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January 25, 1938

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS by Mr. McNcesc, manager of Ihc Memphis branch of the Implement company, Mi. Walking, assistant sates manager, Mr. Talley, service man, and Mr. Whiiyiigton, credit manager, all of Memphis, the speakers being Introduced by J, E. Grain. , Kddlc Byers of St. Louis operated a three-reel moving picture', 1 Km]i ( ,| ub Mffts Luxora Society — Personal PAGE THREE showing all Ihe latest designs ot. iii)i;!ei;iem.s In action. Mis. Charles Lane entertained Bridge club of Wilson on Saturday alternonn at her country MI home. Mrs. Thomas Laney won high score, and Mrs. w. 1'. Wilso;i second high. At the eoni'hi- slui of the games, 11 delicious 311)ad course was served by the hos- 'Continued Pnnn Papp Or»" left a heavy soot on a part of the tailor shop's stock. Water did some damage lo Hie floor and walls of the building owned by Mrs. Dave Dlnkelsplel. of Memphis, but the damage will not lie much. This building, which adjoins tlie grocery store on the .west, was also filled with smoke. McMullin's grocery and Kirby's owned by Mr. Lynch, only got some I ,. „ „. ' '. >l<i.ioke. Mr. Lynch also owns tlie Ml ' Sl a &ln£CU ' ol Jonesboro, Building occupied by Ross v wll ° is vlsiu "B ner 'laugiuer, Mrs. Aughes, which will have to be re- c - ;nl ' ts Lull<J . Wlls IJlousanlly sur decorated. The smoke which filled Floyd A. White's shoe store and the nit/, thc-ofer Old practically no damage. All of the firms were opened for business-today except the two stores whose stocks were destroyed and Miss Whilsilt's shop. Mr. Monies! announced this morning that the IJberty store would be reopened In Ihrc'c weeks in Hie same building with a new .slock and new fixtures. He had not yel decided whether the firm would operate temporarily in another building.' The stock left undamaged will be taken to Memphis', he said, The Luxora LItcrnr.y Book c'.uli met nt the home of Mrs. Unite George. In Occeolo, Thursday. ,, , , , Mrs. R. W. Nichols conchrtnil the members of the Wednesday „„ revlew of '..„„„ to wll , 1'i-iends and Influence People" by| Hate Cnrnegle, with Die presents Individual Hog House , - . tlon of a playlet, arranged from Work Finished Oil I WO- c .-, ., .. , , v . . DlOI'y IjlUlding Al Wai. c • o . llul > kM.COTKl 3U(.U!> ihe portion of the book, entitled "Six Ways to Make People Lke' yon," parts being taken by Aim Claire Wllkins, Sma Langslon .-.ncl James Lloyd iCdwards , youii^ - guests of ihc club. ' T!l(1 building, nt the corner of ; Mrs. Lem Stanford gave a .sketch Walnut anil North second slrccls, of Ihe ten best iicllon and i«,n-i wlllcl1 Is owned by Claude Cooper. , in placing the loss at 85 per cent. Liberty's-"was established here in 1932.. Mr. Burke declined to make any statement concerning his plans. Last night's fire was the most serious fire since the Mahan build- in" humed in April, 1930. The snme building destroyed last night burned 14 years ago when Harry Hcarn was owner. At that lime the building was a two story one and alter l\\f fire it was rebuilt. At the time xif the other fire, it was occupied I by Ihe first Style shop here nnii ifreeman's Five and Ten cents store. Wilson Society — Personal Hutson-Hubbari] Miss Mary 'Louise Hubbard of Clarkton, Mo., and Thomas Marion Hutson jr., of Maiden, Mo. were married til Kennett, Mo., by the Rev. R. E. Cairoll of the Presbyterian church Sunday, January leth. Mrs. Hutson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hubbard of Clarkton, and is very popular in the younger set., Mr. Hutson, son. of Mr.' and Mrs. T. M.''Buisi&n '/ol' -Maiden, ;*gradu- (Ucd from 'the Pine Bluff, Ark., ill school in 1931, nnd attend_ the University of Arkansas, belonging to the Kappa Sigma fraternity. He is now employed as manager of Ihc cotton sales department of Lee Wilson & Co. The bride and bridegroom will make their home in Wilson, after February 1st. * » * Company Entertains Group at Wilson. About fifty business men and farm managers of Le,e Wilson & Company were guests of the John Deere Implement company, at a seven o'clock dinner, served at the Wilson club house Monday night Jan. 2t. The three-course dinner was served by the ladies of the Methodist Missionary Society. >vlth a birthday dinner on , January 23rd, celebrating her 70th birthday anniversary. The i.i-its included Misses Kalhciino i.'-l Virginia Lane, n!tc<-s of Mrs. Lane, and Mr. and Cluude Davis cf Vincent, Aik. The TiuplLsl Missionary Society hekl its regular social meeting Mcncluy afternoon, with Mrs. E., Ii. Mann and Mrs. Champ Can- no.i a.s hostesses, at the former's fiction books of 1931, by Wlll;;ii:i Lyons Phelp.s. A novel feature of the pro[!rnn; v.ns a contest In naminu plcV.iros . of celebrities. Mrs] Hilton 11. Htc- of Jonesboro. 1 |,i la , foni u rcccnl bride, was prr- rented a smoking stand nnd ,111 occasional table from the clu'>. I'atuiwicho.s, nut cake 1 , and ft e \ven hour. now completely remodeled. Work was finished this week on Ihe two story brick building, which he purchased several months ago. The inlcilor was rearranged so n.s lo have a large room down- i lull's, will) n smaller room at the rear uml (he upstairs was rebuilt for throe suites of rooms, which served dm Ing'Ihe " ;; <, ; .i;ii "'">' '"> ""'verted Inlo smaller .suites. A .second slalrway wns also added. Insulation board was used lo re- flnlsh (lie walls, several windows (!. A.'s Meet. The Ciirls' Auxiliary of the Bap- list church mel In the home of lowed by games. During tlie social hour a delicious luncheon was' served by the hostesses. • • • * * Tlie Junior Piny entitled "Me, Him and 1" will be presented at the Wilson High School auditorium on Friday night, January 28, nt 7:45 o'clock,- under the direction of Miss Louise Phillips, with .'p. dallies between the acts by I'" 1 dance' pupils of Miss Ruth Williams, The play promises to Elizabeth Wherry led the program on "Pioneer Missionaries," and parts were given by Velda c.iid and Clarice Johnston. Manell Horton, and Ann Claire Wilkins. Sentence prayers concluded the program, i * * * Mrs. Thomas F. Hudson was hostess to two groups of friends Saturday. Her guests for a desert bridge, were Mrs. Elliott Williams, Mrs. Charlie Bllllngslcy, Mrs. 'fed u n light comedy with plenty oHEison. Mrs. May Bowc'n Thojiip- tnlcrtninment and the public • • - - Invited to attend. The Rev. D. D. Scgar, pastor of (he Baptist church, is In Blytheville this week, conducting a Sunday School study course. Mr. and Mrs. v. J. Mann spent E'unday in Memphis vislllng their daughter, Mrs. Russell Childs and Mr. Childs. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ferguson rnd daughter, Betty, visited Mr. i ml Mrs. H. C. Davidson and family in Blythevllle Sunday. Miss Ruth Faulkner of West Memphis spent the week end here i kiting her parents, the Rev nnd I.Irs. W. E. Faulkner. Miss Mary Cornelia Carter spent the week end In Memphis, guest, it her aunt. . ' .Mrs. P. A. Vincent and children r;tumed Monday from Memphis, is! son, Mrs. Drover C. Driver, Mrs. C. n. Wood, Mrs. C. C. Danehowcr, Mrs. Carl Umphleet,. Mrs. R. W. Nichols. Mrs, R. I,. Houck, Mrs. Lem Stanford, Mrs. R. T. Dnllew. Mrs. W. L. Walters, Mrs. Tom Callis, Mrs. Charlie Miffllti, and Mrs. C. B. Wood, jr., of Blythe- were changed, linoleum was laid on the floors an:l several parll- i lions changed. Qas heal was m- I stalled. The large room downstairs, which Is now occupied by the Eagle School of Beauty, faces North Second street and the Maddox Harness shop, which formerly occupied the front room, moved to the smaller room with nn entrance on Walnut street. The rooms on (he second floor were so arranged thai they can be throw)) together or kept 'separately. Mr. Cooper has his law office in the largest suite and Wendell M. Phillips, architect, 1ms taken the suite on Ihe northwest cornel 1 . Mr. Phillips was architect for he remodeling. vine. Supper-brlrtge guests Included Mi's. S. J. Smith, Mrs. T. D. Wil- klns, Mrs. Julia- Owens, Mrs. William Miss Builders Choice \Jliefe they visited Mrs. Vincent's listers, Mrs. p. w. Tarr and Mi's. Aitt^ .Chisholm. ' : -?rs:;. Lindsey Smith and two . ( mail " daughters of Cnruthers- ville. Mo., visited her mother, Mrs J. .F. Vick nnd family over the week end. . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cox nnd Mrs. If. L. Gresham were among the Memphis visitors Monday. Mr. nnd -Mrs. M. N. Hobbs are Ihe parenis of a baby son, born '-hursdivy morning. The baby v.-clghed seven pounds nnd is riam- ull Michael Norton jr. Medical Editor Laments Weirdfealth Beliefs Ellas, Mrs. Lillian Freear, Bob Williams, Miss Eva George, Miss Margaret MofflU, Mifis Ruth Bulloch, Miss Iva Crablree, Miss Nell Lowe, of Jackson, Tenn., and Mrs. Louis George and Mrs. M. C. Cooke, jr., of Osceola. Mrs. Cooke held high score and was given handkerchiefs, and Mrs. S. J. Smith held second high and received a make-up 'box. .Miss Evelyn McDanlels, who;i:os been assisting in the oifice of-the Luxora high school year week (UP) - Dr - w. w . , r * the bureau of l.calth and education of the Am- Very interesting talks were made ', r ,[ c ™ , Mc ,1! c » 1 Association. HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPH MADE NOW Satisfactory Work low Prices SOVTHWORTH Over Joe Isaacs I loded health superstitions believed some people. As part of his work with the Special Prices Are Now Being Offered on All Winter Auto Accessories Visit our modern parts & accessories store. Here you will find everything on .display to enable you to make easy selections of your particular needs. .Call G33 Tom Little Chevrolet Co. the / merlcan Medical • Association, Dr Itouer is an associate editor of llygeia, the health magazine. Mistaken beliefs concerning food come to his attention in editing mail for the publication. Some of these beliefs are: 1. Freckles can be removed by applying certain cosmetics. 2. Certain kinds of face cream will grow hair. 3. Aluminum utensils cause cancer or some other disease. 4. Fish is brain food. "There nre literally thousands of mistaken beliefs that should be refuted." said Dr. Bauer. "One of | them is that a woman must lose a tooth for every baby die bears "Such beliefs, that bear the stamp of Ignorance, cause no cnc of harm." FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP)—Sign language testimony of four mule witnesses brought a conviction and $25 line to the principal in a negligent collision case. Through an interpreter, the deaf and dumb witnesses told how the accident occurred. Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone MO OPEN FOR BUSINESS (NEW MANAGEMENT) NEW DINING ROOM AT UNCLE BILLIE'S TOURIST COURT SOUTH CITY LIMITS ON HIGHWAY 61 Private Dining Room Music Private Booths Home Cooking Special Club Breakfast Hot Biscuit all the Time Pit Barbecue Barbecued Ribs Sandwiches Fried Chicken Sizzling Steaks Italian Spaghetti Dinners Lunches Drinks , SPECIAL PARTIES INVITED— 1'HONE 815 PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE and and a half, for the resigned last has entered Sunflower Junior College, Mooreheari, Miss., for the second semester. She \vill be a member of the basketball team In connection with sp;dq! literary subjects. Mrs. R. C. Langston and Miis Tva Crabtree attended the quat- terly meeting of the County Council ot Parent Teachers associations held in Blythevllle Friday. Mrs. E. R. Bogan, Mrs. J. I. Mifflin and Mrs. Lillian .Freear were among the Memphis visitors Thursday. Miss Edna George and Mis. George Shibley, of Cooper-hill, Tenn., are visiting their parent"), Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G«orge. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Cecil and two sons, Raymond Jr., and Sudie. formerly of Seyppel have moved to the Dyess home, two miles nortli of Luxora. Mr. Cecil will be farm manager for the W. R. Dyess plantation. MLss Louise Williamson, of Jackson, Tenn., has returned to her home after a visit with her cousin, Miss Dixie Howard. Miss Nell Lowe, of Jackson, Tenn., was the week end house guest of Mrs. William Ellas. Miss Lowe and Mrs. Elitis were class mates at Union University. Mrs. E. R. Bogan was called to Jackson, Tenn., Friday to be with her brother, W. J. Sykes, wholiad suffered a heart attack. Dr. and Mrs. Bogan returned Sunday Monday Memphis Mrs. S. J. Smith, night. Among the visitors were Mrs. Sam Bowen, Mrs. JOe Hires,' Mrs. Russell Bowen, Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mrs. Grovcr Driver, and Mrs. R. C. Langs ton. Miss Carrie Mae Hires attended the party given by Miss Julia Craig, of Osceola, Monday afternoon in honor of two brides-elect Misses Virginia^ Blackwood, and' Louise Hale. Mr. and Mrs.. Allen Posey and daughter, Sara, were in Steele Ma, Sunday visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Matlie B. Poison, accompanied by Miss Bob Williams was In Memphis Sunday. ' Mrs. Charlie Mlfflln held ),i ? i, score at the end of the four progressions and received enameled cake carrier. ivory Calumet Mr. and M.rs Clarence Morris entertained a number of people ivltli a party night. Mr. and Mrs. Buddie'Gann Mrs N. G. Ga«n and children of Reece spent Wednesday with M ,B. Gatin and family. young Saturday Have Of Two Window Types When a new house h being planned, the builder has a choice of casement or double-hung windows. The architectural style of (he house in most cores will dictate the type to be used. The box type of double-hung windows should be well made, and the frames should be carefully flashed when they are set. Welghls are used with Ihis type of window, and the quality of the Basil cord-should be of the bast. Cheap cords,' will not last:long,"nnd.'.a broken cord is difficult to repair, particularly when metal weather- strips have been used on Ihe window. There arc numerous new devices lo take the plnce of-weights thnt have some advantages, and they slnujd be considered before any decision Is reached as to what v be used. Moth Proofing Has Many Angles Closets lined with red-cedar wood, as they are ordinarily In- Stalled, are of doubtful value in protecting clothing from moth attack. Usually the closets are not tightly enough constructed to retain the emanations from the cedar wood in 'sufficient strength to The not or flying HA Official Nolcs <l<'iu:« of Cli; 'laiiiiinj.j Cunfoi' ;ini;(! After, 1 i'wicos iN, n. ;.~KHddn:i> hniJi'iivi'iiu'iil In plimnhw and il<'.sl«nlrv{ o[ h»in»s l.illowlnu a w-- ! ill 1 -, nf .Miiull-lioiiM'-plniinliiis < % «n- 'ri's held Jiirlnjj ihi; JMISI yi.Mr 'lKi:li.l i,v Howard Li'lnnil i, chief hi Ihe Knlcm! non.s- .dhin's ArcliKedinal "lit Hie /net thnt competent aichl- leclural service is essential In order to obtain low cost, i/) W cost comes from Intcllljjcnl use of materials. Inkhij; ndvnnlage of standard lengths of structural members and Mortt slues of mllhvork, avoiding unnecessary corners, nnd obtaining u minimum ol hull spaces. i "ThruiiKh l| 1( . , lf ;e O t these prln- [ci[ilc-; biillders ure now siwarc that K'locl h.mics, well planned and nt- linellvu, i-:iu be |>rolll:ibly prodiu.-eil «t- a rust, incluOhii; Ihe lot, at a prlci' well mnli'i 5.5,000." Color of Walls Is Factor In lighting The A-typo individual ho B house Is wpccl- •lly well suited for \iso In Arkansas, because ot low cost and unit construction—ono house for each sow and Utter. Tho movable houses may bo transferred to new pasture or to clean ground, as a Etuillnry measure. This lynj ot hog house mny be moved by tenants from 0110 form to nnollicr. Many farmers wlUi InrRe herds prefer this typo of house for convenience in moving from one field lo another. The sell feeder, as Illustrated, Is n papular method of grain feeding, anil the plan shown is suitable for feeding five lo la linlnmla. These two plans are n part of a scries of plans ot farm equipment, prepared by tho University of Arkansas College of Agriculture for homo construction irom available materials. Working drawings of these two plece.i of may be secured from your County Agent. Ki'dlun. Mr. Hmllli, with builders, m-chllecls. •••011- Jriu-lors, nnd m:i(eiluts diMt.'vs (Hiring Ihe your, .shih'il t|>ni U K . ,, v |. detlce »[ liiiprim-nii.'ul. In planning and design lends nut imlv In Icssi-n ll»i risk mi inuHgHHi' liiMirunri- but carries out (In- liileul i>j || M , N.,_ llunil) Housing Act "lo rucnim^e •I'mi'iil iu hmislujj slumlords mm fDii:illloii.s." Over 10.001) builders, bankers, ur- fhllcHii. material dealers, nnd the K'lienil public ulleuded llm siimll- iome-pliinnh)|! ronreirnre.s, Mr. -Siiillh siild. "liesldes slliimlnlliig wnall-homo nm-lriirllon," ho siild. "the. confev- nces deinonstrnled the need for sound and Intelligent planning, not only for the neighborhood hut for 'hi' licust Itself, We also stressed Hie necessity of obtaining plans which have n high degree of 1U'»- hlllly and privacy, together with allraellvi) ralerlovs which cretilo « desire for ownership. These were (ho prcdomlimlhiu raclois ot our "I'lii! conferences nlso limucht Housing Question Box Q. When wood has once, slnrled lo rot, enii anything be done to slop A. We know of no positive means of stopping rot once It has started The best remedy. Is to not only remove or cut out (he affected part but nlso to remove the cause ot Ihe aflltctiou. The simplest method is lo keep the wood dry. This requires that It be kept not only from contact 1 with soil and water but also that moisture pockets be avoided; that free circulation of air be provided and that surfaces exposed lo the" : weather, damp rilr, or Condensation be coated'' with pfilnt. varnish, or other protective coatings to reduce absorption of moisture. into n from crawling .. closet or from damaging the clothing or furs. In justice to red- cedar wood, it should be stated thnt closets very lightly constructed with the red heart wood and equipped with doors that close tightly against felt gaskets can be depended upon lo protect against moth attack. Instantaneous Hot Water Availabh If the supply line runs from che hot-water storage tank In a complete loop so that all hot-water faucets arc connected, and soUi.il the supply line returns to the storage tank, the hot-water supply at the faucet will be more rapid. It is advisable to insulate the piping because of the large amounl of exposed metal surface wasting heat in coaiparison to the relatively small volume of healed water in the hot-water lines. Q. Water runs off over our door from tlie gutter on thn front of tlie house. Can you lell me, how to correct this? A. One of Ilio gutter supports has most likely given way, causing' a sag In the gnller over the door,way. Examine Ihe gutter and. If II Is still level, see that the drains arc not clogged. If these Iwo Horns are In order, then you must iuslall larger leaders. Q. Whnt is Ihe most satisfactory finish for n new hard pine floor? A. Before any finish is applied the floor should be properly and carefully prepared for treatment by planing and sandpapering parallel with the grain of the wood, ifnrd pine Is n resinous wood with mere odor a pronounced grain. Because of moths this a filler should first be applied "'- - In order to prevent Ihe spring wood In the boards from absorbing all the stain. When dry, apply Ihe stain of the tone desired and Ihcn apply at least two coats of was, rubbing considerably to bring to .1 stand hard usage, a good floor or spar varnish mny be used In place of (he wax. Q. How can I keep my windows from milling! A. You cnn do this by cither removing the stop or molding Uml holds Ihe sn.sh In place and rescl- linu It closer to the ssish or by Installing "metal weatherslripphvj!. Woalhcrstrlppliig would be (he. bei- ler wny, as it ncrompll.shes n saving In fuel. as well ns slopping the rattling. Q. There Is not enough light In my kitchen. What would be the easiest way lo remedy this? A. The best solution to your problem Is lo install more light cutlets. This cnn be done inexpensively by liny competent elcclrleln'u. The outlets should be placed to give proper light for the operations Dint go on In the kilehen, with one over the sink nnd possibly one over the range. Also Increased light efll- cicncy may l>e obtained by pnlnthig the kitchen in a light color, while, yellow, or even light, green lluis nre to be preferred. Building Lumber Must Be Dried When buying lumber for building, great care should be taken lo ascertain Ihe percentage of moisture It contains. If the content !.< high, the lumber L? not ready for use. All lumber will shrink, but lumber thai has not been properlv dried will shrink excessively and may cause trouble from twistlmj and warping. The importance of dry lumber cannot be overemphasized. Decorative Doors Doors may serve a decorative as _„„.„,_ , well as a purely useful purpose and H. B. Raines, of Tupelo, Miss., acid a subtle accent of color to a sas the guest of Miss Helen Hall room. When pale-green walls are used in a room, for Instance, doors may be lacquered red and cream. I Rrtd Courier New* Want A0» was Sunday. i Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Vanier and family have moved to Alabama to make their home, glass finish. If your floor must Marketing Plan Builder's Keynote An effective nuirkelliiEi plan the keynote of Ihe .success of operative builders, Federal Housing Administration olticlals believe Increased efficiency, resultlnt'froiv n carefully timed nnd carefully planned sales program is one ol the most effective methods ol brinvjinE construction costs am! .selling prices lo a level t!enwnde< by Ihe public. Do You Own A VACANT HOUSE? M 0 I) E R N WATER FAC1UTIKS W1U. HELP YOU RENT IT QUICKLY AND PROFITABLY. Revenue your rcnlal properly would lirinfj during those weeks it remains vacant would go a IOIIK way toward (lie cost of such improvements as "city water". Prospective tenants will pass up a place with old-fashioned anil obsolete plumbing in favor of a more modern residence cvcrv time. BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. Courteous, Personal Attention to Every Cuslomcr 'he color of walls in a room ir, "n Imiimtaiit fucloi- In determining linw jniirii lluhl H lump w m K | V( , mil. aawlhi'j lo 1). ,s. Uintflp. county ntii icullmtil uncut, find corn' ' l,ec (\Hiiari, huinv •leniiinslraliou Home light, h n| K ij|-|)i'd by > Ihe rest 'lie \v!ilj>: and ci'ilhi.;s, l:i ri'llei'led. Tin; pwci'litage of light reflected l< i-iille.l thv ri'flecllDi) tuctor. A while Diluted Miitiicn has a mtle.v tlon (actor ot Ht). ivory 70, buff G5, aw yi-'-eii JO, sky blue 35, olive Kiwn 20. and cardinal red 20, sti.vs Hurl I,. Arnold, extension agricultural engineer, University of Ar- ki'-'safi CsllDK of Agriculture. H can be seen, Ihe engineer said, (hut ll«hl colors with a high reilcc- llun fiictor nre much better tlmn tlie darker colors, us more light will be obtained from the samo amount of electricity. Hooks In Hall liookshclves built In KII entrance • hull nerve n dual purpose. They (lifer storage space and at tho' same lime crcale im Inviting appearance. Hooks In themselves are decorative and ndil Inlcrost nnd richness to nny surroiuidhiifs. DESIGNS 1 »*«>•- 'W^flK^fel 1 for living! IFH I'onlly licgins when you Ittiild and niovo into your own home,! There's •iiolliinu quite like the llii'll) of living in. «• new house, designed and built jitnl: for you. L,ct us tell you how Ihc PHA mnkoa it possible io rwili/.i! your (Irenms for n homo. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Phone 40 THE ARKMO LUMBER CO. that can't curl up and blow away RAIN RAIN If the roof leaked during the recent rains its time to get an estimate on the cost of a new one. It may be far less than you think because roofing prices are temporarily low. CERTAINTEED UNIVERSALS MAKE THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ROOF E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE 1OO Wo Do Tho Res- . • • LUMBER -100. AKITAfS$AS 1 L

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