The Brass Ring

The Brass Ring

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The Memoirs of Senator William E. Fears Jr. None of Alfred B. Fear's children, wives or relatives were formally educated except a couple of years in a one room school house, and a whole lot of qhard knockq experience. Earl Jr. knows little of this except he was born in a one room log house built on the Fear's farm, but his family got enough to eat so that he wasn't brain damaged too early. Aunt Myrtle was a beautifully structured woman, and somehow got to New York City, took some kind of secretarial course, and found a secretarial job. She was intelligent, and learned to speak, read, and write proper English. She also learned the proper social amenities of the time. Somehow she met and married a United States Military Academy graduate named Frederick E. HumphreysThat relationship didna#39;t last long, so Earl Sr. opened his own body and fender repair shop in Jonesboro, and he did aquot;eke ... Uncle Tom and one Bill Weaver finally got the Chevrolet dealership in the area, and were very financially successful.

Title:The Brass Ring
Author: William Fears
Publisher:1st World Publishing - 2002-02-01

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