Licking County High School - Lickingana Yearbook (Licking, OH)

 - Class of 1953

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I X E 1 M ' rf f 0 x won, .Z M Q. lg? Xt lr 1 ' f Xt Frontrsprece Ded1cat1on A11 County Sectron Hartford Alexandrra Pataskala Homer Hanover Toboso Summlt Jacksontown Hebron Klrkersvrlle Johnstown Utrca Etna Autographs This page sponsored by John J. Carroll 'nt an I' JQB 38 0 via' Edltor Assrstant Edrtor BUSIHCSS Manager Advertrsrng Manager Baseball Track Softball ll Man Football Cmzenshlp Sprmg Festrval Basketball Honor Socrety Student COUHC11 6 Man Football Art Edrtor Asst Art Edrtor Advlser 17 Davrd Grube Phlllp Durnell Mary Lou N1choLs Larry Schwartzenberger Nancy Thompson Robert Wllt Mary Gutndge Shrrley Trarner John Moore JoAnn P1 er Allen Co urn Larry Watktns Nell lngle Rosehe Thompson Mr James Krrkpatnck Th1s page sponsored by The Fashron, Newark 4 Hartford Alexandna Pataskala Homer Hanover Toboso Summrt J ac ksontown Hebron Krrkersvrlle Johnstown Utlca Etna Pataskala Hebron Hartford J is . ,Q ' -1 ' +1 +5 Q ' f ,. 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Q J -W - ........, ,,.I , Homer Kirkersville Bill Ross Paul Blain Ruth Keckley Forest vv Jacksontown Pataskala Vernon Johnston Neil Irfle Jerry Helser Richar Fidler Johnstown Summit JoAnn Piper Philip Gray Hartford Janice Johnston Howard Gosnell David Grube Advisers - Mrs. Hartzell Conway, Thomas I. Quick, Harold Sebold This page sponsored by H. L. Art, Your Jeweler, Newark 6 Freda Strait Laura Snook Utic a Don Walker Rosemary 643 ll unity Qana' ALEXANDRIA - June Reese, Philip Durnell, Raymond Ratai, Virginia Bowman. ETNA - Nancy Roseberry, Evelyn Myers, Janice Balser, Richard Emswiler, Mary Lincke, Virginia Budd, Frank Starkey, Nancy Weaver, Larry Watkins, Larry Weaver, RobertCross. HANOVER-TOBOSO - Janet Edmunds, David Edmunds, Nancy Thompson, Betty O'Flaherty. HARTFORD - Raymond Cook, Robert Bennett. HEBRON - Betty Smoke, Martha Chesser, Bonnie Gartner, Bobby Sue Cochran, Nancy Williams, Gene Sellers, Elizabeth Ours, Caroline Stukey, Mary Bauman, Tom Cash, Lynn Cass, Paul Baker. HOMER - Judy Burris. JOHNSTOWN - Eleanor Parsons, Ronnie Amrine, Pat Adams, JoAnn Piper, Carolyn Davis. KIRKERSVILLE - Robert Wiswell, Christine Welch, Rose Blaine, Neil Caldwell, Ellen Smith, Bernice Cramer, Ruth Blaine, Rosemary Smith, John Squires. PATASKALA - Jack Evans, Josephine Fordyce, Edith Woolard, Linda VanAtta, Carolyn Conway, George Goehl, Mary Lou Nichols, Mary Alice Fravel, Richard Fidler, Ruby Keyes, Bruce Bowman, Dee Whitehead. SUMMIT - Madonna Russell, Joanne Butler, Merry Geis, Joanne Swick, Ethel Noe, Mary Alice Camden, Maryjane Wright, Ed Flugge, Harry Gieseck, Mildred DeNune, Noel Dentner, Charles Gieseck. UTICA - JoEllyn Johnson, Louise Houck, Charles Dunlap, Gatha Kinney, Anne Colville, Mary Larimore, Janet Miller, Paula Shaw, Rosemary Patton, Martha Debolt, Don Boyer, Sandra Manifold, Claire Ann Riley, Martha McDonald, Don Walker, Bob Shaw, George Bricker. This page sponsored by McMichael Music Store 7 ALEXANDRIA - Edna Gurney, Carol Bedell, Annie Keller, Norma Reed, Betty Blackstone, Barbara Davis, Phyllis Tucker, Naomi Dunnaway, Jean Dickerson, Grace Logsdon, Linda Smoots, Shirley Spellman, Wilma Wolfe, David Durnell, Lowell Noland, Robert Rife, Danny Cottrell. ETNA - Ruth Ann Trimmer, JoAnn Smith, Barbara Clark, Janet Trimmer, Gwen Hall, Peggy Knoff, Charlene Lemmerman, Nancy Knoff, Mary Coffey, Dick Smith, Ray Conkle. HANOVER-TOBOSO - Lois Claypool, Dolores Ayers, Vivian Flowers, Mary Melick, Verna Sidle, Eleanor Boylan, Frances Rector, Janet Edmunds, Betty Anderson, Reba Baughman, Betty Wolfe, Mary Eikelberry, Betty O'Flaherty, Shirley Nethers, Mary Kibble, Dorothy Morgan, Dolores Nethers, Wilma Gault, Nancy Evans, Darlene Riffle, Urcel Carson, Glenn Smith, Jim O'F1aherty, Paul Parker, Victor Acord, Terry Nethers, Ronnie Miller, Robert Street. HARTFORD - Barbara Richardson, Pat Nichols, Linda Porschet, Barbara Denty, Beverly Richardson, Marilyn Johnston, Dolores Sesser, Dorotha VanFossen, Shirley Brake, Donna Butt, Carol Noe, Sue Rich, Evelyn Stevenson, David Grube, Edward Fairall, Howard Gosnell, Gordon Potter, Jack Rhyan, Larry Stevenson, Ned Grandstaff. HEBRON - Roselyn Barrett, Annetta Jackson, Shirley Rosebraugh, Janice Flowers, Marlene Neel, Twila Ramsey, Marilyn Bauer, Roselie Thompson, Jane Ann Oldaker, Shirley Heimerl, Eloise Karst, Marlene McCullough, Shirley Trainer, Ellsworth Pence, Dean Furbee, Frank Oyler, RichardCash, James Monnett, George Reichert,JamesGreen, Gordon Clippinger, Robert Slater, David Noble. HOMER - Helena Cummings, Janice Hall, Betty Wilkins, Carole Parker, Jean Kuhn, Carol Bowen, Nancy Dixon, Dorothy Bone, Eleanor Smith, Barbara Anderson, Barbara Berger, Lemont Cullison, Duane Dixon, Larry Schwartzenberger, Bill Ross, Keith Chrisman. JACKSONTOWN - Sue Bailey, Katherine Florian, Jean Grubaugh, Shirley Winter, Shirley Henry, Mary Jane Jones, Sandra Keefe, Nancy Roberts, Pat Smith, Elizabeth Brown, Mary Bowlus, Vera Crist, Janice Davis, Mary Guuidge, Joann Stukey, Dorothy Smith, Jacqueline Smith, Walter Franks, Keith Cotterman, Vernon Johnston. JOHNSTOWN - Nancy Cooper, Barbara Miles, Sandra Evans, Marilyn Samsal, Barbara Noble, Nancy Medors, Ella Ruth Delong, Bonnie McClintick, Diane Egan, Barbara Conard, Pat Mustacchio, Barbara Wilson, Martha Lewis, ,xg This page sponsored by The Ohio Power Company S s 4 A A I Continuedj - Carolyn Adams, Carol Foster, Barbara Kennedy, Kathleen Davis, Carolyn Colville, Larry Jim Piper, Phil Gray, Rod Kauber, Ray Belt, Neil Longwell, Richard Lewis, Jon Cooperrider, Lynn Melick, Don Chapman, Bob Adams. KIRKERSVILLE - Jacqueline Atwell, Barbara Beal, Betty Corbin, Mary Stevenson, Mary Lou Fields, Virginia Hite, Judy Emerson, Sondra Atwell, Shirley Taylor, Bert Campbell, Lowell Stout, Hugh Christopher, Richard Hite, Forrest Williams, Harvey VanBuren, John Moore, James Stout. PATASKALA - Jean Biggs, Mary Lou Foor, Betty Osborn, Donna Jean Fraker, Norma Jean Keyser, Nancy Neal, Mary Ann Lott, JoAnn McCullough, Alice Ramsey, Joyce Moorhead, Phyllis Williamson, Katherine Williams, Barbara McClure, Jackie Foster, Phyllis Hurlburt, John Wentz, Charles Raver, James Ulry, Marlin Ziegler, Dean Williams, Robert Leste, Robert Zeune, Edwin Rhodeback, Burt Williams, Jack Lee, Howard Thomas, Charles Wingeier, David Burkey, Glen Corwin, Neil Ingle, Steve Mills, Clarence Lynn, Harvey Cashdollar. SUMMIT - Freda Strait, Esther Dodderer, Charlotte Collins, Grace Tharp, Laura Snook, Annie Person, Willa Jean Wilt, Ruth Schuler, Nona Megahey, Ruth Swick, Beverly Galloway, Marjorie Connors, Barbara Finlinson, Sylvia Kellett, Lee Justice, Glenn Dunno, Don Patterson, Pat Campbell, James Clement, Joe Person, Bill Major, Frank Laughlin, Bill Lines, Vaughn Ware, Harold Alberry. UTICA - Patsy Longstreth, Nancy Wince, Mary Helen Lake, Jennie Bebout, Carolyn Earlewine, Laura Myers, Betty Guisinger, Marilyn Fisher, Shelia Farmer, Barbara Compton, Patty Miller, Joreen Ryan, Marie Burkholder, Maureen Dager, Carol Mason, Ann Mack, Phyllis Salyers, Sherrie Marston, Kay Helphrey, Dorothy Boyd, Thelma Jean Smith, Donna Bell, Linda Lynn, Mildred Hiles, Rita Hankins, Ivan Handwerk, Tom Babb, Harold Nesbit, Bernard Casper, Delbert Robinson, Kenneth Smith, Harvey Farley, Virgil Justice, Eddie Thompson, Clarence Debolt, Jim Pierpont, Danny McDaniel, Frank Waters, Dwight Evans, Jim Hopkins, Gordon Brennan, James Boyer, Dennis Champion, Buford Robinson, Bob Robinette, Max Marston, Dan Stricker, Charles Gatten. This page sponsored by the Newark College of Commerce 9 immiggjft ISUKJIYEI1' 'Z' ALEXANDRIA - Edna Gumey, Thornton Nichols, Lowell Noland, Charles Marlow, June Reese, Philip Durnell, Richard Walters. ETNA - Beverly Hall, Richard Clark, Janet Trimmer, Nancy Roseberry, Virginia Budd, William Scheidegger. HANOVER-TOBOSO - Dorothy Morgan, Urcel Carson, Mary Martha Melick, David Edmunds, Mary Eikelberry, Nancy Thompson, Richard Butler, John Lothes. HARTFORD - David Grube, Janice Johnston, William Hogue, Jr., Dan Grube, Howard Gosnell. HEBRON - Betty Smoke, Martha Chesser, Shirley Rosebraugh, Roselie Thompson, James Monnett, Robert Taylor, Shirley Trainer, Kenneth Monnett, Tom Cash, Gene Sellers, Marilyn Porter, Patti Justice. HOMER - Wilbur Ross, Keith Chrisman, Dorothy Bone, Nancy Dixon, Larry Baughman, Carl Kenney, Ruth Keckley. IACKSONTOWN - Ray Jones, Janice Davis, Richard Baker, Sue Bailey, Katherine Florian, Shirley Winter. JOHNSTOWN - JoAnn Piper, Joyce Swick, Carolyn Adams, Anna Mae Hughes, Gerald Boner, Phyllis Ashbrook Barbara Noble, Carolyn F. Davis, Robert Shea, Philip Gray, William Pitt. KIRKERSVILLE - Paul Blain, John Moore, Ellen Smith, John Bascom, Christine Welch. PATASKALA - Glenn Corwin, Mary Lou Nichols, JoAr1ne McCullough, Jean Biggs, Harvey Cashdollar, Steven Mills, Norma Jean Keyser, Barbara McClure. SUMMIT - Dorothy Pool, Robert Wilt, Vaughn Ware, James Shaw, Donald Boehm, Charles Morrow, Ethel Noe, Madonna Russell. UTICA - Donald Walker, Louise Houck, Allen Coburn, Ann Mack, Joann Doup, Donald Boyer, Fred Dixon, Rosemary Patton, Mildred Hiles, Rita Hankins, Charles Muston, JoEllyn Johnson. This page sponsored by Carlile Furniture and Rug Company Friday, April 25, 1952 was an eventful day in the music festival history of Licking County Schools. lt marked the occasion of the first all-county musical pageant involving music, dancing, and pageantry. It can be truthfully said that the product on, "The Americas on Parade," was a delight to the large audience which filled one side of the Denison University gymnasium. This page sponsored by G. B. 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M 1 H 'fs iv' '- GUHBQRLY Sumo Ogzewfwi , awe 1 This page sponsored by Warner s Service Station 32 fxxffx ef-'L ""'!"w ::' "" WWW 145 'll I I"'l"I I II lull " , -1:41 :ll 3.42 Lua--1' 'X ,li Sprrng 19 53 Dear Frrends Once agarn rt rs trme to look back over the school year and see what has happened at Hartford Hlgh On the openrng day of school the students were met by a frne group of teachers They soon became acquarnted and wrth each other s help had a very successful year Hartford had a very successful year rn sports The football team boasted a record of srx wtns and two losses By vrrtue of thrs record they were awarded a trophy and the trtle of Co Champrons of the county 6 man football league To add a touch ofglamour to the season Ruth Peterman rergned as homecomrng queen and recerved her tradrtronal krss from the Captam Ted Cross Nell Shoemaker and Ned Grandstaff were elected from Hartford for the all county 6 man football team The basketball team had a season record of frfteen wrns and three losses and a league record of ten wrns and one loss For thrs record Hartford won the league champron trophy At the tournament Hartford suffered a heart breakrng defeat rn rts frrst game whrch destroyed many hrgh hopes of the team and the Hartford fans Janrce Johnston was presrdent of the student councrl Thrs group was very actrve and benefrcral a round the school Janrce Howard Gosnell and Davrd Grube were members of the county councxl Davrd Grube was edrtor of the Lrckrngana On Nov 14 the Iunror class presented a three act comedy ent1tled Father Be Calm under the drrectron of Mrs McNemar The Senrors presented therr play on March 20 It was htlarrous three act mystery of nonsense called the 'Ghost of Possum Hollow. ' Mrs. Krrkpatrrck drrected the play. Members of the Honor Socrety from Hartford were Iamce Johnston, Davrd Grube, B111 Hogue, Dan Grube, and Howard Gosnell. Sprrng bustled w1th many actrvrtres. The Jr Sr. Banquet was the brg occasron for everyone. Soon graduatron trme had come. Class Day was May 8th. Baccalaureate Servrces were held on Sunday, May 17th, wrth Reverend Luther Hyde delrvermg the sermon. Commencement was May 20. Dr. Arrsman from Ohro State Unrversrty was the speaker. The Alumnr Banquet was on May 23. School has frnrshed for another year. Your pal, The Hartford Yellow Jacket Thxs page sponsored by Red and Whrte Store 33 ff 1 , 'W' X MB '- -"B . P ii d X 1' ,e '::'I:J rx?"-.2 . T -7 , , , - 1 Qsagsrf' easel, W rl, -s Je 'Cf gm J' Thls page sponsored by Shoemaker s Grocery 34 1 ,I .J We J? 'gi rf, c QT!" gf 1" W J ki J 4? , rrre Q K W J 1 Q ' i 6 s- i 32 XV, T ng- H 3' :Jw ' ' . 9 'iz V Y-,',,,... 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This page sponsored by Dume11's Cut Rate 36 ALEXANDRIA The doors of Alexandria Hrgh opened on the third of September in this year of 1952 53 In the class rooms we found three new teachers Miss Reffett Miss Moore and Mr Hutchinson plus the teachers back from last year Later in the year we found some new teachers in school These were Mrs Tays and Mr Andrews We all ended the year as one big happy family sorry or course about losing the semors First down and 15 yards to go in the fall and in the winter on the scoreboard you see 64 to 62 fAlex is aheadl Yes sports are a big thing in ole Alex In football we won one against a lost record of seven We lost to Hartford Hanover Toboso Etna Pa taslrala Homer and Kukersville while winning the one from representative on the all county second team H was Norman QTonyy Schneider a senior Basketball came next on the list of sports of Alex This year was a slow one for us but we managed to win three good games These games were Kirkers ville Hanover Toboso and Iacksontown In the tournament we didn t do quite as well In our first game we lost to Hanover Toboso by a score of 68 The music department has had a very busy and exciting year To begin with we had our first band in several years They performed for two football games During the Christmas season the music de partment presented a pageant and miracle play The setting was 16th centruy England This year for the first time Alex had twelve representatives in the Ohio Wesleyan Music Festival They were June Reese Virginia Bowman and Philip Durnell in the band with David Durnell Lowell Noland Donald Logsdon Grace Logsdon Ann Keller Edna Gurney Sarah Ramsey Linda Smoots and Jean Dickerson making up part of the singing group Again this year Alex was in full force at the county music festival Two very successful plays were presented t Alexandria this year The Juniors acted out a comedy on November 14 1952 and the Seniors gave a comedy farce on April 24 1953 Along this line the speech The subject was Organizations of the High School and Their Functions The County Honor Society an organization of distinction for many years also had representatives this year From the Junior Class came Philip Durnell June Reese and Dick Walters In the Senior Class the representative was Charles Marlow Now comes the big part of school for the Seniors, graduation Baccalaureate was held in the Baptist Church and graduation was held in the auditorium on May 20th at 8 O0 The rest ofthe school was quite proud of their upper classmates for they looked so happy on thrs the biggest night of their lives This page sponsored by Arensberg s Pure O11 Station . - - ' I , 0 1 v . . . . . l 3 Jacksontown. 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The Semors Dolores Ayers Eleanor Boylan Urcel Carson Lo1s Claypool Mary Erkelberry Dave Edmunds Charles Prouty Robert Prrest Maxme Hall Mary Krbble Mary M611Ck Frances Rector Don Longfellow Dolores Nethers Dorothy Morgan Shrrley Nethers Darlene Rrffle Glenn Smrth Rrchard Roffey Joe Swope Betty Wolfe James O Flaherty 7:14444 af, Sched SHALL REMEMBER FOOTBALL Class Motto Neatness Srllrness Shortness Laugh Popularrty Athlettc Ab1l1ty Blushmg Wrllrngness Dark Eyes Sweet Drsposltron Blond Harr Stature Appetrte Personalrty Best Crtrzen Wrnmng Way Letters Slngrng Dark Hart Hot Rod Long Hatr Burr Hatr Cut Today we follow Tomorrow we lead Class Colors Blue and Whrte Class Flower Red Rose Class Play Blues on the Run Sill MINSTREL Honorable mentron rs grven to our football squad We were proud of our squad our coach and the co operatron and sportsmanshrp on the part of both W apprecrate the enthusrasm shown by the spectators The season s scores were Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Toboso Toboso Toboso Toboso Toboso Toboso Toboso Alexandrra J acksontown Pataskala Homer Hartford Etna Krrkersvrlle BASKETBALL The Hanover Toboso Hrgh School Basketball games were very excrttng thrs year Even though the team lost more games than they won the losmg margrns were very small Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Toboso Toboso Toboso Toboso T oboso Toboso Toboso Toboso T oboso Toboso The season s scores were Hebron Pataskala Utica Etna J acksontown Johnstown Krrkersvrlle Alexandrra Summrt Sta Homer The frrst mtnstrel to be grven by the H T school was sponsored by the Athlet1c Club whose membershrp 1n cludes all rnterested students from the Jumor and Semor Hrgh The productron was under the d1rect1on of Clarence Bums CHEERLEADERS In summrng up our sports program we cannot over look the fme cooperatron grven our teams by our four dependable and pe py Cheerleaders whose efforts can not be measured y pomts Thrs team consrsts of Janet Edmunds Eleanor Boylan Mary Erkelberry and Vrolet Wrlls Good luck to the class of 53 Thrs page sponsored by Hanover Farmers Exchange Inc. da -' I WE . 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JUNIOR CLASS ..ROW 1 Joann Levingston, Irene Brown, Janet Edmunds, Nancy Evans, Nancy Thompson, Rebecca Willians, Bessie Newell, Mr. Shell. ..ROW 2 Mary Longfellow, Wilma Gault, Charlotte Satterfield, Alice Cooper, Bud Dir-gan, Dick Butler, LeroyVictor, Bob Weaver, John Lo es, Neil Wood. FRESH'M.EN CLASS . .ROW 1 Sue R, Elizabeth P, Sue D, Retta B, Betty M, Helen W, Norma C, Marilee F, Miss Bower. ..ROW 2 Vivian F, Bill N, Bob H, Gene B, Dick M, Eddie H, Charles T, Jerry N, Mack M, Sunny L, David W, Danny D. This page sponsored by Satterfield's Grocery FOOTBALL . .ROW 1 Dick Roffey, UrcelCarson, Charles Prouty, James O'FlahertY. Jerry Dunla . ..ROW 2 Mr. Burns, Henry Ashcraft, Paul Parser, Bob Street, Bob Priest, Leland Lescalleet, Maxie Haught and Bob Weaver. BASKET BALL . .ROW 1 Urcel Carson,Ierry Dunlap, Ronnie Miller, Dave Edmunds, Charles Prouty. 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Pi? - 1 r N , ' , JACK 0 Jacksontown opened her doors once again in September to greet fxve new teachers who were Mrs Frances Clutter Mrs Jane Olmsted Mrss Ora Rous seau Mr Robert Brennan and Mr James Matthews With us agarn were Mlss LaVonne Raver Mr W Balo and Mr Ralph Brllett Scarcely had school begun when we found our selves rn the mrdst of football season The season was not too successful Homer was our only wmnrng game The team played w1th team work and lots of spurt throughout the season The Homecommg Game w1th Pataskala ended the season Pataskala defeated us Queen MaryGutr1dge was crowned by the Captarn Howard Smlth Her court consrsted of Pat Smtth Judy Panzer and Judith Mrlls D1ck Baker and Buddy Guyer made All-County second team Durmg the fall season one of the events that proved excmng and rnterestlng was the annual Fall Festrval The most excrting cltmax was the crown ing of the Queen Jaruce Dav1s She was attended by Katherme Florran Sally Claggett and Sonja Keefe Peg Sasser who was last year s Carnival Queen crowned Janice The Semors went to Newark to have therr prctures taken The Junror and Seruors were glven the p1'1V1 lege to see Presrdent Ersenhower speak at Delaware on one of hrs pre election whxstle stops This was a very worthwhlle and memorable occasron The FFA took many freld trrps throughout the season whrch helped them in their proJects The Communrty Club sponsored some dances so TOW that they could purchase needed articles for the school Our first basketball game was November 20th with Thornvtlle The team drdn t do so well dur mg the season but they won one game from Etna The cheerleaders were Jackie Sm1th Janrce Dav1s Pat Smrth Kathenne Florran and Sally Claggett The Reserve Squad conslsted of Mary Smrth Judy Mrlls Patsy O Brien and Merle Smrth The Junrors presented their play Creeprng Sha dows rn December The Chorus sang over Newark s radro statlon WCLT rn Aprrl They also took part in the Graduatton Exer clses Vemon Johnston and Jerry Helser were the repre Honor Society members were D1ck Baker Sue Bailey Katherrne Flonan and Shuley Winters They Joined our othermembers who were Janlce Davrs and Ray Jones Our Lrckmgana Staff Member was Mary Gut r1dge lnMay the semor play Cash and Carrle was pre sented and the year was ended for the senrors by the Junror Senror Banquet, Baccalaureate and Com mencement The Seruor class conslsted of thirteen members Sxnce the class was so small everyone worked together hke a family earnmg money for their trip rn the spnng to New York Washington and Atlantic City We feel that we have had a very suc cessful year We wish to extend to the semors rn the future the best of luck ln everything they undertake This page sponsored by the B 8s W Grill 1 ' n D - , . , . . - ' ' . . 1 . 4 I l I , . . 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