OKLAHOMA CITY -- Scrivner here said net income increased 56.9% to $6.2 million in the first quarter ended March 19. lies almost 2,900 stores, did not break down sales for its retailing and wholesaling operations. As reported, Scrivner's parent company, Franz Haniel & Cie. of Germany, agreed earlier this month to sell Scrivner to Fleming Cos., also based here. The deal could close by mid-summer. The earnings increase was due to an easier comparison with last year's quarter, when ...

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