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Oct. 16, 1941, edition 1 /
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Ranks High At
, (Continued from page one)
a cow and third in 2-year-old
1 beifer class. ,
Albert Abel won second place on
the 1-year-old bull, third place for
a pair of yearlings, and third and
fourth places for yearling heifera,
and second for 2-year-old female.
Raymond Caldwell won 3rd place
in the heavyweight 4-H class, Max
T.m 4th nines.
Calvin Francis won first in the
lightweight, Charles Powell, fourth
and T. J. Fowell ota pi ace, nay
Haywood fat calves won second
nlaro 9 O muntV CTOUP.
, County Agent Corpening said
the livestock exhibits at tne ir
were the best ever.
ngwMid ia showing more inter
est than usual in the State Fair
which opened Tuesday in Kaieign,
and will continue through Satur
Twn carloads of cattle were
shipped from here last Friday. The
cars had 7 baby beeves and 40
breeding cattle, of Aberdeen-Angus,
Short Horn, Guernsey and Here
ford. This was the first time in
many years thai Guernseys have
been shown from Haywooa at me
State Fair. Y .
HavwnnH will have two judging
teams in the annual state contests
Friday. Wayne Stamey, Way Abel
an1 flol win Fmnris will iudere live
stock, while Max James, Hershell
and Jonathan Caldwell and l. J
Powell will iudere poultry.
Among those from here who are
attending the fair are: Wayne
Albert Abel. Jarvis
Palmer, Way Abel, John Rietzel,
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Francis, Lide
Parton, Wayne Stamey, Wallace
Ward, Ennis Boyd. Jarvis Cald
well, Hershel Caldwell, and Jona
Max James, T. J. Powell, Zim
mery Reece, Louise Reece, whose
calf won grand champion at the
Haywood Livestock Show, Will
Clark, Mrs. Joe Gill, C. N. Allen,
Joe Dayis, and Decauter Justice.
Former Haywood County
Resident on Visit Here
Dr. and Mra. Mrs. J. C. Davis, of
Quincey, Fla., arrived during the
week to visit the former' mother,
Mrs. Zack Davis at her home in
Dr. Davis, a native of this coun
ts a ' former "resident of thtf
Florida State Medical Society and
is at the present chairman ol the
Vlnritla State Board of Medical
Examiners, and is outstanding in
the medical profession oi nis
Two Cars Injured
(Continued from page one)
ville for treatment where she waa
renorted last nisrht to be resting
as well as could be expected.
The Rev. Moores, who received
a bad chest injury and has been
quite sick,' is reported to be holding
his own. His daughter, Mrs. Kaipn
Mitchell,, suffered lacerations and
bruises. Her husband, driver of
the car, also received bruises and
All three were taken to the Hay
wood County Hospital for treat
ment, where the Rev. Moores is
still a patient, but the other two
have been discharged.
Both bones were broken in Coal
aon's risrht forearm and he suffer
ed other minor injuries. Jim Sut
ton, who waa riding in the car
with Coalson at the time, was the
only one who escaped without in
The officers investigating the ac
cident stated Coalson tried to cross
the hierhwav in front of the Mit
chell car, Coalson saying that the
sun blinded him to such an extent
that he did not see the approach
ing car. :
It was estimated that the dam
ages to both cars would total some
thing over $600.
A nreliminarv hearing will be
held, pending the condition of the
Hunter Killed When
Gun Went Off As He
Climbed Over Fence
(Continued from page one)
and the fatal shot was fired acci
dentally. I V
Mr. Porter is survived by his
mother and two small children.
Funeral service will be held Fri
day afternoon at 2:30 in the An
drews Presbyterian church. Burial
will be in Murphy .where Mrs.
Porter is buried.
The late Mr. Porter is a graduate
of Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege, Cullowhee, and taught for
several years at Andrews and Bry.
. son City. '. . ,
Prior to his coming here his wife,
who had been ill for some time,
had just died. He was greatly
worried and nervous from the long
strain he had been under and came
home for a rest, according to the
family. It was said he was much
improved and was planning to
resume his teaching.
Mr. and Mrs. Woods
Of New Orleans To
Build Home Here
(Continued from page one)
ping at the Country Club, both be
ing enthusiastic golfers. Mr.
Woods is an oil producer, with of
fices in New Orleans.
They plan ' to erect a summer
luiria hare urhih thev will occu
py from six to seven months dur
ing the year. They first became
interested in this section through
friends, and since their first visit
they have come back each year, and
have also influenced a large num
1 er of their friends to vacation here.
Y.l Wallace Lawrence has been
engaged as the architect for the
residence. They plan to start the
construction sometime in March,
and will come' early in the spring
to supervise the building of their
Expected To Bring
200 Here For Meet
(Continued from page one)
will be a clinic for the assistants
held in the music room, and at
will ha a anecial lunch-
1 1 W a w r
eon for the assistants at the Hotel
At the luncheon for the dentists
at the Gordon Monday, Dr. W. M.
Matheson, president-elect, w i 11
serve as toastmasier. inirouuc
tion of the guests and officers will
be made, and musical numoers
rendered by Mrs. Charles Gulley,
Mrs. James W. Fisher, and Miss
Dorothy Thompson, all of Western
Carolina Teachers College.
. Ar twn o'clock Dr. KOger 1.
Sturdevant, of Atlanta, will lec
ture to the group, r onowing uu:
rnernl tahla clinics Will be held
including, "Extraction and Impac
tions Pre-operative ana rosi-op-
erntive Treatment." by Dr. N. P
Maddox, of Asheville; -Treatment
of Tic Douloureaux.v ty ur. &. a
steelman- "Acrylic Resin Bridges
Jackets and Inlays," by Dr. A, C.
Piirrant. .nf (.BRtonifl
Alan. "Presentation of Practical
in Periodontia." bV Dr. S. P.
Gay; "Study of Vitamin uemcien
cy," by Dr. R. L: Falls, of Morgan-
tnn" ."Amalcam." hv Dr. Moultrie
Truluck, of Asheville; Orthodontia
in General Practice," by Dr. W. J.
Turbyfill, of Asheville; "Peridon
tia," by Dr. C. B. Yount, of Hickor y.
At 3:30 in the afternoon a tea
will be given for the wives and
aasiatanta at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. S. P. Gay. Mrs. Gay will be
assisted in receiving by the wives
of the local dentists and of Can
ton and Sylva.
At 7:00 a buffet supper win he
server! at the fiordon Hotel followr
art hv a dance. Snocial entertain
ment features will be presenjea oy
the Soco Gap Dance team, , miss
Evelyn Craig, Miss Eloise Martin
and Miss Theresa Allev.
Tuesday morning a clinic on
material covered relative to lec
ture hu T)r Rneer F. Studivant.
of Atlanta Dental Southern College
will ha hpiii a business session
will follow with adjournment at 12
o clock noon.
flflRr-era of the district are. nresi
dent, Dr. W. Kermit Chapman, of
Sylva; vice president, Dr. W. n,
Rreerlland. of Relmont: resident
elect, Dr. W. B. Natheson, of Boone;
aerrptarV-treaslirer. Dr. Ralnh
Goffey, of Morganton; editor, Dr.
David Abernethy, ol Hickory.
At 10:30 o'clock Tuesday morn
ing the wives and aaaintanta attend.
ing the meeting will be shown
through the plant of the Erkraft
Industries and presented a souvenir,
inhn SiW. Canadian Navy
Transferred to Halifax
tv, Riler. nf Wavnesville. who
joined the Canadian Navy three
months ago, nas recewjr .
transferred to Haiuax, ru
cfia Ha has heen stationed for
the greater part of the time he
has been in aervice at jLonaon, v
MnnJiv aftamnnn at the Belmont
Baptist church on Fines Creek for
William Earl Carver, jr., uuui.
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carver,
of Fines Creek, who died at the
Haywood County Hospital Sunday
morning at 1Z:15. uunai was w
the church cemetery.
Surviving are the parents, tne
mother was the former Miss Bonnie
Saunook PTA To
Sponsor "Sock Supper"
The Saunook PTA will sponsor
a "Sock Supper" and a Cakewalk
at the school on Friday night, the
17th. The public is cordially in
vited to attend the benefit and en
joy the fun.
from common colds
That Hang On
Creomulsion relieves promptly be
cause it goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, in
flamed bronchial mucous mem
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulsion with the un
derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
Mrs. J. L. Walker
Hied In Asheville
(Continued from page one)
she had been a resident of Hay
wood county. She formerly resided
in the Crabtree section.
Surviving are her husband. J. L.
Walker; two daughters, Mrs. C. G.
Medford and Mrs. Huirh Ijeathcr-
wood. of Lake Junaluska; a son,
Ben T. Walker, of Waynesville; and
the following brothers and sisters:
Mrs. D. N. Harris, of Clemson, S.
C, Mrs, Hiram Yarborough, of
High Point, Claude Patton, of
Soartanbure'. Grover Patton. of
Winnsboro, S. and the Rev. Paul
Patton, of Greenwood, S. C. Six
grandchildren also survive.
G. A. GROUP TO MEET
The G. A.'s of the Hazelwood
Pantiat rhnrh will meet " at the
hnmo of Anna Jean Davia Tuesdav
i night, Oct. 21st, at 6:30 o'clock in
vM.iiaii Aki I stead of 7:30 due to the revival scr-
vices which are scheduled to be-
for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis gin at the church Monday night.
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and elderly people like its pleasant "prune whipi taste and easy ,
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McKAY PHARMACY, Hazelwood
FRED ANSEL SIMMONS
Tumoral ervippsi were held Tues
day afternoon at the Rocky Branch
Baptist church for I red Ansei oim
mons, 35,' who died at the Black
Mountain Sanitorium at 11:58 Mon
day night. The Rev. Nando Stevens
officiated. Burial was in tne cnurcn
Mr Simmons was a native of
rwnneo Countv. S. C but had
been residing in the Quinlantown
section for several years. He is
survived by his wife, Mrs. Jiannan
Wood Simmons, one daughter, tnree
brothers and four ' sisters, all of
Sees And Hears
Lot At Meeting
1 Mrs. Sandy McCracken was hos
tess to the Beaverdam Home Dem
onstration Club on Tuesday, Octo
ber 7. The home waa attractively
decorated with fall flowers.
ti. kMun members present
A IXC ,,.v--. . - .
enjoyed the demonstration which
was given by Miss Mary Margaret
Smith. Using a well-made ready
made dress, she pointed out the fea
tures which made it a gooa uuy.
Rho slut utressed ways and means
of bringing the wardrobe up to
Vfork of the club w s discussed,
covering reports, award of merit,
.nmifll rennrta. Cf interest was
an article bv one of the members
on how to keep sweet potatoes
during the winter
n.irina- the aocial hour games
were played and refreshments
served. .. "
All the women especially en-
iMraA lnnlrina over the recently re-i
modeled kitchen of Mr. and Mrs.
McCracken. Their modern kitcnen
has white walls, an electric range,
latest type electrical lighting fix
tures, plenty of built-in cabinets,
hot and cold water and spacious
working surfaces. A what-not
shelf, with touches of red and
black caught the eye of the wo
The club will meet with Mrs.
Goble McCracken for the annual
nil-day November and December
meeting, which will be held in
i A$ Recorded to Monday Noon
Of This Week) .
Virge McClure, et vx,- to Ernest
Oswald Holcombe, et ux, to jjock
V. F.' Towe, et ox, to James
Liford, et ux.
Hugh Mediora, ei ux, 10 r. u
Tawia of 11 V.
R. L. Isreal, et ux, to Lois iv.
George C. Haynes, et ux, to B. R
Caldwell, et ux.
Fast Fork Townshio
Ray Haynes, et ux, to Ella Smith.
J. A. Francis to Jerry M. Francis,
Marie McDonald to Ray Caruth
ers. et ux.
Moses Osborne, et ux, to Lelia
" Lucy B. Welch, et al, to Clinton
W. H. Burgin, et ux, et al, to
Dave Nelson, et ux.
Louie M. Black to O. O. Burgin.
Claude B. Hosaflook, et ux. to
Etiith C. Bridges, y
Claude Ashbrook, et ux, to J.
M, Stackhouse, et ux. i
Xmas Seal Sale
oei r or $165
The North Carolina t,. J
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MRS. HARRIET MEDFORD
Tnt rites were held at 3 o'clock
on Monday afternoon at the Oak
Grove Baptist church near Lanton
for Mrs, Harriet Medford, 82, wid
ow of John Medford, who died at 1
n. m Sundav at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. J. W. Willis, in the
Thickety section. The Rev. Howard
Hall officiated. Burial was in tne
Surviving are six sons, .iauae
Medfnn! of Lake Junaluska, Dow,
Herman and ywman Medford, of
the state of Washinrrton, Millard
Medford, of Detroit, a...l Lack
Medford, of Enka; fonr daugiiiors.
Mra C. R. Home, of Winnsboro,
S. ., Mrs. Lush Smith, of Hazel-
wood, Mrs. J. II. Clark, ol layae,
and Mrs. Willis; 21 grandchildren
and four great grandchildren.
The Wells Funeral Home oi can
ton was in charge of the funeral
arrangements. . ;
L. A; Miller Out
On $1,000 Bond
T. A. Miller, who fthnt his son
Kenneth f'Ken'M Miller on Wed
nesday of last week, after the lat
ter insisted on entering the plumb-
inr shnn nf whiph hoth wnrWel!
made bond of $1,000 last Friday and
was released Irom tne Haywood
county jail where he was lodged
following the shnotintr No Hate
has as yet been set for the hearing
oi tne case.
The fflther n well Irnnwn Inpal
plumber, had been in business here
for the past fifty years, and his
son had been associated with him
all his life. .
The son was shot below the
heart, the bullet coming out the
right side of his back. He was
rushed to the Haywood County Hos-
piiai wnere ne nas since Deen con
fined. His condition is said to be
LOUISE F. MOODY
The Sunday school Traininng
courses for teachers and officers
are underway this week at the First
Rantist church with unusual inter
est being shown. There are ap
proximately seventy-hve enrolled
in the classes.
At the first session on Monday
night teachers and officers were
enrolled from Allen's Creek Bantist
church, Hazelwood Baptist church,
Barberville Baptist church, pleas
ant Balsam Baptist church and the
'V'yfKt RaDtist church of Wavnes
ville. 0 her churches in this area
are expected to participate during
the week, ;
. The class discussions are the
following books: "Building a Stand
ard Sunday School," and "When
Do Teachers Teach." ;. The Rev.
Frank Leatherwood . and the Rey.
H. G. Hammett are the teachers of
these two courses.
Mrs. J. W. Blitch
Made Talk At
Mra T W Rlit.h nt RotV,.!
made the principle talk at the
American Legion meeting which
was held last Thursday night. She
J: j f. . i .
uiscussea conditions in unina.
Mrs. Blitch has spent the great
er part of her life in China and
her description of the customs,
habits, and superstitions of the
Chinese DeoDle Droved of intense
interest to the Legionnaires.
Man Takes Own
Life With Gun In
(Continued from page one) .
of Mrs. Maggie Gibson and the late
Surviving are his mother, five
sisters, Mrs. Annie f reeman, Mrs,
ii.ua Keece, both of Cecil, Mrs.
ijasie Harris, of Rutherford coun
ty, Miss Nancy Gibson, of Mor
ganton; and four brothers, Theo
dore, of Gastopr county, Earl, of
Cecil, Will, of Liberty, and Hor
ace, of Waynesville.
T.ast rites were held yesterday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Dell-
vood Baptist church for Mrs.
Fullbrieht Moody. 85, wid
ow of Robert M. S. . Moody, who
died at 11:40 Tuesday morning at
her home in the Dellwood section.
The Rev. C. F. Owen officiated.
Burial was in the Owens ceme
tery. . ; , V
Servine- as nallbearers were the
following grandsons : Ralph Hoi-
combe, Richard Sheehan, Robert
Moody, Edward Moody, Ned Fowl- '
er and Jack Jones. I
Mrs. Moody was a native of this
county, the daughter of Jake and
Martha Ann Randleman Fulbright.
Surviving are four sons, Robt.
M. S. Moody, Jr., of Dellwood,
H. Reuben Moody, of Waynesville,
route 1, Amos Moody, of Waynes-1
ville, route 2, and Ranson Moody,
Mrs. N. R. Coker, of Sedro Wooley,
Wash., Mrs. L. F. Holcombe, of
Candler, Mrs. G. C-Fowler, of
Canton, Mrs. R. A. Sheehan, of
Dellwood, Miss Helen Moody, of
Dellwood, Mrs. W. H. Fowler, of
Fletcher, Mrs. Joe Russell, of Dell
wood; 43 grandchildren and a num
ber of great grandchildren.
The classes will conclude Friday
niirht with recognition of the reo-
resentatives from the respective
churches and final approval of all
credits and awards for completion
of the work required.
HAZELWOOD WOMEN TO MEET
The missionary meeting of the
Hazelwood Baptist church will meet
as a circle at the home of Mrs.
Sam Coalson Thursday, Oct. 16th,
at 2 :30 o clock.
Robt. C. Rathbone
Given Dinner On
A r mind 5fin friends and relatives
attended the dinner held on Lower
Fines Creek on Sunday in honor
of the seventy-fifth birthday an
niversary of Robert G. Kathbone
In addition to chickens served a
lnrcn nnmher of sauirrels. furn
ished by ms grandson, Kaipn Kath-
hnne wpre enioved.'
Mr. Rathbone, a native of this
county, has resided here all his life
with the excention of one year
spent in Clay county, rlis noDDies
are' hunting and fishing. He was
the first person to discover the
mine in Shelton Laurels on the
Lower Fines Creek section, which
is now being tested for gold and
Among those present for the
happy occasion were: Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Rathbone and five children,
Mr. and Mrs. Stonewall Rathbone
and four children, Mr. and Mrs.
Mila'T nwe Rathbone and children.
Miss Myrtle Rathbone, Mr. and Mrs.
F. L. Safford, Mr. and Mrs. IX,
Reeves Noland, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Green, Mr. and Mrs. Jim .Davis,
Mrs Wilev Green. Mr. and Mrs.
TV W, Rogers, Lonzie Messer, Miss
JSdna Ulanton, Mcurary aeasiey,
f Newport News, Va., Mr. and Mrs.
Walker Ropers, nf Cherokee. Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Sutton, of Crabtree.
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and family of
Iron Duff, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mc
Crary, Reeves Green, Pink Coward,
oi spring ureeK, xaaoison county,
Mrs. Joe Teague, and A. G. Bald
win. Miss Georcia Reaslev. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank McElroy, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Green, Miss Fredie Jean
Mct-lroy, of Salem, N. J.
- uj ge . f. i
Seal gale goal for 1941 nV2
The nol .o i. t3
xor tne waynesville ttZ A
according to Mrs. FraiV
local chairman of th?S
The state asRtvia:.. , I
goalsset for the 7
number of reasons. jTZTi
wealth of the
past sales; defense
mg increased populatiS
v. . uuly nag
ries a picture of ChristnyJ
m spite of the dark S
"""""s i me cneerfu f
windows one can imagfe,
vuiiiDuima warmtfl and in
...Ms iiuuBt;, mere tiJ
prints in the
Bomeone has been oing m
iB wen. At oij
aominaiing tne whole dart
BVMyv ia a iigiunouse. Bets
it one feels that all i f.
Mrs. Ferguson will annoJ
cumiuii.i,ef b serving under
tne near luture. in m ol
of the sales will s in nl
be made through the schoJ
Seventy-five tier cent J
money aerjveo: irom the
kent ior local wnrV amnn.
cular suspects and nude
Rabh Lee Rhinehart'
Joins U. S. Navy Bert
Ralph Lee Rhinehart, of
nesville. who recentlv enli.
the United States Navy, ha
chosen as one of the tp
seamen qualihed to study at
Service School. He will bJ
sixteen weeks of intensive i
tion which will prepare k
special service in the navy
training will provide hiq
trade, if he ever desires to
to civilian life.
He has just completed his
training at the Norfolk
Training Station and will en
Aviation Machinists' Sck
He is the son of V. R. Rh
of Route 1, Waynesville.
Phillips, Miss Lillian Phillips, Miss
Willie Mae Cope, Miss Mary Pal
mer, and Miss Lillie Carswell.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs,
Maude Sineleton Scates. seven
dauehters. Mrs. F. T. Hamm. of
Elizabethtown, Tenn., Ruth, Estelle,
Naomi, Joan, Carolyn and Mrs.
William Franklin, all of Hazel-
wood; one son, Carl, who is sta
tioned at Fort Jackson; one sister,
Mrs. Jasper Brock, of Hazelwood
Hazelwool G. A. Group
Hike To Eagles Nest
Members of the . G. A. of the
Hazelwood Baptist church enjoyed
a hike rn ihno-ips Nest Katurnav.
Those mnkino' the trin were- Marv
A lire I rawfnrri. Karnara I nrtis.
Kathervn Cone. Mildred Camnbell.
Anna Jean Davis, Teddy Paris,
Iva Dean Henry, Betty Parris, Bet
ty Knight, Etta Mae Ross, Nancy
Knicht. Marcaret 5?cruirE'8. Roberta
Smith, Melba Waddell, and their
counselor, Mrs. Roscoe Waddell.
JOHN T. SCATES
Funeral services will be con
ducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the Hazelwood Baptist church
for John T. Scates, 66, who died
suddenly at his home in Hazel
wood at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday night,
after an illness of four years. I
The Bev. J. M. Woodard, former
pastor of the church, will officiate.
Burial will be in Greenhill ceme
Serving as pallbearers will he
Hugh Browning, Clyde Fisher,
James Kuykendall, Jasper orocK,
Charlie Palmer, and Robert Cope.
Honorary pallbearers wjll be the )
following: F. E. Kuykendall, 1
Thomas Queen, Dewey Hyatt, F.
-n I T - UK ' t?ii:
Es. KflDinson, jesse messer, r-ms
Troutman, Robert Chapman, Pink
Compton, Roy Wyatt, Lawson Me
harfey, Harry Hyatt, Dr. R.
Stuart Robinson, Claude Allen, and
Dr. G. McKay.
In charee of the flowers will be
Mliss Mabel Wyatt, Miss Katheryn
ATTENTION Leaving for Miami
Friday. Taking own car. Can
accommodate two persons wish
ing to share expenses Aud
Turner, phone 9174. Oct 16
FOR RENT 118 Main street. Com
fortably furnished 3 room eot
tage. Beautyrest mattress, pi
ano. See L. N. Davis Realty Co.
WANTED FARMERS of this
county to produce more milkLGet
in on this good market. See Pet
Dairy Products Co. TF
FOR RENT-Six room bungalow
and garage. Completely lurnisn
ed. Suitably arranged for two
couples or private family. In
quire on premises. 429 Love
Lane, or L. N. Davis. Oct. 9-16
LOST Gold cross on chain. En
crrnverl "To mv dear wife. 1903-
1907. Reward offered. Call 298-W,
FOR RENT 4 room house for rent.
Furnished. Near school, bee J
A. Whitaker 12 Hazel Street.
Oct. 16. "
LOST Large tan pocketbook at
Country Club saturoay mnu
Finder please return to Merrill
Amnions. Canton. Reward. 16
FOR SALE OR TRADE 6-foot
Kelvmator and cream seperator
What have(youi rnone izi-m.
, . See
Champion Motor Co.
Canton, N. C.
FOR BKNT. One fi room house on
Main Street, Haielwood, ' Phone
4155 Canton. N. C. Mrs. W. U
Harris. Oct 16
LOST Last week, hub cap from
V-8 Ford. Please return to Mis
S. A. Jones. Oct. 16
COAL RANGE Excellent condi
tion. Reasonable. Brading
Gas Service. Church street I It
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UP To 25 I" Fun
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