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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

w •T It : * /A Zy. /> ° '■\f?;.Vg. zmas. THURSDAY, J E, MA State Inspector Visits School Here V* irfj' , VI Ml / ||p*% v ^ . M.L.CADWALLADER CLPASO, COUNTY :\ A.M.WHITE RP WINDHAM Ishilsv. COUMTVl .WW KlXBiRO.COUWTV msm mOOUClAS POUNDS UU880CK.COUNTY M.FORR CAM! ROM. COO MTV : HI; Hi ^ R.B.6ARY novo, county J. A. MOORE OALLAS, COUNTY J.R.WRIGHT HOMII, COUNTY H.RUETER M<LCNNAN. COUNTV WW. DOLLAHITE BLANCO. COUNTV 1CT .'t >. ^ j, Meteor 1928. * ■■<■ ■ NUMBER 41 Prf. R. A. Manire informe d that the inspector from the State Department of Education was with them just before Xmas and that her report will Show that it is imperative that M&ii- sonville have a new high schol building before the next tefoh begins. She found the croWdecl conditions we spoke of in our last issue and no available spafee for other pupils and theyv are coming every week asking for admittance to our school. v%v * Mr. Manire will give thfe re- port to the public as soon as he receives same from the S...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

■ -> , L Local and Personal L. T. Cretsinger was over from Normangee one day last week. Will Sanders was in from North Zulch the past wdek on business. Ed Dowell was a business visi- tor from North Zulch the past week. R. A. Hooper went down to Houston for a few days visit the past week. o Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilson of Bedias were visitors in the city the past week. o Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Midkiff were here from Bedias the past week. o— Mrs. L. J. Claire and son Hor- ace are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Ash for a few days. Mrs. W. C. Keuntzie of Can- yon were here to visit relatives during the holidays. o Miss Loula Malone was at home from S. H. S. T. College to spend the holidays. o Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Hibbitts were among the visitors at Mr and Mrs. L. E. Gibbs home. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hendrix were here the past week from Ennis to visit relatives. Sam Word came from Hous- ton to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Word. B. H. Smith, Jr., was with his parents, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

--ex • 'ii'wn*"~ THC CZ WILLO CONCERT COMPANY ;"«':y' c- : , > ::*4Z'- , , , M'"-i T2 o Do Coucct't Company is ono oT the most unique compan- ies in concert work. On our Ly ceum course lL:y v/ill teaturo Do Wii'.o Sciiurau r./.d liis ConcarMna Grande. Thin is an instrument that app:-cc'Ii?s the pine organ in tau> vo'uni"! r.:::1 DeW l'o is one of th:: world's rocognised iuastars of the instninunt. The other members of the com pany are LaNoami Coffin, violinist, a pupil of the famous Tirindelli; and Mrs. DeWllIo Semcrau, aoprauo and pianist. More than half of (heir program consists of ensemble The uniting of these three tii'iir-ts given us ono of the most -factory Lyceum attractions we have ever had. ,, • i f >. >.« , i SIMCNTON-PARK "t Miss Gladys Park and Mr. Clyde Simonton were married the holiday season at the homo of the bride. • Mr. Simonton is an excellent young farmer of Madison county and we are sure he will make a good showing in the game of life. The bride is t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

mmm i! Safe 1 I TSIARRIAG ELICENSES IS- SUED IN DECEMBER eC. C. Crow and Mollie Rowin. J. B. Smith and Willie Dell /Crocker. J. M. Failes and Nannie Mars. v Ttfuel Lowery and Myrtle :Adams. Sam Butler and Sarah Bessie 'Brown. Homer McCleney and Vivian barren. Darnel Neely and Kizzie Thomp- E. W. Johnson and Myrtle Sucker. Mike L. Votuskey and Mrs. CKarie Grant. Acie Fields and Clemie Mack- jaxnore. Wilbert Harrison and Mrs. Ef- ifie Rodgers. J. B. Keefer and Lula Mc- . Commack. Andis Harmon and Ella Mae llontgmery. Buron Seay and Pearl Davis. Travis Cooper and Stella Wade. Ernest Ivey and Ethel Starnes "Willie Gibes and Ada Mays. TT. F. Morton and Mrs. Bea- trice Merchant. •Carlton Hibbite and Effie Rum- field. Coulter Bohn and Jessie Mit- chell. Curtis Murray and Ellen Mc- • Caig. ►Ozell Brooks and Nonie Jones. TVnnmie Bledsoe and Opal "Burk. Ersell McVey and Bertie Mae JDean. Lummie Serges and Beatrice (Cflbert. E. S. Wilson and Myrtle Skin- ®aleigh Hlghtower and Elo- •se Burke. ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

t Sunday School ' Lesson' (By RBV. P. B. F1TZWATER. D.D., Dmb Moody Blbl. Inatltute of Chicago.) (©, 1*17, by Western Newspaper Union.) Lesson for January 8 JECUS AND THE 8ICK LKSSON TEXT—Mark 1:21-45. GOLDEN TEXT-He hath doao all things well: He rtiaketh b.ith tlie deaf to hear and the durnb to epeak. PRIMARY TOPIC—Jesus Makes Sick People Well. JUNIOR TOPIC—John Welcomes antf Baptizes Jesus. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Jesus Shows His Sympathy and Power. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP IC—Jesus' Power to Make Whole. 1 The purpose of M:trk in this peetio:i is to show Jesus Christ the Divine Servant bearing God's message and clothed with the power to save lost souls. Coupled with rite superhuman strength is revealed His unwearied sympathy, giving itself out in helpful and saving service. I. Jcsu3 Teaching With Authority (vv. 21, 22). 1. The place (v. 21). It was in the synagogue In Caper- naum wl;ere He with four disciples re- paired "straightway" upon His en- trance into the village....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

*<*'• WITH THE GOING OF THE OLD YEAR, AND. THE COMING OF THE NEW, WE ARE. AWARE OF OUR OBLIGATION TO THE PUBLIC IN REGARD TO THANKS FOR THE NICE BUSINESS WE HAVE ENJOYED THE PAST YEAR. WE SOLICIT YOUR FUTURE GOOD WILL UPON THE MERITS OF OUR PAST RELATIONS. J. L. Cleere Grocery A HAPPY AN DPROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Affords me an opportunity to express to my custo- mers and friends the pleasure I derive from the cordial relations existing between 41s. May we wish you and yours Much Happiness in 1928 J. E. Wells The Transfer Man. Phone 75 I .-stflf.:' SEASONS GREETINGS fO f6u i ' - - ;.S -rt> T f In* looking back over the past year we are in- deed grateful for the place that has been given us in pubilc favor. It's indeed a real reward, and while many merchants measure their success by dollars and cents, to us there is that something unpurchasable X- YOUR GOOD WILL. Knight Service Station ■sss/sss/ssssssJWJWs TO OUR WE APPRECIATE THE PATRONAGE GIVEN US THIS YEAR—AND WE WISH FOR EVERYONE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

sens vnitm I nu.li!j i .wmaampmmv! > wb . 11928 7zm vm IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEBiaBBBiS!iiiaBafcEiiiiiiS $|j«!IiIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI IBBBB3BBBBBBBBBBBBBI WE THANK YOU - - - ,, —For the liberal patronage accrded us during the yeur that is now past and solicit your trade during the New Year, with every good wish for you, dur- ing the year 1928. ' .v< ' First National Bank TO MY FRIENDS .A x I |^artily thank you for the good will you have shown me. Our friendships are our greatest asset, and the spirit of the holidays provides op- portunity to greet you. I extend my most cordial greetings and best wishes for your prosperity and happiness. < • C. Ferguson, The Tailor WE GREET YOU WITH BEST WISHES - • J . Vi VT WE WISH TO THANK YOU - - - For your splendid co-operation with us this year and we want our new friends to feel at home with us when in town with us. Remember our motto is "SERVICE," and we try to please. Wishing you a most prosperous New Year, we are at your service night...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

* • #' <r*'« ,f m9 .. . .S 1 •V0 \ Pro T ravels C er way * .v- ; f :ty- r*. .k ■. AfV/i " Gulf States Utilities Co. $6.00 Dividend Cumulative Preferred Stock • \> •s; This is the Electrical Age. Progress travels a Copper Highway. Ample Electrical Power is an essential to de- velopment. That is one rea- son why this advertisement is of interest to you. Here you have an oppor- tunity to profit both directly and indirectly by investing in $6.00 dividend cumula- tive preferred stock of Gulf States Utilities Company. You profit directly in the forrr. of regit- lar dividends. Indirectly you benefit by the general prosperity that results from the upbuilding of your communi- ty, section or state. The Gulf States Utilities Company and the Western Public Service Company are under the same execu- tive management. Ill South- east Texas and Southwest Louisiana, Gulf States Util- ities Company provides electricity, ice, water and gas for many large and small communities. Its transmission li...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

«£ NORTH ZULCH NEWS Rev. C. B. Thompson and fam- ily have returned home after spending the holidays with rela- tives at Dallas and Carrollton. They report a pleasant visit. N—Z—N Mr. and Mrs. James Lowman of Port Arthur spent a few days with Mrs. Lowman's father, J. D. McGill of this place. N—Z—N Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McGauhey and baby have returned to their home in Abilene after a pleas- ant visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Helflin. Ellis is a student of Abilene Christian College. N—Z—N North Zulch is supplying her part of the teacher. Those that were home for the holidays were namely: Misses Annie Bob Mc- Gill ; Ila Bell Terrell, who teach- es near Houston; Myrtle Berry, Freeport; Corrinne Andrews, Kirvin; Alice Lipscomb, Hous- ton Public Schools; Maggie D. Still, Centerville; Mayfle Mays, Grimes Switch; Mr. and Mrs. Lewell Taylor, near Brecke- nridge; Aubra Ferrell, Keith; and Cade Berry who is teaching in Robbinson county. N—Z—N Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Houston and little son, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

< I'1 • tm HV.. . feli inrr i - ' 'i BLUE AND GRAY REF1GHT give you more hell than you ov- A BATTLE «r hud; driving your front line o back two milos. That was De- (Memphis Commercial Appeal) cumber HI, 1802. You ain't for- Twe veterans of the Civil War got that have you, 'Reb.'?" recently refought the Rattle of "I remember that day. It was Stone River while wilting in when I received h minie ball in Memphis for « pasaeuger train m>' ' hoy shot me out and to carry thorn into Texas. to a hospital, and One veteran had an empty cut olt m>' 1 WttS out ot the coat sleeve dangling at his right side. The other used a crutch. The veteran carrying the empty sleeve lost his ai m at Stone river and the one with the crutch lost a leg there. Jim Bigelow of Ringgold. Mor- gan county. Ohio, was sitting in the waiting room most all day. He was the man with an empty sleeve. I .ate in the afternoon Coionel Neal Carter of Nixonville. S. C., hobbled in and tok a seat near Bigelow. They eyed eac...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

\ vto'/y r Making Indigestible Foods Digestible AN old-fashioned dinner, served not long1 ago by a new-fashioned hostess was acclaimed with delight and amaze- ment. "But I thought with present day dietetics we were to be denied all these rich things to eat!" exclaimed one of the guests. "You can combine a knowledge of modern dietetics with old-fash- ioned food," replied the hostess and she proceeded to explain the digestibility of some of the seem- ingly indigestible foods. The secret lies in combining pineapple with heavier and less easily digested foods, since the pineapple, itself, is a powerful digestive. Pineapple Dumplings made just as our grandmothers made apple dumplings by replacing the old-fashioned apple by the modern canned Hawaiian pineapple which contains an enzyme bromelin acts as a direct aid in. the diges- tion of other foods—especially meats. They are made by mix- ing and sifting two cups of flour, four teaspoons baking powder, two tablespoons sugar and one- half t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 January 1928

JAMES C. CALDWELL i £9Mt£ James C. Caldwell was born near Old Waverly in Walker county, Texas October 14, 1852, and passed away at his home in the Green Brier community Jan- nary 1, 1928. He came to Madison county #hen a small boy, coming here to the Mitchell place 53 years ago, where he has made his home ever since. He was married to Miss Lil- lias Mitchell March the 12,1879. To this union, was born six chil- dren: John, Callie, George, Eth- an, Lizzie and Rella. Callie passed to her reward when a child and was the first to be buried in the Green Brier ceme- tery, which was given for a burial place by her father and mother, r He leaves to mourn his going his wife, five children, seven- teen grandchildren, three great grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. C. L. Kirkland of Houston. STATEMENT I told Mr. Wren after the other election I didn't think would run for treasurer this year, and if I didn't I would like for him to run. He had said he would not run if I did. Thinking I would not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 January 1928

A* S '• ' • # f f o V . ? , . ! D M '' ";V tfcs •« v. * 'a . ^ ' The Madisonville Meteor — And Commonwealth AV THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1928. NUMBER 42 LYCEUM NUMBS A GREAT SUCCESS 'Da NEW RAILROAD HAS BEGUN WORK DE WILLO CONCERT COM-1 PANY, FEATURING MR. DE^ WILLO, PERFORMED BE- FORE MERE HANDFUL OF MADISONVILLE COT* ZENS. Tuesday evening, at the high school auditorium, three really wonderful artists gave as splen- did a musical program as any anyone in Madisonville, or Madi- son county, or even the State 6$ Texas,as for that, could expect to hear, and at the same time see the performers, for less than three to four dollars per ticket. Yet, in that large aplenty audi- torium, there was only a small group of people, and some them looked exceedingly bored to begin with, but as the pro- gram moved along, interaper- ced with witty sayings by Mr. De Willo, the expressions of' boredom vanished completely, and in its place appeared one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 January 1928

Hi a w " • IJ. l t I - ■ P I i I IS ' I CENTER DOTS Hie holidays are past and the new year has dawned. With it ernes new resolutions* I wonder how many lived up to those made last year. But that is past —we must begin anew. Here is a good resolution for us all: "Let your life be useful to some one in someway, every day." Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Ross, of Houston, spent the holidays with Sirs. Ross* parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson. Mr. Arthur Beeman and fam- ily of Seabrook; Mr. and Mrs. W L. Lson of Dallas, visited Mr Rue) Lindsey and family during the holidays. Mr. Ben BuQard and family have moved back to their home at Bollard. We regret very much to hav this good family leave our cxnmunity. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Blagrave entertained the young folks last Tuesday night with a play party. Mr. Joe Morgan came hom* Sunday from Eustace. Charter No. C336 Some District X«l 11 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE First National Bank At Madisoxville. di the State of Texas, at the Close of Bcscress ox Dece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 January 1928

'-r *■ o>ttoi hi# Soda low! HAVE you bought your Nitrate of Soda? Now is the time to do it. Last season mar.y farmers waited too long...then were unable to get it and had to use other things. "Once is enough," they say. This year they're making sure of their Soda by ordering now. Chilean Nitrate of Soda is the only nitrogen that meets every cotton requirement. It sets a fine crop ahead of weevils and makes good in spite of fleas, flood or drought. It has no acid effect on your soil. It won't burn your hands or your clothes. There is no substitute for it...and farmers who realize this are farmers who make money. Now, with cotton high and Soda low, you are in a fine position. Don't take any chances. Put in your order and be on the safe side, while the price of Nitrate of Soda is so favorable. Jit's Soda—Not Luck! Almost every cotton champion in *25 and '26 used Nitrate of Soda. Do you think that just happ&ned? Think of the best crops in your section this year. Does it just happ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 January 1928

« ' ! ^ i TO VOTERS OF MADISON COUNTY 0 i take this method of announ- cing for reelection to the office of Tax Collector. I desire to thank the voters for the liberal support which they have given me in the past elections, and for the hearty co- operation during the time I have been in office. 1} have tried to discharge the dimes of the office accoM^gjgto la"M as I promised to dl ifefare I was elected. I will not have time to see each one personally without neg- lecting the duties of the office. I am therefore asking each of you that see fit to do so, to cast a vote for me at the polls in July and I assure yop/that it will be appreciated. / Wishing you a happy and prosperous 1928, X am yours for service. Jas. A* Fannin, iTax Collector. NOTICE I have in the city pound pen one old black mule, mane cut close, split in left ear, shod all bas<i f*#bout pqpfids. «ni§ lull #111 be sold Saturday, January 14, at city pen to the highest bidder, if not called for and all charges paid. Phone...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 January 1928

ANNOUNCING FOR I TAX COLLECTOR i t y INFANT DIES The voters of Madison County tL, jrn • a ^rs-, *^ac^ will find my name again this "■hqaes Freeport, Tuesday of year in the announcementtwins, a boy and agin. column of the Meteor for Tax ljhe. f>aby boy died and was Collector. In my race two years )rroug Connor for burial. ago I was not elected but I hold no ill v*ill against any body for not voting for me and further- more, I very much appreciate the support giveh riie at that time bv those who did vote for me. I believe in the old time doctrine of democracy and have been a democratic farmer all my life and am now getting older and believe that my record in Madison County will merit the,,, , . . support of voters for this im- the bat>y lrl are nlce,y- portant office. I believe I l Mr. A. McCromack was here the first of the week from the city of Houston. Mr. McCro- mack was formerly the county engineer of this county, but he would not own up to what he is .doing at this time, in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 January 1928

M >r' I • STORE NEWS — AT — COOPER'S Keep your eye on this store dur- the year of 1928. You can- pay more here; we have got res that will suit any purse. Stop and read. They are knock- JBlts! DRESSES {One lot Ladies Silk Dresses, just ^ancrived. Made to sell at $5.95. SPECIAL — Our Price — LOOK— S2.98 —LOOK DRESSES One Lot Ladies Silk Dresses in £he Spring colors; beautiful, and amrth $7.95. SPECIAL •OUR $4.98 PRICE MAN SET ON FIRE BY AN ENEMY; FOUND ON STEPS San Antonio, Tex. —an. 6.— Telling an almost incoherent story of having been set on fire by an enemy, Luciano J. Viiiar fell into unconsciousness after dragging himself to his home early Friday morning. Hospital attendants said Vii- iar would probably die. Patrol- man R. Debona happened to pass Villar's home just as he was try- ing to drag himself up the front steps. His clothes were burn- ed from his body and his body was terribly injured. He appar- ently had dragged himself for several blocks. Yillar named a man. whom he s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 January 1928

MIDWAY ——o Miss Ruth Carson, daughter of Mr. Tom Carson, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Walker, of Midway. Mr. Henry Smith and the elderly Mrs. Nettles are on the sick list this week. The condi- tion of each is reported to be critical. We hope them a speedy recovery. Rev. J. B. York and wife, of Del Rio, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Parten, of Midway. Mr. William Carson of Bal- linger, Texas, spent the holidays with his sister, Mrs. H. L. Wal- ker, of Midway. Mr. C. R. Smith has returned from a visit with his wife at Dal- las, Texas. o Mr .and Mrs. Jimmie Lindsey are the proud parents of a baby girl, Hattie Ophelia, arrived on January 1. COST OF PRODUCING COTTON 0 In the Dallas News of last Sunday appeared an article on the low cost of Cotton produc- tion based on the "More Cotton on Fewer Acres" contest in 1927. The lowest cost of production reported was that of a negro in Smith county, 3 1-2 cents per pound. The highest cost of pro- duction was in the case of a man in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 January 1928

1 ! GALVESTON DRY GOODS COMPANY •///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////"/""/"W/W/W"'"""""' INVITES YOU to visit our Store and inspect the new goods that will be pouring into our store this week and, for the next several weeks to come. J .• '•. ■ ) > ■ S i .1, ■ ' ■ • ''J ••••"• * - ' V. OUR AIM is not to disappoint you on QUALITY GOODS and sell to you at thfr price you want • . : V1J to pay. ,.v rv v>; V; [ THE FAMILY STORE •'* i.r-,? Madisonville, v9 rs r-r ?,;■ s 8C Coiirpa W. L. CROUCH, Mgr. i (Continued from First Page) Willo, lie.,taking the lead in one place and play in a, solo of "Hu- mor esque;" while the > violinist played, at the same time, "Way Down Upon the Swanee River.". Mrs. De Willo is a graduate of Husch Conservatory and is the possessor of a lovely soprano voice, having wonderful volume. yShe rendered several solos,'lalsO -serving a6 accompanist at the piano, Where she proved1 to be ^IiU7as adept as With her sing happin...

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