Jack Blanton At
Shelby Boxer Popular There. Albert
White On In Semi
Jerome Spangler, the Shelby
lightweight, and Jack Blanton,
the Cliffside clouter, arc going
to mix again.
The bout goes on Saturday night.
April 17, at the Webb building in
Kings Mountain, Floyd Helms of
Charlotte is to referee and fjms are
assured of a clean bout.
The Shelby boxer has made a big
hit with Kings Mountain fight fan.-,
and he is the favorite with them to
v in over the more experienced Cl iff -
White vs. Bagwell.
Another bvut on the program will
be between A'b-n Whit", cf Shelby,
and Willi; -Bag- cll. Of Kings Mouu
For 6 Months
•*Sa.: >en overcame my trouble;
utter I'd almost lost hope of ever
being 'well again." said Mrs. W. H.
Arrow oed,' StockviUe. N. C. **My .«;>-■ -
tem 1 d gotten so toxic from in.'i
iCsUo.i. constipation and bilmu -
ness, 1 had pains all over my body,
i‘or sit months I conlun't walk. Sax
on s mulated my liver and began
io get the poisons out of my system
right from the. start. Now lin up
. nd doifag my housework; eat e.v
■ hing I want without causing mu
L-ny trouble and simply have a haw
.ease on life.”
Sold In Shelby by Cleveland D-ug
Co., and in Kings Mountain by the
hummers Drug Co, aiv
NOTICE Of SERVICE OF SIMMONS BT
\or»h Carolina. Cleveland Countv.
‘a the Superior Court. Before the Clerk,
awrence W Dill. Plaintiff
:ae Beh Dill. Defendant,
The defendant, Mae Bell Dill, will take
Notice that on the 15th day of April. 1S31,
he plaintiff above named commenced afe
. on In the superior cou1 of Cleveland
ountv, N C . a» above .ititled for the
urpose of obtaining an abaolute divorce
•am the defendant on the grounds of
•e years separation; and the aald de
endam will further take notice that she
required to appear at the office, of the
Jerk of the superior court of said county
t the court house In Shelby. N. C.. on the
-3th day of June and answer or demur to
Ne complaint of the plaintiff, or the
■) aintlff will apply to the court for the
ithef demanded in said complaint.
This the 17th day of April. 1931.
A. M. HAMRICK. Clerk of Superior
Court of Cleveland County, N. C.
n-num E. Weathers, Atty. for Plaintiff.
at Apr 17c
ROUND TRIP EXCURS
ION FARES FOR
FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1931
ROUND TRIP FARES
FROM SHELBY, N. C.
Washington, D. C. _ $13.00
Richmond, Va. $9.75
Norfolk. Va.__ $10.75
Round trip tickets on
>ale for all regular trains
(Except Crescent Limited)
April 24th, final limit re
turning April 29th, 1931.
Tickets good in Pullman
sleeping and Parlor cars
upon payment of Pullman
Ask Ticket Agents:
R. H. GRAHAM.
Pivision Passenger Agent,
Charlotte, N. C
I * Baltimore_$14.00
I ^Baltimore _$15.00
j Richmond_ $9.75
Portsmouth __ $10.75
Virginia Beach ...._$11.25
* Via Norfolk and Boat.
**Via All Rail.
Tickets limited April 29.
For information call on
H. E. PLEAS AN ' S, DP A.
RALEIGH, N. C.
Hal Farris, the Monde boy who
had much to do with winning
Shelby's fourth state high school
baseball championship last year,
caught a portion of the game for
the State college fresh team In
its opening victory over the Baby
Deacons of Wake Forest.
Which, incidentally, is noth*
tng more than Shelby fans ex
Buck Redfern, former Shelby
-hortetop, is back with the Little
'Rock team in the Southern league.
| He is being used on second base.
Babe Carr, Shelby lightweight, la
planning an all-charity boxing pro
1 gram for Shelby and wonders if it
would go over. The Babe has had to
cancel several bouts in recent weeks
because of a back injury sustained
f in an auto accident some time ago.
• • » •
The spring championship tour
mrnt at the Cleveland Springs
golf dug gets going today with
qualifying rounds to be played
today and tomorrow.
".Snook” Webb, the younger
Webb brother and the only one
eligible* for tourney play, is
somewhat off his game —- and
that is encouraging to the Other
golfers of the town who hope to
land in the first flight and shoot
at the club championship prise.
The catching of big-mouthed bass,
Weighing from five to seven pounds,
by Shelby Waltons at Bridgewater
recently has resulted in luring a
motor caravan from Shelby to Lake
James almost every day in the
Week. People have varying opinions
about their favorite sport, but very
few folks, at this time of the year,
can resist the hankering to see their
cork jerked under the water and
feel that tug on the line.
• » 0 »
Cline Lee, former Shelby high
star, hasn't as yet cinched his job
as second-sacker on Ray Kennedy's
Asheville club in the Piedmont lea
gue. Kennedy has two flashy short
stops in Tarr. last year’s short field
er, and Babe Viau, from the defunct
Southeastern league. Lee had a pret
ty good mortgage on the midway
bag until Kennedy decided to use
Viau on short and try Tarr, the
other short stop, at second. And, as
a result, It may be that Lee will be
farmed out, and, again, it may qqt.
As the baseSatf'bugs' about Shelby
say it: "It’ll take a sweet ballplayer
to bump that boy out of a Job."
* » • •
The tennis racket—pardon the
pun—is staging a comeback in Shel
by . . . Whitey Kendall and George
Wray, who were high school cham
pions of one sort or another, playing
again, and once the commencement
season is over Horace Grigg, tile
school super, will be ready to en
tertain all budding young players .
Wonder if Shelby will have a swim
ming pool tills summer—or not? . . .
And what about the textile baseball
Music Honor Roll,
Miss Roberts Class
The following music pupils of Miss
Mary Adelaide Roberts made the
music honor roll during the past
month, practising the assigned num
ber of hours each day:
Ethel Alexander, Gertrude Bo
land, Elizabeth Campbell. Virgil
Cox, Germaine Gold, Earle Ham
rick, jr , Isabel Lackey, Dorothy
Leonard, Marjorie Lutz, Patsy Mau
ney, Helen Miller. Sarah Mull, Mar
garet Louis McNeely, Virginia Mc
Neely, Esther Ann Quinn, Mary Lil
lian Speck. Sarah Thompson, Mary
Sue Thompson. Jean Moore Thomp
son, Ola Weathers, Pantha Weath
ers, Aileeu Webb.
i The Bolsheviks say there is no
unemployment in Russia. And prac
tically no wages.—Dallas News.
North Carolina. Cleveland County.
Hav’nj qualified as administrator on
the estate of J. T. Poston, deceased, this
la to notify til creditors of the said J. T,
Poston, deceased, to present their claims
properly proven to the undersigned on or
before the I7tli day of April. 1932 or tills
notice vill be pleaded In bar of their re
covery. All those indebted to the said es
tate will please make immediate settle
This 17th day of Apr,l, 1931.
S. M. POSTON. Administrator of
Eat at of J. T. Poston, Deceased.
M. R. Weathers, Atty. for Administrator.
8t Apr 17p
By virtue of the power of sale contain
ed in a deed of trust executed by Clem
Costner and wife. Ada Costner, on Decem
ber 3, 1929. to me as trustee for the Shel
by Building and Loan association, and de
fault having been made in the payment of
the Indebtedness thereby secured, I, as
; trustee, will b.ell for cash to the highest
j bidder at public auction at the court
house door in the town of Shelby, N. C ,
Saturday. May 23rd, 1931,
at 12 o clock M., the following described
Situated in the southeastern part of ths
town of Shelby. N. C., fronting on Graham
street, being a part of the T. W. Kend-1
rick property, and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a stake on north edge of
Graham street. Jacob H. Anthony’s Cor
ner, and runs thence N. 3*/a E. 200 feet to
a stone on south edge of an alley, thence
up said alley N. 87 W. 60 feet to a stak j
thence B 3Mi W. 200 feet to a stake on1
north edge of Graham street, and thence
with said Graham street 60 feet to the
beginning, containing 12,000 square te*
more or less.
The foregoing being the lot conveyed *o
Clem Costlier by J. Lee Dover and wife on
April 13th, 1925, by deed recorded in book
3-Q. page 349. of the register’s office of!
Cleveland county. N. C.
This April 16th, 1931.
CLYDE R. HOEY, Trustee.
dt Apr I7e
He*s a Real Giant
: Harold Schumacher (above), 20,
can bout of being one of the few
players in major league* to step
from college to diamond in fast
company. Last year he was a
member of the varsity team of
Milligan College; now he is the
pitching hope of the New York
Giants. (Lower) The palm ball a<
Schumacher demonstrates how he
holds the pill for a change-of-pacc,
Team Opens Play
The Shelby Write Sox, Bob Rog
ers’ colored baseball team, will r»p. n
Its season Monday lii a game with
Kings Mountain at Kings Mountain.
On tire following Monday Mana
ger Bob hopes to bool: a game for
the Shelby park, and he predict
that the White Sox will be the S
strongest they have been hi years, |
Deer Star Reeders:
Pur about two months hit has bin
pinto beans or nothin up at our
house, and now the beans air gone,
A little piece of fat-back goes
good with ’em but whar is the fat
backs tu come frum?
"Taint long non- till a body can
begin tu pick sum creeses down in
the lew/ places, and by the time they
air gone, poke sallct w ill be big enuf
tu bile, always and on down tu the
end of time a kindly providence is a i
providing fur us pore folks what
haint got much sense.
Poke sallet Is alrite in hits place,
but atter while ire tire of hit an be
gin tu have a kind of hankerin fur
Sal sez that fried chicken has
called more men tu preach the Gos
pel than anything else that and an
Inherited dislike fur hard labor has
supplied: most of the pulpits all over j
our land. I wuz purty shore one time
that I heard a call tu preach my
self, but when I got up on a stump
j an listened rite close lilt wuz Sal’s
daddy a calling up his dogs tu jo a
possum hunting over on tutlier side
of Wards crick.
Hit don’t hardly seem like nits
fair, but I haint no hand tu grum
ble over these things, but here's the
ministry they git the best eatin here
on earth then when they leave hit,
tu go to a better land than Is prom
ised fur such as me an Sal.
I decided tu take a hand an share
a little of the good eatin with ’em,
on the sly. I scraped around an got
up aduzen eggs and set ’em under
one of Jake Eaker’s hens that come
and tuck up at our house one night
sum time ago. A day or so before
she wuuz due tu hatch Sal slipped
them eggs away frum Jake’s hen
an traded them tu Lon Brittian fur
snuff: agin the peace and dignity of
When I got home thar she so' a
dippin—barefooted an her hair not
been combed in over two weeks by
the almanac. I lowed at first that
sum of the Casar fellers had made
her a present of the snuff, fur tlfey
air a good natured bunch: then 1
thought of Jake's hen I wuz a keep
ing fur him; but when I went tu
see about her, all the eggs wuz gone
and the old hen peared like slit w uz
mad. The evidence showed that Sal
didn’t appreciate things in the
■ proper spirit, so I hauled away and
kocked her down twice with my fist.
In order tu sorter humble her—but
after this I aim tu use a pin.i-not
fur I jist about ruint my fist over
Bill cum by the nest day and
axed what hurt my hand, I told him
hit wuz roomytism—that they had
got it in the schools this winter an
I ketched hit from them. I kncwed
Bill knowed that I had told him a
lie, but that is one habit that is as
hard fur me tu quit as hit is fur the
legislature down at Raleigh tu ad
journ an go home an make a little
crap fur their families tu live on I
guess most of their wives air plum
out of stove woold, an sum of ’em
not got meal enuf tu last over Sun
day. Bill sez the legislature will ad
journ when the members all d'e of
old age, but the mistake wuz made
of sending young men tu have H
wander around in the wilderness at
Raleigh 40 years before they are fit
tu enter the “Promised Land.-’
From Shelby In
Duncan And Henson llavr Hurting
Hattie. Shelby Errors Lose
A two-bagger in the 13th tuning
by Stevenson, Gastonia rightfielder,
which scored two runs, defeated the
Shelby highs here yesterday after
noon 7 to 5 in one of the hardest -
fought games of the season
The game throughout was a hurl
ing battle between Duncan, or Shel
by, and Henson, of Gastonia, both
giving up eight hits in the 13 In
nings, but eight Shelby errors con
tributed to the Gastonia victory anti
Duncan's downfall. In one inning
Duncan came out of a hole by re
tiring the side without a score after
the bases were filled.
The score was tied 3-3 in the
fourth inning. Both teams -scored
two runs and deadlocked it again in
the seventh and there was no mote
scoring until the 12tli when errors
and walks paved the way for a
Gastonia win when Stevenson slash
ed out his double.
Shorty McSwain, Bill Barrill and
Wilson led the hitting for Shelby
with two each. Stevenson and Shen
pard drove out two bingles each foi
The Shelby bobbles, some of which
were disastrous were contributed by,
Wilson, Mayhew, Pliilbeck and Car
Today Shelby is playing Cherry
Cotton Right Along
About Double Shoals
'Special to The Star.7'
Double Shoals; Apr. l8.-~Th£ fine
weather has caused several farmers
In this community to begin plant
ing cotton seed, and if the weather
remains clear everything bids far
that by April 20th, a majority of the
farmers will be planting right acng.
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Costner lest
their infant daughter that was burr.
Monday April 13th. The little body
was buried at Palm Tree cemetery.
The friends of Mr. Lessie Jack nil
will be sorry to know that he is very
sick at this writing, with pleurisy.
Mrs. Carl Spangler who has been
very sick with German measles is
.very much Improved.
Mrs. Loyd Cook has been con
fined to her bed for the past several
days sick, but Is better now.
Mr. Oliver Spangler returned last
week to his home In Durham after
spending several days here vvltn
Mr. L. B. Seisin and children ef
near Kings Mountain spent the
week end here with Ills parents, Mr,
and Mrs. W. C. Seism.
Messrs Blaine Toney and Tysie
Ledford ran a close race with daVh
a few days ago when their car skid
ded and turned over an embank
ment. Neither of the two were hurt,
Well, here is a new way to unload
cotton. Monday of this week a
trffck from South Carolina loaded
with 15 bales of cotton reached
Double Shoals ail o. k., but just as
the truck drove up to the Double
Shoals M.fg„ company’s cotton yard
on a slight grade, the truck became
over-balanced "and over she went”
the driver still under the steering
wheel held tight. He was unhurt.
The truck was turned back in Its
rightful position and took its jour
ney back to South Carolina, safe
Mrs. S. B. Eskridge spent last
week end with her daughter Mrs. A.
The group meeting last Friday
night at Double Shoals Baptist
church was well attended. Mr. A. V.
Washburn closed the weeks work in
the association and left Saturday
for Boone In the interest of the S.
Home In Caldwell
Excavation began Thursday aft
ernoon for the $15,000 home being
erected for Solicitor and Mrs. L. S.
Spurling, with Lindsay Melton in
charge as general contractor. The
house is located on Hlbriten street.
Architect’s plans call for a home
of typical colonial design, two
stories in height and faced in front
with six large columns.
Plumbing and heating will be in
charge of Mooney Plumbing and
Local Agent Gets
The annual meeting of the repre
sentatives of the Equitable Life As
surance society of North and South
Carolina was held in Rock Hill S.
C., on April 10th and 11th. At this
meeting Mr. Harvey S. White was
awarded a gold medal for excellency
in underwriting during the year 1030
In addition he received a certificate
for writing the largest number of
cases during the campaign of all
producers week in December, l'a30
tittle five-year-old Jane Elizabeth
Whitelaw, daughter of a well
known English racehorse owner
and trainer, is probably one of the
world's richest girls. A grand
aunt died recently, leaving an es
tate _of approximately $10,000,
000. The little English girl
(shown above with hor constant
companion) was made heiress to a
large portion of the huge estate.
Oak Grove Section
News of the Week
■Special to The Star.) '
Oak Grove, April la.—Miss Madge
Bell of this community and Mr.
Fred Parker of near Blacksburg sur
prised their many friends by motor- j
tug to Gaffney, S C., on Saturday,!
April 4, where they were quietly:
married They are making their j
home with the bride's parents, Mr, i
and Mr;. T. R. Bell.
Mr. Floyd Champion is recover
ing after a serious attack of pneu- j
Mr. John B. Ware of Washington.
D. C. visited liis parents. Mr. and
Mrs W. G. H Ware through the
Mr. Mack Green of Shelby visited
his daughter, Mrs. James Ware Fri
Mr. and Mrs. K B. Ledford and
little daughter, Martha Sue, spent
Saturday night with Mr. Ledford's
brother, Mr. Jesse Ledford of near
Mrs. Cleophas Ledford has been
very ill for sometime.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bell of
Gastonia visited Mr. Bell's mother,
Mrs. D. A. Bell who Is sick. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, Michael Watterson
of Shelby spent Saturday night
with the latter's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. T. R. Bell.
Mr. Roy Williams of Andrew's
spent a few days last week with his
brother-in-law Mr. Dock Phillips
and Mrs. Phillips.
Mr. Nathan Harris spent the week
end in Gastonia and his sister who
accompanied him home for a visit.
Mrs. Lela Lovelace and Mrs. Copps
of the Beulah section spent Wed
nesday afternoon with Mrs. Jimie
Mi', and Mrs. E. V. Ross and Mrs.
Nora Ware visited on Tuesday the
former’s son. Mr. Elza Ross who is
In the hospital at Morganton.
Miss Eva Borders: spent Wednes
day night with Mr. and Mrs. Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blanton
visited Mrs. Cleophas Ledford Sun
Miss DullJc Mae Devenny spent
Thursday night with Miss Beatrice
Williams of the Beth-Ware section.
Messrs. Wilbur Whlsnant and Til
ford Price of near Polkville were
visitors in the community Sunday.
Mr. T. A. Champion visited his
little son. Junior, who Is in the Or
thopaedic hospital at Gastonia Sun
Misses Claudia Devenny and
Veola Blanton spent Wednesday
night with Miss Lexie Herndon of
the Beth-Ware section.
Little Misses Louise and Bessie
Ross spent a few days last week
with their sister, Mrs. Clarance Wat
terson of Saint Paul community.
Miss Myrtle Lee and Edna Rey
nolds spent Thursday night with
Miss Dorothy Patterspn.
No. 1 Township
News Of Week
j Monroe i.ivrml«r Burled at t hf.ro
Itrc Church. Mrs. Huggins and
Mrs. Allison at Grasay Pond
iSpecial to The Star.)
: No, 1 Township. Apr. 10.—Mr. Men
I roe Lavendar of tills community
' died of pneumonia last Sunday. Fu
neral services were conducted at
Cherokee church Saturday at 11
o’clock by Rev. L. M. Kcster.
Several from this community at
; tended the funeral services of Mts.
Richard Huggins and Mrs. Agnes
| Allison at Grassy Pond Sunday aft
Visitors at the home of John Mar
tin acre Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Humph
ries, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Bridges, Mr,
and Mrs. J. D. Byars. Mrs. Plato Al
lison, Mrs. Clarence Holder and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Allison and
children of Roebuck. S. C., spent
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Booker
Misses Exle Humphries, Inez
Davis and Murel Bridges spent the
latter part of last week with Mr. end
Mrs, Blaine Davis of Bolling Springs
Mr. and Mrs. Victor McCrew of
Spartanburg. S. C., and Mr. and Mrs
Ernest McCraw were the dinner
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Byars spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robcr
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Scruggs attend
ed the funeral services of Mrs. Am
brose Blanton at State Line Tuesday
afternoon. The young people of this
community gathered at the home of
Miss Minnie Hopper to practice
singing Tuesday night.
Events Of Week
Hlrn Starnes Better of Pneumonia.
Personals of Visltlnt*
ySpecial to The Star.'
Belwood. Apr. 18.—Mr. and Mrs
Frank Sain announce the birth o" a
dainty 8-lb baby girl, born March
Mr. Paul Wellmon was able to re
turn home from the Shelby hospital
Miss Male Peeler spent a few days
last sfeek with her sister, Mrs. Wil
lis Hoyle and Mr. Hoyle of Vale.
Mrs. Johnnie Richard and son of
Plateau, spent last week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Crowell Ires
Miss Thelma Warliek spent last
week with Mr. and Mrs. Bill War
Misses Pearl and Mayo Gantt and
Pansy Queen were the supper guests
of Miss Georgie Queen of Lawndale,
Ellen the small daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Staines la able to bo
out again after a serious case ot
pneumonia and pleurisy.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bingham and
sisters, Misses Alma and Betty Jean
of Fallston, spent Sunday with Mr.;
and Mrs. Will Willis.
Mr. and MrS. Robert McCurry and
| children of Shelby spent Sundry
with Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Goodman
Mrs. Jasper Childress and Mrs. S
L. Gantt and Messrs. Walter Good
[ man and Jack Gantt visited Mr. and
1 Mrs.M. L. Willis of Uncolnton Sun
day. They were accompanied homo
by Master M. L. Willis Jr., to spend
a few days.
i Miss Ethel White spent Saturday
night with her cousin Miss Ann!
Master Claudie Short or Bessemer,
City si spending some time with his
grandfather Mr. Joe Short.
Mr. Hugh Varner of Lincolnian
spent a few days last week with Mr
Mrs. Crowell Ivester and daugh
ter Miss Elvinia and Mrs, Johnnie
Richard and son W. C., spent last
Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Esper Royster and son C. E..
and Mr. Ralph Royster of Play,
spent Sunday with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Peeler.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hoyle spent
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Lost Her Double Chin
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Gained a Shapely Figure
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Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Sain.
Mrs. Jasper Childers and grand
son Mr. t Walter Goodman visited
Mr. and Mrs. Plato Gantt of Vale
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ramsey and
son Gene and Mrs. Mary Proctor of
Shelby spent Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. S. L. Oantt.
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Canipe and
son Arnold and Mr. Thomas Gard
ner of Wadesboro, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Smith.
Meadames Roscoe Lutz and Wayne
Brackett apent Monday afternoon
with Mrs. George Martin.
Mrs. Elite White and children,
Miss Lillie and Mr. James and Mcs.
Anne Warllck and Mr. John Wnv
llck Jr,, visited Mr. arid Mrs. Yancey
Patterson of Patterson Springs on
Mrs. and Mrs. Clem Martin of
Fallston, visited Mr. and Mrs. G ?orge
Rev. E. E. Snow of Fallston was
the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs
W. R. Porter Sunday.
A large crowd from this commun
ity attended the funeral of Mrs.
Eaker at Clover Hill and'Mrs. Cook
at St. Paul.
Miss Lillie Mate Willis of Toluca
spent Tuesday night with Miss
Mountain Battle Bill
Over 100 Gather to Celebrate Ap
propriation for Battleflel*
Amid flowers and music, patriotic
decorations and that rare brand ol
hospitality for which South Caro
lina is famous, a hundred or marc
Carolinians, including the sixty-odd
members of the central committee
of the Sesqui-Centennlal celebration
of the Battle of Kings Mountain,
gathered around the banquet tab
les last night in McNeel memorial
building at York, S. C., to celebrate
the recent passage by Congress of
an act creating Kings Mountain ba:
tlegrouhd a National military park
They were guests of the Kina.,
Mountain Chapter Daughters of the
American Revolution, the organiza
tion that has. more than any other,
kept alive Kings Mountain senti
ment throughout the years and
whose efforts have contributed more
towards the consummation of thi:;
long desired end than have those ol
any other body of people.
It Pay* To Advertise
THE FOLLOWING CASH PRICES
WILL BE PAID NEXT WEEK:
HEAVY HENS .—.
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BROILERS, Under 2 lb.,
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