“He was one of the people who was drafted and had quit school and started down at, it was called Spangs at the time, it was a pipe mill. He had just come back from the Navy and in those days, they had dances for teenagers. I went to school in Ambridge, at St. Veronica’s, and with a couple of my friends, I went to one of those teen dances. So I met him at this dance. You had to be 21 to get married, and I was 20, so my mother had to sign for me.”
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