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BLYTHJBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 19-17 f\lewA Emily Wtawo, Sodety Editor Phww 461 Bits of News ^Memphis Luncheon Given "" For Miss Mary Sue Roe • Mrs J D.Peeptesand h«r daughter Mrs Kelly Avery, entertained 'Saturday at 1 o'clock with a lunrh- eon at their home, 529 Belvedci", Memphis, in compliment to Miss Sue Roe, Blylheville bride-elect Miss Roe and her parents, Mr. Mid Mrs Erriest Roe, formerly made Jieir home in Memphis. I iF ov>ers in attractive arrange- | merits made a", set tog of Summer beauty for the affair. 'A table centerpiece I" white featured white gladioli and daisies. Sljtheville people attending the luncheon Included Mrs. Roe, Mrs. Ma-cus Evrard; mother of the bridegroom-to-be, Misses Detty Frances and Julia iArin Woodson, and Mis-i Darothy Jean Higginson. Mrs. John E Clouse of Cookeville, Tcnn., Miss Roe's sister, ajid 'Mrs. J. B. Avery of Alamo, Tenn.. were also guests and from Memphis were Mrs. Cameron •SJMldlng'nnd Mrs. Charles J. Deere. The guests of honor wore H white •uique suit with a corsage of gardenia's and tuberoses, for the occasion. } Bride-elect Honored \ With Afternoon Party » Miss Mau'dle Modinger, wTio Is being complimented at, a number pf parties prior lo her marriage on »ug 23 to Peler James Launian ' ..• New Orleans, was guest of honor ! Satuiday afternoon when Mrs. E. r R Mason entertained al Iver home, " 310 West Walnul St. 'The Ihloimnl \ aftyrnoo'n party was E'ven between ' -4 and 6 o'clock. -— Assorted party foods together with f iced drinks, wave served from the , dining table, covered with a hand- i made cloth find centered wilh n ' low bowl of snapdragons and petu- , mas in vivid hues. Twin cut glass | bowls of yellow marigolds were nr- f ranged on the'buffet, and vases of fT otlier garden, flowers were usei througho.u"t tlie entertalnirig rooms Miss 'Modinger was presented gilt,- of 1 -ehina In her pattern bj Her hostess.^'.'.;".' '. -. , Included among the guests wcr Mrs. Avigustc Dufhilo and lie . daughter, Miss Jacqueline Duflillf s both of New organs,.'holiscgucsls I ol the Modlngers, ; MV5. -\v! II. Filz- i liugh o! Fit7.hughi/Ark.; who Is vi- f sitlnf Ker'son" W: J.'Pitfchueh 'and | familyj^rmii ; :Mrs. llairiiHpii Ta-x |. botrrof'JJethes'Jti/Md., guest' of her L mother, fjlrs. .Emma Nole'n and her Reception Honors Mr., Mrs. Gray Newcomers Capture Bridge Grown Mi. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Gray cut their weddluK cuke ut the reccp- lon Blvcn by her sister. Mrs. Margaret Crawford, lust Sunday niclit fol- owlne Ihclr marrlnge on Friday niglit. Mrs. Gray is the former Miss Mary Wright. sister/ Mrs, Musoii. Shady Grove Club Plans For Booth at Cput)ty.,f,o,ir At The Hospitals j IrtA"t«EVItl.E HOSI'ITAL \dmittcdi Henry Milonc, city. •Rotcrt Sicveiison, Kcisev. Dismls-sed: Mrs. Busier Richardson, city. Mrs, Floyd Diusmore, Manila. Louise Holms, city. Births: Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Htirolrt C'inilton, city, a daitghtcr, urdav night. ' WA1XS IIOSP1TA1, Dismissed: Will ni'dinc, l-lorncrsville. Mo. Mis. J. A. McElroy, Cflrnlliersvllle, Mo. iRutli Tarmer. iManiln. John W. Young, Carulhersvllle. William 'Allen Buchanan, HI. 1, city. Mrs. William Bcor»e, I-4ixora. BAPTIST IIOSIT11AU Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. ;B. J3. Helton, Manila. Mrs. 'P. iH. Hotlge, Osccola. Roy 'B2al, Joiner. John El'is. Wilson. Cleo L-aiujston, who li.ns the past bcvci-nl weeks in Memphis, where he. 1 : daughter, Mrs O. Pofli 1 .. has hci'." seriously iH it iho U.'.'JlUl .'i.ispltal, was r.' lome for '.lie v.-fekeud. Mrs. Poelz'.s L-cndltlun is imlirovecl. SmlUi 'I'aylov lirnckln, Jr., nc ciinipaniod by Mrs. 11. L. Tdppe f Menuihis, li'l'- this weekend for naltlinorc, Md, where they will s]*c.'iul two weeks as guests of thoh sis'.er, Mrs. Johnny Hoffman, Mi Huffman and J-on. Billy M. Morgan hap left niythe ville for Tulsa, Okla., where he hns entollc'd in iho inultl-fngine rating coursL' at Ihc .Spartan School of Aeronautics. Mi. and Mr.s. Dor. Haley and sjr., ,lcrry Haley, and nephews, Arllmr Don and Hii'l:>:» Snoi'|;rass, will leave lomorruw for Hot Springs a:ul n tuur of tlic O/.arkri. They plan lo be v'.°ne several vjc.eks. Wert Akin of Joncslioro visitcil Ills sister. Mr.s. Don Haley nnd family, yesterday. KaiKlall Hawks, who has been Ktudent al t)\n Bummer session of Hundi-lx College. Uonway, i reliirn( 1 d lioinc Sntunlay. Condition of Wilson Henry, who ias tiecn ill ;il his home ul ITiM Ili'arn HI . is improved today. Miss Vivian Patterson returned home today after spending several days in Memphis as guest of her uimt, Mr;;. Fronk Willis. She went dovm cspcclcMy lo attend the MOAT show "NiuiKlity Marietta." Mr. tviid Mis. William J. FilKluigu and family hat' us weekend guest K, W. JJurke ill" Miii'inniia. Mr. '.-.nil Mrs. Hill Reid wcrc- wecki'nd ijut'sts of his parents. Mr. unil Mrs. I". R. Reid. In Ken- nelt. Met. Mr-, and Mr. 1 ;. John Osen of Lake Providence, La., have re- luniod home after visiting Ills Willinm K. McKenney, NKA Service In-Ngo editor, arid executive secretary of Ihe American Contract Bridge League, presenls Ihc winning U'ophy lo Mrs; Max Ciultnun, lefL, of Cov'iiiatun, Ky., and Mrs. l.connrd Goldstein, of Cincinnati, Ohio, iifler Ihey won Hie n;ilion;il women's pairs e'hnrnpitinshin in l:ruul<lyn, N. Y. II is the tirst mtiior b*-id2e Vourniiment victorv for the nair. Armorel Teacher Writes Article on Visual Education .Mrs. Kathleen M. Tlioinpson of Armoi'el, author of the urtlole, "They Also Lcnrn lo Live". i:u'r)llsli- ed In a Spring rdltion of the Journal or Arkansas Etivication, b:ts written aiicther article on I lie Armorel School which will npiirtr next month in the magazine ''Arkansas I/iUrarles." The article will explain the nutlio- visunl pvpRrum ^ised in -Annovcl School. Mrs. Thcmpson clemon- startetl audio-visual cquiptncnl nt the Workshop in Library MsnaRe- incnl At the University of Arkansas. Fayelteville from whicli she rcturn- 'ec! 'tills Week, She was awarded a j mother. Mrs. ,1. P. Smith, and sis,scholarship lo the workshop by the t Pr , Mrs. Ram Bikes nnd Mr. Sikcs, 'State DepnHment'of Education. while en roulc to their Her. jirevialis arliole, "They Ateo Learn to Live", was a summary of I Ihe entire program at Armorel Demonstration Fatal For Youth With a Gun TKXAHKANA. Ark., Aug. 11. i UP) - - A tfO-ycar-old girl watched horrified In <v downtown • .stove ! liere Saturday niiilit as her SI- | vcar-okl cscoi-i ;:t-eidenlally fived :i i bullet from n .25 caliber luiloiuatic ] pistol into his head. Harold J. Callaway fell lo the Moor amid h.umlrcds of shoppers nnd died a few minutes after arriving at a Ttxarkana hospital. Miss Tommy Dunnlngs was not, injured by the bullet ivliieh ripped into C'allaway's head only two foet ftom her. Police said lire man apparently wnr, unaware Ihe yun W;'.K in shoot- ijir; outer when lie slipped in u c-iiji of sliells trj tiemonstrate to ihs.' ,ii-| how the iiiiLomatit! operntctl. Stccte News Mr. and Mrs. Fowler D. Crotl of 'J.ivaniuh. Tenn., hnve been \ Mrs. r.'.nlu Ht'Well and Mr. and Ktie';ls for several days of Mi. and Mrs. 151-11 llui-dtn. Mr. and Mr.-,. Norman Bailey and :-<;iv; of Dearborn, Mich., accompanied by Fred IJailcy. are spending two weeks as cuesls of her parents, «,incmi- n A rnr-hrin Mr. and Mrs. Will Turner, and oth- M°-, Stinson. R. A. Cochian purcnls. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dccn. and her mother. Mrs, Myrtle Hylca, nnd other relatives over the weekend. Ml. and M's. n. R. Allen led yest( k rilay for a two week.-; visll with hi.s Kianr'^iirenls. Mr. nhd Mrs. B. B. Nally of Hot Spritifjs: Mrs. Doyle Turner has gone to Slircvcixirl. I n.. where she will undergo a major operation .Wednesday. Hi'i- son. Bobby, is with her Army Seeks Musicians To Play in Big Band The Fourth Army Hand, now slationed al Fort Sam Houston, Texas, is seeking musician!; to fill j varnnele.s -crealeil by discharge:! i.iTsonnel, Staff Scrnt. Don C. Seal of the 'RecmiUm; Slalian liere said today. Qiralified nlarinet, trinnpet. base ilium, (lute, trench horn and sax- relatives. Miss Gloria Yorbrougli has re- lurned from Columbia, Mo., where f-'hc spent a M'eek visiting friends. The. Rev. and Mrs. Roy Nibhick and sons are .spending a two » s'ks vacation at Sum Baker Park, near Van IJuren, Mo. Mr. and Mr.s. Uassc Stcele of New York have been quests of her fsit'icr. "Williahi Steelc. and her grandmother, Mrs. Geneva Stecle. Reginald flnrpor is home from the University ol Missouri, Columbia, lo Kpend a six weeks vacation witli his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Harper. Miss Rebecca Coppage of Dan- vill. Va., has spent several days visiting her .sister. Mrs Frank llufl'maii. and f:,niily. Airport News Two flight students at the Muni- pal Airport here received their rlvale pilots licenses and tliree hoi-s made their first solo [lights irhifr the past week. Receiving their pilots licenses vere Jimmy Arnold and Arthur Waver. Goinj$ alone for the first line were Irn (Jill of Dell :vvl Oliver Keener and Austin Jenkins, wth of Blytheville. Capt. J. R. Rccder, command ifieer of Blythevillc's Company M of the Arkansas National Guard, lew here from Little Hock where the company is attending a two- \veeks encainpircnt at Camp H"- ulnson. He flew here In an A-2G liiloled by Mnj3r M. Suskey. Sessions in navigation and Civi Air Regnlnllons are slalcd for '.flight's ground school cla!iscs In t'l Hoo;l Flying Service hanger. C. n. Woods-bf Luxora has pl'C ,-d nn order for a Bcllancu Ci-uisni with L. S. Hai'lzog and. Harold Slid bury, local dealers tar that, planf He expects delivery in about- tw weeks. Paul Arnold, a flight instiucto at the Army Air Field Here dnrin Llio war. visited here two days las week. lie Hew n Bonanza which il pilots lor an Eastern lumber mi owner. While here, he visited number ol other former Army V> lots who also were stationed at 11 field during the war. Transient pilots who landed he during the past v.-eek included il following: Paul J Newsom of Poplar Ul'iff. of Nashville, Tenn., Ercoupe; W. V. Fryer of Sardinia, O., Slinsor.; P- Brinks of Lexington, Neur.. Sti:i- son.; L. C. Mc-Elvoy of Pocaliont-is. Taylorcraft: J. R. McNiilt. fndian- apolis, Cessna; Joe Webb of Lexington, Tcmi.; E. N. Porter avul Euperlnlendent o! Schools Lloyd Goff of Joncsbsro, Stinson: and H. H. and E. II. IllomH, of Ltxin",- ton. Ky. 8 oz 'A' Grade All White Duck 9' and 7i' Bemis Bag Co. COTTON PICK SACKS HARDWARE CO .Inc. #OJ*t i.s ffttoif* gfftvf* I Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Larfje Dividend Sav,;iga Low Net Cost Protection For Service W. L. TAMKE 408 E. Davis St., P. O. Box 4 Pbone 2487 Blytlicvlltc, Ai*. •Natives of some parts of India still use the sr.-nie system of book- kceciiiK us their ancestors die', more Read Courier News Want Ads Medical Test Proved This Great to Relieve MOKTHLY FEMALE _, ns | Mr. Turner accompanied them 1m- as LiUle.Kock. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith spent the past few days here with his ophmio bandsmen v.-iio have had lUian 3C-QO years ago. previous service arc needed, he ' 'School, which . . METHOIHST-IIOSriTAIj, Memphis "model" rural P.'ans lor a Shady Grove Home DrjTionstratlor. Club booth at Ihe county fair here in September will be completed r.l n club meeting Aug. 21 at the home or: Mrs. Her- jjian Williams. ; The booth was also discussed at las!. Thursday's meeting at the home of Mrs. Raymond Donner. Mrs. L. M. Chlldress gave Ihc devotional at that session and Mrs. Curt Loveless presided. Mrs. Loveless and Mrs. A. Rider gave -a- lesson ' oh ' making ragdolls for exhibit'ori. ' rtcfreshrnents were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. C. E. Ron- yon and Mrs Alonzo Flccnian. • ~ D. B. Bledsoe to Conduct Huffman 'Revival Services ^ Revival servlc6s : which will begin tonight 'al Huffman Baptist Church will be conducted by the Rev. D. B. Bledsoe,? associate paslor of First , Baptist Church. Services Til! begin each night at • a pm. It .was announced by the ' t Rev. M. IT Griffin, pastor. > - -It is only for the construction of - the--fror)ts of-houses that permission lias to -be obtained in Por. tugal. * Mrs. H. W.'wylie, city. A. G. Brickey, Osceola. .j ST. JOSEPH, Menuihis Dismissed: Clemens. Joiner. was selected a school'-. hy the kansas Edurit.ion Association. Coming Events TUESDAY Avhlon Bunco Club members will be guests of Mrs. Raymond Shnm- ]in. •• Livestock ST. 'LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- ARDS, Aug. 11.—(UP)—lUSDA) — Livestock: Hops 10,500; salable 10.000; slaughter barrows and gilts 170-250 Ibs 'inil of weights under 230 Ibs to 27.T5 top. Market 25 to 5(V, lower than average Friday. 25Q-210 'ibs 2G.15-2V25- sows Zt'0-325 Ibs. 242.A- vllss Mary Sue Rue, and fiance. 3525. pi p s nl]( i ,ii g m.s 150 Ibs down Marcus JOe Evrard, with dinner $1 to si.50 lower; 130-150 Ibs 23.50- party. •>$• 103-)20 Ite 20.50-2S-. so'i's f.Oc Junior Royn! Association of First t Ott - cv: n f cw $23; bulk under 450 Ibs Baptist Church mectliiB al the 20.53-22 50; heavier Hinds 11.50-19.- cVrarch, 3;30 o'clock. 50. THURSDAY . Cattle D.OCO; salable fi.OCO; calves GNB Bunco Club meeting with,2.500, salable 2,000. Liberal supply Mrs. E. B. woodson and Mrs C. R. Pcnn will jionor Uricle-;elcck while en roule to their new home in Los Angelor. Ciilif. Mr. Smith will be cnrolleil in university of California, Los Angeles, tlns^-Fall, They formerly miule their .'fiorrie at coral Gables. Fla.. where J|'e-"filj tended Ihe University of • Mlanii'' 'Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris niicl 1 cl:tu::hler, 'Maureen, relumed home Ui.s;, nielli from Chicauo. where they ?n"cr. 1 a week. Moore, who is connected with Southern Pacific -Ruilroad Line:; In San Francisco, is spending Tsveral days here wilh his mother, •s. Marguerite Moarc. and brother, Sherrill, at -their home on North S:xlh -Street. Also guests of Mrs.-, Moore are her mother, Mrs. D. L. Walls of Conway. her sister, Mrs. Elsie 'Barnum of Marked Tree, and anollu!? ton. O. W. -Scliaeffi-r. Mrs. Sehaeffer ;uui son. Jerry, of Memphis. Mr. Mcorc will return to S:i:i Pi '.mi-iseo Friday. Men to fill these 'v;i:aii:;ics may be cn'jsLcd, in -the- grade tli^y hclil prior lo discharge, provided ll'.ey held the appropriate militnvy cccu[>ation spnoinlty number for the rcnnired wunbor of month'. yt. Seal said. of e'.Ut'.c inel\ic\e,s nearly 80 loads of steers, 3(5 of these being .Southwest grassers. Opening 'racic moderately Mrs. Lonis Setter. FRIDAY Mrs. Alvin Hardy hosless to members of the CUC Club. jnctive nnd generally showint; some | ?vrard en- ircnpth compared with last Fri- Leachvillc News K illeU •Uno'er Tfuck • WALNUT RTCGR. Ark., -Aug. 11. (UP)— -Funeral torviccs will be held at Dlack -Fiock today for Virgil Woods, who was crashed lo death beneath liic caterpillar unit of a truck as his mother and wife washed on Saturday The accident occurcd near Im- codr-n. '•Woods' wife anrl mother had driven from -Black Rock to take him home from work. He stopped his iic;: and got out to show them relieve to park their car, when the truck began lo roll. Jumping toward ''.'he. cab, he slipped and was dragged beneath the heavy vehi- -He survived by. his wife, and an infant son. Are you troubled by distress ol reiniiH- lutitllonal monthly disturbances 1 ' Dm-s this make you suff from [julii. ft?el so nervous reiitless, wenk— at such tin)es? Then Do try l.ydln 11. Plnk- hitm's Vegciii')le Coni- pontitl to relieve such symptoms! In a recent inetlicnl test Pttiklmm's Compound proved remtu-kstbly iielpiiil to v.-o:nen .troubled this way. It's what Doctors cftll a uterine sedative. It, has a {;rand soothing eflecc oti fine c/ woman's most important organs. TnXen regularly—Plriklniin's Corn- poimtl lielps bnUU up rejlstinit-e to Hiich distress. Also a grout stoniacliLc tonii:! LYOjA E. PlNKHflffl'S Continuous Shows Every Day «ox Office Openg 1:45 Show Stiirls 2:00 LISTEN. TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 1:30 p.m. Last '1'ime Today The Red House wilh Fthvarcl fl. Robinson ;ind I,oii MsAlustcr Faramtiunt News and S!iorts, Disappear Fast 4) Blackheads too. No waUing ::.-ki DEAR 5OR DANCING Mr. and Mrs. Marcus E tertalnlng with rehearsal supper for Roe-Evrard weddinr. J-LKIV. SATURDAY Miss Mar\- 8uc Roe will become the bride of Marcus Joe Evrard in a ceremony at 7:30 o'cloek in the evening at First Haptist Church. Vote of Confidence Given Ramadier's Cabinet IFAR.TS, Aug. 11. (UP)—The Na- lonal Assembly today save Prc- lier Paul Ramadier's cabinet a '104 o 184 vote of confidence on a :nu- |Ml elections bill lo determine ,hc nicchanies of fortlicoiiili'K elcr- lons. -|:S5C lay. One load top choice steers $32 erord high; top r,ood nnd choice steers 29; medium kinds around 23 50-24; good and low choice heifers and mixed yearlings and medium kinds around I1.-22; cows strong L6 262- higher; yood cows around 16.50-17.50;" common and medium bee! cows 12-15.50; cannrrs and cutters D.35-12. • • • Early American colonists did not weed theiv crops until the Indians showed them how lo do it. There are usually about 30GO volumes in '.he library oi a batlle- sliip. Read Courier News Want Arts. John .Siia.stcln las gone to San Diego. Calif., where he will be employed. He V.MS accompanied to West Memphis by Mrs. Shastein and Mr. and Hershal Johnston. Mr. and Mrs- Horace M<x>ring have returned home from several weeks visit to Boulder City. Nev.. where they were ytiests of Mooring's parents, Mr. and Mrs II. W. cowan and Mr. and Mrs Max La UK. Mr. and Mrs. G rover Snider have returned home alter spending M>Vi era! weeks at Colorado .Springs ' Colo. Mrs. Orlha Flcemnn of Flint Mich., is spending several works n ( LiMcViville vi.silins relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Down ing and children. Charles Jr., an . TTayc, of St. Louis. Mo., came Kri j dav for a few days visit with M IDoAninji's father, Jon Downing, an other relatives. irby Rro^, Dttis. r;tewaits -I>ru« aud stores cverywhoia Well be the toast of the town Cfcwmc JMU Puc»*f War- *r Brodwr. 'mZiitf, . '•Ira.W.. •••tir m*tt « r tki-W. y wftk . by Kellogg's, after 20 years of work and experiment . . . lo bring you a jusl-rigril combina- ion of tongue-tickling flavor and nourishment. Try these loasty golden shreds today. They moke a perfect pair — Salt-/ Corn, thf> flavor and energy queen, and Sammy Soya, the prominent protein ... in a brand-new, grand-new cereal, Kellogg's Corn-Soya. The wedding was performed NOTICE I have the sole exclusive listinir on the ?,5-;icro ('arm, located IV-' miles nortli of Rh'thcville on Highway (il; This fai-m is one of the finest small farms available in Mississippi County. The location couldn't be hotter! "You ran buy this Tann now Tor 812,000 . . . with $0,000 cash. If you arc interested, call or see H. E. "BUD" FISHER Real 101 E. JCcntrc-ky Estate & Loahs Phoni! 23 Ulythcvillc Tuesday and Wednesday sk Sclcclcd Sliorls You've got something there! Nobody can mistake tliat blue Iiraiil on your ra|i anil lliose crossed rifles yon wear so proudly on your lapels. They identify yon as "tlie U. S. Army's Infantry soldier. In w:ir. tlicy call yon l "a knight serving tlic Queen of Battles." T!nl now. you serve, the higher cause of pence. You're master of more we.ipons. eapahle of greater firepower awl more, versatile than any other soldier on enrlh. \onVe airliorno, mech- anised, amnhiliiona — at home in snow, sand and forest —vcrjcil in the use of the most mode::: :'vlillery and commiiniealions as well as the tools of \\\?. ground soldier. You're trained in leadership — the slorling (]ti;i]ilii's that make an Infantryman stand out in a crowd. Yon can choofe no finer In;inr1i of the service than tlic Infantry ... no liner career than the U.S. Army. You'll hnve thai deep personal satisfaction that conn's from knowing your job is big ami important. If yon arc between the ages o f 18 and 34 (17 wilh parents' consent), if you're above average mentally nnd physienlly, yon can go far in the Infantry. Get the farts nt your U. S. Army Recruiting Station. U. S. ARMY KKCKUITINC SKKVICE U. S. ARMY RECRUITING -OFFICE Second Floor —. City Hall COMING SOON TO THE RITZ Auff. 11-15 "Stallion Kiv.ul" with Kotialil Kcagan .fc Alexis Smith '„ 17-18 "Shocking Miss Pilgrim" with Belly Griiblc ami Dick \u«. 20, 21, 22 "Soa nf Grass" willi Spencer Trroy * Katlierhie IlL-plmrn. Tlic lluckKtcr.s" with Clark Gallic, Dulioraii Kcrr & Ava Gardner Ka* Olttcf Opens at 1:09 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday l^": Starts .1:15 Centinnnns Shows Sat. anil SHU. Bargain Night r.verj Nlsht Eicepl Salnnlay No passes honored on Snnday »* the Ko\y Fox Last Time Today The Bad Bascomb' with Wallace Bccry " nl Slarcarpt O'Brien News ami Musical Siiorl Tuesday and Wednesday

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