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Re: The Latest Journal

In a message dated 5/17/1998 8:18:01 PM Central Daylight Time,
sussextreeinc@ce.net writes:

<< Debbie and Therese and anyone else interested,
 To join the American Hosta Society click on this link
 To go to the American Hosta Society home web page click on this link.
 Check us out. >>
Hi All! 
Follow Dan's advice. Membership in the American Hosta Society is the best
bargain in the
horticultural world. For $19/annum you get two beautiful journals, loaded with
excellent articles AND sensational color pix of the latest and greatest
hostas. PLUS you get a Yearbook with all the goings-on of the local and
regional societies. PLUS you get a Directory with the list of members and
their addresses and, in many cases, their eee addresses. 
Kevin Walek is the Editor of the Journal and he has done, is doing, and will
do a FAB job. 

Clyde Crockett (de-frocked former editor of THJ) <VBG>   
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