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on the violin called The Moth and the Flame. And one of the girls from the store played on the piano and sang a new song called The Rosary but it was so sad. Fanny Benson recited a funny piece after that about a children's party. One of Frank's friends had a doll with him and he pretended the doll was speaking but I could see his lips move and I knew he was speaking himself but he made the doll say the funniest jokes about Republicans and Democrats. Then two of the girls hung up a sheet and put a lamp behind it and made the parlor dark and they made all kinds of funny shadows with things only sometimes you could see their hands too a little. Jerry recited Casey at the Bat and made it sound so real. I didn't understand it so much but all the men liked it a lot because they know all about baseball. And Frank and Jerry and two other men all sang together. First they sang Juanita and then Frank sang Waltz Me Around Again Willie and everybody liked the way he sang so much they wanted more and so he sang Little Annie Rooney and I felt like crying because I never knew how beautiful his voice was before. Then everybody began saying now Mary must play for us and so I sat down and I played the Poet and Peasant and everybody clapped so I guess I didn't make so many mistakes except I kept the loud pedal down through one of the soft parts but I don't think anybody noticed.
And then some of the older people went home and we had more room to dance. Liz's boy played on the violin and one of the girls from the store played on the piano and they never played together before but they got along wonderfully together. We danced the waltzes and Jerry showed us how to do the German. But I liked best when we danced the lancers and Jerry told us what to do and made us laugh by making his voice squeak all of a sudden or else making it roar

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