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©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS - THURSDAY, FERRUARY 3, 1972 PAGI T Mercuf THESE YOUNG LADIES will be crowned Paxton's Queen. The other two will be her attend- are: seated, Melissa Thorn, standing, left to right, and Corn Lee Miller. SENIORS OF THE WEEK, Roger Paul Sissy Nogar PAXTON ROLLS OVER 7TH RANKED ALLENTOWN ~/~ ~ Paxton's mighty BOBCATS T{~@.. I~.~ came back from Allentown last Saturday night, wearing a smile of victory, having soundly de- 6~,30 ~ ~. teated the 7th ranked Allen- town, 70-34. Allentown never I I really gave Paxton any troub- le. Earl Ashley was high scorer, BETA CLUB PRESENTS "CALAMITY JANE " "Calamity Jane", a comedy movie sponsored by the Beta Club, was shown to grades K- 12 in the school auditorium last Monday, January 24. Approx- imately 296 students attended the movie. Beta Club president, Ben Baldwin, commented, "The stu- sinking 22 points. Dennis Geo- hagan followed with 20. The B-team also added ano- ther victory to its record, de- feating Allentown 47-30. The score was tied at the end of the first half. The 'Cats held a 5 point lead at the end of the third quarter. The BOBCATS outscored Allentown in the last quarter and rolled on to vic- dents seemed to enjoy the mo- tory. vie." "In the future, we plan to have even better attendance," he added. February Calendar Of Events 4 - Homecoming - Paxton vs. Samson, 6:30 p.m. PaxtonGym. 5 - Paxton vs. Pensacola Aca- demy - There. 8 - Paxton vs. Freeport - There 11 - Paxton vs. Laurel Hill - Phillip Whittington bagged 17 points in this game. Paxton's record now stands at 17-2. BOBCATS DEFEAT POPLAR SPRINGS The Paxton BOBCATS once again delighted home-town fans last Friday night. They rolled to an easy victory over Pop- lar Springs in the Paxton Gym. Final score was 73-49. Paxton jumped out to an early lead and never lost it. Earl "The Pearl" Ashley led the BOBCATS with 25 points. The Poplar Spring's B-team Here gave the B-team BOBCATS 12 - Paxton vs. Walton - Here quite a fight. Paxton was lead- 18- Inservice Training Day- ing by 3 points at the end of Students Out the first quarter. Poplar 18 - Paxton vs. Samson- There 19 - Paxton vs. Allentown - Here Z4 - Eye Examinations for third and seventh grades 24,25,26 - Group Tourna- ments - Location to be announ- ced. Springs then edged ahead one point. The score was 21-20 at the half. The BOBCATS then put it all together the last half, outscoring Poplar Springs 29-20. They pushed on to win the game for Paxton 49-41. Paul Varnum lead the BOB- CATS JRS. with 13 points. Spring Training Starts Troy State University will be the earliest Alabama team to start spring football practice-- and probably one of the earliest in the nation -- when the Red Wave kicks off its annual drills Monday. January 31. Between 65 and 70 players were expected to show up for the first meeting, including 29 returning lettermen from the 1971 outfit that posted a 6-3 campaign and won a co-champ- ionship in the Gulf South in Con- terence. The early starting date is a precedent at Troy State. "We decided to move practice u~ because we haven't had any real carry-over value from having it late in the spring,'" head Coach Billy Atkins explained. "This year we want to first find out who the winners are and who can do the job. Then we'll have the time to evahiate all ol the personnel and better" prepare. I believe, for the re- gular season," he added. Another new wrinkle in this spring's plans is a consecu- tive practice schedule, a depar- ture from the usual routine of practicing two weeks, taking two weeks off for exams and then returning for two more weeks. The Red Wave will work straight through with the annual Red & White Intra-squad game winding things up on March 4. at 7:30 p.m. in Memorial Sta- dium. At present, the spring slate includes rough work at 2:30 pm, Mondays, Wednes- days and Fridays with a scrim- mage tentatively scheduled each Saturday morning at 9o'clock. Tuesdays and Thursdays will be devoted to weights and condi- tioning. Injuries and unexpected de- partures will throw new light on several positions as the drills get under way. The offensive teams has been hardest hit as four men will miss all work be- cause of injuries and another de- cided to drop football. Quarterback Ken McLain is recovering from a broken col- larbone while halfback Cliff Dunham, split end Jim. Per- kins and flanker Lewis Harden are recovering from knee in- juries. Guard Butch Jennings, a 1971 starter, will not return ior his senior season, along with All-American linehacker Greg Wright, who decided to forego his final year of eligibility for professional career. Twenty of the returning i~- .ermen were listed as starters at one time or another toward the end of last season -- II on offense and nine on the de- fensive unit. Offensive starters back are: receivers Mike Culbertsoa, Jesse Truax, Perkins aN Harden; tackles Jim DuBox and Greg McAliley;center Doll- nie Jones; quarterbacks McLai# and Harold Hogan; guard Ray Sellers; and halfback Dunbam. The eight defensive starters are: tackles Dennis Ander~ and Wade Brantley; linebackers John Kazmierczak and Steve Crenshaw; safeties Tony My- rick, Dwight Sliger, Terry Pee- ples; and cornerbacks Romaie Id. land and Johnny Cowart. Other returning lettermen oil hand will be: defensive eadl~l- vid Cobb, defensive back MlltOI Holiday. fullbacks Sidney Coop- er and Joe Farrer, half- back Johnny Grimes, and re- ceivers Bob Patterson, Linsey Plummer and Christ Tyra. My Neighbo "It's for you..." Doctor in the Kitchen" by Laurence M. Hursh, M.D. Consultant, National Dairy Council CELL DIVISION ROYCE DUKES, (32) of Florala, lays one up for the Saints of Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College. LBW took a 88-75 decision over George C. Wallace State Junior College of Selma, In a game played last Friday. Dukes, a 6-0 guard is one of the Saints leading scorers and key defensive players. Food Store Disqualified From Mitosis is a process that every- one is involved in - but few peo- ple know the word itself. Simply put, mitosis means cell diviison. And cell division is the way the human body renews itself - at the rate of some 3 billion cells each minute. The term mitosis was origin. ated in 1882 by the German ana- tomist Walther Flemming. He used it to describe the manner in which reproduction of the cell nucleus in plants and animals oc- curred. So what does this have to do with nutrition? The answer is, everything! Cells cannot form unless the necessary components, or nutrients, are at hand. So what you eat is vitally important. To keep your motor running. And and cereals - offers nourlMmmnt that you need. And tlmre I~1 some major differences batwmni the groups in what they offer |~ as there are overlaps and sLui. larities. But with the four food groups you'll have the av~'m~ working for you. No one recommend fl~at you try to liw on only one of the food grouim, as good a group as it is. You've got to have them all to be sure you're supplying Idl tlW parts needed for regularly I'~ newing your health. The Right Kind of Cal~ Another way of putting tim same thought involves dlst'u~q calories. You ask "Doesn't ~m'y. body know what calorilm Wre?" My answer is "yes" and "no". even more important, to keep it Calories are a measure of heat a' running well IICIIA rA^J ¢6,..**.~D ,, ^ .. ,, .. ,. • energy, Most people know tery. UJl~ll~ IVVINI JIMIII~ IIV~.IMlU h "NewYou" But then the trouble belL, re. ~1 stance. Figure it out for yourself. If many people th~ k. e.aUng Jm for it THE REVOLUTION - This band group will furnish music for Stafford's Store, a Clio. Ala grocery ma~not accept food all those cells are dividing thus simpw a matter o~ calories whim test. | the big Homecoming Dance February 4. grocery, has been dL qualified coupons • making a lot of 'new you "every in reality it is so important that ning n" h ~ ~" ' ' "-"'77".. ~raoger Paul is ann- Who's got spirit to spare? from thefederalfoodstamppro- An FNS regional oificial here minute of your life "the right you not only get calories but Umt ~o [~ed senior this week. Sissy Nogar, that's who! Picked gram for a year after bet ]g explained th;fl fo(d stamps, by parts are needed They must be you get calories from foods that ly hurt.J~ Very handsome young as an "Outstanding American Athletic Department To charged with selling meii- law, can be used only to buy on hand just as'the right parts alsooffer the essential nuti~entL J UaOgy/o~,nas brown hair and High School Student" last year, -- gible items for food coUp~ms, food, excluding certain inlpor- have to be available on the assem- Why is this importlnt? lll- resseanU. ~l~[eetbrown eyes.. He Sissy lives in,Paxton with her Sp omecomlng D the U. S. Department ot Ag- ted foods blylinein Detroit if a new auto- cause to maintain propt~r wellhL ::: ;i' and 4 Inches tall parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wood- onsor H ante riculture's Food and Nutrition Participatin~ t.od storesmobile is to be produced. With- each of US can consume*only im • ~ure S ~- indiVi~ In0 pounds. Roger ford Pridgeon. Service reports, agree in adwinc~, to abide by out wheels you won't roll. With- many calories per day. Thtm we n ~_ his parents Mr andSissy is an avid sports fan. Owned by Willie B. Sta~lord of the laws and regulations Any out sparkplugs, the motor won't are on a budget. And when yov mr resp E , " Coach Tom Pittman has an- lion' Ieatures a six piece group, Clio, the store was char~edwith store that breaks the ia~ or re- even cough, are on a budget it mean~ ~' Paul, in the Clear This year's cheerleading cap- nounced that following the home- including trumpet, guitars, selling ineligi e ' ~ulati ns -- ; ~ y ' ' ...... • bl items t,)t• o md m one ~ho Th~s xs why nutntlomsts keep must buy essentlals first And the useuse friC~jfr]c}°~raunityan, an eighthHegraderhaS a basketball.lain' she is always excited aboUtDuring football sea- DepartmentC°ming gamewiliPaxton'Sbe host aA'thletiCswing- Thomasdrums' andis band°rganleader.Mr" Glenn USDA food coupons, including pressures a store In do so -- urging you to choose daily from essentials are not just calofl~: so lne motto oil and w( n ( , in, ~ st the wide vamety of foods onered but calomes that are accompon~t'~ ev inter~l". beer. ga 1 , " ' ~ake s an ] ~n : ~: 'r~ he ' ! , , ' . . . ad and l~e and cleaning agents whole program es~ ,ti~ht.d to by the four food groups in plan- by nutrients suchas p~em, ;~,.andr,~li. burgundy are son she goes home and watches ing Homecoming Dance in the games on TV for hours. Sissy school lunchroom. The gay Admission price will be $1.00 The one-year disqualification co, bat hun~er at it ~ l (n. ning your meals. Each f.o~d group vitamins, mmera!s, and so,. to .rt~_ for gr ll~ C ' " ..... ' fr~rv ginr~, olors His fa- says that her favorite college music will be provided by a for each person. Dancing will .,~..,,~n. ....... ,v ,o'~ . ...... ~,. , ......... ,.~ ........ ).~,, -me meat group, ,ne mux group, Y ou'n aceompusn mm w~Jm ml )erty ]'"~¢ls are "' " vite'hes, t 0Yste, hamburgers, team is the University of Ala- tar-out group from DeFuniak continue until midnight. All The owner may apply for re- administrator, pointed out frmts and vegetables, and breads four food groups. Okay. .~ater ef~l;~ "s, andshrimp, bama. Anyone near Sissy at Springs, "The Revolutinn". The students, alumni, faculty, and instatement of the store in the ' ,, : ,, ,,,t Mercuq'uat"SonnhiS favoritec TV Sugar Bowl game time might group will play soul, hard, and parents of the Paxton Commun- food stamp program to take el- l ,'f-P-ro~O1 y and her." have a heard a loud "Roll"bubble" rock. The "Revolu- ity and area are invited. nd. pro,[, Roger is an avid Tide!" cry from her. fect at or after the end of the • " I indicate~[Udent. Basketball Sissy is one of Paxton's bu- ,, , , disqualification period. But un- ~ /i " 1 T'/'~ ~ ! e envir°~rigrac " ' 1 axpayers nsa e- ~,.re.'~aaggr. ~ c rag, stuck car siest seniors. She has verylit- 6RAD[ NIWS lab. for the. other. 6th..graders, til the store is reinstated, the eaf~r~:'~ ross country ra- tle spare time. She participates as a pan of the,r reamng pro- ~_~'s~C?e~,.~:°rcycles are some in a number of activities. These ~s-too ~.~-ci~Oger enjoys. The include Beta Club, Christian Children in Mrs. Rosemary gram. McHenry's kindergarten class Mrs. llean McDonald's fourth .-----J..~: ~co '49ers are nis Crusaders, and the PAXTONIAN are making Valentines to dec- graders have been divided into OWNERSHIP LOANS This c,,h,m,, (,f , ,,estions and answers on federal .~) Y,,u mu.~t ~il,..., F,.d- Ven~['-f~otballteam This news s ft. Sle alsc maintains orate t~eir bea~ 2 sect: ~n. ~Irs. Willon [a- AVAIL ,BLE 1 ,r ,,'al, • in(,)e l~x~; ,." ,,tu, n', • if .'xou ~[~ .d, that Roger is a highs aolast cavetageandre- board. Tie bull. rell wi ~ac ont se, lion ~ ~d' :~,,, singh and had ineonw of fan gularly nakes the Hono: Roll. created by Teacl, Mrs. } cl )n~ d w 11 t ach'ae WALTI)N COt ]TY $1,7,)0 ( m,,r,, last year ~chool Rogerlikes Sissy t tnsfer,ed to PH,(: at the Twinett,. 1horn other. ¢ ~ are ( '~*' '0 " v,t ure 6;, ,,r and look at girls, beginni ; of ler junior year, Farm ownershi loan ' '-"' • '" small ',al,.ntine Mr. i~ D vis' 5th Erad( r ..... . ...... ohler) Olif VoLI UI'*' ml|rrie~! avallanle in w2 on L JnlV • oi ed the ati( tal former allen ling F.oralaHigh the pict~r~. It is have b~ n ;tu~ ¢ing rac ions~ ad ..... At" 'rod you 'rodyour SlmUae [nrougn ~armers Home 1- ' • ' • ; ~r school and on School. While there she played Bouquet of Love". delving a lot into the field of c,,n~hincd meom,, is ~",::lm or ,.ral ine,)me lax Feturn if you lena ~(ee news staff. She also maintains orate their beautiful bulletin 2 sections. Mrs. Wildon Du- AVAILABLE IN ~ax ,,,atW,ls is i),',,xided I,v the local ~)flice of the U.S. :~,.,, singh, and had ineom,: of )rob : ~. d, that Roger is a high scholasticaverageand re- board. The bulletin board was rell will teach one section and ~o unnO Sfan [himroll I cxe,n,e Sevvice ,ut is pul,lished as a public $1,7,.) ,,v m,,,.,, last year t new Scho " gularly makes the Honor Roll. created by Teacher Aide. Mrs. Mrs. McDonald will teach the WALTON COUNTY • "' t--u ol Rogerlikes Sissy transferred to PHS at the Twinette Thorn She used aother. ¢ ? ]nmca nt ' Farm ownership loan~ are service I,t I;IXl)~l\ers. The column answers queslions (.~'_',::o. tr v,,u ure ,;5 ,,r - o~' '. and look at girls, beginning of her junior year, small valentine and enlargedMr. Jim Davis' 5th grader., available in Walton County most ['t'e, iueut(x asked [,v taxpayers.. ohlerl or ir v.u ar,, married .mZ~eppio~]].~'fterpr'';r'y JOinedschoolthe Nationaland on formerly attending FloralaHigh the picture. It is entitled. "h have been studying fractions and through Farmers Home hd- and you aud~ ~,y°urs .,sP°Uae'~, ,ira , ct,n~hin,.d me( I ' i." ,:'2,:' ( r School. While there she played Bouquet of Love". , delving a lot into the field of ministration office located at the ~' l~Oger sacks gro- the clarinet and oboe intheFlo- Mrs. Maddox's first grade has science. Q) ~Vhal b. the I)er~onal ex- deducti(,n through a r,,duction ram',, ($2.900 if ,me ~lmU.~" ia corner of North 9th Street and M¢~ local super market, rala Wildcat Band. Outside received new books from theli- Mr. Tom Pittman will be the Burdick Avenue (Glendale High- empt i,m for 1!)71 : m tax, \~m must Include th,, 67, or .Id,,r. $:LSlU, if I~oth -f )clearedpleasc'~Sked~llh what he would ol school, she works at the brary.They are working to new fifth and sixth grade social way), DeFuniak Springs. ,, , • r,fund as inc, me (,]~ v(,ur x.u are ~;5 o,' ,d,l,,rl. If you cleare~L~ on dollars, Ro- Florala Memoriai Hospital. She develop their reading skills, studies teacher. The children :~ ~ 1 h,, K,.~, .... nm ~t t ol 1971' l"e, era return n" th. :tr,, sclr-,,mplox,,d and hnd net ,cater. ~'l~u, "I'd buy a Cor- also attends the Paxton Baptist It is the policy o! FHA to IJTIim.r(*as,.d the a[[ox~ance . ...... ,.', .I':tlllillgS from splf-,,mploy- 'c cffic~ray a " Mrs.Peacock's classes are are excited about having assist eligible people in lindin~ . . (,met nan(L ~, you .m not ,~,,- ~se,~-vovou. i-. an'" nouse...and a Church.,, beginning a SRA Spelling lab-"Coach" as their socialstudies the credit needed tobeginfarm~ ii~ill~t]'~ i if{i:' iiiiii(ii'i !!'~'l'n d iil;iiiii~iiill i! (_'x"~Pt~On !!ito !!ii~t!{(:il}~ttl"i!i:~:!il,!ut!ii!stm!'imc°mv! tax, s!~m m,.m of .~to0 m' more° you ~,seY(,~.~L d a motorcycle.Sissy has already been accep- oratory with one section of the teacher, ) / l~a~*a'~t Pe D~tlSl lii*' a I,'ed,,r;d int, ome , the ca~ a,- eves are golf and ted at Oxford College, a divi- ,~t'i grade, and SRA Listening ing or to help finance farm Ol)- .-"~.,ll~ ,-t "stuck up " He sion of Emory University in At- erations. The agency can subor- ,~ , ta\ v,.tu,'n. dinate its mortgages to private ,' J?_.~/~S:utureplansi'nclude lanta, Georgia. After gradua- Q) ',,ill ,he II,.~ .~till li,u~ to_d_a:v:tl miUionaire" and tion from Paxton she will be II .... individuals, banks, and other ,. commercial tenders.or Federal ~' " ~; '" ;, .-• ; (~) Are all mvdieal vxpe ~,'.,t,s my ta\ for me? I~, I (h [)t11(1(11| " ~,YO~,os~'~Und the world, studying for a BS degree. She m ~ Land Banks when the other ten- ~ ' ' ' ' • deductible: nous s~;I\ n easy-going young hopes to further her education II ~ der's loans are for authorized .\~ If your son w s a ft 11.............. \) If v,,ur a,liust,'d gross may a~ Y~rson • may ~'~ i ahty He also and become a medical doctor. I!, loan purposes. The cooperative timestu(wnt regard ,*ss o' insu i,w(,me is $2,,,,)0o (,,' I,.ss and ,leasur , lOke ' ,. " ., t P, xcept ( ' Ile (' II u~hts. ~i s These quall- Imaginative, creative, andac- . , " . rant, I r ,m ~ u ms or~i v v~oungugnt. ~[~b h"]s good looks tire. These are just a few words I effort involves having the corn- ag~* 1(}~ ~om,. part ot each of thoseunveimbursed m,,,ti(al co,~sists ,,nl~ of u;~g,*.~ or sal. ~;_ ,him to go far in that could be used to describe ..... mercial credit source and Far- i~n)s .ihv,~ Iil~.()n~!~(~ (!r.)/,,1 or exp,ms, you paid that exe,','d 'ari,,s and l,p~, di~id,.n,ls, in- bafU Eel, s S°fU~ls r many friends Sissy Nogar. These fine traits, mars Home Administration * "" . ' " • " " three p ,rcent of v~ ur ~(_ t,'r,':q, pen~mns, and annuio :ivities. J ,.l~e best of every- combined with many others, make simultaneous loans to a th. ,.~l ~ ~b~ \~ar you(.an- - , " ~ies, flw IR.~ will he glad to . " ,'' }LIS[(~d gross nco ~e are ~ (,. manne~ W%ld has to offer, have helped to make Sissy the borrower, with the private len-c~a~,n rm~, as a (h')endent re- " ......... c(mHmt,, vt)[i|" lax ~tl your rl'- y proSl~ wonderful person that she is. der having first claim on the se- " ,uct~le. [n a,(ntmn, me ~cat 'social ~! We think she has theabilityas ~ ~]i:i~: gar, m,~s ,,t ~(,x,* much m,mev "' "'b' (nl quest, t l()xx,.v,.r, you mu,t :~i curity. _ , . " ex )crises are oeduetl le ) V ne tl~m~e provldeO\'on meet .,, .- . - ~ ' lak,* tht"st;ind;Ird d,.,hlvtillll' v • " lI VOU l[emlze VOUl" (loll u(.- ~.king'Be !~11'0''| well as the determination to. ...... : : madeFarmto ownershiPeligible applicantsl°ans canfinbe .... a, tn , ,th 'r (~(,twmh,ncv, tests, tmn.'.'s ~'*()u may "o'~ .... dutt on insiead of it~.mlzing \our de- , unimP"J[~..~ to achieve whatever she wants i t :i~r¢]u};iii~l~ ,)f l~i):tsh~:g,s oxet: halfof your medical i,,sur- ,hwtions. fill in certnin }ine~. • -------J~,9rE IN to do. Since Sissy has meant :~ : ~ , the purchase of farm land. farm : ,- ; ' *s n • tota, " . .. -and lil,, v, t ," r,.tu n h\" Aprll .................... ' :. development, including needed ' ancepremmms up to ~1;,0 Urafl~UI~NAMENT so much to Paxton she will be supporl, without regard to the three 17, to hay,, lh,' IRS 'du th," greatly missed. Someday she Q) I ,'ecei~ed a refund onI)ercent limitation with theliguring for w,u. B," .~ure to ~hthi~9~West Florida Tri- ' buildings, fencing, land clear- '~oe~l~he.erenee Tournament should make a fine physician. '~;"ing, land treatment, and refin- n Ill 0 ~ Ira,anti also deductfl)le sub ,be,~ca~i~!~l January 27 28, Wherever she goes she'll be ancing of debts when necessary Lv .7 .'tale income tax in ...... read th. instvuetiuns that 1'~ I I)o I h ~ o rt s ject to the thee pexcent ]ult ann I~'$'qlehe • ,, , Eligible applicants will have .7 . a e! repo thi." ' ' ' . ~ L come with the I"orm 1040 ll~ • emvfi~l~, m H~gh Scnooi. helping others. ~ 9 Pa:, ments foe medlclnes rs~.;~/~r~i~Peners with Free_ _ to be "dirt" farmers instead a.' "ncome on my 1,71 Federal ." " • to the lines that have to he :ulfill ~--~ ~'3028'N"~'~ntU~%r " P.m.The B-gameAt 7:30 Don ' t Forget posed farm must be recognized \'our medical expenses only to as a farm and not a rural re- .L~ ) YOU must inclmle in the extent the,," exceed "one Q) When will 1 get my W-~ ~ep~w'[~ ,arty squad willplay sidence, inc(mw for the, .v,,ar of r ,o, ipt percent of your adjusted form from my employer.'? I ally- ~l.,._ally ~eon. A n,~,~ h.¢ FO loans are made at a ~- that p~rt (,f ~hc refund ~hat gross income. This excess is can't file my income tax ¢~. fici~cY$'~thechee~leaders: Homecoming Is percent interest rate over a gavevouata×henefit inthe ,hen subject to the three per- turn without it. ire ....... bor~t~lde....~, Journey to Beth- long-term period, usually 40 earlier year. For example, it' cent limitation. A) Employers at',, required [~.,.~.-~-'-" ~ b. .Is who wish to MEMBERS OF MR. WAYNE WOOTEI~s 8th grade science years, which enables farmyou took a deduction for state to furnish their employt'ex ~I/k,.~ S Should purchase class are shown as they make s11des of leaf cells. Left to right~ families to obtain adequate into,he taxes oa your t970 Fed- Q) How much money can l Wages am| Tax Stateme~ta, Februery ,, Donald Peters, Gary L, owery, Dole Holloway, and Debra housing and becomesuccesstul eral income tax return and earn before ] have to file a Forms W-2, by Janu&ry 31, [Q any Paxton cheer_, Wllkerson. farmowners, reeAved the full benefit of the Federal income tax return.~ 19~2.