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A Celebration From the Heart
A Celebration From the Heart
By Kenneth Roberts
He loved the solemn commemoration every year.
A Resourceful Man
A Resourceful Man
By Peggy Park
He was a creative provider for his family.
Becoming Marty's Bride
Becoming Marty's Bride
By Sheila M. Cronin
It was a pressing goal that summer.
Clubs in the Project
Clubs in the Project
By Yvonette Hansford
There were so many to choose from -- she could take her pick!
Dancing in the Streets
Dancing in the Streets
By Carol Dulyea Sluis
Oh, how those wooden shoes hurt!
Decoration Day Tradition
Decoration Day Tradition
By Joyce Ancrile
Handpicked roses were selected for the honor.
Grannie's Garret
Grannie's Garret
By Marian Bennett
It was full of treasures any girl would love.
Great Gum Balls
Great Gum Balls
By Julie Heckman
She thought he had the best job in the world.
Home Remedies -- The Miracle Food of the Aztecs
Home Remedies -- The Miracle Food of the Aztecs
By Vicki Tannehill
The road to health just might be paved with avocados.
Ladies With a Purpose and a Plan
Ladies With a Purpose and a Plan
By Mary E. Maurer
They gathered for valuable life lessons.
Last-Ditch Effort?
Last-Ditch Effort?
By Lee Murdock
The phone call stopped the conversation -- and nearly stopped his heart.
Lessons From the Stockdale Manor Women
Lessons From the Stockdale Manor Women
By Karen Sallee
Community Service was always first on their agenda.
Looking Hollywood Way -- Gunsmoke: An American Classic
Looking Hollywood Way -- Gunsmoke: An American Classic
By Michael O'Donnell
It was a new kind of Western.
Mr. Broom's Wedding
Mr. Broom's Wedding
By Ava Koch
He patiently stood at the altar for five ceremonies.
My Mother, the WAC
My Mother, the WAC
By Hollandia A. Thornton
She took a risk and found great reward.
Senior Skip Day
Senior Skip Day
By Kay Ladwig
Or why teenage girls roll their eyes ...
The B-Bops
The B-Bops
By Arlene Storch Rizzo
They made it official in seventh grade.
The Friday Afternoon Women's Club
The Friday Afternoon Women's Club
By April Knight
It was going really well until ...
The Lucky Wedding Suit
The Lucky Wedding Suit
By Sharon Scherer
It came to symbolize long and happy marriages.
The Old Straw Hat
The Old Straw Hat
By Gale Boulware
It took them back to "tobacco days."
The Walnut Row Club
The Walnut Row Club
By Bonnie G. Keyserling
It was a critical connection for four generations.
Under the Whip-Poor-Will Tree
Under the Whip-Poor-Will Tree
By Robert B. Williams
He thought he was the luckiest boy in the world.
What They Don't Know
What They Don't Know
By Linda Kamby
Panic aside, there was no other option.
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