The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1948 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 28, 1948
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! 4461 Wedding Plans Announced 'BjyMks Mary £. Bujarski -•Mi« tUr Wt Honor. Graduate r.'Mte tfary Maafcfth Bujarski, 4M<bUr of Mr. and Mr* Paul R. Cjanki of Uttk Rock, today made M^n >l«&i for her nurriage to J. Ifcautf. Robert!, .on of Mr. Vand . In. Dick Boberti ot thi. dtj. i.Tlw maddinf will b* aolemnized f nuptial-niiiu. Thursday, June 10, I Ot. Xdwird'a : Catholic Church, Ilk the 'brM*-*leefi'' brother, Ihe i lev! Paul R. Bujarski of Blytheville, •JfioaUnf. J; Nuptial .music »ill be presented IfSuter Mary Mildred, organist, AJ C. Buttor, 'violinist, Mtes Jo Aim ifewby aiid Carl Green, vocalist*. ,:.The bride, who will be given In iiarrUg* by. her .father, wjll have •her coujiin, Misi Betty Ruth Bu- Mraki, u maid of honor and as •^Itf4anaj"ds Uisc Betty I^ou Pozzn ifa>; Dolores Ann Krah and ML« jp*Tt 'Ann Jolnas of St. Louis, •puairi 'ffol th« bridegroom-elect, jaraljrn Ferrlii, cousin of the brldt- fceEl; and Anne Roberts of Tusca- foo*»,: Ala',, .cousin ol'lhe. bride-" tj-opoi-eiect.vwill be flower' girls. Jllckie : Robert*, the bridegroom- eject'* brother will serve >i ring- bearer. Edward Bujarski, brother of the «»icr naie jr., son 01 Mr. ann , • •« • bride-elect, will 'be best man. and I Mrs. Lester Hale, has been sel- x-cj pi i- /-I it groomsmen Include Tom Haslett ot as the honor student at the Wilson I nebCan LlaSS Meets Meraphi*, Dick Greenwell of Ely- High School. Commencement ex- VJ/.'iL M D \tl 1 thevllle and Ramon Bujarski, an-j ercises will be held tonight al « w j ln " lrs - K - Weedman other brother of Miss Btijarskt. -i o'clock. Th« wedding will be followed by a reception in the Mirror Room of Informal Dance Honors Junior High Graduates Jamen Phillips, Ben Young, Arthur Don Stiodgrass, Dan Wallace. ,Sandra Lunsford, Fat'McGregor and Sue Stanfield were hosts and hostesses last night when they entertained '90 members of the eighth grade graduating class with mi Informal dance at the Woman's Club., — The clubhouse was decorated with i Po|) " l * r Bluff, Mo., will spend the crepe paper streamers and paper J^keiid "ere »•' Huesls of Mr. and Hale Jr., son of Mr. Bits of News Mrs. Belle Wood has as her house- Siicst for several days licr sister- in-law, Mrs. Frank Moffatt of Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs. Lawrence Kiljore of Tuka, Okla., «n<j her niece. Miss Jean Bnilcy of Dexter. Mt>.. nre the guests of Mrs. Kllgorrti sister, Mrs. Hcr- rnnii Hoffman and Mr. Hoffman. Mr. and MM. John Miller and Mr. mid Mrs. F. J. Dlcus, all of balloons which were placed around the room. .Ivy w»s placed over boll! of Hie arches. Bouquets of h.vrtrari- gcus and greeiiery were arranged throughout the ballroom. Tlie table from which assorted parly foods were served, was covered with a white llntp cloth and centered with * low crystal bowl filled with mixed Summer flowers In various shades. Chapeioncs for the affair were Colonel and Mrs. Wendell Phillips, Mr. and ?<Ii s . otho . SUnflelrt, Mrs. J. D. Lunsforcl. and Mr. and Mrs. Speck McGregor. Guests attending Included Mrs. Smirfertoii, who Is a Junior teacher, and Mrs. B. A. Bugs, who conducted party gimes during the evening. th« Albert Rock. Pike Hotel in Litlle Club Members Honored With Luncheon Party Informal Tea Is Given By Girl Scout Troop Six Members of Troop Six of the Langn Girl Scouts had a tea yesterday afternoon at the Woman's >.-,, • .Club from 4 to 6 o'clock honoring irold Henson was hostess, members of tne lroo ' p g who ore Mrs, J. C. Drok The Phebean Sunday School Class ot the First Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. Robert Weedman fo" a "Backward Party" and brief business meeting. Co-hostesses were Mrs. U A. Daughtery. Mrs. Victor Stll- well and Mrs. Tom Mabry. There were 29 members present. Mrs. Kclton Francis gave the de- Mrs. Mark Stewart. Ben Kenneth Young is con/incd lo his home Mill a serious eye injury. He has been 111 for the past three days. Fred Pipkin of St.' Louis.' Mo Is wending two werks here as guest of tils mother. 'Mrs. A. J. Plpit| t) He will be accompanied home bv htfi brother, Edward Lee, who will spend the Summer In St. Louis. Charms Lcijgctt. who attends the University of Mississippi. Oxford has arrived home to spend the Summer months here with his mother, Mrs. w. C. Lcggett. Miss Betty Jean Fleeman has ar- rlved home to spend the Summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E c Flceman In Manila. Miss Fleeman FRIDAY, MAY M.lMi Wilson School to Have doting fxertite* Tonight Closing exercises for the Wll»on Hlfih School will be held tonigni at 8 p.m. In the high school auditorium, c. L. Bird .superintendent announced today. The members .of the ^radiiatlntf cla-ss will provide the program, a panel discussion of "Our School and (he Community," which Is an Interpretation of the school and its place in the community. Diplomas will be presented by J. E. Grain, member of the school board. Lester Hale, Jr., Is honor ft'.udent of ihe senior class. Other r.udenUf who will be presented special awards at Ihe commencement to- ntglil are Martha Tucker, senior, who will be awarded the D. A. R. Junior High Graduates Receive Diplomas, Also "Rules for Living Arthur 8. Karrlwn, Biyth*vlll* attorney, wu th« principal tpeaker at the graduation exercise* for Its members of the eighth grade claw of Blythevill* Junior High School yesterday afternoon in th« high school gymnasium. • Mr. Harrison's subject was: "you "Mast." He named Jour rules an individual should apply lo himself to to Improve hU part jn life. He »aid "anyone and everyone should like an active part j n |jf e to be a success anri to have the courage to face problems." ' He Jaid the first rule that on« should observe in "work." A person should devote part of his or her time to work, not to several small go to eighth grader, Joanne Cullom; Winfred Proffitt, senior, will be presented award as the best boy athlete; anri Laverne Vaughn senior, will win the athletic award for girls. Informal Afternoon Tea To Honor Mrs. C. W. Pugh OSCEOLA* Ark., May 28. — Mrs. Louis George will entertain 115 SiicsU at her home this afternoon with an informal lea from four to .. - -• .-"<.., ^.cc.naii six complimenting her sister, Mrs. attended Stephens College, Coluni- f Clifford William Pugh, a recent bride bla, Missouri. ! who will mnke her home Here Mr. and Mrs. Matt Moiinghan Jr and family have as their guests, Mr MoiiHf-han's psrenls, Mr. and Mrs! Matt Monaghan sr. of Memphis :-nd Mrs. Monaghan's sister, Mrs. L! P. Chatham of Louisville, Ky. Mr and Mrs. Monaghan Sr.,'will visit over the weekend 'and Mrs. Chatham will spend a week here. The second rule he said one must ob.wive is that of "pleasure". Mr. Harrison said, that « person, should have a hobby or a sport to develop sound bodies as well as minds. He chuse lor the third rule, "love". A person s.'iouM have * part in his life saved for love. One should love both relations and friends and that love should not &e put oil until it is too late to make the person realize his or her feel- inn toward them. Chweh Eaaphul«ed The fourth and lul rule he »lated »'a* to Uke time in his life for "the church" and the things the church stands for. H* aald church work «ive» people the ability to carry on in ills or her task, no matter what the circumstances. The processional "Triumphal March" by Verdi wa* played by Mrs. R. A. Berryman and the invocation and benediction waj given by the Rev. lister Slrubhar, pastor of Che First Christian Church. The Junior High Glee Club under the dlrecton of Mrs. Lanier Reid and Mrs. R. A. Berryman as accompanist, sang "Come To Th« rail" and "Poem To Summer". Superintendent w. B. Nicholson presented the award to Bobby Os- boine, the Woman's Club math medal. Betsy Bell, Woman'* Club English medal and th« Lions Club science medal. Granvill« Cooley was presented with the Legionnaire's medal. W. P. Pryor assisted by A. E. Caldwell, principal, presented the diplomas and gave certificates to the 19 students who had maintained a perfect attendance during their two )i.W« in junior high school. At Hie Hospitals Walk Hottital Dismissed: Mrs. J. K. Beasley, citf. Barbara child, city. Derwood Harris, cHy. Delphi* Shurbert, Steele, Wta. - Read Courier Newi Want Ad*. j NOW! lot FOUNTAINS ! Everywhere! We the Women Red, baby breath and white , Formula for success as a wife bv gypsophlia, placed between while a New York woman who recently tapers in silver holders will center celebrated her 75th wedding an- thc linen draped refreshment table.J niversary: "Just keep your mouth Miss. Eva George of Luxora and . sliut." a the guest - V Osceola Newt The Hw. H. J. Couclmiftn, pastor - 1 —«.-5WS S"E^ >< - - M-S'ScKt dore Logan. 'I 1 ** becn 5? nn '*d to his home for 1 HoIt a " d , laid with a lace cloth and centered ' with an attractive arrangement of I •weetpeas and roses In a low crystal 1 bowl. " . '. | '• Following the luncheon.' rook i games were played nnd prizes were I won by Mrs. Hcnson, high, Mrs. I Haskell Blankenship, second and Mrs. Dale Horn, rooko. Bouquets of. •mixed Summer flowers were arranged throughout. the home for the occasion. ' \ ••,.*-• Pot-Luck Supper Held By Pathfinders Class The Pathfinders class of the Brst Methodist, Church met In the toclal rooms of the church last night tor j a pot luck supper al 7:301 o.'clock;^ Forty ,-aeven members two'*M»ls, Mrs. Bernard Sa «on WJfMi?, pora M. Hall of Mcm- ""?. James Howell was In --,.-.- « In the eve'hiug. Tlie .long tables at which the aupper was served biif/et style, were covered with white cloths and centered with novel arrangement* of rosea and sweetpeas In a crystal bowl. Hostesses for the occasion were v«*juj"--i:i! u Mrs. W. L. Crafton, Mrs. James' representing the Nebhut, Mrs. Oeorge Wlggs. Mrs.' Company here. Alfred Williams, Mrs. stewnrt Prei- ' The Iwclvo man Mrs. Clint Caldwell and Mrs. Howell. ivd - v ' ""- I The table from which assorted 1 party loods nnd punch were served. ] wns overlaid with a white luce | cloth and centered with nn attrac- i live arrangement of mixed swcet- } pens and larkspur In a low crystal ' bowl, flunked by green tuners burning in crystal condelfibrfl. f v... e ., ,...., m,.,, 1-n.n vnjuiifiu Ann Seny, Ruth Johnson and Sue wc !' e hostesses yesterday when they Following the meeting, refreshments of Ice cream and cookies were , served during the socla) hour. | Mixed Spring flowers were used I lo decorate tli,e home. Informal Party Is Given Honoring Mrs. Kirksey thc 10 days clue to Illness, is Mo -- Blythcville, Luxora and Joiner. nmrriage -experts are always Social Meeting Is Held By Demonstration Club Mrs. Mark George and Stewart? Mrs. Renee Mrs.' Fred Cnllihan Jobe presided over the punch"bowi e»'"<alncd with an Informal af- Pinno selections and .vocal solos] ternoon parl i' at Mrs - Stewart's nollle ' honoring Mrs. Hoy Klrksey, , tlllr d grade teacher at Sudbury much improved. ' I Mrs. R. L. Gillesple left today to attend the closing exercises of Western Military Academy at Alton 111 where her son. Snow Wilson III. is, a student. She was accomnanied'by ,,, A ™ orcl Home Demonstration aoont. a woman's minor aches and her mother. Mrs. .1. Lan Williams. , Club met last nl»ht in the .school ' pains. Yet most women think It Is Mrs. Htith Swanson. mother of cafeteria for their social meeting a husband's duty to listen svmoath- wit), 25 members attending:. Ho.i- ' etlcally to ail such cfciplaints. were Mrs. Jack Adkinson, It's a r«r^ *«*.« in^ Aa ^ _.i_. husbands don't. There probably Isn't a man alive who wouldn't rather have his wife work out her own problems than discuss them with him. Taboo Subject! Nor do men want to hear all about a woman's minor aches and u . ,.. , T 1111,111, a , t vi ra , rtniaa , ,. — White and son, Roy, Mr?. Evelyn ] of the evenl "K- Lone Troop Association, were .... sent^rt gifts by (he troop members. Mrs. Coady Eaton Is troop leader Prewltt and Mrs. E. A. Hook were nmong those who attended the fu- i and! B " d shc wns nssisl ed by her rtnugh- :ndcr-! tcr ' MRry Jo Ei>lon »i)«l June Stlres. Mem-j ' .' Al Fresco Parly Given .»«»».-,•,•"""« npweu was In r , .. ., X u1 ' 1 - 11 charge « the, games played during. Dy.iVlr., Mrs. GarnDDell the eveniiiB. i • ' were given throughout the afternoon by members of the troop. • ! The guests of honor and Mrs. I ., Glenn Ladd who Is nresldrnt nf HIP rs ' Kirksey was presented a- , , " "","". """-""-" ""= '"' -..-~ president, ot ene p , nce scltlng of slx ln her Cmna i neral .services, of Paul R. Kelly In pattern by the motliefs. j Memphis yesterday. Mr. Kelly died Attractive arrangements of early; suddenly at his home in Hughes Summer flowers were used in the'"'" 1 J ~" home. Mrs. Claud Lloyd, is a patient in the McLemore Clinic In Memphis. Her lcsscs condition Is Improved. The Rev. L. R. still and Ralph Stephcnson spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigp, Mr, apd ""j ~~.." i... t *, t j.i R me tuunca | men, oeing numan, don't care to Mrs. L. W. Williams, Mrs. Rinda an[i Contests during the remainder, have their mistakes referred to or »r-j. t..._, . of tne evenlnir. . f ti. A i.- >v^ n _i i __ . —. v.. .,^. t „,,.,. unm JIUIS.IIISOH. | us a rare man Indeed who en- Mre. HL. Adkinson and Miss Mary j joys hearing his wife run down B^n^i?, SOn '.i . , , (other women. Yet husbands have following the pot luck supper, j to put up with a lot of such chat- a social hour was held with Miss' ter. Gertrude Bond directing lh e games | Men. being human, don't care, to Guests other eluded Mrs. R Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell 1 were hcst nnd hostess at (Iiei r home ' on Main Street Tuesday night, with an al fresco party honoring employes of Miss Whitsitt's Shop the Vogue Shop and Miss Aline Campbell of Dallas. Tex., who Is Gossard Corset The dining room table at which ..... ,.,*,,,I- yucj-ui aiitnamg were tile RueM* were sealed, held a served barbecue chicken nnd other! I'.mcheon sst -and was centered refreshments with iced drinks on'with a low crystal bowl filled with guests attending were Wednesday. ...... ,: Jo hn p. Henley of Forrest City .- Relreslinien'tafbf Iced drinks and v w! " be.'the-gucst Sunday oM«r. and assorted party foods wfre served Mrs - R - L - Maxwell;nnd 'iaiighteV, by the hostesses. Mls! * Glynda Maria Maxwell.' Miss Jeanette Simpson attended the Thorton-F-rancis wedding in Pine Bluff last week. Mrs. Francis was a former classmate of Miss Simpson when they attended the University ot Arkansas. Mrs. A .F. Barham left yesterday where her son. Frank, Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Byron Morse Mrs. Harry Klrby and Mrs. P. J., Poe were guests yesterday when.| f| i their shortcomings gone over. But than members in-: many wives can't resist bringing E. Weir and C. K. I these up now and then It's a safe bet no woman ever got into trouble from talking too little to her husband.. But many a woman keeps her husband antagonized »nd annoyed by talking t»o much. • v ' • Tuberculosis Board Directors to Meet • '; Tlie executive board of the Mis-' tlppippi County Tuberculosis Association will meet Monday at 12 noon, Mrs. C, G. Redman, executive secretary'said today. The meeting will b/! conducted in (he Tuberculosis office in the Court House!" their regular meeting-, the Her, Curtis Downs said today..' • Lunch will be served to those attending by tne women of the church. Last of Trapped Miners Found Dead in Cave-In SCRANTON, Pa.. May M.— (UP) — Tht lust of three miners trapped 200 feet underground by a rockfall was brought out dead by weary rescue workers early today. The body of Anthony Breiak 34 Pittston, was found crushed beneath tons of rock, and coal by the volunteer workers who dug frantically for more than M hours in a futile effort to reach him alive. Brezak died beneath a »econd rockfall last night without learning that his two compaziions, William Ambrose, 53, Avoca, and Julius Pitarra. 27, Duryear, were killed in ..untinuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN » a.m. 12:45 p.m. < :M Last Time Today Sleep, My Love with Claudette Colbert and Don Ameche Paramount Newi and Short Continuous Sho»inr Every D»y , , the tave-in whi=h them Wednesday. first engulfed Sea ice becomes fresh at the end of the summer It The salt melti down into tht water again. Read Courier News Want Adi. THIS JAR CAP WORTH25<r CASH THIS t AKAZtNf Saturday Serial -Tex Granter" N«. t * Short Continuous showing SatartUr Sunday and Mond*y ?~#H"r $»-"--ra 'irirj.t/;;* ttioir tow WIDOW <?F IMBJORIf MAIN ^ mmcmt Paramount Newi; AIM Short* Cant Showing Sunday 1:3* t* 11:0* Mrs. Byron Morse entertained ( members of the Thursday Luncheon Club at her home. Is attending school. He will' accompany her home next week for the Summer. ' Alliance to Meet The Mississippi Alliance will meet at the New Bethel Bapiist Church Monday al 11 a. m. for Monthly Social Held By Calvary Dorcas Class jthe large lawn of the I Mrs. Aiken Enlertains Club Members, Guests Mrs. Darrell Lunsford was hostess last night at her home to R A members of the Dorcas Sunday school class of calvary Baptist Church and four new members, with their monthly social and business meeting. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove presided jib'-! vn ,, 1.1 .A. '.:~^ over the short business meeting and ; «~oiid iJl, »lso gave the opening prayer Mrs 1 se -™ a "'$"• Le^nd Hodge gave fta SeSto.S I ..^ff'* ° f "P""''»'»"«» ™* Following the business mcetin<- • f C >Cn 'I ttcvc ar ™»eed throueh- a social hour was held with Mrs.' i '"'i"' 0 , ho " lc ' me Hostess served parly toorls Hazel Ay cock in charge of the games. Mrs. Lunsford dismissed the meeting with prayer. The hostess served refreshments. Monthly Meeting Held '. By Winners S. S. Class sweetpeas in vivirt shades. Following,- the luncheon, bridge Barnes were played and prize. 1 ; were won by Mrs. c. W. Afflick, high and _ Mrs. J. A. L:e:h, second. Mrs. Charles McDaniels"and Mrs The llonle was decorated lor thc . A. Copclatid were euc4U list occ " 5ion w 'lh boiiqiiet* of early night when Mr.s. H. R. Aiken enter- 1 Sllmmcr "owers. talncd mcmtcrs "of Thursday Night \. ' ' ' Clttb at her home. t|W r< . Tco arQ Fnl^i-t = lr,c During thc evcnin, when rook | „}.*{ ^f" tnlc '|a'nS were played, Mrs. j. A. sa- With Bridge Luncheon r """- 1 -" J Mrs. Floyd White, Mrs. Walker Baker and Mrs. Marvin Robinson v.ere guests yesterday when Mrs. M. A. Isni'.cs entertained members of Die Thursday Contract Club with a bridjc luncheon at her home . . . Mrs. Conela'sd Twenty-one members of the Winners Sm-ci-y School clnss of Calvary Baptist Church met at the church lass night, 7:30 o'clock, for their monthly meeting. James Russell, president, was m during the evening. j Pr ^ wrrc v ' s so^| frCSh ™ C m S W " p SfrVTrt bv lhc lor "-'• °^ social committee composed of Mrs J. D. Winner, Mrs. C. S. Weeks and Mrs. Luclcn Gaines. • with coflec. ! • • - • Shower Party Is Given Honoring Mrs. Hassell Mrs. Ray White was nostc.-* last night at her homo at 8 o'clock at a sho»er party honoring Mrs Lawr- cnte Has-wll. Filtet-n gursl.i attended tlie. alfai on West Main Street. I The three-course luncheon was served at individual tables which .were centered with small bouquets •iof mixed swcctpeas. i Fallowing thc luncheon, bridge games were pla.ved with prizes won ; by Mrs. R. L. Banister, high and • Mrs. Marvin Rouinso:), second. Attractive arrangements of early II. I "-v.. ..^11. i: rtl KlllfccillellLS Ol fal'IV Recorded mil ic « played riur- ! Slll "' nc r flowers were arranged In iilK the evening and the nucst of ' lllc nome honor wa? presented her gi'cts from i * ' * to d °' llcr ? - Singers to Meet ; flow-' At Mount Zion Cemetew FLOWERS Loafing beauty in. artificial wreaths. Fresh flower bouquets and pot plants.- Sunday is Decoration Day. Visit I.eafon's Home of Flowers for All Your Needs t % , fltt ^_ _^ NIX DEODORANT' C°min* t«' the Riti Thealn Friday Morning, Jun« 4 at «:3* a.m. ^^^—' 811 Cartoon Show for th* Kldt Yo« Will Receive FREE O.e Sack of Popcorn and One Comic Book Admis&ion 25« SOYS SPORTSHIKTS siiis- You'll find dining a pleasure And w. « . ve ry .ffort to m ,k. dining „ pleo.ont .« P «, Mib | e . rf you doi't enjoy our op pefilin9 lunchef/ eri , p MWi t .y d,««r, ,.ry.d in « ,„$.» comfortable \ HOTEL NOBLE Coffee Shop Rec«ivin( a dUfnosi.i from y m>r ,) t>c . lor i» just one »tcp on ycmr roaii lo recovery from »n illness or ailment. Poflowinir his advice . . . am) follow- nig it to tlie letter is the nexl imixir- tan( ixiiiit. Our prescription ileparl- iin.-jit staiuls rcail.y foii.\la»(lj> *o Jill your itd-clor's ortlers without <M*y • • • helping to quicken you r recovery. Dependable, Prescription Service HICHOU DRUGS Phone' 4601 427 W. Main ACTION PATTERNS for ACTIVE BOYS Bruxton Prep SportsKim for Boys fea- ture trie vit-dyed, color-fast, action patterns tlut ire jo popular with the bicycle crowd. And they'rt jction-cut by tht makers of tho»e famou» Essley Shirts for men! Long-weiring, well- tiilored fabricj: Sanforized cottoni and wash- •bit rayonj. Long or jhort sl«ves.i Sia«» 6 to 12 Martin & Boydston "Everything for Men & Boys" Bo* Office Opens «:J» Show SUrU 6:15 i Opens Sunday 1:00; Starta l:n Continuous Shows Eat. & Sna Bargain Night E»ery Nijbt Except Satardz; No passes' honored- «n Sundaj Rax; Theatre Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE If Happened in Brooklyn with Frank Sinatra and Kalhryn Graysnn Nocturne with Gcflrf-e Raft »nd r.ynn Barl SATURDAY Serial "Dick Tracy Relunw" No. I and Short I'nnt. Shnws Sal U If.M p m. Sunday antf Monday -j NOW • MCM , GABLE • TRACY '^OL^-LAMARRl " H Fox M«<iei*nc Newt Selected Short Sub jet U Cont. Showlnf Sonday l:j» (|| •

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