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A young man wanted to get his UNC grad wife something nice for their first wedding anniversary. So he decides to buy her a cell phone. She is all excited, she loves her phone. He shows her and explains to her all the features on the phone. The next day the UNC grad goes shopping. Her phone rings and it's her husband, "Hi hun,"he says "how do you like your new phone?", she replies: "I just love, it's so small and your voice is clear as a bell but there's one thing I don't understand though." "What's that, baby?"asks the husband. "How did you know I was at Wal Mart?"
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-- Clara Barton - April 12, 1912 Born December 25, 1821 Founder of the American Red Cross (Angel of the Battlefield). Barton got involved with the missing soldiers business when a prisoner of war brought her a list of dead soldiers from the legendary Andersonville Confederate prison camp in Georgia. Thanks to her work, Barton was able to return to Andersonville and mark the graves of thousands of soldiers. As head of the missing persons office, Barton became the first woman to run a government bureau, receiving $15,000 in congressional appropriations and working with her own staff. She was called on by a group of men who told her of an organization called the International Red Cross Committee. Barton began work toward an American Red Cross after the government agreed to permit the organization. She served as head of the Red Cross for 22 years.
-- Burl Ives - April 14, 1995 Born June 14, 1909 Actor, Folk Singer, Author. Over the course of a long and diverse show business career, this imposing 300 pound singer appeared in some 30 movies, a dozen Broadway productions and recorded over 100 albums while making countless radio and television appearances. In 1938, he made his Broadway debut in "The Boys from Syracuse" while singing in Greenwich Village clubs. By 1940, he was a radio personality with his own show on CBS, "The Wayfarin' Stranger." He went on to appear in several films and television movies, but his main avenue to fame were his albums and recordings.