Nocona High School - Chief Yearbook (Nocona, TX)

 - Class of 1941

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U 'U " U The motive behind the "Chief-'4l" Staff was to reproduce a panaroma-a kaleidoscope-of the school events that characterize a season at N.H.S. . . . with all the thrills, joys and sorrows that are typical of any democratic, American high school. If this book has recalled one memory of school associations . . . from the most timid Freshman . . . to the most snooty Senior . . . or the most learned teacher, our purpose has been accomplished. gm mm Wx SQATQQN ya-AX ' 4. N0 5 1 To Mrs M H M1tchel1 counsellor cmd fmend of every student 1n the H1qh School whose hlqh 1d9CIlS 1nf1n1te pcztlence and fnendly c1tt1tude have been CI constant source of msplrcttlon and quxdance we humbly cmd respectfully ded1ccrteth1s book as cz token of our c1ffect1on Kip 92 :fu 0 h' " lv I Y 5 1 1 . 4, lf K 'Urn l .ff Q . Q:.wu:l A' . 3,-, g X l f I lx-l'AEl h - X .sq xx . 'flap . , KQ' nl F , . .' ' l ' 4 AX W . X' . . . , I I I . I I . I E 'QQQQLX mkSi The path of memory stretches before you undimmed by the inevitable figure of Time fr fm fa 2 3 ff xl Z Awmww mmm X XX? W J ST Nh P , UD1V6Tq1tV of leyas Sup't of Iocona Schools slnce 1906 ardent golfer and hunter his word to students H1 t1at1ve, honesty devotlon to duty SHIFFVR , Hlnnesot tate Te ch ers College SC19nt1f1C and geometrlc W1 ard Lurns m1d nlght o1l 1D the Cheml try l Junlor football coach IAUPII S UP S C teacher of typlng and bookleeplng spon sor of the Chlef '41 from Frlsco, Te a attract1vc and buslnesslile AVP TT IOHBARDO hea of the Engllsh depart ment llkes to carry on French conversation Sponsor of the 'Arrowhead dark h lred anl vivaclous e ponent of Chaucerian llterature PA'IIN OW P S H U teac es all I1stories 1n N V S tennls coach ama teur photographer dwbbles 1n Chemlstry STANCV CIARI Teacher of speech dlrector of ll N H speech activlties from Wichita Falls . . O T--IL L. ' .' V T . ... 44 non . ... : I 'M ' 1' . T, 2, 4.3 --B. . x 3. S 1 2. 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SC1GHCe, Math I and 'hy slcal EdUCat10H classes football coach arouses loyalty and the w1l1 to w1n 1n his aSSOC12teS from Gorman, Texas Un1VeTS1ty of Texas teacher of Commerclal subgects tall, dark and handsome also teaches C1v1cs basket oall coach SUSAN SCHMIDT hails from De Leon, Texas lnaugurated the girls gym Physical Education classes coach of volley ball teacher of English II every one's friend gr,duate of C B A degree to the faculty. Band instructor . organlzed the Orches- tra...nice-looking... B. S., N.T.S.T.C. -la- tit gf S I, Nc N, ,'-ing, 1 To The Students Of F U S You are a Joy and ln Spiration, the greatest pleasure 1n the llve of the you If you forget some of things we stud1ed, that nut matter 1n years to come but Jet s not forget the fundamentals of good cit1zenship for they w11l mean more in our l1ves Remember that it is go ing to take much grinding to develop a keen mind. faculty 1S he1p1ng the may E W. Macpherson BOARD OF BDUCQTIQN: R. E J. V Jack R. A. Neff To Fxe Student Of T S Tn this vorld truggle for the very 1lf9 of democracy you the stu dents Ol ocona lgh Wlll play no small part plug conv1nced th t your rlght prlvilege and llbertj re worthy of the gre t HCT1f1C6 th t you ma be called upon to make vou hnuld CODt1nUe wlth renewed vigor and deter mlnatlon the preparatlon of your m1nd body and oul for the nece sary and e dlllgent Vllllnf and hove ll Tlght ln the role a Jgned to ,ou by the dPmOCT2t1C world e t W1 he to each of you W J Stone , Storey lresident . Daugherty Secretary Foster W. C. Shellberg P. F. Lesh - VE S n J.F. .: H . 1 ., s g . A -- . - P r " .c TT TT - - il c -.. , .. . . . C n P,' ' n ' s 'Y P ' 9, . - ' ' a l n s ' ' s 0 ay 1 ' r. . 1 U S .. . u , f '.. ' C ' L ', ' j u , s . st f , f U important duties that lie ahead. 1 N v. f 7-7, . . l . , . I 'v ,1, . . 7 ' L 1 , ,. P, . I y,1 a . 'f , ' . assi, , - 4 P T7 T .., , . y ., . ' J 3 S .'s s . , . ' X 1 E . H-U .. , I, . . S fx, . '- - F . ! , ,. ' 1 EX A5 , V1 wg --M. , - ,wx ' ' 8 '9 in I 0, A Ea 1 P n B Q 1 'K 1 x v"1' - 1 fi -km 4 fx -Jp- x. no I Y .LK Q . - Tr, F NT 99 '3 F Y' , Q ,i. x X - fi 'ls ., I ft '1' ff .G l l 01, P v. V V V. A Fo Y ri ! obelt T Arnold lass precy ootb ll 4 years o captaln '45 'etball r ck etter known as lubber J i l good ffl natured w1tty fx N ZNl,f If x XL! Ha I I x.. Ray Driver Sec'y Treas Cool, calm and capable Band Wants to be a mor tician Nice looklng assuming Virginia Paker Shlnny Volleyball Speech Club Personality plus An all around girl Charlle Anderson Chlef Fd1tOT Arrowhead Speech Club Ylbrary Clu Debate 40 VerSat1le hotogr L er Deporter Campbell A111SOD Speech Club Chorus Intellectual Ingratlating personality Debate Likes football games Amos Pennett wand Irdent Scout enthusiast Friendly H1Ce to have around Betty Sue Brown Vivacious... 3 Hobby: keeping q scrapbooks ' ' M Business woman. x - Tall and stately... ITT 1CC pre ldent ootn ll star no capt 1D 40 lgh School F norlte r ck runner asaetb ll Pobert P rl Arnold Football T1terary nditor of Plrowhead Chemlstry Ass t Llkes to argue Clted for valedlctory honors Otls Clodgett Annual Staff Photographer Prodlgious... Band... Likes Chemistry 'Q - ... , fllug. .ia tin A F- N is 'V 1' A T a ... L +a' ' '40 7 ' j T F ... , "D " . . . get ,p T . " 9 , , , .. 3 f I ,S o. P ... - ,S - Km X f as - ' xxx - -f ! b dx lw fb ' . ' ' ... I ' QQTX y Quiet and un- Amateur N. Q . . . P711 . .K tl X , I rx A 5 iwylv X 1 ll I 'V G ,! 4 ' L 5 42. o S to - u .. 1 M 1 ' , H ' f . . J .. ig 7 I . .. ff! X f . I ' js! rf.. - ' . Y7 ' N 'll. 1 , Y D f Q ,X TQ H u H M, gi 4 X f ... ., 'Q ' 4 K .- x , kk if ' 2 'XAQ lf .1 1 ,. A f W , f S 5 !'7e'w' Q , . . y w ,l Dorothy Burnett Pep Squad... Home Ec Club History enthusiast Bonnie Fay Barnett Tep Squad... Studious... Collects Hgopher' matches... Sonnie Durham Basketball... 'cb' Baseball... ' Intelligent... f not heard... ,I ' Often seen but .N f ' . Anvil. L Lwuu.. W. H. Gilbert HSonnyH... Han about town... Football... Basketball Track... . X Millie Faye Collins Volley Ball.. Pep Squad... I ! U Countess Carmichael Chorus... Tolley Ball.. Arrowhead... Spelling... Pretty blonde Charlie Guinn Football... Writes poetry. Composes music Band... First year in N.H.S. 1 i A friend to all F' who know her... ' Energetic... 1 1. Xxx p X I Gran Clary 'ootball-- 4 yr. star... Track man... fthletic... l friend to all... .QFQAB ., S Y' :- ffks. n . A. Y, 1- S. A!-fi' '..'1 2. ' . an e Z3 W .. 1 X I' yt Laval Chatman New addition to N.H.S... Sparkling red hair... Nice person- ality... Bill Hearn Sports Editor of the Arrow- head... Tennis... Business Mgr. of Annual... Extemp. speaker... N W A I I K Ruby Ewin 8 We llke her for what she i small and unas SUm1Dg Strives for the best and deserves Betty Gllbert Volleyball Chorus Pianist Knits Nominee for Best Dressed girl in N H S Alluring v Wayne Duggan Chorus Speech Club The essence good humor Attractlve ffervecent 0 L Foy HUtChlHS Football asketball Speech Club Black halr adle man Peverly Frailev Beautiful blond Every SGDIOT class should have one Emotional Uoward Parker Muscular 'asy going Dark skin Wavy halr Interested speech An earnest worker Clara Goldsmith Volleyball capt. Arrowhead Staff Annual Staff Debate... Interested in art... Prominent in Dramatics.. iii ikxxhr Glamourous 7" 8315 111 Ootball SDITGS to enter the mlnl try ldes hor e back Q.. sllly Ross Bac! hon ootball Jlqp happy A robust personallty Alibiology major A he man Beta Jo Greer Petite...demure Shiny brown hair Considered quiet by those who do not know her.U Essence of femininity... Clyde Reynolds Football Hath Shark Ouiet Studlous 1? Weldon Lee Smlth Courteous Fr1endly Chlvalrous Upright 6 Y I' l K Joe Pollard Football Fasketball manager Tennls A s't Jr football coach J D Roberts Football Track A HPomeo From Montague Tex s Curly hair Jack Steadman Football Speech Club Sh.kes a mean soda... HCuteH... Civics class cutup... 7 Voncllle Level Blonde Shy pretty Declamatlon Romanticlst Sweet and sentimental Leta Jo Perry Drum Major of the band No 2 Nocona Beauty Queen of the Montague Co Fa1r '40 Chorus Speech Club Virpini Lee Johnson Speech Club S dram t1c actress KD1tS Arrowhead Annual Naomi Cerkins Volleyball Much llked Lustrous black hair Smiling Friendly Ruth Reed Volleyball A bus r1der Good natured We like her! Athletic... Xl X 71 XQM fljwi QIMMS ff .- 49 g..,. ' A ,M ' 5. 1-1.11. . no. 1 -j V V S ..: I V D. ... yx X, fbi Xa 'W' ., WZ qs. L '... A . ... x X Q -A ii F 4 LE ' -Q ii: .. 3- u xaa I. .aa N1 1 A W Q! -ss ... Kg Q X' if M A 5' U ... g?', Q ... . is SJ ' 3 xy 1. . L X I ' ... Z, X, 'gli V sg . X 9 soo - .ao katk ARA Hman" 1, f -D xX , F X it ,WAI ..Xi,.vJ J 'Z A W 'aug-5 K5 w f, X 'Ill' , 0 X X X 5 N 6 ff ' 1 .l ,I . F X ff' W X L, lox i ' 1 1 5 4 Y g'i g X HH! Elsa it WI' Eryce W.lker Library Ass' Quiet...Tall and blonde. 4-H Club... To be an air plane me- chanic Carolyn Vick Editor of Arrowhead.. Art Staff of HChief-'41V Star Tennis player... Hard working Valedictory candidate V Lloyd Thompson Football... Debate... One Pct Flnvh Aspiring athlete... Interested in Dramatics... X: x William Wardlow A gentleman with a high I. Q... Interested in all sciences. Vice-president Junior Class Bette Whiteaker Volleyball... Petite Bette has probably sold more football tickets than anyone in N.H.S. AW l Gaty Stump Small ingenue blonde... Studious... Home EC. Club Colleen Wallace Chorus... Tennis... Contender for beauty honors A good sport. Attractive personality. -'F June Stone Chorus... Torch singer Nocona's No. 3 Beauty... Destined for a marital career... JF' Ruby Fay Vice Pep Squad.. Rather in- tellectual 5 . A ue. fri - A' La Ruth Henderson A new recruit from Brecken ridge... Has a smile big enough to in clude all of us Home Ec. Club Always smiling Margaret Whiteaker Pep Squad... Attractive... 4- Friendly... Expert typist... One would be honored to have her as a friend Mary Jo Yancey Arrowhead... Redaheaded belle... Dramatic... Never deject- ed or dis- consolate... 1 Adrian Phillips 4-'A Football. . . '10 Studious. . . 3' ,X Likes Chemistry 3 N! R Talks a lot... Y. Ann Eastup Post-grad... Took commer- t cial work... , Has a job as secretary... Very much a ,, .A lady... -4 -5.1 A5 ' 'v .so, 'L ' . Zu S ' 4 ., Gertrude Gildersleeve Pttractive new student from Funkin Holler... Former sideshow freak... Likes Charlie Guinn...and vice versa . Theda Williams Volleyball... Twirler with band... Blonde and beautiful... Speech Club... Wilma Taylor Kew student... Drum Major, ex-Queen of Italy H. S... Very attractive Has gained many new friends... Gene Porter Post-grad... Takes Speech, Chemistry and Algebra II... Plays tuba in band... Miss Sapp Sponsor of Senior Class Mr. T. R. F3 Shifter Sponsor of ' Senior Class f'N5 f'N K glmfuflll. 'S J, SE fs 'S I i LT '45 l I S I .9 :KR .1 af . ,., -, I " N r iff 4 is Q' Q 6 55,9 v . I' . 07. I 3 I s. ,z f-'f'r'r 32:5 'l ,f 95 A .Q ki :.,. X wx! in IKEA .5 .xt-N ' L 5. ,,, ,., cb ilill BQ lim!! 4 , q f f. 6, xx . f, . I Y. f .Xi ,nakjfi 13 yn . ,Qfp . Jf'g x 5-dam "4- I X QQ. .P ' 19 .I if is rw G1 '1 f 110 ldvm W CK T ltr H mire S cvnt f 111 UO! D01 C X LL011 1 Gfucva J Own - 1 H1 J111 oc F 1 c c Bnnvlv Crvn Hx J T JDO xvvf Jlrum f C1114 1'1 Q L. bvc Fnw er IC GVH Fladof DP 'ln Lator 211110 Gene Inwwer 'Tu Har T"ra': ler Pudre-y Mae Slaffle Gloria Kirl David Gregor k I I Ann LACCOO B111 Yu! 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Age' Sam Crain--Backfield position...Co captain of the 1941 Ind1ans,..a plunging ball carrier,..the team's leading scorer. nTallyH has gone far in ' the direction of his illustrious brother's record. Bob Shropshire- Back...HSwivelfHipsH shows the signal for 3 back posts... coscaptain of the '41 Indians... expert passer...good blocker Dalton Benton--A bruising, blocking Back... splendid ball carrier...has another year of eligihi1lty..,his competitive spirit and rowdy nature makes him an especially valuable team man. Oran Clary- Back...a 4 year letterman...expert place kicker...does most of the team's punting...excels at long kickoffs... alternates between left and right halfback positions. Deskin Waters- End...sterllng defensive and offensive man...his specialities: pass snagging and covering punts. Tom Witt- Hnd.,.a football Hdark horseu who showed his ability as a fireball pass snagger and tackler...great things are expected of him in his two remaining years of eligibility. J. D. Roberts--End...the HSkylarkH of the squad...outstanding offensive and defensive alternate left and right end...hardNcharging lineman and punt blocker. Alvin Beasley-eEnd...accurate and adept blocker and tackler...has one more remaining year of eligibility. C. W. Russell- Tackle...NChina RoyN...tough competitor for right tackle position ...heavy lineman... Cecil Bay Crenshaw-eTackle...HSassyH...nutural ability at comprending :nd discerning football manuevers...competitive, yet amiable. Char. 0 1 1 Tfpable tackle who filled his position well in every game. Hrlan Uhillips Tnckle...Fast, aggressive, and FD ospecially vicious twckler. applied his hone crushing trc. tics to every opponent that hrceU him. Charlie served only one year in I. T, S., but has left a mark that will be remembered, Clyde 'eynolds- left Guard .,Showed perhaps more persistence than anyone on the team. , true sportsman 8 ' who always came hack fighting X win, lose, or draw. Tu? StricklanU- GunrV,..a husky 175 pounder... UStrychnin0U...keeps up the tear 'Q spirit I W Jack Steadmanu Guard,..Little but loud..,When tackling awards are given, Jack will figure prominently.,.and does in every department... T. Swearington .Alternate left guard and right half this year... Truising hlocker...Will probably cop many all district honors before he fades out of the high school athletic picture. Lloyd Thompson Right half back...UGravelU showed lygi ....iWUg great enthusiasm...H1s athletic hHg. chores were well done. -gif Wm! ."e Robert Earl Arnold- Guard. . .Equally at home from 4 . .H " the classrooms to the gridiron. - . Persevering left guard... ' ' -1' - M ,gil V 'J ' I J ith an Q - 1 'lun 1' 4- 4f5 , 5 C y' 5 . Billy Ross laclahon. Centerm-NRoxien...terrific line backer...h1s chief delight is to massacre the opposition... M, and to maintain a fighting spirit 21 for the Indians. 'N Douglas Bentons-Center...a leg injury prevented his playing most of the season, but proved himself an asset to the team. ,- .A.w,u.l.x!. W ,5x,,,T. e ' EEUU' Ni! la' sl 's -H , x. .fx .J I., S- M QMMT3 4 ' fx '54- Oran Spears Bob Shropshire Coach Captain Qu Frou left to right Back Row Front Row Q1 1' gf. X Joe center, Cecil Bay Crenshaw center, Oran Spears Coach, Robert Earl Arnold guard, Roy Hutchins guard R Pollard Manager, Tom Witt forward, Alvin Beasley eece Alexander guard Billy Martin guard, Bob Shron shire Captain Cforwards, Jack Steadman guard, J T Svearington forward, James Smith guard Not pictured Deskin laters. A'l L4 , sag , 5' H 3 J A "h' 1, 4. if ' If S A33 'N .A ' p I ' ,5. '? :::Q aj -, . 5, u i ' '-' I . Y ' 4 I C , ix ' A I 4, . ao- :rm g Ji 2 I .P 1 4 A. , lf 1- f -e Q.. ,, . 'Y Ov I Li sk V 4 .' . . ,-ri? 1 '-M UQ , ' 3 .. hk, 3 s . x WLM? QAM .tp fy 'ww' 4' ,W -,VN 3' uf' i2.'.s3NI -.. "FN: E. dvi Vmgmw mx' V ,f MU,,. wmv , ,Pune -V V ,wt -m . fi? 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I V ' , , - :- 1 - II "' lf: " . Q A - - , .41 f H-ff ' I I O I I U I P O I ' ?MYSiCM E 1 I ,. -4 4 51' , o 7 4. ' I 1 43, ik 1 ? Q' ' ' ' 1 WQFI' '- A hu I J 7 Q X '41 I v J 4 ff .JBQQ ,g -1,15 P W. , bib x. 1 , if ,F My A. 0 F Q L v 6 v. lil , , t agp- , it' ,, V S ' 1 ,i -L . T 1 V - s, V 1 S I V I A' as hi 'v ' 1-11-Q,'h cf , 1411 H' - 21 - -an U, in TIPS. Q 52 'Ka' S Charlie Anderson-Editor laurine Sapp-Sponsor B111 Hearn-Bus. Manager Oran Spears-Sponsor Thompson Virginia Johnson David Gregory Elene Wood J Svearington Betty Peterson . I. 8h1f!er-- Janes Eastup Doris Driver Peggy Peterson Campbell Allison-- Photographer Typist. ART STAFF 'Qu E7 'fee in clan aomnun ' cuo1yn vick ' menu-4 runes Miss Annette Lombardo--Sponsor Carolyn Vickm-Editor-in-Chief 5 The "Arrowhead", published weel-:ly by the 33 6 the students of N, H. S. in the Nocona News, is one of the most popular extra- :PF curricular activities to be found here. It reveals what the students of this v school see, think, and feel. It has been the motive of the staff to produce a paper that is both informative and amusing without sacrificing good taste ., and correct literary style. ' v , . 'I' -fi, Q x M QPU Q' ff I 5 Qs. Back Row, left to right: lary Jo Yancey-Reporter, Betty Peterson-Sophomore Reporter, Virginia Lee Johnson-Literary Editor, Elene Wood-Junior Reporter, Tillums Yancey-Freshman Reporter. Front Row, left to right: Annette Lombardo-Faculty Sponsor, B111 Hearn-Sports Editor, Carolyn Vick-Editor-in-Chief, Charlie Anderson-Senior Reporter, Clara Goldsmith-Reporter. Jo Lou Redman Robert Duggan llllllll Jane Peterson N5 Q. Q J D Davis Director Peggy Lou Davis Pres of P Club Q1 ' ershel Penfro Dolly hite Frankie Marti Patsy Ruth Y D Eornoeck Arvilla Bobby Elkins L8.Wl'eIlCe Garrard N Co rtd Lee lation Amos June Douglas Joan Arnold Benton Bennett Cor Benton fnderson C7 Ann lbCoo1 Jllly Cu lin Doris Rose Carlton Willard David Driver Hornbeck Hutchins Carmichael 'Q I - Q "' ith ia A-A X D W Q - 1 X . ' - 1 . oand . . K' .V - s . . 'G A. X C. 'N x f ! Q A ZQ IL' - Aid I D 1, , ' 1 H ' is I-D . rl Q X" 'T 0 1 I -1 ,4 J ' 2 , 5 5 13 llcsi fvx ' iii s D - f D D' n . 43 'Q' f ,J - 'P - 1' S.. ., NM-D, ' A X V l VF,,X xg., sz K N el ' Peggy Dinald Rice Paul Dodgin Jack P tterson Janevgy Kutting Jessup fs IMI I -'x ' Otis fatty Jean David Charlie sGene Dlodgett Yillirms Gregory Guinn ' Porter ffl 1. Tnpsy Roberson ' i..-.-nv-an 9-lj-n-1 Yi Theda Williams Majorette obey PFW sw 58+ w . L DRM M MAME -Ak .., is I My vw ' , . N Leta Jo Perry .QQQT Peggy Sue Hilliard Majorette i-7 4 at Bob Shropshire T. R. Shiffer Robert Earl Arnold .Assistant Head of Science Department Assistant This year for the first time in the , history of N.H.S. a part of the photography " JI ' was turned over to the Science department. Aside from this, the addition of considerable new equipment and increase ,, in the enrollment has aided in the general ' improvement of the whole Science dep't. Chemistry was packed with students good and bad--the latter eliminated them- selves until it became almost safe to step in the lab during class experimentae tion. ' il, j Biology, like chemistry was packed Bio. Study?? but contained fewer thrills and fewer N0scarH dangers to life and limb. As one student Us ' as . stated, HWe actually see things as they are Y- 71 as well as getting it out of books." He was referring, of course, to the development of the embryo, being studied i.4' in incubating eggs. Supply Shelf Headouarters ix' Fl """' I Clnlistry "Lab" The Assistants' Desk? Experiment L. igellli, Gi gi? aig iis DEBATE Left: ME5 Campbell Allison Jimmy Curlin Right: Douglas Benton Peggy Peterson Circle: Miss Constance Clarks Coach nnd Director of Speech Activities. Virginia Hutchins Johnson ONE ACT PLAY Robert L99 C. W. Russell Arnold -, 63' ,..,., x ld Billy Ross Hcuahon Clara Goldsmith Betty Gilbert 41 . I 555 Mig Wg Ei QM 20995 10 lo1yJ 1 ar"- S ii' S Wa W, W., Mg 0-4. I K vp Nw 'CD 4931? WW FM S -1 " . 'S' Q X ?ask-ef K A Y V 4 wierd 'P YKQGIQY, Q. fi Q , 1 ' 51 ' ffx f W 1 ii ' f ' ","" 4 f - Zig! H Z! Aff! in f . N f? 'N -v TX , ,I V- My!!! K 'A , 'Q . ,pf aff? Y: mg A D N ,9 Q i kg ' xr J . -9 f 'X I , ff' T., - ff' XA A if J - f7": FC V 7 I f Y 14 M , g . ' '?'?-'wif X Q, wx A Q ' ' 'l ,. X. 1 , I A f X Q' "5 x 1' Af' 7 "W 'Y f H b A AN iff, ,',. Z4 . . X x .nga f 5 X-T5 Al Q f V ,., 'f xx .z QMENQEQE ,H Otis Blodgett Leta Jo Perry 5 vc- O P' 8: CDH- D-'Ui 'QM Q-rf C+ 'QF gm E no H-D-f .-on D-'fb U1 U! CDU! mn: 4 23 49 CDB' '1 wo D-'H W na. 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