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Re: june

In a message dated 2/20/99 9:08:49 PM Central Standard Time,
sussextreeinc@ce.net writes:

<< Both 'June' and 'Paradise Joyce'(Francen?) are sports of Halcyon >>
I remember the first time I tried to buy 'June' -- it was at a garden tour
auction (I believe the Russ O'Hara HS summer tour) in Marshalltown, IA. I
thought "Wow! I like that. I think I'll bid on it." Needles to say - I had no
where enough money on hand to purchase it. As I remember, it went for several
hundred dollars!!
I now have my own which is going to be 4 years old this year. It is getting
better every year. Love it a lot.
Well, worth what I paid for it (Don't remember how much, but it was no where
near even $100!!!)

Rhonda Deeds
Waterloo, IA
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