The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 40, No. 75, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 29, 1931 Page: 3 of 6
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1931.
THE EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
Miss Witcher, Delegate,
Kor the program, following
dinner and business, at the meet-
ing of the Business and Profes
sional women in their club rooms
Tuesday evening. Miss Rose
Witcher, delegate to the stats
convention at Enid last Friday
and Saturday, gave a splendid re-
port of the meeting.
Dinner was .served at 6:30
o’clock, after which a business
cession was held and officers
elected for the coming year. Those
chosen to head the club for an-
other year are as follows:
Miss Aurelia Beck, president.
Miss Dorothea French, first
Mrs. Carl Lyons, second vice-
Mrs. Ruth Way, recording sec-
Miss iva Taylor, corresponding
Mrs. John Garrett, treasurer.
Miss Harvoy Thompson was ac-
cepted into the club by transfer
from the Sweetwater, Tex,, or-
ganization, while three new mem-
bers, Mrs. C. W. Ruckinan. of
Concho, Mrs. Florence Fugate and
Miss Mable Minard, were voted
Plans were .made for the last of
a series of benefit bridge parties
to be given by the dub, which
will lie held Thursday evening.
Only progressive auction will
be played at the final party and
six favors will be awarded, a
first high, second high and con-
solation to both the lady and men
Hostesses and sponsors for the
event will be announced later.
» • •
LEISURE HOI It CM It
The postponed meeting of the
Leisure Hour dub was enjoyed
Tuesday afternoon In the home
of Mrs. Sum Wallace, 218 North
Guests entertained other than
club members were Mrs. Lula
Forrest, Mrs. Harry Bradley and
Mrs. R. W. Tlioni.
In a clever contest Mrs. For-
rest received the guest prize and
Mrs. Chauncey Hall was the
fortunate contestant among the
dab members to receive a dainty
The “mystery package" went to
Mrs. J. P. Creasey. The remaind-
er of the afternoon was spent in-
Before adjournment to meet
Friday afternoon, May 8, with
Mrs. J. W. Braley, .'p(i2 South
Macomb avenue. Miss Isla Samuel-
son assisted the hostess in serv-
ing luscious refreshments.
• * •
Mu Gamma Chi Club. Hostess,
Mrs. Uwrence Chappell, west of
Talk A Bit Club. Hostess, Mrs.
James M. Blair, 1106 South
Rajah Club. Hostess. Miss Mild-
red Neeley, who will entertain
at a picnic.
Episcopal Guild. Regular meet-
ing at the Parish house.
Tres Mesa Bridge Club. Hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cox, 414 East
<1. A. It. Indies. Birthday cov-
ered dish luncheon with the W.
R. C. and old Comrades at I. 0.
O. F. hall.
W. R. C. Covered Dish lunch-
< on at I. o. 0. F. hall honoring
birthday anniversaries of mem-
bers and Comrade Nichols.
Pastime Bridge Club. Hostess,
Mrs. Glen C. Davis, .'.11 South
Friday Bridge Club. Hostesses,
Mrs. Roy Noblitt, 405 North Rock
island avenue and Mrs. H. E
Golden Needle Sewing Club.
Hostess, Mrs. Bob McNew. 517
South Reno avenue.
KU Rare Night Club. Hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lewis, 30
South Roberts avenue.
Kil Kare Klub Is Given
Lovely May Day Party
A lovely May day party of this
"eek was that given Tuesday af-
ternoon by Mrs. Walter C.
Kolsehowsky at the Liebmann
apartments, when she was host-
ess to the Kil Kare Klub.
Bridge was the form of enter-
tainment and substitute hands In
the games were held by Mrs. L.
•’ I-ove and Mrs. R. A. Bruce,
while a new member, Mrs. L. M.
Tucker, was welcomed at this
Hints of May day with the bas-
ket note predominating, were
seen in the games, while the
dainty lunch was served at the
close of the afternoon In May-
A profusion of spring flowers
adorned the rooms and lent theP
sweet fragrance to the pleasure
of the players.
Mrs. John W. Lock ridge re-
ceived the club prize for high
score and the guest prize went to
Th>* club will meet in two
weeks at the home of Mrs. L. L.
Parks, 816 South Ellison ave-
A group of friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Will McCray gathered
their home at 1211 West London
street, Saturday evening and on
’ertalned with a surprise tacky
Those to enjoy the informal
evening were Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Walker and daughter, Miss El
len, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Thomas-
ton and daughter, Miss Velda.
Mr. and Mrs. IxsRoy Smith and
son. Buddy, Mr. und Mrs. Walter
McCnnless and son, Lloyd, Mr.
and Mrs. William Butts and son
Kendall, Mrs. Ituchol Ridenour,
Misses Violet and Esther Castle,
Ed. Cooksey, Carmen, Mildred
and Buck Butts, all of Banuer.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Walker
Mrs. Roy Hall and daughter. Miss
Cerelda, J. W. Walker, Aldridge
ninv ..ini and Viola Keith, Miss Florence
lltl’.S Mlvs.t BRIDGE CM It
Harris, Miss Juanita Hayworth
The Tres Mesa Bridge club land BUI Thrallklll.
will he entertained Thursday eve-1 At a late hour the group on-
uing by Mr. und Mrs. Otis Cox, . Joyed a delicious Ice course at
IH East Russell street. | j local drug store.
BIRTHDAY 1)1 \\ Kit
Honoring the eighty-sixth birth-
day anniversary of Gtorge D.
L’urge Ills wife and daughter,
Miss Adah, entertained Tuesday
ut a well appointed 12 o'clock
(lluuer in their home, south of
Covers were laid for Mrs. It. A.
Troxel, of Sayre, Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse M. Burge, the honorec and
Molts upon holts of the new-
est prints for Spring and
Summer Frocks are greatly
reduced In price over 1930
prices. All colors—all pat-
36 In. Percale ....... 10c
Johneton Print* . _____15c
Quadriga Print* .......19c
$,In all the newest colors
of 40 in. pure silk crepe
Whether it be a Printed Frock you want
lor dress or stunning silks for evening
Frocks you’ll find your patterns and ma-
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W. C. T. U. Meeting Held
At The P. A. Smith Home
The W. C. T. U. met Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. P. A. Smith,
215 North Rock Island avenue,
with a good attendance.
A brief business session was
held, during which a report on
the rummage sale, held last week,
was given and $17 was added to
The group decided to send their
paper, “Union Signal”, to six
local ministers during the next
Mrs. J. E. McConnell was in
charge of the lesson following
the business session and opened
the program with a solo, “What
A Friend We Have In Jesus.”
She was accompanied at the
piano by Mrs. Jake Leske.
Mrs. R. F. Jones led the de-
votional service, which Mrs. Mc-
Connell gave a splendid talk.
Then she and Mrs. C. R. Miller
sang as a duet, “It Is There To
Stay.” Mrs. Leske was at the
Talk, “Why Every Christian
Should Belong to the W. C. T.
U.”, Mrs. Frank Kraft, who prov-
ed most Interesting.
The ladies sang “Work For
Enforcement Where You Are"
and Mrs. Miller concluded the
program with a 20 minute parlia-
The Union will meet May It
with Mrs. P. C. Canon, 311 North
* * *
DELTA KAPI'A gamma
An unusually pleasant affair
and novel idea for the Delta Kap-
pa Gamma club members was the
pajama party at which Miss Eve-
Ijn Waggoner entertained Tues-
day evening In her home at 217
North Hoff avenue.
Mrs. Claire Portwood and Miss
Erdeal Barnett were extra guests
to add fresh Interest to the fort-
nightly meeting of the group.
Bridge was the diversion of the
evening, in which Mrs. Everett
MeCulley received the favor for
high score and Miss Beatrice Ke
naga the second high award for
the club and Mrs. Portwood was
l resented the guest prize.
After the games Miss Barnett
assisted the hostess in serving a
The meeting in two wcks will
be enjoyed with Miss Martha Lee
Basinger, 11314 South Bickford
e * «
T. K. It. ru n
Mrs. R. S. Hour, of Oklahoma
City, was an additional guest to
meet with the T. E. R. club in
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Whitlock, 624 South Hadd'U
avenue, Tuesday evening.
Bridge was the diversion of
the evening, in which Ford Ells-
worth made high score. Spring
flowers were used about the
looniH and springtime apimint-
ments were revealed in the games
to make it a lovely party.
At the close of the evening
Mrs. Ellsworth assisted Mrs
Whitlock in serving a dainty two
The meeting in u fortnight will
he with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Dozier, 417 North Choctaw ave-
* • *
G. A. It.-W. It. e.
The Ladies of the <1. A. R.
Circle and members of (lie Relief
Corps will hold an all day meet-
ing and covered dish luncheon
Friday in the I. O. <). F. hall
In observance of the May biith-
days in both organizations.
Comrade Nichols will celebrate
with the group und nil old Com-
rades are Invited to enjoy the
courtesy, while members of the
women's organizations arc urged
lo ho present.
• • •
Ml GAMMA CHI
Tito Mu (lamina Chi club will
be entertained at a 7 o'clock
dinner Thursday evening In (ho
Lome of Mrs. latwrence Chappell,
west of the city, and all mem-
bers are urged to lie present.
DIET AND HEALTH
Artificial Food Safe
If Properly Handled
By LOGAN CLENDEN1NG, M. D.
THE SCIENCE of artificial feed-
ing of infants has made such rapid
progress In the past two decades
that it can con-
| tidently be as-
serted that any
I baby can be
raised now on
the bottle. It Is
not so easy on
the baby as
and there has
not yet appeared
any baby special-
ist who says he
can prepare a
for a human
baby than moth-
er's milk. But a
comparison of bottle-fed and milk-
fed babies shows the bottle feeders
to be in very satisfactory condition.
Provided the bottle feeding Is con-
ducted under good and hygienic sur-
roundings, say the doctors who have
conducted the test. The conditions
favorable to artificial feeding are:
U) an equable climate conducive to
the keeping of milk unspoiled with-
out even lee or mechanical refrigera-
tion, and without the depressing ef-
fects of heat and cold; (2) reliable,
pure milk; (3) frequent medical
supervision of feeding and care;
(4) and the routine administration at
the proper ages of necessary dietary
accessories, such as cod liver oil,
orange juice and green vegetables.
In addition thcro Is always demanded
fresh air and sun baths, and a large
proportion of the babies studied had
plenty of sun baths.
Such conditions can be duplicated
In most American communities. The
climate factor Is tho only one which
might cause any question.
The results of the study show that
mother’s milk Is the ideal food for
tho baby for the first three months.
In some cases it continues to be for
some months more. But these were
not the majority of the cases. This land "The Care otYhe'uair amlSkla-
is a surprising statement, consider-
ing that we have always supposed
that breast feeding should continue
for six months or more, and was
always certainly best for that period.
When suitable conditions for good
bottle feeding are present, however,
the observers state (and that feature
of suitable conditions Is to be em-
phasized) and when the baby is fall-
ing to show good and rapid progress,
there need not be the slightest hesi-
tancy after tho third month In ad-
So far as weight alone Is concerned,
the breast-fed babies showed a better
mean gain during the first three
months of their lives. The bottle-fed
babies gained more weight than the
breast-fed babies after the first three
months, and this superiority was
greater and greater for each suc-
Tho question of infection was also
studied—the number of colds, etc.,
the babies had. Those figures are
not significant so far as I can see.
The breast-fed babies had more in-
fections In the first, third and fourth
quarter-year periods. The bottle-fed
babies had more infections in tho
second three-month period.
In the usual story of some Utopia
of the future, a visitor Is shown great
nurseries of babies, all being artifi-
cially fed and reared In a standard-
ized, scientific, mechanical way.
Children specialists, tho flower of
tho medical profession today, are
naturally conservative. They do not
encourage such news. But evidently
they are on tho verge of making It
County Delegates to
tend at Chickasha
A garden judging school will
he held at Chickasha Friday. May
15, for the home demonstration
clubs of this district, it was learn-
Ther’ were 200 present a»
Sunday School and $6.03 collec
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tolbert
and daughter, l.esta of liarnevs-
' ll.lo, Okla., and Clifford Tolbert
of Pauls Valley, wore Wednesday
night guests of their sister, Mrs.
Ralph Royse and Mr. Royse.
Mrs. Will Schumacher visited
at the Henry Schumacher home
Misses Cecil aud Audell Smith
visited at the Ray Shultz home
Mrs. J. W. Every visited with
EDITOR’S NOTE: Six pamphlets
by Dr. Clendcning can now bo ob-
tained by sending 10 cents in coin for
each and a self-addressed, stamped
envelope, to Dr. Logan Clendcning,
in care of this paper, or Central Prcs3
Association, 1430 East Twelfth street,
Cleveland, O. The pamphlets are:
"Indigestion and Constipation,” "Re-
ducing and Gaining," "Infant Feed-
ing,” "Instructions for the Treatment
of Diabetes," "Feminine Hygiene"
FIB 0. L EIGKOR
Mrs. Harry Morris, of Cltick-
nsha, delightfully entertained
Tuesday Players this week in tile
home of her mother, Mrs. John
W. Laird, 513 South Bickford
A trio of additional guests. I
Mrs. W. G. Burks, Mrs. J. I,.
Ainsworth and Mrs. W. P. Mur- j c.. . .. . ,,
I’hy, played substitute hands in ] DuniCS (iUlit
the games of contract. •
Blue ragged Robins and ferns
were used in profusion about the
rooms to make a lovely setting
for the afternoon's games.
Mrs. Richard B. Cobbs receiv-
ed the club prize for high score;
while the guest favor was pres-
ented Mrs. Murphy.
Following the games tile host-
ess was assisted by Mrs. Laird,
Mrs. Chas. A. Mason and Mrs.
Earl R. Woodhouse in serving a
The meeting next Tuesday will
be in the evening when Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Adams, 415 South
Evans avenue, will eniurtam at
a Y o'clock dinner-bridge for the
Players und their husbands.
I'M MC PARTY
The permuiul development class
of Pool's school enjoyed a pic
nlc party Tuesday evening at Tall
Elm Park, east of town.
The affulr was enjoyed by
• • •
Mrs. Earl P. Hotts, 1106 Hun-
set Drive, had as her luncheon
guests Tuesday Mrs. Eddie Keck
and Mrs. C. J. Northrup, of Ok-
* * *
F. U. N. CH ||
An all day meeting was enjoy-
ed Tuesday by nieiulers of Hie
F. U. N. club at Hie home gf
Mrs. Jack Ferguson, 1200 East
A covered dish lutieliron was
njoyod at noon, violets wore
used to decorate the dining tahl<
and were seen about Hie rooms.
Mrs. M, (i. Kidd was an addi-
tional guest to enjoy the affair
with tho dub members.
The dub will lie entertained In
fortnight by Mr*. Harvey Roy.
holds, 206 North Donald ave-
* • *
Mrs. Richard Walker and Mrs.
Thompson Gilbert will entertain
a 7 o'clock dinner-bridge
Thursday evening in the homo of
Mrs. A. C. (lilbert, lots South
General Henry (\ Whitehead, of
business III Ft. Reno Wednesday.' ,|,n \ ciiIuk.
Honoring the birthday anni-
versary of Mrs. Ray Whltacre.
301 North Macomb avenue, her
daughters, Mrs. Earl Penwright
und the Misses Ellen und Fran-
ces Whltacre, enlertuiued at o
surprise dinner Tuesday evening.
A lovely birthday cake adorn-
ed with the appropriate number
of tiny pink candles centered the
dining table where covers wore
laid for the honoree and her im-
mediate family, her father, A. H.
Burns, and lion Wheeler.
A pink und white color note
was carried out In all the ap-
point menis. Tilt- evening wus
* * ♦
CHAPTER M. I'. K. O.
A lovely luncheon of Tuesday
was that given by Mrs. T. J.
Chambers, 812 South Barker ave-
nue, asslsti-d by Mrs. It. C. Rice,
who were joint hostesses lo
Chapter M, I'. E. O,
Eighteen memhers and on •
guest, Mrs. C. C. MeLeeso, of
Davenport, Nebr.. were seated ut
the dining table and two quar-
let boards for the well appoint-
ed four course luncheon.
A large bouquet of tulips and
vcrhcnlHK whs used on the long
table, while 111'- smaller ones were "
ecnlcred with crystal baskets of
I hi* h looms.
Mrs. W. E, Fryherger was In
charge of the afternoon's program
on "Sculptors and Famous Monu-
ments". She was assisted by Mrs.
II. L. Fogg and other mem hern
of III'- chapter.
The Chapter will hold a moth-
er's day party In two wi-cks at
the home of Mrs. II. It. Hector,
82(1 South Bickford avenue.
* * *
WOMAN'S Cl l/rt RE <*1,1'It
The Woman's Culture club will
meet Friday afternoon In tho
home of Mrs, O. 8. Cox at 1723
West I'ark. Oklahoma City.
7 (>'( 1,4)1 K DINNER
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. West and
Mr, and Mrs. (thus. F. Mowers en-
joyed 7 o'clock dinner Tuesday
evening With Judge and Mrs. W,
K, Bleak more at the Aberdeen
apartments, Oklahoma City.
Mr mid Mrs. George C. IMley
and Mr. and Mrs. Lae Sloiieman
Bond of $5,000 was set tor O.
L. Eichor Wednesday when lie
pleaded not guilty in couuty
court to charges of larceny of an
auto. Preliminary hearing was
set for Saturday.
Mr. Eichor was captured Mon
day by two citizens, E. C. Carl-
son and Lloyd Anderson. He Is
charged with tho theft of W. H.
Zimmerman's auto, which was re-
covered by Mr. Carlson and Mr.
Anderson after u heated ebaa?
of several miles.
Theodore Wilson, negro, was
toond over lo district court fol-
lowing a preliminary lustring in
justice court on charges of driv-
ing un auto while Intoxicated.
MAY DAY BREAM AST
Several interesting parties ur.j
being planned for Friday morn-
ing when the Episcopal Guild will
serve a May day breakfast at the
Among those who have un-
i-ounced their guest list are Mrs.
E. G. Harrison, who will enter
tain a party or twelve honoring
Mrs. O. A. Shuttee, who recently
returned from Los Angeles, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Uephart will
have as their guests employees
ot the El Reno state bank and
Mrs. J. A. Johnson; Miss Kalb-
trine Untie has invited her toach-
trs to tline with her.
Others to make reservations ure
Mrs, James T. Riley, Mrs. W. K.
Fryherger, Miss Ruth Studloy
(|id Mrs. Harry llammack.
Many more parties are being
I la lined, while Individuals and
llie public in general Is Invited to
enjoy the affair.
Mrs. A. L. Greene, Mrs. Alton
Duffy, Mrs. E, It. Vote aud Mrs.
T. W. Maher were Oklahoma City
This district Is composed ofl Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dillingham
eight counties—Oklahoma, Cana-
dian, Caddo, Comanche, Cotton,
Jefferson, Stephen and Grady.
Representatives from each county
have been requested.
Five delegates from Canadian
county will he necessary, Miss
Harvey Thompson, local home
demonstration agent, said. Two
of these will act us judges for
the Home Garden contest in which
a number of women are par-
Anyone who is interested in at-
tending the school, which will he
in El Reno Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest l^ihsclicre
and daught r spent Friday at the
Will Schumacher home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Beecham
Had as Sunday dinner guests.
Miss Jewel King, Mr. Marion
Broderson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Hunt, of El Reno.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Smith and
daughters, Cecil and Audel, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Deck
Davison In Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mortal and
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Leibs-
supervised by D. C. Mooring, gar- (’here and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
den specialist, extension depart ] Alb i t Broderson and son, Her-
ment of the Oklahoma A. ami M. j man and Miss Maggie
college, Stillwater, are asked to -------—
get in touch with Miss Thompson! >— --
about making arrangements a»d|f
for further information.
Mr. und Mrs. Rulph Royse and
Sunday dinner guests at the
Wesley Parker home were Audell
Smith and John Every. Afternoon
visitors were Mr. Fr«d Beecham
and family of El Reno, Misses
Jessie Every and Viola Heffron.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Barnes of
El Reno, spent Wednesday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Every and
family were Sunday dinner guost3
ot Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bruce.
Miss Cecil Smith spent the
first of the week with her sis-
ter, Mrs. Chester Lamb and Mr.
Lamb in Anadarko.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dun
can s|M>iit Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. Mary Peterson and Mr. Bra-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clovis
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. Jake Scugrlst.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Shultz and
daughters, were Sunday dinner
kuesls at the Will Schumacher
Rev. and Mrs. Miller and chil-
dren were Sunday afternoon visi-
tors at the Fr«d Heckes home.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Schumacher
called at the J. W. Every home
on Monday evening.
Phone CluNsifieds to IN
Stray Dojjs Are Being
El Reno police are still kllllnir
stray dogs, Chief Laird said
Several days ago, following th ■
killing of a dog apparently mad,
a warning wus issued to people to
keep their dogs at home, and the
police renewed their drive against j
The chief ugain pointed out
that it is a matter of public
safety not lo take chances with
dogs. The case at Duncan where
20 school children were bitten by
a crazed animal is cited.
New and Reconditioned
Typewriter Dept., Phone 280
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson II. Kelso,
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Naylon,
Luther C. Gadberry and Mr. and
Mrs. J. Paul Loosen and Mr. ami
Mrs. Frank A. McCarthy, of
Okurche, expect to attend (lie
spring dance given by tho mem-
bers of the University club at
Spring Luke Thursday evening.
Ode Lockhart, of Weleetka, and
Joe Cecil, of Paden, were busi-
ness visitors here Tuesday.
J.C. PENNEY CO.
O E P A R T M
117-119 So. Bickford
El Reno, Okla.
of Plain and
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days... short sleeves and sleeve-
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frilly trimmings. Dresses for
sportswear, for the street, for
traveling, for afternoon and eve-
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of each type at this pricel
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PHYSICAL STttENqTH, COURAGE AMD
Copyright, 1931. by Central Pr«M Auoclntlen. I**.
WHAT president or preaidenta
of the United Htntca were unmur-
.1 hmen Buchanan waa tho only
president who waa not married.
How many gnllona of maple anp
are required to make ouu gallon of
Tlie proportion of augur In maple
»np varied from year to year, wllh
llm ago of tlio ticca, and even
within the anmi> aenimit. Th» aver-
age yield la one gallon of ayrup to
every barrel (32 gallon*) of anp.
Hnmellmaa ua high na Ml gailona of
nap nr* required to mnko one gal-
Iom ot ayrup.
la Hie roan or tho goldenrod III*
national llowcr ot the United
No fiowei baa been officially
adopted ua (lie emblem of tld*
country. The goldenrod and the
columbine, however, have been rec-
ommended for ihla honor.
Where ore the Bud Lands, and
what Is (he area ot tbs r*|ton thus
Th* Usd Land* is s nains applied
In vsrloue arid regions In ths '
The Big Bad Lundi
kola are about I,DO
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