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Tarea Hall Pittman birthday party held on January 30, 1953. Tarea Hall Pittman sings "My man" [1:08], Mansion C. Hall recites poem [3:53], Clarice Isaacs sings "I only have eyes for you" [5:53], Ike Fletcher sings "Are you lonesome tonight" [7:55], Mrs. James speech [9:36], John Dial tells joke about women workers during World War II [10:37], Clarice Isaacs sings "My devotion" [12:50], Josephine Williams speech [15:19], Art Green speech/minister joke [15:19], Mary Louise Hooper speech [18:32], Ed Price sings "Anytime you're feeling lonely" [20:22], Faye [-] speech [19:49], Faricita Hall sings "What to do about him" [21:44], Helen Anderson speech [23:19], Gwynn Greene 50th wedding anniversary joke [24:11], Evelyn Ware sings "My buddy" [25:35], William Pittman speech [27:29], Les Bailey divorce judge joke [29:02], Ethel and June Hall speech [31:25].
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