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Aleda the writer has become a hermit who wants nothing to do with anyone even her mother.
Meanwhile, Aleda inadvertently abets a nasty individual causing problems for the Gresham villagers especially her mom and ailing stepfather.
Survivors include her mother; her grandparents, Joe and Aleda Ketcham; and a brother, Lloyd.
He tried the pool hall on Culver and Third, but nobody there had seen Wiggy, and then he tried The Corset Lady on South Fifth, which was run by a foxy chick named Aleda who made very fine ladies 'underwears and who used to go with Wiggy, but not for six months or so now, but she hadn't seen him and didn't care to see him, thanks.
5. While your image and "brand" pushes sex to the millionth degree, my friends Alison, Aleda, Maria and Barbara see, treat and refer about 62,400 women a year in Haiti who are affected by gender based violence through WeAdvance.org.