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TODAY, JULY 13,1M4 THE PAWS NEWS. Society Ch urcnes h Club Brides -Eject Are Hpnpred With Variety Of Affairs Miss Margaret Ezell and her sister. Mrs. ' Donald Black of Glarlcsville. entertained at ihe former's home on Pine Bluff street vith a. hreakfast and handkerchief «hower* Thursday morning: honoring Miss Leota Leverett, bride- fil^ct of William Finney. Only niembers of the bridal party aad a few other guests were present. The guests were seated ax one and tTj-o small tables. The large table where the bride-elect was seated had as a centerpiece a large wbite box surrounded by maidenhair fern and clematis which carried out Miss I^everett*s ch.oseti color scheme of green and •white, and on top of the- box. which contained the handkerchiefs for the honoree, was arranged a, miniature bridal party. Tbie two smaller tables were centered with vases of green and wliite flowers and the home "was effectively decorated with flowers tarrying out this color scheine. A two course breakfast was j aerved to the if olio wing: Misses i Leota Levereit. Martha Hutchins of Houston, 3£rs- R. H. Fiasey. Mrs. J. X*. I^svereti, Katherine Peyton, and her sister. Mrs. Willlard Logan of Nashville. Tenn.. Sirs. L-el<tn<J Ham man. Misses ilary V5rsrinia Johnson, Isabel Thlelen. Dorris Wil!ia3Bs and her st, Slirabeth Alexander of. Fort Georgia B. and Mary Jo Louie Flerninsr and ber guest, Lucille Callowry of Deni- Sp3. Ixmle Isabel Thielen. Kellie Anderson, Kalhex- ine Few. Elatherine Qeyton. M*d- elon and Virginia Crawford. Christine Goolsby. Marie Dirm*x»r, Mary Jo and Georgia B. Mayse. Margaret Ezell, Olivia Hunter, Isabel Long. Josephine Amis. Jane Fitzpatrick, Sarah Si pis. Eleanor Wood, Emma Lou Walker. Boca- mond Morgan. Mrs. Charles" Turner. Mrs. George Robinson", Mr*. Pete Crow. Mrs. Frank Fuller. Out of town guests were: Miss Martha Hutchins, houseguest of Miss Leverett, Mrs. Donald Black of Clarksville, the former Ann Ezell of Paris, Miss Lucille Cillo- way. guest of Miss Lotiie Fleming. of Denison. Miss Elizabeth Alexander, guest of Miss ~Doris "Williams. of Fort Worth, and Miss Bdwina Boynion who is \isiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson. Weekly Luncheon At Paris Golf Club About sixteen tcomen attended the weekly luncheon at tbe Pa.ris Golf club Thursday- The afternoon was spenr informally with many of "the -aromen playing contract. Members of the Woman's Golf association finished their first: round of the Cnlbertsofi csp handicap tournament: Mrs. W. C. Clark defeated Mrs- : 3T. A. Moore: Mrs- Charles Hauler -aroa from Mrs. David Eainey, llrs- Robert Murphy defaulted to Mrs. Lyrin "Whiteside; and Mrs. Boy Johnson won from Mrs. Claude Ferguson by default- The next round, -which I is to be completed by Sunday Sladelon ! evening, is paired as fplows: Mrs. Job L. i Lynn "Whiteside plays Mrs. H, H. Make This Model At Home Paris New* Daily Pattern Popular Laura Wheeler Mammy and Pickaninny Dolls Miss Mpdel&n Crawford Is Bridge Honoree Coxapiini en ting IMiss Cri-orifbrd. bride-elect-" of Hammond. Miss Marie Amis en- j White: Mrs. Joe 'U'unsch. Mrs. H. tertaineed with three tables of I C. Haynes: Mrs. "SV. C. Clark. Mrs. j bridge and "fin-la" shower. Thurs- j Alva Winters; and Mrs. Roy j day afternoon at her home, If>9 j Johnson plays Mrs. Charles Hag- North " Thirty-first street, Peren- \ ler, ttlal phlox and crepe isrytle were j —:—r— used to carry out the bride's j Jf o lf e City Bridge chosen color scheme of pink and j _ ? _ "**• - ""' rreen in the decoration. C/MD Has Meeting Hlg-h score award was -won by I WOLFE CITY.—Mrs. Jess Mc- Mrs. Pete Crow, second h.!grh by > Tver -was hostess for the Thursday j Miss Mary Jo Mayse, and Miss | Bridge club's mornteg: meeting at | Ja-ne Fitzpatrick received the jral- I her fconie A-scstrds for high score = loping prize. A treasure hunt with \ -were presented to Mrs. Leek j poesns as clues was the means by j Vaden and Miss Mamie Laura.; •srhlch th» gifts were presented to 1 Chastaln. ( tlie hoaoree. { I The iraests -were Mis»es Macelon ! Vlrgima Crawford. Eugenia .1 «<**!,"'Mary 'AgTjes Bailey. Maria- j lene Luminus, Georgria B- and j Mary Jo Mavse, JB.TJ* Fitzpatrick. j CHX - KCH O F THE HOLY CROSS, j Virsrinia Baxter. Lot? TValker. | Dorothy Fisher arsd Mrs. Pete j Crp^ss-. Miss Josephine' Amis was * j for tea. SUMMLVG FROCK HAS GOOB WALSTLEST: DETAXL PATTERN 1914 BT AXNE ADAMS In warm weatHer the woman : with the larser fisarc just has to : have a. slenderizing frock . . there ; is no jrettingr around it! She can't , get any aid from coat or f«rs xnrhen'1 it comes to good lines ... tney j have to be right in the dress. And I they are in this model! That front 1 panel is a wonder worker, and the i capes, which take the place of \ sleeves and are so much cooler, re- i duce the seeming size of the figure i amazingly. Though it is a jfood- j looking frock even without them I as you see it in the little sketch at ) the right. For silks or sheer cot- i tons. ' '., " ! I Pattern 1314 is available in sizes • 36, 3$, 40, 42. 44, 4$ and 4S. Size ; 3S takes 33-4 yards 39 inch fabric, i Illustrated step-by-step sewing: in- i structions included. i Send FIFTEEN CEa«TS (I5c) in ! coins or ftainps (coins preferred) | for this Af»2* Adams pattern, j Write plainly name address and ' PICKANINNY DOLLS PATTERN 5O5 HQ!$EY QROVE LOCAL \ *»* AMD PERSONAL NEWS certain HONEY GROVE.—Miss Mary ] ;*• T*n**r and Martin Ohr < *r» Jitt*hdiiijr the Touns: People's j Summer cc«if creiice of the Pr«s- \ byterian and Congregational | cburchts ia «*»siort at Waxahachie \ July il-iS, as repr^MKitat!ve» from tift Preabyterian church. Shelby UttrelL accompanied by his wife and mothcrin la.w. Mrs. O. A, Hodgers. has gone to 3£us- kogee, Okla.. to enter the government hospital, Tmman Frovine and Jo« Fielding fca.ve returned from Tulsa> Okla_, where they took Miss Martha Fielding for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Johnson. Mr*. Henry Ocr has returned from 3, visii at Pawhuska, Okla., and was accom panied hom*> by Miss Grac* dowers. the postal law regarding employes, i» anpjjrfd t» quit the service on an annuity after thirty years. LAWLER RETIRES AS DEPORT POSTMASTER Mammy and Pickaninny dolls— Pattern 505 comes to you with style number. BE SURE TO ST^TE I what ^ oun S stei " does not lov « ^bem _ a transfer patfern of a doll about 1 ~ j ana how could she help it whert j 25 inches high -when finished, pat! they are as cuts as these? These! terns -for both, costumes: directions for making the doll clothes and haircomb and material requirements. Send 10 cents In stamps or coin The smartest warm weather! doils are naasually easy to fashions, the newest fabrics, and S an <? iiie , cJothes will fit^ any re^u- the 'Summer season's outstanding j !allo:a i4 inch doll. The clothes accessories 'are iiiustra£sd and de-! wi} ^^ fuj2 to <3 ° for ir gi v es the scribed in the £ DEPORT- — Clarence Nobles, appointment as acting postmaster a± Deport was announced this areek. from Washington. TX C.. succeeds Wilson I. Lawler, who "will be retired frorr the service July 31, Mr. Lawler has served 35 years, You So Fresh, Young MELLO-GIX). tne new lace powder, will keep your skin from exposure- and preserve its youth. Tc* nfiw French process by walca it is made makes it stay on lorus*r, spread smoother, and w!2""~ not clog the pores- Its special tint is roarhiEtL Xo flakiness or irritation with MKIJLO-GIiO. Try thm ne-w wonderful face ponder. 50c aud SI. For Quality Dry Cleaning Phone 198 We are still paying XRA. and hours and doing a. quality type of dry cleaning pB-flp » ^**C for Southern Cleaning & Dye Work* Coter, Owner AD-j neefilewoina3:L the opportunity of: Ccoic preferred) for this pattern ' the doll's appear- • Dept-, S2 Eightb Avenue,' e. .» Tork. X. T. PATTERN BOOK FOR SUM-I usin = tite Sayesi cotton materials 1 to Tiie Paris News NeedJ&craft ORDER YOUR COPT OF I and enhaacL THIS HELPFUL >vEW SUMMER j ance by tbe " *"*" BOOK. PRtCB OF BOOK FIF- ! r ~~" ------- ^"^: TEEy GENTS, ' BOOK AXP PAT- j aruosg the people" <I Chronicles TERK TOGETHER. TWENTY- 5 1S:S>. FIVE CSXTS. | The Lesson-Sermon Address orders to The Paris News Pattern Etepaztment. 243 I Tib Street, ISTew Tork City. also rn- Catupu* Favorites GhurchNews » Iceland Harrtjnan Honors Miss Leverett Services lor July IS. the seventh j Sunday alter Trinity, are: I Holy communion. 7:30 a. ra- ; Morning prayer. 3:45 a- m. Ijonoree ax a delightful buffet j supper and miscellaneous *1 by Mrs. Iceland FIKST COXGREGATIONAI, Chas, T. Tally, Jr.. pastor- Sunday school. S:SO a. ra, Morning woi-ship, 11 a. rn, "What a Christian Should Be.** at the Cordon j eonittry club. The lon|t *3.ble which j ^V^^T^o-s^n' laid with a nuutiera cloth had | Ch 7jiaaf HRV-?" central decorations white roses, j -~**-•"-" ~' maidsnljalr fern, j holders with .erT*ren ! tap-erg. Th*- ?rre^n and whit* rr>3»r j s?elieir.e with t'ne silver table ser- { vice was »s*rd exclusively in the I Secoration of the table, Ic^i cream in tfte shape of i p . . "What CHT7RCH OF THE N M. M. Snyder, pastor- Sunday schoot. S:45 a. m. . 11 a. TO. Junior intermediate society. 7:45 eludes the folloiring passage from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Ecdy: "Question; What is God? .Answer: God is incorporeal, divine, supreme, infinite Mind Spirit, Soul, Principle, Life, Truth* Love. Question: Is tiiere more ? j than one God or Principle? An\ s~«rer: There is not. Principle • and its idea is one, and this one j is God, omnipotent. omniscient I and omnipresent Being, and Kis ] j re flection is man and the -ani- j ?e~' (pagre 465-455). f ale and pour into glasses trith chopped ice. Top with red cherries and mist and sen-e immediately. BOOQED POTATO SUGGESTION Potatoes to be used in salads should be boiled in the s&ins. cooled and peeled -with a sharp knife, Sour Cream Chocolate Cookie* 2-3 cap butter 2 cups Imperial sugar I "' FIRST COXGREGATIONAI, C- E- 3 DENTON.—Evidence that the Women (CIA). Chosen by ihe en- heat of a Texas July n\ars neither! tire student body for outstanding: " qualities in their make up. :hese The following: prosrani on "Get- the Zvlost out of Our Leisirre I Time." with Miss Jeaa«te Hopkins \ .1-3 cup sour cream 2 squares chocolate, melted 1 teaspoon vanilla. 1 teaspooii cimra.ia.on 1—4 -easpoon salt 3 1.-2 csps flour 1 teaspoon soda. Cream butter and _ , SSS ' ^^ aad as leader, -will be given Sunday rcfniites. Add rest of e-veningr at 7 o'clock: "We Belong az-d chill dongrh. Take portions of to God." Miss Dorothy Mack: scsrar. '~ Seat 2 "Tfe're Commissioned by God.** Miss Ix>uise Bo'^en: "Our Work is Planned by Ged/* iliss Suih Boweii: a_nd "Onr TiTCo to Work for God is XJrr.ked/' Marlo dong-Ij on tip of spoon and place S 1 inches apart on greased baking i sheers. Sake 12 minutes ia moderate oven. ;. p. ra. 4i$ti.c Clippers on jcre*r-n doilies »ervc<J a? a. final course three tier 7>"ediI:nK cake Trhlch ctit by th* br:dc--*f*ct arsd Preachins:. S p. m. week prayer meeting y S p. TT:. Preaching service, Friday S p. TO. personality nor beauty is clearly shown in the selection o* iiiss Gene Handley, Sweetwaier. and Helen LiSngfort;:,. Sherman, as most popular and most beautifuj students at Texas State College for girls were named In the sixth an- i nxjal snmniS'r contest sponsored j by ihe i^oss-CX student weekly -ch- ! Hcatzon- Miss EandJey is a se-1 MENUS OF THE DAY MINSTREL WILL BE GIVEN AT BOGATA USING LEFTOVERS The Menu For Three BOGATA. — A" negro minstrel *'The Dixie Blackbirds,*" will be given next Friday evening. July 20. at tie school auditorium, as a benefit for the Home and School nior in tfee college and Mi*s Lang- f Escallope-d Com Buttered Beets j club, about T5 persons taking- part- ford is a. junior. lard. .: Tb* jrnpsc '*s* Included ^es; th« honoree, her mother. Mr*. TM JLievcrfttt. tn* JBTTOOTT! tc l?«« \ mother. Mr« H. H. *"1nr,ey, the lard, and her s!si*r. M3«* ,\de-« | Pollard. Mrs. R. -T. Durham. Jfrs. j J, P, Ksrnrr«RT>, Misses El'^abpth i Virsr'r,ia J5«.TT*r. T2i*tip| •i?. Dcrris XCilHamjr, KarJy i TOOK PILLS FOR YEARS THEN CEREAL BROUGHT RELIEF Kellogrg's ALL-BRAN Corrected His Constipation CTTURCH CHHIST Bsble study. 9;45 a. IB. Preaching. 10:45 a. m. J Pol- I " T ^« SaSt of the Earth." ,\3e-« I Your.gr People's class, T p. m. Preaching. S p.. ic. Prayer ropctins:, T\" PKESBTTEKJAX F. I*. Wear, paator. ;" hynin "Give Me Thy • for Sunday school so that the ad- Heart;" communion; benediction: ', visabsiity of meeting earlier dur- ciosSns hyriit> "Blest Be the Ttie." 5 ln^ the summer to escape the ! Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. si. heat may be tested- The regular I Evening- worship. 7:45 p. m. Pre- j }ude. ilrsL S. A. Turner and Miss j Subject, i Norine Beaton: hymn "Revive Us] I Again;" invocation; hymn "Take | j tae >Ta.R\e of Jesus;" offertory: I i solo "I'm a Pilgrim" (Herbert) i [ Mr E. L. Anfierson; scripture; j jstsrmoc. "Tha Two Objects In the { j Bsb!« of Supreme Importsnce;" f I hymn "Must Jesus Bear th* Cross i jAJone:" ber.edictlcn. 1 feoar is S:45 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. ra. Subject. ''God's 35an in Goc's Place." B.T.S.. T p. m. No evening preach:n^ service in or<3er to cooperate with the Bonhaja Street Methodist revival. W.M.S.. MoncEav, 4 p. m. Teachers' meeting, Wednesday, 7:Sd p. m. Pineapple Relish Salad j Miss Tale of the IV. p. Sewell pro- Biueberry Muffins Butter ! dncfii^ cornpauj' Is director. Sliced Peaches ! : —• Cookies i Sugar Drop- Coffee Brown Sn^ar Bars 1-4 cup butter 1 ctip dark broTrr. sugar Vote for Judge John H, Sharp of Ellis County Sunday school. S:45 a. rn. R.! E. Joiner. Jr. superirjtendetit, j worship. II a. m. Ser-1 by th* K«v. L. S. Markharai No «venins servic*. FIRST METHOOIST Sunday school. S:*Q a. m. L,-Ioyd esbor^:. superin:endent. ! da >' &$^ The Rev, Ware Morning worship. 10:50 a., m. Dr. J. H- Hicks, supply pastor 1 vllls meeting conducted I teaspoon vanilla I-S teaspoon sa.lt 4 tablespoons cream --S cup flour 1 1 teaspoon baking powder I 1-2 cup nuts I Cream batter and susrar. Add i rest of ins~re<3ier,ts and beat S min. „ by Ward ^ : " ;I as ~ | mes. Pour to thickness of 1-2 iach sist tne Rev. i^. L_ Bolton :n a 1 Rev. J. re- ^ sh allo^ pan lia*d »-nh waxed paper. Ea&<? in moderately slo^r oven « 0 minutes. Cut in bars and P° rts filie resnlts at the Fa:: on- seri . e -vrarm or cold. Nuts may be FTKST BAPTIST W. ir. \Vripht. pastor. Teachta? serv-c*-, S:45 a. ITS. J. C. Roberts, s-jperinteaden:. Preaching service?, 10:55 «, m, aruj S p. rn. Morning ysbject, ~Th« of S. M. U-. will preach. worship, S p. in. iv«ning! the last TWO "weeks. : - ; -S I orniitefi if desired. Kicks, supply pastor | OT S M. U.. will pr*ach. Prayer meetinj:, If you are troubled by connnon f oanstipjition, read this letter: I *'Jast * word in ap?>r«cIs.tJOTi of ] •what your Au>BRAN has done for | ray health. For years. I had been \ doping- myself with pHIs and other dopes for constipation. **I «Jecid«d to try KcHogsT's Ata> BRAN. Now 1 am in good health, and haven't taken m drop of p. Senior League, 7 5*. m. FIRST PRJESBYTERTAN" B. G, Bocktnan, minister. 9:4$ Ju in.. Sunday school. ron? Man." | B, T. J>. LV* 7:35 P. IT- MJws j ~eeser. director, I Special rataric at both services] arrar,pe<5 by Mtes Th^tl* \vtniams. I FTKST CHRISTIAN ?y F. Horndon, ininist*: school. 9:SO a, ra. XT. ein* for six months/' — Thos, F. | Brisrsr*. Jr., super-inter!dent, . Uttlc. 564 E. Wheeling St, Lan- ( Momtn? worship, 1C:4S *. rr <atster r Ohio. H, Oncan prelu<Jfr. Mrs, S. A, Tur- Head»ch«5» loss of appetite and ncr - org'anl»t-director; hymn "Th« L-ora Is In His Hojy T«mp!e;" invocation; r*»pojiaff '*O the l>«ptJi of itoft Kiches;*" scripture: hymn *'S=un of My Soul;" offertory; anthem "Sometime. < Gabriel > Mr. Choir; jwrrraon. "The True Te»t any one of these Tway «x> caused by common cxawtipttion. Yet this condition can be corrected, usually, by eating a deliciouj cereal. Test* show KeHofnfs Ai-L-Blu>r provides "hulk" and vitamin B to n«Jp promote regularity. AU>BRAN also furnishes iron for th« blood. The "bulk" in Aix-BRAN* is rnucb like that in leafy vegetables. How tnuch ssaf^r than patent medicines ! Two tahlespoonfuls of AUy-Blto? daily are usually sufficient. Chronic cases* with each meal. If eeriou*!y ill, a*« your doctor. Au>BltAN tnakea no da*m to b* a S«rv« as » cereal or us* lt» cook- f. At all jfrocera in the red-and««n packafire, G«t AiuuBJUN, and not * p*rt-br»n product, Mad« by NOTICE AH water bl!!» r«m*lninp UNPAID aTter the 15th of the month »rt subject to beinir cut off without farther notice, SUPERINTENDENT OF WATER WORKS K.\MSEt*R BAPTIST TABERNACrjE -00 South Thir:ieth street- Marion Been. Pastor. Wylie Warren, superintendent. Sunday school. 9:45 a. m, Pastor's rr'iorr.tng subjet-t: "Men of Fire."' A hearty welcome axvaits everyone m each das*. B.Y.P.U. at 7 p. m. A Bible class Tor every aire- Pastor's evpninsr subject: "Seven Reasons \Vhy Paris Needs a Revival." Joel II a, in., mcrniny service- 7 p. m._ the Leagues meet, There will be so evening ^er^'i ice The Rev. BecJraan will prtAch at th% Blosetom Presbyterian church at 5 p. m. i Evening; Company Menu Gir.gerale Punch Brown Suyar Bars Sour Crea^ Chocolate Cookies Salted Punch tFor Six> 1 pint jringeral* T-2 cup Imperial suarar ~ cups water 1-4 cup lemo njuice. 2-3 cup ora.r?s« juice Chopped ice Beil sugrar and water 2 The Methodists *rsd Presby.sri- ( Cool, adti rruit jaices ar.d chill, i ans of Chlcota ar« havins a u: :ots | ^ V " cr * ready to serve, add grinder- \ «v*ng«IIstic meeiing b« JOKX m. SKAKP For Associate Justice oc the Sn- Cotirt to «tcc*ec Judg« •&o is not m c&sdidate. He is now a member of the StH preaae Court CosoaaissJon and has filled this position with honor aad distincuois- K« i* well qoalifjed for the posftios. Th* n-.oni-; iaj: service win be held ai the I Meihodtst church aad the evening f at the Presbyterian churrh. R*v. Shackleford and the Rev. Beckraart -will do the preach- f ing. HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SHOP Permanent W«v War* Set lAc neA»l4ET, BOXHAM STKKKT METHOmSTj FIRST CHURCH OF The Rev. B#n F. Brownio^. | CHRIST, SCIENTIST p**tor. :?un<tAj' school *t 9;4S a. TO. Th* "God" is the sublet of th* l.*s- o3o*ingr worship period will b« in son-S*rmon which wiU b«> ren I in all Chtirches of Christ. :?c;<»r:::st, on Sunday^ July 15. Th« Golden TVxt is: "Bls-sj-in^r, and griory. and wisdom, and lharsksjr'vins. and honour, and power, arsd rnJsht. t>* unto oar of th« yoans peopJ* of Mr, Hammaek's class. Momlnjf and eveTimjr worship service* will bt> a contJnuation of the revival. Everybody ia lnx r lt«d to com«. people's s«rvtc« at T p. T*U The revival Trill *he foHowins contlivim IMMAXCET, J. '"Uoby tVard, pantor. com* wurly Go4 for ev«r axid ever" i Revelation 7:12). Axn.onjr the citations which com* pris* tli« Ixawon-Sern^on is th* folk>wini: from th* SiW«: "Giv* thank* unto the Lord, call upon hi* nava, wak* known ii* Keep PLUMTTE In Your Home For Cleaning Bowls And Dr«xn« OPENS , DRAINS * ^ / BOWl S r . SAN II AT ION to open drains and clean closet bowls faster than anything you have ever used. It is odorless arsd harmless to porcelain and enamel. PRICE PER CAN Genuine Gloverized CLEANING At the price of ordinary cleaning . . . Men's Suits and Ladie* 7 Dreue» Cleaned »ji<£ Prened ' THE PUBLIC FAVOR SINGE 19OI* MEN'S STORE Smashes Through With UNPRECEDENTED VALUES! Mid-Summer Savings of Interest For Extra Pants . . Save at Cftddel'i Fine Light Weight TROPICAI.S 2.77 3.50 4.50 Real comfort for the remaining' summer days! Fine tropica.1 pants sre cooler and easier * to keep trash looking. New low nrices! High Grade Wmsh PANTS 1.33 1.44 1.77 Just the right color and weight for comfort on hot da vs: Shirts and Shorts 50c Quality Each 33 broadcloth shons . , full cut and fine rirced shirrs. Men's Fine Summer lies 50 Beautiful colors and ulen- 10 seieci severs.! rrom Men's Broadcloth Shirts Solid Colors Fancy Patterns Extra special! The earlier you come the better selection vou *-i!l gei f Lots of them but thev will eo fast! Sizes !4 ro 17. Semi-Dress Or Work Pants 89' Solid bloe> and gambler stripes at this very pric*. Athletic U-Stiits 33 Regular SCc . and w*n made 46. Size 3S to 35c Fancy Silk Socks ... 22c New Atw«t«r K«nt Awto Radio On Dtoplay In 5tor*

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