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v-PAGE B^YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mew* Jane SheJton, Society Editor Phone 4461 : Easter Themed Tea Fetes Miss !3ettye Foster "."• In keeping with the approaching • Easter holiday were the cuddly bunnies and colored eggs which were "Used In the decorations of the John iPeatherfiton home yesterday when 'the Misses Ann Sample, Willa Mae' Johnson and Juanita Sample entertained with n china-silver tea ieting Miss Bettye' Foster, bride elect of Kalph Patton. ~i Approximately OS guests called from 3 to 5 to extend best wishes to .Miss Foster. Receiving the guests •'Bs they entered were the. Misses ''Sample, the honorce. Miss Johnson and tlie special guests, Mrs. Ed Foster, mother of the honoree and Mrs. H.:C.- Patton, mother,of Mr. Patton. Miss Foster wore for the occasion a smart plaid taffeta frock with black accessories. She pinned R gift corsage of gardenias, com- r pletely encircled in tiny red rosebuds, set in complementing satin ribbons at her shoulder. Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Patton were each pre- -sented • shoulder arrangements of gardenias from the hostesses. A large flower basket copiously filled with wrn'te gladioli decorated , the reception room with a big Kas-. ter" bunny, complete with a large satin bow, centering the large table placed in the room for the display of Miss Foster's gifts. The buffet styled reception table was presided over by Mrs. John 'Nicholson. A lace cloth overlaid the table with Easter boskets filled with assorted colored, eggs set in each corner of the large table. At one end of the table was the large crystal punch' bowl and table appointments, while a heart shabcd cake topped with two large Easter Bunnies, on which was written, "Ralph and Bettye" .claiming the guests' ^interest at the other end. Loons of green grass in which nestled large Easter eggs encircled the base of the cake. A large group of rounded cup cakes, made : to resemble eggs, topped with dyed green cocoanut centered with mtnature eggs were served the guests with the assorted party foods during the afternoon. Bowls of'gladioli and red carna- •tlohs were used in the room. Miss Foster was presented a gift . In her chosen silver pattern from the' hostesses. i • * -: • Mrs. Jontz Entertains Double Four, Guests , w Mrs. J. Merrill Jont/, entertained f,members of the Double Four Club ' and ' four guests yesterday at her home on Chlckasawba! jMrs. E;'A. ', Goodrich, Mrs. Ross Stevens, Mrs. -Augus Erdmann of Columbia City, •Ind., houseguest of her sister,. Mrs. SHOES Stevens and Mrs. V. G.'Hol, land were guests. • Crystal bowls holding Jonquils dec- >orated the rooms of the home for | the affair. . Bridge was played with Mrs. Lynn 'Brown'winning high and Mrs. Ed 'Cook Bcond high. . t Preceding the game Mrs. Jonlz • i served, a dessert course. • ^ * . • , ;Contract Club Meets ;At Country Club • Tlie Country club was the sct- •ting yesterday for the meeting of ;the Thursday Contract Club and ,three guests for the weekly lunch•eon meeting. Mrs. G. G. Cnudill was ^hostess to the members and guests, .,Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mrs. G. o. Poctz ,and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. • The group was seated at a single '.Jong table for the two course luncii- ;eon with a bowl brimming with assorted spring flowers topping the (able. ' In the game following Mrs. is- laacs won guest high, Mrs. o. W -AicCutchcn high among the mem- ;bers and Mrs. F, B. Joyncr second ,h:gh. Bridal Tliemecl Party Fetes Miss Woodson Miss Betty Woodson, bride-elect of Robert McHaney was again honored when Mrs. Chester Caldwell and Mrs. H. C. Sims were hoste-sscs yesterday for a luncheon-bridge at the Caldwell Home. Tiny place cards holding a miniature bride dressed In a white satin gown with her bridesmaids, who were gowned in pink, were used In keeping with the bridal theme. Topping the linen clothed table was a large doll dressed as a bride with the skirt of her wedding gown being fashtocied of azalea florettes. The overskirt was made of wispy white maline with tlie entire skirt effect being worn over hoops, The bride carried a bouquet of calla lilies identical to the bouquet which will be carrier! by the bride at her wedding. A halo of azalea'floretlcs, completed wjth tiny side florcttes. was worn by the bride. Tlie long white satin streamers flowing from the arm bouquet completed the bridal scene. Immediately following lunrli, bridge was played by tlie guests, who were seated at individual tables, . with Miss Woodson winning high score and Mrs. Harry A. Hnlnes, second high. During the afternoon Ihe honoree was presented, from her hostesses, a silvcd compote in her chosen pattern She was dressed In a white wool suit with which she wore. palomino accessories. Mrs. E. B Woodson. mother of the honorce and Mrs. McHaney, mother of Mr. McHaney, were special Kuesls. Out-of-tnwti puests attending were Mrs. Walter Daniels. Jr., and Mrs. Gene-Duller, of Osceola. nml Mrs.. Charles Afflick. Jr.. of Stecic. • » • '- 20th Century Meets; St. Patrick's Day Motif St. Patrick's Day was the theme of the 20th Century supper-dance last night at the 'Legion Hut with shamrocks -in profusion decorating the reception and ballrooms for the affair. Hosts and hostesses to the 65 members and guests attending were Mr. .and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell, Mr. and Mrs. joe McHaney, Mr. and Mrs. C. Modlmjer, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. joe P. Pride, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs! pete Thompson, Jr. Supper was served from the long tables with the center table being topped with a low bowl filled with jonquils -with lighted green tapers arranged', on either side. Clusters of shamrocks and bowls of jonquils and greenery completed the St. Patrick's Day decorations of the spacious rooms. .Following, supper the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. Guests meeting with the members were Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis. Mr. and Mis. Mark Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren, Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Evrard, Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson. Mrs. Haines Hostess To Mid-Week Club Mrs. Harry W. Haines was has-, less yesterday at her home to members of the Mid-Wcek club for the luncheon-bridge meeting. Preceding the afternoon bridge a two course luncheon was served the guests from a small table. Bowls filled with vivid jonquils were placed throughout the entertaining rooms. Bridge 'was played immediately following lunch with Mrs. B. A. Lynch winning-high score and Mrs. H. H. Houchins second high. Mrs. El kins Hostess To Rook Club', Guests Two guests, Mrs. C. s. Dowdy and Mrs. Paul Byruni. met yesterday with members of the Blythe- villc Rook club at the home of Mrs o. O. Elkins for the Weekly meeting. Potted plants were arranged In the room In which the guests and members spent the afternoon in rook with Mrs. G. V. Daws win- nine high, Mrs. Russell Riales second high, and Mrs, Dowdy, guest high. During the afternoon Mrs. Elkins served a dessert course with coffee. • » » Rook Club Meets; Mrs. Pritcliard Hostess Bowls filled.With Jonquils and varl-hued gladioli decorated the Richard Pritcliard home yesterday when Mrs. Pritchard was hostess to the Thursday Rook club. In the rook game Mrs, W. B Mayo won high score, Mrs. Grover Wren, second high, and Mrs. H. C. Bian'^enship rooko. During the afternoon the hosted served a salad plate with Iced drinks. • * *. Two Guests Meet With Rook Club Mrs. Don Hnley entertained members of the Thursday Night Club and guests at her home on Kentucky last night. Iris and other spring flowers, floating in crystal bowls, decorated the room in which rook was played. Mis. E. M. Holt won high score for the evening, and Mrs. Karl Damon second high. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Clouse Entertains Avalon Bunco Club The weekly meeting of the Avalon Bunco Club was held yesterday at the home of Mrs- John Clouse. Handmade tallies, of vari-hued colors. In keeping with the George Washington theme, were presented the guests. Jonquils and Japonica. blossoms filled the crystal bowls arranged in the entertaining rooms. During the bunco games Mrs Clouse won high, Mrs. Gill Gilbow low and Mrs. Harold Wright bunco. At the conclusion gf the game Mrs. Clouse served a 'salad plate with iced drinks. • . 4 •' Four Guests Meet With Luncheon Club Four guests met with members of the Wednesday Club when Mrs. Baker Wilson was hostess to the group at her Walnut street home Wednesday. Guests were Mrs. Marvin Robinson, Mrs. J. Farrlg McCalla, Mrs. Hunter Sims and Mrs. Henry—Humphreys. Preceding the afternoon bridge a two course luncheon was served from the dining table. Centering the table was a crystal bowl from which brimmed red roses intermingled with stock. In the bridge game following high score went to Mrs. Marvin Robinson and second high to Mrs. McCalla. * » * County Singers To Convene .The monthly singing of the Pem- Iscot County Singing Convention will be held Sunday In the Braggo- docia High Scool Gymnasium, Brag- gadocia. Mo. •Tlie Melody Men will be special singers. Mrs. McCalla Hostess To Luncheon Club Red roses and stock topped the dining table of the J. Farrls McCalla home yesterday when Mr*. McCalla was hostess to members of the Thursday Luncheon Club and three guests. Mrs. Dan Bell, Mrs. Max Usiey and Mrs. Vernon Tliom- asson of St. Louis were guests for the luncheon-bridge. Following Ihe tluee-course luncheon bridge was played with Mrs. Bell winning high score and Mrs. fllan Heath second high. Mrs, Thomas.son was presented a gift from her hostess. Bits of News _KRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1950 Out of town people who attended the funeral of Mrs. W. S Langdon Tuesday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hurst of Memphis. Mr. j and Mrs, Tony Welch and Mrs. j Ifoi, Gregory of St. lx>uls. Pete I Feitzy of, Lllbourne, Mo., Mrs 1 John w. Lccompte of Alexander. Va., Mr. and Mrs, n. L. Merryman of Leachville. Mr., and Mrs. W. T, Reynolds. Mrs Shelby Reynolds. Omer Reynolds of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. B. w. Brom, Mr and Mrs. Alexander Brom. Mr. and Mrs. Rryon Bartholomew, Charles. Ann and Bill Bartholomew, all- of Memphis. Mrs. Lester Fisher Gibson has returned from a two »-reks vacation to points of interest In Florida, Harold Wright and Max Logan have returned from Chicago where they spent fpur days attending a House show and Home Builders convention. Mr». E. R. Dickinson will return today from Biiyhnlia, Miss., where she has been spending several days as eucst of Mrs. Ray Williams Mrs August Erdmann of Columbia City.Ind., Is visiting here as suest of her sister, Mrs Ross Stevens, and Mr. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs Stevens and Mrs. Erdmann are spending today in Memnhis. Mrs. Leslie Hooper is visiting In Memphis as guest of her claueh- ter, Mrs. J. P. Newell and family. Mrs. Billy Galncs and dauehtcir. Mrs. William Jontz, spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. n nd Mrs. Edward Allmon announce the birth of a son Feb 21 They baby, who Is their second child, has been named Jerry Wayne They have a dauchler. Mnry Ann. 2. wh"se birthday is also Feb 21. Mrs. Allmon is the former Miss Man,' -lames, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommle. James, of clear Lake. Miss Rachel Galnes and Mrs. Clair Miller will leave tomorrow for Hot Sprints for several davs vl-It ?s guests of Mrs. Miller's father n. K. Berry, while, in Hot Springs they plan to attend the races. They will also visit in Muskosee. Okla.. as guests of Miss Gaines 1 sister. Mrs Cari Flaherty, and Mr. Flaherty. Mrs. Miller plans to return in "a week, Miss Galnes will remain for an indefinite visit. Mrs. E. B. Gee Is visiting in Cape Girardcau as guest of Mr. Gee's sister, Mrs. Ben Vinyard. Mrs. Gee has gone to be with Mrs. Vinyard while Mr. Vinyard is confined io a hospital following a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire left this morning for Oberlih. Ohio to visit as guests of their sons, Ben and Jim, who are students at Oberlin College, there. Mrs. A. B. Fairncld will arrive tonight from Little Rock to be the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs W. I. Denton, and son, Albert. Mrs. Leon Ocnnlng left yesterday afternoon for Helena, to spend two days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry left this morning for Miami. Fla for a week's visit as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Snider of Manila, who are spending the winter there. ! You Are Warmly Invited to Attend ; EVANGELISTIC SERVICES at the FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH In Blyllicvtlle Feb. 26 thru Mar. 12 featuring MILTON ami MYRTLE DAWSON Evangelists • Gospel Preacliin K « Good Singing • Messages In Chalk • • 7:30 Every Night Except Monday • Tuesday, Feb. 28 Calvary Male (ju.irlctlc from c,l- vary Baplist Church Tl.Urs.laj-. Marcl. 2 Ilucl, Mr. and Mrs. I.cc Amlcrson Pastor and Wife, of Oosncll Mpltiodist Church Satunt.ij-, March 4 Dud. The First Church of |t 1K . Nar.arcnc Tl.csd.iy, March 1 Solo, Louise Sullivan, Lake Slrccl Mc.lliodl.sl Church ^Wednesday, March 8 Presbyterian Choir, First Prcs- , bytcrlan Church Friday, March 10 Trio, Assembly of C.ort Clinreli FWSTCHRISTIAN CHURCH s Rev. Lester D. Strubhar, Pastor 500 To Attend Tea Honoring Mrs. HughWhitsitt Approxlmatley 500 civic, religious, and social leaders of Blythevillc arc expected to attend the "\yoman of the Year" tea Sunday which will honor Mrs. Hugh WhiUsitt. Mrs, Whltsitt, selected recently by a contest project of tho city council o' Beta Sigma Phi sorority as Blytheville's most outstanding woman during 1949, wlil'ue presented an inscribed lovit.g cup at the outset of the tea. Mrs. j. N. Smnthermon, city council president, will make the presentation, To receive (he guests' 1 at the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble, will bo Mrs. Smothermon and Mrs. Whitsitt along with the heads of the Alpha Alpha Chapter and Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, and the Junior affiliate sorority, Nu Phi Mu sorority. To receive the guo.sts with Mrs. Whlljsitt and Mrs. Smothermon, will be: Mrs, T. H. Caraway, president of.Alpha Delta; Mrs. H. w Wylie, tlie "Woman of the Year in 1948"; Mrs. Prances GaimniU, president of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi; Mrs. Paul Pryor and Mrs. W. s. Johnston, sponsor and director of the Alpha Delta Chapter; Mr.s. w. J. Poilard and iMri. F. E. Black, sponsor and director of the Alplm Alpha chapter; Mrs. Gilbert Hammock, spou r or for Nu Phi Mu; and Miss Jane Shelton, president of the Nu phi Mu group. Oucsts are due to arrive between 3 and 5 p.m. Sunday. Phebecins Meet AtScherer Home A refrular business meeting of the Phebean Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church was conducted la;t night at the home of Mrs. C. G. Scherer -on East Main. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. E. T. Ilubbard, Mrs. John Tyrone, Mrs. Frank Grlgsby and Mrs. Sherer. Mrs. Roy Sheppard was a guest meeting with tlie 11 members present. Mrs. Harry Bognn. vice-president of the group, presided over the business meeting with Mrs. Henry Rosmond in charge of the devotional. During the business, meeting reports were made by : officers concerning their duties. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostesses served rc(reshhients to the guests who were sealed in the entertaining room in which were arranged bowls of jonquils and gladioli. Regular.Meeting Held,By Sunbeams A regular meeting of the Sunbeam Band of the Number -Nine Baptist Church was conducted yesterday afternoon at the school with Mrs Everett Rhoads presenting the'pio- gram, "The Farmer Twins.' The meeting was opened with the singing of the theme song and a prayed led by Mrs. Rhoades. Mrs. Rhoades taught the lesson which was taken from the Home Missions Book with Imogene Magce reading the scripture. The meeting was closed'with the repeating of the Lord's Prayer led by Mrs. Ernest French. In the social hour following Miss Ernestine French, a member of the Number Nine school faculty, served refreshments of sandwiches and cookies to the guests. Hostesses for the meeting were Joyce Lou Ccoksey. Betty Gail Coats and Betty Jean Ma gee. Best-Known borne remedy to relieve miseries of child's cold, Sunday and Monday EST WESTERN IN 10 YEARS!! Filmed (fom ifie best story oJ the Westeverprinled with DOS MM • JEAN HUEN • UN MdNlIRE • A SAM WOOD IWIDK Siieen Pfay by MARGUERITE ROBER1S • Based on the Slory by LUKE SHORt Dietleil bj SAM WOOD .• PtoW kj mm OtUISCH •» wmtotoww Mm Kim. Paramount News and Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sunday 1:1 5—11:00 FITTED AND SMART By bue Burnett Tills handsome two piecer is Ideal to show off a youthful figure—note how the peplum flares out so prettily, the snugly fitting waistline. Junior sewers can make this easily and smoothly, - ^ Pattern No. 8540 is a sew-rito perforated pattern for sizes 9, 11, 12, '13, IA, 15, 16 and 18. 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Smith, Jr., entertaining with a tea at '.he Razorback from 2 to 4 honoring Miss Bettye Foster, who will become the bride of Ralph rat- ton. National Male Quartet Scores Big Success in Second Performance By Wilma Douiku . Courier New* SUff Writer Tlie National Male Quartet scored Its second great success with Blytheville audiences in a two-hour performance lust night. Singing to almost 100 per cent of the Blythevllle Civic Music Association's membership, at the American Legfon War Memorial' Auditorium, the ensemble was called back for nine encores and at least as many curtain calls. Each of the singers In the quartet, Attilio Bagglore, Gene Tobin, Vernon Sanders and Bruce MacKay. Is an established nrlisl In his own light, and their combined voices are little short of sensational. Attlllo Bagglore, tenor, provided much of the good feeling between audience and the entertainers, with a slap-stick attitude that belled Impeccable talent which stayed hidden only until the first note. His role as the comic ranged almost as widely as the quartet's'rcpetoire, . . from an obvious curiosity' in 'laic corners 'o the rendition of "The" Big Brown Bear" by Manna-Zucca. where lie literallv let his b°lr down, reeling of Fellowship The feeling of good fellowship was supported by each member of the quartet. The program was opened by a series of religious classics. "The Worship of God in Nature" by Beethoven; "Jcsu. Joy of Man's Desiring" by Bach; and "Omnipotence" by Schubert, with the entire qi'artet singing. Veriion Sanders, baritone, and Gene Tobin, tenor, appeared In the Solenne in quest' Ora, from "La- Forza del Destlno" by Verdi, during the early part of the program, and later Baggiore and Bruce MacKay, with a tremendous bass voice and a matchless singing ease, sang a duet from Gounod's "Faust." The most popular .division'of the program was the quartet singing "Beautiful Dreamer," "On the Road to Mandalay." Brahms' "Lullaby," and "Old Man River." Each sons received thunderous applause from the listeners, and each was encored. During the intermission performance the accompanist. Walter Hatchek, played Etude In E Flat Major, Op. 26 and Fantasie Impromptu by Chopin and the Ritual Fire Dance by Manuel de Falla. Other Presentations Other presentations were: "Gia sole dal Ganse" by Scarlatti; "Were You There?" "Rose-Lipped Maid." •The Battle of Jericho," "Water Boy," "Morning'and the.Big Brown Bear." Among the encore numbers Were: "Mighty Lak a .Rose," "Sylvia," "Sleish Ride," ""Do'nkey Serenade." and the "Lord's Prayer." Many of the presentations .were arranged especially for the quartet by Mr. Hatchek. Following the performance : scores of autograph seekers formed an assembly line about the artists. The singers were particularly popular -Uncheon Fetes Mrs. Florida ^OSCEOLA. Ark.; Feb. 23,-Mrs. ^. T Florida was the guest of hon- r at a luncheon given Wednesday n the home of her daughter, Mrs. . B. Strickling. .Arrangements of Jonquils, bridal loath and greenery were used on ie dining table and throughout he house. Corsages were presented Irs. Florida by Mrs. Andrew FW tla and Mrs. John White. -^f) Instrumental' music was played i the afternoon by Mrs. Florida nd John B. Strickling, jr. Oilier giiests included Mrs. J. U. Villlams, Mrs. Percy Herring, Mrs. da Tucker; Mrs. Ada Butler, Mrs. *. H. Jones. Mrs. Enrl Wright, Mrs. ora Bonnn and Mrs. E. M. Ay res. Mrs. Strickling was assisted in ntertaniing by her sister. Miss /irgmia Florida. At Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: • fi Mrs. Joe Brown, Rives, Mo. Mrs. Gerald Cassidy, Huffman.' Mrs. W. B. McMullin, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Edgar Burr, Rt. 2. Mrs. Nelse Campbell and baby City. Bargain Night E»erj Nl(hl ' Except tialnrday No passes hnnurrd on SondKy at llie ROXT Box Office Opens 6:i& Friday Only Fighter Squadron with Edmund O'Brien and Robert Stack Selected Short Sugjectx Saturday - HCIURE Serial "Radar Patrol" No. 4 & Short Cent Showing Sat. li!:30-ll:30 Sunday & .Monday HIW UMM Hir f IKW MMMK SWOS f PET ER GOD FR EY '"liVri'^^'C .MKTKO NEWS Com. Sti«»ln( Sun. 1:30. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 0:00 *.m. U:45 p.m. 4:30 p.in LISTEN TO Kl.ON Last Times Today Jolson Sings Again ulth Larry Parka " * »nd Barbara Hale rar.imount News & Selected Short; Continuous Showlnj Everyday Saturday Serial "Sir Galaliail" No. 7 anil Selected Short Conl. Showinjt Sal. 12:30-11:30 COMING TO THK RITZ Feb. 25, .Mar. 1 "BEYOND THE FOREST" with Btllc Daris and Joseph Cotfen < March 2 & 3 "DEAR WIFE*' with William Holclon anrl Joan Caulfietd March 5 * • t" "WHIRLPOOL" with Gene Ticrncy and Richard Conic March .7, 8. 9 "BATTLEGROUND" with Van Johns«n, Walter Pidjreon, tnd John Hwflak •1th the youngsters after a repeat crfoiinance on "The Big Brown ear," and Bagglore's ad lltabing to rogram notes. , Reception Well-Attended lie artists and Mr. Hatchek wcri sts of honor at a reception at th« ome of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parr ollowing Hie concert. More than 100 guests. lnclud;iif\ fficers and directors of the BlytbW ille Civic Music Association and everal out of town guests attended Mrs. J. Wilson Henry greeted the ests Hi the door. In the recelvln* ne with Mr. and Mrs. Farr wer« l. A. Porter,- association president nd Mrs. Porter. Mrs Murray Smart presided over ic silver coffee service, and Mrs. E. Crafton served the cake; «nd lers assisting In the dining room •ere: Mrs. w. Marion Williams, irs Joe Trlescbmaii, Mrs. Chester aldwell, and Mrs. Harry Kirby Pink and blue table appointments •ere used with the centerpiece of nk carnations and blue corn flow'•: being flanked by pink taper« i crystal oandlcabra. In the living room Jonquils and irsythla In low bowls, completed ie decoration. th Plague killed 40,000 In Marseilles, "ranee, in 1720. "Once-Over" ><"!' RESURFACES AND REDECORATES *Prctiem Walls! Fills Plaster Cracka Hides Wall Defects '.' Patches Nail Holes ' Makes Wallboard Walls , Look Like Plaster £& Colors Without Streaking ^V Mixes With. Water £& Stays Mixed Without t Bestirring ^ H Dries In 4 Hours ^ ...Becomes Plaster-Hard /T&" Has No Paint-y Odor Easy—So Economical Get DRAMEX from your Local Dealer Ol fO« THI NAMI YOU! 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