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Re: iris books

Hi! Happy Holidays to all of you! We just got back from Texas and
Kansas. Got to see nine of the eleven grandkids! We had a wonderful
ten days. (except for the drive in blowing snow) I just had to tell you
what a friend gave us for Christmas. He found ,in a used book store, a
1930 issue of "The Iris" by John C. Wister. We are thrilled. Also Wayne
surprised me with a gift certificate for "Iris,Flower of the Rainbow".
Can't wait to start reading! (While we wait to see what's happening on
the job front!)
We want to say welcome to Pete McGrath. We know Pete will be a wonderful
addition to the iris list. 
Leslie in Omaha

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