The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 6, 1930
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PAGE TWO COURFRK-NKWS Items of Personal Interest QflPIPTV PI I IDQ Cubit: I T-ULUDu Activities and News of Women __.THURSDAY, FKMKL'AKY G, 1930 Exhaust Ri(js Place of Rats Socmt Calendar Thursday Tho Thursday Luncheon club U> meeting with Mrs. W. M. Mclionzlc. Mrs. JN Louis Cherry is having ,;Uie Mid-Week club. Th; Two Table Bridge club is hiving its party with Mrs. Charley Partlow as hostess. ' The Jewish Ladies Aid society | will meet at the liomc of Mrs. S. Joseph at 7:30 o'clock when Mrs. Rcwland Woltcrt will also be hostess. Friday The Ladles' Bible class of the First Methodist Sunday schco) is tuning a meeting with Mr;. Lee at the home., of R. A. Nelson. .The Filedis Sunday school class of .the First Bap.'.lEt Sunday school will Have its, monthly meeting at the church lit. 1:30 o'clock. The auxiliary of tho American Legion will nisei fit the home of Mrs. S. G. Steinberg it I 2:30 o'clock for n program on "Americanism." Mrs. J. Ncal Gescll and Mrs. Samuel F. Nr.rris are having a bridge party at the Woman's club at 3 o'clock. Saturday The Woman's club Is having a 'benefit party at the clubhouse at 1 o'clock. Japan's Prettiest peas for iho centopleco and these | *Tf flunked with tapers of the | •nnie shades. Smllax ran over the 1 cloth to each guest's place also marked with'place cards In pastel: rindcj. In the dessert course the! litters "P. T. A." was Iced in the Individual Ices. j Thoie present were: Mcsdaincs i Ram Hedges and M. L. Simmers | of Osccola. II. C. Dew of Leach- vllle. w. c. Wnhl of Armorel. II. l A. Smith ond S. S. Sternbcig of I this clly. Miss Jewel Bradley cf : Sliawnee and Miss Willie A. Ivnv- j son, nlso of here. O Mostly Personal CHICAGO (UP)-A mcderii Pled prun " arc l ? n i'lper has ccino out of the castl ""'. .' et the water boll during R. R. Rushing, Augusta, Maine, bethought hlnifcK how he could ri:l his barn of (he (.warms of cn- cunouG rats nnd pilsons of wld£- ly admtired lethal qualities which i'.: had ircd to combat them. Into his thoughts flashed the scai'l.n:, "Curbon Monoxida I'oic- ::!ng Kills." Wasting no time with •;c:ilco dcl;atc, he went to the unn and worked diligently to cuullc M»;. (J. n. Driver, will spcfyl S:il-' lui f - lo l> lllc holes and openings uruny here as the gueU of Mls/il f ll:e building. Tightly dosing the Ma:y El!?n Stevens. . windows anil doors, he backet! up .Vc«l!inrs C. E. Sullenger T \v I • i '° ' a mlly flivver and attached a 1'cl'er, W. K. Hum, W. W.'pro'v.ini lcr stl> 'f rubber tubing to the c^- and .-us. Wathcn, Jr,. and D!ck ol I '- uusl ' This he Inserted in a pro- OiccLln. wjrc visitors In tho city i ;larcc! c l )cnln i.' Into the barn. VL'iUrduy. | Alter the motor had ueeii'run- -Mr-,. C. !,. Orrell is spending to- '''",'•' for 20 millutc6 > Rushing stop. Cover with old water and let] cd. Turn out Oil a law plate and! Kll prunes with miMui'o aiM -c-,- stand over night. Bring slowly to! nil center with cream whipped un-| en a bed ol let'-ice !r--ri "vif-i the boiling point In the tame water,I til firm, swceler.rd with piwdcred • French dic'slne .reduce heal anil simmer until the (sugar and flavored with vanilla. Garnish with cherries and thin nar- - , , row strips of citron. cooking. Let stand in liquid until " cool. One tablespoon sugar can be added when trull Js removed Saa* l runes I Beauty's first requ!si:c—skin psr- Sixtccii flue h'lic ]>ru:i<h. 1 pa?!c-1 fecttan. Thus, ihc fjiri 1 -: cud age Neufchr.ul cheaic, 'i table-innartci'. use MELI.O-GLo' from fire If cut in neat loo tart. When c-ol, halves and remove stone. Add juice from lemon and prange, and chill thoroughly. Serve in c cktail ylntscs. The recipe win rcrvc four per- icns. Greater For Lovely Women ' K'ti' of Prunes One ixnmd prunes. ', cup sugar.; 4 teaspoous granulated gelatine, l\ sup v/liipping crcaEii. •! tablespoons i powdered sugar, \'\ teaspoon vanilla 1 candled clierrle?, citron. Wash prune: well through several waters. Let stani over night m cold water to cover. Simmer] spoons finely chopped nut meats, 1Powder that spreads mure smooth- crcom - i ly and produces a youthful Kcom. j Sciub prune? and v.'ash through i Its new Frwich procrsj makes I toveial wato/s. Cover with belling! MELLO-GLO stay on Icnaei 1 and ! ivater, c'vcr bcvvl closely and let 'bans the shiny nose. I'lirc! Prevents i stand until cool. Drain and re-1 pajtlncts, flakiness, inilt>.;ii:i and I liove stones. Mix cheese with nuts: large pure.s. Use MELLO-GI.O. ;:ioug:i croam to make ii.cisi.' Klrby Drug Co. A-.iv. the JOY^LiyiNG^^ f fn>fl \ r flH)t <lnv '" °= ccoi;l with Mrs. J. L. ! |:ei1 l " c on shie and approached the | gently In this water until tender IJi.*tlll . Y?.lt/<' iji/.inrjtr-rt,, ...i^ «r..« r i.. «. '. "I n.lrLI Mn(. n rnnnrtV iinr n c/.nn^l A.^.I ..[....m u..t ..». i...^i. n .. r>..^i» of Crawfwa-Hanlcj First honors 'In a imtlonal hcauly contest In Japan liavo been awarcl- ! cd to Miss Siilaic Tnkltci, Japs- Announcenicnt was made yestcr- j nese movie star, shown abovo. Slic day; : ol the marriage of Mlsj Ellz- j wen over more tlian 2,000 coni- abeth Hartley, ot Steelc, Mo., to Mr ; plrie Crawford, of t!iis city, the 7wodding having taken place Tuesday evening.' The ring cere- money was performed at 6 o'clock to the evening by the Rev. DeBolt. pastor of, the Flvst Presbyterian ciurch of CoruthcrsvUle, Mo., nt his. study. ' , , Far the wedding Hie bride wore a spring, mprtpl of m:rnUiE blue ciepc Elliabeth with accessories.of a deeper^ tone. Mr.", nnd Mrs. Crawford arc in St. • Louis fer a bridal trip and will be at home In this city after February 15. The bride, who Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hartley ot St'eele, attended Fayette College at yFayette, Mo., followlnB her graduation from the Stcele high schcbl. Prior to her marriage she was complimented with several Interesting social affairs by friends wlu have known her for a number of years. Mr. Crawford hat been associated .•with the Farmers Bank and Tnist company for several years. He received his education at Springfield, .Mo; • ' petltcrs In Iho greatest contest of its kind yet staged lu the Lnnd '. of the Cherry lilossoms. i rluirch Friday night, hnvc brcn made In? n! the 1:30 o'clcck. by the teachers and others which will b3 of interest for (he coming month. Class Meets Members of the Ladles Bible clars of the First Presbyterian c'.iurch had nn unusual treat Tues^ day night by meeting nt Yarbro Mr. nml Mrs. Civile Howcll Premise Land r.tient Saturday nltil nnd Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace Davis of Blythevllle. - Mr. nnd Mrs. Wyley lloll of Clear I.nke siicnt Saturday night r.nd Sunilay in (he Promise Land ccmmimlty. Loss l r ra/.!er ami family called ut the Walter Slcwart home Friday i Misses Ora D.ivls and Ulhel Mac ' Williams called 0:1 Miss Bertha Ball Friday afteniron. [ Mr. and Mrs. Edsar Davis of Burdettc spent Saturday nljli", and Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. , Williams. I Mrs, Less Fr.wler visited at the- homc ot Mrr. R. If. V. Burks Mon- dav. Misses Ora and Dora Davis anil Tliclma Little visited In Blythe- vllle Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dill Nlnner sncnt Kunday with Mr. and Mrs. Louis'! Kail. iiardjon nnrt Mrs. Irwin Burton -Mrs. W. O. Maxwell rp?nt li-t nlglr. and today in Leachvlllc with: Mis. Louii Ethrklgc. I Jhcmle Allen Is 111 at hij home! 0:1 navh avenue. • ; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Fields anil', family, of Stcele, Mo., have moved j to this city and are now ccjldln^ I at the W. D. Chamblin residence i rn Davh avenue. Mr. Fields Is' connected with the C. L. Bennett j company. I Hale Jacison, of Osccola, attend-1 cd to business here yesterday. Thomas Heal Simpson will spend the. week-end at Union City, Tenn with his family. Miss Cora Lee Colcman 'is In j Manila and Leachvillc today. Misses Winnie V. Turner and Lula Scotf. attended the baslcelba,!! game In Osceola last night between the elementary and senior high school Parent-Teacher associations. ' E. A. Hall, of Memphis, Is at- j tending to business here. oaru. Not a trjiicak nor a squeal diet Ii3 hear. Nor has he teen any! :als slnco! i and plump but not broken. Drain and measure juice. There shr.uld be two cups. Add sugar and bring j int. Remove frcm fire SISTER M ', to belling pol: — j and s'.ir in gelatine softened In 4 tablespoons cold water. Stir until dus'lved. When cool, dip each piu:ie with ston; removed in BClii- tlnc and place around a ring mold I In row?. When prunes' arc llrm toj the tench, add jelly and let stand in a cold place until (inn and cliill- Mrs. Julius Brlsendlne hns been seriously I proved. but Is now much 1m- Lonc Oak Items Rrr'.hrr willlairs delivered two , , ; , „ _ - _ „ . . , ^cplicnt rcrmons Sunday. Tile co!- nt the IKIIIC of Mr:. D. C. McLean, j ]! , ct1cn t j kcll {m him WBS qultc ,, b . After the business was transacted, ! crn i crnicsts were played ; | I Miss Belle Whltsltt had as hsr 'quests yesterday her sisters, Mrs. Joe Trice of Jonesboro and Miss Alice Whltsltt of Paragauld. W. B. Tanner Is returning thh afternoon from Greenville, Miss. i where lie attended to business fo:- I a week. Mrs. Walter Omnbles rmd children i, nvf t li<- rvmiwtlvv ol the com. mmlty ia tl . clr bcrc&voment. Mrs. Johnson Is 111. Higher Williams wns the guest Mrs. Grace Provow, of Hlckmnn, j C f M r . an ,i M rs Fl . llnlt nurcliclt The dcllclom plate lunch tcrvcU late iii^thc evening. jrliiison-I'rovow To 'Makf Address at ' Drdica(iqn of Jfciv School Mrs. H.'A. Smith, one of the vl:c pre'fldents of the Arkansas Con- . . . grc53 of Pannts-Teachcrs, will tol.'wrmit a feature speaker ot the dedication] • • exercises of the new Tyronza high Cclclir.ilcs nirthday tchc-1 tcmorrow nlsht. Her themu is to be "P. T. A. Work.' pnd Mr. J'hn C. Johnson, of Ar- niornl, obtained a marriage license in Ihis city yesterday. Ultchurch-Portcr A marriage llceme was issued yesterday to Miss Laura Porter, fit''Holland. Mo.,' and Mr. Miller Unchurch,.of Rlpley, Term. A!c.\antlCT* Miss TiiefesS. Arnclt' and James Leroy Alexander, both- of Stcele. MJ.. "were Issued marriage Ihis city yesterday. Charlotte Buss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Bugs, celebrated iE? there are but, three con- ] her tenth birthday Tuesday eve- ircss units in Polnsctt county, cf-^ii ns by having a number of her fort.-, are being made to Increase fiiends go to the slvA- and spend the n t B ht with her. The crowd raw Buddi' Hosiers' In "Half Way to Heaven;" at the Rltz theater and the activities. refreshments'-.of n midnight lunch ivas enjoyed when sandwiches. Have Luncheon Mrs. Virginia Keck and Mrs. J. H. Morrison were hostesses to a pretty luncheon yesterday given Brinks. Ice cream and cake was at'their home on West Main street, served. in compliment to Mrs. Marijn A. The houoreo" received an attrac- Bcggs and Mrs. R. A. Moore, who tj ve assortment ot gifts, are leaving this city soon to make Woman Lost 19 Pound of Fat-Cost 85 Cents their homes In other places. Silver candlesticks held tapers! lias and pastel shades of sweet peas' ji t K\ci?ntivc Luncheon T. E. Tate centered the time luncheon tables which showed ths spirit of Saint Valentine with Valentines as place cards. 'The two 'honored Guests were presented shoulder corsages of sweet ' peas. After the two-course menu, served at one o'clock, the 12 ladies present made Valentines and played a heart game with letters. Jmvors Meet The junior Missionary Society ct the Lake Street Mcthcdis'l church met Rt the hc:ne of Mrs. j _ Gercidln? Rylce Wednesday .liter- 1 WANTED— Room noon with IS present, including j . Ilcn 11 members, four visitors and their ;.; spcna'r. Mrs. J. W. Adams. j In tho program wru memory ; w^rk. scripture readings and songs. After tho program they enjoyed refrerhments re-vcd b.v the hostess and her mother Mrs. W. c. liylce. of Annorcl president of the Mississippi County Council of Parent-Teacher associations, was hostess to ir.embei's of Ihc executive board for n luncheon meeting yesterday at the Hotel Noble. Tliu nine ladies present were served im' appetizing four-course menu at a table gay with a cc arrangement cf yellow ninl lavender. There war a silver basket of yellow roses and lavender sivcct TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY tor tv.o ntar Main rtrccl. Cpkio Halsell cf Dlythevllle al- Icnrtal church at tone Oak Sunday. Mr nnd Mrs. Erbic Hodge visited Mr. and Mrs. Lclnnd Hodge Sunday, i Mrs. B. D. Hodgr Is Rreally improve;! alter several weeks illness. i\nt<>n Mis. Susie Dixon, Curulliersville, Mo., was admitted to the nlythr- vllla hospital today. Pntlciits dismissed wcici Mrs. K. Ueccc. city; Ford Eskridyp. Promise Land; Mrs. B. Vtagnrr. Tyler, Mo., Miss Clyde Bishop, city. Hy SlSTliU MAKY Uoc^ ycur family icfnse to cat [;lain, everyday stewed prunes? Then try these recipes for luncheon or dinner and overccme all ob- ]cstlons A prune c'ektail for dinner Is a concoction very different from slewed piuncs fcr breakfast. A ri:i!,' of prunes for dessert will be r.clccine:! as n Ircat, and when the :2ii'C once despised prune appears t'.i'lTcd In a salad, in one will rec-. In the winter, vlipn succulent v:setaWfs are not plentiful and ihc variety oJ frrsli fruits is ratli- :r limited, it payj to UEC dried ;':r,ils cf all kinds as often as pos- .'.blc. Prunes particularly are a v.V.:iable focd and term an Impor- innt part of the diet. S:HCL> prunes are graded tot i::ark« ihesc daj'S, It's quite easy f'r ihc homckcspcr to rjet cxacllv twccn an-owl and the engineer ' ' ' of nn electric eN-press train 1ms. '"'S. the best grades are the ciicap- juit been reported at Linkoepiui;. i -'*'. In the long run, for they are U\ .snuthcrn Sw;sen. The blr.l.: ;!ic finest flavrred and contain the probably attracted by the head-! -.!ini!o:t "stones. .However, the lights of (lie loo-inotlve, bnr.='.; way;, in \vhch tho fruit u to be nsalnst one cab window and broitc - u l id. of course, determines the the glass. , ] .^rade wanted. F.Vcll, Inside. It sail!; Its Into thr Miciildcr of the motornuni • l"rune Ccckiail and attacked him with its bill. The ' Tv.civc line large prunes, 1 lemon, engineer rruld not leave .his grip; I ci on the switch, and a ncrce battle: ChcrEe the'best prunes available. ensued while the train raced on Us i Scrub well through several waters. way. -At last Ihrr molorman .uie-1 — _ ' '. •£—*-. —r^ : '— cccdcd In strangling the bird, wlik-li. was an umisally large sijccimen. | Owl Battles Engineer On Swedish Expnss STOOKHOLSf (UP)-A stlMBtl- - „between an-owl and the cnglneir ."iiat she wants. Generally speak- SAYS! Tr.NLAC WITHOUT EQUAL FOR STOMACH AND LIVER TROUBLES Hwse Gins RtnurUUe Fadtrsenent Tan]nc may seem miraculous in its action to millions who ended stomach, liver and kidney troubles as well as rheumatism, pains in the back, sides, joints and muscles from ils use—Imt the truth is every drop of Tanlac U n etroi;y latent ir.edi- elnc while mvst ath«r remtditj nre weak and ir.efTcctive. Mrs. D. Ficcord, a nurse with man)- ycatd' oxpcrionef, in &r.c who oURht to Vnow. 3ho iara, "In 10 year* active nursins haire found Tnn!«c wjtlwut *n e-iual as n remedy for ttomcch ar.'I lifer truubles, nnd I can certainty prom- i<* t*«)lilc wonderful results in view ot my (one experience- wiib thb mcdfclr.c. I hod Btcaiach troubies for years, could eai warcply nnythins uithaul $ufT«Hrc. never any aiipctitr, nhinys nerv-ous ftntl rundown. Uut ni 90011 ivs I l*enn TaTiE.ic it started tw ImLIU me r^ht uu. AH etcinich Iroublvai were rolled and r.evcr any pnin, rfistrc-i! or irascs since. Now 1 cnt every- th!np with ix-rfcct wfely." Many "imtent medicines" make" clowinc prrmijei that may tempt you to fcuy them hnt remember Tnnlae is a ItKAI, nuJ^Jne that backs ILi claims with R vunranle?. Do not accept a lufcstituce. At all druzfibla. DAVIS AND GWALTNEY cpeiilnj a new meat and gro- Lery store in the old Moss build- Ing SATURDAY, FEB.- 8 (A home owned store) "In the best stories, the humor lies In the implication."—7,ona Gale. ASC- 11 ill r lablc Tells How Much i Women i and Girls Should Weigh | How would you like, to lose 19 pounds of fat In a month and ali the same time increase your energy and im- jrovo your health? That's Just what cnc westorn woman did—how happy she is. How would yon like to lnsi> a load of unhealthy fat UKU you don't need and don't want nnd Average Weigh! of Women With Olntlies ; Feet and Inches of Height With Shoes! 3-11 146 n°.\:i'- "i: .)..». #\ i!) I 11; ..'«• Hi ilij :»i j ore throats Quickly relieved by rubbing on Class to Mtct The FidcUs Sunday schorl clAss of the First Baptist church will liaye its monthly, businsss mcct- . in a pbsj of ''lot water every morning ami when yoiiyliavc (in- IshMl the contcnls of Ihis first bottle •weigh yourself again. Now you can lau^h at the ijoo- ple who pay hundreds of dollars to lose a few pounds of f;il— unw you \\i\\ know the pU-.tsant way lo lust 1 unsightly fat and you'll also know that the 0 \UaI- i/ini; salts of Kruschen isalts that your bleed, nerves and glands ; must, have to function properlyi — you with ^'ionous at the same time fee! beilcr thai yon have for years? j Haw would you like to Icsc your double chin and your too prominent abdomen nnd at Hie fame time make your skin so clean and clear that it will compel ndmlra- ti:n? How would you like to get- your have presented weight down to normal anil nt the. ;;cal|h. DYES'>? Million J*RS USED YEARLY i r ^'ne time develop that urci- f m I activity that makes work a 'urc nnd also gain in ambi'.bn and keenness cf mind? Get en the scales today ami .,.,-> i how much you weigh—then pot 85,-ccnl bottle of Kruschcn i srll Kruschen Salts—oyu ran &>lts which will last you lor 41 ways gel it at Kitby Drus C.;. weeks. Take one-half te.ipnimfull c«iHlv~iChildbirth .Will Step ' Remove Corn or Money Refunded G WAFERS FOIMOc NOT UKK THK RKST; After 'hat you'll want tu w;ilk aruund nnd say to your trinuls— "One 85-ceut' bnule rf Krnsohcn Salts Isiwortli onp hundred dnli.u- of any fat person's money." Leading drucsisU America ovrr r.I- Adv. fil a j;cncr;i! alnrp. -di-Wi-iir anil Notions. We hnvc ju>:l (ipc Dry Gmiils. Ri-itily cordially invilo (tic [mblic ( o i-onic in mid soi' us. And if our niti-fhaiulisi: ;uid prifc.s justify - - - - - -/M y paj) at once and quickly remove I , Y °-> com, callaus, roots and all or'-ti money • back. .<iwc >-mir«ir UK. K "' ! i. <: '*": M " you, wo would purl of ydiir pal- No thick doughnut-shaped padsl P 0 ™ 1 " 1 *- V«ry'Y»hi_«bic ir burning acids—just a tiny, thin ! b"-.V ifc S pr^c- CC ih1 il i (m so s^clhins tr.A (crnllly o-.iy— i:-. keepir^ il.e as paper wafer. Press one' on the' p -Hcihcr'! corn with finger and it sticks there.•" TG 6 ?t »n dtug uo: ( 51.25 ptr J. J, Freeman Sample Shoe Store o rallc | Leader NDIVDUALSTM onecasfma Mode * Boolery A Ki'vtliilion of Foolwcar Smai'tness is revcalal in otiv first slwwinjj of the New Spring Styles, that vc- I'liicls tiic Jlo;!e of the Sunny shores of Palm Beach. "Knrlync," dainty one- strap, illustrated in the now sliadc of Sun Tim Kid, made over nil entirely new last, ^0-8 spike heel. in "A mar," a cleverly fashioned Pump Sun Tim Kid, with collar o f lilenii shadi's of Silk-Kid. "Dixie," an outstanding Sport patten), thrc? straps, center linckk', Cuban heel, made in Sun Tan Kill, combined with blending shades of brown. McCallum JTosicry "Good Shoes ami Hosiery' ' Your joy may depend upon rich, rcd-blood-ceils A HEALTHY body is vigorous, strong and sound. It is man and woman's greatest asset. It demands that the retj- blood-cells shall not be decreased in number. The red-blood-ccl!s are its workers— 5,000,000 to the cubic millimeter. It is dangerous to let the blood count remain below normal. With an increase in the red-blood-'cells, you will be on the right road to Health. This is Nature's way to body power and to clear ekin. You owe it to yourself and Family to (jive S.S.S. a trial. It promotes healthy body building. It helps Nature build rich, ted blood. For more than 100 y'ear-j S.S.S. has been helping people regain and retain their strei-.^th and charm. It is made from strictly fresh vegetable drugs and is easy to assimilate. Pleasant to take. Thousands of users have testified to its'benefits in. unsolicited letters of gratitude.. . QS.S.S. Co. Makes You Feel Like Yourself Again You will lo delighted with S.S.S. blood-buittHag snd tonic.affects, Toks at mealtime. At all <frc£ stores in i"fQ sizes. Ask /or the /arger s/zc. If fs more economical. Including Many New Spring Styles of You phoiilu kuy at Iea?t two shew w::cn yen can act IIC-A- ^lylsK at sitch lew prices- t'tiinps. strapr. nuri ties in patent, satiti aiui the liijht stinries, all heels. • $4 and $5 Values •n>85 and 3 85 Full Fashioned C I III'TON UK SKRVU'K WKIGIIT ;>iue tl-.iT.ul til's Ii'oi:i l-j;) E-) tot 1 , full fa?hiuncd in • tiicev riiiffon cr se~vlc; wcijht inchuilns u'- the new fhado>j foe spring. A veal value. SUN-TAX SllAr.i-:3 AIJ.UUE nuKi-:/:;-: SUN BUOXXK. DUSXY MYSTK1IV. Xl'DK AND 0'IIIKK S:\i.\i.~.T SI i AUKS SHOI' OUK WINDOWS WHY PAY MORK WHEX YOU CAN GET SUCH GOOD \'A1,UES HEUb

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