LSHS Class of 1957
Vol IX # 6 June 2011
Ed Heinlein, E IC Emeritus

Can you believe it‟s JUNE already? Only 6 months „til Christmas! When I think of June, I think of vacation time … back when we used to be able to afford a vacation at a quarter a gallon for gasoline. One really fun vacation that comes to mind was back in 2003 when our Class of ‟57 Chatters group came from all directions to meet in San Antonio, TX. The photo below was taken while we were lunching outdoors on the Riverwalk … had great food, a really fun waiter (I think he took the picture), and lots of talk. After lunch, we took the boat ride down the river; then one group visited The Alamo, while several of us “girls” went on a shopping tour, riding the trolley. What a great memory we made here!

Photo of the Month

Left to right, around the table: Ed Heinlein, Jim and Ardyce Brown, Pat (Damsgard)and Loren Hoglund, Garry and Peggy Garrison, Vicki Hurlock (now Rittman), Larry and Rowena(White)Garner, Marilyn(Prewitt)and Carl Williams, and Vivian Heinlein.

Another thing June brings to us is Father‟s Day. Here are a few pics of memorable days gone by … special thanks to those who answered my plea for photos.
“Since Dad was camera shy, this is a rare picture of all the Fann sisters and Dad. It was taken in the summer of 1982 when I visited Missouri from Colorado. We lost Mom in 1980 and Dad in 1985, so it was good to search through albums for this picture.” Barb Lewallen

The Fann girls and their Dad: From left to right: Barb Lewallen, Sue Dyer, Claude "Pete" Fann, Jean Fann and Clara Smith.

“ Glen Lewellen and our daughter Enid Cintora. It has become a tradition for Glen to receive a watermelon on Father's Day.”

“This is the most recent picture I have, taken about 14 yrs. ago” Karen Winterowd & her Dad . . .

. . .Don Lawrence with kids Kent, Kim & Kirt

“Dad” Harold Shewmaker and his 3 kids . . . left to right, young to old: Steven, Cindy, and Clyde (10 yrs ago)

. . . Ed Heinlein, sons Mike & Mark, daughter Terry, and G’daughter Elly

“I couldn’t find anything with just my dad and me. Wish we had been more of a picture-taking family over the years.” . . . Sharon (Barker), her Dad and Mom

And I found the two “Dads” in my life in one photo . . . MY Dad holding my first born, Kelly, who is reaching out for HER Dad (my husband Carl) & her Chatty Kathy doll.

“Any man can be a father; it takes someone special to be a Daddy”

Happy Father’s Day to all you Daddy’s out there!

In some cases, June also means college kids have graduated and are now heading out into the World. Joyce Bailey and I want to take this opportunity to do a little bragging . . .

Elizabeth Lewis, granddaughter of Joyce & Gene Bailey, graduated Cum Laude from Emporia State University, Emporia, KS; majored in History with minor in Philosophy

Chad Hays, grandson of Marilyn & Carl Williams, graduated Summa Cum Laude from Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS, majored in Mathematics

I came up with the following information while browsing thru the website of the Lee’s Summit Tribune and have received permission to pass it on from one of our dear ol‟ friends, Marlese (Lowe) Gourley, whose husband the article was about. Click on the following site: http://lstribune.net/lees-summit-news/make-money-forbob--.htm and read all about it. Her husband, Bob Gourley, has written a book revealing all of his “dos and don‟ts” in the world of business. It would be a great gift if you have entrepreneur-minded kids or g‟kids. I‟m a firm believer in not reinventing the wheel and/or profiting from someone else‟s mistakes! I discovered you can order the book from Amazon.com … been there, done that!

You might want to make it a habit to go to the Tribune’s website www.lstribune.net and read up on all the local news of the ol‟ hometown. I hear the Journal is now owned by the Kansas City Star and has gone more “big city” style. So add this site to your Favorites list.

A request for our assistance:
I had a conversation on the phone recently with Denise (Brown ‟70) Chisum, currently the Lee‟s Summit City Clerk. She and a couple of others are working on a new historical booklet for the LS/Jackson County area and are looking for different photographs and/or stories other than the usual ones you‟ve seen printed. She thought maybe some of us that lived in the area during the „40s/‟50s might have some old photographs picturing those historic days and some stories of historical significance. I told her I was sure we could supply some good stories, but again she emphasized “of historical significance!” Guess that means that those Tom Bickham told on Russ Childress at Martha‟s gtg for Fred in January won‟t work  I told her I‟d put the word out in the next NL and see if we can come up with any usable photos, so do some digging around and see what you can come up with. Her daytime phone number is (816) 969-1005 if you would like to call and let her know what you have before sending it to her. Also, let her know if it‟s something you would like to have returned to you when they have finished with it and she can tell you the address where it should be sent. What a wonderful way to show the kids of today what they‟ve missed by not being around during our era. I‟ve gotta get a copy of this book!

Health Updates
Received this email message from Terry Reynolds on 5/31 . . . I go for fine tuning on
the old ticker Thursday. They need to correct the wiring and one or two oil lines. Everything should be ok come Friday. Have never been down this road before so who knows, only the lord knows.

And, in reply to my email on Fri., 6/3, “An update on the tune-up please???”, he replied . . . Got released today, everything fine, just have to start living like a 72 yr old, not a
30 yr old.

So nice to get GOOD news for a change!

I‟ve spoken to Marcia (Fields) several times on the phone since her terrible ordeal of being a victim of the recent Joplin tornado. She was originally taken to the hospital in Springfield, MO, then to a rehab facility, also in Springfield. She expects to be in there for another couple of weeks, at least. She‟s still a fighter and rising up against the odds once more. Her husband, Bob, was also taken to the Springfield hospital, but released after a day or two. Their home was completely demolished, but Bob has purchased another so he‟s ready for Marcia‟s homecoming. Their new address will be: 2628 Evanwood Terrace, Joplin, MO 64804.

Following are photos of their “2801” Jefferson home as it stands today. . .

As you can see, they had to paint house numbers (2801) on remains to identify.

This photo is looking across Marcia‟s driveway .. garage GONE! (Photos courtesy of my own special “traveling reporter” . . . Carl Williams)

From Ted Atkins . . .
I was very sorry to hear about the passing of Emory Fetters and the tribulations of Marcia and her husband. That whole Joplin disaster is just too much to comprehend. Why do bad things continue to happen to good people? Such is life, huh??? Karen and I are grieving this weekend, June 3, on the 44th anniversary of the death of Billy Joe McAllister. Think about it. All old-timers should know who he was. Email me if you recall. No cash prize but a gold star. If you'll indulge me, I wanted to share my latest saga in the medical world. Following my surgery in April (pancreatic cancer) I knew I faced still more chemo treatments and having a lifelong type 1 diabetic need (right now, 4 insulin shots daily). I was approached then to also take part in a clinical study on a new pancreas drug, now in its 3rd trial nationwide. Oddly enough I was and am the ONLY participant in this part of the world. I had to take a bunch of tests to qualify while others have been turned down. In for a penny...in for a pound I guess. Karen and I had a lot of misgivings about shooting cancer cells back into me but if there's even a remote chance it can help me and others, we decided to proceed. Each week (I started this on 6/2) for the next 6 months I am receiving 6 vaccine injections, 2 in each arm and 2 in a leg. The drug is so rare it was flown to Pittsburgh when I was approved, kept frozen in nitrogen until use, then thawed and injected within 30 minutes. EACH shot they say is worth $5,000, thus $30,000 weekly. You do the math. The procedure, having never been done before locally, brought an audience (doctors, nurses, pharmacy people) to my hospital room just to observe and make notes. I really have turned into a human pin cushion. My regular chemo stuff resumes 6/16 along with the vaccine. Arms and leg very red, puffy and itchy and they say that will only get worse in the weeks ahead. Am I a trooper or what? Insult to injury: I even have to pay for my own parking. Like everyone is fond of saying thru all of this: Consider the alternative. I'm buying into that, you betcha. Hugs and pats on the back to all... Ted kruzers@msn.com

I told Ted that I always figured he‟d go down in some history book, just didn‟t think it‟d be a medical journal! God bless him!

WARREN D. SHEWMAKER (brother of Harold Shewmaker ‟57) 1944-2011 Warren Shewmaker, 66, of Pleasant Hill, MO, passed away on June 5, 2011. Warren was born in Versailles, MO, to Clyde & Eva Shewmaker. He graduated from Lee's Summit High School. He joined the U.S. Army and was stationed in West Germany. He retired from Allied Signal in 1994 after 25 years. Survivors include his wife, Hilde and a son, Danny (wife, Cindy). Warren is also survived by brothers Harold and David; sisters Norma Hackley, Rena Hunt and Virginia Wilson along with many other loved ones. He was preceded in death by his parents and brothers James, Danny and John. A memorial service will be held June 9 at 10:00 am at Wallace Funeral Home, Pleasant Hill. Donations may be made to the American Red Cross in lieu of flowers. Please visit www.Wallace-Funeralhomes.com for additional information.

I received the following notification 5/31 via email from Ed Fetters (‟56) . . .
Hi Marilyn... My brother Emmie's daughter called me last nite to inform me they had air-flighted him to the hospital again in a more serious condition. He died today about 2:30 PM in St Lukes Hospital on the Plaza in KC. I'm heading back there tomorrow to help with the funeral arrangements. Don't have any specifics, but he wants to be buried in Clinton where his wife is buried. Just thought I'd let you know... Ed Fetters

After fwding the message to the Class, I posted it on our Facebook Group (LSHS Grads from the 50‟s and 60‟s) page. Thought you‟d like to read some of the comments and memories of Emmie from high school friends:
Paula Young Morris (’59) … Sad. Emmie was my elementary school crush--he never knew it. Louise Bernard Hobbs (’59) … I am so sorry to hear this - like most of the girls I had a crush on him....I can't believe how many we are losing each year - but we have to expect that I suppose.....thanks for letting me know. Lila Warren Roasa (’58) … RIP Emmie........ Judy Yeaman DeTar-Hicks (’57) … Sorry to hear this. I sat next to him in Freshman Algebra.. thought he was the cutest guy !! Waited for him to say hello each day. Eve Cook Hoygaard (’57) … Sad news . . .

Later, Ed updates us with funeral arrangements . . .
Hi Marilyn... Here's the latest about Em... His funeral is Friday the 3rd at the Memorial Gardens in Clinton at 2:00. It's just going to be a graveside service with Military Honors. He spent about 12 years in the Navy. Anyone wishing to send a card can mail it to his home address: 12 Meadowbrook Ct, Windsor MO 65360

Thanks for your help... Ed

Obituary for Emory Fetters
Emory “Buck” Fetters, 71, of Windsor, Missouri, died Tuesday, May 31, 2011, at St. Luke’s Hospital, Kansas City, Mo. He was born November 24, 1939, in Kansas City, Mo., the son of Arthur Emanual Fetters and Ida Ruth (Davis) Fetters. On May 25, 1978 in Clinton, Mo., he married Judy E. (Gregory) Riles, and she preceded him in death on January 4, 2004. Mr. Fetters served his country as a member of the United States Navy. He was a self-employed truck driver for many years. He was a member of the Clinton Eagles Lodge, Aerie #3667 and the Windsor American Legion Post 82. Survivors include a brother, Ed Fetters, Hudson, Florida; 4 sons, Parrish C. Fetters and Shawn T. Fetters, both of Warsaw, Mo.; Lance E. Fetters, Sedalia, Mo.; Christopher S. Fetters, Windsor; a daughter, LaFonda McCullough, Garnett, Ks.; 2 step-sons, David A. Gregory, state of Nebraska; and Mike D. Gregory, Kansas City, Mo.; 3 step-daughters, Sheila LaRue, Clinton, Mo.; Diane Gregory, state of Nebraska; Tina Gregory, state of Colorado. Also surviving are numerous grandchildren; great-grandchildren and step-grandchildren. Graveside services will be 2:00 p.m., Friday, June 3, at Clinton Memory Gardens, Clinton, with Rev. Clif Dudley officiating. Condolences may be left online at www.hadleyfuneralhome.com.

James Michael Doran III Obituary

James Michael Doran III, beloved husband, father, grandfather & friend passed away in the comfort of his home on June 7, 2011 in League City, TX. He was born Dec. 7, 1939 in Kansas City, MO. He served in the Air Force stationed in Okinawa. Jim sold real estate for the Hales Co. Realtors & later as a Sales Manager for the J. C. Nichols Co. He moved to Dallas in Jan, 1982 & began his career in the car business working as Director of Fleet Operations for the Heritage dealership in Plano, TX & David McDavid dealerships in Irving, TX. Jim was an avid sailor making 6 Gulf crossings, one to deliver medical supplies to a hospital in Havana, Cuba. Those who loved him will always warmly remember his kindness & gentle spirit. He is survived by his wife, Carol, sisters, Linda Darnell & Lamoyne Hedgecock, daughters, Celeste Cendroski, Robyn Shepherd & Nicole Pelkey, 2 grandson's Danny & Dylan & other beloved family members & friends. Memorial service will be on June 25 4PM-6PM @ Portofino Harbour Marina & Yacht Club in Kemah, TX. In lieu of flowers, the family asks memorials to be made in Jim's name in the research for the cure of Parkinson's disease.

From Carol on 6/15 . . .
Family & Friends, Jim's youngest sister, Lamoyne owns Commanche Acres, a very large Iris farm in Gower, MO. I've asked her to name an Iris after Jim. She has selected a Spuria Iris, which will thrive & grow in the Texas climate. She'll be sending it to me once it's picked and registered.

What a wonderful idea!

As most of you know, Jim was a very close cousin to Pat (Damsgard) Hoglund. He‟s going to be missed by many, but especially missed by Pat. She tells me they were like brother & sister all their lives. Jim & Pat at Pat‟s home in Cibolo, TX

An update from our “fearless leader” Ed Heinlein

Happy Anniversary
While grieving over the loss of Fred Peery, Emmy Fetters and Jim Doran (and Harold Shewmaker’s brother, Warren) and being horrified upon learning of Marcia and Bob Russell’s serious injuries and total loss of their house, I realized that it is been just about ten years since I first contacted Class members through classmates.com. What an adventure it has been! One of the things I have learned is that we cannot predict when our journey in this world will end, or how. Some of our Classmates have passed away relatively quickly, and others have lingered and suffered. We have all put in a great deal of “knee time” over the years, and it has been helpful and healthy for us to do so. I knew neither Em nor Jim well, and have not seen Jim since graduation. Yet I felt great loss when they passed. Fred, of course, I knew well. While Warren Shewmaker and I never met, I knew him slightly thru Harold’s eyes and words. We have sent contributions to the Class’s Coverdell Memorial Scholarship Fund in honor of each of these men. Vivian and I once again offer our condolences to the families of these men and to the families of the other Classmates who have passed away. However, I feel most fortunate to have known Fred, Em and Jim directly or vicariously through other Classmates. I would have never had the chance to know them or to grieve over their passing had we all not got together, again. I am so pleased to be in touch with the members of Class of 1957 and am proud to be one of those members. So I say once again: Happy 10th Anniversary, Class of 1957! On a personal note, I have just started a new Parkinson’s medication, which I have been resisting for eleven years. As I have been taking it only two days, I will report on its effectiveness next month. Keep your fingers crossed for me! And, Marilyn, your idea of publishing pics of Classmate dads with their kids is a HOOT! Ed

From Sharon’s Kitchen . . .

Hot summer days really “wring me out” and the last thing I want to do is heat the oven or stand over the stove. If a hot heavy meal doesn’t sound good to you, don’t cook-TOSS! Here are two main-dish salads that I like--one with a fiesta flair. I hope you like them. (Sharon)

It’s easy to halve the amounts for a smaller family

2 10oz. pkg frozen lima beans 2 cups sliced fresh mushrooms 1 cup chopped red onion ¾ cup fully cooked ham, small cubes 1/3 cup chopped ripe olives ¼ cup snipped parsley 1 4oz jar diced pimiento, drained

1/3 cup tarragon or white wine vinegar ¼ cup olive oil or salad oil 2 cloves garlic, minced ½ tsp sugar ½ tsp salt ½ tsp lemon juice 1/8 tsp pepper

Cook lima beans according to package directions. Drain. Rinse with cold water; drain again. In a mixing bowl combine beans, mushrooms, onion, ham olives, parsley, and pimiento. For dressing: In a screw-top jar, combine vinegar, oil, garlic, sugar, salt, lemon juice, and pepper. Cover and shake to combine. Pour over bean mixture and toss to coat. Cover and chill 3 to 24 hours before serving, stirring once or twice.

1 head iceburg lettuce 1 can pinto beans, rinsed ¼ pound sharp cheddar, cheese grated Chopped green chile 3/4 cup corn chips, crushed ½ cup Italian salad dressing 1 avocado, sliced 2 tomatoes, cut in wedges Ripe, pitted olives (optional)

Tear crisp lettuce into a large bowl. Toss with beans, cheese, green chile, and chips. Add dressing and toss lightly. Garnish with avocado, tomato, and olives. Chill and serve as a main course. “Yo tengo mucho hambre” after reading this, Sharon … wouldn‟t Ms. Cronbaugh be proud of me?? That was always my favorite phrase in Spanish class. (Don‟t understand? Google it!)

And from the mailbox . . .
Karen Winterowd had told us of their plans to sell their house and travel in their RV. Well, this gives them a good excuse to take out quickly. Here’s a email I received (5/29) from Karen, which she sent to many of her Santa Fe friends . . . Dear friends - It is hard to ignore the daily news of the tornado victims in Joplin, Mo!!!!!! Sandy & I both realized that we wanted to do something. We are going back there in 2 weeks in our little travel trailer. Sandy has contacted folks at the Salvation Army & they are encouraging us to come & do the volunteer "du jour" work of the day. And good friends, Tom & Dottie (at the Lake where I came out here from) told us of Coachlite RV Park & they are saving us a spot + I think Tom & Dots are going to come down & join us - they are experts at this 'cause of what they do in the Winter months in the South. I have a dear friend from high school (who is a cancer survivor & has had some other serious health issues) whose home was demolished w/Marcia & her husband in it - only a back wall & the fireplace are standing. Marcia is in ICU at St. John's Hosp. in nearby Springfield (where Kristen received her nurses training). If Salvation Army doesn't need the old social worker, I can go over & assist Marcia w/her needs & recovery. You all know me & wonder why I'm telling you all of this. The back of our pick up will be empty to carry the little love gifts that you want to send w/us!!!!! Yes, when you are at the store pick up an extra tube of toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, shampoo, bars of soap. Yes, go through your linen & throw in that extra set of sheets or towels that you really don't need but they will - theirs got blown to smithereens! Go through your closets & look at some clothing, underwear, shoes that you could do w/out. Flashlights & batteries, it's really dark there now. O.K., we're counting on you to fill our pick up. Call us & we'll gladly come pick up your stuff. 9820471 home, 660-2045, S' cell, 670-9775, K's cell. Thanx - from the Land of Enchantment to the Heartland - yes, we'll help out. xo Sandy & Karen And then on 6/13 . . . Hi friends - We arrived at our campsite - in overflow - after dark but did get a glimpse of one area of town that the tornado hit while skipping over the interstate that we were on. YOU COULD SMELL IT! I remember my brother taking me to a disaster area West of Dallas some years back & you could smell the death & destruction. Last night I recalled that smell. ChaCha & I are "home" this a.m. resting & tidying up our "nest". Sandy just left to go in & see what is up, what they want him to do & to see where to drop off all of your "goodies". He will come back around noon, fill me in & we'll possibly go see my injured friend, Marcia who is now in a rehab in Springfield, Mo. Very hot & humid but green, green, green - still love the grass and trees. As I write, CNN is showing me the Az fires & the critical danger that NM is in. Breathe lightly my friends. One happy little note. Sandy indulged me & we diverted our travels off of 40 Highway down to Duncan, Ok. to sneak in a joyful little visit w/Jerry & Geraldine Davis, two favorite friends from high school. Geraldine was always the best one to talk to, laugh & giggle with. Jerry, too, & we did a lot of that for a few hours before we got back on the highway & our adventure. Sandy enjoyed them, also, & I'm sure we will find reasons to continue this fun time together in the future. Their home is so lovely & sounds as if they truly have gained some great friends to socialize with in the 6 yrs. that they have been

there. I asked Gerry if she had a special status there since papa had been the big Methodist minister in town & she said we wouldn't believe how well they have been received & treated. In Gerry's humble way she commented that it was almost embarrassing. Says nice things about her Mom & Dad. Rev. Wahl died 2 yrs. ago at age 103! Wow. We shall keep you posted. As Harry S. Truman use to sing, "Way down in Missouri............" From the Ozarks. S & K And 6/14 . . . Hi Marilyn - Sandy took this pic of Marcia & me on his "Droid". Only wish we took a pic of Jerry & Geraldine w/his cell 'stead of my camera & I could have sent a pic of those 2 today. You'll have to wait for the Davis' 'til we get home I guess. Marcia is the same wonderful Marcia that we all knew as kids. She has been through so much & very fortunate to be alive but her spirits are high as well as her attitude at what happened to her as well as husband, Bob. She has some physical challenges to overcome such as ambulation but she appears to be ready to start working on that w/physical, occupational & speech therapist's. It was so much fun to see Jerry & Geraldine Sun. They both looked great & their home is so lovely. Remember how Geraldine could put colors or an outfit together & look "smashing"? That is how their home is. They appear to still be the best of friends, enjoy each other & their family & friends around them. Lots of love there. Shortly after Sandy took our picture, Marcia began telling me about your early banking venture, Marilyn, when you were 5 & you wanted to be the first human ATM. I believe you swallowed a nickel & for some reason the Dr. your Mom took you to put a black dot on your neck at the base of your throat. Marcia said that she was afraid to look at that dot for fear something would happen. What?!? More of our 5 year old wisdom in the Midwest! More later. xo Karen That “nickel adventure” is something Marcia and I will never forget. The “spot” was put there after the x-ray showing the Dr just where it was located so he could go down the throat after it. I started out at a Dr office in Independence where I‟d been shopping with my aunts, but it was down too far for him to reach, so they fwd‟d me to KU Med Center in K.C. The nickel had been given to me to buy an ice cream cone at Woolworth‟s. Guess I got tired of waiting … Carl says I would definitely hold out for the ice cream today! To show inflation, my niece (Georgeanne‟s oldest child) swallowed a quarter about 25 years later. Anyway, I wouldn‟t let my Mom wash the dot off … don‟t know if I considered it my “badge of courage” or if I just had fun scaring Marcia!

Thanks to Karen, Sandy, and all of the other volunteers that have gone to the aid of Joplin.

DeeAnn (Ott) Herde and her husband, Ed, have been a busy couple lately . . .
Dear Marilyn, Thanks again for all the updating you do for us. Our prayers and hearts go out to all those touched by disasters this past few months especially Marcia and Bob. Called Karen and they'll be staying in Carthage at a campground where we stay alot. Glad to talk with her and know she'll be working with the Salvation Army. She's very knowledgeable and helped me when I owned the business. We returned from wintering in Texas slowly because of high winds and rain. Less than a week later we drove to St. Louis to pick up our daughter at the airport and help her get ready to move to Maryland. The tornado was only blocks from us and the airport pictures you saw on TV is where we had just been. Again we returned home to leave. My ten year younger sister Novella Perrin just opened a museum in Branson, Missouri. She has the largest collection of Gone With The Wind memorabilia in the U. S. Ed and I missed the Joplin tornado, camped in the campground that just opened after the flood -stayed two weeks to stock the museum - had two teen age granddaughters with us- left the day before the campground flooded again. Parse God we are safely home. We are working on our "to do" list. The yard work is always there and with ninety plus degree weather we work early mornings and late evenings. Called Paula Rhodes, Jeannie Staub and John Dilllingham. All are fine - John is busy as he always is and feeling well. Paula is still the great seamstress, fared the wind and rain in Oklahoma. We talk about blood pressure medications alot! Jeannie says she's well for her age, loves retirement, stays home and takes blood pleasure medication. How our conversations have changed over the years!! We did slip in the dinner at "Rumors" and were able to see some of the class. Sorry we missed some of you and the scholarship presentation. Dee Ann

Now THAT was a memorable movie! Thanks, DeeAnn, for telling us about Novella‟s museum. I‟d love to visit it. Maybe someday.

Classmates birthdays coming in July . . .
July 4 – United States of America !!! July 9 – Jim Caton (deceased) July 10 – Bobbie (Andes) Monahan July 12 – Willis Mullins July 13 – Mr. Jim Brockman July 16 – Larry Beary July 19 – Pat (Damsgard) Hoglund July 20 – Dave Nealy July 31 – Judy (Barnhart) Barford

Happy Birthday!!!!

Submit your news to . . .
Marilyn (Prewitt) Williams 2813 NE Kendallwood Pkwy #4 Gladstone, MO 64119 (816)437-9422; cell (620)224-6623 marilynwms@kc.rr.com

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