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Carpet cleaners are on a worthy quest

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Their name gives them away."Clean and Worthy" carpet-cleaners are more than industrious.

They're a bunch of young men headed out to serve missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and anxiously engaged in earning funds to pay for that experience.

At present, four young men make up the new "company": Jake Given of Provo, Kendall Hulet and Paul Frandsen of Spanish Fork and Mike Seitz of Alpine. All are 19.

Given and Frandsen are headed to the Philippines in June. Seitz is going to Japan. Hulet is waiting to find out where he'll be serving.

All were freshmen in Helaman Halls last year at Brigham Young University and became fast friends.

They all want to help pay for the costs of their missions, so they came up with "Clean and Worthy" as not only a way to fund their own endeavors but to help others as well.

"We see this as ongoing," said Given. "We want to hire guys in the Salt Lake area and in Utah County and we want to pass it on to others when we leave. If we raise enough to pay for our missions we'd like to find some others who need help and assist them.

"Our goal is to provide a way for kids to earn mission money," said Given. "We work hard and we're doing this for the right reasons."

The four young men are offering to clean carpets in two rooms and a hallway with Electrolux equipment using a dry-chemical process for $29.95 in Utah County and $34.95 in Salt Lake County.

To reach them call 860-6871.