The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1931 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 12, 1931
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PAOTTWO BLYTHBVJLLB, (ARK.y COURIER NEWS TL'KSIMV, MAY 12, 11)31 Society Calendar The ' Wednesday Brldje club Is touting with. Mrs. E. C. Pallon. Mrs. '.A. .C.- Ward Is hostess to the New Wednesday Bridge club. Ttie P. B. O. Is meeting for a luncheon program at tile home of Mrs. J. A. Leech wllh Mesdamcs Otto Kochtllzky, George li. Crockett and J. A. Leech as liostcsscs. The Junior High P. T. A. Is meeting at the school. Thursday Mrs. Byron Morse Is entertaining Ihe Thursday Luncheon club. The Mid- Week club Is meet ins with Mrs. W, L. Horner. Mrs. W. C. HIgguison is hostess to the Young Matrons Bridge cllib. The Jewish Ladles Aid society Is meeting. In Liuora at the home o[ Mrs. M,- /Bernstein with Mrs. A. Llvcrant as co -hostess. The : ElUolt Fletcher chapter of • the United 'Daughters of the Confederacy Is meeting with Mrs. W. R. Adams oil Davis avenue. Friday The music department ol the Woman's club Is meeting at the club house. The altar society of the Church of tile Immaculate Conception will have a benefit bridge and rook party at the home ol Mrs. Paul Grcen- wcll. Circles Study tic . t . WcmaubMd $t Africa! .'. In the" circles ''M the Vroman's Auxiliary of Ihe First PrcsUylcriim church, which nicl Monday, the programs were on "The Woman. hood of Africa." In.the business •' session the annual btrlhilay party to be given next Monday evening nt the church, was discussed.'This pa geant is to be the chief social activity of the year. Circle 1, Mrs. C. R. Babcock, . chairman, met with Mrs. E. C. Potton and Mrs. W. B. Tanner at the Patton home. Besides HID 12 inent- . .b«rs present there was a eucsl, ••'..-' Mrs. E. H. Hurley 'of Newport. ' Mrs. Marsl: M. Callaway conduct:•; ed Ihe devollonal and Ihe program •'. led by Mrs, Kdgar Borum, a&sist- | ..->-ed by Mrs. 0. M. Gray and Mrs. •• W. A. Dobyns. A salad course was served with t,ea. . , Mrs. J. B. Bell and Mrs. N. Johns cnlcrlained circle a, Mrs. George R. Crockett chairman, at .the Bel llmmc with 14 members present. Mrs. Ray Worthlngton and i Mrs. T. J. Mahan assisted Mrs. B. I R. Allen In the program. The host- tlie devotional and business session for circle 1, attended by 12 members. The Bible study was given by Miss Cordelia Wllhllc, taken Ironi the book of Acts. In the second group Mrs. T, H. Haynes gave the devotional with (he mcmbcis reading rcsnonslvoly from the fifth chapter of Matthew. After Mrs. Frank Simmons had led In prayer Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford presented the lesson on "Pioneer Women." There were seven present, Circle 3 was led by Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer nncl Mrs. R. A. Mahan :avu the mission study. Both led n prayer. There were eight prtwnt. The seven who attended circle 4 leard Mrs. E. B. Outlaw give the devotional and Mrs. J. F. Livingston conducted the mission lesson. A new member was Mrs. J. n. Ov- nent Circle B hart ten members present. After Mrs. Uoy Head had conducted the devotional Mrs. U. W, Mulllns offered prayer and Mrs Marlon Williams led the mission study. The business session was lee by Mrs. Robert Grlnus. * * * Wahl-Umnun. A marriage license has been Issued to Mrs. Zula Llnsman and Mr George Wall), both of here. * • * Grw-Molt. Miss Jewel! Molt nnd Mr. WU Ham Orecr, bolh of Tyler, Mu were issued n marriage license here Saturday. * • • Til Have Benefit Party. The nltar society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception will huve n benefit bridge nncl rook party Friday afternoan. 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Paul Greenwell, 1037 Clilcknsnwba nvcnnc. Tiie piiirs will be hosiery for high score nt each table. reservations may bu made by calling 258, Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise. Officers to Be Installed. The new officers of the Junior High Parent- Teacher association will be inslnllcd at the meeting to be held Wednesday afternoon. Mothers of students entering Junior high in September arc to be siwcial guests. • * * Council Meets. The Woman's Council of the First Christian church met with Mrs. J. C. Ellis Monday afternoon for a program and sewing party. With the Faith division In charge, ess served an: ice courst. ' Circle 3, Mrs. O. r.' Moss chairman, was' entertained by Mrs. 1 B. P. Kirsluier and Mrs. Byron Morse - a; the Morse home.- The six members present heard . Mrs. Dixie Crawford give the devotional and Mrs. James B. Clark led the program. Sandwiches,'' tea ' and mints were served. The Business Women's circle, which meets in Ihe evening, wns enlerlair.ed by Mrs. Robert E. Lee King, chairman, and Mrs. L. D. Chamblfn, at the home of tlw former. The chairman led the dcvo- . tional prior to the Bible study given by Mrs. Marsh M. Callnway, n guest. For. the program Mrs. Geo. Muir read a paper on the conditions of Africa. The. 13 present were served a frozen fruit salad. . canapes and iced ten. Dogwood P. T. A. Meets. Mrs. James B. Clark was the principal speaker nt the mcelln* of the Dogwood Parent-Teacher association Friday afternoon. Activities among the crippled children ol the County were explained along with a synopsis of the year's plans. Other numbers on the program were these talks: "Responsibility ol the Children In the Home." Mrs Andy Barker; "The Adolescen • Age," Mrs. Mary scrape; "Democracy in the Home," Mrs. Lcnnie Payne. » * * Clnb Has Picnic Supper. Miss Clara Ruble was hostess l( the Business and Professional Wo men's club last evening for a pic nlc supper at the Goff Hotel. .. The 14 present spread lunch it the club rooms. Informal discus sions were of plans for the annua entertainment of-the".gradur.irs o the city high' school. This year's affair will be a.moonlight picnic. Class Hcorganhci. : The 5A Sunday, schop! class of the Second Baptist church has been reorganized and these officers elected: Miss Eva Blanche Morris, president; Miss Margie' NIcr:lheim- er, rice president; Miss Christine - Turner, secretary; Miss Myrtle Bryant, treasurer; Miss Lclha Spiccr, reporter; "'— ---••• - . . teacher. Mrs. A. G. Hall, Mrs. George W. Bnvham aftci Mrs! Gordon Evrard >ok pnrl, on Mie program and Mrs. iarham conducted the business scs- lon. Tile 10 present were served re- reshmeiKs. * » * 'rojrrairt Given Mrs. W. M. McFarland was lead- r of (lie program given for the voman's missionary union of the second Bapllsl church Monday flcrnoon nt the home of Mrs. L. T. ABhcr when 19 members nnd hree visitors attended. "Our FOTCC Our Field" fas the subject.' Alter the Bible study, led by the eader, Mrs. J. C. Harnish offered iraycr. lalks were given; •Viewing Our Forces," Mrs. L C Shtriey; "Viewing Our Field," Mrs. 3eclt Parks; "How Our Forces 5rgnnize." Mrs. J. D. I5ookcr;"How Our Forces Work," Mrs. B. A. Morris; "How Our Field is Reached" Mrs. Clyde Ellis and "Tlic Line of Golden Thread." Mrs. Mary McAllister. i. playlet which illustrated theme Ihcsc look part: .Mrs. NOORAS, THIN WOOU-NS AND KLANNHS ARt CUTTING A WIDf SV/A1HE IN THl BEST P.tPCllS Ot fASUION I AND. "eovt - TMI SfT IS GIVING TKO^f unit WOOftN TO!CO(CAP^ A IARGE PIAV. TWiy Rl WAR- A8iE AMOWICKEOlY BLOOMING-. (KOCH ABOVt IS Of /, ' i- SOFT PiV)< ANGOftA! '"'' " cuf rs Of wmit PIQUt. l 7Ht I?1GMT IS A f(?OOK Of BI?OWN AMD XHITt SIRIP£0 WOO1 WILt wirn i ris WORM A WHITE •JACKET. AND \WIITI two p,ici TWIEO OQtSS At THE PiOHT HAS A wi SREEM PATfMT IrATUtlJ 6:11 AMP NOVEL COllARANJOCufFS O^ Vv'Hirt PlQut Osccola Society—Personal Mrs. Frank Howse led the lesson from the mission study text on work point' done lu the Islands of the Caribbean sea at the regular mission study meeting of the Method- Woman's Missionary society BRIDGE BV WM. E. McKKS'N'EV Secretary American Bridge League Perhaps the most abused bid i» contract bridge Is the foidng two- bid. • _ Bits of News Mostly Personal B. A. Morris. Phyllss Klnws, Mrs. C. C. Slankforrt, Mrs. Clint Dunlap, Mrs. Pleas Kimes, Mrs. J. W. Richards and Mrs. Robert Tnylor Prayers were offered by Mrs. L. T. Asher and Mrs. Clyde Ellla, • • t W. M. S. Sleds 'Hie 10 members of the woman's missionary society in Ihe First Methodist church vlio attended the meeting Monday nficrnoon, nt the church, heard Mrs. Roland Green give the program. She read Irom the Hlh chapter of St. John for the devotional This was followed with a voice solo by Miss Mary Ellen Slcvcns whc sang -My lliily," a prayer by Mrs R. N. Hill, a paper eiUltlod "Foreign Work In Poland" by Mrs. W Miss Maybelle Priest, The class has been named "Sun?, shine Girls" with "Always Shining ;i for Jesus" as the motto and the •1 sonc "Get God's SnnsVitnrt Tr,+« song "Get God's Sunshine Your Heart." Into reading "Tin Miss Mar: Lewis and Madeline Members of the "program committee arc: Misses Eva Blanche Morris, Margie Nicrsthclmer and Myrtle Bryant, and of the social committee, Misses Catherine Hol- lls, Earlcne " Reeves. * » » Clreka M«t. Circles of Hie Woman's Missionary union of the First, Baptist church met Monday afternoon with 1, 2 and 4 at the church, circle 3 , with Mrs. Sam Hall and circle 5 with Mrs. G. P. Smith. ; : Mrs. Walter . Bishop conducted Hisglnson and a iherokce Hose" by Cummlngs. • « t Slalc Officers Will Attend District Meet The presence of two stale fleers will feature the tuimia meeting of thn district confercnc ol American Legion auxiliary t be held here Wednesday, May 20 Mrs. Tom Johnson of Dermott, th department's president, and Mr Jesse Cox of Little Reck, the dc liartinent secretary, will be guests of honor. Mrs. Howard 1\. ftoclor, district president, Is In charge ot the program lo be held in the alternoon beginning with R luncheon at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Edgar Borum, chairman of unit activities, is in charge of the luncheon. Delegates and visitors are expected to attend from the units at Jonesboro, Earlc, Marlon, Trumann, Lcpam 0| Marked Tree and Blytheville. Mrs. Ncill Reed is president of the local unit which will entertain the conference. J. E. Ciltz has returned from Memphis where ho was at n clinic for two days. He Is now feeling much bctlcr. D. Fred Taylor jr., of Osccoln, atlended lo business here yesterday. John Moblcy returned to Lilllc RocX yesterdny after spending the week-end here. He wns accompan- ed by Miss Mamie Ulylhc who pent (he week-end with her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Greene. Louie Isaacs has returned from he Memphis Baptist liosiittal 'here he underwent an operation or appendicitis. He Is now esclng. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Meyer and on, Carol jr., of Eudoi'a, spent the •cek-end wltli Mr. and Mrs. Wal- cr Roscnllml ai^ their mollili 1 , frs. Anna Wctnberg. C. V. Sebaugh returned last light froln Little Rock where lie (tended to business for two clay; Mrs. T. G. Seal, who has been -eriously ill al Ihe Gartlcy Ramay hospital in Memphis from icrvous breakdown, is much bcl- cr today. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Palton have ns their guest Mrs. Patlon's sister Mrs, O. H. Hurley, ot Newport She returned home Sunday \vilh Mrs. Patton who spent several dnys 'here. Mrs. W. L. Horner and son have returned from Whcalley. Ark. where they visited relnllves fnr a week. Mr. Horner went for (hem Sunday. George R. Crockett left talay for a business trip to Poplar Bluff and other points of southeast Missouri. Miss Marglicritc PcSelt. of New Orleans, left today for DCS Molnes. Iowa, after spending several tinys with Mrs. H. T. Rylee, She formerly lived here. Luxora Seniors • to Get Diplomas ; Thursday Night LUXORA, Ark.-Thc Bacenlaii'r- cate service lor the seniors of ,uxora high school was held at the ilgh school auditorium' Sunday, .lay 10, nt 11 a. m. Tlw Rev. C. O. Hall delivered the 3ac"calaureale sermon. Special music was furnished by a choir, anS a trio consisting of Mrs. J. M. Ma- ors, Mrs. P. B. Kinsolvln <md Mrs. B. o. Wilkins sans "Sllll With nice." , The graduation exercise. 1 ; for the Uixora \\ig\t .school seniors will be nelt! at tlu high school auditorium Tliuwclaj- evening. May 14, at. o'clock. The program Is as follows: Invocation Rev. C. 0. Hal! Junior Tribule, Charles Blllingsley Salulory Madeline Major* Mantle Orallon .. C. B .Wood Jr Valedictory Mildred Majors Gradualion Address Rev. P. B. Klnsolvir Song —"At the End ot a Pcrfcci Day*"—Mildred Galyeai Presentation of Diplomas. The members of Ihe senior clns. arc: Madeline Majors, Mildred Maj ors, Madge Davis, Mildred Gal yran. Morine Fardccccy, Esthe Whitney. Victoria Laylc, C 1 Woo<l Jr.. Carroll James C. O. Hal Jr., John Evans, Frank Robinson Fred Shoclm, A. B. Rozzcll. On Tuc.silny altenioon nt 2:3 o'clock there will be ri formal pre fcntation of the Senior Mcmoria a fins i»lc. on the school campus An Appropriate program has bcc arranged by the members of til class. Monday afternoon. Twelve members were present. Members of Ihe Baptist Woman's Missionary union at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. M. L. Summers Monday spent the lime sew- irig for the Baptist Training school at Louisville, Ky. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Anderson of Harllngen, Texas, are hi Osceola or an extended visit with Mis. Anerson's parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. Coston. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams of Llltle Rock spent the week-end wllh Mrs. Adams' mother, Mrs. John White, where Ihcy were joined y Jap White of St. Louis. They .'ere accompanied by Miss Linda Wiles of Utlle Hock who was the wctk-end jrucsl of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.' Carhvriglit. Forty little friends of Eugene lutlc-r, .small son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben !•'. Butler, joined him yester- lay afternoon In celebration of his fourth birthday. Games were en- loycrt throughout tlw afternoon with prizes in a scramble for candy ;lsses won by Ethel Wayne Dent, of 31ythcville and Btucc Ivy jr., of Osceola, and delicious Ice cream was served with the birthday cake. Dwlght Blackwood, slate highway commissioner, John Blackwood and Mrs. Belva Marlin, all oj Little Rock, spent Mother's Day in . Ma'jwith their mother. Mrs. taicy Sawyer, who is seriously til. They were joined here by their sis- ers, Mrs. Uoyles of Blythcvlllc and Mrs. M. T. Olds of Paris, Tenn. Mrs. Sawyer's condillon today is reported unimproved. F. A. While spent Mother's Day wllh his ipolher, Mrs. J. Wnllsr While, In Conway, Ark., He was accompanied by D. S. Laney, who was a business visitor in Conway over the week-end. Mrs. o. E. Massenglll was called to Harrlsburg Monday following the sudden death of her rather, A. S. Bradsher. Mr. Mauen- gill «ill join her there today where funeral services will be held from the family residence. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hayden of Carulhcrevillc, Mo., spent the week-end here with Mrs. Haydcn's emits, Mr., and Mrs. W. U Moore, nd her grandmolher, Mrs. Nancy Sawyer. Mr. arid Mrs. John Douglas are be parents of a daughter born at their home here May 4th. She 'IRS been named Peggy Anne. Mrs. A. W. Bowen and Mrs. S. il. Hodges relurned yesterday rom a visit with Mrs. Hodges, Mrs, R. M. Stovall, and Mr. Stovall at ioudan, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. George Doyle spent Sunday in Jonesboro, with their laughter, Miss Elizabeth Doyle, \vho altends Jonesboro A. and M col- ege. Announcements are received by riends in Osceolr, of the marriage if Miss Norn French of Shrcveport, ^a., and Dr. Jnmcs S. Sortar of Ray-yule, La. Miss French former- If the beginner iias lawn up me straight forcing system at contract he Is pos«sEe'J with the idea that every good-looking hand should be opened with a forcing two-bid. The majority of experts today, who use and advocate the forcing two-bid, rarely make one. game with a probable Inj-caixl Generally speaking, five lo five and one-half quick lilcks are required to make an opening two-bid, although there are tyi>es ot hands that can be bid Uo with only four to four and one-half quick tricks, esiicelally the powerful two- suit hands. I'AUTNER'S RESPONSE TO A FORCING BID When partnei- has made mi I This denies any ol the abovo hold- lisas ana gives partner an 3;>p-jr- uiuuy to snow anom:r sim. il ni'i 1 shows a second sun anci you cannot, support tins siui, you aie required lo go to tnree no tnimii iis tuc bidding limn te kepi oix'ii uiuil yume is Lirnvcu at. Geu- cutily, though, v.'litn jiariiui 1 snoivn a wo-suii hand, It is uaiu'i 1 to !>!i|)|jurl une ul piiiinvi's ijius rather thiui go to three no trump, imicis you have tile oli:er tv:o suus (Copyright, 19J1, NEA Service, it:iuu lllattieu Tor iJivutv MUaiiOGEE, Oklahouu, Inc) original forcing two of a suit bid, — Uecaute nor : " ....... ieiy iiiH&e one — —---.a t.,u v , ,^ DU^L. uiu, Tlie beginner at contract will h . e ^ naturally hoping for a 6lam. force when lie should bid one, bid one on hands lliat should be bid two or if he gets a hand that contains a lot of high card tricks, will become excited and will bid three or four. Tile requirements lor a forcing two-bid system should not be made unless you are prepared lo play a game-goln«; In the straight forcing are ralher simple. It declaration, even if partner's band does not contain n (rick. It U a demand bid and not only do:s it require partner to keep the bidding open, but you are also obliged to kce|> Hie bidding open until a game-going declaration is arrived at, therefore you should not bid two on any hand that is not npl to produce game in itself. In our previous article wo Icarne:! that partner is required lo keep all of your bids open with one nnd one-half tricks, llierefore it is not necessary to make an forcing bid If one and tricks are required to produce gam Tivo quick tricks in your hand will generally produce a small slam Holding less llian thai, the proper responses are as follows: Holding four small Irump, or queen, 10, 10, which is considered normal trump supiwrt and one quick trick on the side, raise partner's suit, in supporting partner's suit, you must raise the full extent of your hand at unee. If you have It Is quite true that we have some hands that will .produce panic if partner's hand contains only one probable Irick, but these arc handled with nn original bid or three, normal support in partner's suit and enough.probable tricks lu raise partner's bid to four or five, do so immediately. Holding a -Jldcaalo ;iill and one quick trick, show your suit. Holding no biddable suit and not normal support tor partner, but one and one-half to two quick tricks, bid three no trump Partner may now be able to take- you to a slam declaration or si:ow another suit. Holding better than two quick original i tricks and no biddable suit. Invite one-half partner lo go lo a slam by bidding four no trump. Holding three quick tricks or which requires partner to go toJ mist answer better and no biddable suit, bid six no tramp. OH all minimum holdings which re less than described .atove, you in Juane tne radio an ni indian girl, nleii lor aivoi'C;, accoidiiiij lu Her Piles Healed After 20 Years Mrs. U. E. Mast, BIT Soiilh 7th St., Goshen, Ind., who was I'ntivt'Jy healed of Piles and other Kcctal Ticubic after suffering a years, urges all sufferers to write Tliu Thorntciii i; Minor Clinic, Smio 71U. ICO McUec St., Kamas Cily, Mo., lor a new Ifce copyi'lyhuu" Ijoyk \\hich tells all aboul Hemorrhoids qillco), fistula and other forms ot rectal diieaaes and which lully explains a safe, sure, mild Ucalmcnt, that lias restored more thiui 40,000 r.lllicleil i>eop!u to renewed health. There is no cost err obligation. —Adv. two no trump. Walpole Electric Shop Fans Cleaned aiul U Phone 3U Courier. News Want Ads Pay. Elephant Butte Reservoir Brightens Crop Outlook HOT SPRINGS, N. M. (Ul 1 )- Wlth sufficient water clammed College Mistake for Some Girls, Says Aged Dca \VELLESLEY, Mass.. (UP)—Fr some girls it is a mistake to go 1 collcE?. in the opinion of UM Alice Waite of Wellesley Collcpr. v\w \s soon to retire after 35 years service. Young women should consltL:r ihcir luturcs seriously before commuting themselves to lour years y lived in Osceola and lias many friends here. The ceremony was wrformed in Oak Grove, La., and he couple will make their home in Rayville, where Dr. Sortar is a practicing physician. Mrs. I.. Howion is reported im- iroving as rapidly as possible fol- owing a serious operation i>cr- :ormed at the Baptist hospital in Memphis Thursday. Mesdamcs Emma Bfickcy, J. Y. Jones', and George A'arey of Osceola ahd Mrs. F. Nf. Bonds of Lus- ora. visited Mrs. L. Howion at the Bapllst hospital in Memphis yes- 'erday. Mrs. John Cramer Is in the Bap- 1st hospital In Memphis where she is under the care of a socialist. Opens Beauty Shop OSCEOLA, Ark.. May 12.—Mrs. Alma Wise has oiicned the Ainu Beauty. Shoppc In the Masonic building on Highway 01 in Dsceola. Mrs. Wise was lonncrly associated with Mrs. Borum In Ihe Borum iicauty Shop. SEATTLE. (UP)—While for fish worms, George W. Summers unearthed a complete set of counterfeiting dies for the niami- faotiire of spurious $20 gold pieces, silver dollars and half dollars. in the Elephant Bultc up of academic activity which miphl rcfervc-ir.' prove Of little benefit to them, ;ic- near here, to supply Ihe Mason's i cording lo Dean Wailc. needs, farmers in New Mexico nntl| "H Is a great plly that slris i cc i Texas, receiving water from the. there is a stigma attached to rot dam for irrigation, need not worry j coinc to college, mid that once ir over their crops. L. R. Fiock, superintendent or the irrigation project, also s.,i:rt that prospects arc bright for n fair increase from the annual snow run-off soon due. If the run-nif Is normal, H will provide a two- years' suply, bo believes. The quantity of water ij 0 «- |,i storages is 1,243,491 acre feet. Dyr-| tiers ing 1330 there was an actual crease In storage if 23583 feet. to college, and that once i ff'.'.cga they feel it is disgrace icnve and make other plans,' she Corn, Callous, KIH>(S ;md Al Comt Out—Vain Gone Instantly. >SHOKS DONT HURT RESULTS GUARANTBKI Many a man and woman has ex claimed O-Joy when they found lllelr corr ,s and callouses gone- to|p a | n gonc-nnd slices hurting iv ! nort . 8 p ay a dime for an envelop, "-' iOf six O-Joy Corn Wafers. Press .. .T; ~ I ~ 'a water, thin ns nai»r, on th vr VI I , Bu51ncss ,, ; ? 1l »"'l« Jcorn. slip on shoes, pain is gone \bMA Arizona,. (UP. _ T lr! utc r peel oft wafer and out conic rattlesnakr business lMit«lu( „;„„, S 011S . lx)ols am , a! ,. A!Ka ™ h i " ,™ "'• " rsr 'l"tcl- guaranleed, No bulky dough Lore, where last year 1800 live r.n-! nul 'p,^ or burning acids. Just a -; far were caught and sold. this year, probably i half a dozen have t wafer, thin as paper. Avoid hlgh- 'c to nn! rr priced substitutes. 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