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FT 8-10 6-10 1-4 (M 2-5 0^3 XM) 17-33 FT 5-7 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-5 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-1 04) 0-0 TF 22 20 7 6 6 2 0 63 TF 13 9 8 6 6 4 3 2 P 2 0 13 8 2 2 0 0 17 7 7 4 2 1 0 4 60 56 h • \s 9 Sec. 2 — The Tribune-Prew, Gouverneur, N. Y. February 9, 1972 I •' Rensselaer Falls man hospitalized with burns PRIZE^INNLNG SMILE - Billy Dick son, age 3, son ofTYSr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Dtckson of South Windsor, Conn., has been awarded National Honorable Mention in the 37th Children's National Photograph Contest held recently at C. Fox and Company, Hartford, Conn. Billy is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dtckson* Clinton St.. and Mr. and Mrs. William Hammond, Prospect SI. < By DOROTHY CRANE Ralph Hammond was seriously burned while assisting his brother-in-law, Thomas Derosia, in repairing a clogged coil in the heating system of the Derosia home Jan 29 Hammond was taken to Hepburn hospital where he remained for treatment. Derosia, suffering less serious burns to both knees, was treated and released Those who participated in the Masonic-Eastern Star Bowling Tournament in Canton Jan 30 were Air and Mrs. Harry Stiles, Jr , Mr and Mrs Curtis Ham- mond, Mr. and Mrs Harold Carpenter, Mr and Mrs. -Raymond Hammond, Mr. and Mrs Donald Hammond and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bayne Bobby Stiles was a Jan. 29 weekend guest of Timmy Whalen in Canton . Mrs Ethel McMullen, who underwent major surgery at Hepburn hospital Jan. 14 remains a patient there Cards would help to ease the long days of recuperation. , Mrs. Elsie Young attended the wedding of her niece, Dolly Young, youngest daughter of the late Me. and Mrs. Algie Young, of Mud Lake. Miss Young became the bride of Gene Wright of Heuvelton at St Raphael's Church in Heuvelton Jan. 29 Mrs. Elsie Young accompanied Mrs Dorothy Ferguson, Mrs. Lucille Mulvkugh, Mrs. Doreen McKim and Mrs. Ethel Browne, all of Canton, to the Social Visit at Amaranth Court of Gouvernaor Jan 26 The Jolly-8 Bridge Club, met at the home of Mrs. Lauren Lytle Jan 27 Present were Mrs amin Childs, Mrs Donald Hammond, Mrs Curtis .Ham- mond, Mrs. Walter Herinf! Mrs. Harry Stiles, Jr and guest Mrs. Betty Lytle High score was won by Mrs. Stiles; low, Mrs Hering and the circulating prize was won l>y Mrs. Childs. The Valentine meeting will be at the home of Mrs Donald Hammond Mrs. Elsie Young and her lister. Mrs Spencer Morris of Canton called on Mrs Lloyd Hutton of Fine Feb 1 Mr and Mrs* Harold Sargent and Miss June Mille/ were dinner guests of Mrs Olive Wilson of South Coltoi) Jan 23 Sincere sympathy is extended to the family of the late Doris VanDyke. Though a resident of Odgensburg at the time of her death, Mrs VanDyke was long a resident of Rensselaer Fails and is survived here by one son, Theodore, and a granddaughter William Carey of the South Macornb News Notes ichville News Items . By MRS ROBERT BROWN ^ Mr and Mrs Mike Crownei\ Fullerville were Jan 29 supper guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Brown Later they all enjoyed dancing at the Pines to celebrate Mike's 24th birthday Mrs Betty Gray called on her sister-in-law, Mrs Jessie Walker, Jan 30 and also visited her brother. Spencer Walker Mr and Mrs. Jack Cornell and children. Mr and Mrs Tom Laidlaw. Rodney Walker, Jim Loucks and a friend called on Mr. and Mrs Mert Gray by snowmobiles the afternoon of Jan 30 Ethel Willard was a Jan 30 caller of Mr$ Jennie Gore and Mrs Harriet Spooner. Mr. and Mrs Roland Weatherup, Scotch Settlement Road were Jan 30 callers of Mrs. Hah Phair and Mrs Joyce Clyde. .Mr and Mrs Wesley Clyde, Natural Bridge. Linda, Joe and Pat called on Mrs Joyce Clyde the evening of Jan 30. Mr and Mrs Donald Brown, Island Branch Road, called on Harold Hay den and Mrs. ILah , PHair Thursday evening. Mr .and Mrs Ivan Breaky. Heuvelton Road, Mrs. Clyde Jones, Gilmet Street Road. Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Jones and Mr. and Mrs. James Bowhall, Gouverneur, were Jan. 30 visitors of Mr and Mrs Meredith Jones to celebrate the birthdays of Wendell Jones and Mrs Bowhall Penny Ayen, DeKalb was a Jan 29 weekend guest of Cindy •Newcombe Mr and Mrs Howard Newcombe and children called on his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newcombe. Macomb, Jan 30 Mr and Mrs Carl Jones, Col ton, were Jan 24 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Ivan Coates Mr and Mrs Mark Dodds. Live Oaks, Fla . and Mr and Mrs €lark Dodds were Thursday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Coates. Mr and Mrs Lyle JJigelow Jan 29 callers of his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Bigejow Mr. and 'Mrs Albert Walker were Jan 30 callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Bigelow Mr and Mrs Ross Putraan called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Putman. Pope Mills the evening of Jan 28 Stanley Smith called on Mr. and Mrs John Miller one day last week Harold Hayden and Pete Mclntosh were Jan. 29 luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs John - Miller Mr and Mrs.,, Ivan * Gordon, West Herman, were recent callers ofMrs John Miller Mr. and Mrs Miller and children spent Jan 29 with her mother, Mrs Ilah Phair and her sister. 'Mrs Joyce Clyde. \\ Steve and Lisa Mills spent the weekend of Jan 29 with Tom, Ted and Ann Gardner. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mills and Mr. and Mrs. Don Finley attended the snowmobile races in Malone Jan 29-30 Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Burston, Vfatertown were Jan.» weekend guests of her brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Carl Parks. Mrs Luella Whit tan and grand- daughter Julie, Vera Conklin and Grace Conlin called on their mother, Mrs Emma McCarty at Massena Thursday Mrs Franjt LaFalce went to Auburn over the weekend of Jan. 29 She brought her mother. Mrs Roy Taylor, back to spend a few weeks Mrs Charles Keyes spent Jan. '28 with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs. Alfred Brown Mrs. Sharon Keyes, Oxbow, was also a caller at the Brown home Mrs Charles Keyes spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs Mert Gray, later Charles was a. supper and evening guest of Mr and Mrs Gray Ed Smith. Patti and Eddie attended the snowmobile races held in Malone Jan. 29. Patty Sweeney was a Jan. 29 overnight -guest of marianne Hall. Mr and Mrs. Norbert Hall attended the wedding and reception of Dora Dal ton and Clarence McAdam at the Rich- ^yille United Church Jan. 30. Mr and Mrs Gary Davis and daughters, Ogdensburg, and Mrs. William Karoiyi and children, Rensselaer Falls were Jan. 29 callers of theif parents, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Davis Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Davis were Jan 30 dinner guests of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr.-and Mrs William- Karoiyi, Ren- sselaer Falls Mrs Jane Yerdon and Norma attended a baby shower in honor of Mrs. Kathy Denner, Water- town, at the home of Mrs. Vicky O'Riley, Gouverneur, the evening of Jan 29. Mr. and Mrs. Murry Yerdon and Norma attended the supper at the American Legion home Jan. 28 If anyone has any news for my column, I would appreciate it if -they would call me anytiro* before Wednesday forenoons at 287-0384 Mr and Mrs. Robert Brown, and children called on Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crowner, Fullerville, the evening of Feb. 2. By NORMA SITTS ; Winners at the Macomb Grange card party were first, Myrtle Lynde and Robert Tulley; second, Noreen Blance, and Larry Armstrong, and low, Mary Hatch and Wallace' Dusharm. The graveling prize was awarded to Melvin Lee, and the door prize to Ruth Johnson Myrtle Knowlton was Queen for the month of January at the Macomb NO NO TOPS. Judith Raybura, Judith Liberty and John McCasland, Saranac Lake, and Elizabeth Coolidge were Jan 29 weekend guests at Mr. and Mrs Walter Ray bums Mary Youngs spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Fleming, Paula and Beth and Mr. and Mrs Tom Woods and Michele were Jan. 29 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Hutton. Mr and Mrs. Bill Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sitts and children and Mr and Mrs John Sitts spent Jan 30 at the Sitts Pleasant Lake camp enjoying ice fishing and snowmobiling. t Mr and Mrs. James Blance and Noreen and Mr. and Mrs. ; CIaude Powers visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shippee, Jan 31. Mr. Shippee had* recently returned home from the local hospital following an injury at work. Mr and Mrs. H. G Turner visited Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Mc- Neil, Ogdensburg, Feb. 1. Mr and Mrs. Robert Hall and , family and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hutton, were Jan. 31 guests of the Richard Tulleys at their Plesant Lake camp. Edwin Knowlton entered the local hospital Feb. l for surgery. A bridal shower was held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Douglas Hays for Carol Hays who became the bride of Thomas McKay, Saturday, Feb. 5. Noreen Blance spent Thursday Antwerp man injured in automobile accident By MRS. T.WILLIAMS Roy D Eggleston was involved in an accident on Route 11 near Coffins Service Station Jan. 24. He was taken by ambulance to the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where he underwent surgery the following day He is listed in fair condition at this writing. Several persons in the area are The standard deduction is up this year. But maybe you should itemize. Your best buddy Lennv mipht have told you to itemize your deductions because it * would save you more tax dollars Your neighbor possibly suggested-faking the standard deduction because you d pay -Jess taxes that *a> And Frank down at the office ... he helps everybody with their return . . *hat did Frank recommend 0 If there s some way to save you rnonev on voar • income tax H A- R Block will know ho* to do it Itemized and stand ard deductions are noth ing new We've been r ~~ preparing; returns for vean • \ using both Well figure out your Ktuat>on both wcy* and then prepare your return using the . method that s b«t for you You »e* for onlv a few dollars more than it co*tJ to do rt yourself • with advice maybe from K>me other amateur >ow can have your tax re-rum pr*-pmr*d with complete t5onf>dentiaht> by a specially trmirx^d mem . Wr of the H' * R Block trnxr. There are thousands of them in own 6 00G conven •ientJ> k>oted off>oet Each raemb^r of H A R Bkx* '» warrr. Jheadij arid ani>ou» to hep you A vim;: tc H A R Block QCuaLy t*Vi ju*J a aSorT hw» Once in oor office >*o\ »rt d<mn over « free cap of caff* and f] i. MAW t AJK TO things about your income tax that you never knew existed Things that we know, because income tax returns are our only business H & R Block s fees start at So and the average cost was under $12 50 for over 7 miitio'h families we served last year Furthermore if your return is audited we will accompany von, at no exi^c cost, to the In- ternal Reverse Service and explain how your return was prepared, even though we will not act a* your lefa*. repre- sentative It means that H A R Block also offers you year \round tar service for just one £ low fee with no extra charfe for audfts arrd estimates . Ye* it • true The standard deduction >• up this year It s one of the many thing! well consider *»Sen we do your return- IDONT LET AN AMATEUR DO H*ft BLOCK'S JOB. H&R Block. ill with colds or virus. Many have been real sick Mr. and Mrs James Cum- mings of Rochester spent the Jan. 29 weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilder Jr £. J. Williams and son, Frank were Jan. 30 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Williams. Mrs. Stella Main. Carthage, and Mrs. Grace Lewis of Black River were Jan 29 callers at the home of Mrs Clara Wallace The Antwerp - Philadelphia Rotary Club met Jan '31 at the Quaker Village Restaurant, Philadelphia, with Charles Jones in charge of the program Guest speaker was Miss Jamile Bar- diera student from Brazil, at- tending Indian River Central School She spoke upon the educational advantages, climate customs, architecture of Brazil and illustrated her talk with colored slides Other guests were Joe Abdallah Dayton. Jim Corvick. Evans Mills. John Barnard. Wafertown and Donald R LaShome and James Signor Adams The February' meetings held at the Congregational Church session room in An twerp The next meeting will be held today i Wednesday . The program will be a Qub Assem- bly The meeting »\U be held m a basement dming room as there :s a Congregational supper being held on the mam floor AMMAN Randy Wilder spent the Jan 29 weekend at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Charles Wilder Jr Randy enlisted Jan 30. in and i$ stationed at Quomet Pair.; LI Antwerp Chapter lffe QES met Jan 25 with Dora Dathna* associate matron presiding Follow :ng -the meeting a idi&cuswor. was heid m-,th Mr* Jean GiUette. Presxlent of the Board oi Education as moderator Dr Dadey i»at . present Phiiosophy ar>d GoAii tt was the topic of the cfeftruaooc whKt stcruded a ar>d The nen mtefcag wl\ t 14 Past Matron! Out ^U hcki a Va>entu>e party and covered £sh suaoer at 6 X p SL- with Mrs NJohn Raymo,* DePeyster * Mr. and Mrs. Donald Swem Are Jan. 31 guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Andrews, Black Lake. Mrs. Stella Turner called on ,.California Mrs. Donald Swim Feb. 2 .Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shippee were Jan 30 visitors of Mr. and Mrs Claude Powers ' Leon Wobdworth, Gouverneur, called on Mr and Mrs Henry Macaulay Feb 1. Mr and Mrs Morris Lee recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Van Etten Mr and Mrs. Claude Powers were Feb. 1 evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sharpe, DePeyster. Mr. and Mrs. David Rastley and family were Jan 31 guests of Mr and Mrs. Donald Swem in honor of Mr. Swem's birthday. Betty Washbum, Watertown, 4 and Mrs. Haroold Bresett, Jr and children were Jan. W 29 weekend guests of Mrs. Alvin Washburn. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moulton, Doneville, Ont., were Jan. 29 visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lee • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunning spent the afternoon of Jan. 30 with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hugh to. Mr and Mrs Roger Hughto spent the evening of Jan. 30 with Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Hughto. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Powers were Thursday supper guests of * Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fleming. v Mrs. John Sitts was a luncheon guest at Mrs. James Griffith Feb. 1. Mrs. Roger Hughto called on Mrs. George tagalls and Butch Jan. 30. \ The Brasie Corners UPW met at Stella Turner's, Wednesday. Election of officers was held with Jean Bogardus named president,. Ruth Wainwright, vice- president; Ruth Hutton, secretary; Dorine ^Tulley, treasurer and linna Sitts, World Service secretary Bandages were made for a hospital in Linda. Mrs. Eddie Hutton and Mrs. Oliver Johnson visited Mrs Johnson's sister. Mrs. Rose Woodrow, at the Mercy Hospital last week Jan. 30 dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Youngs were Mr and Mrs. James Spicer and family, Mr. and Mrs Leonard Young and family and Francis Tyler. Mr and Mrs John Sitts left Friday morning for a short vacation in Florida The groundhog saw his shadow, so better keep those snow shovels handy for awhile yet' Jan. 30 guests of Mr. and Mrs Steven Alguire were Mr and Mrs Allen LaClaire. Balmat. and Mr and Mrs ilobert LaClaire, Brier Hill. Mr and Mrs Allen LaClaire were Wednesday dinner guests of the Steven Alguire s. island Branch By ELAINE BONEY Mr and Mrs Ray LaBow at- tended the wedding of his sister, Mrs Dora Dalton to Clarence McAdam of Gouverneur at the United Church in Richville and also attended the reception following Mr and Mrs Ray LaBow and family visited Mr and Mrs Roy iLaBou Hailesboro. the evening of Jan 27 Other guests were Mr and Mrs Glenn Kennedy The Kennedys left for Pennsylvania Jan 30 where they will\ make their home Mr and Mrs Timothy Tanner and daughter have moved from the apartment of her parents Mr and Mrs Charles Wilder Jr to Theresa -' A pedro party was r,eid at the Legion r*ome Jar. 29 with Mr and ]Mrs £r>c McBnde as hosts Jftraes were awarded as follows, women s high Bor,r.:e Van- Tassei iow Urxia Dcxuter imea'i h*gr. Rene Desormeaux km Enc Me Bride traveling Robert Doxuter and door Kevls iLove Antwerp TOPS Qub rrvet Fet 1 &\ the e*err.-er,ur> *choo. w-.ir. Frames McBrvbe :ea-Ger S:r.eer. m*rr.:>ers »ere presen: Mn Marine \. ar.E'ier. *a.s queer for tr.* rr.cr.tr trxi E-.ervr E*#er qjf^r for the *«* Mee^r^s are be.i each Tje*da> a: * JC a: tr* tdhoc* Road was taken to Canton hospital Jan. 30 suffering from pneumonia There were eight tables of pedro players at the Jan 31 card 'party in the Grange Hall. Win- ners were women's high, Alice Robson, low, Grace Eustis; men's high, Carl Gilmour, low, Leo Benware and Lucille Guasconi won the Door Prize Clarence Poor was removed from his home to Hepburn hospital by the Ogdensburg Rescue Squad Feb 1 He is a pneumonia patient - The Senior Citizens met Feb. 1 Wanahena By MARJORIE BAXTER Mr and Mrs Kenneth Titus and daughter Renee visited Mrs. Titus' mother Mrs. Edith Young at Pierces Comers the weekend of Jan 22 They also visited other relatives ^ , Mrs James King and infant daughter have arrived in from Hawan and expected Mr King, to be discharged Jan 31 and join them. Their car is being shipped to California from Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brown of Edwards called on Mr and Mrs. XennethTitus one day last week. Bill Snow is vacationing in Florida where he is visiting his mother. 4 . _ Herbert Olson recently visited relatives at Victory and also enjeyed a vacation in Florida Charles Titus has resumed his studies at Albany State Teachers College after spending Christmas and New Years with his parents Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Titus. Mrs, Alice Hazelton has returned to her home here after spending some time with her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs. Cecil Hazelton at Massena. The Cecil Hazeltons^ became the parents of a -daughter on Christmas Day. They have one other daughter. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Snow of Beaver Falls, ^nd Mrs. Helen Steinhelber were in town this past week to visit. The Snows visited his parents and Mrs. Steinhelber visited friends. Charles Titus and Don Hamele enjoyed -skiing at Big Tupper recently Mrs. Joseph King has been ill and unable to work at Clifton- Fine Central School. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Cut way and sons of Brier Hill were recent weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. HarokJDeVol. with 21 present Mrs Mildred Childs, president, presided The meeting was followed with a program which included viewing slides of California's Disneyland and scenes of the south taken by William McAdoo while he was in service They were shown to the ' group by his mother, Betty McAdoo Emerson Richie was a supper guest of his cousin, Mrs Arthur Bill Jan 28 Those from the United Church of Rensselaer Falls who attended the Parish Council meeting at Flac^ville Jan 27 were the Rev . Davio ^-Greenfield, Benjamin ChildiSr, Clifford Poor, Mrs John Moore and'Mrs Leroy Gush* a Mrs Elsie Young, District Deputy Grand Royal Matron of the Order of Arnaranth, ac- companied by Mrs Lillian Sayer of DeKalb Junction, a Past Grand Royal Matron of the Order; Mrs Dorothy Ferguson, of Canton, Royal Matron of St Lawrence Court of Canton; and Mfs Lucille Mulvaugh, of Cantpn, were guests at a Social Visit to Sterling . Court of Watertowpl Jan .24. They wittnessed the inrtaition of three candidates. ; . Roderic Roca, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Roca. has now been assigned the following address while in basic .training: Pvt. Roderic Roca 051-46-9905, Co. E , 17BN 5th TNG BDE (BCT), 3rd Plat USAARMC.FortKnox. Ky , 40121. .Many from the village attended the Rally Day Church Service at the DePeyster Methodist Church on Jan 30. where Rev Phillip , Allen, of St Raphaels Church of Heuvelton, was the guest speaker -Steven Childs, of Albany, was the Jan. 29 weekend guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs Benjamin Xhilds. Mr and Mrs Cliiford Poor •were Jan. 31 luncheon guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Arnold Pray of DePeyster The Girl Scout Cookie begins with orders which they will be taking from Feb 11 through 28 Remember this is the one means of raising money which is common to all Scout Troops during the entire year. Deliveries on the orders will be made from April 7-17 Should you not be visited by a Gril Scout you may call one of the two leaders whose troops will be involved in this undertaking. Mrs Charles Palmer or Mrs. David Green- Held. They will be glad to see that your ordef is taken. School Menu St James Parochial School Thursday, Feb 10 — Egg salad or peanut butter sandwich, vegetable soup, cherry cobbler. Friday, eb. 11 — Hero burgers, potato chips, doughnuts. Monday. Feb H — Hot meatball sandwich, green beans, fruit Tuesday. Feb 15~— Tuna and noodles, buttered peas, bread and butter. cooJues. We<inesday. Feb. 16 - Hot meat loaf, mashed potato, but- tered carrots, bread and butter, chocolate cake. Milk served with, all meal* Gouverneur Central Schools Thursday, Feb 10 — Roast \pork loaf, potato with gravy, green peas, bread and butter, jello Friday. Feb. 11 '— Macaroni and cheese, Harvard beets, brtad and .butter, applesauce raisin cake ^ Monday. Feb. 14 — Pizia, cabbage salad, bread and butter, applesauce. Tuesday. Feb 15 — Homemade chicken rice soup, peanut butter sandwich, sliced peaches. Wednesday, Feb 16 — Tomato soup with crackers, grilled cheese sandwich, pickle, sliced peaches Milk served with all meals County employment sets December high State Industrial Commissioner Louis L Levine has stated that employment in St. Lawrence County for December 1971 was 39.700, setting a new high for that month. The employment total for /November 1971 was 40,500 and ir? December 1970 employment totaled 39,400. Commissioner Levine said winter layoffs in construction and farming caused the job total to dip by 800 to 39,700. but the tocal was 300 more than the total for December 1970. Unemployment in St. Lawrence County in December was 3,700. as compared to the November 1971 total of 3,300 and 2,900 for December 1970. The unemployment rate was 8.6 per cent in December 1971 and for November 1971 the rate was 7.5 per cent. The unemployment rate for December 1970 was $9 per cent. . Old Man Winter SALE Ml t MAW ST.. <0UVHWBH> * V. THU&; t • » At. 9 • f; SAT. * • St» Steel 4- Snow Shovels SALE RE& SI 59 Preston* nti-Freeze Foaming Bath Oil in Lavender Ifoe* INK Rickey Yellow Rose- Strawberry Owe SALE KEG 9* Clearance Ice Augers rt* 11.97 SALE 7.88 13.97 SALE 8.88 19.97 SALE '11.99 Featherwetght-Prof essionil Brush Rollers SALE UST WQ RIO HAun r ^ Woodbury SHAMPOO IS 01. SIZE SALE REC 99c t^mmm Aluminum Sno-Disc ft* 297 SALE • 1.99 3.97 SALE 2.44 mmmmmamm : All Metal Tool Chests SALE IK. $3*7

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