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Wednesday, January 22, 1930
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· PAGE 'TWO. x'HE DAILY COURIER, COMNKLLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1930. Marriage- of Ruth E. Lewellen And diaries WJVleans, Announced A wockling of exceptional" interest; took place last Armistice Day, November 11, iit Oakland, Mel., when Mies K u t h 10. IvOWelle-31, (laughter of Mi 1 , and Mrs. H. J. Lewellon o f , 601 Johusttjn avonuo, became the, bride of Clmrlei! W. Means, son ot Mr. nnil Mrs. T. II. Means of 252 East Fairviow uve- tho' church pastor officiating, ' Mr. and Mrs. Means «re well-known members of the younger set. The "bride was graduated from Iho Con- iiellfjvlllo High School w i t h tho class of .I92R. - J l r . Means io employed )y tho T.r|-Stnte Hoofing Company of Unlontowu. The couple l o f t this MRS. A, K, TIKKKBKEO HOKOREJ) WITH D I N N E R AT HAIMUUGH'S ·One of tho most, charming ovonta of Hie week -WUH a chickn and waffle dinner, perfect in. every detail, given | last night at tho "W.. IS, Harbaugh ' home, near Pcnntiville. by "tho Glad-U- Kutu CHib in honor of Mrs. A. 1)1. i Herx.bP-rg: of .St.. Louis. .Covers were · laid for two«ty-«ix gucwts, Thci ap- j pointmen.ts were (iigniJicant of Valent i n e .Day ami was u n u s u a l l y b o a u t j f u l . The center of t h e " table was" ni'tin- montd w i t h ;i mound of largo red |)ot))iie.s. Favors w o r n small red hoxcn Hlk-:! w i t h heart- shaped candy. F o l l o w i n g ( h o d i n n e r t h o remainder Of. the evening was given over to eards 1 and mtiHtc, Mlfr« Ro«e Bohn of Scottdale and Mrs. R. M. Evans of Plttsburg wore cnl-of-town gties»tn. M\~n. Her/.- i j havg, who will be romc'inbered as Mini' | : Hllsie Widmer, is vlri.USng at th(^ homo I of hor father. Victor W l d m n r oC We--) t j Gibivon avenue. Tho regular meeting j of t h e - c t u h will be held Monday n i g h t nue. The ceremony, marked by quiet iworalnjr for Cumberland, whore the} simplicity, was solemnized In 'the will' reside temporarily. Methodifit Protcetant parsonage', HOSPITAL AUXILIARY PLANNING · .FOR TEA TO BEClVEN FEBRUARY 13 Preliminary plan's for;"a-tea were submitted by Mrs. Fretl-'ff. .OoperJiKuV chairman of the ways anil means -com- mltteo o£ tho Women's Auxiliary to (he CvmuellsvHlo State,' Sospit'aJ, at JUMOK Cl.T/'B MEMBERS DISCUSS VV'OHO IN' PMILAXTHllOI'V : . One ot tie beet as well'ae entertain- iiXB .tr»eetin«s ot t h e - J u n i o r Gulhir« · - - ' · · · the cvwnellsviilo state, Mospuaj, Ht j.Qlxvb WOB he Id-Tuesday night -In t h e - J a n u a r y meeting of. th* auxiliary j ^ fl j)'" rcWln; ^' a t thej e.arnegi« Tuesiluj" afternoon 1n the -3 v , ! lti8n ^ ;i .'bVary' MUn 1'ftwl.ence C u l t u r e Club rooms a t - the-- CAruegio.-jj m $£- ol ,|ia "progmfti, which dealt Free Library. Mrs- Meyer, Aw the. ^^,, w)rjl6n ^ Phl , ant h rO py.» . ; . president, was in charge of ^^t^-Ml^'Helen - -Sar-r. conirim'itfed . a '·p-Jano »oio. "i'TH*-iKsgfon-,"' after--which t-iim-'iHnHn nuJnbfri'8, "Tho Swoh ul o," - uncl · "Adoration," wero liy John Onten, accompanied by -life who. The tea will be held ' lemoon, February 13, in Club rooms and will be chara'etbrizett ^ by a brilliant musical program, to ho contributed by prominent local a,nd out-of-town talent. The hours arc from 2:30 to '1:30 o'clock. Following a discussion. o£ tho event by the auxiliary women it was decided to turn all arrangements over to tho ways and moan* committee-, composed of Mra. Opporman, Mrs. H. T. Sullivan, Mrs. J. Donald Porter, Mrs. Paul T. Kam- eror and Mrs. C. K. Carson, Sr. All vice-presidents; o£ .tho; auxiliary,- n(so other members, w i l l -he-called upon-to cooperate with the committee In making the tea a success. This being tho first social event to be given for some months by tho organization, tho tea promises to be one- of tho most delightful affairs of the- season. Mru. Opperman also gave a report of tho auxiliary's gifts to the patients at tho Connellsville State Hospital on Christmas. At the, December meeting the organization voted to set aside a sum of money, not exceeding $60, to bo used toward spreading cheer among the sick and wounded at the hospital. The- buying was In charge of the ways and means committee and a total of $-19.44 was expended. Ten dollars of th',^ amount was spent for tootli paste, tooth brushes, soap and wash cloths tor all the patients. Other g i f t s wero: Quo dozen pain; o-f men's slippers, a dozen pairs of men's socks, one half dozen pairs ot women's slippers, six outing flannel Kow;i3 for women, three pairs of children's sllppc-rs, £our woolen shawls, candy, nuts and popcorn. A number of ii'dividnal gifts were received (from members. Mrs, Aaron appointed Mrs. John B. Da-viu and Mrs. Laura Piersol u com- j,will bo played, nitttoe to visit the hospital and. report at. the next regillar meeting on Tuesday, February IS. It was voted that Mrs, Aaron be r i v e t i tho power to appoint a commit- too to go over the" by-laws and revise thorn. This committee will bo named at t U o next meeting. Mrs. II. C. lloffnuin, financial socro- re-ported having received $!) dur- Dorothy Gruen, a:..pla«o. sold, sle tar, Miss Oi'ttl JV!P,.-. . LI*Oni . i,tU43MW,F W J V 1 , A mo'st'-ixcellen't report, "Educating "Woman P('T Home," wne given lay Mm. Sarah P-etwlermaeher. The value of cooking, r-awing, health, ac well bn love for nature, 'plus knowledge of buslnecB management, was stressed 'by Mrfi.'Fonstermnclier. . synopsis of the life ot, Florence e-", wa« read by Mise Margaret Wci-Bhing, after which Mliis Caroline cathcarte presented a papor on "Wonvn in Public Influence" Two vocal sol a, "Still as tho Night," and "fn the Gloaming," were rendered by Mtes Helen Bai-r, accompanied by J e a n Hoover. Whistling eolos. "Tut Patlu," "Painting tho Clouds With Hunshin-i" and "Tiptoe Through the' Tulip. 1 ," were delightfully giyen hy Miss Veeta Conner, Miss Alice Willlanm' entc-r- talned w i t h a plano^solo, "Minuet." The entire program way well received. A eliori business meeting, presided over by the president, Mlae Susan Hicks, was held. A program on "Science,'' will oe given at the noxl meeting, Tuesday evening, February 4. The c l u b has completed arrangements Eo" a benefit card party 1 night, J unitary 28, in the club rooms. Tho pro'-ecd« aro to he need toward defrayfnr, the expenses In connection with the correction of eyes of the needy children. Tickets for the hone- lit may !e purchased from ony of tho club girls, liridgo .and five hundred t a r y Ins the last month. MISS NELLIE HAIR HIUD OF T K A C I i K l t TRAIN ISO CLASH A meeting of the Teacher Training Clai*j of Trinity Lutlioran C h u r c h was held Monday n i g h l at tho homo - of Misses Nellie and Florence Balr, 825 Mon-ell avenue, Greenwood. Officers for tho ensuing year were elected u« follows: President, Nellie Bair; vice- president, Eleanor Shultx; secretary, Florence Balr; treasurer, Violet Korns; p u b l i c i t y manager, Irene .Beck; elclc committee, Catherine Tremba. Tho latter part of the evening wa« pivon over to AV. K. Tietbohl, the toa'jhev, who aided in reviewing the textbook in preparation for tho examination In which the pupils are soon to take part. Music and other on tor tii In mo rit werp enjoyed by all, atlin- w h i c h a delicious lunch Was .served. til! K E N W O O D FANCY WORK C L U B ' I'LANS f'Oit 'J.TKKEY D I N N E R Tho Greenwood Fancywork Club wad d e l i g h t f u l l y entertained Tuesday a f t e r n o o n Ity Mr«. Joseph Dlxon at her home |n Bast Crawford avenue. It wsi* tho J a n u a r y gathering of the cluh and d u r i n g the business meeting plans wero made for the" annual turkey dinner to be held T.uesctay afternoon, February -1, at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. F. C. Rose, North Plttsburg street-. At (His U'me election o". officers for the- year will take place. Twelve members were present. Fancywork was the diversion of tho a t t r - r n q o n . Mns. Dir.on served dainty re) refitments. She was assisted by Mrs. M a r v Hrashoar. . C. ». A. W i l l . C. B. A. will moot t o n i g h t i-inl luil! of the I m m a c u l a t e u CMutrth. MRS. ,1. I. ENTERTAINS KINO'S DAUGHTERS The Ring'tt Daughters Trtnlly Lutheran Church met last night In tho homo of Mrs. John I. Zimmerman of Hlllcrest. Thirty-eight memberi- were present. Mrs. C. Hoy Yiotzel, (he president, was In charge and was loader of the devotlonala. A social h ' i u r wa«! enjoyed. Refresh-' moats v. ero nerved 'by a compost-d of MVH. ZlmmeruUm, Mr«. D. K. . A r t m a n , Mr«. Sarah Weimer, Mrs. A r ' h u r G. Itessler, Mrs. Charles I,. Worl , MlMs Madge Wild and MUsn Evo!!yn /Slrrmiernlan. FORWARD CLASS ['LANS FOR C I I I G K K V SUPJ'KK Mrs. c, H. Williams was hos'tess at. the Jairtary tneeting of the Forward Class (if i ho Greenwood Methodist I C h u r c h last ui{?ht at her South ISlghth etreet, Orneii- woocl. Plans were completed for a cliiclcpn und biscuit supper In Febru- 1 ary in the Dunn-Paine Building. Eighteen members and oive guest were present. L u n c h was served. The committee lor February consists of Mra. Myrtle Boyd, Mrs. Guy Colborn, Mrs. 'W. E. i'.c-nolt, Mrs. Ray ISllouberger and Mi s. J. L. Cyp-hor. N. C. D. CLASS GIVES SB1U5 TO BUILDING FUND 1 The 'N'. C. D. Class' o-f the First M e t h o d i s t Kplscopal Church met last night ;it the church with the president, Mrs. L. S. Michael, presiding, The attendance was unusually large. Business of a routine natnro was transacted.' The class voted to pay at , once ?1 ^5 toward the church building ' fund. Pkuu were discussed for a covored-, dish l u n c h e o n , the date^ to' be an; nouncc-l Jatcr, A d0!icious-!unch was served. in the- homo of Franklin avenue. Misn Alta Ll'.'K ETTA LOl»«K OFFICKKS H O N O K K I ) WITH DINS Kit The new officers of Leo K t t a T-.ndgo, No, 51fi, bad'tes' Auxiliary to tho B, of R. T., wore e n t e r t a i n e d with a delicious chicken d i n n e r last night In Odd Fellows Hall by tho. 1029 officers. Tho tables wore b e a u t i f u l l y deco'i-utod !n the lotK?e colors, red, svhltc and green. The table committees consisted of Mrs. Ktlzaboth K«jj, Mrs. Blanche i-ery, Mi's, Qortrudo 1/owery anti Mrs. Delia Beig'hley. Covers wero laid for twenty-five. Those hi charge of the k i t c h e n ' were Mrs. Llnnlo McKitrick, MM. Clara. Witt, Mrs. Anna Hist, and Mrs. Helen Conner, "Tfliey were assisted by several nietnbors. F-tillowing Iho supper the regular e e t l n j j of t h e lodpro was held. At. tliJs time 0.110 ap})llcation for meiu- hership was reci-lved. Plans were made for a card party in February. The committee consists of Mrs. Carrlo Smith, Mra. Sadie Welling, Mrs. Sophia Carlson, Mrs. Bessie Conner and Mrs. Elizabeth Kopp. F. AND M. CLUB ( J I V K S SHOWER KOK MRS. K K i ' P Mrs, W, E. Sepj) ot tlio Wesley Apartments was- Vnuored with- a .shower at the regiilar meeting of i h o ·F. and M-. Club, of which she IK a member, Monday night at the home of Mrs. Frank Boyd of East Aprfle s t r u c t . Eight members wero present. Mrs. Se-pp, who beforo her -marriage wits Miss Mabol Baldwin, was pi-ofieirrd wlth_a diozon of bf'autiful etched gli-iss goblets and s-herberU. Lator In tlio e v n n i n g dainty refreshments were served. .Miss Margaret Wershing will entertain tho club Monday night, February 3, at tier borne in South ConnellsTille. The class planned for flu annual banquet Wednesday night, February 1^, at the W. E. Harbaugh home. MRS. K, M. JKVAN'S LEADKR OF LITEIIAHY CLUB PKOURAM Tho Criterion 1/lterary Club liekl a most Inter-efltlng meeting last night at Iho home of Mr.«. George B. Baker, East Apple litreet. Mrs. R. M. was leiidcr of the program, hor being "Tho Paalina." She dwtlt at length on the 110th Paalm and plained tho psalme regarding prayers for the pardon of ninfl, the thanksgiving psalm, tho pealms of the- revelation of God's goodness and tho psalms of prophecy. Light refreshmente were, served at the close of tho program. The next meeting will' bo h»ld Tueaday night, February 4, at. tie home, of Mrs. T. W! of Scot.t, East Codflr avenue. Tin* characters of tho Bilde will be discussed. MllS. J I A I U I V DULL GIVKS DIN'NKK FOR A. K. ^V. CLUB L/ovely In all Its appolntmumtH W«H a Valentine d i n n e r fflven last night by Mrs. .Harry Dull at hor^homo in South Pittfiburg street for the niDm- bers of the A. K. W. Club. Covers were laid for twelpo. The- tabio presented an exceptionally attractlvo appearance. The c^ntcrpleco, a rnound of rod roses, was flanked with tall red taperu In crystal holders. Favors were red- hat« and valentines. Bvidgo supplemented tho dinner, Umie tables of playors partlclpiiMngr in Uhe KameH. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. ,J. Itoy llenry and Mr«. Frank K. Bailey. All members were present, OUTWARD CLASS HOLDS M O N T H L Y JIKimsr, Tho month Sy business and social mooting of the Onward Class of the First Methodist Protestant Ohurch was hekl las.t ulght at the homo of Mra. James Feign, South Plttsliurg atveet. ..ilighteen members were present. In the absence of the president, Miss Esther 1 .Holt, Mrs. Peish presided. Business of a routine nature was transacted after which a social hour was enjoyed. Lunch was served by Mrs. Pe-igh, Mra. Harry He-tzel, Mrs. Jol Vernon and Mrs, Hugh Stillwagon. Is Old Gold Weather FEEL BETTER" _.-.,, 6 BELL-ANS "^.j Hot water Sure Relief FOR IMDIGESTIOM 254 and 754 Pk^s.Sold Evervwhem MRS. ( OLE.WAX T;5TKRTAl?fS 1JEHEAN BIHLE CLASS i[rs. E. ii. Coleman entertained the Rorean Bible Class of tho First Baptist" Clmrch last night at her home In Mori'ell avoniio. Greenwood. Eleven' members wore present. The rer.ular tireoiiwood. b u s i n e f - i moating waa held, after w h i c h a social h o u r was enjoyed. Readings were ;!ven by Mary Ellen Payne, g r a n d d a u g h t e r of the hostetjH, and p i a n o mrnbors by Mrs. Jesse Brown. .\!rn. C'nl'eman serv-ed delicious rofresii- m o n t s . yii.s was ns-sisted by hor d.;u:-L-h!"i-, Mrs. Charles V. Payne uhid Mis.s i'lorunc-o Ruuiffor. One ^ - - · ' - . . Mrs. S nitli, of S t a t u College was p u r . :-h« l« a nleco of Mrs. Frances, president of tlio cla«n. \Vili .Sponsor Th« 'Ansi-rlcan Ui-Kion v,-ill H :i p i n y , " A u n t b o K i \ un \Vfdi\i:s«lay a m i u i s h t t F e b r u a r y J:^ u m l Meets Thursday. There- will toe- a postponed meeting of t.he Unity Fraternity on Thureday evening in the West Crawford avenue club rooms, It will ho tho first session fi.lnco the Inauguration' on tho 'new officers and a program for the remainder of tho winter w f l t IJQ out- linod. A good turnout is anticipated. What a fist and friendly selling job O L D G O L D does for Itself! In three years of n a t i o n - v i d e · distribution, it has put that buff-and-gold package in millions of pockets ; . . and handbags! . . . BETTER TO B A C C C S --that's why their smoothness is irresist ble . . . their flavor more delightful . . . P.-oof? . . , It's in the first package and youi throat can be judge and jury. BETTER TOBACCOS i,-v-.^ make the difference ' ; , , , . , , r ot e c o u g h in · c a r l o a d " MOZART C1U1J VI ,L MKK't TJ UltSDAV NIGHT The Mofcarl C l u b will meet Thure(lay evening ;U iho Christian Church. Mm. .1'. GigliotU wl 1 bo lewder of the program. Hautlel A ill be studied. Surprise BIH Kar.ty-two ot Mr#, son's nelghbora t e i prlsis p a r l y ia.Ft nig t.he VaimlcrMll roa auulvornary of her of Die evening were m e n t a l mus'.R, five games;. Ijtmch was evening. Guests IE Ifailoatown. irtny Party, Charles K. Andpr- ciored hor a sur- it at hor homo on In -honor of tho lrth. Amusements vocal and miwlred and other serred.rlnri.nff the. eluded thrso from Tho American L Dnnbar w i l l meet tho Legion roome. Iho auxiliary will salmagundi party t Harry AInslay of bors of the Am at auxiliary are Invite a gueet If desired awarded. Shower for Mrs. Alton CoHx cent brSdo was ten oiia HVrww at the Sister Council of Mystic Chain hall, erf MTU. Collmr.t, Mise Mil-drd nyi o!' a1 tractive awl was served. II rartj. igion Auxiliary of Thursday night in On Friday night entertain at a : the home of Mr». 'ochln. All mom- cau Legion and 1. Each may bring PrlaoB will bo i l l be served. tocent Bride. ·t of Dawson, a re- lered a meetlng of fiilerty loyor last night In Members pro-sent- tvho was formerly er, wltli a ninnber aeful -glR.8. Umch Licensed I] Uutontoivn. f.'arJ Franc-is 1 Daw son and BlJa Helms o-f Mouth Brownsville and Frain.k \.i. C'ortoai i nci Rose Agues McCary ot L-ilsonrin ; wore lic-enuod to wed in Union town ALLEN J. LOTTERY OF HAW EDSVILLE The Courier. Jan. 22.--A Hen J. '.(1, died at his home UiBt evening at 8 With Mm. Mra. B. F. "\Yagaman -will onterUiin the Coterie C l u b Friday a.ftemoon at her home iu Boutli N i n t h s;truGt, Local Girl Licensed, Edward Lewis of Somerset a n d lua Evelyn Halle of Connellavllle, took out a license to wed In 'Unioutown. Looking- for Burg-'nins i .If so, read tho adverMs-ing columns of The Dally Courier. - - ' .; I'la.v. on A u x i l i a r y Luchi," 10 I Thuj'sday 1-i, lit U Hiph iohool Atuliiorlvaii) ulimlAoolitgham writes Minds gain S to 15 Iba. iu 3 wnektt with DBW fronired Yenst. Skin cJauru llko juagic. NorviiH, coab'tlpnliou vnnlsli ovsmliht. Get Ironhed Yeast tablet:! data .druggist today. Special to OONPI/UEJ.VCK, Lowory, Gd year ( near Ilurneds^'ill' o'clock aCter 10 aya of llliie»a from heart trouble. I\ r. bowery was en- gagod as :i mine .'oratrian for several years. Formerly ao was a Baltimore Ohio brakemai between · Connolla- vlllo and Fairmoi '. and on Iho lluo to I'lancl. He vae a mornber of the rhood of B' ill road Trainni-en at Cuni'berlaiul. H-e had not been employed by th-e ral road company for a cjuartor of a cent- ry'btit still held his membership in U e trainmen's organ- isation. Me wap nftma brouhcr, Samuel Mrs. JuMii Holme 1 nister in Pittsbur ;. The body was r movod to the untlor- tnltln-i; rooms of 0. 11. Humbert. The f u n e r a l will proh. hly be Friday morning at 10 o'clool at the homo at Ilar-nodsville. rled. H-o leaves a t Coal R u n , a sister, of Moyersdale and a ti Kuppor. Tho E. D u n n 'hiss of ilie wood M. E. S. K. ,vtll -give a s p a g h e t t i H i i p p e r at t h e fo'n ier Clolbuial lloataur- nnl, North 1'itUib irg strout, T h u r B d a y e v e n i n g , J a n u a r y liii. at 6:30, at w h l i ' h Major J o h n 1C. I ialui H'ii! it'll i'f t' ! U p r n g r u s a o f Iho e f f u r i H I n d a m I h u Y o n g l i , A ;i«ii(l -iiiuin;! 1 and I n t u r o s t - ing side- l i g h t s 01 I lie »iu«t a l i v e l o p l u of t h i i lU.y for '·oiiiiuHsviilo -for 7Cu jior ·dlrnior.--Ad artsom-ent.--^^jun-lt. mencsL is paying a If *Tl "f record tribute to these two great cars--- 7 u u ^ u u u more B T T T r f ^ I T " C : M U 1 i iv 5 i n o p e r a t i o n t o d a y than any one of the fifteen other makes in BUICK'S field! $23,000,000/V vested by motorists in new MARQUETTES | d u r i n g t h e few] ^ i months this car hast been on the market! The proof of value is in the buying, /jnerica is buying BUICK. and MARQUETTE1 1 You, too, will proEt by making BUICK. ot MARQUETTE your choice. UETTE YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY 312 Souili rittsburj? .Street. WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE OUILT s » s BUICK WILL BUILD THElf 1 PUZZLES FINANCIERS N'K\V YORK, .la-n. and f i n a n c i a l circles hero wero puz/.led today by news that !corp- H. n » r r , New York banliw, lia.d purchased a -10 POT cent Interest in th-e Denver Salt Lake Railroad Company for $3,000.000. Th-e railroad controls tho LVloffat tunnel through the Continental Divide in Colorado uriclar a 09-year agro-o- riven t. Burr acquired 20,000 ot the road's SO,000 K'haren of common .stock from tlio ft-UHt-cosf nt $160 a f - f i a r c , « itriro whliih WUH agroad upon only after a long H-er.loB of coiiferoucoH. Tlio baukur tuknltUnl that, otliera wero concerncil in tho deal, but wo-uW not say who t h e y woiv. "Others ai e inter-esled and possibly H n n n r i o i i n c f mcni will IM," made about It w i t h i n - t l ; e no-xt few days," Burr said. " i ' f r i K l n g Kuoh annimncennjint, I oan «vy nothing alxiul it." 1-f tho pu"chafle WUH ma do on Ixs- lutlf of ono "f Uie major raIIrojul.sys- tems, it was further wondered just how tho l l n » a-nd the tunnel will fit Into thoir ·expansion program. Tho Denver Halt Uvkc i« a sliort lino of a bo-it 2T-0 mllee, chiefly important an ;·,, connoctlnc; link because of it* control of tho tunnel. Tho Happy MUerablv Before yun syiistjathlze with folks who aro mUcnible. defermlne if they enjoy being miserable. There are people who arr navor happy except when they arc mi serablc.--AtcWson Globe*. BIG DANCE Klfth A n n u l I Murdl ttras Thursday, Januan^ 23 At Nowly O A L L A T I N GARDEN Hours: HiJtO to 1 jOO Continuous dancing, featuring Six Big Orchestras. The Orchestras Are; George Silver's 01 ub Kentucky Al Bumgnrner and His Original Adelphlans. Palo's PennsylvanianB. John Jan Oarnet and His Ftre Pennies. Frank Bowers' Music Mas* era. Louis Salerno and Hia Victory Six. Balloons, fonfpttf, Strei. Biers and Serpentines. Admission: Cents $1.00| La^ltoa «0o

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