The Nocona News
Nocona, Montague County, Texas
January 6, 1922
OSCAR CLARY, young brother of WILL CLARY, was killed in an automobile accident near Hico, Texas Saturday Dec. 24. Mr. Clary and another young man were returning to their homes in the late evening and missed a culvert that had been moved a few feet during the day; their car turned over killing Mr. Clary and seriously injuring the other young man. The body was brought to Nocona and buried in Green Brier Cemetery Tuesday following his death Saturday.
C. W. BONER
C. W. BONER died Monday evening, December 26, 1921 at this home in Austin of heart failure. Thought he had been in bad health, he was up and around and had started to a neighbor’s when he became ill and died within minutes. Mr. Boner was well known in Nocona, having taught in the high school several terms. He was also a teacher and editor of a paper in Montague, moving from there to Bellevue where he was editor of the Bellevue News until he was elected to the state legislature. He served two terms in the legislature then entered the state comptroller’s office and was warrant clerk at the time of his death. The funeral and burial was at Austin where Mrs. Boner and son PAUL will make their home. Mrs. BONER is a sister of Mrs. W. B. PATTERSON and WILL LEE. Paul Boner holds a professorship at the state university from which institution he graduated.
Mrs. SIMON CLARK
Word was received that Mrs. SIMON CLARK, wife of Dr. SIMON CLARK of Austin, succumbed to tuberculosis that she had been seriously ill with, on Dec. 29, 1921.
ROY C. PATTERSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. PATTERSON of Nocona, and miss ANNIE ALLEN of Bogata were married at that place on Sunday, December 25, 1921. Elder PEDEN of the Baptist Church at Bogata officiated. They will make their home at Duncan, Oklahoma.
URBAN BAKER and Miss EULA TEAGUE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.A. TEAGUE, were married Christmas Day, Elder V. S. VANCE officiated.
Card of thanks from the family of OSCAR CLARY. Mrs. M. VANAKEN and LON C. CLARY.
District Court News
Grand jury: W. F. LANDERS, L. F. FRY, G. E MANGAN, W. V. SMITH, J. B. RITCHIE, J. E. CROW, J. A. FLANNERY, J. R. ALRED / ALLRED, FRANK CECIL, T. B. WILKES, C. L. MARTIN and E. E. HOLLAND as foreman.
Petit jurors: W. H. ALLISON, C. C. COCHRAN, E. B. KEMP, A. A. HALL, G. A. FARRIS, C. W. GENTRY, J. L. CLARK, G. L. PARR, LUKE GRANT, J. L. CASWELL, J. H. HODGES, JAMES CHAPMAN, J. T. AUERS, C. S. BROWN, ALTO KILCREASE, J. M. HARLMAN, JIM LYNN, GEORGE DILL, W. L. CHAMBLISS, T. W. HALE, H. B. FAULKENBERRY, E. T. ASKEW, FLOYD MARTIN.
EULVINE BOGGESS VS T. H. BOGGESS, divorce granted
ROSA PEARSON vs MATT PEARSON, divorce granted
DOVIE BANDY vs MARION BANDY, divorce granted
MINNIE DELMA vs P. L. DELMA, divorce granted
B. H. PRICE vs JOHN LINDSEY
LILLIA ALLBRIGHT vs L. G. ALLBRIGHT, divorce granted
F. M. HAMILTON vs I CHEERY
IRENE VEAL vs CLYDE VEAL, divorce granted
W. D. GREEN vs JNO. CAMPBELL
C. H. BOEDEKER vs D. W. MCWILLIAMS
A number of families attended the funeral of ROBERT GILL at Center Point Monday afternoon. Mr. Gill was a former resident of this community, but had lived at Supply, Oklahoma for some time. He died from Bright’s disease and tuberculosis.
BILL GODLEY of Guymon, Oklahoma is visiting here.
OSCAR DOSHIER of Guymon, Oklahoma is visiting his father JOHN DOSHIER.
JOHN LIMS came home from Tennessee and Alabama and said the two states were overflowing with spirits (distilled).
LONA HOLLARS of Belcherville and GERTIE ALLEN of Montague were visited Miss Hollars’ sister Mr. ED LANGFORD.
Mrs. EMMA GADBERRY and ETHEL FINCHER, who visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. FINCHER, left for Denton.
H. A. SELBY
CLINTON SELBY of the Starkey community received a telegram Friday morning about the death of his father, H. A. SELBY, at Dalhart. Mr. Selby and son PAUL left here in wagons about December 1 en route to Estancia, New Mexico where they expected to make their home. About 150 miles from Dalhart, Mr. Selby stopped at a house to warm and suffered an attack of appendicitis while there. He was hurried by automobile and train to Dalhart where he has three sons, CLARENCE, CARLTON and AUSTIN SELBY. Mrs. Selby and three daughters, LYDIA, GRACE and INA LOU joined him there. An operation was performed but gangrene had set up, and though he seemed better, he suffered a relapse and died Friday morning. He was buried at Dalhart. Mr. Selby was 65 years old and much of his life had been spent around Bonita where he raised a family of nine upright sons and daughters. ..
In Memory of R. OLDHAM
R. OLDHAM departed this life November 26, 1921. He was born in Moore County, North Carolina July 16, 1847, moved to Tennessee in early childhood and grew to manhood there, came to Texas in 1870, settled in Grayson County and there was married to SUAN / SUSAN D. SHULTZ in 1872 and moved to Montague County in 1877, settling on Clear Creek south of St. Jo. In 1881, his companion departed this life, leaving him with four children, all of whom survive him, OLIVER OLDHAM of Coalgate, Oklahoma, LEWIS OLDHAM and DEE OLDHAM of Montague and VIRGIL OLDHAM of Marlow, Oklahoma. He was married the second time to NANCY LEVERETT and to this union were born nine children, only five survive him, JOHN OLDHAM of Burkburnett, JIM OLDHAM of Slaton, Mrs. ELLA WILLIAMS of Forestburg, Mrs. GEORGIA DUNN of Saint Jo and LESTER OLDHAM of Comanche, Oklahoma. He was a member of the Church of Christ about 35 years. …
A Real Wooden Wedding
When Miss ADA OAKS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. OAKES of Washington, North Carolina, became the bride of WALTER PINE of Salisbury, North Carolina, recently, proved to be an unusual wedding. The pair decided to have a ‘wood wedding.’ Everybody that took part in the ceremony had a name like a tree. The groom: WALTER PINE; the bride Miss ADA OAKES; best man ROBERT L. BIRCH; bridesmaid ANNA LEE LAUREL; preacher, Rev. OSCAR T. WOOD. The ceremony was performed at Washington, N. C. and to make a wooden wedding flavor complete, the couple went to Hickory, N. C. to spend a week with the groom’s aunt, Mrs. E. W. SHINGLE. From the Lumberman’s Bulletin.
January 20, 1922
Miss MARY BALL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. BALL, and W. O. NEELEY of Tampico, Old Mexico, were quietly married at Marietta, Oklahoma on Nov. 27, 1921. After a visit here with her parents, Mrs. Neeley left for Tampico to join her husband.
Mrs. JESS HARRELL gave a surprise birthday party Wednesday in honor of her nephew CLARENCE CHANDLER who was 18 years old. Attending were ZETTA HARRELL, GERTRUDE DUNAWAY, THELMA DUNAWAY, BILL MARCH, JACK ROWLAND, WADE BONDS, JACK CLINGINGSMITH, ROBERT CUMMINS, and BASS GIST.
C. W. HINTON
C. W. HINTON, an old pioneer of Montague County, who has lived for many years in the Grayson community, died Wednesday afternoon and was buried Thursday in the Nocona cemetery. Mr. Hinton had been in feeble and failing health for quite a while.
Prof. H. N. DEARMORE of Fruitland has been secured to teach out the White-Priddy school as Prof. G. P. HUMPHREYS resigned. Mr. Dearmore is boarding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. BEN HILL, where WARREN POWERS, who is also teaching at White-Priddy, is boarding. Mr. Dearmore is a candidate for district clerk.
Mr. and Mrs. JIMMIE BOULDIN of near Rowland are the parents of a fine girl born Tuesday.
District Court News
Criminal cases: CHRIS KECK, J. DANIELS, J. R. KELSO, JOHN W. RATLIFF, S. M. GOYER, FRANK ROSS, ANDERSON Brothers, ROY ESSLINGER, JACK RAY, LON BELL, JIM CORADO, MELVIN DENHAM, DOC MICHUM, WILL HERROLD, N. M. RANDELL, LEO SPRAWLS, ED MAYS, J. F. PARTER.
J. F. PRUYEAR vs St. Jo school
J. M. REYNOLDS vs Railroad
J. E. PATTERSON vs Railroad
ANDERSON Brothers vs WALKER D. HINES
Mrs. L. A. LUCKFAIRE vs C. C. COCHRAN
W. F. CROW vs J. M. CROW
GERTRUDE CLARK vs life insurance
TEE PLEGE vs J. E. PLEDGE, maintenance of minor child
Petit juros: OTIS KING, J. W. GREEN, W. O. FOSTER, W. T. BURROWS, R. L. BEATTIE, T. H. HARALSON, G. B. BELL, J. HOLLWAY, E. M. COTTON, W. E. DITTO, O. G. COOCE, E .L. BROOKS, K. HARRELL, H. COPELAND, WILL HENDRICKS, W. W. CASWELL, R. T. BOYD, HENRY RILEY, O. A. GRAY, G. W. COFFMAN, AMROS COFFMAN, E. D. DUNBAR, W. H. WHITE, J. D. BARNES.
Admitted to U. S. citizenship at this term of court; LOUIS CASTILLA, ANDRW PELLIGRINI, HERMAN HUSFELD.
Mrs. LUTHER PRIBBLE was called to Goose Creek near Houston Thursday where her sister Mrs. ETHEL MCELWEE is seriously ill. A message was later sent that her sister had died. She was Mrs. Pribble’s only sister and is survived by her husband and one child.
January 27, 1922
MILDRED RACHEL ALEXANDER
Funeral services for Miss MILDRED RACHEL ALEXANDER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. ALEXADNER, formerly of Nocona, now near Forestburg, were held Saturday morning at the home of R. R. ALEXANDER. The services were conducted by S. J. MATHIESON, pastor of the First Christian Church at Denton, assisted by N. M. JACKS of Gainesville. Interment was at the Nocona cemetery. Miss Alexander died Thursday at Dallas where she has been sick for weeks with dropsy of the liver. She was taken ill last June while the family lived on a farm near Krum, Denton County, and last October was taken for treatment to Denton, then to Dallas in November. Death occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. MACE in Oak Cliff. The remains were received in Nocona on the Friday train, accompanied by ROY W. PRICE of Dallas, Mr. MATHEISON and Miss CATHERINE WISDOM of Denton. She was the only daughter and youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. ALEXANDER, was 16 years old, 11 months, 17 days… member of the Christian Church… born in Nocona and left here in 1912 to move to Denton with her parents. Besides her parents, four brothers survive, SEVIER, JAMES and WALLACE ALEXANDER of the home and B.E. ALEXANDER of Denton. They are all here to attend the funeral.
Mrs. JESS THOMPSON’S mother, Mrs. FRED MARTIN, left for her home at Sedalia, Missouri after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thompson.
February 3, 1922
Mr. and Mrs. JOHN RYAN were the parents of a baby born Sunday that lived until Wednesday.
Mrs. DICK CARDWELL
Mrs. DICK CARDWELL died at the family home in Nocona Saturday, January 28, 1922 and was buried in the Nocona cemetery Sunday afternoon, funeral services conducted by Elder F. S. VANCE. Mrs. Cardwell had been sill for the past two or three years. She was born in Washington, Missouri and at the time of her death, 53 years, 9 months 1 day of age. She is survived by her husband, and two daughters, Mrs. BLANCHE BENTON and JENSY MAY CARDWELL.
February 10, 1922
In Memory of Mrs. ANNIE CARDWELL
Saturday afternoon, January 28, the death angel visited the home of DICK CARDWELL and took his dear beloved wife. …
W. J. MAPLES had a turn for the worse Tuesday according to a telegram received by the family Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. STONE left on the train for Dallas to be with him.
Rev. and Mrs. MINOR BOUNDS of Gainesville and Mrs. DUDLEY and daughters of Muenster attended the funeral of Mrs. MARY CLARK Wednesday. Bro. BOUNDS assisted in holding the services. Mrs. J. J. BAILEY visited Mrs. CLARK Sunday and Monday.
Worth Her Weight in Gold
Hollis, Oklahoma: V. J. MCHAM, a farmer living near here, has sold $1250 worth of hogs from one Duroc Jersey sow, according to the county agent, L. I. BENNETT. The sow is six years old and the record was made during her first five years. She has produced an average of ten pigs to the litter. Mr. McHam is well known to Nocona folks, having lived near here for many years until he moved to Hollis.
JOHNNIE CROXTON, five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. CROXTON, died early Tuesday morning and was buried Wednesday. He was stricken with pneumonia. He was born in Nocona August 30, 1916. The funeral service was held at the family home Wednesday.
District Court news
Jurors: W. H. GARRETT, DAN HOOVER, W. T. BREWER, A. M. BYFORD, B. T. BOND, H. H. MCPHERSON, LEE TUCKER, LEE FULTON, H. R. DAVIS Jr., W. H. CASH, W. L. HIGHTOWER, C. J. BREWER, J. R. HAYS, A. L. COOK, H. C. BRADLEY, JOHN GRIMES, H. T. CHANDLER, T. C. BILDERBACK, D. A. BRADLEY, J. D. BARNES. E. T. ASKEW, W. C. SIMPSON, A. O. HURT, W. W. ROBERTS, A. F. NOEL, A. F. COOK, W. T. GUNTER, and FLOYD NORED.
Dismissed criminal cases; T. W. STRICKLAND, JACK RAY, ED MAYS, J. R. KELSO
Hung jury cases: JOHN W. RATLIFF, JACK BENNETT, WILL HEARLD,
Bond forfeited by LON BELL, MONROE WOODRUFF, witness MAT PEARSON fined for contempt of court
C. E. THOMPSON vs MINNIE THOMPSON, divorce granted.
Jurors: R. S. DAVIS, A. B. BOWERMAN, J. B. MANNING, W. D. DAVIDSON, J. C. CAMPBELL, NOAH COX, J. M. BAKER, F. E. BOYD, J. N. BOOKER, S. A. DORMAN, J. H. CROSS, WALTER CASWELL, W. L. GREEN, C. W. MILLER, W. T. SHOCKLEY, C. A. WILLIAMS, A. GRONOW, JIM HUNDLEY, J. P. SHERLEY, W. L.GREEN, D. OLDHAM, W. T. MINOR, W. D. WOODALL, M. H. BROWN, J. I. RAGSDALE, JOHN WILLIAMS, R. W. GRIMSLEY, W. M. WOOD.
Dismissed; W. G. BRIDGES, FRANK ROSS, WILL HERROLD, CHARLIE OMARY, H. TAYLOR
EDGAR EAKINS now at Walters, Oklahoma was in Nocona.
Mrs. J. O. COBB has been sick; Mrs. L. COBB of near St. Jo is visiting her.
J. G. HOWARD was appointed temporary guardian of JOE HOWARD and EDITH HOWARD, minors.
Mrs. MARY CLARK
Mrs. MARY M. CLARK, nee ALLEN, was born in Gordon County, Georgia March 7, 1865, married to B.D. CLARK in 1883, their union was blessed with three children, two boys and one girl. She raised four of her husband’s children besides her own. In her 16th year, she joined the Methodist Church… In the fall of 1905 she and her family moved to Texas and settled in Nocona where she lived until her death, February 7, 1922. A large congregation attended the funeral at the Methodist Church, conducted by Rev. W. R. MCCARTER, assisted by Rev. MINOR BOUNDS, her former pastor….
February 17, 1922
County Court Docket
State vs: CASH REED, W. E. COOK, CLARK TEAKLE, MARTIN WILLIAMSON, JIM CORADO, DAN FENOGLIO, S. D. HOOVER, SAM RATHER, BRANT MAGEE / MCGEE, CLARENCE MINOR, JACK WEATHERFORD, W. A. HARRIS, CHESTER CLARK, MAT PEARON, TOM RALLS, W. H. CASH, T. K. TAFT, J. S. SIMS,
I.O. SEEDS vs CHARLES SEEDS
LON GRIFFEY vs J. C. DAVIS
LEMON & CLARK vs C. E. SCHAFF
Estates of JAMES K. B. SOLOMON, PETER VITALI, F. C. PAULING, JOE and EDITH HOWARD, HARREL GUILLIANI, J.G GOLIGHTLY, JESSE E. GOLIGHTLY.
March 31, 1922
A.C. “DOC” SHORT
A.C. “Doc” Short died at his home 12 miles north of Bowie Friday, March 24, 1922 of pneumonia following the flu. He had been in failing health for four years… The funeral services were at the Oak Grove cemetery Saturday afternoon March 25, by Rev. G. A. FITZGERALD of Iowa Park. Mr. Short was born in Missouri June 1, 1872, being 49 years old. He came to Texas with his parents while a small boy, settling at Valley View in Cooke County. Then they moved to a farm near Muenster where he grew to manhood. He married Miss ANNIE COURSEY Sept. 3, 1893. He is survived by his wife and eight children. Three sons, CHARLES of Memphis, Texas, FRED C. and CLIFFORD of the home; five daughters, BELL, NELLIE, MAY and NORA at home and Mrs. BERNICE RITCHIE of Stoneburg. Two brothers, MARION SHORT of Ringgold and GUY SHORT of Duncan, Oklahoma; three sisters, Mrs. ORA TIPTON of Dublin, Mrs. NORA MCCONAL of Fort Worth, Mrs. ALBERT WILSON of Duncan, Oklahoma; one uncle WALTER EMORY of Nocona, one aunt Mrs. JOSIE MCGEE of Alvord. All his children and his two brothers and one sister Mrs. Wilson were at his bedside when the end came. His other two sisters were unable to get there. Mrs. McConal arrived in time for the funeral. Mrs. Short’s brothers, JAP and JOE COURSEY, and her sisters, Mrs. R. H. JOHNSON, Mrs. R. L. MAYERS Miss MAYME COURSEY, and Mrs. J. B. DURHAM, all of Gainesville, were with him at the end. Mrs. JIMMIE BROWN, a sister of Mrs. Short, and R. J. JOHNSON, brother-in-law of Gainesville attended the funeral. He had been a member of the Christian Church for several years…
NOEL HUNTER of Burkburnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. HUNTER of Nocona, and Miss MAURINE COOPER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. COOPER now of Fort Worth, were quietly married at Burkburnett Sunday, March 19.
April 14, 1922
Last week DEWEY WELKER, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. M. A. WELKER, his brother LEE and sister Miss ANNA, went to Fort Worth to be examined by Army physicians. He will probably be sent to some government hospital for treatment from wounds and gas received in France.
Little JOE DAVID, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. COLTHARP of Childress, died Saturday from pneumonia. He would have been 15 months old on the 20th of this month. Mrs. F. P. SKILLMAN and daughter MAMIE and J. C. HARALSON attended the funeral.
J. MART PAYNE of near Temple, Oklahoma stopped in Nocona en route to his home from Boggy Depot near Atoka, Oklahoma where he had been on account of the illness and death of his father, J. W. PAYNE. His father use to live near Montague and in the Valley. He was 66 years old and died from flu and pneumonia. He is survived by his wife and four children. Mr. Payne died Tuesday, April 4 and was buried the next day at Boggy.
EWING and DAVE KENNY, who visited their sister Mrs. GEORGE WILLIAMS, left for their old Pennsylvania home and will probably go to Alaska.
Grandma EVERETT, formerly of this community, died April 17 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. BAILEY of Forestburg. She was buried at the Starkey cemetery April 18. Rev. G. W. COX conducted the funeral service. Grandma Everett was 68 years old. She had been a member of the Primitive Baptist Church for 40 years. She is survived by five children, MASE EVERETTT and Mrs. MATTIE TIPPINGTON of Fort Worth, Mrs. JANE COBB of Fletcher, Oklahoma, JOHN EVERETT of Bridgeport, and Mrs. CARRIE BAILEY of Forestburg. All of her children, except Maze Everett, were at the funeral. Rev. CULWELL, pastor of the Methodist Church at Montague, and LEE HUSBAND, tax assessor, of Montague attended her funeral.
LONA HOLLARS of Bonita visited her sister Mrs. ED LANGFORD.
Mrs. J. T. HOLMES of Nocona and daughter Mrs. RUTH NEWSOM of Cleburne visited the WARNER PRICE family.
EVALINE LEATON has been pronounced out of danger by Dr. WILTON.
Little FOY WILLIAMS has been sick.
Mrs. DORA LANGFORD and several members of the DINK BILBERRY family have been ill with flu and pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. CLINTON SELBY were at McCollum.
Mr. and Mrs. ED LANGFORD and daughter IRIS LAVERNE, Mrs. W. W. LANGFORD and Miss MITTIE LANGFORD were at Bonita.
Miss MARY PRATHER will be our primary school teacher next term.
Mr. and Mrs. ALFRED LEATON entertained their friends Sunday afternoon with an Easter egg hunt.
May 12, 1922
Cyclone near Bonita
A tornado struck the earth about one mils west of McCollum Saturday evening. WALTER BOLAND’S house was moved about three feet, badly wrecked. HENRY HOWARD’S rent house was own house were torn from their foundations. THURMAN TATUM’S home and barn were blown, torn, and scattered about 50 acres of land. Mr. and Mrs. TATUM saved themselves from being sucked from their cellar by holding on to a post. HOWARD BOLAND’S house on the M. M. GILBERT farm was ruined. Some of the minor damages were: ALEX HOLLARS smoke house, RICH LANIER’S barn was set in ALEX HOLLARS’ wheat field.
When it passed through the Starkey neighborhood, fences, sheds and poultry houses were torn at GEORGE RONE’S place. The greatest damage was on the J. B. ETTER farm.
Mrs. SUE DAVIS of Walters, Oklahoma attended the working of the Starkey cemetery.
Mrs. P. W. WATTS of Brownslow is visiting her daughter Mrs. BERTIE GIPSON.
Mrs. ED LANGFORD, baby and MITTIE LANGFORD visited the J. A. HOLLARS family north of Bonita. They attended the funeral of OPAL HOWARD.
JOHN ETTER had an old fashioned log rolling and house raising to clear up his place. Mrs. Etter, who is a splendid cook, served a bountiful country dinner to 15 guests.
DINK BILBERRY had a heart attack Saturday.
TACK RUSSELL had a fine mule killed by lightning Saturday night.
Miss LETRICE BROWN was appointed temporary guardian of MERLE BROWN and RUTH BROWN, minors.
To remove clouds on title, W. H. BREWER petitions: A. S. BAXTER, SAM MCDONALD, SAMUEL MCDONALD and wife, S. D. MCDONALD, T. J. GRISHAM and wife, L. B. GRISHAM, J. F. MCKEE and wife, S. T. MCKEE, ADALIEN CUNNINGHAM, H. W. WAINSCOTT and wife, NANCY I. WAINSCOTT, and unknown heirs of each and all to appear in court…
May 19, 1921
We are informed that B. W. MILLER of near Portales, New Mexico died last Sunday. He had suffered from a kidney complaint for several years. Mr. Miller lived in Nocona in the early days and before then on Post Oak Prairie, well remembered. His wife is a sister of Miss EMMA CARMICHAEL and Mrs. FORD FRY, who went to Portales a while back, a sister of W. D. CARMICHAEL and Dr. J. B. CARMICHAEL.
Honoring Bride Elect
On Saturday morning, at the home of Mrs. ORIN CARMICHAEL, Misses VERA MARTIN and GRACE CARMICHAEL entertained with a novelty shower for Miss ANIA JUSTIN, who was married to RUSSEL LEMON Tuesday.
From the Dinuba, California Daily Sentinel: article honoring Uncle MARCUS E. WARREN on his 83rd birthday.. born May 10 83 years ago in Tennessee, going to Texas in early life, married a rosey-cheeked Arkansas girl, who is still at his side, built up a prosperous mercantile business… childless, they helped to rear a number of children and educate numbers of others… They came to Dinuba at the beginning of Rev. CHARLES MARTIN’S pastorate nearly five years ago…
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