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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

THURSDAY, MAY 12 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS i / ft The Rock Eternal... Final Tribute to Our Loved Ones It is Springtime in all the South- land . . . Flowers are in bloom. But out yonder is «ne sleeping. God in his plan of the universe has said "we shall live again." The flowers that bloom in the spring- time, the fading leaves of fall . . . all nature attests this hope of eter- nal life. This thought is a consola- tion to us and it helps to keep liv- ing in our memory the thoughts of loved ones gone on. We even feel that somewhere, unknown to us, they live, they know our sadness, and may in pity look down upon us as we plod along through life, planting flowers, keeping fresh the little spot of ground, where, in sad- I'jiess, we said goodbye to that loved one. This is an advertisement. It is commercial, yet the writer feels ex- actly, the sadness, the love, the tender care that is expressed. . . . Money could not buy this thought for any purpose other than keep- ing with th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

GRADUATION— Continued from first page lie Jo McMillan, Mayo Kasling, Frances ltay; Norma Faye McCain, Darwyn Strickland, Joe Thomas Jr Billy Traylor, Bobby Ruth Line- berger, Bobbie Glass, ueorge Irvin, Elwyn Leftwich, Dorothy Humph- rey, Jack Fite. Kildare: Mildred Thrower, Jack Melton, Charles Morris, Sybil Beard, Frankie Koonce, Harmon Wall. Linden: Ben Lang Ellington, Ja- mie Alice Cook, Juandell Roberson, Lynn Donald Wilkinson, Hoyt Lem mon, Ernest Paul Kirkland, Victor McGilvery, Jerry Dyson, Kenneth Harris, Harold Newland, Joyce Sheffield, Jo Janice Martin, Mary Beth Wiley, Wales Deer, Pansy Ruth Bennett, Orval Miller, Pearle Riddle, Melba K. Brown, Wilina Jo Hamilton, Willie Simmons, Billy Roy Skelfcon, Annie L. Ulankenship, Ralph Gilbert, Charles B. Cochran. McLeod: Curtis Ray McLeod, Billie Cooper, June McGuffey, Dan Coleman, Joe David Bickham, P. A Daniel Jr., Luther Smim, Marie Nei man, Jack Bowman, June Royce Gunter, James Cates, Happy John- ston, Gwendolyn Harris, Ceci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 May 1938

■■■■■■■MM i' Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! FIFTY-NINT Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1938 NUMBER NINETEEN Farmers Meeting Saturday, May 21 All farmers who are growing • either tomatoes or Irish potatoes for shipping are urged to attend a meeting at the High School Satur- day atefnoon at 2:00 o'clock. A potato buyer will be with us at this meeting. At a meeting last Saturday sev- eral tomato marketing problems $ were discussed. Due to the fact that our acreage and volume is yet com- paratively small, it was decided that strong cooperative action from every grower is needed if we suc- cessfully and profitably put over this year's deal. Also it was agreed that to make our section attrac- tive to leading tomato buyers we should strive to increase our acre- age and volume each year until we will be growing 1000 to 1500 acres for green wrap shi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 May 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 19 I • v: /* r; V t; tSSci&i r- " •&'. / BOYS Alford, James Allday, Harold Atkins, Richard Bray, Travis Burton, Dewie Cheek, T. L. Enid, W. H. Forshee, Allen Glass, Edward Golleher, Harold Goss, Armon Griffin, David Holt, Leanron Hutchins, Ted Johnson, Caver McKenzie, John Prator, Simpson Ramsey, G. W. Rogers, Way Ion Sartor, Oscar Shelton, Billy Toler, Ralph Treadway, W. D. Watkins, Wilson White, Charles GIRLS Beal, Delta Mae Blakey, Pauline Caver, Opal Chism, Jerry Cobb, Durelle Coley, Helen Cook, Winnie Lee Corbett, Eleanor Cross, Essie Davis, Marie Draper, Ouida Elrod, Olene Foster, Exa Gildon, Ruth Glass, Freda Godwin, Lucille Hardy, Billy Jo Heath, Aurelia Henderson, Ruth Holland, Rosa Lee Lightfoot, Bennie Mae Little, Lorene Luttrell, Inez Morriss, Frances Murph, Verlene Nichols, Eleanor Paul, Opal Phelps, Winnie Price, Rosalie Richardson, Oleta Sheppard, Elizabeth Sparkman, Norma Lee Steed, Eldaree Tabor, Louise Walk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 May 1938

- THURSDAY, MAY 19 \ J) J «l- THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS A NT I By Mrs. Walter Draper Mrs. Witt Griffin and daughter Ruby Lee, Mrs. Harbuck, Pauline Watkins visited in the Tolbert Wil- son home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mattie Draper spent Mon- day night in the L. G. Dupree home. Wednesday afternoon and night visitors in the L. G. Dupree home were C. G. Harden and wife, Witt Griffin, wife and Ruby Lee, Fan- nie Harbuck. Mrs. Hibbits Lee and daughter Mary Katherine of Atlanta visit- ed in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Draper, Thursday and Friday and attended the con- SAVE AND BE SAFE! wffiivl? ference at Forest Hill church. Mr. and Mrs. Truett Burkhalter, Joan visited Sunday in the Ernest Scales home. Billie and Bobby Ruth Sims visit- ed their sister Mrs. Truett Burk- halter Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Wilson and childen visited Sunday in the Henry Kruse home. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Harden, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Dupree visited Sun- day in the W. S. Cobb home^...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 May 1938

■■■& ■W't'-ii THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 19 =*= JACK SALMON PICKED AS ALL-TIME A. H.S. SENIOR CHARACTERS OF SENIOR PLAY AND DIRECTOR 1932 Valedictorian Is Chosen Best The Atlanta High School grad- uating class of 1932 was led by Jack Salmon; he was class presi- dent for four years, football cap- tain for two years, and valedictor- ian. The graduating class of the Unit- ed States Naval Academy this year is also being led by Jack Salmon, who entered the Academy in 1934. Jack ranks first in aptitude for the serviee, and in a class of 483 midshipmen, holds top place in Eng- lish and Spanish. One of the few graduates who has no demerits against him, he has earned the title of midshipman commander. When he graduates in June, Jack will be stationed aboard the United States Flagship Pennsylvania. Future Farmers Win in Area Meet Harold Clayton, popular member of the local Future Farmers Chap- ter, took first place in extemporan- eous speaking in the Area Leader- s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 May 1938

91 Entertained With Picnic Mrs. Esther Mason of San Fran- cisco, Calif., and parents Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Ridding of Texarkana was entertained Monday evening at the city park with a picnic. Guests were: Mrs. John Derry- berry, Mrs. Tom Hunter and two daughters, Mrs. Don B. Whitehead, Mrs. R. P. Willis, Jr., Mrs. A. L. McCormick. Mrs. Mason is to be married on June 12 to Jerome Roclsman of San Francisco. They will make their home in California. Sunshine Class Plans Growth The Sunshine class enjoyed a very interesting and instructive business meeting Tuesday afternoon with the President Mrs. Jim Por- ter presiding. A prayer was voiced by Mrs. O. R. Taylor. Many help- ful seguestion for class growth were presented. It was announced that Mrs. O. E. Dees and Mrs. H. Clements were hostesses to our monthly social which will be held in the class rooms Thursday afternoon the 26 at 2:80 o'clock. Mesdames Dees, Porter, Ware, Caver, Carmichael, Smith, Camer- on, Clements Starkey and Taylor were t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 May 1938

THE CITIZENS TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 19 The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffke in Atlanta, Texas, as eecond-claaa mail matter, issued Thundiy of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $1.00 One Year — — $1.50 Six Months 75 Six Months 100 Three Months 60 Three Months 66 McLEOD School News SENIOR EDITION McLeod School News Class Officers Wallace Cooper, President. Lois Lusby, Vice President. Gertrude Shelflon, Sec.-Treas. DON'T SLEEP WHEN GAS PRESSES HEART If you can't eat or sleep because gas bloats you up try Adlerika. One dose usually relieves stomach gas pressing on heart. Adlerika cleans out BOTH upper and lower bowels. Walker Drug Co. OLD MATTRESSES RENOVATED Guaranteed Workmanship Phone 350 Stoker Mattress Co. 724 East Main St. Atlanta . DONT SCRATCH , To relieve the itching associated with Minor Skin Irritations, Prickl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 May 1938

I HADY GROVE Mint) Lorine Price Phillip Chance visited his daugh- r and son Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bol- in Sunday. Mrs. Molly Grant is spending a >w weeks in Mr. and Mrs. William ohnson home. Mrs. A. Hrabham Jackson and Irs. George Green and children /ere Sunday evening visitors in Alia Fisher home. Mr. Herman Martin was a Sun- lay evening guest of Miss Lorene >rice. Mrs. Davetta Rhodes of Atlanta risited Saturday and Sunday in ter mother's home. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson and Mr. Grover Brooks spent a few hours in Smithland Sunday, i ft Mr. Alvin Sparks and son Lewis I . visited in Lula Fisher home Sunday. William Daniel was a Sunday evening guest of Miss Frankie Lee Sparks. Sorry to report that Mrs. Ham- mock Green is still on the sick list. Spenccsr Waites and Frank and Grover Hrooks were Sunday night visitors in Mr. William Johnson's home. Mrs. I'erlene Grigsby and broth- er Jessie was a Saturday evening visitor of Miss Laverne Price. Sorry to say that Mrs. Lula Fish- er is s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 May 1938

Sunday Rev. Grumpton Riley preached us a grand sermon on John Wesley Aldersgate experience. We canno tdo the big things that John Wesley did, but we can be faithful over the little things we can do and pray earnesly for our hearts to be strangely warmed as his was. Sunday School was as usual with good attendance and full of enthu- siam The League was splendid Sunday. Good attendance, a real good program. Meets next Sunday night promptly at eight. Sunday was a great day for A. J. Ward when all his children and friends gathered at his home while he was away at church to celebrate his seventy-fifth birthday. He re- ceived many gifts among them was a radio given by his youngest son Leroy. Mr. Ward has lived among us for a large number of years. Raising a large family who now in his declining years rise up and call him blessed. His friends have never been in his company that were not inspired to live a better life. He has always been found at his post of duty doing things for' God and hu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 May 1938

THURSDAY, MAY 19 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mra. J. E. Ellington This Week'® Subscription Mrs. W. W. Dees, McAllen, Tex. Send Items Monday For sake of importance, we re- peat the urge to all interested in Queen City news, please send in your items Monday. The office ex- pects it, and we will appreciate it. Send all items, adds and subscrip- tions to me, or to Post Office, Mon- day. Brick Block Kefinished The Wesley Newkirk, 0. S. Adams and Homer Stanley brick • .^buildings are being finished up in ^fctfeneral remodeling and interior and ^^'xterior decorations. Aldersg.ate Service. Tuesday evening, May 24, promp- tly at 7:45 an Aldersgate service will be held at the Methodist church Come reverently and quietly. In this spirit John Wesley found his great experience of grace, 200 years ago at Aldersgate. In commeration of May 24, 1738 we come together this May 24, seek- ing the same spirit that thrilled the heart of John Wesley. Thursday night at the scnool gymn th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 May 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY. MAY 19 Why Look Elsewhere Voters of the First Congressional District will decided this year whe- ther to return Congressman Wright Patman to Washington for another term or to supplant him with a new man. Sole opponent of Patman's at this time is Judge George Black- bum of Paris, but there is still time for others to toss hats into the ring. Without advance information on other possible hat tossers and with out intending reflection on Paris' Judge Blackburn the News Mes- senger believes the voters of this district will get more for their money by sending Patman back to Washington for another term. Here's how it stacks up: Wright Patman has been in Washington as a member of Con- gress since March 4, 1929. He has learned —s way around. He has learned who to see and what to say to get things done for his con- stituents back home. The course of instruction he has had is an ex- pensive one, paid for, in the final analysis, by his constituents...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 May 1938

jHi MBS (. > ( I Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Arc FIFTY de Are^v! & The Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THUDSDAY, MAY 26, 1988 NUMBER TWENTY ALONG THE WAY — BY US — If you just stop and think, its been awful the way we have been pestering the government for help. But it is not far around the corner when we will be raising hell for the government to let us alone. Now is the time to start that mosquito control plan. Atlanta has plenty breeding places for mosqui- toes and the city should be ridded us these place at once. All empty cans should be carried off for our health's sake and comfort during the hot summer months. All drain pipes should be turned into the sew- er or run under ground. A small WPA project may be secured to help in doing away with the mos- quito in Atlanta. There is still one thing that is uppermost in the minds of our peo- ple today, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 May 1938

===== THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURS., MAY 26, 1988 QUEEN CITY Mr*. J. E. Ellington Rev. Burlduriter in Pulpit Last Sunday begun the pastoral of Rev. L. L. Burkhalter at the Baptist church in Queen City and a fine introduction were his ser- mons of that day. Morning theme. "Duties of the Pastor." Evening theme "Thomas the Doubter; Thomas the Believer." We are happy to have Rev. Burk- halter in our church and city. Vacation Bible School A fine opening Monday of the Vacation Bible School at the Me- thodist church. The boys and girls in the three-fold nature are being beautifully directed by Rev. and Mrs. Compton Riley, Mrs. Will Ross Powell and Ouida Draper. Mrs. Ross Powell will arrive June first for only a short stay at home. Going from here for a visit with her father and mother Rev. and Mrs. Deane White, San An- tonio; then to Austin for a sum- mer course in State University. Mrs. Powell will in September re- turn to Sue Bennett College, Lon- don, Ky. Sunday visitors i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 May 1938

i u J, \ i> OPENS THURSDAY, MAY 26 GIGANTIC SALE OPENS THURSDAY, MAY 26 ATLANTA WHOLESALE GROCERY ENTIRE STOCK will be sold at wholesale prices to consumers TIME OPEN 9 a.m. CLOSE 9 p.m. Come Early For First Choice! Big Bargains! Grade MOTOR OIL Dried Peaches., lb 10c lb Prunes lb.. 51c 2 Apples lb 12 4 c 3 Meal Coffee Table SALT 4 lb §c 10 lb 15c 25 lb 29c so m 55c MEAT SALT 100 lb 75c NAILS 39c 10 TOBACCO BLACK PEPPER IsEEEE'S COLDTABLETS:.". PKG. Beechnut 3 23c Bull Durham EXTRACT Assorted, Bottle 7?c LYE American High Test cans for 27c I'kc. for 4c CHIMNEYS I.AMP—TWO FOR 15c GLOSS STARCH Argo—Box 12 Styles in Part Leather Work Gloves 10c to 25c OIL LINSEEI) Gal. 81.00 PENCILS All :.C —Each ATTENTION PAINTERS! Home Remodlers - Check our Prices on Paint, Stain, Var- nishes and Enamels. Trinity CEMENT 94 lb. sk. 65c Puritan Marshmallows Standard No. 2 Can Campbell's Tomato SOUP 2 for FLOUR Cardinal —Rod key's —Favorite or White Crest ALL 5c CANDY BARS Shoe All 5c Pkgs. CRACKERS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 May 1938

THE CZITEENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. THURS., MAY 26, 1088 1 I r r t k The Citizeas Joorial JL W. HARRELL, Editr aa (FooiuM 18TJJ Eafeemd at tfee pastoffk* im Atlanta. Texas, u second-class mafl iMund Qnnii^ ef ttck week—209 ^ Street—Phone Nr. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (P*jr Ue ia Advance > la Casa and Acyotninc Cocntie*. State aid Fwei^a: One Year (1-M Ows Year $L50 Six Months .75 Six Moeths LOO TVree Months Three Moot hi .65 THE CHURCHES OF ATLANTA The First Methodist Church Church school meets at 10 Rem either that your class is count- ing on you. Norman Smith's Bible class is holding up splendidly and is attracting attention of the whole Texarkana district. Why not attend Sunday. The Lea gues meet at 7:00 pjn. in their res- pective places. The pastor will be in his pulpit Sunday at 11 am. and 8 pjn. These services will be both in- spirational and evangelestic., with lots of good music. Come. First Baptist Church 9:45 Sunday School. 10.50 Sermon. 7:00 B. T. U. 8.00 Sermon. 2:30 Monday, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 May 1938

m mmmi THURS., MAY 26, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS <f « (iff <G I * Atlanta Woman*s Club The last meeting of the Atlanta Woman's Club for the 1937-38 sea- son was held in the home of Mrs. Hershel Hanner. The house was at- tractive in its decorations of spring and early summer flowers. Members were greeted by Mrs. Hefner, Mrs. llanner's mother knd little Susanne Hanner. The meeting was opened by the president, and after the roll call and minutes the business session was held. The club was happy to recognize the outstanding senior of this year with a check for $2.50 and the engraving of the senior's name on a loving cup; this is to be presented to Miss Rosalie Price. The book reviewed by Miss Ruth McClung was "The Citadel" by A. J. Cronin. This very interesting novel was a fitting conclusion to the year's work. At the review's end, votes were taken to judge the best book re- view of the year and the best roll calls. A prize of one dollar and fifty cents was awarded...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 May 1938

A THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS THURS., MAY 26, 1988 I GIVE YOU TEXAS1 Geo. P. Blackburn U.S. Congress by Boyce House Can you remember when: The news-butch on the train used to sell toy telephones and pistols made of glass, filled with peper- mint drops? When the phrase everybody was using was "Ish-ka-bibble, I should worry ?" When the folks attending a fair wore badges With such inscriptions as "I love my wife but, oh you kid" and "Skiddo, 23 for you?" And when the headline writers wrote "T. R." wrote "T. R." instead of "F.D.R."? "Wets' and "drys" will agree that repeal has not reached advance claims: Free lunch didn't come back. Favorite song of the dentists: "The Yanks are Coming." The Texas Capitol is half a cen- tury old. Participating in the cere- monies marking the completion of the completion of the towering granite structure 50 years ago was a uniformed company of guards- men. One of their number was a short, heavy-set, quiet, serious faced young man named Will Por- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 May 1938

r ,! -r wy-ih. TOURS., MAY 26,1938 r' 'p- "" THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Rosalie Price Writes Senior Class History o • « 41 In 1927, thirty-six children had one of the most thrilling exper- iences to be had in a life time— that of entering these halls of fame. Seven of that original class have traveled together the ladder of learning wrung by wrung. They are: Aurelia Heath, Pauline Blakey, Leamon Holt, Caver Johnson, Mar- garet Waters, Opal Caver and Ros- alie Price. Though many left us, numerous others came to add bo our number—making our class to- day number sixty-three—sorry to have lost old ones but delighted with the additions—a class having the distinction of ranking high in scholastic and extra curricular acti- vities. Miss Wilbur Salmon guided us through our first year's work, to whom much credit goes for our foundation. As we entered the last half of the ladder of learning we were delighted to have the privilege of electing class officers. Serving us in our Freshme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 May 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS i \ V ) Cass County Students Finish at Marshal! Miss Louise Cobb and William D. Cameron, Atlanta; Lester Grogan and George Grogan, Bivins; Frances Dee Olive and James H. Olive, Queen City; and Miss Eliza- beth Grubaugh of Lodi received their diplomas from the College of Marshall with a class 85 May graduates at commencement ex- ercises that wefe held Monday morning May 23, at 10:30 o'clock in the college auditorium. Dr. R. C. Campbell of Dallas, executive secretary of the Bap- tist general convention of Texas delivered the address. The college closes the long ses- sion Friday, May 27, to reopen Monday, June 6, for the 1938 sum- mer session. SATURDAY MAY 28, POPPY DAY Our idea of a fool is person who pay twice for the same brand of experience. Our Service Available To All Regardless Of Financial Condition ALLDAY'S Funeral Home Phone 290 WITH THEIR FLOWER REAWAKEN their SPIRIT MIDWAY Mrs. H. L. Hunt Poppy Day is a day observed throughout the United...

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