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........ Jborn in Harpers Ferry on Nov. LOCAL ~be one of those well known sup-) dl~ 4 A THURSDAY APRIL l athe Iar Andre laarann a C'u Hmn' ; "'z"ei*h" will be given next week. It will( lff SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN... y w u g pers for $1.00 which are served[ II]m) .--~x . __ ..,. __ U, I~1~1~ it" Iffl~hn I liklh a~l I|/11~ and Mary Merriman Cummings. twice a year. l T-BI IlJ [~ir'[ ~Jl i-l"~[~ [ ~,[~u BUL~[A~ survivors are his wife, Mrs. Vir- Mrs Reid L Geronimo who was w T R Farm Women's Club Meets Mesdames Elwood " ES VI GINIA'S OLOEST NEWSPAPER " Llo d "wi her Robert .............................. ginia Mitchell Cummings and one captain of the Red Cross Drive I --"A ............ The Summit Point Farm Tom- y ~ s , , By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2]92 son Gary Cummings at the late for Bolivar has reported that her ,.,, ,-.~= .u,-,~. w. vA. en's Club met on Thursday even- W. Drish, Owen .Swi~ home; one daughter Mrs. Joan workers collected$125.70 and I ' ~._ .+ +,.. ~ ..... ~ ~.o ~.~.,i~ row Drlsh and Miss 1~( ,,,s a~ .,c .v.,= v. ,,,,~. ,,,=,, ,, attended a meeting oz .... Pope of Bolivar and three grand- Mrs. Wdham Harris, captain of BEST MEDIUM OF ADVERTISING "~ .-. ....... , ..... ' - Davey wltn fourteen oi tne mere- en s vtissionary union New Shop To Open April 22 22. children; his mother of near Roa-pored collecting $ 7.05. thetHarpers FerrY6Drzve has re ~uORRoR~CH~%G ~::A:UFYotNRGLORWE~.HO~ j~F~tORNS COUNTY AND AL~. bers in attendance. The meeting Three of the Shenand~ The Art Department of Har- Death of Harry F. Cummings 'noke, Va. and one brother Ger- hers Ferrv District Womans Club Harry Franklin Cummings, 51, auld Cummings of Roanoke, Va. ~ ........ ~" ....... ] " was opened with Devotions led iation which was held " .. " well known resident of Bolivar, The deceased was owner and ~p- I ~.sa.. ~..--mon ~n,-~ ~ -- by Miss Shirley Macoughtry after day at tlae Baptist Chul wm open a Shop to be known as W. Va. died suddenly at his home i erator of Cross Road Tavern at ~ _ _ _ - I ,tu, uay,~x~,, ~,u,JtJu~_ which Mrs, Robert Light present town. The theme for tl The Camp Hill Shop and locat- on Friday about 1 o'clock p. m. !the foot of Alstadt's Hill on Rt. | d[~[~ I~BII~A! | I " ~ ed a very interesting lesson en- was "The Vision Splen, ed on, Cliff Street near John after being very much indisposed 340 near Bolivar. He and his wife | ~ V ~ll~| I I~_l | [ A D I~ I r titled "Let's Extend West Virgin- was presented by Mrs | l~l~-m ]~ 11~ | [ /4 [ r L L J ia's Hospitality". At it's conclus- the group leader Fol) Brown s Fort. Hand made and for several weeks and under phy operated a Grocery Business in I | ~kr" # llw(JMl'~'g', i !on the minutes of'the last meet- morning session a del hand painted ceremics and cere- sicians care, but he was not bed- ,Bolivar for several years. Grad- mic green ware, made by mem- fast and had driven his car on luating from Harpers Ferry Dis-I-- I Within the next few days the surrounding countryside mg were read and approved and key luncheon was se~ " i " l" : a report was made by the treasur- ladies of the Leetown bers will be on sale. The Shop Thursday. His death was a shock i trict High School the deceased Obsterlcal [ will be as prett as t ever ~s and be rove us, that is sa~ er A number f items f ......... will be opened on Saturday, April to his family and friends. He was will be remembered as an out. ' i a lo s 1 blo om tim ar .... ' " o o ousmess[ Mr. ann ~virs. r~ooerr~ D~ standing High School Athlete.Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold[ ng._ t-s-a" a.pp e_ ~ ss . e rzves.,. ongsters nave were discussed after which the guests on Saturday evel , ~-'~"~'-~'~"-~'-'~'~',~'~'-~-~,~',,~'~~~~~ I Recitation of Rosary was said I L. Caster Knoxville, a boy Dennis I written. )t, photographers nave mttere t ~nemse~ves meeting was adjourned. During home of Mr and Mrs. ' ~ " ' " I . .... man _ho .ere '~ Iffhl~q~ I~I~IIIP ILl ~PIIP qPI~P ~[on Sunday at 11:15 ocloek a. m. Scott on April 12 by oefieving they eoum eaten it with a runs, newspapers the social hour which followed w w entert r I I K / II K I V P, I N / IN I~ II / K P t~ lat the Ea~kles Funeral Chapel Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry ~ have tried to descrzbe pageants have trzed to capture it. the group l~articipated in two members of the Rippon / V I| / m( II I I I1~ I i~ / II I~ J,I / II h t~ I where the body rested arid erom C. Hockman, Shenandoah June- I But only those who live in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, quizzes one of which dealt with dred Club at their home t, o I where the funeral was held oil I t!na boy Gordon McKay on Ap-lor those who visit it at the appropriate season, can really towns m West Virgima which port. . HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. S lMonday morning at ~v.~v ~ ~,,~c,~ c~ll3.. ..... ] know what it is like. Even if a Divine Providence had bear very unusual names and the i Mr. and Mrs. Howard l t~ O wzth the Rev John C Ryan Bur On Route 340--2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W: Va. liail was made" in St t;eters Cem Wil 'r I lv il[e ana' lrSLinaa n kn I ordained that the apple should be a bitter fruit it would other .with Thomas Jefferson turned home on Monda 1 .' "~ ~ " "'~' ~ ..,..~- ~,.,~.,,.,,,~. ;~, +~,~ ~,~,~- ,,,~,.,, ~-~,~ ,,,~o,,~.,,~oo,~ ~,,+,, ~.~ WhOse ~irmuay iell on ula~ uate ~rom ~utley, N J. wner~ ~, ~ltery, Bolivar. " on April 14. I m,o ~,~],,~o ,,.o,,~_ ;~,,%~ ore" ............. ~ ......... z "" and delicious refreshments were, spent the past several 0 I( THURS., FRI., SAT. APRIL 20, 21, and 22 .~l The annual Home and Garden Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth [ anoapp e ree^.m" am : .... .. xr., ....~ ...... served by the hostess assisted by ling with the formerS Kimberly Jean April 14. I blessea wl~n me oeau~y oz blossom t~rrle. A zew mourns t~lTur will take place on Saturday L. Turner, r reuerick, Md. a girl ] _. ~u~ ~u.v~ue?t.e ,~ yvut,;y o,e~u u.~. ~,,,~ ~.,y ,~x~ ,~ her daughter Miss Kay Davey. i Mrs. Nathan Fellers. . ![ ,,wmm m^ land Sunday. April 22 and 23. Tic Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jr. [ from now we shall be blessed with the harvest of a rich .. ..... , ........ ' '~i"" ~r~ ets e ai II AI R U tll/I;tll;lll;ll. ~nl/ltl0 ~ I k may b obt ned from mem- ~.10*[~t[~ 01rrrm~ ~ ~t~n~'n~l 'd~[~l~l~ ~'[~[~Jl~ ~ J bers of the local Garden Dept. Frye, Frederick, Md. a boy Roy I delicious fruit that is without peer anywhere else in the I e I e ' I I I u I~ rrtatnl ~ I:AlJllI~II~I. :~/~l ,,,v~_~,~^ t~[ MraSarlA~e.,ne Cameron is a patient Kevin April la. I'world. ' I r I: U r L r ~ 3 U r r L I :~ @ o in Ch les Town General Hospit- -BrntMr:andMrs'-Dnald-L'l Notwithstanding all this, the apple industry is not _- - - $1 LLO al where she has been quite ill. I totuemyer, yity a_girl April [ without its troubles." It takes an optimist to be an or- I ...liBra I I I ~ Ii,~B J | orn to anu mrs James ..... i th ~JShe is now showing much im']r,.mh.rt it.n.lr anrli u )chard st. To begin w th, years from the tme of e I Wi::IKM n=iWili] I UiKriAI a I~~~:~U~VI~I -)provement and was removed to B--- +. .. ..n .... n /mztlal investment until the first crop zs reahzed. And ...... i 1| I=I=IA I[.lll ]~ 1~~~~7"* ~t the Winchester, Va. Memorial l .... l ven when an orchard has finally reached the first years ] jHospital on Monday for further .o.,..., "o [ maturity" there .always the annual battle against" th ~t lllooservation and treatment. HerBorn to Mr and Mrs Harold L ~f -, I e ~~~ "'7- ~[daughter Miss Kay Cameron, a Hetzen a boy'on April "19 "[ Aements. A chilling frost, an unseasonably cold night, can I ... . . . . t xr, oitr ,u ata nurseltn the winchester I 3urglcal " [mdo years of patient work. Yet the orchardists have re-i -on Mrs Ida J Hardy, Ha ers Fer haiRed a strangely independent lot They are practically l (NEW IN CARTON 8 }ry; Mrs. Frances M. armiek. }- he last survivors of the Old Front'ier, that rugged group I , -- o, A Town and will be with her in Win ..... chester. [Brunswick, Md.; Master Morris P. I )f individualists who seek no subsidies or help against the ... gll Pl[ I:l:l:l gD i~V lr/ILl/liCit ILLI/LII~ " " " f# a][ .,. --SHOWN AT 8"15. ONLY-- oSIYol urn'" Ra"uy ]Breden, Master Lantz O. Young.] .errible chances with which they live night and day every [I ; t n~,~o ~( At Gospel Chapel, Harpers FerIMr" John W. Seal, Ranson; Little[ ~eason. One cannot help but admire this courage. One I 1 It . crAg'o-r-. lry April 21st and 22nd Services IMedica,Timthy R. Burr, City. I cannot help but hope that it will be rewarded.w r wzthoutIf the appleov I ... ,,,,.,,,,/'HICK . . . _ _: . lat 7:45 each night Rev. Richard l ........ [industry is willing to go it alone, as it e e, " g - I J Patam0unt Pilum ~lBowers a former pastor from)M~s:'N~nn~el~eY.~. ance' ttansn;I ernment assistance of the sort either asked for or deemed m r~ fleming, Shenan m~t~ X l York, Pa. special speaker. All l daah .lunotl,n" Mi~ Tilli~n IT" [ necessary by other industries, including certain other phases I PF IAI_.. ] lages welcome to attend these ser-) us'ter: d a ep aerds o n;' rs"Lou) ;f agriculture, then we say more power to them. We say m -- ~~ Pil vices. " .... "'" I 8 ][] A roast chicken supper will be/ise Lewis, Halltown; Mr Thomas l ?urther: so long as they do not seek help let them be free I hkll Y I 'll'I l Ikl l|I l,raR R ~i t~lserved at the Ebeneezer Method-1J" Lackey, City; Mr. James W. ~ o operate w thout unnecessary interference or regulatmn. I urn/ I:Ll:t,11111, IRt, UDAIUK . ~ i ist Church in nearby Loudoun ] Graves, Shenandoah Junction; Mr. J .... I t~ t~l County, Va. on Saturday, AprilI Edward H. T. Crowder, South ! Charleston Mrs Edna J Gra ' .OCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND CLOSE OUT PAINT t~ ~ -=---: -=- -:- ~[29 beginning at 4:00. Full details~ ; Y I I I I it~ [City; Penwe]l,Mr" Georgei.~town.._S. Cogle, Har-I ~, II I~ t L tl I'III~ t I lI 'I' i I .... ~ ] pers Ferry; Mrs. Martha A. Drish/ % II M M I / II I / I I $4 IIII 11511 i Summit Point; Mrs. Lewis V. An / ~ v m'm i-m u v i [ ~I~.VV V~II. I dernsr rRansn; M .Danriel T w r.] By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 I I (INSIDE) IP RIIIIf/ I0 F0t W )I ID IIN0 ~ Ill 1~~/~ ~tOut Patien~ ........ ]4-HPublic Meeting . taking part in this were Mary Ly- i IRl:D APPIIAMrP ._.L i [ | Kolb, Martinsburg; Richard Par- " ..................... z .... " " " Wnn ( Jeffrey2 mnols, ratrlcza U. / ... e. o. Inn Childs Deborah Cheshire, v,.,.-M., 4 H Club held it s annual public Dzckm Chflds and Anny , l Shenandoah Junction; Morris [ meeting at the school on Monday lunuas" At ~t S cone us.. . .... .............. ,~ I SHOWN AT 7:00 AND 10".'15 t~l~ IiI~~~ ~ )adls, Brunswick; James Graves,] - I .......... lion the I ELECTRIC STOVES Bre d n speaker ~or me evening, ~vtr ~en i%1_~ ' .~. I e e , Ranson; Jeffrey Sagle,]evening, April 3rd with quite al , . : , I EJU'[I~I'U l)l~l-l~/fl~Hl2Jl~ =:~ PLEASE NOTE:--During the Engagement of II I E ea n sv e neth Metz of Charles Town WhO [ K r ey ill ; Lantz Young, Ran- [ few visitors in attendance. The [ ............ I O 'OTa OA'VOI : PSYCHO at This Theatre, ABSOLUTELY NO ONE [.. )son; Ralph D. Meadow, Arlington; ) meeting began with a covered I a memoer or.me tate ueg s at I ............ ............ S will be permitted to enter, Once Psycho has started. .~ "~ ":~~'-" ~ ]Janet Stoneburner, Burkittsville;[dish supper in the school lunch[ure spoge.to ~ne group .on me i ............. 2 ...... " .... ~ Voliaters Will Be Shot On Sight. IEdward Crowder, Charleston; I room at 6:00 o'clock At 7:30 the[governmentoI west vJrglma-sup I-lAVE "I'HI l)Ut'U I .... ~/ ~t~, .~ ~. :~ ~ R41':STFR: s I Luise Hugh Ransn meeting was called t rder bY Imztte'a Y t~egmnala ~tt' c!u m ~ra l~o,p No ~oi~q~,v~ SUN., THRU. WED. APRIL 23 to 26 P [ ~ [smgmg West V]rgna ys I I " " " " i i Bo and reporter ....... --" ..... "~'* / I - )Girls" which was led by Deborah I Ent~rtalns At Luncheon I t !! C t T ~~' Abou rson [ VAIII~ d~AllIII~I~ [Cheshire,,A Devotional, a poemI Complimenting Mrs. Horatio .... I .IIIIK I.IIIIFiI, [entitled ITookMySoulfora[ChsaofMarlton, N.J. whospent, 4k. [ --~' ~" "" " I Walk One Day' was read by Mary Ilast week visiting at the home of " j [a ---tmml mmt at. /Lynn Childs and was followed bylher son-in-law and daughter the I I |41"N/ [ I'II/IIMN Ithe 4-H Pledge and the Lords]Reverend and Mrs. Arthur Kerr I [ IptULII/ ~1 bVLUIrIll [Prayer. land their family Mrs. Jack Kin- [ -..,..,,, ,-vv,, . / BY J. E. SAVILLE ) The roll was called and the min I che!oe entertainedseveral friends I I DAILYGRADED AND KEPT REFRI / COUNTY AGENT I utes of the last meeting wereI at mncneon on "~n, urs(~ay a,tter- I .......... :---~ ][ ' S[ [ [read by Wallis Anne Snyder and[noon, tiuests in a uition to Mrs. [ I KA'J'ED. FROM OUR EGG FACTOI " ][ PLUS'- S. CLOPPER, jR-[. ...... [the treasurer, Mollie Glassford re[Chase and Mrs. Kerr were Mrs. " /Feeder Pig Sale [ported a balance of $172 inb the [Phiall~aCmr?~ngid~IdwaMfS. James I I v:*tO;'7;$?~ '-t-~~D~Yq ~(a..u .u ..u. ) The third W Va Demonstrat-]treasury. ~evera, items o~ usi-I Y. ~,,-,,.., ~,,.,.,,-, . ............ .~ -- lllsurance, and Real Sstate /tonal Feeder Pig Sai'e will be held I ness were discussed including J Mrs. Kate Gracey returned xur .uvt xu o [May 16th at 7"00 P M E S T I Plans to clean up all trash along [home on. Thurs~lay afternooh_ ! ROOltl'il ...... ...... ~i|~[120CharlesE"WashingtOnTown, W. Streetva. [ ~ne~'~h~us~l~l"h~l~wlll"be'~er~ [ will|+~.... tf~ ." Ti,t ~+~'Ir ~,t-o+' | the roadsbe donein Summiton AprilPoint'22nd ThiSand ~Peent:hetrm lvmrunsourg wnerep)sthWe?ro~Sjtringl:sne had Fa m[ U r L , mm U r r L I ~' [ " e a[ the club will be assisted by the " " 1 ed for sale. The p~gs will b v c- . WHERE O ], NC l cinated with modified virus andlSouth Jefferson Rurltan Club In I and sister Mr and Mrs Arthur Y U BUY WITH CONFID Telephone 216 ! PLEASE NOTE :--Admissions : $1.00 for driver i[ ------ t serum prior to the sale. Vaccin-]dispOsing of the .trash which, is Bender. " . ' ------~, and ear; 25c for each passenger. Children Under ~ =~, tmFtl~'-I~lmm~t~, lation certificates will be issued totcuectea. A commerce w~m ~nar ................ : ............................................................... ~ ................................................... ~............................ ~.~~.~:: ~ years i~ :X 12 FREE. ~[~/~~II~II~ll~ 1 .... ~'-"r" Pi"~ "":" b^ "raa^aln Smallwd, Jane tieu Jonn r!:--:::~FI~::I: i !:i : i: !i!'::!::~i;: :.i::~:~:::~!)~.: ~i~,~ii:2.?::!!:i~!~!~::!::~:;::i:i:+~)i~i:~:~ n and Harry Laycock as mem- ;i ' ' ' lntt uniform lots according to age, Y ~: ....... :::::::< ........ : ....... : ..... :,.: :,, : ,~:::::: :: :. -: :::~::~ ) A s~e'cial pure-'bred'swine sale[the details and to assign areas to~~i:i~ii::i;i:i:}~::~:::i:;:::~~ ....... ~~: = m ~ ~ ~~:. :~ ~ .... I II I , I [will follow the Feeder Pig sale. J va.rious groups as their responsib ~~~ ~ ~~~ii HFW~~~ ~Vl~ WE'[ h " EHD The sale is sponsored by W. Va [iliw" unaer, new, Dusmes,s zany t~tn. ~~| ~~" ~~~ll~ll ff W University Agriculture Extension lwas set as the any ot me annual =- -:=:: i Service, West Virzinia Depart-I drive m c011ec newspapers and _--- _: 1 i U $ P [ c i h L $ merit of Agriculture and North.]ma.gazlnes.[ The program opened ~!~ ::il/::::::i!ii I erR West Virginia Federation of lWit mree a emo.nstrauonsoz pro ::tiii iiii:: IILII ULIIli FFA I]ect worK. warns Anne ~nyaer :i;~-~=:::- - _--'/~~~I~~- 1 Garlic and Milk Igave a demonstration on making ~ ~--- ,--.-~ -=-- -]~ -Gar-lic-an'd-m--ilk are tw " a dress. Louise Shull on the cor C" :.:: ......... " ' -- o things ....................................... ............ that do not mix Dairymen are[feet way to sew on a button and .. ___l 3 SHELF METAL , warned to do every thing possib-]Cheryl..Stark~y onthie prop rlWoaY ~~ @ :- - :- - ; ~~1 With Electric Outlet NEWBERRY 27 x 54 "PINEWOOD" NEWBERRY le to keep the odor oul~ of the [~o set me e. rn s w_ }o . - I " =- = = :: milk. Garlic free milk is a good[ea Dy a program .on west,.vlrgm: !~=- _ ........ I ~ .... ":'J~ UTILil - TABLE STRAW RU6 77c way to keep on good terms with/ia ann me zlzty rive cunues anathe~icinspectorfreemilkmilkplant,andisthemilkalsocustOmer.goOdhauler,fOrmilkGar.lthe | ] ~l 11 ~i i 1 " ~~I I ~~~~:~:/ ~< :~:l i l~~ ] - l~~~~ 1 I I~1 ~ ~-]:: ~ ] :~ "11[ dairymen's pocketbook. Turned[ - _-- = =-- -- : down milk is money lost. | I - I - = i l Regular $3.98 SPECIAL Regular $1.00 VALUE Get those cows in off grass far[ l~ll[B~l~ I m ! i ==-- - i l enough ahead of milking time to [ 1 ii ;ll_ id' __l I Ill 1 i/ = - = = ill allow the. garlic flavor, to disap-/ == - II[lllI IIkIJIIlI I : - = : Ill 60"x22"xll" ALL METAL ' pear. It ,s money m your pocket./ - - - - = : = -il WHITE ENAMEL 4 SHELF NEWBERRY Alfalfa Weevil [ , _. ! _ ! ) _------=|ll UTILITY CABII :T ~1 9'~ Personskepaskingaboutalfal-| ,,v.,,.'.a_s..,,u....._vv ..... ....... .... /Blkl l [ ,. :. I - -Jl fa weevil control and if there is| 1 Ill I 11 [] I 1 bl I[ IM Lll : - !l a new material to u~ this year.] Ll, m. v,,,, I I [] [,g ll [] Iii I II IkIk r ll --_ : .... iI ( The only material recommended[ II IgII [] I I is Malathion at the rate of 1~| , -- _ i _ - - [ = - - l l to 2 pints per acre. [ We'v got just th~ fight Hbm- - - j .... i Time of application is when[ ow~rs"Packa~PoScy"foryour ~.--'-'~~~ about one-half of the ptaat~ show/ needs~ It combines the broad , ........ some damage. [ prop~ty coverages--fire, ih(ft, Pontiac s Catalinal Trophy V.8 Power. ~~1 ] -- REGULAR $15.98 VALUE AppLy" th tL alionsoo owater/ Flability that you should have for Wide-Track balance. Nothing handles i SATIN BLACK ~ ..........l.,,,.a .......... z.,'~.', well-,,u,,aeaJ ,,rotoction Best ot ~.r~~ : - AIR CIRCULATING at~reo~ ~fty d grreeSrOrsabOVe d / aU:you' , bVudget all this pro- like it, hustles like it. No car anywhere - - . YP P Y "| tction by the month just as you . , , . .-. ~] ~,~'~ AUI"O SEAT NEWBERR$: WROUGILT IRON NEWBERRY : riga erres ototorSn. = t t p [ li:: near Ks pr,ce)s anywhere near tt urtve ; USHIOH 37 $,0z66 The f o Cuny 4-H in-I/ ~ ' o, earldyouIIhav, o,edelivered wkselsforsure-foot~ldrivlngstabilitp'" " ' " er" wearers assembled at the home of[ Bo~ywidthtrimmedtoreouces~aeov,,.~. I ~r C ~EC( RD RAC Efleen, Betty, Fanny, Jack and ' hang. More weight batanced between m Regular $2.98 VALUE Holds Phonograph. SPECIAL ing, Thursday night. / ~ ~n~o~,~l. . . _. _ ' ; Dickie Brown, president of the |~v~~~' ~ ~ J _ ~ "~ J _ I group presided. ' ,in,. The group voted to hold scrap/ II11, tP I"',t " I paper eoliection April 13th. Mon-[ F J. Lfl LL L)I %.JI.AL/ III. U *, , CREDIT---. ' Just Say ey raised from this and previous/ paper collections is being used to[ ~'~"~.~/~ ~ SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER LAY-A-WAY -- CASH "Charge It" pay for record player and public[--~~m address system. This equipment[ , ' ~ ~ I~ i ',I~ I~ ~ I tl ~ is used for 4-H Camp and other[ ~ , ~,,~ ~ [|| || |J K K ~ ~. | N L, , 4-H activities. In the past eight/ I~llr01~l~lllsllt~l~ ~ ~VF , ,w.. -~m -.~. monthSover 20,000the lbsgrup has collected u, .wreo, emie ...... ;,aanSr ' / 117 SOU IH GEORGE STREET CHARLES TOWN, W : of / ! I