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JOHN COFIELD'S 'OXFORD & OLE MISS' –– MAE HELEN FLOWERS

 

 
Born in Sardis, Mae Helen Flowers lived most of her life in the Oxford area. Affectionately known as ‘Mae Helen’, she worked the counter at Kiamie’s Bowling Lanes for 45 years. She was a favorite of Ole Miss students and local young people for her laughter and the care she gave them. Mae Helen remembered everyone, and if she didn’t remember you, she would pretend she did. She offered up hamburgers and advice to students who would return long after they had graduated. She is fondly remembered by thousands of Ole Miss students and Oxonians alike.

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