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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 4, 1931
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PAGE TWO COURIER NEWS Society Calendar Tuesday There will be a May Day breakfast on the lawn of Mrs. Walker H. Baker's home from 0 until 10 o'clock, sponsored by circle 4 of the Woman's Missionary society o! the First Methodist church. Miss Kathryn La\vler is having the New Tuesday. Bridge club. Mrs. May L. Aldridge is entertaining the Tuesday Contract club. . Tho Tuesday Lucheon duo Is meeting with Mrs. Sam Thomas. Wednesday Mrs. F. B. Joyner Is hostess to the Hew Wednesday Bridge club) Mrs. J. Nick Thomas is leader of the Delphian program on Spanish Paintings.' 1 -' Thursday Mrs. Victor Bray is having the Young Matrons Bridge club. Saturday Miss Peggy McKeel Is entertaining the Saturday Night Supper club. There will be a free story hour at the library for children at 10:M o'clock. Going Away In Chic Oglesby-Robinson •. Wedding Announced Announcement has been miule of the marriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth Robinson, attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson, lo Mr. .Charles A. Oglcsby, of Forl Smith, the marring: having taken place April 4. The wedding was performed :-t Mount Ida, Ark. The bride, who lias lived in this city all her life, altcndM 61. Agnes Academy In Memphis find Visitation Academy in St. Louis, but returned home for her senior year In high school. Following her graduation last May she entered (lie stale university- at Fnyctleville where she became a member of the PI Beta Phi sorority. Among the honors-'she. received was selection as a nomine} -for the beauty contest of (he 1931-32 Ha- zorback, the college annual. Mr. Oglcsby,- who is-a third year law student at the University of Arkansas, is president of the Sigma Alpha Epsllon fraternity at the university. Both; ,wil) continue 'their studios at Ihe^uiirverjaly.until the close of this term when they will come here for a visit with relatives before going on a honeymoon, -upon their return they will live'at Fort-Smith When in this city Mrs'; Oglcsby was a popular member of one of the younger '.sets. •'•'.-'- • •••-:•-- .--.. ..*'•• To 'Jure Breakfast. The May Day Breakfast, postponed from Friday because of the weather, will be given Tuesday morning from six until 10 o'clock, on the lawn of Mrs. Walker H Baker's home. . .. The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church which -sixmsors this annual event for the benefit of the church building fund, has announced that the charge wU| be 35 cents. * * • Entertain Club Misses Edna Earlc While and Mnry Frances Stacy were hostesses to the Saturday Night, Bridge ciub_ at tha home of Mr. and Mrs Cecil Write: " ' Yellow California poppies made lovely decorations for the living rcom arranged for the three tables. . Bathuowder went to Miss Louise Bourland for Die high score prize and the cut award, stationery was won by Miss Irma Laura Barnes. The hostess served a salad, tuna fish sandwiches and Iced tea * * » Former Local Girl Wins S500 Fellowship Miss Ruth Hughey. daughter ol the Rev. and Mts, J. M. Hughey of Marianna and formerly of Blytheville, has been awarded a $500 fellowship by the Yardlcy Foundation of Women's clubs of New Jersey upon the recommendation of the American Association of University Women, together with the Guggenheim Foundation. Miss Hughey was also awarded a graduate scholarship in tile English department of Cornell University where she will next year receive a doctor of philosophy degree. She is a graduate of Galloway college at Searcy and received a Master's degree at Columbia University, New York. * • « Class lo Meet. Mrs. Dixie Crawford will entertain the Beta Chi Sunday school class of the First Fresbytcmn church at her home, 602 North Fifth street, this evening at 7-30 o'clock. * • » Many 'Attend Musical. The third of a series of musicals given by local musicians on Sunday afternoons was presented a' the First Baptist church Sunday afternoon. A feature of the program, which was well attended, was the organ selections. * » • Cassldjr-Bakcr. • Miss Jewell Baker, of Armorel and Mr. Joe Cassidy, of Kuff.-an were issued a marriage license Saturday. • * • nurns-Braritlty. Announcement hns been made nf the marriage of Miss Ruth Brant- '7' ^, LUXOra ' to ilr ' A - L - B » r «-'. of this'city,-the wedding having been solemnized April 7. The Rev I ' BY JOAN SAVOY ! NEA Service Writer Your golng-nwA.v costume usually Is considered second In importance to your wedding gown. In a way Ihis is wrong. It actually Is the firs', costume that that new husband of yours really sees you In, after the din of rice, old shoes and merry farewells clears a way. Can you doubt Its Importance, when you look at it that way? It realty should be tremendously fluttering, just lo make him proud as Punch of this wife of his, sitting in the next chair to his In the Pullman, or taking n wicker chair on the sundcck of an ocean liner. What to wear, though a honey-' mooucr, is no real problem this June. A sul( o( course. Preferably a silk one of 'some elegance. Best of all, a crepe, back satin dne that can get a distinctive effect by using both sides of the material to enrich the whole picture. The suit for you probably is tho short, sleeved frock and the coat O. C. Hull, pastor of the Luxora Methodist church, performed the ling ceremony at ihe home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs W A. Brantley. Mr. and Mrs. Burns arc now at home at 801 Chickasawba avenue The bridegroom, who came here a year ago from Los Angeles, is In charge of (he local invnl recruiting station. Has Club'. Miss Minnie MaHhcivs was hostess to Hie Friday Wight Bridge club when her sisters, Mrs. Joe chiton Watson of Caruthcrsvilic, and Mr= Oliver Coppedge, were the only guests. The high score prize went to Mrs. For refreshments pressed lima fish, sandwiches, pickles and cakes were served with colfee. * • • Marian-Simmons. A marriage liccns was issued Snt- n±£'2. Mks .. I ' llc11c Si "»'><"": °f to match, a short Jacket or a long one, depending on what you look best in. Ideal for (he June bride Is a blue-Jay blue costume, the blue satin diess filling beautifully to the young figure, cut effectively to point up to a high wnlstllnc nnd designed lo need no belt lo complete It It hns a little tiickle of real Al- encon lace In natural tan behind a trio of smart boks of the satin, ond (lie rather wide nnd low plain neckline is most flattering to fresh young skin. The jacket has a one-sided long scarf, banded in summer ermine and the other side finished with one poinlcd revere and a place Ideal for wearing a real gardenia or beige orchid. There are wide bands of the summer ermine above the wrists around Ihe sleeves that fit hi thai tailored manner that Is £0 luxu- The little hat Is by Le Monnier. In the same color , ls the suit The ,,,?,',"! ° PCra lmmps ' wl «' I he neat lllile jeweled buckles, are made of the crepe side of (he suit's satin. Osceola Society— Personal Bird Steals Fisherman's Worms From Tin Can SHAMOKIN, Pa., <UP) - Ti-e early bird catches the worm especially when the worm has already been dug from the ground and is *a,<lng tor tho early bird in an unguarded tin can. Dr. Leon Hollenbach spent the "•cuing in the garden digging worms in preparation for his annual trip to the streams in quest of trout. Tiie results of the eve- Jung's digging were placed In a tin can and left in thtj garden Hoilenbach arose with the sun and after dressing hurried lo the garden to get tho worms- He was J«st in time to see a robin, probably a believer in the old adaue Hying away with the last of the worms dangling from its beak. STOKOU'SKY TO VISIT SPAIN' PHILADELPHIA. lUI'l- Leopold Stokowsky, conductor of the Philadelphia orchestra, will spend his vacation in Spain where he ho|>es to hear some authentic syr«y music Since lie had not expected lo call on. the Spanish king and queen, he said, their absence will not change his plans. The first census taken in England was In 1601. Saturn, has ten moons or satellites. The electric locomotive Iir«t came into use about 1&85, Bits of News Mostly Personal Misses Marlha Robinson and Marion Burns, accompanied by Miss Robinson's aunt, Mrs. Edith McCool, spent Saturday, in Memphis- Mrs. Dwlght H. Blackv.'ood of Little Rock, wife of the chairman of (he Arkansas state highway commission, and daughter, Miss Virginia, who attends Sulllns college at Sulllns, Va., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Blackwood are sisters. E. li. Lyinnn and Sheriff w. W. Shaver have returned from several days cruise up the Tennessee river. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ettclson will BO to St. Louis tonight for a week's visit with relatives. The Rev. George Wendell Pyles returned to his home in Fort Smith Saturday after having been with A. M. Butt who is critically HI. Mr. Pylcs remained for a longer visit. Spurgeon S. Patterson of Birmingham, Ala., who spent the weekend with relatives here, has gone to Jackson, Tenri-, lor a business trip. He will return Saturday night. Allan Pickard, who has been seriously ill two weeks frhrn scarlet fever, is now Improving. Miss Flossie McKinnon returned yesterday from a two weeks stay In Dyer, .Tcnn. J. J. Daly silent the weekend In St. Louis. He will be accompanied home today by Mrs- Daly who has been visiting there' for several weeks. Mrs. Clyde Robinson la in Fay- ettevllle for a brief visit with her JIOKPAY. MAY )<)3i T S DAY "i?y lift- wny~ I'LL tl&ED life CA(? 15-DW, DAODy !L / Olf / e / NO. —li nont roi? LUNCH _ U'c'Vfc'DECIDED OH KtiOllltV? tl&llfCttl HOLE9 litiC 1 WTlRriOOfl ^ -— -MO ItlEM , ft'tPir of •— •**-•<*'" of Mr. Butt, who Is slightly improved today. Katharyue Den ton First in Algebra i-/ »J »>*u, t, .iiujvi..^ ->r, L State CoilteSt Secretary American llriilge League Miss Katharyne Denton, Miss Lillian .Brlscoe and the girls' Irio, ulade up of Misses Lillian Brls- coe, Grace Elliott and Othus Brne«n, won honors for niytheville high school in the annual literary division of the Arkansas high school meet at Conway held Friday and Saturday. First fourth honors in algebra and In plane geometry were ' won by Miss Denton, Miss'flriscoe uuuvnic lor a oriel visit with her w011 secon d In girls' voice and daughter, Mrs. Charles A. Oglesby, I " le trl ° also *' on second place, who was before her marriage Miss In " le district contest -' '"••" Mary Elizabeth Robinson. Slie is a boro recra tly Miss Dentoi student, at the state university. She will return Wednesday. W. p. Veazey jr., spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Phillips attended the show In Carutliersville last night. Mrs. Alice Womack, Mrs. R. N! Neal Mrs T. E. Tatc Mrs. C. J. Little, Mrs. T. S. Williams and Mrs. N. M. Williams, of Armorel, went to Hot Springs yesterday for the national Parent-Teacher convention. They were accompanied by Mr. Little business. days Misses who Is attending to . Vlrgl! Greene is 'attending to business in Little Rock for several ------ Martha Reynolds nnd Mildred Olih'am, accompanied by Jim Reynolds and Mildred Oli- hnm, accompanied by Jim Reynolds, of Hayli, spent yesterday here. Mtss Mary Emma Hood spent the weekend in Forrest City Miss Nollle Kcrr went to her Parlies over the week-end included two bridge clubs entertained by Mrs. Fxl L. Qulnn and Mrs. Chas. Rose. Eight members were present at the two table contract club entertained by Mrs Qnlnn and high score prize was v.on by Mrs. W. E. Hunt. Delicious refreshments were served in two courses following the game. Mrs. Chas. Rose entertained members of (he two table contract bridge club lo which she belongs and an extra table of guests at her country home west of town. High score club prize was won by Mrs. Herbert Shippcn, Mrs. D. S. Laney «on high score guest prize uncl Mrs. W. R. Dyess cut consolation favor. Delicious refreshments were served following the game. • * + Pc.irl Cartwright, small daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cartwright, celebrated her tenth birthday Saturday entertaining seven friends at a luncheon followed by attendance at the matinee performance, of "A Connecticut Yankee". Her guests were Clementine Bowen and Martha Jane Cartwright. John and Boyd White. Bettie Joe Behrcns, Martha Ann nnd Mary Florence Birch. • • • Mesdamcs W. J. Slicddan, L. B Swift. D:S. Lancy and Miss Emma Cox attended high mass at the Catholic church In Blythcvillc, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cartwright and Miss Mary Belle Cowan were visitors In Harrtsburg Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Mr. ano} Mrs. E. fl. Smith. Jr. aVci Mrs. L. B. Swift drove to boro yesterday' afternoon returning with Miss Agnes Ward. Mho is n student in Jonesboro A. & M. fll !- lego. Miss Ward spent the wcvk. end with her parents. Mr. a:xij Mrs. J.-L. Ward in Ojccoln. • Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Shedd.iiij were week-end visitors in Mem-, phis where Dr. Shedclnn n! guest at a banquet medical meeting at the Policlinic. I-rid.iy' evening. Bruce Ivy Is attending Cruntervj Court In Hnrrisburg today. ' ! Miss Elizabeth Doyle, the rhnrsn- ing daughter of Mr. and Mr? Goo Doyle of Osceol.i, vlio attends Jonesboro A. & M. college. h : .' s been elected vice president of HIP dramatic club aurl wertiarv and treasurer of the sophomore chvs for the coming school year. home in Clarendon, Ark., for the weekend. Misses Mary Moore nnd Ruth Taylor spent tile weekend in Marion and Memphis. Mrs. G. H. Grear spent the weekend in Searcy. Ark., where she attended a recital given at Galloway college by Miss Mary Applin Smoot assisted by Miss Kathryn Drear. Mr. Grear nnd son, George, Mr. riiH) Mrs. A. C. Haley nnd Miss Frances Holland drove over for her Sunday. O. C. Ullmer, of Springfteld, 111., si»nt Friday here. Accompanied by Mrs. Ullmer he went to Memphis for the' weekend, here Sunday. returning Mrs. E. M. Cox, \vlio has been ill for the past week, is better today. Mrs. Elvn Joe and Joe Baructt motored to Jackson, Tcnn., Sunday tor a brief visit. Clarke Portis. of Laurel. Miss., accompanied Harold Sternbcrg home for the weekend. Both are .students at Southwestern university, Memphis- Mr. and Mrs. Ncwbcrry John- fon. ol Sleele, spent yesterday in . In the district contest at Jones- ioro recently Miss Denton won first honors in algebra and last year won first in geometry, making her also eligible this year. At the state meet Miss Briscoe won second In the event in which she placed first in the district meet. The trio also won first honors at Jonesboro. Twelve points were made for this school. Hot Springs won the sweepstakes with 24 points, Newport was second with 21 and Pine Bluff third with 20. El Dorado won 15, Fort Smith 13. The St. Scholastics academy at Fort Smith won 10, Dewitt 8, Jonesboro 7 and a half, Forrest City lind Jasper seven and •a half each,' Conway and England G points each, Russcllville 5 and a half, Little Rock and Searcy 4 points each, Harrison, Market) Tree, Mariamm and Boonevillc 3 points each, Clarksville, Camden, Rison, Warren, Lewisvillc and Lockesburg 2 points each, Hoxic one and a hall points, Helena, Rogers, Bergman and Paragould, one point each and Cotton Plant a half point. Luxor a Society—Personal Mr. and Mrs Famon Owen entertained a number of young people at- their home Friday evening. Dancing was enjoyed until a late hour whin refreshments were served to the following: Misses Mary Lynch, Dcrothy Brown .and Pauline Scaton. Messrs Carrol James, Harold Smith, Dyer Garner, Woodrow Turner and diaries Blllingsley, Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Brakcnseik, Mr. and Mrs. W. c,. Clauston jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Odell Seaoln. Out of town IM: Dr. and Mrs. L. S- Briscoe spent Fridny and Saturday In Conway wiiere they attended the stale n-.cct when their daughter. Miss Lillian. . was a contestant in the voice and girls' trio contests. piano. Malcolm Hood, of Ihc government hospital at Gulfport. Miss., is the guest of his sister, Mrs R. N. Ware jr., for ti week. Mrs. E. C. Patton wll spend tomorrow in Memphis. Miss Mary Louise Tnylor had as her guest yesterday. L. E Old jr.. of Norfolk, Va. J. riick Thomas Jr., of Memphis, spent the weekend herj. Miss Larrie Lewis.,of Cincir.:-..-,;i. who has been the guest of Dr inid Mrs. C. S. Potter and their (:;u;c!i- (cr. Mrs. William O. Potter of Ny*York clly, for several weeks. «i;i Ic.ivc tomorrow for a visit m Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Bcrj_y B. l>rr. : * s jr.. of Memphis, spent the- weekend with Mrs Brooks' ir.c-U-"i- Mrs. Allan Walton. Mrs. W. M. Tnyi-r linj ,...•,„,. ( 0 Lexington. Tcnn.. to be n'm-. j. or molher. Mrs. John M. Tajlo;-. u>io is critically ill Following a (,,•.; ; cn days ago when she brckc \; f ~ \ ;,, she rm contracted p:iri;i;!o:-.!'! I!?cause of her ago rccovny "'s doubtful physicians say. George Williams, of R;. i-,••>, is attending to business he-;,.. Robert Blackwell, of IYM---., ., Pa., visited the family ol !i; : were Misses Vivian and Laverne for this inv£sti«ation Scurlock, Helen Ralph and Ral|ih Hodges and Vcrnon Days of Osceola. Miss Lois May Powell of Mem- .ihis visited her parents, Mr and Mrs. C. P. Powell this week. Sho was accompanied by Mr. Al Schmilz who remained here for several days visit. Miss Virginia Terry of Mylhc- villc was a Luxora visitor, Sun- BRIDGE BY W'M. E. McKK.S'XKY In our previous article, we gave examples showing how lo arrive ar slum bids with ace showing. Trie following examples also employ ace showing but the contracting is slopped at a game-going declaration. HAXU C IIAN'I) I) Norlh North S—A-K-Q-7-2 H—J-3 D-A-Q-1 C— 1-3-2 South (Dealer) South Dealer) S—J-U-5-2 H—A-K-Q-3 D—K-J-7 C-9-3 S— 10-9-7-i H— A-K(j-5 D— K-1-3 C— J-5 S— A-K-Q-J-8 H— 5 n— 3-5 C—A-K-Q-J-* Hand C South apparently lias only three losing tricks and I:; also has tv.-o biddable five-card suits. When holding two suits of equal rank, both biddable, the higher ranking suit should be bid first, therefore South should open with two spades. We will assume that East and Weat always pass. North bids three spades, setting the suit. chance and sacrificing game for doubtful slam. Hand D South, holding two and one-half quick tricks and a biddable heart suit, should open with one heart. We will again assume that— t]"s ! and West always pass. North has sufficient strength to put in a [ore- ing overcall. He does so by biddm<> two spades which is one more thai-, necessary. South has more than normal support in his partner's suit, therefore he bids three spade- North starts to show his aces by bidding four diamonds, thereby denying the ace of clubs. South goes to lour spades which closes the contracting. His four-spade bid advises partner that he cannot s<-e any possibility of a slam. HANI) E North South (Dealer] S-9-5-1-3 S-A-K-Q-S-v H-A-Q-10-5 ll-K-J-7-5-3 D—Q-C-2 D—7-3 C—7-G c—1 Hand i; H must be thovoughly under- South now starts lo show aces by I forcine bidding four clubs. North, with a at ,,- e ., .four-heart. bid, shows the ace of h-ivir hearts. To South this now leaves ! owns win, IP . the dip W nd suit wide open, and; first' by biikrn'* therefore he returns to his '- ' "iuu.n b suit, bidding four stood that acL' showing docs not like place imlil after or lii? of the partners puts in a . bill, even thouuli liiey on_the suit. In hand E, South, and five s TODAY IS THE- JOFFRE'S CHICAGO VISIT On May 4, 1917, the F:.:iich mission arrived in Chicago for a tour o! tho middle western states. Mar- fhs! Jolfre delivered his first address, as follows: "My friends, I am pioud to have in my hand the American Hag, which is to the Anvrlcan people what tile French Il.ig i s ( 0 the people of France, a symbol of liberty. I told in my o'.lier hand the ling of France, whs has given of !i'.-r best, her slancl:;st. and her bravest, ai-.d which nbo s'nnds lor liberty. I had hcnov ID carry ihe French Hag on the field of Cattle and I am g!nd to join the flay of many tattles to the flag t-iat has never known defeat. With this Ha,' 1 bring to you tho salute c: the French army to tl-.e American People, our stanch aliy in the common cause." The marshal then joinrd the two nags of red, white end blue. T!;e whole assembly mount ?ci UK/ / seats and cheered. The mission' was enthusiastically welcomed . . and thence proceeded to St. Louis! if West held the ace of d amouds , should pass. Luxora Churches Hear Caruthersville Lawyer LUXORA, Ark.—The congregations of the Methodist and Baptist churches held a joint service last evening when Attorney R. L. Ward, of Carulh?r.sville. .spoke of "The Trial of Christ as Seen From a Lawyer's View". At the close of the service therr were two additions to the Baptist church of which the Rev. P. B. Kinsolving is pastor. Alaskan Mineral Survey to Continue This Summer WASHINGTON, (UP)— Efforts to determine the mineral value of Alaska will be continued this summer by the Department of Interior with the aid of S250.000 appropriated by the ivccnt Congress Chosen lo Reign aL Pen n Stale :inutd tho technical knock- He;! Ken. . were reset the fractured arm. Beautiful Women Love New Powder Beautiful women, admired for youthful complexions, use HELLO- GT.O. the new wonderful French process lace powder. Purest, and smoothest powder known. Slays on longer. N'o flaky or pasty loak Nu grime or grit. MELLO-GLtj prevents large pores :mn never smarts or feels dry. Blends naturally uiiii any complexion. Demand day. Members of the seventh grade class were entertained with a par- ly at the home of Mrs. John Cockron. Tuesday evening. Mrs. S. J. Smith, Misses Eva Cooke and Elinor Shoaf, Sunday school teachers in the Baptist church entertained their clashes with a picnic Wednesday atter- noon. Mrs. Joe Dean and daughter of Tyronzti were Luxora visitors Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Elliott Williams spent Monday in Memphis. Mesdamcs Richardson, Crockett and R. S Ashmorc of Osceola were Luxora visitors, Fridny. Mr. E. A. Moffitt was a business visitor In Emborien, Mo., Friday. Mrs. Raymond Owen was tbt- guest of Mrs J. A. Brown at Bly- thevllle Thursday. Rev. P. B. Kinsolving was a Memphis visitor. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vollmcr returned Thursday from Mississippi where they have been on a business trip for the past two weeks Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Thweat were Osceola visitors. Friday. The main field of effort will us at the Anthracite Ridge coal field near ihe Alaska Railroad, but other investigations will be made in | the Willow Creek. Fairbanks. Copper Mountain, Oirdwood. Kantish- na and Mossc Pass districts. It lias been pointed out by the Department of Interior th;i'., ..* , , lull the purpose of l!i? survey is (o re- Gur--n'of tin- veal Ihe economic Importance o! Alaska's natiinii resources, Ihe results «ill be published as rapidly as is poosible. In its orbit aro irth travels at ^::l! 1000 miles a mimilc. ate of about Mrs. "/Til': BuVyeste ; dnv'';:.-' :::l j 1000 "'"« a ""'"'K 1 - Even al this day because of the c-iii^i' ".'•' "" i* c " lal!cs a - vcar lo complete its aaj uccausc Ol tnc c.itk.H :. ;,. s ,| orblt 0( aboil[ coo.ooO.OOO miles. . Mclilngcr, above, of Lri'H-nncr Pa ' nt Pennsylvania .State Col!e-'c Mrs. James Rooscvcit. If, ,ilx>ve. mother of Governor l-Yankim D. RcMevell of New York, is i!l will! in(l:irn7,i in a Paris hospital. Her son. often mentioned as a Democratic president!:!] possibility, plans to cancel all engagements and iii^h to Europe If her condition becomes worse. A total of 830 cor.fjrc'ses. as- scmbiies and exhibitions was held in Europe during 1030. Among (lie most unusual were Ihe Intcnia- Imnal Congress of Tramps, the International Conjiess of Ledgers and a gathering of 20.0M herring fisherman. 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