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“O h my,” l au g he d M i s s Id a . “You’re quite right. It is all wrong. The title of our lesson was The Consecrated Cross I Bear.” A SURPRISING CURE Shirlene Sook was pretty riled. “Doctor,” she demanded. “Why in the world did you tell my mother she was pregnant when she came to you for help? She’s really upset. After all, my mom is 58 years old!” “But do e s she s t i l l h ave t he hiccups?” ALWAYS HELPFUL A s t he y d r o ve o ve r K n app’s Na r row s br idge, Dr. P it t P r iv y and his wife Buffy (of Bethesda) disagreed about how to pronounce

the name of the Island. “It’s called TILIGman, I believe,” said Pitt. “ No, I ’m q u i t e s u r e i t ’s ‘TILGman’,” insisted Buffy, as they pulled into the Bridge Restaurant on the island side of the Narrows for lunch. When Shirlene Sook handed them their menus, Buffy asked, “Could you settle an argument for us, my dear? Would you please pronounce where we are, very slowly?” Shirlene leaned dow n and s a i d , “ S u r e , h o n e y. W e s a y ‘Brrrrrriiiiidddggge.’” One of our favorite characters was Jimmy’s cousin Arly, a pleasant fe l low w ho a lw ay s t r ie d to b e helpful. A rly had real dif f icult y

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