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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 19.17 BI/XTDEVILLB (ABK.) COUWBK HEWS THREE rlartha Can- Engaged "o Harris Milton Hunt Heralding a February v. p eiUli«g f Interest is tiii> announcement by Ir. nnd Mrs. oraii Mayo Washlng- ol Holly Ciove of the c«S«ge- iout,or their daughter, Miss Mur- U)r Washington, to Harris vMiunt i,l BryUieviile, sun V •Ir. and Mrs. Ncy Hunt. The wedding will he .solemnized t 3 o'clock on Friday iifteriiDCii, Vb. 21, ; it the Methodist church [l Holly Grove. The Rev. John M. larri.son, pastor, \viil oiliciate. Mrs. James Buchanan Squire of Ifraphis, sister of the bride-elect. 'ill serve ns m.itron of honor, and nothcr sister. Miss Huniett Wasli- nRton, of Holly Grove and the ersilv of Askansiis, Payettc- ille, will bu m:ii<! of ho'.ior. Mr. Hunt will servo his son us :esl man and ushers will be Robrt Ci. McHaney c.r Blythcville ami 'uel D. Sain of Holly'drove. Mis. Irva Fakes of clarendon ill present a program of nupt! il ic ami tapers will h« liahtcd by liss Dctty Slls MtKeill of Holly rove. Miss Washington w'.i.-; t'raduatetl roni Holly Grove Hi;;h .School and cceivcd her degree from ITniversi- ' of Arkansas, where t v he became member of the Clii Omeyu socnl orority and Alpha Kpsilon Deitn io:iorarv pre-nu'crtcat fratenntj Mr. Hunt atU'naccl l:ly;heville i|;h School and v.as graduated rom Kraiper Military Academy. iconville. Mo. He -served tv.'o and hair years in the U. S. Araiy Mr Corps as a pilot. He later at- ended the university of Arkansas nxl nc\v is engaged in farmnv, rltjvhis father. \1iss Betlyc Haye Ellis To XX'ecl Memphis Resident Mr. nnd Mrs. W. K. Kills of near iGlytheville av.nou'.ice tUe engage Incnt of their dn'.ighter, Mi?s Bel- Raye Ellis, ot Blythi'ville and • Memphis, io cnvl E. Walr.er, son l>f iWs. jeannette IS. Walker, of The wedding- will t:i-:e place Feb. |13 at Blessed sacrament Catholic dhurch. wiln the Tit. Rev. Thcron |J. Wa'ker officiating. The brifie-elect attendee] hi^h chcol here before coin:; to Mem- |phis. Mr. Walker attended school:; in |Memplris and .served in the Amiy Forces as a (ii'r.t lieuU'nr.nt. |Hc was on duty four years in the lEnropcnn Tbea'cr. The bride-elect \viH be compli- lineutcd tomorrow afteninrm • Memphis \vith a luisceilan Isho'.ver at th.e home or Mr. Waik- ler's mother, Mr.s. Hugh \Valkcr i. Adrian Walker and .Mrs. Ad- |dis Wright will be hostesses. * <• * N&s. Leon Schercr lEntertains CBC Club Mrs. Leon Schercr v:as hostess I yesterday afternoon with a rook I party to members of CBC Club ana I another guests, -Mrs. J. D. Smith. 'Mrs. Alviii 'Hfirdy won lug:" 1 I score priz;: in al r .ernc-:>n panics and secomi high weni to Mrs. Corne- I lius S.heicr. Mrs. Leon Scherer won 1 rocko. Attractive tallies inscribed | with CBC were u.=.cd. The hoste?s .served refreshments I ol oie and coffee. To Wed Blythevilie Man Coming Events Bits of Hews Miss Marllia Washington Carr MONDAY Mission study Croup ol Woman's Council, Firsl Christian Church will meet with Mrs. J. C. 1/nvo at her home, Mrs. J. p. OarroU, co- hostess. Mrs. I,, .t. Holler, 2003 Chleka- snnbj, liosless' to the Guild o: l'i!«iiui Lutlieran Church, 2:30 o'c!t:;k. .I'.mior Girls' Auxiliary of i llnptist Church meeting nt church, 3:3;) o'clock. | linermi'd'iule OAs of First Hnpti". L'luncb niecting at the church l>::n o'clock. MLS. Johnny Fields hostess t OEO Club. Womiin's Society of Chrl.stiai Service of First Mclhodlsl Church meeting at the church. a:30 o'clock, for business session. Womim's Missionary Society of l ; li'it Hap'.ist Church' meeting "at Hie church for regular monthly business im'Cthn;. WiV.pyun Service Guild of First, Methodist Church meeting with Mi>;s Frances l.ltllc. Hoyal Neighbors of America mcc'lim; with Mrs. Leon Sclicrer, 131 Fast Sycamore. Miss Opal McOermolt hostess 'to Ycnnj; NVoman'.s Au.xillai'y of First HatHist Church. Woman's .Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Church meeting nt the churcli, 10 o'clock: Royal Service program aftci'noon. Yoimy Woinnn's Auxiliary or Cah'ary Baptist church meeting '•ilh Miss Verncal O'Neal, 1204 Holly. TUESDAY Mrs. Colcman Stevens hostess to Lu Ncuva c'ub. Mrs. H. D. llalford hostess to Avalon IJunco Club. WEDNESDAY Mrs. Fred Hvilhcrtorrt ciiterlnlj\- im; Town and Country Club. THURSDAY Mrs. lyiy Welch hosless to Oc- lettc club! ON1J Club mecling with Mrs Byron Nails. Mrs. i[. H. iioiichius entertain. in:; Mid-Wcek Bridge Club. Thursday Luncheon Club guest of Mrs. A. G. Little. with sUll-Yovmi; Motor Comrmny. Charles I'eiui, BOII of Mr. niitl Mrs. Chnrles 11. I'oiin, Is (11 with mc-iisles nl Hie home of Ills p»v- enls, 1329 Ilearn. Mrs. U. A. Wixson or IHudetlc will leave tomorrow for Picayune, Ml.vs., where she Is uolng because or Ihe serious Illness or her mother, Mrs. Kiiilly Willlnms. Marllia HuditlesloiO daiiRlilcr 1)1 Mr. nml Mis L,»Iloy HuiliUeslon, Is ill of measles. Slio Is at homi 1 , 1520 Cluckustuvba. Mis. IJnHon Fowlslon 1ms Ixven admitted to Walls Hospital to undergo nn operation. •Mrs. Raymond Wilson nnd Mrs Evilc Knnson ot Mcmlihls nri'lviiil tills afternoon (o spend the weekend as Riic.sts o! Mrs. Beuliih UnyO. Mrs. J. A, Pflnioroy has rcniineil to ltd 1 home In Memphis after linvlnx oreii Hie K'lest ol her sister. Mrs. E M. Eulon. Another sister of Mis. Katun's. Mrs. lU'nu l<\uir<itl. of Greenville 1 , Miss., 1ms arrived U> bo her Kiu-sl. Mrs. M. O. Usrey will leave tomorrow tor Greenwood. .Miss., wlu'ro she will be the iniest of her daughter. Mrs. Odcll Sunders, ttiul Mr. Bunders. Mr. unit Mrs. Ted Krtitx and .wn, Tal, of tjitlle Hoek aro spending the weekend hi'i'e with h mother. Mrs. L. M. Krul*. unit sisters. ' Mr. niul 1 Mr.s. T. A. iscll an siwmdlns the weekend In : Rock, they were aecompaiiled by Mr. niiit Mrs. u. E. Moore of Os- colrt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene SHU nnd hlldrcn, Kiigonc Jr., ami D/\w, 111 arrive next week from Ply- loutli, N. C.. to make their homo i niythevilli'. 1710 Ilciirn Street, 'hey will bo accompanied by Mr.s. Hill's mother, Mrs. C. S. .Sleven.s, ;lio has been the Stills' giicsl. Both «Ir, and Mrs. Sllll formerly lived BlyllwvUlc. lie will lie coiuicelcd CHURCH NEWS FIRST KA111ST CHURCH Walnut at Eighth K. V, Brown, pastor Sumlny School, 9:40 n.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 n.m. M'inlnlng Union, C:'JO p.m. Evening Worship, 1:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY 1'rnyci' Service, 7:30 l>.m, Choir practice, 8:10 ji.m, CUHISTIAN SlUKN'Cli SKKVICKS uiiKin's C'tuhlmiiM-, Mill W. Mill" •l.ovo." Is llii- MibjecL ol Ow Lesson-Sermon which will I)" lend in ill Churches nnd societies of the Chuivh of Christ. Scientist Sunday. The iiolden Text Is: "lleloved, let UK love one niiolliiT: for love Is of Clod; , . . He thill lovetli not knoxelli not noil; for Clod Is love." 1 John •!: f-H. Amonu the cIlntloiLs which com- lirlsw the, l.cssnn-Sci'iiuni Is the I<>1- lowhiB f' 1 ""! I'" 5 HIWo: "It ye abide In me. inn! my woixts nl)klc In you. ye. Kliull »sk wUul yc will, nml It shall be done tinlo yon." Jolm 15:7. I.AKI: S'lKKK.T MKl'IIODIS'k' CHUItC'll Kev. II. II. lilcvhis, pastor Cimrcli School, 0:00 n.m. Morning Worship, 10:80 a.m. Evenliix Woi!,hlp. 7:30 ».ill. MothoUlsl Youth Fellowship, p.m. I'rnycr Meeting, Wednesday, .111. FIRST CIIItlSTIAN CHURCH K. S. llalrtl, pastor niblo school, 0:4r> n.ni. Worship, 10:00 n.m. ng Traltilng for nH " roups, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Blythevilie Gir! Wins State-wide Baptist Contest Mrs. Bai'bev Honored With Dessert Bridge Mrs. O. P. B'vrber, who will leave (he first of next week to join Mr. Barber in Lawrence. Knn.. where they will make their home, was complimented with " "farewell" dessert bridge last night by Mrs. .less Horncr at her liome, 121 'West Small hand-made suitcases containing nuts its iavors, a gift to Mrs. Barber in a suitcase rer.nra and attractive hand-made tallies and score cards shaped like the state of Kansas with the city of Lawrence as a focus noint-. dcplct- i»i» the occasion. When the 12 suet:.'; nlayest bridge, Mrs. Frai'l: Wiiks of Caruthersville, Mo., won binh score prize and Thad I Oiceola. Oihers ci'.osen from Mis- Joan Terilock of Blytht-viilo knows the Bible well (moimii to wii: first place in a content will! 1U o'.h entrants Irom various sceiioiis of /irknnsns. Jonn, OLiuslHcr of Mr?. Moclinn Enochs anrt n member of Cnlvar;,' Br.piist ^'.jliri 1 !? Traimns ! Dismissed: At The Hospitals r.lvthcvlllc Hospilal Acimiltcd: A. A. cnrpon, Tomnto. Jnine.s MeDevmolt, city. Wutle Owcn.s, Maniln. Gerald Dean Alley, city. Cnrol Dowdy, ctiy. Charles CJrover Guthrle, MoncLt 1 1'IUST I'HKSUYTKUIAN OIIUIICI ll;uvi-y ')'. Kltlil, pustur Suiulny aeliool, 0:45 n.m. Monilne worslilp. 11:00 n.m. Evening service, 1:30 p.m. VVeiiiiusilay rrnyer McelliiK 11:10 p.m. •'OTICK OK I'KOIIATK Ol' \VIM. Notice is hereby Riveii that the Last Will and Testament of Jerry Miller was probated In common in by the Probate Court of Mississippi County, on the 28 day of Jnnunry. ID'17, All appeal from such probate ean :>e e'tected only by llllni; » petition, stating the grounds on such appeal, with this court within six Uii months from dale of this notice. Witness my hand and seal tills 2; day of January. 1SM7. ELIZABETH HLVTHI3 Clerk of said Court 2[1-SJ-1 Union .riciimiistvated her knowledge at the State 'I'^unir.;; Union convention yesterday ami Thursday in Pine Bluff. She was chnson to 110 to the State convention as n contestant when she placed first in ;t mcm- orv <n\K in the Mississippi County Division contest Monday niyiit in Mr.s. Mrs. M. Slovens. Dell. B. chootc and baby. Rt. second high went to airs. r\icol- Table bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Je.sse White, Mrs. JOP Huf,hes and Mrs. J. Farrus McCalla. The guest of honor's gift was a cigarette box and tray set, Flo we li tig i>\?,tiis \vcrc placed t hroughout the home . N Warm Coat Marly Caudle Honored With' Birthday Party • Marty Caudle was three years old Tluirsriay nnd his mother. Mrs. Ralph Ciiuritc, gave a birthday party for him. Mikic Lane \von a prize when tiic 20 quests playccl games. A highlight. of the afternoon was the i "Happy Birthday" song, .sung es- ! pccially for Marly as a part of the Hnrt's Bakery radio program. The hostess, a.wisted by Mrs. I Tom Bro'.Mi, served ice cream ami _ A 1 cake for refreshments. .Balloons -,„ vere prcEcnted to each child f avors. fissippi County to go to Pine Bluff were Emily b. Horsley oi .Manila and Billy Rny Dn nn?.n of Cs:cola. The c^nte^i. iiK'liuled recitation oi Bible verges from memory with <lesis;r.ation of the bock and clmp- ter \vhcre it V.T.S found and ability to continue re:'ituv^ any verse vviiicii anot.licr r.or.tc.".l.int rouUl not complete. Atte v J(lhi£: the convention v;cre 1500 ]:copie. reprc-sentiiiK Arkau.sa:; Br.ptist Trainini: Unions, and visitors irom 'IV K:IS aiul Tennessee. Joan and the two other representatives from Mississippi County were accompanied by tho Rev. C. J. 2. Mr.s. j. M. Lloyd and baby, Kel- SCT. Mrs. W. A. Miirliii Jr., Luxora. Wayne Allen, city. Mrs. Rosa Ice Carpenter, city. J. A. Watson, Caruthersville. EcKvnrd Barber, cily. Memphis liaplisl Hospital Admitted: Ralph Pierce. Lcnchville. Hobby June Berry, city. Matv Hoffman, city. O. E. Ford, cily. Claud New, city. Rushing, pasior of Manila Bapti Church. ar.<; J!i:;s Giro Bradley of Calvaiy Baptist Churcli. Faces Serious Charge JI^E. A'.V... Fcl). 1.—(UP) 15-year-oici Ycllville boy was in Marion County Jail here today chan;c\i by inlormatior. \\ith rajw after an alleged attack on a 25- year-old Yellvillc housewife Friday. Named in the charge filed by Mr. and Mrs. J. Norris Moon of prosecuting Attorney R. E Husii ol Hfl South KcJsc.v Street. Evans- Harrison was Charles P. Fields, vjlic, Intl.. formerly of Blythevilie. parents of a son horn this morning. Their .first child, he has been named Jesse Norris Jr. Moons Parents of Son Mvs. -Moon is the firmer Miss Opal Reeves of Caruthersville. Mo., end Mr. Moon is the son of Mr. Mrs. M. T. Moon ot Blytlic- viilc. shoulci hove road "representat-ivcs of La'Ke Street MethoCir.v Church" instead of "representatives of Cal- varv CJhiircii.' 1 Fund for Crippled Girl Continues to Increase Generous Blythevilie people continue to give gifts and contribute money to Bonny Jean Harry. 16- year-okl Riri who has been crippled lost of her life, in order that she may enjoy the same things that other IG-year-old girls do. Mrs. Damon McLcod is the treasurer for the Bonny Jean fund. She has collected $50.75 from Bonny Jean's friends nnd well-wisher.s during the past several weeks to buy the youus girl a new mattress and bed springs. Since the last .story of the collection in tile Courier News, S20 has been Kiven. Employes of Orapeltc Bottling Company gave $7.50 nnd "Uncle" Tom Nance, with the explanation that he wanted to help Bonny Jean nil he could, gave So. Coyd Tomlinson and Marian Williams each Rave SI while Johnny Hocott and Sure! Davidson contributed 50 cents each. IN T11K CIIAN'CKUY COURT l-'OI T!1K CIIICKASAWIIA DISTIIIC"! OK MISSlSSU'l'l COUNTY, ,VH KANSAS. In (lie .M,ittcr of Ihe ICstatc "t .1. 1 Miller. DroMscil, G. W. Ilailian Executor. ' NO. 1774 NOTICK TO CKKDITOUS O GRANT OK LETTERS TESTA MENTAKY. Letters testamentary on the Estate of J. P. Miller, deceased, wei (•ranted to the undersigned on II 2Hth clny ot Jnnunvy, 10-I1, by th Chancery Court for the Chlckasav ba District of Mississippi Count Arkansas. All persons having claims against said estate arc required to exhibit them, properly authenticated fur ul- owance, to the undcr.slgncd as Executor of salt] estnti'. before the end of six months Irom the date of Die granting of the Letters Testamentary upon said estate, and If such claims he not so presented, they will bD forever barred. G. W. BAR! I AM, Executor for Hie Estate of J. 1'. Miller, Deceased. 1 1-H-I5 MMANUKI. HArTIST CI1CKC1 A. M. lluiLsloii, pastor Sumlny School, 10 am. Morning Worship, 11 n.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night, prayer sorvlc- p.m. NUMBER, NINE BAPTIST CHUECH • Howard H. Klnt, pMtOr ' Sunday School, 9:45. am . Morning Worship, 11 a.tn. IValning Union, 7 p.m.* -i ~ Evening Worahip, 8 PJD. ' , Wednesday, prayer meeting, .m. BlythevilleT Baby Headquarters! The.. Tot Shop MUST METIIOWST CHUUCJl Church School. 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Kvenlng Worship, 7:30 P.m. Choir nebearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 nv ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH Itcv. n. Francis Mcltevltt, past Ituv. Paul Hujarnkl, assistant p»st Sunday Masses, o u, in. FULL GOSl'KI. TA11KKNACLK D. R. Harmon, puvtor Sunday School, .1:15 n.m. Morning Worship.' It n.jn. Young Pcuplo, 6"C> \itn. Evonlnu Worship, 1:30 p.m. ll.l.Y STREET 1IAVT1ST CIIAI'KI Svuulny Scliool. B'.-tO H.">. uMornhiR Worship. 10:60 a.m Training Union, 0:30 p.m. FA'cning Worship Service, i in f.W CIHWdll OF THE InlMACULATK CONCKI'TION Itrv. |). FrancU MclK'vItt, paslor Ituv. Paul Ilujarbkl, n.vsbilant pantot Sunday Masses 7:30 and 10:30 li.rn. Weekday Masses, D p.m. V1HST U1IUHOH ()!•• THE NA/,Alti;NK F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School. 0:'I5 n.m. Morning Worship, 11 n.m. Younjj People's meeting, 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship, K o'clock, j.tn. Wednesday prayer services, 7:30 GATEWAY TAUKltNACI.E Hiuvard Slreet Jtcv. I,. O. Ilnrnli, pn"' 0 '' Church Service, <1:-15 a.m. Evutilng Worship, 1:30 a.m. Church Service, Wednesday nnd Friday, 7:30 p.'ti. 1'ii.ciu.M i.irniiatAN' CIIUHCII lilh nml Walnut Holjcrt .lucEcr, jiastwr Itcsiilence: MS North FJfdi I'linnc 2101 Sunday School. ID a.m. Worship Service. U n.m. CHUItCH OF CHKIS'f E. W, Sloviill. paslnr Sunday Kcliool, B:BO n.m. Worship Service. 10;DO ii.m. Evening Service, 8 p.m. SPECIAL free Manicure with each Permanent Hair Set or Facial from Feb. 3rd through Feb. 10th Cold Waves $10 — $15 — ASSEMin/v OF r.on cnuitcu I..C. Kamsey, paslor Sunday School, 0:45 ii.m. Mornliijf Worship, 11 n.m. Christ Ambassador services. 6:30 p.m. Chlklren'.s churcli, G:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 P.m. rlift from rftltl miseries. Cliutiuu: Take duly ns diructcil. k COLD PREPARATIONS TABtETS OR IIQUID •Tr..)« J!,,k 11,1. NOW at— Liberty Cash Grocery Methodists Hold Rally .\ HOWS item in yeslerd.xv'.s Courier Nc.vs concerning the Youth Rally in Jcncsboro Wednesday night Complete Beauty Service j from head to fool! i ~ I For lliote occasions when you U b IneedinK sometliins sv.iim -- ;i:Kt I smart—in the hvir-k ix p snt -v.r tri^ (lovely cotton VL Ive'.fcn shoit ccv.t I will be pcrfccl. Tt is sim!>liJ. lun Mines give it ;'. boxy look. i\ote li-.c I wide, split cuff?. The Rcvlon I.tiic intiuiling the new "CERTAINLY RKD" —AUDREA DUVAI^- CODNTOURK'— JJEHMKTICS Suave for men and women THE BEAUTY BAR GI.EXCOE HOTEL Plione 3^0 TRAOTOiS & EQUIPMENT F@P SALE 2 1 1 1 New John Deere B 1945 John Deere A 1943 John Deere B 1946 John Deere H . Where Your Flowers Are—You Arc! One cnll to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after mouth. Ask about this plan, FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 491 Mrs. J. M. (Macl Williams, owner Clencoe BldJ. All these tractors have starters and lights, new cultivators. Also can furnish discs and breakers. See these before you buy! Those Tractors and Equipment Arc Priced Lower' Than You Can IJtiy Elsewhere » BROWN MOTOR CO. Phone 31 : — : Manila, Ark. TKiwri.B isitAi;i, l)i. Alfrni Vise, Kalibl Womau's (lluli Sunday School, l :30 p.m. Services, :i p.m. Sermon: "Essentials ot Religion." FollwwhiB "i>er- \lccs. meeting of Temple Building commit [CH\ CALL " i everything in, "INSURANCE" UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Ov>r Guard Jewelry Store A. f. DIETRICH, Mgr. I'crmiiiicnt .... Alnchinulcss l'crmancn( . . . . IIou.si! of Straw 20 u 1 .5 u .0 dm fur Appointments. ARTIES BEAUTY SHO Hl.'t N. 2nd Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB Jack Marsh, Owner Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes Open 8 a. m. Close 5:30 p. m. Tuesday nnd Thursday NighlH Open Till 9 o'CIotk 323 North 2nd St. Continuous Shows Every l)ay llox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 I.ISTHN TO KLCN 8:0(1 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday Badman's Territory ulth Itninlolph Scott Serial "Hop liarrigan" No. 12 anil Short • Cont'd Shows Sal. 12:30-H:3t Svmdny »nd Downuflake Don UTS LJilcn Moml M Junior won't dfink hfi milk, YJ bribing him with a DOWNYFIAKE Donui - good and good lor him! Eoiy fo Digeit. Jiino Mm around and lei him ice the donutt rod* by U,» OOWNYfUKE mochiftfe. VUoyi lieihl^ ____ ^ Plain Donufs Dozen .... Sugared Dozen Donuls 30 Glazed or Frosted Dozen .' 40 does wash day knock you out? The Stranger with Edward G. Robinson and Lorctta Young Paramount News Also Shorts ContlnnooJ Bhowlng Son. 1:15 to 11 If wash day has you down for count . . . relax! Just send all your laundry out to us and stop worrying. Best work at low prices. Prompt Pick Up & D/ivery Service The BLYTHEVILLE i Laundry - Dry Cleaners Box OfTlcc Opens 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and San. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. . No passes honored on Sunday at the Rosy. S»lnrtlsy Ghost of Hidden Valley Serial: "Scarlet Horseman" No. 11 and Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30-U;3» 270 South Second St. Sunday and Monday Thousand and One Nights with Cornel Wilde and Evelj-n Keye» Fox Nem and tetectcd ShMt Cont'd. Shom Sun. l:ll-ll:««

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