Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 17, 1927 · Page 3
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Fiineral of J. L. Howry. V The funeral Bferrices tor, Jobn Leroy Howejr/ an old soldier whose death was reported "in!iyesterday's Register, were held at ?:30 o'clock this afternoon at the 'Adams & Hesser mortuary, the Rev. Harvey OL Mathls officiating.! Burial was made in Highland cemetery. / —American Legion meeting Monday night, 8:00 o'cioclc. IniUation. Every member out < / , J. D. Buchanan; P. C. j »• j _^ Gordon Coldsitiith, who has be«i ~~iil of pneumonia several weelcs-and is confined to his bed, is convalescing. —Kuprox. and Baldite "triclcle Charpersl • K. C. liletiric and Plumbing Co. . Kills .McKinnpy. and Fremont "Wilson, students at the Kansas City Western Dental college, came iast njght to spend the Christmas rneafion with heme fpllts. —For Sale: 400 ft. picket fence: ^ outsitle toilet bldgs., 1 bldg. 10x14; lath;* some- .second hand lumber. Rjiy Boll. "HMisB Ruth Swongcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Sworigcr, jr.. of BOS East Madison avenue, came Ifome from K. U. I'ast night to spend the holidays. Spwiul for Ten Hajs! • —Kugenr" I^ermani-nt AVave. $S: ex^rt marcelling, 50c. Cinderella Beauty Shop. PhoUe 438. , FaBwal of N. 6.-ftrowni The funeral services for N. G. Brown will be^ held at th^ Adams '& Hesser chapel Sunday ^ftemooh at 2 o'clock, conducted by ttbe Rev. C. J. Coldsmith. Burial Will take place in the Uoran cemet)sry. The Morani Masonic order will have charge! of £ho grave service. Brown was an old soldlerj Mr. • Mr. and Mrs. \V. AV. Pock, of •Wichita, are-, spending the week*rid with Mri;. Peck's parents. M.r, and Mrs. "W. K. Hayes, of 111 South Second street. —See our line of Rockers. DOlI Carriages, Smokers. End Tables and Floor Lamps before buying. Henninger's, AV'est Madison. Miss LoBise Wood,' of Mpran, a student at K. V., came' home last night for thfc Christmas holidays. —^Very best Permanent Wayiesci for $5.00 until Christmas. North Side Bai1)er Shop. Phone 637. P. R. Cook, who has been in the Johnson hospital at Chanute for the past three weeks for dn operar tloa pnd treatment; was 4 ,^le tO ;be brought home yesterday. •r^Sheaffer. Pens and Be.-Jk Sets Bni Folds, .lllUfai-y .Sels Shaving Sets, Key Ca-ses, eU-. Cook's. Miss Bernice MtNiel canio home last night to spend the. holidays with.her pareats.^lr ..i and Mrs.- B. L. McXiol. 217 South S>camore Btreet She .is attending school at V. i —Good selertlon (.'reellntr t':irds, Senls, Tags, etf., at Cook's. Fred Coffiojd. of Vates Center, vaij in lola yesterday^ bringing Mrs; Coffleld 's parents Mr. and, Strfl. .W. M.- Hoke home jifter ' a- week 's stay in their home. Mr. apd Mrsi C6ffield have just return U home from Ji l ^isit "in Henryetta. OkTar, and" Mrl and Mrs. Hoke stayed in their; home during their abseoce. Cigars and Cigarettes ' in Christmas boxes. B. & B. CiRaf Store. Kenneth Foiiyt and oliildren. Phyllis and. John; lelt this morning , -^B&ck leather purse, containing money, glasses, etc., lost on street Saturday. Finder please leave at Heglst'er. Reward. I , •• Winifred Stoddard, a p'opll at the Washington school, ts-confinr ed to her home with the whooping cough. —Chrars, all favorite and popular brands, In all sire boxe^ CooVs. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dille left this lE^orning for Kansas City to visit friends a few days. —Take the family to I^ewman's Cafe -Sunday for Chicken Dinner'. Iluth Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe IVolf, was ill of whooping cough this week and unable to attend school. -^Oive her a Permanent Wave for Christmas. Special pri<'e. |f».0(). .N'ortli Side Barber. Shop: Pho.:637. Walter Hiillard was fined ?6 for speeding yesterday in^police court. .Mrs. Ford Grover, charged with jay parking, has been turned'over to the juvenile court for a hearing on the charge. ,-Beanflfnl Box Candy. Whiti man's, .Martha •'Washington, Llg- frett 'K and Snjior's. In boxes,-' all wrn|>ped for mnfUng. Cook''s. Mr. j-and Mrs. Marvin Cumming's, of Blackwefi, Okla., is here visiting Mrs. Sarah Cummings, of 602 South tottonwood street. —We pay 6% pn Full Paid and Instali ment Stock. The best investment, the biest method to save. Sernrity Bldg. & Loan Association, Ida, Kansas.! Mrsi Belle Lee Davis, of lia- Harpe, was called to Blackwell, Oklahoma today, by the sudden death of her sister, Mrs. J. J. Turner. Mr. and Mrs.' Turner formerly lived In LaHarpe, Mr. Turner at one time being superintendent of the LaHarpe smelters. ' —Dr. Lucy E. Poison, Chiroprac-^ tor. Nortbrup Bldg. Phone 326. Bild iftHiite was a business visitor in Kansas City today. -Srieclnl .Snnday dinner; noon and evening, ."iOc. 75c. Kelley Hotel. nsmizENs Xrs. Carl Zlnk and Mi^ Fred.SeU- . man to Security Benefit Hospital—Rachel ClisTeiiger . Improving. ' (Mrs. Opal Mitchell.) LAHARPE, DEC. 16.—Mrs. Carl %ink of PalTsons. daughter of Mr and Mrs. George Salleej has gone to the S. B. A hospital at TOpeka for treatment. Mrs. Fred ISellman will leave tomorrow for | Topeka.. to-enter thci S. B. A hosiiital. • —Bread 70 loaf, tliree for 20 cents. Price to start Monday Also line new nuts. -City Bakery Miss Rachel Clevenger who went to Norton, Kansas, for treatment is feeling better and writes her mother every day. ^Everyone is glad to hear she is feeling better Dr. H. L. Lacey, and family moved into their • new home on South Main .street yesterday. Fred Owen's can \e today from Cumberland, la., for' a visit over the holidays with his mother, Mrs Emma Owens and sister, Mrs. C. T Harris and other relatives.- Mrs. Charles 'Williams I lias re turned 'home trom' Ibla after car Ing for her mother, Mrs. Cole, wht recently passed away. Billy Mills and Qlen Lawrence were down froiii' Oaraett- today vis Iting with friends. • Mr. and Mrs. Pat Turner have moved from .near Chanute to farm west of Allen Center schoo house.! —Lddies and girls wrist watches make jiiicc Christmas gifts.—Ay at-; era and Danforth, Drugs and Jewelry. The^ J. B. Knepp grocery has a beautifully decorated windoW the work.bf art being done by Lester Knepp. !Mr. and Mrs, Ben Pennington and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pennington and Harry Pennington of . lola went to Kansas <:!ity the first of the week to visit their sister and daughter. Miss Gertrude Penninf- ton who is on the Orpheum circuit and who has been touring the southwestern states and will leave again soon for a four months tour in the south, then for Europe. Mrs. Cfail has gone to Wichita where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Corkle. Mrs. Mary Dayton has returned to Oklahoma City after a few dayr here on business. She is spending the winter with her son, Tom Day ton. ' .1 *er Hunfeitas 11. C. Burgess, who; has been working in Oklahoma,'is spending lhe .jK >lidaya^ilh ^i8 '^faBiily at 711 South Jefferson avenue. -^"Van's Bread." good as ever. | Mrs. Kenneth I). Hiimpr. of KIlsj- worth, will come tonight to spend tho jChrlstmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. K. K. .McDonald of 618 South street. Mr. Hamer will join^ her here next WBCk. : —Special Chicken Hiiiner Suni day at Krause's Cnfe. Mr.«. r K <;niiit w -<-iii to ^Coffey- %illp. Kansas td -lav to vi'--ii her m'iil'<'r. Nli-s. S:iIlio .Mill-;In . over ll;e Clirl .Ttmis holiduys. I —• • . —If voM waift to buy or build, city or suburban property,iThe lola Buildiug £• Loan Association will make you a Joan, low interest rale- no commission. See G. hi. Pees Mr. Hess at Topics. County Commlssidber Wiiliani A. Hess will be the speaker at Current Topics next Monday night, at the Portland Hotel. Mr, Hess will speak upon thd subject of roads, and as the topic is. one to which he has given a great deal of study and in which he has had much practical experience, what he has to say cannot fall to be of great Interest. This will be the last -meeting Of the club for two weeks and a lajge attendance is desired. onithc morning tr.-,in to spend to-, g^^etary, at old Regist^ btjilding, da^, and tomorrow nsiting Santa s .outhwBst corner of souare. haunts Btores. in the biR department >'otIre —til all patrons on Rural Routes out :of lola: Stamp your letters If you"^rpect them to go. You have mofe time to lick one stamp than =we have hundreds; Mail is exceedingly hea\-y during wiikter months and during holiday times. Do ribt be lisappointed if you find your 2 •pec [lies and letters lefti in boxes. Try:'buying more than. 2c worth. Klii'gladly supply you. .-Carriers-: . ;Np.l. Leo. L. Moore. No. 2. Ivor Fowler. No. 3. Eli Elsworth. No. 4, Daniel Fowler. • ^Mrs. Mary Lasater, of Silver Leaf WsJrlct. has been staying at the home of her daughter. Mrs. .Jesise Fisher, 8 West Cameron, a- few daj-^. called here by the death of hei*? brother, Thomas Langley. • • • • • • ; F. 14 B. i.KA'VK,I.I,. 3L 1). • • iSpec^l attcutiiwi Klvpn Dis- • • .eases of Colmi Jihil lleotum. " • ' -Electro-Ph.vsiotherapy ^ • • , Office lola State Bank Bldg. ^ • ,• Phones—147 and 705 • Mrs. Mont Dulinsky. of., Neosho Kalis, was in lola yesterdj^y visiting reliatives and looking after business. ' We know Bakery Products are good. But ' , Have You Tried ) . VAN.HOOZ^R^^^ - i^a. Leo Holt came last night to spend the Christmas holi^^ayfl with her parents^ Mr; and Mrs. R. C. .Bnrges^ and family. Mr. Holt will join her here later. >' southwest corner of square. L. Fields, of 51S South Cottonwood street, is s-pending ,tho week- endijn Wichita attending the Mis-, souri Pacific Booster Club banquet. -Dr. A. B. Twadell. Osteopath. Sev Globe Bldg. Phone 191. Mrs. Kenneth Foust. who has been ill;of the flu for two weeks at. her home. 402 SouUi Washington aveiiue. is better but not yet able to be out, . '. —Ten cent bundles of old papers for five cents.at the Register ifrom now until Christmas. .Mrs. Ray Busenbark'and little daughter, i Beverly iJean. arrived) this afternoon from Kansaa City to spend the holida>'« with their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gear. —O; L. Cox, D, - Spedalist /J Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Miss- Dora Adams, who is at- tendttig the Teachers College at Emporia, arrived home on the noon train to sjwnd the holidays with: bomcfolks. —Dr. J. T. Rcld; Surgery and X-ray. Phone 357. Mr. . and .Mrs. - Archie Montgomery, Mr and Mrs. Claude Roe. H. C. Burtiss and H. F. Hitchcock; district manager, attended the meeting of the Yates Center council,-91. of the Security Benefit Association "rhursday night. Santa Clans was there and gave everyone a treat. A Christinas tree was a feature of the evening. After the program, all danced to the music of the-S, B. A. orchestra. —Dr. Montgomery, Chiropractor, lola -Laundry Bldg. Phone 138. Miss Lutie Evans, who is attending Washburn College, came boihe last night to spend the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. EA-ans, of 404^ South AValnut street —For Real Estate Loans see the Security Bldg. & Loa.n Asfioclatlen, lola, Ks. Office in First NaU. Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ayer.* and daughter. Glennis, of Madison. Kansas will come Ithis evening to spend the week-end with Mrs. Ayprs's mother. Mrs. Marj- Bran- nuth and Albert Brannum, of 423 Soutlv Sycamore street Miss' Mary Wishard. a teacher in the Independence 'schools, came home today to spend the. week-end with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. L H. Wishard. ME FdllR HAS BRAKES epprted in Tokyo,';Dec. 17. (AP)—l-Dlspatdh- Natlon-wide search haa been instituted: for Mrs. GJ 'Wallace Bryant 4fnd her two daughters, pictured\abqve. j The juvenll& court deprivea her of (heir custody last July' because' of sensational charges in a »loo.i)iio alienation of affentlons atilt Mr. Bryant has filed against H^nrv- Wesuil. prominent tolfer and .clubman of lAsheviUe, N. C Mr.. Bryant la a nephew of Henry Ford, PRICE ADVANCE RESUMED AGAIN Closing Is Strong for the Short Session on Wall Street New York, Dec. 17. (AP)—Constructive forces were again at work in today's stock market, which gave another impressive demonstration of strength in the face of rather heavy week-end realizing.. Buying orders were distributed over a - broad list but the copper, public utility, tobacco and merchandising issues made the.^ best group, showing trading was in unusually heavy volume for a half holiday session. The cloklng was strong. Total sales approximate 1,400.000 shares today. ' ' IVheat*Mounts Ip. ^ Chicago, Dec. 17. (AP)—Wheat advanced in the late dealings today, and I corn declined, whereas earlier: the two markets each pursued the exact opposite course. Upturns in wheat prices wtre based largely on firmness j shown by quotations at Buenos Aires and Liverpool, despite bearish aspects of th^< Argentine government report as to wheat. Corn weakness resulted from a statement credited to official sources that the expected yield of corn in lola is now 5.000.000 bushels over the November figures. Wheat closed firm. >i®^4®lc net higher, corn at %(fi ?4c to %c decline. Oats a shade.to VtC off and provisions unchanged to SOc down. , \ Kansas lily Prodnce.^ Kansas City. -Dec. 17. (APt— Eggs: firsts, 35c; seconds. 24c; candled current receipts. ^Zc. .Other produce unchanged. pared with a [week' ago: Best steers, yearlings,' and slaughter heifers, 50c@$l.cio: lower; better grades showing ' full decline; slaughter cows generally 25({i50c lower; limited .supply of good to choice heavy coKvs; steady; bulls steady to weak: ypa'lers $1.50®2.00 lower: stockers 50c lower; top load choice .vear ed steers. $15.25 ifiid feeders. 25i5' for week: Short ings.. $16; matur- 'short fed steers. no«ti:i: stockers and feeders, $3.50 @11. Sheep: None; lambs, uneven; 'for . week:- Fat 65c@$1.00 lijwer heavies off most, closing top fed wooled lambs, $ able weights fed 3.10; late top natives, $12.50; week's, bulk. Desir- westerns, $12.25@ 13.15; heavies d0 ;Wn to $12; natives mostly $12©12.75j wooled yearlings, $106^10.35.; sheep steady; fop ewes. $6.60; \n]lk $5.75«Ji6.25; feeding lambs j <leady; ^Colorado lanihs. $12.60; bulk $11.75(012.25. Some Cars Aref deduced In/Price With New Equipment Dodge Brothers, Inc., is noW equipping all passenger cars in its "I2S" Une of fours with the latent and most efficient typd- of steel- draolic Jmechanical) 5 four-wheel brakes, a company announcement today states. The cars compristnK i the "128" line are the de luxe sedan, the sedap, the coupe and the cabriolet roadster.' : ;• -. The new four-wheel brakes are of the expanding *and t >-pe. operating mechanically on 12-inch drums. They can be operated with the lightest foot pressure and make posiiible absolutely uniform braking on all; four wheejls. Although they constitute a m^jor Improvement to Dodge Brothers four cylinder line they are being added at -n "vtra cost to the ourchas 'er. The de luxe sedan, in fact, is being re-l duced $25 and will hereafter sell at $950 f. o. b. Detroit. ilTues .... all other types with fbur -wlieei brakes remain the same. "Dodge Brothers four cyliniler line, gains Smother important selU Ing udvant.ige through the addition | of mechanical four-wheel brake."." s>(»v« Mr. A. K. Ellis, local Dodge Brothers dealer in diseussing tho most recent improvement. "Since :he company first i:itroduced the line last' suinmer," sa.vs Mr. Kllis^ "it has gained rapidly in popular- f ity with the purchasers of moder--' ate priced cars. The slogan by which itj was introduced—'America's Fastest Four'—has been one of the most potent reasons for the j remarkaljle , success which it has achieved.' " "The addition of four-wheel brakes, niaking possible idecelera- tion as notable as' the mile-a-min- nte i)erforrijance 61 which Dodge i Brothers . fours are capable! strengthens the advantage which they have enjoyed in-their field and should add greatly to their pojiu- larity next year." , es from Korea say that nese disturbances which inti-Chi- lave recently arisen because of t le alleged oppression of Koreans by Chf- nese/in Manchuria are s ireading K. C. Hay by U. S. Grades. Kansas City, Dec. 17. (AP)— (IT. S. Dept. of Agriculture).—Hay unchanged. Kansas City Hay. Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 17. (API- Hay unchanged. Receipts 57 cars. It naicei fou cridi your keilli., Yiia'venaae hayoundf to Uima. joofleiialicdtodealtL Carl Burgess, jr.. wbo has been ?i ill of the flu for the past week, expects to be able to return to his school work Monday. Gold Lettering. —The Register does all kinds of gold lettering at mode.rate prices. In tiuying leather goods for Christmas gifts, keep us in mind. Mrs. E. H. Quinn and ^daughter, Elaine, went to Wichita this morning to attend the Missouri Pacific Women's Booster Club banquet to be held there tonight. Carleton Crick came home today to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. an^Mrs. C. B: Crick, 315 Kast Madison avenue. - Cbas. F- ^cott. jr.. arrived home this afternoon from Lawrence to spend the holida}-?. Col. Frank L. Travis, of Kansks City. Kansas, who was here to attend the funeral of his mother Sirs. H. F. Travis, .vesterdav returned home today. Mrs. Travis will remain here with her mother and brotl\er. Mrs. John McDonald and 3frJ ^nk McDoAald. until after Christmas and Col. Travis -«rill Join them here to spend Christm .-is Kansas City Lhestock. Kansas City, Dec. 17. (AP)— (U. S. Dept 'of Agriculture)—Hogs: 500; around steady with yesterday's packer market; no shippers inr top $8.10 on choice 290@300-lb. few 140(8H80-lbs.. $7.40@7.80: 190 @240-lbs., $7.85@8.05; odd lots packing .sows, $6.75@7.35. : Cattl&: !"300: calves, 100; corn- Kansas Cify Grain, Kansas City, .Mo:. Dec. 17. (AP) — Wheat: Receipts 113 cars; %c to Ic higher; No; 2 dark hard $1.43; No. :; $1.43(01;45; .No. 2 . hard $1.261.43: No. 3* $1.22^1.38; •No. 2 red. nominally.. $1.38® L41J«i; No. .t. $1.36. CI6se: Dec. $1.21; May $1.2-V%. ... Corn: Recelots '^72 cars. Market unchanged to• VjC higher;- No. 2 white 79Vi08Oc; No. 3, 76Vi@ 77?ic; No. 2 yellow 81%«82c; No. •B. 78ei81c; .No. 2; mixed 79(g80c; No. 3. 76>4(fit78%c. Close: Dec. 79c; May 85>^c; July 88%c. Oats: 4 cars. Unchanged. No. 2 white 55®56c; No. 3 nobinally 54®56c. • Milo maize: $l.:{0(gil.33. Kaffir: $1.24(H1.27. Uye: 9-®9SV2C. Barley: 8ii(?iSlk'C. Pioneer Baggies and 'Slen. Th yesterday's Register a typographical .error occurred through which the,'name of; Orlin Thurston was madf to read Orlin "Thursday." Orlin Thurston was one of the conspicuous early settlers of Huntboldt, and it was the opinion of Judge. Bartels who knew him well-that he probably brought;the first top buggy to Allen, county. But now comes Mrs. John MacDonald and reports that her hu.s- band's family'brought \yith them from Illinois Tn 1857 a top carriage, which they ; bought from , their- ni-igli.bor. Dr. John A. Hart who afterwards followed them to Tola.' and she enters this in .the "firsi buggy" jompotition. And /talking , .nbout fir.st things. \tr. Kufu^ Mar- 1 tin. of North Deer Creek, who wa-s! a caller at th" Register office yes- terdav.. lias an idea he-is probably the oldest citizen of Allen coun^ In continupus residence. Mr.- .Wartin wa.s a child-of two years when bis fjihiily came hore in 1857, so he has been here seventy years.r— incidentally living now on ihe fann upon which the family first settled. Can anjibody beat that?,; THEY MAkE IDEAL GIF\TS > FOR EVERY MAN Toky9 at least 3,000 Chinese are stetM^ to have fled to Manchnria tnHar korea during the past few daya^. Seventeen; Chiiiese were serionaiy.'- injured and.a score suffered miiu>K hurts. —Ten cent bimdles of old papars tor five cents at the Register frt>m now until Christmas. !, . IJut Be Sure They're WILSON BROS. •i —OR— Men prefer thejie makes because of 1 heir perfect fit 'and their unusual Uurability. 'If you want to please hiin buy what he'd chcjose for .himself. Collar attached,- collar to match, and neckband styles. i SizeslS!^ to 20. .0a™$7.50 f i •1 0|»eu . Kvening>t l-ntH CiirLstmas Globe Clo. Co. Open Kvenings Intll Ciirlstmas Santa Claus Visits Seciirity Benefit Meet Santa Claus right from the North Pole visited the S. :B. A." meeting at the K. of ^. hall last night and brought a treat to nil the javenilea and Tchildriin .of the members. ,A large crow I was present and cn- joye<l the Occasion.: Mrs. John Key- .ser. Mrs. Ed .Melton and .Mrs. C. C McPhersoni were in charge. At the cohncil meeting new appIicantF were balloted on and a class of members Was adriiittcd to mem bership. CHR GIBSON'S— StMASCARDS E L I Today—-.Admission 10c ai|d 20c . **THE BANDIT BUSTER" ! With Buddy Roosekrelt^ A big business man kidnapped for his health, completes bis big business deal unknowingly but is kidnaped^ from hi.^ kidnapers WHiat happens then makes this one of the biggest we.sterns of the season. F ' , 1 . Comedy, "A Ton of Fun in a Heavy |Parade"-4Episode Nine of "The King of theJuilsrles"—li razy Kat Kartoon ' Komedy. , | | ; Monday and Tuesday i pnkfdetothe NORMA Matine 10c-20c; Night lOi fc-30c, .HH abandons one woman, pursues a secood. has a' third thrust on him'. Does he like it? The thb-d was an| •who really loved hlni but he didnY l6ve her. with bei; and she giggle, i ! See the picture and laugh till you ean't even Comedy—"Call a Cab"—.iesop's Fables and innocent school girl Then he fd 11 in love. 'Toplcs.oi' the Day KELLEY Blaze of Merriment Fanned by Scrleen's Busiest Comedy Team! MONDAY TUESDAY; Matinee 10c-20c Nights 10c-30c COMEDY "Drama de Lu.\" Also Paramount News Fighting fire.s was bu.siness and fighting each .o^her was pleasure. fSo they com- birted business and pleasure.. And what a kick they g6t out of it I Tliley couldn't sit down for. a wedk! f v s : Here's the seven alarm comedy—c (>hRagi-ation-.\yith the laughs way t»ut of control! . ' '\- •'- \ - Remember this pair in "The Cohens ajid the Kelleys" bf last year? Then you won't miss this one. ; ! 1 \ TONIGHT— : • , 4 I • •' Marian Nixon and Hobart Bosworth Heading an .^U-Star Cast of Favorites in RIIET Through the ages thi$ priceless string of ipekrls had caused its' owners disaster and death. See it wreak its strange magic'- or a- hard-headed cold-blooded modem multi-millionaire. See him spirited away ,bj^ strarjge hands—the only solution. { held by a gorgeous but ominous Chines parrot! FASCINATING! COtORFUL! Earl Derr Biggers' gripping Saturday Evening Post story and best-seller. AbDED-^OMEDY, NE WS, SERIAL.

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