Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on January 16, 1948 · Page 4
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January 16, 1948

Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 4

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V I 1. I \ I i j' i ^ Tf ^eyOKink Toast To-Lasting Love They were mairied at a big wedding ceremony at Ihe Methodist church Siinday, January 11, with Rev. Charlen G. Lindemann ofiiciating. They are on a honeymoon trip, destination unknown, but will be a^home at Shady Lawn ranch after January 20. Mrs. Fannie Tracy Talked About Things That Are Certain In Life "Two things are certain . . . death and taxes," said Mrs. Fannie Tracy quoting Thomas Jefferson in opening her talk at the meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club meeting in the Canton Room of the Palace ifotel Thursday, October 8, She said that studying the subject had given har some new ideas on taxes. It made her feel that the present federal tax system might be the death of prosperity as the effect of too high a' tax rate is likely to prevent saving for future expansion, which would hurt future generations. ' Mrs. Tracy stated in relation to taking the lower income- bracket off, the tax that she had thought it would be a good thing because it would include her, but at the moment she felt differently because things are not back to normal and we must share the burden of taxation. Her opinion now is that soaking the,rich by high taxes does hurt the creation of new business and new jobs to be held eventu- . ally by low bracket incomes. She thought some people are naive enough to think that Uncle Sam is really Santa Claus . . that "we can't blame the government for the public debt . . . when your income is taxed to the limit you don't have incentive to invest. Mrs. Myrtle Eglin, as president, opened the meeting with the usual ceremonials, the collect was read by Ella Butler, and the flag salute by Mrs. Claudine Ballestra. Mrs. Charlotte King gave an interesting account of the business transacted in her treasurer's report. Mrs. Helen Chancy won the mystery prize. New members elected were Evelyn Leonard, Vivian Fowler, Margaret Byrnes and Laura Long, and Dr. Ruth Green was rein- Stated. In the discussion of the spring board meeting of the Kcdwood Empire B.P.W.C. to be hold in Santa Rosa on January 17 and 18 it was learned that Mrs. 'Ella Butler and Mrs. Myrtle Eglin arc planning to attend. It was announced by the president that Miss Hulda Wilson of Petaluma, the district president, Will come to Ukiah February 19 and special plans for her entertainment here are in the making. Resignation of Mrs. Sam Ray, February chairman, left the February 5 date open. A vote was taken and it was decided to have a fun parly with the money earned going into "the sock" for the Fort Worth convention expenses. Credit for the dinner, the beautiful table with its smilax and graceful figurines tor decorations goes to Mrs. Fannie Tracy, Mrs. Ella Butler, Mrs. Edith Hoover, Miss Carol C:iark, Mrs. P. H. Jti- seph, Helen Morri.son and Mrs. Bernice Cober. ' Jardines Are Hosts At Beautiful Wedding At Church Sunday The altar of the Methodist church was a beautiful background for the wedding of Mrs. Aiiftie Burnham and Leslie Gilbert Knighten who were united in marriage Sunday afternoon by Rev. Charles .G. Lindemann, pastor of the church. The church was completely filled by the ushers, Alton Knighten and Ralph Wright. Mrs. R. R. Byrnes sang sevei-al songs, among them "I Love You Truly," then Mrs. Harry Burke struck up the chords of the wedding march and the bride walked down the aisle on the arm of Ray Walsh, who gave her in marriage. They were joined at the altar by the g^oom and his best man, Harry Hildebrand. Mrs. Harry Hildebrand was matron of honor and M^-s. Burnham's only attendant. The bride looked lovely in a dark green formal trimmed in sequins of the same color, with whish she wore black accessories and carried a bouquet of lavender orchids. Mrs. Hildebrand was in a striking gown of pale lavender that was trimmed in sequins. She also carried lavender orchids. After the wedding approximately 100 guests assembled at Grange hall where a wedding reception was held. There was a table spread in royal style for the bridal party and a buffet table arranged for the many guests attending. The parly lasted well into the evening, dancing and enjoying the time with the newlyvveds. During the evening the bride and groom slipped avVay to parts unknown, for a honeymoon, after which they wil be at home at the Sha<Jy Lawn ranch. Out-of-town friends of the couple ailenciing the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ormsby of Soqucly Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schneider of Oakland, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Peavler of Alexander Valley, and Mrs. Rose McPherson and her son Bert of Cloverdale, and many relatives of the Knighten family. . January 15 jwiH be :a day.:'a]t' home foi;.Mr?*and Mrs^. R. C. Humphrey.,. . A Guidon -Day. . . In celefoatjon of U>9lr .40 yinn.oi married life. . ^ years oi vcorjk. . 7 years; of play.' v v somesocrowt • '• but more than.. >e )!iQU0h v glnitness; and good to balance the scai«. ,\ • They, will htayetOipenihQUSfiufO; receive tbei^.many,iri^nd^/t and rel .t atives: on thnt.r memoPE ^wc ^ayi Their: sons, daughters,- grapdchH* dr^ and great-grandc^ildrea. will be. hosts with them. Beginning at' a o'clock' in the afternoon they will welcome their friends until late in the evening. v . . B^ifty years ago that day in the Methodist parsonage-at Anadarkoi Oklahoma, Sophronia Bailey .became the l)rlde of Robert vC. HumphrSy^ wltfe^ only members .of the two families in attendance^'- >. • The Humphreys lived there iot a time, but taJes from the west were too much for them and thay went to Orego,? to try thelif lucic irt sheep raising. There were lean years, but on the whole they were successful and happy with their growing family. In 1938 they came to Ukiah and bought a cattle ranch on the Eel rivBr that was owned by Mrs. Fannie Slopei". This is a kind of family corporation that includes the children and grand- childrien and their families. The' soils and daughters who will be at home with their parents on January 15 are Mr. and Mrs. R. Lte Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. G, E. Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Humphrey, all of Ukiah, and Mrs. Helen Gibson of Potter Valley; grandsons and granddaughters, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Humphrey, Jacqueline Louise and Duane Humphrey, Donald, Erma Jean and Madeline Humphrey and Sandra Lee and Nancy Ann Humphrey, and great-grandcliildren Japet and Patricia Humphrey. ' 79TK BfRTHDAY IS CELEBRATED JAN. 4 Mrs. Elvira Lucchesi was honored with, a party at her horiie on South Mainstreef on tbe occasion of her 79th birthday. The party was given by her sons and daughters and tHelr farnilies.. S^e received many gifts and had a beautiful birthday cake baked by her 5randdaufihter>-Stel!fl Slartin- elli, who cut it and served it with coffee and punch. Sons-in-law and daughters prei- enl were Mr. and Mfs. O. Maf- tjnelli and their daughter, S'teija Martinelll;.Mr..and Mrs. L. Gujsti', Mr. and Mtrs-.S. (Juidi. gonS-arid daughters-in-law were Mr. $fid' Mrs. A. G. Lucohesi and daughxar Roselyn, and Louis Lucchesi; . Mrs. Jjucchesi has two d'augh'- ters, Mrs. John Motta of Santa Cruz and IVlrs. Peter Lorhbardi, Pasadena, who weye not ..able to be ptesent. 27th DIstric'KP.-T.A. Will Meet Jdh. 2? Plans are under way for the meeting of the Twenty-Seventh District P.-T.A., Mendocino and Lake counties, in'Potter Valley January 22. It willstart with registration atlO a.m; and will be followed with the regular business meeting to be presided, over by Mrs. G. T. Smalley,. district president. Noon will bo a social affair with luncheon in the Grange banquet room at a plate. The afternoon speaker will be Mrs. B. D. Ralston, the sixth vice-president and director of home service. Luncheon reser-ations should be made with Mrs. iSrnest Lauteren, Box 201, Ukiah, as sopn as possible. inviHe Girt Wed -i^HUA Jan. 10.—Nancy/Im MacKintosh . and . Japfjea ilugeiie Magow^n wore married-liecember as 8 ^1,3 ,p.m. at the ^esbyte*ian c)iU¥ch in Santa Rosa. The.^^re^ mony-was perform«!d by Hav.- G; B(''McClellart of thatr church, . The bride is, the daughter of Mrs. iDonald MacKmiosh of BoOn- viUc. The groom is the son of; Mr.; and , Mrs. George Magowan of Santa Rosa, Many. valley friends andi.' relatives wer^ present >4o attend.the ceremony and .wish the young, couple, much .happiness. SJollOWing- a honeymoon itr-:;tlje southern, part of tl\e state,'..the young couple will reside hi Sapta Rosa, where the groom is taking a postwaif course at Santa Rosa Junior College. The, bride was lovely in a white satin gown with train, long sleevES and, beitha-styled shoulders with law,. A flnger-tip veil completed the outfit. She carried-the traditional prayer book with one beautiful, single orchid. The matron of Jionor waS' Mrs. Jack Macdonald, who wore an attractive p&stel gown. Bridesmaids were Margaret Magowan, sistejr Of tjie groom, and Bema MoAbee. Both were exquisitely gowned in pastel colors, Berna wearing' bliie , c^iilon, and Margaret pinlc taffeta. They carried bouquets of white carnations. Marsha Lewis, the tiny .floWer girl, wore a long pink,gown &iid Qarried a basket of rose petals, Jean Magowan, coijsin of the groom, sang two Seleotions. "Ah, Sweet Myistery of tife" and, ','Because." The aecomipaiiimeHt"^ WE|S played by Mrs, JFoster. Charles MagpWan, brother of the grpom, was best tiiati, apd the tishers were Stanley Magowan, brother of the groom, ?«hd IJonald MacKint()sli, brother of the. hritie. •rhe, bride was giyen away by heif uncle, Sam'iCiteh. The.ceremony was foUp^wed by a rec'eptjort at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Finn Harrison, aunt and uncle of the groorrt, at ISOB Bi-bolt- sidfr drive; Sarilapi RosW' hlpM Qfftcers PretMe: At Club Meeting Friday • The year's new o8i<5ers rWere -.'in chafg* for the first "tinie at the meeting: 6£- ithe. Bp,is'eopaIf^ GSfld Friday:' aftdmOoft i*ltH' MMV ilite- seil. Eoote arid Mtes.NfeWen R^a' as hostesses'for :tlie\aftemoon.' : • Mrs, Kehry.Spurfvi's the. hISw president, Mrs,-George Pbkorriey, fhst ;Vioe: president, Mrs;" Harry Mercer, t secretary,.. Mrsi. Marol* P'a'ull, treasurer..^ ^ .• > : ..One of the topics of - oonversa tiori was the annual chilrch, din- Iner next' TiiUrsday, January IS. This is to be given.by the men, .who will cook and serve the en- tii-e meal without suggestions or help froni the women of the church.. Rumor has it there are some mighty fine chefsi among the group. •. . . • . Mrs..B[. G., W^itt opened the meeting with -the reading of the meditation.. The next meeting,, will; .be on Friday, January 23v with Mrs. Ida-Davis of Barnes street in c'harge!' Dainty, refreshments were servecl and the naeeting was dismissed, •. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sten, who were guesis of honor at a dinner party at lha House .of Garner Saturday night< January 10. It was given in celebration of theii twentieth wedding anniversary. Miss Charlotte Jonej and Vernon A. Dunlovy, Jr. 20th Anniversary For Francis Stens A memorable event was the dinner at the House of Garner Saturday night, hosted by the group as a farewell and a 20th wedding anni versary party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sten, who are leaving Uikah to live in Geyserville. They have built a new home into which much time and planning has gone, with a major part of attention being centered on an outdoor grill and barbecue. With this in mind, everyone at the dinner took gifts for the barbecue. _ , » 1. 1 Those to join in congratulations Dinner Sunday Night ; .nnd farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Sten ! were Messrs and Mesdames Larry Mr. and Mis. Robert W. Jardine . ^Vildbergor, Ralph Hogan, Fred were hGsts at dinner Sunday night ^Orr, George Eckman, Forrest at the .Sotuiduy Afternoon club- 1 Hughes, Arthur Schiider, Dick house honoriny .larainc's '""tlier, I s ^hwarm, Ken Coles and Hank Mrs. .fohn Taylor of Grand Kapiris. ! Basel, Mvs. Hilda Mannon and Micliigan, the wife of a retired : jvjpu CQX. newspapc-! man. j ^ The clubhcmsi- w .is ta .stefully i VISITORS FflOM SEATTLE, decnraa 'd in silvor and wliilc sag- | Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bean of fie.'Ui\e 1)1' !.:e ar.d snow, with ii ! .'=caUlc arrived in Ukiah Monday clo\'er c ;ii'U!iin arriin .i ;cment of to vLsit his bruther and wife, Mr.' chickoris with high luilf skating on and Mrs. Ijullier Bean, and re- ico, for tlio cenltipieee of the diu- : sinned their trip home Wednesday, ner table. j Enroute they stopped at Eureka — I to visit Ed Bean, who was injured San Luis Obispo county, one of! two. monihs ago by a falling tree the ori.ijinal 27 counties, w.-u; and is ^till tninfined to his home named lor St. Louii-, iho Uislioii. ,1HII inii >r <A'iu ,i; sltaUily. High School Students In City Sign Contest Interest is on the increase among, students of the Ukiah high school, who are taking part in the Ukiah- Breakfast Club's contest for dOr signs for entrance signs to /be placed at the north and south city limits, Miss Norma Soiilor, the school's art instnictor,, reports, to the club. The contest closes J^uary. 14, and all designs submitted will become the property of| the City of Ukiah, which is interested in placing fliem. Prizes to be awarded by the Breakfast • Club will range • from $2.50 to $10. WHITMOHES ENtERTAIN The L. L, Whitmores entertained relatives of Mr. Whitmore, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hcintae of OaklarK) over the past weekend. The Heintzes are leaving shortly for Denver, Colorado for their new business assignment. Whitmore gave them a ride in the new super cruiser, Piper Cub owned by the Ukiah Flying Club of which Whitmore is a member and part owner. The flight was over Okiah Valley and L.akeport, an event that will be long rememr bered by the participants. The Whitmores plan to join the Heihtze family in Colorado in June for a lour of that state. Ukiah Grange Has • Good Time At-Meet The new officers of tj(kiah Grange had chaifge at the meeting Friday night. Erwjn Kioch is master this year aiid had an interesting prpgram planned with his. fellow officers ably assisting. Miss Lois Salisbury was installed- in the office of Pomona by John Cyphers, installing officer. Mr. and Mis. Thomas Vinson will be given the first and second degrees of the order on February, 13. ,After the business was transacted there was much miyth resulting in the program sffranged by Mrs. Maurine Ed.dy.. A. doughnut contest was a little mussy and noho'dy seemed to kiipw who won, but il entertained the group while it lasted. Hanby Ford read "The Bachelor" in fine mannejr. •Robert Haslan, the ever popular entertainer With his guitar.was there and Hazel Ogden . visiting from Upper Tjake, a member of Bacheior Valley Grange; was an addition to the program with her piano solos. Another Upper Lake guest was Glenn Cohlman. Happy,Birthday was tiie theme of the refreshments and was in honor of Miss Daisy Rodgers and John Cyphers. 'This part of the evening was arranged by Messrs. and Mesdames Hanby Ford, Bob DaWson, John Cyphers and E. C. Humphrey. Their, betrothal v«» ai^ouhced recently at a xecepHon given by ,lhe parents of the bride-to-bo. Judge and Mrs. Benjamin Jones, at Jhei* home in Lakcport. Miss Jones is the niece of the Ukiah posU tWaster; JVfeS. HiibyrGunninSharti. • ' First Meeting of Ybar gig Success For The Catholic Ladies' League MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED At Ukiah, Jan, 8, John H. Haub and Winifred L.. Clark of Ukiah. Jan. 9, Leo W. Sterling and Beverly J. Wilder of Fort Bragg; Allen B. Coker and Charlotte Holmes of Fort Bragg. Jan. 10, Vernon L. Goodwin and Marjorie Russeli of Ukioh. In a simple and beautiful cere- rnony, officers of the Catholic Ladies' Leagiie were installed at the first meeting of the year on January 14. It was reported the best and biggest meeting to be held in many years. •JVIrs. Peter I'rati, president, reelected for this year, opened the meeting with a short prayer by Father Sharkey. -Then everyone present was asked to stand and introduce herself. !'InBta.nation ceremonies for the new officers were directed by Mrs, John Isnard with Mrs, Arch Moyer,.vice-president, and Mrs. .Howard Cheever, secretary-tyeasurcr, c .Mcorted: to the presidents' table, where e;Vch was presented with a gardenia corsage. . Recognition was given to Mrs. I J. C. John.son, the first p'resident of the Ukiah league. Miss Katherine Gobbi, who served the longest term as president, and.to Sister Adele, wl\o has handled all refreshment services for a iong period of years, each being presented with a gardenia corsage (n exjjression of appreciation for their contributions to accomplishments of the.League. Father Sharkey, made an eloquent speech expressing the gratitude of the church arid the qrganiz- ation for the five years of faithful yervice rendered by Miss Penelope •Tohnsori in her office as secretary- treasurgr. He presented- her with a beautiful pin aS well as a corsage. A program of music by Miss Pauline Frati and Miss Gloria Pacini was greatly enjoyed, then Father Sharkey presented the reelected president, Mrs. Peter Frati, w.ith a corsage, praising her unstinting efforts in working for the Catholic Ladies League. Further business of the evening included a discussion of the annual dance to be held at Talmage, Saturday, January 17. It promises to be a great success judging ^rom the reports of the ticket committee. A motion picture given under tlie auspices of the tuberculosis assqciation will be shown at the next meeting scheduled for 'Tufts- day, February 10, at the Albertin- um at 7:30 o'clock. Other business was the volunteering of Mrs. Arch Moyer to act as publicity chairman and Mrs. Adrian Etter to record the events of the coming year in the League BOGNER-DAVIDSON ARE BEtROTHED Announcement of the engagement of Miss Kuby Davidson of Willits and Philip Bogner has been jnade. Miss Davidson is a member of one; of the- old families,of Willits and Bogner • is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bogner who own the iPleaSant'View Dairy on the north highway. Young Bogner is a graduate of the local schools and is in business for himself at 217 East Perkins street. No definite tune has been set tor the wedding but it is thought it will not take place until the latter part of the year. Young Ladies' Sodality Forms Branch Group The Young liadies' Sodality of St. Mary's Catholic church has grown to such proportions that it has been divided into two groupsy the high school group and the older group. This decision was reached at .vthe meeting in St. Mary's churph last Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The high school group will meet January 28 tp make their plans for the year's work. The older group will CLiritlhue to have their.meetings on the sic^ ond Tuesday of the month. "The coming meeting will be devoted to framing a new constitution and arranging their prpgram for their new year. ORMSBY HERE AT WEEKEND Mr. and Mrs. Arnold prmsby came up from Sequel, in southern California, Friday and were guests of Mrs. Rena Stout until ivionday. Owners of Ormsby's Funeral Chapel in Ukiah, they sold to the Ukiah Funeral Chapel owners when Mr, Ormsby's. health begun to fail because of an old injury. His many- friends will be glad to know that his Iiealth has boen regained. year book. Nine new members added their names to the League roster. They were: Mesdames Roy Leadford, Oliver Harmon, Blanche Maher, Llewel- IVn Penny, Alex Thomas, Fred Bosworth, Francis Gibson, Peter Simuncini, Eon Foslur, MAKE CONTRIBUTION TO REDWOOD GROVE 'A discussion of the" Redwood Grove for the State of .California, proposed by-, the California State Garden Association,.was onO of the important things taken up at the meeting of the Kosmos Club at the Municipal clubhouse on January 8 a 2 p.m. with Mrs. Bertha York, "vice president, in the chair, substituting for Mrs. Mona Stlpp, who was The outcome ot. tne discussion- was a vote to contribute. $35 to the Redwood Grove fund upon its becoming final for action. Other contributions brought before the club were $5 each to the Boy Scouts, Campflre Girls and.Infan­ tile Paralysis, and $10 each to Mendocino Detention Home, Red Cross and tuberculosis funds. Paul Ingles was the main speaker on the afternoon program and gave some graphic plans and ideas for landscaping J homes and gardens, telling the kinds of plants, shrubs and flowers niost adaptable to this region and suitable for the non-professional or home gardener. ^ Mrs.' Frank Branson delighted her audience with her singing, of "Beautiful Dreamer." The collect was read by Mrs.*M. Marvm, The sick list included. Mrs. Bertha Zeek, Mrs. H. P. Dohring and Mrs. M. B. Atkinson and it was voted to remember them with a card or some word of cheer. Tea and coffee were served With damty hors d'ouevres on a beautifully spread table with arrangements of lilies, red hot pokers and greens, an altogether satisfying climax for the afternoon, and thanks were given the hostesses, Mrs. Clarice Stipp and Mrs. Ina Branson, MRS. HOLLANDER RETURNED Mrs. Ila Hollander has returned after a Week spent with her' mother, Mrs^ Laura C. Catei: in San-Le- ^ndro.,Mrs. Cater had an infeOtipa that resulted in a bad case of blood poisoning, Mrs." HpUander said, and .for a time it looked rnther serious. Howeyer, heir mother has recovered Bufliciently to be taken home. Newly Married CpMpIo Visit With Relotiyes - Mr.i and, Mrs. Burl Barnes arrived in Ukiah last week to.visit Mrs. Barnes' parents,. -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lolonis of ; Redwood Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Poulos of this city. TJiey-are just returnhig from a honeymoon trip that took them through 14 states with a stop-over In Michigan to pick up a new; car. Their wedding wat, one of the big events taking place, in the Greek Orthodox church In San Francisco in December, observing all the pomp and ceremony of the Greek marirage ritual. '-' The bride was; a picture of beauty in a white satin gown with tight fitting.bodice, long sleeves and a graceful long train. Her wedding veil was the % soniething old, a, crown effect with folds of gossamer net flowing from iti the same that her mother wore before her. s Elizabeth POulos' was the dainty flower girl, and William Pdiiloi? was the ring bearer. , Vasllike,Lolonis and Peggy Me- gremis were the beautiful bridesr" maids and Dernetra Lolonis, the. maid of honor. All -were equally lovely, gownedm white and eafj rymg pququets of dainty white flowers to correlate with thp-gar* denias and orange blossoms carried by the bride. ^. Tom Poulos waS; the best man who stood with the groom as he waited at the altar for his bride. ' Barnes is from Alabama and has been managing a garage m San Francisco, but is on his way to los Angeles to open a business of his own. . ' Mrs. Barnes (Letta Lolonis) was born m this part of the country, having gone to grammar school in RedwoOd Valley .and" high school i;i Ukiah. When she finished higli school .she .w.eiit, to.^?in' Francisco ar/d graduatod ..from,. .Heald's Bu§i- r.ess College seeretarlal course.' Eddie Johnson* and Don McBean, owners Of a string of swljrig clubs in southern Califomai, ^d a friend of Jackie Cox: of ,Holly.' wood, were he last week to visit Kelley Cox. -IN^ SACfe OF'CESlfiNT -iHATON-GFSTEtL -IN A MILE OF WIRE 1947 was a busy year of work and accompli8hinent :_fpi":thiB company. "Tliousands of tons of cement, steel and yt'iTe hxve b<Sen set in place by labor in the field on scores of gas and electtic projects tbrottghout Northern and Central-Calif^imia. . ... x", Great coustrucdon projects, such as this company 's S35O,0O&,O0O expansion program, beget jobs and spread millions of doIIaM through many payrolls. More than 1575 new employees w«re' signed on with the F. G. and £. during the past year, while in ths two-year period from August 1945 to October 1947 the cooapdn/* payroll increased by 5845 employees. Private contractors working on P. G. and E. constrnction have an additional 2340 men in Djupntbly average employmenti ! ., And beyond that are jobs in every sack of cement, every ton of steel and every mile of wire that was made or fabiieatied and bnk- died and stored and unloaded at the job Mtes. All of this construction money becomes constraetire dollaif of local Meulth because it iui made on the job and paid on the job ia h 'judreda-of communities in this ;'iirea. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY 5XW.1.!» 4

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