ ™'^ £C '^ ;mirch. Reports of all auxiliaries and standing committees were heard. Announcement of the quarterly meeting of the Mississippi County -., (| ,, W. M. U. • scheduled to meet in ,''„' ' Frame, and other relatives. Tlicrmnn Bolde'n has been admitted to the St. Prances hospital In GUI* Glrawlcaii. i"l Mis. ilomer Mounls dlytheville on February 16 was nmcle. An all-day study class in which the 1D38 Year Book will be taught by Mrs. R. H. Jones is sel (or February 23. Han Bridge Luncheon Twelve players were guests ot Mrs. Elliot, Savtain al a bridge luncheon In licv home on Monday. , . .__ F The Valentine motif Was used in daughter of Mr. aiul Mrs. C, P. lha . table decorations and tallies. Howard, has opened a new beauty highest honors Were made by Mrs. , sn °P In the overturf building. PaUl Driver. Second prize went to Tlie following officers of the local Mrs.- Carroll Wood of Blytheville. chapter of the I. o. O. F. were and Mrs. Champ Klmberlin ot installed by Charlie Pritchard, dls- JonesbOro, sister of Mrs. Sartain, trict deputy grand master. In the business trip to Detroit. Mich." Mr. and Mrs. s. E. Shorrod. of Eclls, Term., spent last weekend hern as guest of Mrs. Sherrod's pa- roils, Mr. and Mrs. j. F. Edwards. Casey and J. F. Ediviirds spent Monday in Trenton, Twin., on Mrs. Cliarllne Howard Lewis, was given low score award. A demonstration of the most Interesting parts of the Tenderfoot test and the second class test will be presented by troop seven of the Girl Scout* at the First Presbyterian church tonight at 7:33 o'clock. Parents and others who are In- tcreslc.1 In scouting arc Invited to attend this open meeting, it. was announced today. morrow she will be present at the. bonrd meeting of the Arkansas.' Fcdcrnticn- of Women's clubs. Miss Helen Hughes is ill from InfU'enza al her home on Rose street. , . . ' •' Farrlc McCalla attended to busi- IIC*H In Memphis Monday,: J. .C.. Thurmond returned to 'his home in HopKlnsville, tiy. r Sunday after ft two weeks visit with, his grandson, J. P. Holland, and Mrs. Holland. Mrs: Bernard Allen left Sunday for Little Rock where she will visit relatives. She plans to ,be gone Uvo weeks. Floyd \Vhile returned this Morning from, St. Louis where he had been doing spring buying for the 1 Wnllcvanoe shop. '„ ,, Mrs. ftyntar' C'. Sims speht Monday in Memphis. « Mrs.-'Floyd A. White 'was''; in 3iinriay where she vis-* ited relatives. Mm. Walter Rosentlial left tlib morning for St. Louis to do spring buying for the Ne\v York Store. . i Mrs. N. F. KniglH has returned from a visit with her daughter. Mis,. M. E. iWcsl jr.. and family of Memphis. She was accompanied home by Mrs. West, who will remain for n .visit. Mrs. Ben Slgrnan, of Holly Eurings-. Miss., Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Sam Landrum Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. C W. Afllick are in Memphis torlix meeting held last week at the hall: Russell Frankes, noble grand; Car- Among the Memphis visitors " ;U : Dillender, vice grand; C. V. yesterday were Mr. mid Mrs. E. A. Wells . secretary and John Morgan, Tcaford and Mrs. Bob Cromer. treasurer. 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Bryan were Mr ' an<J Ml ' 4 "- sillls Michie ™ d guests 'of Mrs. Bryan's brother <lau §> 1 'e r . Mary Anna, and Mr. '-•- • ' Newbcrry Johnson left Lawrence pillai'd and family, in -'.iford, Mississippi, Sunday.' Mr. and Mrs. Dltlard are the parents of twin girls born this month. The condition of Mrs. W. R. Dyess, who has been critically ill in the Baplisl Hospital in Memphis for the past teli days, is un- .mprovcfl today. Close relatives -re in attendance at Hie hospital. Charles Moorchead of Paragould .jpaht the weekend here with his At the Hospitals Girl'r Intuition Traps Thir.r DALLAS, Tex. (UP)—Rosie Jordan decided a man shouldn't threw away a purse, even though it was empty. She called the police and they arrested an ex-convict for picking the pocket of Hurt Horton. NERVOUS? Bill Simmons Underwent a ton- E'.lectciniy today at Hie Blythevllle I'ospltal. MlS. Willie HllgUCS was admit- Do you [ t cl »o nervous you want to Bcrearal ted to the BlylhcVltlc hospital for *' e >•«" "»» «•"> iTrtiiblcl Do you scold , . . Inwc dearest lo yt>U( treatment, ; Itvom n el v»»roon tiijjo, try LYDU E. C. E Gilllland. of Dell is n'PINKHAM-S VBOfiTAuCK COMPOUND. patient at the Memphis Method- | tt j^t^g^S,*™**^ 1st Hospital. I itmlkcr ftoir lo go "smlline Uiroush" irith Mrs. Colcmall Smith. Of Reiser t-ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. H was taken to (he Memphis.Bap- feWtt^iStt^TJXiufi: orders which women must endure. Make a note NOW to got » liottlc ot wotld heud. ma with his parents. Rev. and Mrs.'- B. C. Moorc- It is estimated that and Mrs. Sunday for a vacation in Fort Myers, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will remain for an indefinite time., while Mr. and Mrs. Michie will return in two weeks. Mrs. Belle King, who has been Ihc guest of her sister, Mrs. John Frame, and other:relatives. has returned to her home in Asheville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. G'win Goodman, of Detroit. Mich., have been the guests of Mr. aim Mrs. Roy Marshall for past week. rs. Leila Hudson left Sunday for S(. Louis, where she will make her I home. I Mrs. Joe Russell has returned from pelroil, Midi., where she was H. C. Harris, teacher of social cioncc in tlie high school, eiiter- ained tho ylrls and hoys basket- i teams with a theater parly | rlmi-Edny night. After the show hey were guests in the home of Hisses Irene Barnwell and Helen Shaw. Games were played and re- "rcshmcnla served. Mr. Harris left r riday to take up his duties as teacher in south Arkansas. Royline Fcn:-.e;I entertained h'f- .ecn of her little, friends In her ionic Saturday .in honor of her thirteenth birthday. The children enjoyed games led by Miss Irene Barnwell. Miss Helen Shaw told a story. The pink and while motif WHS carried out in the dining room where a huge birthday cake with candles centered (lie table. Mrs. Fenncll served a salad plate to 'he guests, and all enjoyed cutting the cake. Guests included. Harvey jr. and Harold Rhea Gray, Billy Tom Franks, Jimmie Reed Tankersley, James Overtoil, Kenneth Cos, Lorene and Jean Kini- brough, Margaret, Holland, Elsie Tarnlcy, lola 1 Bell Hatzcll, Ernest 2nd Ernestine Raney. * * ' * Miss Doris Mertz of Tulsa. Okla., is visiting in the home of Mrs. Noah Passmore. Mrs. W. H. HoVell of Beaumont, "e.xas., is visiting in the home of er cousin, Mrs. J. J. Hale. Bobby Holland, who has been a laticnt in the Crippled Children's loine anft Hospital School for the >ast nine months, returned home "'ridgy, from Memphis, fie was a<f- ompiuiicd by his mother, Mrs. A. .. Holland, Mrs. Harvey Gray, and Uiss Helen Shaw. Ernie Phillips, .son of Mr. and VIrs. Rosco Phillips wns returned lome today from (he Dyess iios- Jital. where he underwent a major iperatioii'. Mrs. F. c. Faust, mother of »Irs. E. S. Dudley, who has been ;eriously ill of pneumonia in tier home in Little Rock, is convalcsc- ng in the Dudley home here. Miss Clare Perlcfull. teacher 01 •he third grade in the Center chool underwent a tonsilcctonv it the Dyess hospital Friday. ship powerful chough to leave (lie ibe guest of her. mother. Mrs. Ed ^ravltalional Held' of the '. carp. Cricc." ahd reiuiii, would cost $100,-j Mrs. J. n. Workman and family V? 0 ;^ 0 - arc with Mrs. Workman's father, HERE'S WHAT COLD CATCHER! SHOULD list Ijospital yesterday. . Arrangements for this 'meeting are in charge of the city council of which Mrs. Zal B. Harrison president. .,, Mrs Ross Stevens, as program jr. nn. Other officers were elected last year for a two year term. * » * take Street Sociily Mtcls Mrs. George Dysingei presided' at the business session of (he Wo'' n\arf Misionary Society of the i Lake Street Methodist church' when 20 -meinbers met «i the church Monday aftsrhoon. Mrs. Alvin Reagan led the devotional and prayers were offered by . Mrs. Frank Swccl and Mrs. checks COLDS and FEVER first day Headache, 30 minutes. 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Pick-up Truek .................. 5:^5 1935 Chcvrolel 13t ill. Wheclbasc Truck ...... $2!)a 1936 Cheyrolcl 131 in. whcclhasc Truck ...... S3ii5 Many Others lo Choose From Easy G.M.A.C. Payment Plan TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET GO, Phiiiic 1,33 WHATAREUEF! THAT'S CERTAINLY GREAT FOR A HEAD COS.D 1 -BEST OF ALL. MR.OEAN,IT HELPS PREVENT A LOT OF COLDS !F YOU USE IT IN TIME! rpms specialized mcdicn- 1 tion—VicksVa-tro-noi— J5 expressly designed Tor the nose and upper throat, '.vherc most cokis begin—and grow. Used in time—iit the first sneeze or sniffle or irritation in tbc nose—it helps to /irc- reii! many colds, or to throw' ofThead coMs in their early stages, liven when your head is all clogged up from ;i coU, Va-tro-nol brings comforting relief—Ids you brwiifte again! VlCKS VA-TRO-NOL K'crfi il Itar.J} ...Use il K*rb MOD] The First Step in Home Modernization In bringing the home up-to-date one of the first steps is to replace old-fashioned plumbing with new, Many houses do not have sufficient water facilities. Have your plumber or architect plan these improvements so your water system will render you more and better service. CoiHleous, Personal Attention to Every Customer Phone 80 '15 'CHARI>-. .Selccls Mrs. C, F. Michael Exclusive Distributor We ore glad lo announce (lie appointment of Mrs. C. F. Michael as exclusive 'distributor lor chart's and Siva vis foundations and Charis Homo Coreclry in Mireissip-)] County. T'> sup piemen I lie,splendid, natural mialili- Callons. Mrs. Michael Has received Ihoroiigh training in modern figure analysis. ll<>iire improvement and fiUinj. she bring?. yen a complete home cor- sclry service which is not available anywhere else. \lany women In Urn territory are already familiar iviih i|ic .superior tmnuliilion garmenU Mrs. Michael represent*. Charis. through ils iiuientcd. arjjuslatje design, offers liie mature figure an un- cqualod combination of Elylc and comfort. S\vavis, tlie acme of luxury ,il modest prices, is the favorite controlling garment of the younger set. Pleaa: call Mrs. Michael, no mallei what, your special requirement;; may be, Her knowledge and training are available, (rttf of thargc, al a moment's notice, You m.-xy reach hrr at M05 W. ASH ST. HUTHKVILLK CUAtttS. UOKI'U.K.VL'IUN AI,U;NTO\VN, PA.' GET YOUR SLICE OF pavings FENNEY'S DOLL A R DAYS Set Thursday's Paper For Full Details :•,-. Everj'thing for your enter lainment : and comfort. Admission Matinee lOe & 2flc Admission Night J6c i 3Gc \ TOHifiHT I O C IV Als» selected shorls ou iVIaiiiiep 10c and Adininnion Night IGc & Me . - Thars. WELCOIYIETOTHE OReHIOWOM -THE GAYEST SPOT ON. EARTH! UICKPOWELL i ROSEMARY LANE -HUGH HERBERT 'itOUEUA PARSONS 4.BENNY GOODMAN >?1".: • .AND' Vm SWING BAND HOTEL so rararr.ount News ,fc Comedy Ailmisaion Matinee ICc & 26o Atlniission Night I6c i 36c C'Cniinj Soon: . .:•;:•. TUB HURKIUANE H.H'rv LAN6ING FIGHT TOR VOliK LADY Tin; KUCCANI'.EK HAFI'l* LANDING ' Admbsfon Alwajs 10c & Z60 Show CTcry night. Matinees Vri- ttay, Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees slMl «!»»', p.m. Saturday Co.itlnnous showiiig from 1 to lU.iO p.m. Niglil shows st-irt 6:45 p.m. Tue.-Wed.-Thur. 1 Adults Admitted for Trice ot 1 'Blondes at Work 1 vrilh Glenrht' Pnrrcll & Bar- Also ; selected MiurlsV

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