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That Present Was Right On Track

Hot Wheels car sets were the coolest.

2 mins read
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December / January 2018

Cross-Cultural Courtship Blitz

Once our paths crossed, being together was all that mattered.

1 min read
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December / January 2018

Saved By The Bell

Those chicken scratches were indecipherable.

1 min read
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December / January 2018

Tales Worth Sharing

Personal stories bring family history to life.

1 min read
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December / January 2018

One Hectic Night In The E.R.

Mistakes aside, her transfer of duty came as a welcome relief.

2 mins read
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December / January 2018

His Turn To Flex Some Muscle

He finally found one beauty of a beast.

1 min read
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December / January 2018

Service Came With A Smile

Her positive attitude earned praise.

1 min read
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December / January 2018

Through Multiple Layers Of Paint

This cherished heirloom survived five generations.

1 min read
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December / January 2018

Big Stocking, More Stuff

Oversize Christmas Stockings Were a Labor of Love for Avid Knitters

1 min read
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December / January 2018

'Twas The Night Before

CHRISTMAS EVE STIRRED WITH EXCITEMENT

3 mins read
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December / January 2018

Revival Meeting

Careful rebuild brings back cool memories— but without air conditioning.

1 min read
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October/November 2017

Teach A Man To Cook

While others ate his food, Dad dreamed up new dishes.

1 min read
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October/November 2017

Not At All The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

This Halloween stinks!

2 mins read
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October/November 2017

Do Look Behind That Curtain

Her shower stunt dripped with irony.

1 min read
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October/November 2017

From One Musician To Another

A bond forms when people speak the same language.

1 min read
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October/November 2017

First Impressions Count

Your past is a good indication of what you’ll do in the future.

1 min read
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October/November 2017

Let's Get Serious

Meeting at a funeral launched a whirlwind relationship.

2 mins read
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October/November 2017

Against The Odds

True grit gave this soldier determination.

1 min read
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October/November 2017

You Oughta Be In Pictures

With a knack for experimentation, she developed a career in film and portrait photography.

1 min read
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February/March 2017

How We Rolled

Who can forget the funny shoes, the rumble of heavy balls on waxed lanes, and the satisfying thwock of your first strike?

3 mins read
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February/March 2017

Caught In A Jamb

“YOU’RE SURE IN THERE,” the garage man said, standing near his tow truck. I knew that already. If I weren’t “in there,” I would not have called him.

2 mins read
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February/March 2017

All You Need Is Love

Home from the Navy in 1947, I started school at Greenville College in my hometown of Greenville, Illinois, about 50 miles east of St. Louis, Missouri.

6 mins read
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February/March 2017

All I Want for Christmas Is...

REAL DOLLS This is my Uncle Ken and my mom, Barbara—yes, they were called Ken and Barbie—visiting Santa in 1946.

1 min read
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December / January 2017

Any Given January

Readers share warm memories of feats on the college gridiron.

3 mins read
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December / January 2017

Making Winter Magic

Revel in the best of the season—Christmas plays, birthday celebrations, holiday decorations and snow.

3 mins read
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December / January 2017