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"The single grape leaf had been used in decorations, Mr. Butler said, but the clustered leaves and fruit of the golden state jewelers was entirely their own," described Estelline Bennet, author of the 1935 book "Old Deadwood Days" and a Chicago newspaperwoman. She was born in Deadwood, South Dakota and had conversations with early craftsmen like George M. Butler, second generation maker of Black Hills Gold. 1
At lunchtime, I gathered together the change to be used in the school canteen for lunch along with a little more I'd saved up from my dinner money that term and hurried into town. Rather than go to the jewelry store in the centre of town where I'd risk drawing attention to myself and my school uniform - wandering around town at lunchtime was strictly forbidden - I went into the hardware store on the outskirts. There, after a quick search amongst the dusty shelves, I found what I was looking for - an industrial strength metal polish. I made it back to school just before the start of the next class. I'd missed lunch, but I didn't care. I had my jewelry cleaner safely ensconced in the depths of my pealing addidas bag.
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