excerpt from 'Living in the lane' pp. 8 (103 words)

excerpt from 'Living in the lane' pp. 8 (103 words)

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Living in the lane

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The local dancing teacher […] Mrs Barnes’ daughter took part in a concert on one occasion in the Parish Hall. She wore short black pants black tights and carried a top hat and cane while she sang “Walking my Baby back home”. I thought she put it over marvellously. Later on she too became a dancing teacher and the Peggy Barnes dancers appeared in every pantomime, Also at the concert we saw magic lantern slides and even an old Charlie Chaplin film. [My sister] Mary was asked to sing a carol solo and her voice sounded very small and sweet.  

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