Month: April 2018

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Rosalie Delphine Hasenfus

80-year-old Rosalie Delphine Hasenfus died at the Mid Coast Hospital on April 11 and was peacefully surrounded by her family. Born on January 24, 1938, Rosalie was the daughter of Delphine DeMers and LaVerne Erickson in Lakes, Wisconsin. She lived in many Wisconsin and Minnesota towns until her family settled in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in […]

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Long-term independent residents celebrate their 100th birthday

Helen Young, who has lived independently for a long time, has achieved a milestone that most people can only hope for. On April 6, she celebrated her 100th birthday. At her current retirement community in the East Park in Brook Park, her room’s table was covered with 80 birthday cards. Tied to her chair is […]

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Toy Story: Classic Retro

A few weeks ago we did some spring cleaning, because that was what you did in spring. Clear the drawer. Clear the pile. Eliminating the closet. You will never hear the expression “clean autumn”. When the wind blows in winter, people rarely pick up. We would rather not break the extra sweat during the summer. […]

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Halloween costumes lead national partnerships, etc.

Title insurance is boring, but Allied Title and Escrow explain the jargon here and make it (somewhat) more interesting. This bi-weekly column will explore the secular (but very necessary!) world of title insurance and share the interesting stories of two friends’ entrepreneurial ventures. This week we will discuss how to dress up for Halloween as […]

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On the thirteenth meeting with Speakeasy Shining at the Lady Beard Mystery Museum

The bearded lady was once the protagonist of the fanatical show. For the past six years, Ms. Beard has been the staple food of Burbank, and was partly crafted by atomic discs and Pin Up Girl Boutique, located on the Magnolia Boulevard part of the Renaissance. Halloween Costumes Outlet town. This part of Burbank, which […]

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Four new iron devil masks to join Halloween costume series

It’s never too early to start thinking about your next Wholesale Halloween Costumes. Two years ago, Iron Maiden and Trick or Treat Studios launched a series of new Eddie masks and costumes. Now they have added four new products to their catalogues. This time, “Aces High”, the time, the last border and the number of […]

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Not so good in pink: “average girl”

This is not Rydell High School or Ohio Sweet Apple. Although Grease and Bye Bye Birdie put their stamps on the anxieties of young people in the 20th century and the anxiety of rock and roll, the Mean Girls are prepared to throw each other in the bus (in the literal sense) in order to […]

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Clown, customers say goodbye: Easley’s Fun Shop closed after 72 years

On Saturday, customers of Easley’s Fun Shop, a long-term clothing store in central Phoenix, browsed the best handlebar beard, fluffy clown wig or snow white, and lamented that the beloved shop would close after more than 70 years. Three clowns walked through the front door, walked around the aisles of the store, and caused minor […]

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Friends and family celebrate Wendy Nolan’s life

When Wendy Noren was a girl in Jefferson City, her best friend was Georganne Wheeler. One day Norren wrote a class about her friend. “Georganne has many pets,” Noren wrote a letter on a page with well-printed letters, and there are still some hints for deletions and corrections. “She has a sky blue bird. His […]

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You can try to reverse it in the maze of Halloween

Ready to visit upside down. Things are coming up in Stanger, this year’s Halloween Costumes Outlet Horror Night. Will you find a way out? Universal Orlando Resorts, Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Singapore’s annual Halloween horror night will be a psychological turning point this year. The latest maze of the event will feature popular […]

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