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I mistakenly put several updates at the top of part 3 Can't believe this section is at "four" already I guess.

I realized one day that I have one more relic of the 60's, and that is the Chances R waitress uniform that I have been carrying around with me for 40 years. The first uniform we wore consisted of blue denim, hip hugger, bellbottom pants with a white plastic belt, topped off by a blue and white striped shirt. That quickly gave way to the dress you see here, which was subsequently replaced by the 'wholesome sex' of the red, white and blue mini skirt with a white or blue top, which lasted for several years and is the one most people would remember.

I notice the dress still has a few stains. I can't identify them for sure, but if I had to guess I would say that they are the remnants of a whiskey sour, Tom Collins, sloe gin fizz (God, those sorority girls loved the sloe gin fizzes) or possibly plain old beer, that we sold for $1.75 a pitcher, as those were the most popular drinks.

Nancy Claar Flom  nflom1@earthlink.net



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