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Kelly’s Corner 174 - Maurice “Popeye” Enos

Kelly’s Corner 174 - Maurice “Popeye” Enos
Jan Kelly writes a weekly column for Provincetown Magazine. Tennis For Life was a great success. We raised well over $5,000. and monies are still coming in. We roll on to the Portuguese Festival and Blessing of the Fleet. Twenty-three styles of Portuguese soup were tasted at the Lobster Pot Restaurant to a soup-hungry winter crowd. The Fourth of July now breathes on the neck of the Blessing and we'll all keep up because there's no place like P'town for people having a good time. Hard working Maurice Enos, lovingly dubbed "Popeye" will rest his arduous, seven days a week, length of town, bottle and can business, to don his sailor suit and march in the parade.
Biography, Blessing of the Fleet, and Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century

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