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ep, me Middle-Age Spread For many Americans, myself included in the mmlL battling the bulge can be a problem. and rice pudding for dessert. On Jhesday's we had what was loosely referred to as meat loaf, and rice pudding for dessert. Wednesdays was solne sort of brown mystery meat, with gravy on top of it, and rice pudding for dessert Thursdays we ate chipped I AM CONVINCED there is a special place in heaven for women who have labored in the kitchen during their lifetimes. This includes moth- ers and wives and ladies who run diners, waitresses at Krystal. Waffle Houses and Huddle Houses. would be completely empty. Even the rice pudding would be gone. We also lined up in the classroom to go to lunch each day as "pays" and "frees." The pays were allowed to go first. We marched through the line and got our trays and our ~1 .... o ~ m{ll. ,,,h;l~ *h~ The pays continued to first through the line, but Mrs. Murphy, her heart, held back some~ the bigger, softer roils those poor souls waitin arrears. She also institutedl policy whereby each drew his own milk from moderate, or 35 minutes of , ~.*~#