Unformatted text preview: LaZBoy a brand of recliner chair.
June berries blueblack and purplish berries growing on shad bushes.
a large indulgence a large amount of money due for sins in order to shorten one's time of punishment in purgatory.
Old Crow a brand of whiskey.
scything grass cutting grass by swinging a scythe, a longhandled implement with a singleedged, curved cutting blade.
Kate Smith a U.S. singer, popular as a radio personality during WWII for her moving rendition of "God Bless America."
Kateri Tekakwitha The daughter of a Christian Algonquin mother and a pagan Mohawk chief, Tekakwitha was born in 1656 in what would become New York State. When she was four years old, all of her family died of smallpox. Tekakwitha survived but was terribly scarred and weak for the rest of her life. After she was converted by missionaries, she lived a single life, teaching prayers to children and helping the sick and aged until she died in 1680, at the age of twentyfour. She was beatified by Pope John Paul II on June 30, 1980. ...
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- Fall '08
- God Bless America, Pope John Paul, New York State., Christian Algonquin mother, pagan Mohawk chief, Tekakwitha