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FACE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS -WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1984 His Optn House. UUs LfUian Deitrich )iad "open' house"^, Monday evening at her home in the Pride addition in compliment to her guest, Miss Pearl Shultz, of Cape Glrardeau, Mo., who "has been her Iced drinks were served the 30 present. * * • Mr. and. Mrs. W. W. Pepper of Little Rock,, who were at Htilfinim for a "visit with their Mil, Stanton, and family, have gone to points of Iowa. They will return here about Septemter 1 before goinj home. • Mrs. J. A. Leech has gone to Orange, Cal.. for 3 visit witli her father. She made the trip by plane. Henry Humphreys Is in Mem phis with his faihjr, S. T. Humphreys of Gates, Tenn., who I; critically 111 at. the Baptist hospital. • « • Chiisl Ambassadors Meet. The Junior Christ Ambassador class of the first assembly of God Church meets every Sunday afternoon at 6:20 P. M. Last Fridaj afternoon, the teacher, Miss Mil dred cudd and the Rev. J. T Rhodes, took the group to Armorel on a picnic. There \veri forty present. All boys and girl from 5 to !5 are invited to Lhi Eervicc-s. Three Sisters Are Brides U. p. C. To Mett,' Ths local U. D. C. will have a call meeting Thursday afternoon at the Hotel Noble, li o'clock, Mrs. Henderson "Hall, president, announced today. • » * . Biplisl W. M. U. Sleets. Twenty-seven members rmd one visitor, Mrs. J. It. Webster, attended the Baptist W. M. U. nt the Baptist church Monday afternoon. The devotional v,,g led by Mrs. Herman Walpo'e. Miss Minnie Poster directed the intermediate G. A.'s •who gave n shadow play. Mrs. W. "M. Williams gave a brief outline f tr.c countries to bs studied in the mission work beginning in Sepfem- • ber. Mrs. T. H. Haynes closed the meeting with prayer. Three brides, all sisters, principals In that rarity, a triple wedding. are shown here In their bridal finery Just titter the ceremony In Fayeltevllle. Ark. Left to rlijlil, they arc Mrs. Marvin W. Melton. bride of the head of the bhawr.ce consolldiilcd whool, in lliis cu'.miy, Mrs. Harrison Hale, Jr., nnd Mrs. Virgil T. Blossom, foimniy llii 1 .Ilsscs Lorce, Mary Jane and Cliurcnc Triable, dauchliTS 01 Mayor intl Mrs. S. T. Tribble of Fayelleville. All lire eiadtiates o[ I he University of Arkansas. Bits oj Nttis Mostly Persona! Mtees Geneva Carter. Luc'.U Bourland. Lois Kelle Stiles ami Sara Ann Eskridge, occompaniec by Bob L«e. Donald Hnle,. Raj Luxora Society — Personal 'Ihirly-nvL- bcrs tiijoj'i'd on Ihc lawn oi Mr. and Mr.s." Vic- H. Y. P. U. inern- UiiU-nncton party Thursday nl^lH. tor Mann's '.crt. Dorothy und Ome^ii, of liup, Texas, ii R' the (juesis of Mr. jnd Mr.s. Calvin Lyiidi. Mr. and Mrs K. B. Thompson lave as tilth 1 gin-it Junior Wnln- v. light, of Alexandria, 1.11. Mis. Fddie Reynold Is at the .Memphis Doctors Attend Medical Society Meeting Mix well known Memphis phy . k-ians were amony the visitor wlw attended llic rogular meclli:,. i,l Hie Mississippi County Medical Fioclfly nt the Hlylhcvfllo ho: {iltal lust night. TV. o of the Memphis doclors liad ],laces on Ihc progiain. Dr. Peres Wucd nave a discussion of "Kom f'r.u-iL-al 1'olnts In Gynecological Tn-ulrnenls". and Dr. Thomus D iRus'ft lectured on "The Obstruct in.: Prostate", and illustrated h Inl.i w'lh lantern .slides. l>r L. 'D. Mostly of Osc.^ol;! v,-,i thr third lecturer and he discussed "flu- iJti- of Sodium Thiocyunale In U.v.vciilci'y." Otli'M- doctors who nlteiuteil Ihe meeting were: John J. Shcn, J. h .Mc~i-lice, E. C. Mltciiejl nnd l.lle .'.iotky of Memplfis; N. B. lillh of Vv.l.vc.ii; J. T. Poll; of Keiser; V. R Salads Must Look Irresistible, Too •Baptist hospit;'.], Memphis, rjcov- FDX of Manila; J. L. Tldwell of |uniy lrom a major operation. |i 3c || ; y. L. Husband, W. A. Orini I Mr. ami Mrs. Jean i-i.Tguson | melt. H. C. SiniE, C. K. Wilson, M. and cliililR-n, Dons, Te-nnle, Ray-! O. Uucy. 1. R. Johnson. D. L. mond and lowing/, of Nashville, Tenn., an: the quests of Ihe former's Etsli-r, Mrs. J. D. MclCenzie, I Gent Maxwell, Aichibald Caich! ings. Jnmes Bell and Jimmy Hill I liiive returned from a six weeks i<-ur of (he eastern stales and I j Canada. Miss L'vulinci llolloivell, of Heber Splines, is visiting her undo, Percy .olionull, IIIK! lamlly. Mr. an:i Mrs. Waller Card spent ii- v.-M.-k-c-nd wilh Mr. und Mrs. (iley U. Jones at. Dlylhr-villc. Mis-, Alice Cieorgi! has as her uesi this week lici .sIsUT, Miss one Crtorge, of Memphis. Mis-, Harriett Smith, ol Martim:n, and Mi^s Jane* Douglas, ii Hrov.'iisvillc, Tenn.. arc it n:e Misses Kiiye and Amelia Bnyd. A. M. Washhiirn and R D. Smith. Steeie High Classes Elect Their Officers' and sons. Carrjl Louis nn;! Roy. of Hot Springs, nnd Brooks Jeffries, of Hoi Springs, are guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Oscar Tilhnan and Mr. and Mrs. Turner Simpson nntl iticir Mrs. llmst formerly . Miss Ruby Bngley of this clly. Oul of iown people here for the 'uncrnl of Tbilimy Rogers were: Mrs. L/ilah Horn nnii daufihter, Dorolliy, ^rr5. Rldle Nelson and Gilohrlsl Shell, of v Mcmphls. SSnilse Shell of Kelser, anil Ml&> Vlvjan Burton of Conway. All of them have returned home except Mlb?. 3urLon who will go tomorrow. Mrs. E. R. Mason wns In Memphis yesterday. J. L. Thomuson jr.. of Memphis and UJylhevljC, 1 5 in t::e city. E. A. Hall, formerly of Ilali and Bherman nnd Trent Nelson. 01 Marion, attended the dance at- the Memphis Casino last, evening, The Rev. and Mrs. Marsh Cal- "laway and son. Maish, Jr., Bat Goodrich and Walter Logan, have returned from a camping trip lithe Ozarks. Miss LaVelle Deaette has returned from the Memphis hospital where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. Her mo ther, Mrs. E. II. Denel'.e, whs. was with her, accompanied IKM home, also her father who motorec down for them Miss Pearl Shullz hns returnrc to her hr>rie In Cape Glwrdt-au Mo., after a visit with Miss Lillian Deitrich. MUs Lottie Blaylock lias roturn td from Current River Bead where she spent the week-en wilh a party of friends antl rela tivas' from Jonesboro. Reggie Allen, of Magnolia. Miss was the guest of Mr. and Mrs fc. M. Simmons Monday. R. J. Kelley, of Birmingham. Ala., spent ycsterdsy and last night with his aunt, Mrs. W. J. Knox, and Mr. Knox. Mrs. James A. Bsrtlttt has lef. for h3r home in Long Beach CB!., alter a visit with her brother. James B. Clark, and Mrs C!?rk. Mrs. Clyde Fowler is up following several weeks illness. Mrs. Oscar Blankerifhip is rc- ciiperalir.g from several weeks i!l ness. She is at the home of liei mother on Lake street Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanton and daughter, Carolyn, J. p. piltman and MUs Mabel Pittman, of Green- wosd, Miss., left yesterday for Chicago to visit ths -world's fair after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall. T'r.ey will visit here again on tie way back to Green wood. Mr. Stanton was formerlj managing editor of tr.e Courie News. Brown Rodgers, who has been vis itlng his aunt, Mrs. FJma Arm itrcng, for thre; weeks, left yes terday for Ouifport, Miss Mrs. N. E. Mattock, and -laugh ter, Jo Ann, cave returned tron Texas w!iere they have teen visit tog relatives for two months. The were accompanied ho:ne by Mr Mattock's mother, who will vis Iwre. Mrs. Lee Walton. Jo!:n Page \Va ton, and Mks Jessalyn Blomsyi arc spending Ui c day in Garni I crsvllle. Miss Velda Martin has returnr- from points in Tennessee, when, has been visiting friends and rcla fives for two months. The Eev. P. Q. norie, formerly pastor of thc First Mclr.odist church here and now pastor of the Dodson Avenue church at Fort Smith, was stricken critically ill from a heart attack several days ago and is still In a. serious condition at 'the St. Edwards hospital, Port Smith; The R«v. and Mrs, Roy L, Hurst Aldrldge and now of Memphis, Is ittending to business here for sev- ;ra days. crate oven for 29 minulcs. Baste ,wo or three limes timnis the baking with fruit Juice or vine • from .sweet pickles. Krnc wilh grilled :ipp!i slices or a spic cd fruit pickle. Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST — Sliced peaches poached eggs on toast, milk, tof fee. LUNCHEON - Chror nnd spin itch souffle, letluri' r.-indiviclie.s, ap pie sauce, Birtgcr bread, milk, lea DINNER — Hum volls wit grilled apple slices, potatoes n urntin, buttered lima beans, lu nialo and slufti'd celery sn chilled watermelon, milk, eofl'd 'jTEELE. Mo—Class officers fit Stc-t-le high school for the school year 1934-3'i have been elected as follows: Seniors:—Ruble Barns, president; AVA Marshall, vice-president; Mary 1'iaiices C'oiK'land. secretary-treas- i.rer; Mrs. C. f:. Miller, sponsor. Juniors:—Minnie E. Taylor, president; Vivian fiay, vice-president: Qiicnlln Still .secretary-treasurer; James L. Builon, sergeant-at-arms; T. A. Hazard, sponsor. •es:—Odell Do:!'l. nrosi- I— well, It just can't be done. j For instance, by this time, d::il; Helen Curry, vice-presi'lenl;! everyone is yetting ttuite tired of Elton Goggins, secrelarv-trcasurer; cold salmis, iiarlicularly ^vcgeta- B'.:i! S'.ory. sergeant-al-arms; S. B. ble salads. Yet the housewife has Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Montic ru- uriuil .Sntuidny lo their home nt Chicago alter a week's visit v.-iui, \lr. and Mis. A. J. Unuirmn. | J1 >' r:ul1 - s>i»"^ui". Jdn, Hancock and Shorty Lamb. ^<..:hrucn:-Eirline nur of Moneitu. weie quests of Mr.|" r «^ n : S"'™ Williams, vice- •ind Mrs. Gordon Law-lion Snn- ' >: " fsld<;nl : OdeU Hayri, secretary-, ( | 11V j uvasnrer; Mrs. Kathenne Taylor, Tiie molded ralid always looks appetizing and refreshing. The atlraclivcncss of inid-suin-i liltlc choice but to keep on serv- completely with slices of eoli! mer dish?s is jusl us Important | ing them. This she can do with boiled eggs. Meainvhile. cliill rc- as their ftiod value. After all. full assurance that, they'll be eat- mainin? gelatin until it' starts in in Ihls kind of weather, it's pretty difficult for a homemaker lo get the members of her family to cat anything nt all nnd as for yettiny them to touch n dish thai doesn't look pcrfeclly lovely full assurance that, they'll be eaten if she'll try varying Ihe recipes j thicken. Pour a layer of it now and then. And pulling a thc eggs. :alad in gelatin aspic is one of I the grandest variations. Here's n rccl;>e: Dissolve one package of gelatin :ispic in one cup ol boiling wnlei. Add a cut! of ice-cold waler. Pour a Una layer in the bottom of a loaf pan and chill until firm. Arrange alternate layers of vegetables und thickened eslalin. using a cupful of string beans l«r the first layer, one cupful uf rilcrd celery for the second and diced cairots fur the lliird. Finish with n layer of gelatin. Chill until linn nnd .serve on a platter, garnish Sprinkle with paprika and cov?r I with parsley or lettuce. IP «^O M E-G) V Joe Pride jr. Better After Sudden Illness from Doris Union Counts hns returned City, Tenn., \vhcr-3 DAN THOMAS -- GEORGE SCARBO she was the guest uf Miss Curiiuiel H-Fool Tomato ViflCS Morrison for i-^iveral days. Mis;; Ueiii-ie Mae Douglas, of Jrmeslowi!, Jiiiys.. has returned lo her home after several we?ks visit wilh Mr. and Mis. Robeit L. Uouclas nnd family. Miss Muxine Wallace has gone io Vina. Ala., to be the guest cif her luMher, W. M. Wallace, Jr., and fnmlly. Elstm'r Uuall returned Monday lrom FaycltcvilX', \vlimc he nl- tcnded the Mflton-Tribuli: He w,is Ihc week-end guest Miss Elinor liule. Mrs. Charles Lane, accompnn- of Demonstration Club News INoles KITCHEN BV MAKY K. NL'A Servlci- SlafT \Vrilcr Before the days of scientific iefvigcration hnm and cured tnculs if vsrioia sorts were Ihe piin- :ipal sunuuel meats. Now nl-. . vhongh fresh mcnl* are availaijljl ° oc ' ; ' .n abundance, liam still 1'nuls sp2-1 Jin' favor during hoi weather. l f you nre going to b.iko u hum several jxjiums of Canadian Armarel Cluh iSlccIs 'Ilir Annorcl cannhiB i-lnb met AiiEiist 1 with 22 members nnd £C7vrnl visitors present. Mrs. Klicl Redfnrrt RUVC :i Inlk for I benefit of club momtc-rs on "Uf.2 I of C;uis and Cnnnlnj Equipment." ! The club elected the following j committees: "Yard improvement". 'Mrs. E. A. McKinnon: "Cnnninj", I Miss Ruth Ryan: "Clothing 1 ', Mrs. Hub Smith; "Feeds", Mrs. Jerry J. Traukum; "Home Mrs. Juhn Robins; "Poultry", Mrs. Mucgis Downing. Tlie next meeting will bi 15. ill held 2:30 re cut. Both the flavor and Kx-!' 1 ': 1 "" ure of the rjieai are greatly im-'' ! , l !L -oveu ty the soahiiii. . |xi:iltry Cook in Loir Tcmiler.iluir I' 01 ]' 8ai Vrny Club Meets le Pcrrj- Home Demonstration met. nt the canning, kilchen aeon always Irt It slant! in cu'.d j rail;iy nlterllcon - nter for al it-ait eight hours d-'-- llle snrdcning chalnnaii. -ending nf course on the size of- Joh " Porr - v - ^ve a talk o re cut. Both the flavor and ux-! 8Uldl -'' is :md "'"uraged all to "' ' soon as it rains. The chairman, Mrs. J. I 1 '. Jolin- gavc ii talk on how lo Another poi:ii !o kc"-n In mind tcv r ^ l"0il«clion. Mrs. J. W liic necr«ity of slo'..' codinm.i tlt ,'. ldoi1 ' fo<xi c'">'i'i"nn. ft lie curing prucc.-s drici and haul- 1 I ' ll ' : 011 «'«"! dishes and ico: ns the fibers o! the nirut su mi*' 11 ""' ""'' lnnin vccipe iieitij pro rdfr to preveui bnltktiesi Ion" ' l ' arc " lrom ydlou ' cucumljeis am :o'. cookmg ir. imperntivi-i chrc£c ' TlK '. "<>m"e >'li"tl'.er th? cocking [irocc.-s L 1 , '' ''''- ni frarlry, f;i' oiliiu-. biollint or baking low 1 1:n ''"'JiC'-ary canning needs fo emperature must be inain'taincd . a '• un)1 >' of I've. Everyone is try Sonicthln? tart MCIIIS essential!" 1 ?. '- 0 " leet tllc5e f-'Cjuirsments. : an accompinimsui to tailed] 1 '' vcr J' 0! ' t ' ts pioud of (\K Pen cats, but try lo r.void Ihe monol- i r • !!l -' :! "5 cti:t:r. hoping lhat nolh Jny of always 6ervins/ the samel 1 "'" ;1:[>! c<l " !ie fanned will b hing. If jcu arc in" a rut un:l| * MS!C '• u i' lf> d3lp there linv on'inuouEly seivs pineapp:? skces ••"•" *- sl ' 0 or " wrc c a "i of ve se it! your hnm. the following l: ; ; l= ;k - ; olld fruits canned at til i&./ help you to conco:l soini- iriglnal mixuires or combinations: Slues of orange-rind and all- ;LallIliei' Will Hold aroA-ncd in ham fat. Eriiled an-ile! ,. . . *" . , il!ci-s. glactd bekcd apples, ciiiil-, ftlceling in MlSSlSSmp :d cpiceri apple sauce, broiled ca-' JSlias. |laccd apricots, spiced j The Rev. Ii. K. Latimer. paslo ?.'achfs, ices end sherbets of piiK- jC f the Ptrst Chtistian chinch wi ippje, orange, lime or lemon.] go to Holly Springs. Miss Mon- :1amii sauc? always is liked, bull ray whrie" lie will conduet an irance tauce. tomp.to sauce, troz- [< vangclistir n-ctiiis; In :i nraiin Htrry kitchen Roseland. Are Bearing Heavily Another "believe it or not' 1 is a ! U:naio vine in Mrs. Gillian Star- ki-y's R.inicn which Is 11 feel high. l-'i"in ll'.is vine she picked llnee toiuatoi-s ueiglt'ing a total of -1 l-'i l^jundj Khc planted I'Jiiitroy seed in cur- iy ijirlng and pulled up the weaker plants. 'Hie lemaining plants grew to unusual heights. All of Ihe plants are at least eight feet high arc toaring V.eavily. SUrkey, who lauehl school d by her mother. Mrs. Harriett | m Mississippi county for 30 years, lasgow. of Joneslwro, has aonc : m . 1c li> no special clfort to produce (he nn:ii'jally laryc plants. She cared for Ihcrn nlone. ns sVie does nil of her vegetables, fruits and ' flowers, except for the plowing. On i-i.'r 50-rIool lot she grows r.ispbciTles. peaches, two of /pears, strawb fries, grapes, plums, mulberries, all kinds of vegetables ami flowers and raises chickens. a Saiem. Ky., to vkit relatives. ieek Leading Place in Curricular Retonii Bccmtso of nn aim lo have Bly- linviilc hiL'li school a lender In ti.c tw curriculum program, lour m- tructore attend™ (he recent i'c.!r- nl Nashville, Tenii., \vlici.- cpri'feni.-itlves. of schools and i-cl- Jgc.i In nil ll'.c southern slates, ''ere nlso present. I Crawford Greene, tuperlnu-iuli:.- ; f llie city schools and regioi::i] '. liairmnn of the Arkansas Coop- ' Uic subjecl utetl by the Rev. ratlvc Study 1'iogrnm, Miss Kwa : Leslie Gaiiirou tonighl al Ihe Hardy, principal, Miss Laura tc »t revival on Chicknsawbn Avo. sell, and Hunter M. Steadmnn.''\ lsl se audience enjoyed the cou- e amont; the 'Si Arkansas edu-. ccrt of Everett .McDowell and his alcrs -present. . band last ni^lit. The tnosi attrac- four "A Roundup in Hell" Evangelist's Subject Itomid-up In Hell" will be * LETTEa. HE TELEPHONES OR TELEGRAPHS. -ZIEGFEJ.O FOLLIE5 fa-3 S&'D TO 66 (JOLLY- WCCDi KST j FtViiCRESSES IM W3LLYs','OOD { VJrtO CA'lPMVTHE PlP& I O3Cr!!.\>EG. FATHESTAUGHT- | IJ BSVJTY CO-yTESTS Joe P. Pride, Jr., is much improved today following a sudden illness yesterday which almost, proved falal. He had been ill from colitis for a thort time and took quinine. A chemical reaction, a very rare one, set up and he became crit- icilly ill after lapsing into unconsciousness. Several physicians lieated him and today he is out ol danger. Thc four day conlerence vlth phases ol curriculum woik loing c'li in the curriculum Inborn- ory. Tile Arkansas group Is pi.'- bnlletin:; for I lie. ,sccoi-,<l live feature of tin: services is. perhaps, the niglilly showing ol "The Passion Play" in moving pictures. CAim OF THANKS We are grateful to everyone who •car of the study prosrnm. This, helped, us in our sad hour. The orojeci aims lo improve the tone..-' kindnesses extended by Dr. S P. efficiency and to rebuild iMr- Martin. tho=c who scut" floweis ind cumculuin upon (he icallsation, all wr.o rxtrnded sympathy in any .hat correct, pxperienrr in nil aa-U- ay will always b? remembered .vitu-s uf (lie school, under t!i<- Mrs." Emma 1J>U liters *imlaiic.o ol leacliers. should be-: Miss Dorctlica Ro.,-,-1-, ambition nf education. ' jj_ 13. Kogers jr. A NEW TO SOLVE ICT PROBLEM horicrsdlsh sauce p.nd frorrti icr.:iiiLn»ty .nus'.aid sauce arc simple ni.il delicioui for Miininrr meals. Thc IN" SV.MVAT1IY combinnlion of horseradish nnd To Mr.= . Kminn lou Uiigtij, atid ir.ii.Maid Is splendid, loo. • laniily—May wi\ nu-inbeis of tli2 Tlie next lime you niusi rc:oit| 1! oy Seoul iroop 31. express 0111 lo co'.d broilrd hnm as nn finer-| ; Vmpathy to \oti lor the l(vss of iji'i-.ty ti'y ham rolls. 'Ilu-y tslLi-t' lr » i niy. tliinnth wo nnlir.v lioiv only a lew minutes to prepare and ! "ttlo \voui.s menu to you at thij ore quite unusual. lin'-e. Ham Itolls | Sco'.il Troop 31, Four sl:ct^ cold boiled i:am. ij J-w Alr-xandi-r. Kniut Masljr. slalc brrad crumbs. 1 tficon mcllc-d apple or currant ] jelly 5 tablespoons milk, 4 lca-| spccns prepared imislrml. paprika. Combine bread crumbs, milk. Jelly, mustard and paprika. Spic.id Uklus, Kc-blorhliiK & Trlniinliif H-ils Wc r.in makr- your eld hals like new. Steam blnrkrd inlu any new a thin layer on tach slice ol ham. Mr , ,, •,. ,..• IV „ i> n Roll and f«ir-n ,riih ,,^^^,i Mrs - "• c " W>cWwm - ISrss JI.il! loolhpicks. faslen Place baking dish and bake In a wilh wooden I . | ., \ III will ivt ^IMVIlUr ?." , 8 : . 1 ' D ; V ! «" West M«ln - - Vhoue 2SO At Our Kr SPRAY AND POWDER WE HOUSE THAT f LIT SPRAYS A Cool Laxative For Hot Weather tl's tl J.tpfu) tnd bt r if you r -.^ , li»tive. All v»u . ' «ooliiig n.ir.1 rti . ,< mv. •TWiiitm m Fftn-a-nini- -itid >^,-ia!t vou ch.w it, th. h,,,;,, is dambutd ;•.:<,„ ini. lormly into thi iom'anfi lo s i v , , B , n ,t t . >tl Ihcrnugti icucn. Drl«y is dingetouj so iod»|r g« b.tfc on xhtdulf. Oi;-.r r.on Automobile Sales Co. Cor. Main & Fifth (Successors lo J. 0. Appleby llolor Cu.) Sludebaker, Hudson, Tcrraplane nnd Willys cars. KELVINATOR Eleclvic Refrigeration Get our prices and terms before you buy any electric refrigerator. The Voters Joe Dillahunty, Candidate for County Treasurer, is confined to his bed because of malaria fever; he will be unable to visit any of the voters in the interest of his candidacy. The rest of the campaign will be in the hands of his friends. Any activity by his friends in behalf of his candidacy will be deeply appreciated by Joe Dillahunty and by his many friends. He has been our friend; his friends will come to his aid now. Joe DMlahuntv Friends ol "THE TAXPAYER'S FRIKND" fT COSTS SO ilTTLE-IT DOES SO JWUCH'l Candidate for COUNTY TREASURER

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