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Re: St Loius Blues

>Hello all,
>A fellow club member has been looking for St Louis Blues, with no sucess. I
>thought I'd ask, is there anyone out there who has it (to sell or trade) or
>knows where we can find it. We would like to get it for her Birthday. 
><shan@montana.net> President, Big Sky Iris Club.
>30 or so in bloom, and what seems like millions of buds. I've never seen so
>many buds. Yipee !!!
>St. Louis Blues is available from:Walsterway Iris Gardens, 19923
Broadway,Snohomish, Washington, 98290
Jon Iverson

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