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"Your Denverrrrr Bears!"
"Your Denverrrrr Bears!"
By Tom Dury
He can still hear the announcer's voice.
A Week of Pickles
A Week of Pickles
By Lynda Vandiver
This was not the vacation she expected.
Bacon Grease, Mercury and the Merkles
Bacon Grease, Mercury and the Merkles
By April Knight
She thought the neighbors were the luckiest kids in the world.
Bergie's Boys
Bergie's Boys
By Kim Hinson
He taught them more than how to fix a car.
Bow Ties and Black Hats
Bow Ties and Black Hats
By Verna Simms
The sharp-dressed men knew how to impress customers.
Choppin' Cotton
Choppin' Cotton
By Larry D. Kendrick
It was the worst job by far; they needed a break.
Digging to China
Digging to China
By Pat Nahring Williams
It was the only way to find the dragons.
Fourth of July Father
Fourth of July Father
By Grace Zimmerman
He saved all year for the fireworks.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Franks for the Memories
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Franks for the Memories
By Carol Tannehill
Good ol' hot dogs are pure summer fun in a bun.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- The Girl From Washington
Good Old Days on Wheels -- The Girl From Washington
By Ann Kaiser
She made sure everyone knew it.
Happy Campers
Happy Campers
By Betty M. Thompson
They didn't worry about making reservations.
Home Remedies -- Kick the Habit!
Home Remedies -- Kick the Habit!
By Vicki Tannehill
Stop smoking with these helpful and healthy natural remedies.
Homecoming Day
Homecoming Day
By Lynn Robinson Camp
There was nothing like it.
Looking Hollywood Way -- The Best Years of the Greatest Generation
Looking Hollywood Way -- The Best Years of the Greatest Generation
By Michael O'Donnell
It was a box-office hit and an enduring tribute.
Monday Night Concerts
Monday Night Concerts
By Richard Slater
He felt the boom of the bass drum in his chest.
Our "Good Ship" Lollipop
Our "Good Ship" Lollipop
By Marie Van Loan
It provided them with a vacation every weekend.
Pick a Pail
Pick a Pail
By Ken Neuser
It was an efficient (but mosquito-plagued) operation.
Prayers From the Basement
Prayers From the Basement
By Byron D. Augustin and Thelma C. Augustin
She made a good point.
Service and a Soda
Service and a Soda
By Mary E. Maurer
The entertainment was top-notch, but the cola was the coolest.
Summers at The Rexcroft
Summers at The Rexcroft
By Pat Skalski
It wasn't fancy, but it was fun.
The Magical Medical House Call
The Magical Medical House Call
By Amy T. Russell
The purple pills did the trick.
The Store Came to Us
The Store Came to Us
By Arlene Shovald
They enjoyed front-door service.
Too Hot to Hoe
Too Hot to Hoe
By Connie Bedgood McWilliams
She was only speaking the truth.
Two Mercury Dimes
Two Mercury Dimes
By Wendy All
It was the first money she ever earned.
Fun Interrupted
By Dennis L. Peterson
The to-do list was long in the summer.
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