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Special to The HeraldRepublican
Mtr Pleasant March 61188 Valentine
a Tlarsen was hostess nt a social function
t last fjaturday in honor of friends A five
coor e lun h was served after which a
J number of games wero played The
suests were Elmer Johan en Wlllard
t Barton Clifford Nielsen Tilly Borg
Percy Jensen Nellie McArthur Eva Bar
ton Ethel Christensen
Tim officers of the Mt Pleasant His
torical association orgunized last Satur
day are us follows President Andrew
Madsen vice president James Larsen
treasurer Daniel Itasmussen secretary
James Monsen board of directors Ferdi
nand Ericksen Joseph Monsen C W An
tler ol1 E C Johnson James Borg Jo
seph Seely Mrs Henry Ericksen Mrs
John H Seely Mrs Thomas West Mrs
A G Oman
Mr and Mrs C P Hansen of Glen
wood returned home last Saturday after
spending a row days hre with Air ad
Mrs M R Anderson
Mrs V D Candland entertained the
3 r Twentieth Century club Thursday after
noon After the regular program Mrs
Oandland served refreshments to the
guests who were Mesdamos J W Cher
1 ry P M Nielsen Mable Earl Aoram
Johnson II C Jacobs R L Madsun J
IK Bcelj l Wlnnifred Dubblie of Richfield
and the Misses Hilda Madsen and Annie
t Mrs P M Nielsen presidentelect of
the Twentieth Century club has ap
pointed the following committees for tna
coming year Literary Mrs May Niel
sen chairman Mrs Edna N Jensen
Mrs Alberta Jacobs Mrs Louise K Cher
i ry Mrs Francis ChrIstensen Mrs Vilato
Johnson Social committeeHilda Mad
sen chairman Mrs Annie Wall Mrs
Annlo Oandland Wlnnifred Jensen An
t nie Johansen
si t Cora Ward of P6o was a visitor to
iH Pleasant tho latter part of last week
f Mrs Sena Rasmussen of Fairview and
Albert Dixon of Provo wore married on
Wednesday at the ManU temple A re
ception was given the young couple
Thursday evening at the Rasmusaen
40me In Falrview
Friends of Miss Nellie McArthur gave
ier a pleasant surprise Wednesday at
her father s home A very enjoyable even
ng was spent
The Wasateh academy faculty enter
ained friends at an afternoon social last
i SaUrday at the home Refreshments
were served and various games indulged
n The guests were Mrs Oscar Wall
Mrs J W Cherry Mrs A B Walda
tiar AIrs Henry Wall Mrs Melllng Mrs
R A Broadhurst Mrs S E Jensen Mrs
K t Jensen Mrs Hornung of Mantl
Mrs John Meeker Mrs Will Hunter
Mr J W McGann Mrs George Clem
y ail nienson Wmnlfred Jensen Mrs A Peter
aN son Mrs Henry Larson1 firs H C
N Beauman Mrs R Anderson Irene NleI
son Miss Viola Whittaker entertained tho
b members of the O N O club at her home
Thursday night
Young friends of Mrs Lettie Saddler
gave her a tin shower Friday evening
igy Mrs Saddler was recently married to
Harry Saddler of Salt Lake The young
ounle will leave today for Mapleton
hre they will make their home
1 Violet Bradley of Salt Lake was a guest
if Mrs Hampshire this week
Mr and Mrs Tuth of Mantl were vis
itors to this city the first of the week
Vlrgie Johnson gave a party Friday
1 I evening for the senior class of the Wa
satch academy
The Sunday school officers of Spring
Ilty gave a party Friday evening to the
n parents class department
Mri and Mrs Peter Rasmussen have
moved to Ogden
Mr and Mrs N S Noilson and their
< laughter Irene spent tho greater part
it of the past week in Salt Lake
Mrs John II Jensen entertained a
t number of friends at her home Wednes
day evening
Mrs D C Madsen and children left
Thursday for Idaho
Mrs L Johnson returned from Gun
0 i Ison this week where ihe has been vis
iting her daughter Mrs E L Swalbers
Miss Vera Mork returned from Salt
a I take the first of the week
Mr and Mrs Peter Jensen gave an
elaborate dinner party at their home
V Tuesday afternoon and evening to friends
1 and relatives An oldfashioned dancing
party was enjoyed during the evening
I Mrs Retta Post of Park City is here
< siting friends and relatives
r Mrs Jane Coates of Provo Is here
ruIIL spending a few days with relatives She
t will spend the summer In Chester
A farewell party was given to Mr and
Mrs Stewart Seely Wednesday evening
Mr and Mrs A O Madsen and chil
siren returned to Hyrum last Sunday
Mrs Maggie Terry of Provo was a re
c t visitor to Fairview
H P Hansen of Fairview choir direc
tor was surprised the latter part of last
week by having about 100 of his singers
take possession of his home Mr Hansen
was presented with a beautiful music
stand and an autograph album A very
tnioyable program was rendered and de
il ne ious refreshments were served
f Mary A Allred of Spring City went to
NI ITOVO this week to visit relatives
i At the North ward meeting house Sun
1 day afternoon the following program will
be rendered Song by choir Lilles of
aster Tide Invocation double quartetl
tt ilford IIafen and company story Mrs
i Oeorgla Johnson instrumental music
Maggie Frandson reading Annie JId r
on address II C Jacobs solo Ethel
Ihrlsteneen violin solo Blain Watson
l ceding Arthur Nielsen quartet Mrs
11 atson and company piano solo Mary
Peterson recitation Malben Seely vocal
ole Emma J Anderson talk and song
t apanese Bishop JB Seely duet Chrys
rlla and Mary Nielsen reading Mrs H
i Jacobs
Sunday evening an Easter concert will
o given at the North ward meeting
louse by the Sunday school of that ward
Mrs Mary Christensen and several of
urr music students from Snow academy
toil bo present and will render several
1 oal and instrumental selections The
c ollowlng Is tho program Solo Willard
j I ten reading Georgia Johnson song
male quartet song mixed quartet solo
Dr Thompson solo Tressle Larsen read
iff Nellie McArthur solo Emma J An
i L erson cornet solo Merlin Anderson
Lr oho Ruth Candland
r Peter Jorgensen and Maria C Peterson
I juth of Spring City and both oer ro
J ars of age were mnrrled this week at
1 I Jantl
t Mr and Mrs Wilford Ruff of Scoflelfl
re visiting relatives in Moroni
J Annie Jorgensen has returned to Salt 1
li she after a short visit with relatives in
J i rvlew
1 pt LEHI
4 ccial to Tho HeraldRepublioan
j il I Miirch 6Tho largest social
1 i of the year was the Commercial
ball Friday evening Beforo the
J there was a game of basketball
pp ion the fat and lean members of
lub The large number of dancers
nt made tho affair a success both
illy and financially I
rs Felix Long returned from Provo I
jtdnesday where she spent the past
t iftnth visiting her daughter Mrs
s tomas Broadbent
Mr and Mrs James M Kirkham
w ert Salt Lake visitors Wednesday
1 Mrs William Larsen who has spent
I t tie winter with her parents Mr and
tr William Sharp returned to her
Ii 1 onto at Blackfoot Idaho Saturday
If I Mr and Mrs George Elsmore of Salt
C Mike spent the early part of tho week
t 1 Iehl
si 1 Mr and Mrs George Austin Mr and
Mr and Mrs
j ls John Armstrong
I i ark Austin Misses Emma and Flor
nee Austin came down from Salt Lake
11 n automobiles last Saturday and spent
Sunday in Lehi
Mrs S T Goodwin entertained about
itrtvflve children Monday In honor
1 er little daughters birthday The
Uldren enjoyed themselves with
s Taes and refreshments
Cfi Misses Mabel Goates and Elgira
LI hurman gave an Easter musical at
< ll I ie Primary school building Thursday
1 iorning The program was much on
1 Morning
r wed by those present
I The L and I club was very delight
ully entertained Thursday evening
h it the home of Miss Jemima Hansen
Vn interesting program was rendered
tad refreshments < < were served
Miss Maudo iflrkham who has been
f a Islting friends in Cache Valley for
jome time IMS returned home
Mrs Charles Friel and Mrs Birdie
Sloddard spent > Wednesday in Salt
Q i fj The members of the Fourth ward Mu
usl gave a danceIn the bank building
ust Tuesday evening
The B B club met at thohome of Miss
al Petering 1 tttn day pvenin ito I
1n ndi
1 f rt 11 + ntnt strwlng
i e + lllnpnts were served Those present
n r
V t
were Misses Mary Julia and Martha Anne
Fox Liiella and Delia Peterson Amy
Whlpplo and GoldieDorton
I Mr and Mrs Nate Rockhill spent
I Thursday and Friday In Salt Lake
The Old Folks committee gave one of
I j the most enjoyable dancing parties of the
season Wednesday evening
The Second ward Sunday school gave
a concert and dance In the Assembly
rooms Thursday night for the benefit of
the tabernacle organ
Mrs Rachel Wanlass entertained Tues
day afternoon honor of the birthday
of her little son Earl About twenty lit
tle tots were present Dainty refresh
ments were served
A number of friends and relatives of
Bishop John Stoker gave him a very
pleasant surprise Thursday evening
Mr and Mrs Ren Wells spent Wednes
day and Thursday in Salt Lake
Mrs Will McCosnle of Payctte is in
Lehi to spend the summer
The Areo Glee club met Wednesday
evening at the home of Miss Dulcie Webb
Misses Ethel Ross and Clara Bone went
to American Fork Wednesday evening to
attend the opera given in that city
Mr and Mrs Joseph Glover entertained
Dr and Mrs H C Stookey Sunday even
ing at dinner
Miss Edna Stookoy with her music pu
pils gave a very Interesting and enter +
taming recital Saturday evening at the
home of Abel John Evans Those taking
part were Lloyd Webb Claudia Stookey
Leila Southwlck Lexla Stookey Chester
Thomas Hazel Evans Mirl Clark and
Odessa Allred
A very pleasant surprise party was ten
dered Mr and Mrs Ed Bone Thursday
by a number of their friends The even
Ing was spent In music and games and
refreshments were served
Mrs A M Stewart entertained sixteen
ladies l Tuesday an oldfashioned rag
bee At 12 oclock a sumptuous dinner
was served and at 6 the ladies sat down
again to a table that fairly groaned with
good things
The Orchis flub was entertained Wed
nesday evening at the home of Miss Myr
tle Willis The evening was spent In
sewing after which refreshments wera
serve Those present were Misses Myr
tle Willis Eva Willis Ivy Thomas Ella
Woods Mary Powell Edna Rolfe and
A large number of guests were enter
tained Saturday evening at the home of
Mr and Mrs Ben Tott Jr A very Jolly
time was had by all present At 11 oclock
luncheon was served
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Logan March 26lrs L L Larsen
gave a social Thursday evening
honor of her daughter Marie who is
here from Portland for a visit The
Larsen home was elaborately decorat
e d a profusion of carnations being
mostbeautiful Cardsand music were
enjoyed and supper was served About
fifty guests were present
Mfs W C Baber was surprised by a
large number of her friends Friday
evening A merry evening was spent
with music games and cards Re
freshments were served
Mr and Mrs J E Shepherd were tho
chaperons at a private dancing party
in the Fourth ward hall Friday even
Ing There were about forty present
Mrg LUther Howell and Mrs George
Torgeson entertained Tuesday after
noon at a five hundred card party The
game was played at eight tables The
decorations were In white and pink
many carnations being used
Mrs Sydney Stevens entertained at a
bridge party Saturday afternoon
Dainty refreshments were served I
The Clio circle was entertained at
luncheon Wednesday at Murdocks At
the club session which preceded the
entertainment Mrs William M Howel
gave an Interesting reading from Marl
Mrs Kate Preston Is visiting rela
tives and friends In Salt Lake
Mr and Mrs Frank West left here
this week for Chicago where they wll
remain for some time Mr West hav
ing decided to again take up his studies
The Scandivanians of this city en
joyed a social in the Eighth ward hall
Tuesday evening
The Swedish Literary society of this
cIty gave a ball and social in the
Fourth ward hall Friday evening
which was one of the social events of I
the season
Miss Agnes Cassidy left Sunday for
Boise where she will be the guest of I
Mrs Andrew Flack for a couple of I
Mrs A L Cole spent the first of the
week > with friends In Salt Lake I
Mr and Mrs John J Carslon enter
tained at cards Thursday night Pro I
gressive euchre was played at six ta
bles and refreshments were served I
Professor Larsen entertained a party
of his school friends at his home In
3rcenvllle Saturday
Mrs AyD Bell has returned to her
home in this city after an extended
sojourn at Hot Springs andSalt Lake
Mr and Mrs E W Robinson spent
part of the week with Salt Lake
Dr and Mrs Reynolds returned Tues
day after an extended stay in Salt
Miss Ellen Thomas of Ogden Is the
guest of Mr and Mrs H G Smurth
E P Bacon reached home the first
of the week from Las Cruces N VI
where he and Mrs Bacon spent a good
part of the winter Mrs Bacon will re
main with relatives in Las Cruces for
Borne time
Leonard J Kelsey of Whatcom
Wash who Is here 1 on a visit was en
tertained Tuesday evening by Mr and
Mrs A F Clark
Mr and Mrs T C Jensen left Sun
day for Butte Mont where they will I
remain for some time
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Springvllle March 2GMrs Mary Miner
has gone to Eureka to spend a few days
with relatives
AVlhnott Boyer teacher at Colton spent
Sunday at home with his folks
Miss Sadie Wiscomb who has been In
Salt Lake with her sister for several
months Js at home again
Harvey Carter and wife have gone to
Colorado for the summer
Dr N II Packard was a Provo visitor
Mr and Mrs Francis A Child of Lehi
were visiting In Rprlngville Sunday with
Mrs Childs parents Mr and Mrs John
John Alleman was at Provo Thursday
on business
Seymour Mendenhall and X K Nielsen
were Payson visitors Monday
Fred SmiUi went to Idaho Wednesday
where he intends to spend the summer
Lewis Johnson from Tintic spent Sun
I day at Sprlngvllle
Mrs Hyde of Provo was In Sprlngvllle i
Friday visiting with Mr and Mrs > George
Herbert Robinson spent Friday and Sat
urday at Eureka on business
George Raymond aud Miss Matilda
Cook rtere married last Tuesday
E AT Crandall who has been at Bliss
Ida for some time is at home again
Walter Robinson Spent Wednesday in
Salt lake on business
The Second ward choir gave a sacred
concert last Sunday night which was well
attended and very mach enjoyed An
Interesting program was rendered
Mrs T R Halllday of Pleasant Grove
spent Sunday and Monday in Sprlngvllle
the guest of Mrs N K Nielsen
Mrs Heber Jex of Provo was in Spring
vlllfr the early part of the week visiting
Mrs George and Mrs Koyes of Provo
were in Springville Friday the guests of
Mrs Viola Roylance
Mr and Mrs George H Hammond of
Sunnyslde are spending the week In
Springville with relatives and friends
Mrs Abby Whiting of Mapleton was In
town last Thursday
L W Lund of Pleasant Grove was a
Sprinrvllle visitor Friday
Dr Ball gave a very Interesting lecture l
on agriculture at the high school last
Frlflaj evening
Lee Boyer went to Idaho last Friday
Mrs Lovell Mendenhall and Mrs Rich
ard Mcndenhall of Mapleton were vlslt
lug in town last Saturday
Mrs Kelly ot American Fork spent
Sunday in SprfngviHe vjth relatives
Mr and Mrs Tliolde Brown and Mr
and Mrs Henry Brown are preparing to
leave next week for Denver where they
intend making their homes
George Harrison spent Fridays Amer
ican Fork visiting his daughter Mrs
Joseph Storm
Mark Reynolds now traveling sales
man for Scowcroft Ogden was in town
Frank Oenimell J lefV la8t FridayffoH
Arco Ida
N 1C Nielsen spent Friday at Goshen
Where he dedicated the new school build
Misses Clara Cole and Pearl Ingrem of
Nephl were Springville visitors the early
part of the week
The Home Culture club met at thehomo
of Mrs JanejChase Friday afternoon
TheIfigV stlftt olbnsKcfball teanrVas
royally entertained at an appointed dinner
by Mr and Mrs Walter Robinson The
decorations in high school colors were
tastefully l
One of the most successful dancing par
ties this season was given Friday night
by the H S F club
The Womans club met at tho home of
Mrs Viola RbylahteiasE Friday after
A mothers meeting under the auspices
of the Home Culture club was held In
the high school assembly room Friday
I srco The Big White Store 4551 E Third South r = DJ Its Easy to Pay thai X L Way STORES G0 t a
I A Sale of t Arts and Crafts Mission Furniture r ° i
f iNt
Invest in this real Arts and Crafts mission furniture f r
For though you buy the furniture at less than its
real worth you may hand it down to your grandchildren t
at an enhanced value r
Of the loads of crude poorly constructedproducts masquerading under the name
of Mission Furniture If we have only this to say S
Be sure of what you buy Trade with a reliable house We stand back of every l
stick of furniture we sell Should I any piece ever go wrong even months after you t
have bought it were here to set the matter right l t
I ll l
Savings Average Half p t
Much of this immense ying is on sample lines from Furniture Expositions some of the pieces slightly marred surplus stocks and discontinued pat
terns Because these cpme from manufacturers who regularly supply us we can guarantee the quality 1
In addition we have marked many pieces from our own regular stocks at special reductions These hints indicate the savings
Early English Fumed Oak Mission Furniture Early English Mission Styles
Mission Clocks Most pi eces Lave loose spring cushion also loose seats Rocker Settee worth 3750 for 2000
Some have loose cushion spring backs worth 75 for 5150
Davenport I Davenport was 130 now 8750
r I rl
I I i Inhl I 750 Arm Chair 500 20 Arm Chair 1250
1 > e Library Desk with steel safe worth 2750 for 1800
It 950 Desk Chair 600 2000 Settees 1250
r I r 1250 Chair 750 35 Settee 2300 Library Table with steel safe worth 3000 for 1875
p ltlu i la i I 1600 Rocker 950 35 Morris Chair 2350 Arm Chair worth 20 for 1100 Ann Chair was 3250 1950 r
h l li l itin i 4350 Settee 275T Arm Chair was 23 now 1450 Ann Chair worth 6500 3750 r
Chair was 25 now 1500 Arm Rocker was 3200 1950
Fi Sample I Line of Toilet I Sets 5 Child Arm Chair 37565 Arm Rocker 3750
a I 6 > I 1 J Savings Average Near Half 225 Axminster 25 F i
i + h ICI I 1 I i A manufacturers complete sample line of Toilet Carpet Priced at I t
1 b 1 ll ii I I i a Sets sale Monday at half
on near price
i j goes
I ° Best patterns sell first hence a
15Y 1 i About fifty sets in the lot hardly any two alike Dpcora these short ends of carpets And d e r
i L p i tions arc gold floral and variously colored and tinted designs since the
we always largest
r Sets are in G 10 and 12 pieces variously consisting of carry
a bowl and chamber stocks the assortment of over 50
I r pitcher slop jar soap dish drinking mug t
l i l I I ib water pitcher and tooth brush holder pieces here permit liberal choos r s
illi s
d I ll ing Lengths sufficent to carpet
11 These are the
I savings
Cuspidors a good sized room
Iql I 350 Set for 175 Axminster Carpets for parlor t i t
L 40c Cuspidors 18c 600 Set for 375 library and dining room in tho tie t t i
Made of laga Rose wanted designs Color grounds i
Z I 700 Set for S485
Il6 MIl
l I wood beautifully tint are green red and tan Instead
2650 Hall Clock 1600 ed in brown and green 900 Set for 635 of 225 a yard 1 pay 125 4 it
45 Hall Clock 2850 1 Cuspidors 60c 1000 Set for 675 75c Ingrain Carpets 55c c t a
25 Hall Clock 1500 China in t
Cuspidors 1200 Set for 835 To save almost a third on a 4 de
5 Hanging Clock 275 various gold spray and 1320 Set for 900 splendid quality of Ingrain Car Wtl J C
tinted designs 1
pet is a bargain not to be missed i
A Sale I of Cedar Chests Baby Carriages Full halls yard bedrooms wide dining adapted rooms for e 4 l I i
Cloth and fur protection against moths and insects in 33c on the Dollar etc Limited color assortment in l
these cedar chests And through a lucky trade movement we pleasing designs
Ve have about an odd dozen baby
are able to offer you these savings E
carriages and gocarts in various
1000 Chest 16 inches by 32 by 14 inches 650 sizes made 01 reed and rattan splen
Wilton Velvet I
1 75 t
1150 Chest 19 inches by 36 by 17 inches 725 didly put together fur 1 on e ve 115
2500 Chest 20 inches by 48 by 14 inches 1625 nished with parasol and cushions Axminster Carpet
Choice of the lot at onethird regu
4500 Chest 24 inches by 57 by 34 inches 3250 lar price
These sizes slightly marred 3000 carriage for 1000 Occasionally we get outoftown orders from customers who improperly ft
2250 carriage for 750 measure their roomsthe result is a misfit carpet
1100 Chest for 675
1550 gocart for 500 We have quite a few of these carpets now on hand to sell for much less iF
19 tJ 0 Chest for 750
25 Chest for 1250 All others at proportionate prices than the usual price
And if the carpet isnt the right size for your room well make it fit 1
Shirt Waist Boxes Vnderpriced
W e Grind Cutlery A great number of rugs have 1 also 1 been made up from short I ends of Wil
Firmly I made of substantial 1 wood Inside prettily grained ery
° ton velvet and Axmiuster Come in all sizes colors and designs
outside matting and bamboo covered Brass handles on sides Our grinding department in charge nn
Two Styles and Siz s of KIND expert OF artisans EDGE PUTS on knives THE RIGHT razors Choose from either carpets or rugs at the rate per yard of 115 4
w 550 S AV box 425 850 S W box 525 shears and all cutlery
51250 Prices are reasonable Deliveries For Linoleum Remnants
1 1250 S AV box 775 1500 S AV box 1 975 exact to the amount promised 90c or
C worth regular to 165
13943 ThreeRoom Outfit
9 8 5 0 I A pleasing assortment of linoleum remnants double width in various
Specially Furnished at I lengths Many large enough for goodsized rooms
I I ha
535U Bed Spreads 185
Largest size white Marseilles bed spread fringed with cut comers t t
I slightly soiled so instead of 350 pay 185
I i I Why ca The Free is the Sewing Machine For You
I i
I1 i u Of all sewing machines made there are just two styles ROTARY t
f a and VIBRATORY 1
J j 1 j h THE ROTARY runs fastest and lightest THE VIBRATORY lasts
+ longest and is easiest to operate
1 Ir
I In a ROTARY machine speed and light running qualities come
i ° I s largely through the use of a rotary shaft
r 4 I i In a VIBRATORY machine durability and ease of operation come
I a through the use of a vibrating shuttle
To develop the perfect ncTilng1 mncliluc It was neeeuBnrj to combine HiI
i rotary ftlinft with the tlbrntiug tthuttlc Thin inoclinnicnl movement has I
been perfected only In The Free sewing machine through nhat In called t
the Rotoaclllo movement
And this is only one of the many Improvements in The Free that com
bines the best features of the Rotary and Vibratory machines
For The Free also has eight sets of ball bearings automatic shuttle
1 ejector automatic lacking drawers French leg design that is dust proof ro
q 1 1 Y w = tary spool pin needle which cant go in wrong automatic tension release
These are only a few reasons why The Free runs fastest runs lightest
lasts longest IB handsomest Is easiest to operate operates with lese vibration e
makes tho best stitch
Will you drop in nUll let us show you on the machine the actual supers
i orlty of The Free
The Free is sold on cash or easy payments
Our special three rooms outfit with everything complete for the home is a rare bargain Were you to down and you have full use of tho machine in
buy each item seParately shown in the outfit on our fifth floor you would pay laOAB 2 00 your home while you make the weekly pay 100
Because we sell many of these outfits however we feature them at 9850 meats of
Take the complete outfit k
to your home Pay for it 1 j 50 a week I no buys a wee the a
I I Because of its thorough construc t
Order Mail
II By j tion of malleable iron and steel
Bargains advertised here are not alone for the Monarch Range never develops air leaks And since it never has air lip
city folks Out oftown customers also may t leaks the fire in a Monarch Range is always even and uniform Fur this IE ti i
profit oj reason the Monarch Range does better work than the common ruige w I ith
I Quick action however is generally neces onethird to onehalf less fuel i
sary When you see something advertised Yes there are twenty other reasons which we shall be pleased to explain
that you want write immediately at any time why the Monarch is the stay satisfactory range +
A placard in the window tells the
neighbors about ita classified ad gets
the attention ot the prospective tenant
or lodger
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Lawrence New York CityFand 1662 F
street Washington D c Established
49 years Clients in 45 states Refer
ences McLachlen Bkg Corporation
WashIngton Alaga Syrup Co Mont
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