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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 11, 1932
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Hayti Society—Personal Society Calendar , Friday ". Tfce Etude Music Club U meet- Ing-at 4 o'clock with Mrs. '.Yfnni- fre4 Crawford, 301 East Missouri .Avenue for a valentine parly, A program will also 'bo given on "Tlieodore Austin." The Ftdells Sunday school class of the.PirsV Baptist church Is being entertained with a party" at the home of Mrs. Elva Poe, 108 West Kentucky, 7:30 o'clock. The Prc-school P. T. A. is mcet- . ing with Mrs. W. L. Homer Friday afternoon. The World' bay of Prayer Is be. tag : observed nt 2:30 In the First Presbyterian church with representatives from all local Intcr-denom- irutlons attending. Mrs. Ray Worthlngtcn is chairman ot the program, assisted by presidents of other chftrch organizations The Dorcas Clnss of (he First •Baptist church Is nieotin-j 7:30 P.. M. nt the home of Mrs. J. B.'Foster with Mrs. Frank Simmons nnd Mrs. A. Wort assisting. This Is the regular monthly business and social gathering. Tlie men of the First Presbyterian church are hosts to tl-,:ir wives' and friends with an oyster supper in the church this evening. Mrs. Morse Has P. E. O. Mrs. Byron Morse-'was hostess to.-thc members ol the P. E. O. .Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. R. FjKirshncr nnd Mrs. C. H. Bnb- cock, assisting. Judge Zn\ B. Harrison spoke 011 "Administration Concerning Women." Mr. Johnson H/morcd With Slkcston Parly Mr .and Mrs. J. J. Johnson spent Tuesday nnd Wednesday in Slkes- ton, Mo., as e»Kts of Mis. Johnson's- sister. Mrs. J. -Edgar While and Mr. White. While there, they were honored with n 4-scorc dinner given by Mr.' and Mrs. While In honor ot Mr. Johnson's Mrttidny. Ojher. guests were ' Mrs. JplUiSon's sister, Mrs. G. M. Farrin of Cairo. Ill;' Mrs. F. P. White of Bcrtrnnd, Mi., Mrs. R. L. Shelby and Mrs. W. A. steelc and son of -Chavbs- ton, Mo. • 4 * Kwsls at Club Party Mrs. Elton Klrby, Mrs. John Finley, Mrs. Everell Qcc and Mrs. Jack Homer were guests ol Mrs. W. B. Tsiincr ihis wmk when &he also enlertahicd the members ol the Wednesday Bridge- club. Mrs. Fnrnsworth Black-.received fha clubi hjgb score prbc, while the guest score prujo went ,lo Mrs. E\ p crctt Gee. An appetizing Balnd course wltli cookies refreshed HID Indies at the close of the Games. Son Bom , Mr. and:- Mrs. Hnrry Fritsius ot this dty announce the-arrival of n 7Vi pound boy In the Blylhcville Hospital February 10th. Mrs. Krltzlits will be renumbered as* Miss Belle Reagan of Ihis clly. . Junior Hi P. T. A. Ofctrvcs Elccntcnniil The Parent-Teacher Asocialion of.the Junior High school h-rld their regular meeting Wednesday afternoon tn Ihe Junior High auditorium with Mrs. Edgar Borum presiding over a patriotic program in: keepirig with the blctntennial of Cleorge Washington's birth. Miss Leone Caliicut opened the program with two pinno solos, "Hail Columbia" nnd "Yankee Doodle." Ira Gray Jr., gave an inl-jresttn? talk on' "The Influence of Washington on Establishing Onr Government." followed by a discussion on "Influence of Washington on Policy of Foreign Relations." by Anna June Branson. Mittie May Payne contribute two readings, "Washington's Birthday," and Washington's Monument." "George Washington, as Arltlsts Saw Him." was given by Dorinc Coulter; n' dance minuet was presented by Louist! LefiE.r'.t. Jeslyn Blomeyer. Betty Lsc. McCutchcn and Martha Ann Lynch with MifS Marie -Moon directing; two pmno solos were rendered-by Miss Lorna Wilson; and a-laik/biV. ".Washlnglon As A Human Being," was ably given by Miss S^lma Lcntz. Riiss Adcock gave A brief report of the meeting of _the county co'uncll at . Armorcl reccntlv with Mrs. W. A. Dobyiis delii'erliig the P? T. A.'s president message. Mrs. Ira Gray gave a short talk on "The Memory of Founders Day ot the P. T. A.", and in keeping with the anniversary celebration the mtmbc-rs had prepared a large birthday cato. Mrs. R. I. Hnl- ey, principal of the Junior High lighted the candle on the cake and a social period was enjoyed with the cake ar.d coffee being serves as.' refreshmentb. Mrs. Lloyd Sllckmon's room \von the SI.OO offered for the greatest nu'mter of molhcrs present at this tr'ptlng. The Study Club of Ihc P. T. A. was held in conjunction with the regular meeting. Next incnlh's topic for study will («, -"lAinunj A'.Day For The Modern ChiM." Girdcn Club Rtsumcs Mtttlnjs, JTie Garden Department cf the Woman's club held their firii mecl- 3ng of the year nt the home of Mrs B, A. Eugg Wedncsiay ntternoon, electing Mrs. Bugg as chairman and Mrs. I. Morris, the sccreUry. The Meetings will be held t'r.e first'Tues- day ol each mcnth. Mrs-iGeOfgi; Lee <ilscus<ed a mag- .article by Mrs. Luther Bur- bank on "New Flou'ers and Fruit." A general discussion was held on the planting of CLUfngj and shrubbery tills spring. ; ' Mrs.''Bugg offered to donate a red dahlia to each member of the club, and "Mrs. -Morris will B K-c seeds ol pink popple?. It was decided lo have a ilowr contest m each meeting. Ice-box pecan rolls wlili cream, pickles an;l coffee were ren-rd dining the social hour bv th» hastefs, The iisxl meotlnj will be held ruesclny afternoon, March 1st In the club house for nn eschanm meeting, Tkc Leachvlll;'elub-mem- bers will bj guests. S. S. Council H ;ts Suji:tr and Ctnttrtnee Twelve members c f u l( , sundny School Council of Die First ives- byterlan Church held their rceulni supper and conference Wednesday evening in Ihe church with the snptTlnlendNU. j. N lck Thomas prcslclliu!. A lound-taWe ronler once was held concerning the Sun day Scliool affairs. Wcimins Club la Have Itcncflt P.uty The niythevlllo woman's chii, with Mrs. w. W. Hawkins ns president Is sponsoring a benefit party Monday evening 8 o'clock h behalf of school student's tuition An evening- of pleasure Is assured nil who will attend. • • * Teachers Grojj > -I To Mecl At lirown The lcncb:,rs of Group 4 wil hold an all tiny meeting Frldaj February mh at (he lirown school Tlferc aro 31 teachers in (his group, representing ll.'q follo«-|n:, schools: Brown. New Harmony DntiBhcrly, New Ilo|>c, Sliadi Gvove, Hlnck Water, Mlllignn Rldgc, Rocky, Pawhcen, Skiclway Box Elder, Boynlon, Brush Artov, Lost Cane, Hnpny Cornrr anil Carml. . Luxora Society—Personal Mrs. H. L. Reynold* O B. and P. W. Committee Bils oj Nei£s Mostly Personal Roy Williams find James Pcrclval spent Tuesday In .Mcinpiils. P. K. Liittrell returned yesterday from Cleveland, Ohio, atirr a shirt visit with his sister, Mrs. S. E. Glass and daughter, Mrs. II. A. Bon- drn. , , Mrs. E. B. niekjy cf Memphis, formerly of Blyihevillc, spent Tuesday here with frlcmls. Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson drove to Memphis Wednesday to alien; t!:e Mid-Eoiitli Me;liciil ineeiliig. being held there this week. Mia Mildred Thompson is in 111; Methodist hospital at Memphis recuperating from nn appendicitis operation. She formerly lived hove. Betty Nell, the little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Holland, war usheil to Memphis Baptist hospital Wedcics;!ny siinerlng with Innusnr.i intl nn abscess of Ihe car. Mr. Ilol- innd was able lo return honu lo.lnj tccame of improved condition 'm the baby, while Mrs. Holland ivill remain with her for several days. Clarence Vollmer has retmnc.i from points of Mississippi on f business trip. Miss Maybell Ccoke ot LuxDr.i i' the guest of her sistas, Mrs. Clarence Vollncr and ,\frs. w. J. Wim- derllch for several days. Waring Black ha s rottirncci to W« oiii! in Oklahoma Clly nfler e-v- weeks' business tvi,) ] K1 ? ;p was guest of his brother, rams- worth Black, ami famllv while lithe clly. -Mrs. Tom Hentcn hart a= 1-ei :»ests riuring the first i-.irt of ti-c week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson mid d,iii ? ht:r. Mary Evelvii Mrs. H. L. WoodwnM, Mi«- 4 ^ v »e Strom!. Rrt.i Ncclcy ;i, U | ^^r^ F. J. Heaton. all of Piiragcu'd Mrs. Oscar nnllcy rci:mi«i afU-r several days visit in St. LouL* wish her sister. .Miss Larcli? Lamb Herman Lamb of CaruthcrM-illi !s visiting for a feiv days with ht "Jlcr, Mrs. Oscar B.iiley Miss Tolly Emmert 'cf Atkins n.. h the gcest of her .«Isler Mrs G. D. Hammock, for a lew w"kV ""J Loilci! - Solomon of Bros us' in \ '"" ls .^'»li"l! « short time here wuh relative Miss Eva Cooke .'.iwnt Ihe past week with relatives In iilylhcr/ilie, I Mrs. Malde Poison and Miss Floy Vollmer visited In niyihevlllc Sunday. llfrinnn Spta'r jr. s|)«it the p.ts, wt.-.k cut) with relatives in Bly- ihevillc. Oliver Warren of Memphis was the guesl of Mls.s Malbcllc Cooke Friday. Mrs. lima Connor, who was tbr fiiicst of Ml.w Floy Vollmer las! week, left Friday lor her home in California. Mr. and Mrs. miss Yanccy ami daughter Mary Bliss of lluelies Ark., spent Sunday wllh Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Snaim. Dr. iind Mrs. K. R. Uognn !oJt Sunday for Jackson, Tcnii', where Mrs. Bogan will visit relatives foi several clays. Mrs. William Wood Is spending a few days In Ciiruthcibvlllc ab Ihc guest of her sister, Mrs. Walter Duncan. The Glee club, dlrcclcd by Mrs. P. B. Klnsolvlng, broadcastei from Stnllon KLCN at Blylhevllic Sunday afteinoon. Mrs. Ktnsolvhr gave nrvcral vocal selections. Mi.v. Uorolhy Brown nnd Miss Mar> Lynch played Ihc piano nccom paiilmcnt. Those taking part li. Ihe program were Misses Mtiblc George, Mnrgarcl fcichaixls, Vivian Lynch, Memtllh Graham, Jose- phlne ShIWey, Mflle Dcdrgr, Earlf Brantley, Olivia Graham. Lilliam Rodgcrs, Margaret Worsley. Eilna George, Jotephinc Glllet and Mes- Inmes Hortoii and T. D. Wilkius. Members- o! the ninth grade clnss were guests In Uu? home ol .\ffss Vivian Lynch nt a dancing pnrly Thursday night of last week. About 25 ni?iiibers of the class ntlendod, and me following guests: Charles Howard Charles Billlngsley William nnd A. J. Lynch and Tom nyc Sealou, •The Luxorn ylrls basketball learn difealcd Shawncc In the Shawnec ijymnasluin Friday nighl 23 to 22. The Luxnra senior and junior boys teams nl.=o defeated Shawnce teams, nnd Monday afternoon the Luxora junior girls defeated the Shnwncc Junior girls. Miss Jane Richards was dclighl- fiilly snrpvlscd Saturday nflernoon when 1C of her little friends came to her home . for h party In ceb- bration ' of her eighth birthday. The guests were Jo Anna Miller. Martha -Williams, Louise Mai- thews. Dilsy Slllhmn, Josrniiinc- and Ewlyn Shlblcy, Josephine nnd Bobby Frnzler, Dorothy Rc- yerle, Herman Splcer Jr., Harry -ash, Lclc Miulc Peel, nnd Bonnie Sue Besliears. visi.or here for- a lew days: Mr nnd Mrs. j. T , Wllhclm . St. Louis vi;iicd wit!- Mr \ v -i B "'r , n ," renl ^ Mr. nnd Mrs. L" Men-,ii!ii 5 (or a t n . £a j.^ llrivll ° n Jake- HuiTmsn j s iir'ifj-.i thh werk traassctlnu ba".ir7,V " P ' "nS g Mr r ^" T' rta «Ehlcf n M 5r ". nnn Mrs. Carrol Meyer an : l f-ii,- H.v and Mr. and Sire i>-|| ^'..' burg and family at Eudova Art" Mrs,. J. F. Livingston was 'called lo Mississippi on account of tbf serious illness ol her mother. Hospital Notes Harry James Il-itzms. Jr.. tnrn «o Mr. aild Mre . !Urry ^-^ |Wedm-sday aitcrnoon. The Irbv "VfeHcd 7 nnrt 1-2 pounds. } Mr=. Arvest Bacon oi Manila dismissed today. C. P.. Pollard of Tykr «ns I'ttn.-l *«j_ .. ,. • * V;ile Ccls Stctnmcti Desk NEW HAVEN. Conn., <UP>— Tlie ime-scarrcd desk nt which Charles i'roleus SlelnmeU, electrical \vlz- of the General Electric Com- wny. used to stand—not blt--has been presented lo Yale by Pvofri- sor Robert E. Dohei-ty, fonncv ns- slslant of the scientist. New Wonderful Face Powder i'ruvciHs Large Pores—Sliiys on Lonycr For a youthful complexion, u?e lew wonderful MF.LLO-OLO Fur? Povtler. Hides liny lines, \vritikk-s in<l pores. New French process mnkes It spread more smoothly ind stay on longer. No mor.» shiny loses. Purest face powder known, 'revents large |K>res. Ask today ior new, wonderful faci: i»wdi-r, MELLO-GLO, that s'.iits cvvy :omplexlon. Aclv. 2 A NELLY DON '[or Snisetfc and liroad- cJolh I'rints and 1'oro Mc.-sh Frocks al S]_95 to 595 Xclly Don Linen Suits SC95 Miss Wliiiaiii's Mrs. Cleve Duke, who has been qulle 111 with appendicitis, Is Improving. Mrs. n. G. Miller and mother ; Mrs. E. B. Jlack motored (o Pas cola Monday and visited Ilialr sis M ir r ^ "V and (la "« l " e ''. respectively, Mrs Mrs. H. L. Reynolds of this .clly i Claud Hampton, who Is 111 Mrs ms been honored by appointment »<«* remained with her daughter to membership on the Finance T »« following people attended Committee ot the International llle 'uncral of Jack Ootcher "a i-edornllon of Business and Pro-1 CaruthcrsvlHo Monday afternoon fctslonal Women. This committee' Messrs. alms. Foley, Shirley Maxs rojN|jii.'-/i; CO prominent members 1 HI""' Huckley, Scott and Wt|-> of the National Federation of Bus- Wnllace, Charley Spencer, Mr aii I ness and Professional Women's Mrs - Le c Spencer, Mr. and Mrs Clubs, the majority ot whom have ""'•"<—• «»<-i— »«- Senator Ootcher, Mr. and Mrs S]iencer Golclier, MftJdamcs c. P i Wells. 11. C. I.owls, CJiarles Tral'nor been oi) one or more of the Good Will Tours o( Ihc organization i Miss JJnrry G. Kennedy of Lafay-'i Jack Kclley, Jr. Misse6"Es6le"si)cn' cite, Indiana, general director of!" 1 ' nnd Nellie Gotch^.r. the -I lours, who is again serving Mrs. Hush Dorrls and Mlldre. '" that capacity this year, Is the Olalian motored to Memphis Tues 1l'IM:ltl Sim mic Mirtcn.. \.» rliiv nnH tzuntii + ).„ ,]n.. chairman, She was chosen be day and spent the- day. cause of her large acquaintance Mr - and Mrs. J. W. Golden anc ninoiif; misln_-f» nnd professional sol> J - W. and daughter Loui* women In this country nnd abroad, I motored to Grcqnway, Ark. Sunda for (he comuUUee will eventually' 1 " 1 ' 1 spent Ihe day with Mrs Go) be enlarged to Inlernatlonal. pro- ton's parents Mr. and Mrs G W portions. ' Gnrncr. The function ol the committee' Mr - nnd Mrs - Bw' Hill of Illmo is to ralra (ho balance necessary j >vcrc B'lests of choir daughter, Miss to llnnncc Ihc Federation beyond i Maigarel Hill, Sunday. Ihe sum available In dues from i Mr. nnd Mrs. lilainnn Kolm an: the various couulrics, since n rap- Ml '- and Mrs. Joe Kolm visited ii Idly expanding program has neces- Blylhcville Sunday evening sltnted opening a European offiqe J - p - Zlmmer and wife' arc a tn Geneva, with Miss Dorothy A. Maiden with the latter's mother Hcnckcr, executive director, in /Mrs. A. J. Patterson Mr Zlmmer Is quite 111 and Is receiving medlca treatment while there. Virginia Pendcrgrass, who ha been 111 with the flu, is able to attend school now. Bills Komi and mother Mrs I Koli,,. left for St. Louis Sunday Mrs. Kolm will have her cy«s examined by a specialist and posslblj charge, Pecan Grove News Mr. and Mrs. Rill Robertson were the guesls of Mr. and Mrs. J, N! Robertson Sunday. Douglas Robertson wns the guest of liLs imcle, Jim Robcrtaon, Saturday night. - . Wilfottf Tolnnd was the guest of Calvin Robertson Saalurdny night. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Larson Crump were gueils ol Mrs. I,ena coker Sunday. Herman Wilson returned Saturday from Burdette, Lone Oak Brother Walters filled his regular appointment Sunday maiming and evening. Everyone -is Invited to Sunday ichool here each Sunday morning nl 10 o'clock. The home demonstration club met Monday afternoon nt 2 o'clock. The missionary socl=ly will mset with Mrs. J. w. Fields next Monday nt 2 o'clock. All mothers are cordially Invited. Mrs. Joe Lohley is sick. ' 'Bcrlrnni and -Russell Richardsii of Bragg" City, .Mo., visited their father Sunday. . I Mr. nn;] Mrs. Harvey • Hart o'f Oosnell were wrck-cnd guests of Mr. and .Mrs. 'Charley Hart. : Mr. and Mrs. Lois Hawkir.s nnd children of Hair Moon visited Mr nnd Mrs. Joe Wallers Sunday, i a pos will undergo an operation If ne- Mlss Blanche Tanner, beauty operator nt l-'reeda's Beauty shoppc who has teen in St. Louis receiv- "g inedlfa! trcadncnt nl Bames ncspilal, returned home Mondaj evening and Is much Improved Lloyd Mulllus .returned home Sunday from ExceUior \^™ where he had an awendeclom yat ihe veterans hospital . Miss Jessie Reneau, who Is shying in Memphis with Her sister ?, r *.£ unmn Adco< *. *Jio has te=n " erV °" S P cor , spent AUBTJR^f. Neb,, .(UP) - civde Argabrlght Is the champion 'pos h,rf has Ar- ,- . e e CaU B ht Argabnght trapped a red opossum They are usually gray. TOMORROWS D U f C H AUCTION SUIT PRICE IS 10 There arc 18 suits left. They sold for $25 to $40. Take 'cm fast and they're Yes Sir! One Tin-Dollar Bill Docs It. SATURDAY YOU PAY $9 MONDAY YOU PAY 88 AND THAT'S ALL Alterations at cost-Cash only NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. Denton News Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Standfleld 'Pent Sunday with the former's, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Slandflcld. Misses Iris Longacre and Oltls Demon spent Saturday night «1lh Miss Bernlec Pi-al. Mrs. Carrie McClaiiahan fpenl <l with Mrs. Mabel PITTSFIELU, /Mass., (UP)—After a Jury had teen selected for a murder trial, Sujwrior Judge Frederick W. Fosdlck warned Ihe jurors against overeating, lest they should take side and necqesilale 1 Hie expense o( another trial. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ll, CAMPBELLSPORT, WIs.. —Among eggs sent lo u store m-i? from the farm of Miss Eva Alle* was one weighing five and one- half ounces nnd measuring C |gt,c and oi>2-half Inches in clrcuiufer- cues. It conlalne da single yolk. Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Skipper spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Abbott of Annorel, Ark. Estell Longacre and Millie Crawford 'spent Saturday night and Sunday with Kallurliie Harrison, Charlcne Bradford spent Monday night with tavern Welch. Mrs, Elsie Clriggs is sick tills week. 666 f LIQUID - T.iUi.ET;. - BALVE GC6 Liquid or Tablets lisVil internally and Wli Salve e.vlcrnally, nvike a ccmpletc ana erTeeltve treatment for C'olils. Most Speedy Remedies Known Next Sunday, Feb. 14 is Valentine Day The sweetest Valentine of nil for Sweethearts nnd Mothers Is 'lowers. The Language ot Flowers s the Language of Love. Make rcur Valentine, one o[ Flowers. Ft Ices lower than ever Ireforc for cut nowcrs snd b'.wming plants. Srerytlitng in 'season—Roses, Snap Dragons, Siveet Peas and Cania- lons—The Best to Be H«d. Carsugcs from S1.50 to 85.00 f you can't tell her lhat you love her let Flowers convey your message Fleers Tclcjraplird All Over tht World Heaton's Home of Flowers 1 2CU Davis Ave. WEEK-END SPECIALS Friday-Saturday-Sunday V V ASPIRIN 12's 2 for 15 C CANADA DRY GINCEK ALE 25° LISTEB1NE TOOTH PASTE If MINERAL OIL Sggff Jr. •.•.;•.•.£ TKK TOOTH KKUSH - 50c'nArfll ri/vp AM Xon-I-'i'!isi»e Tumblur - - - 35t- DUiH f Ulj 4" RAZOR BLADES Single Kdjre, .)s IrtC Double Kd(je, ;)s 1U TA\liV Ciulc '- tovt ' rt 'd Cherries, Pound - - - 2!le Lrilwl Hard Candy, 1-2 Pound Ilk New Fitch Deal Filth Shampoo - - 75e Fitch Wave Set Electric Hair Dryer - - - §1.50 All Three Items—Special 51.50 50f Fountain Specials for Friduy, Saturday and Sunday ; Ice Cre;im Sodas or Sundaes lOc '• Special Malted Milk I5 e Special Sandwich and Malted Milk - - - - 25c BATTER1KS IVn'RYTflNfi 75c Monta K l<ouml If Dili lUilEi Envclnm-3 tu M.'ilch. »ulh.' FLASHLIGHT Unit Cell i/>C or GLOBES 1U Ask to See the New Sensational Toilet Goods Line Hudnuts Gcmcy. This Weck-End, Tal f - - - - lUc BRIDGE pA r ci " 50° TALLIES,,., New Low Prices on Adhesives and, Bandages Adhesive, '/ 2 in. x 2j/ 2 yds. IQc Bandage, --2x10 Watch for New Ambrosia Deal Next Week KIRBY DRUG CO. «h A Main fho'nt 23 1 BROS.DRUGC0. 2 fc^ ln I 2! :'? Truly Marvelous Value s n NEW SPRING FROCKS Moirechine Sill{ Frocks 2 Ideal for home or sired wear . . . pastel anil a few dark shades, capo and cap sleeves, washable. . . . you'll want :\[ least two of Ihese. . All Sizes Diagonal Prints Solid Colors- Solid and I'rinled Comljinalions Sizes 14 to 44 Come, choose from over ii dozen of. tlie season's smartest styles ... in advance of the season itself! Kilhcr piinfs or plain colors, plenty of dark shades and new contrast effects (» "ear ri^hl now and all through spring. Now . . . Gigolo Dresses J»s( what you've been InnkinK for to wear for school, street or business • • - exactly as pictured, also-older appealing styles. zes 13 lo 17 lllou.'cs in 1'aslcl Sliadi-s Blue. $ 5 New Styles Arriving Daily New York Store

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