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Date she gives is 1947; others who have posted below disagree. It's all we have." --Count Billy Varga to Lou Thesz at a long-ago CAC banquet at the Sportsmens Lodge in Sherman Oaks, California Funk, Sr. Or something.--------------------"All we have left is our memories, Lou.
v=sq4e Sebz Mxo&list=PLA36F1E7FCC5920FE Ken If this card is from Dallas, it is from late September/early October 1952. and Al and Abe Kashey were all in the territory at that time. and Abe Kashey were both in Ohio in March 1948, when Funk wrestled as Dory Dean.--------------------https:// Wrestling https://twitter.com/krisswrestling https://wweoldschool.wordpress.com/ I think it's Abe, and I think it's Texas (from the brawling level and the ref's gear) but I wouldn't bet on it.
Various Artists - American Primitive Vol II (2005) From the spooky harmonies of the Nugrape Twins to the downhome hum of Pigmeat Terry, this consistently astounding selection of pre-Second World War US blues and folk remnants is the gateway to a lost world whose familiarity is as compelling as its strangeness.
Livewire had applied for a change of use of the unit that presently houses Funky Dory Shoes in the shopping centre, with Warrington Library having looked set to move into the shop if the plans had been passed.
Councillors were set to decide whether to grant planning permission for the scheme at this evening’s development management committee, but the application was withdrawn this afternoon.
'Hunkey' was in use in the USA by 1861, when it was used in the title of the Civil War song It's clear that the 'hunky' part of 'hunky-dory' is from the above usages. By 1877, John Russell Bartlett suggested a Japanese influence.
The 4th edition of was the stage name of the variety performer Thomas Dilward, popular in the USA in the 1860s - and conspicuously not Japanese.
It's all we have." --Count Billy Varga to Lou Thesz at a long-ago CAC banquet at the Sportsmens Lodge in Sherman Oaks, California Loved the opportunity to watch this.