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The lifelong friends of “The Girls from Ames,’’ Iowa, including Jane Nash, second from right, who now lives in Mansfield. The lifelong friends of “The Girls from Ames,’’ Iowa, including Jane Nash, second from right, who now lives in Mansfield. (Teness Herman)
By Jan Gardner
July 5, 2009

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