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Canandaigua, New York
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Thursday, January 15, 1948
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N, Y., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1948 PAGE SEVEN by Ham Fisher fOE ?ALOOKA -NOTHING...NOTHIN 1 "VLIGSEN...THERE'S SOMETHIN I PIDNT TELL HIM BEFORE, ) SQUIRR'LY ABOUT )A . .YA GOT NO CLASS... MARVIN LIKES CUSS...WHY DON'T CHA WISE UP...WE'RE THRU WHY X HAVENT DU IN...IN WEEKS.. I ...I. WHAT DID YA TELL DERI r £· IT'S WE. HONEY... £ MARVIN. I WANTA. yES.'-.WHOISIT? ...OH DARLING... I THOt YOU DIDN'T ORE. Classified Advertising must be received in the office of The Daily Messenger before 3:00 p. m. lo insure publication next clay. Stop orders m»-:t be received by § p. m. Cred' 1 - ..ill not be allowed for errors in advertisements unless reported before 10 a. m. on the day following first publication. Identity of advertisers using box numbers for "blind ad" replies cannot be revealed. Please do not ask for this information. Advertisers will be required to pay postage when, necessary to forward any "'·!ind ad" replies by mail. The right is reserved to edit or reject any advertising copy. RATES-- 15c per line charged, I2c per line cash or if paid within 10 days after first insertion. 3 consecutive insertions, I3c per line (.hailed, ICc per line cash. O t h f r long term rales on request. Phon6 897 for Ad Taker AHNOUHCEMEHT» tgiilai Female Help Wanted 12 WANTED--Neat appearing young man, for purchasing dept. manufacturing firm, must be accurate with figures, a golden opportunity for the right poison interested in a l u t u r e in a lucrative field. W r i t e f u l l particulars as lo age, experience, education and starting salriry expected. \ V i i l e box A-l. c/o Messenger O l l i c e riT-lG Livestock 26 DAIRY CATTLE, close up and springers, also service bulls. Miller Bios. R-o. phone 106S-R. -13-17 - . -- ... --. - . ... . · ·-··-- i Farm Supplies SO STANCHIONS. w a ' e i c u p -., pumps,, new and used m i l k i n g machines, oil and elect i if bioori- er.s, poultry supplies. Fish-'i Coal Yaids. -Ki-M Photographic Supplies PHOTO SUPPLIES--Kodaks and cameras now in stock, also projectors, in inters, tanks, and enlargers. Our stock is large and complete, make us your photographic headquarters. The CORN K l i BOOK Stoie. 50-12 Situations Wanted 16 WOULD LIKE TO assist in general store as stock clerk, part time. W i i t e box B-3, c/o Messenger Office. 39-12 FIREMAN and maintenance man. Call 1163-L-3. ¥p~U CAN get popcorn thai pops at DIBBLE'S Gift Shop. 97-44os GENERAL trucking and moving, reasonable rates, also for sale, good beech cord wood or liie-- ])lace logs; any amount, immediate delivery. Phone 951, Canandaigua. 26-15 VETERANS ASH SERVICE--for prompt, efficient removal. Phone 216-J. 5J-32 KXPKKiENCKU sfivice station a t t e n d a n t wants part t i m e work. Mornings preferred. Call 1091-W. 39-12 MERCHANDISE REAL ESTATE RENTALS Houses For Rent 43 Articles For Sals 32 8 PIECE walnut dining room suites, bed room suites, ·"'lectric washers and refrigerators. Neilson, 1G Coy St. 96-8)f Phone Geneva 43-F-13 Charles Agonito Mason Contractor Builder Plastering -- Landscape Masonry --Fire Brick --Solis --Outdoor Fireplaces 9 Geneva St. Geneva, N. Y. 100-15 1 WISH to thank all the friends and neighbors who were so thoughtful at Christmas time. Mr. Charles Gysel. x33-13 YOU MAY now order Sat. Eve. Post, new or renewal. A 2 yr. sub. saves $5.60 over single copy price. Readers Digest goes from S2.75 to S3.00 on Thurs. Call Mrs. Fairley, 195-R. 21-11 BEAUTIFUL COLOR MOVIES of your children taien now oecome valued treasures of tomorrow. Ask for your free color picture Phone 351-M. Stanley Wooden. Canandaigua, N. Y. x85-13 AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles Fir Sail 17 1938 DODGE 4 door sedan--radio and heater, excellent tires. Good cndition. Quick sale. Phone 825- M. Vets. IIosp. H u t SE. 25-12 FOR SALE- 19-10 Pontiac S cyl 2 door, excellent condition. Pri-1 WHITE FOR SALE- 9x12 usr-ri W i l t o n i n g , can be -,fen ;tt .'U t i n i l i . u n St. Phone 2:O- 31-12 FURNISHED house with modern improvements for 2 months while in Florida. Phone 1089-W. 46-15 FOR RENT--Furnished cottage, modern conveniences, within city limits. 525. until March lath. Phone 3-13 Furnished Rooms 45 ELECTRIC MOTORS, V pullies, V belts, electiic chills and grinders, water system and pipe. Coy Streer Hardware. 8-11 GENERAL stoker with all thermostat ic controls, 9 room size-coal burning fireplace j^rate-- i Washington stove--24 inch pipe- less furnace --lar^e amt. of asbestos covered furnace pipe. Call 1074-R after 7 p. m. x33-13 FOR RENT--Furm.shPd ;'. moms, 2nd floor, heat, gas and lights at W. Bloomfield, ¥12 week. P. O. Box 106, W. Bloomfield. x33-13 49 Stores and Offices FOR RENT--Office room, heat and light; good location. F. W. xlT-12 COAL HOT WATER heater, 225^ pressure, also 30 gal. pressure tank. Phone Holcomb 474 after C p. m. X33-1-3 ABINGDON POTTERY, B o n e china cups and saucers. Autumn leaf 16 pc. breakfast sets. Air Flyer stake wagons. China Gift Shop. PECK'S Snd. floor. 34-13 SPACE HEATER--furnaces--refrigerator freezers. Aldridge Appliances--14 Coy St. East Lake Rd. " 52-12 Pri-1 wtiiiJti- ENAMEL cook sto\e, ·,.,,. I wood or coal, w i t h reservoir. A-l OFFICE rooms, centrally located. Frank Crabner. X43-17 Wanted To Rent WANTED TO RENT--First floor or complete small building on one level for storage, must be drv and insurable. Phone 897. .\17-10tf WANTED--2 or 3 room furnished apartment, young gentlemen, refined, permanently located in Canandaigua. Box A-3, Messenger. 56-14 SMALL HOUSE, half a double or lower flat. Call Bucky, Canandaigua Hotel. Phone 746-R- x33-13 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE YOUTH SERVICE PLANNED BRISTOL--The Teen-Timers are banning for tb^ii participation in he Youth Sunday ser\ice to be lekl in the Bristol Unheisalist church Jan. 25. Hopewell Grange Hears Detective HOPEWELL - The regular meeting of the Hopewell grange \\as held in the grange hali Thursday evening. At the business meeting the charter was draped in memory of Miss Katherine Smith, Aloquin. a member who died recently. A law enforcement program with Poiter Smith in charge followed the business meeting. Ed- j ward Breen, an employee of the Doyle Detective agency in Koi Chester, spoke on his experiences in that field. Mrs. Margaret Berry, Mis. Catherine Smith, and Mrs. Isabella Campbell sang. Refreshments were ser\ed. Ray Foster was intalled a Mle\\;uu, ami Ms.-,. DM: 11 Stoddard a Ceies of Pomona grange Saturday in Seneca Castle. Edward Wood, Jr., gave a report on his visit to the State grange in Oswego. Ethel Stoddard served as Pomona delegate from this grange. Naples Chosen for College Extension Course Service Naples hos been designated as i OES Officers ! Entertained one location for extension couises Houses For Sale 51 ENTERTAINS CHESHIRE--Mr. and Mrs. Mor- top Jones entertained at a family .dinner Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. AN EXCELLENT Kl-\. S loom j -Toseph Slrok i r k of Coltomvooci, house just a short di.stawe . m m , N j . M ,. and Mrs Raymond City line. F r u i t , ftaidf-n, ^ a i a m s j lie . ld ;itul c i au? hters, Susan and lien house. Main road. Only ^ l , | D i a n n e ; Mr and -vj rv Harold vi 10 and will help you finance it. ] Tones ancl son _ Harold, Carl Sto- T. Sunderlin Bakei. Licen.vcri i k i r k and ^ n Ert wa ,-fj o f Canandai- Broker. Phone 1195-M. Ol'fico - \ ,, ua Home--Lafayette Highv.ay. 23-12 i " of Oer,fsfo State Teachers col- · lege. These courses are designed to j meet the needs of teachers in serv- ( i'-e and can y college credit toward ; degrees. j A cou ISP in "Basic Principles of j Sociology" will begin at the Na- · pies Central school, Tuesday eve- ! , January 'M, at 7 p. m. j Course* are also given at Rochester. \VayIand and on t'he cam- I pus at Geneseo. j All coit:ses will be taught by o.--iVrj'-7 ^ f ' ^ n f o ^ i i H i - nf Hnrto. Farms and Land 53 FINEST FARM near Canandaigua just listed. 10 room house, haul- wood floors, oak trim, electricity, ' pv,-i|ifnt wells, eomnl^tr- bath, automatic water hr-atei, a u t o - matic oil heat. Basement bam, hog house, dry IIOUM-. Acteugo consists mostly of grapes, blackberries, blueberries. Total acreage 38. Macadam road. Low assessment. Farm can be bought with or without, equipment. Priced reasonably. William Henry. Hawly. Exclusive Broker. 32 Greig Terrace. Phone 399-W. 16-11 16 ACRES, Route 96, three miles northwest of Victor near t h r u way, o4 room house, electricity, spring w a t e r , asbestos siding, good roof. Possession at once. 'Arthur L. Young Realty Co. 31 South Main street, Canandaigua. Phone 500. (Successor to Ray W. Johnson Real Estate Company). 44-14 COASTING PARTY CHESHIRE-The Young Peoples' Fellowship class of Cheshiie Community church held a coasting party Sunday afternoon. r--' I ACRES. 102--Two family house, 2'i miles west of Canandaigua. Macadem road, near school. Electricity, two barns, two machine sheds, corn crib, 30 stanchions with drinking cups, milk house. Ship milk to Dairy League, C. Sander.-,, owner, 219 West Gibson St., Canandaigua, N. Y. x43-l'l 150~ACRE STOCK FARM, Similes from Cdga. on improved WANTED--Ride to Canandaigua irbm Hecker's Cider Mill about 8:30 a. m. Phone 1149-W. x!7-7tf WATER WELLS--For more experience, better equipment and iess cost, call or. write Barney A Moravec, Penn Yan. Tellephone 390. 48-61U CHAIR SAGGING? Divan Dumpy? We can restore furniture to it. c original comfort. Right in youi home. Work guaranteed. Divan $18.50, chair, $8.75. Phone youi furniture problems to Sharkej furniture repair, Cdga. 97. 70-63tl WANTED--Hay and straw. Buy- _ig all grades at too market prices. W. J. Kipp, IS Niagara St. Phone 137. 47-Rlti Lost and Found 2 LOST-r-In Bristol a pointer dog with a short tail. Call 1309-W,j-c- verse. 47-12 Foods 8 APPLES for eating and cooking, our own pasteurized f r u i t juices, eggs, potatoes. Will deliver. Phone 1195-R. Hecker Cider Mill. 56-10tf Financial JF YOU need mortgage money on citv or lake properties. Phone 399-W, W. H. Hawley, Broker, :2 Greig Terrace. 55-14 Business Opportunities (0 FOR SALE--Grocery store w i t h -j-aparlment and gas sUxiion completely stocked and equipped. Within 5 miles of Canandaigua on route 5 20. I acre qf land included. W. B. Dolby, Realtor, Red Jacket Bldg. Tel. 1242. 3S-13 PRODUCE grossing over $600,000. Farm Implement, best franchises, grossing S250.000. Hotel A-l, good income. .Garage, perfect tools, infKi business. Real Ice Cream Parlor, new booths and flooi covering. Feed Farm Supply, popular franchises. Country Neighborhood Stores. Up-to-date Tourists Courts. Restaurants, Diners. Five Dime, redecorated nice business. Business Blocks in various towns. .1. F r i b o l i n Broker, N. Cohoclon, Phone 37-3 48-12 Pet Animals 10-A FOR SALE--A male fox puppy. Phone 706-J. terriei iM-li. Male Help I WANTED--Married man to worl on farm. Phone 901-R, 178 Wes Aye.____ 18-M WANTED Punch pi-ess die setter must bo experienced. In answei stale age, experience and wage: desired. Write box A-2, c/o Mes_ senger Office. M *' WANTED--Married man to worl on farm by the year beginning Mar 1 VV. H. Winnc, Centerfiol Kd.,'canandaifiiia. Phone "40-M - - (b'O Phone 512-R. '"OR SALE- coupe, '"?at«t 1940 33-1! Euick club C;1! 76'J-W. .·52-1-1 Highest Prices Paid on the Spot --For-USED GARS A. W. White 25 Ontario St. Phone 138 Highest Cash Prices for U S E D C A R S Carter Phillips Motors, Incorporated Phone 2l0 Tires and Accessories 19 U. S. ROi'AL tires, Dunlop tires. DIBBLE'S Lake Shore station. 23-59tf condition. One riding saddle, lu tons of baled hay--standard bale. Gordon E. Randall, R-5, Cdga, N. Y. x-13-14 LINOLEUM RUGS--Clothes bars, electric ironers, washing machines", electric v churns, \vood cutting tools,' priming saws, v.-ork gloves and' thermometers. MERSON Hardware. 51-12 PICTURE FRAMES--Easel back, all sizes and new styles'! Both in wood and metal. $1.00 to S6.00. The CORNER BOOK Si ore. 50-12 BABY F U R r? I T U R E., blankets,, antique table, almost brand new tilt back upholstered chair and 9x12 rug with mat. Must sell within one week, 150 Adelaide St. x-13-14 Typewriters 3' TYPE WRITERS-We repair all makes of t \ p e \ v i i t o r s and adding machines. Expert service. Call 14. The CORNER BOOK Store. 50-12 2 NEW 11-28 tractor tires. Geo. T u i t l e . R-!,-Cnnanriaigua. 1317-R. x-13-1-1 Radio Sales, Service 40 RADIO--Stop in and look over our large and complete stock of Philco, RCA. Zenith and Emerson radios. S15.95 to $299.95. Easy The CORNER BOOK WHEN IN NEED of automobile glass call on me at Centerfield, N. Y. Can give \ o u a factory type job \\hile you wait. Glass chan- r.tla and lolts In stock. L. H. Loven, Route 5 20, Centerfield, N. Y. . 40-32 temi-,. Store. 50-12 RADIO SERVICE---We repair all makes. Expert sen ice. Call 14. The CORNER BOOK Store. 50-12 Apartments For Bent 42 NEW UNFURNISHED apartment OVERCOME YOUR Difficulties! "ear Academy, 2 rooms and baih. by reading and using The Messenger Classified Ads. Houses For Sale FOR SALE--3 single houses. S rooms, each, in best residential section of city, all modern with fireplaces and automatic heal, mosi desirable homes. Possession upon delhery of deed. Shown by appointment only. W. B. Dolby, Realtor, Red. Jacket Bldg. Tel. 1242. 38-13 FOR SALE--One house, five rooms and bath, hardwood floors, modern kitchen, automatic oil heat,-insulated. FINE eight room house, Canandaigua. cherry and oak trim, four large bedrooms second floor, large recreation room third floor, hdrdwood floors, hot air heal, Timkin burner, gas water heater, three fireplaces, enclosed porch, u \ o car garage. SIX ROOM house WI-M, avenue, Canandaigua, sun room, enclosed porch, wood shingled sides, extra lot. Household furnishings optional. Possession soon. Owner anxious to sell. Arthur L. Young Realty Co.. 31 So. Main street, Canandaigua. Phone 300. (Successor t o - R a y W. Johnson Real Estate Company). 29-13 oak and maple timber, 15 acres alfalfa, 16 acres wheat on shares, never failing water supply, 13 room house in good condition, modern kitchen. Timken automatic oil heat, bath, electricity, large- basement barn, 20 sranch- ions, silo, milk house, other buildings, milk mkt, school bus. Carlton M. Hatch, licensed broker, 227 West Ave. Phone 900-M. 36-13 ACRES 110, scenic view Canandaigua Lake, old farm house partly remodeled, 7 acres grapes, G acres berries, apples; furnace, new bath, remodeled kitchen. Cambrel roof barn. ACRES 50--Penn Yan. Nearly new 9 room house. Cal. Ren Gurmvood finish: oak floors, b a t h , furnace, open stairway. Fountain, lake, Mocked. Double gaiage. machine shop. 37 acres vinpvard. J. T^ihn- lin, Broker, N. Cohocton, Phone 37-3. -18-11' Wanted, Real Estate 55 WANTED--Homes in Canandaigua and surrounding towns for clients with cash. Florence Trie- key, Canandaigua. 53-85tf WANTED--Listings of farms, city, village and business property. Arthur L. Young Realty Co., 31 So. Main St. Canandaigua. Phone 500. 60-5tf NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Ideal for business woman. Phone 467 7 R, after 5-p. m. 49-14 by Oscar kit! YOUR HONOR, THE HEW DEAR'S PAV COMMITTEE INVITE.? A FEW FORMER | OUT5TANPING FOOTBALL PLAVER5 TO BE GUESfS AT THE 0IG GAME.? __ TH1 5 MA N PA55EP HIM5ELF OFF A? A5 FORCEATHER5 PETER5, AGtfE PL AVER OP A FEW YEARS AQO, ACCEPTING AN AUL-EXPENSE TOUR //... WE WANT HIM HEUO FOR TRIAL// Do you HAVE ANYTHING TO 5AY TO THE5E CHARGES : VOI HAVE ANYTHING 5AY TO THEM To \* $ II Kf Niw THIS COURT HAS HEuD A __ 'LOT OF FAST TACKING LAWyEg$, BUT THEY WERE ALt TONGUE TIED IN PETER 1 ?' LEAGUE.- HE. OPENED ALL. $fCfS GOOD S room house in village 6 miles from Cdga., electricity, furnace, good water, barn for 3 cars with storage above, possession April 1. NEW SMALL bungalow at rity i GottagSS For Sale limits, electricity, bottled sas. '·; acre land, immediate possession. GOOD INCOME property near Main S105.00 per month, modern kitchen, modern bath, sunparlor, hardwood floors, aut renal ic oil heat, drv basement. dcs.ible .sar- afte. LARGE BOSTON close to Main, ;;ood location for doctors, dentists, beauty parlors, or apartment house, all conveniences, hot water heat, garage, Inrjje lot. Carlton Ml Hatch, licensed broker, 227 West Ave. Plione 900-M. 36-13 - -1 56 KOf'N'D and SQl'AUK D-A-N-C-E Hopewell Center Grange Saturday, Jan. 17 Music !y HAPPY HAIMMAN'S HAKMONI/ERS of Rochester Larry Bale, Calling- Dancing 9 to 1 Admission--60c Poultry Equipment · Feeders · Watarers 0 Brooders · Nests Fish Brewer, inc. 15 Bristol St. 'Canandaigua, N. Y. 5 ROOM COTTAGE east side. 6 miles from Cdga., 55 ft. lake frontage, good shade, electric pump, fireplace. Price $5,000.00. 51 ACRE FARM, East Lake Rd. overlooking lake 6 loom house, electricity, furnace, well, cistern, also 3 loom cottage, large bain. Carlton M. Hatch, l i c e n s e d broker, 227 West Ave. Phone 900- M. 3G-13 It Pays to Advertise T. H. KENNEDY THE FRIENDLY LOAN MAN SAYS "YOU WON'T BE EMBARRASSED!" Applying here for a loan is just like talking to a trusted friend . . . and just as confidential! . . . juit as friendly! Tell us your money worries. W« understand and know how to cooperate. Phone firit for the cash in one trip. Phone 111 FINANCE CORPORATION 141'So. Main St. MAGNIFICENT large s i n g l e hou-iC, good heating system, complete bath up. extra loilef and lavatory down, arched doorways, tinted walls, breakfast nook, glassed in porch, garage, large lot. immediate possession. BRICK BLOCK gas steam heating system, store, apartment with bath, extra gootl basement. SIDE BY SIDE" double, recently remodeled, new furnace just installed on one side, modern kitchens, good pain'l job, a new roof. Florence Trickev. 55 Main St. 42-1-1 Modern Home on Gorham street, first time offered. Living "oom, dining room, modern kitchen, large reception hall, laundry, four bedrooms, plenty cloisek, bath, game room in basement, automatic gas heat, exlra large lot well shrudderl, home fruit, garage. T. Sunderlin Baker Exlusivo, Broker Phone 1195-M Cov Appointment Ol'iice Home Lafayette Highway 23-12 *i ' \ From where I sit... by Joe Marsh 1 jft*J| . . _ _ - -- Who Are We, Anyway? Subject came up at Bill Web- differences 40111 matter-became ster's, the other day, as we were we're self-rospeclinji people, in a free, united land. And from where I sit. that's chatting over beer and pretzels. Just who are the folks who make up ourto-svn? Where'd they come from? what makes our towns :uul cities Well, Doc Hollister's Scotch- -our America-so strong. pro- English ancestry; Will Dudley's Ri-cssivc, tolerant. Our champ.nn- folks were m i n i n g stock f r o m .hip of individual l.bc.lies has Pennsylvania; Skip Powell's fam- brought us people from all faiths, Hy were brewers b^ck in Holland, all lands-to provelhat respect lor Guess our bloodstream's got a one ^othor's rights th, S bit of every country of the *lobe- bond can kno« ! and every section of America. We've still got differences in taste a'nd background--whether they ap^ly to music, history, or beer. Only those 1943.1,/"'*'! States Brewers Foundation BRISTOL--Mrs. Leighton Gilbert, matron of the Honeoye chapter, O. E. S., for the past year, entertained her staff of officers nt her home recently. About 35 were 1 present from Honeoye, Hemlock, and Bristol. Edward Fowler, Honeoye, master of the Honeoye masons, was a special guest. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus were impersonated by Mr. Fowler and Mrs. Pat Fox, Hone"o\e. Mr. and Mrs. George Hallock entertained w i t h violin and piano music, and refreshments were served. seo" State Teachers college. i STANLEY--Lee D. Knapp, Town j of Seneca tax collector, will sit at I Slater Van Orden's store, Tues- i cla\, Jan. 20 and Tuesday, Jan. 27 · f° r the collection of taxes. Taxes ' j paid during January are without TRY A MESSENGER WANT AD ! fee. .^^^·^^^^····^···^^^·^^^·IB^H^^^^BB^^^^^^H^^HVi Rogers' Market THUR3., 'FRI. SAT. SPECIALS HOME DUKSSKI) m *··*. £ LB. HOME » RES SKI, m ft. Chickens 49 3'«. to (i Ihs. Average Shoulder Roast Beef . . . . 5 5 Lean Plate Beef . . . . . . Beef Heart and Tongues . . . 35 lb lb f O lb Sirloin Stk.69 WILSON'S Smoked Galas 49 C LB. HOME MADE Pork Sausage lb HOME C'tRED Slab Bacon · I B . 69 c lb Home Made--Boneless Corned Beef 59 C lb SWEET CREAM ni DUI I GRADE A MEDIUM EGGS . . · · · do;. 5Bc Canned Goods Special MISSION, TENDER SWEET Peas . . . . . . 2 "2 cans 29c FLORIDA GOLD--SWEETENED Orange Juice . 2 Ige. 46-oz cans 45c Philips Soups . . . . 2 cans 25c All Kinds ORLEAN Tomatoes . . . . . · 2 can I9c RED TAG Prunes TIP TO!' Ghocolat@ Syrup . DR. }IKLODY Food ; . . B . D i 21 can 25c . . jar !0c 3 pt. jars 25c e i i !8c DANTY BIT Grapefruit Sections 2 2 cans 2 9 c RINSO * 39 LIMIT -i IVORY sue Large Size m PURE AND MIUJ , Birdseye Frozen Foods Peas . . . . . . 27c pkg. Corn 22c pkg. Peachss . . . . 25c pkg. l)EKi HICil COFFEE 43 Lb. Juice Orangss . . . . . doz. 35c Lurgo Si/.f 150 Carrots . . . . 2 Ige. bunches 25c

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