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Reply Brucealedo
5:11 PM on August 31, 2018 
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Reply Edick
5:29 AM on August 31, 2018 
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Reply Bll/Darlene Pritchard
7:43 PM on September 27, 2017 
Yes I use to live there. back maybe 1953 and back again in Mayer 1982. Our Daughter worked there at ice cream shop best Cheese Burgers anywhere.
Reply susan
12:25 AM on December 19, 2015 
We are very sorry to here of the illness in the Cordes family.
Is there anytime in the future of opening the store "museum" opening
up again?
So very interested in the history of Cordes, have read many books, but
nothing can compare to the "real thing".
Would love to take a tour both inside the historic buildings & around the property.
Thank you for taking the time to read.
Best wishes ,
Mrs Susan P
Reply Don Birmingham
12:29 AM on February 3, 2014 
Come home soon Cathy. We miss you!
Reply Laurel Jenson Myers
11:50 PM on October 18, 2013 
Louis and I will be out tomorrow, Sat., to help you celebrate 130 years.
The Myers', late of the Orme Ranch
Reply Nelson & Jan Avery
2:18 PM on August 11, 2013 
Cathy, So much fun and excitement to visit you and the store/museum yesterday. I bought the two "olden" fish lures for my brother's birthday August 24th. I am certain that he will be surprised and quite happy to have them. Thank you for being a wonderful "host" and sharing your family history with us. Can't wait to come back and see all ya'll again. There are so many interesting and unique items in your store! Nelson & Jan Avery and our friends Janet (checkbook) and Glenn Waltrip
Reply Bob Nelson
2:32 PM on April 26, 2013 
Hope you are doing ok. Ifirst met you when you first opened your store. Iam the prospector
Reply Steve
11:46 PM on January 7, 2013 
I am an RN in Phoenix. I took care of an elderly gentlemen around 12 years ago.
His name was Alexander Cordes. He said he had relatives in the Cordes Junction area. If your interested, email me and I can tell you some of the stories he told me.
Reply Don Birmingham
4:23 PM on December 8, 2012 
Yes Cathy, How IS the book coming???