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Breakfast With Grandpa
Breakfast With Grandpa
By Anne Cox
It came with a side of music, jokes and smiles.
Champ Goes to School
Champ Goes to School
By Douglas S. Clark
His persistence paid off in the end.
Daddy Vs. the Colonel
Daddy Vs. the Colonel
By Minnie Knych
He was bound and determined to duplicate that secret recipe.
Detoured
Detoured
By Fred Hammer
They were quite convincing to the unwitting drivers.
Don't Open That Box!
Don't Open That Box!
By Terry Turner
He couldn't believe they did it!
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Popcorn Perfection
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Popcorn Perfection
By Carol Tannehill
Put some snap, crackle and you-know-what into your meals and snacks.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Our Sunday Ride
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Our Sunday Ride
By Michael Remas
The trips seemed boring and monotonous until . . .
Looking Hollywood Way -- A Halloween Tale of Brooklyn
Looking Hollywood Way -- A Halloween Tale of Brooklyn
By Michael O'Donnell
It didn't start out to be a comedy.
Loving the Loser
Loving the Loser
By Roger McKnight
A die-hard fan learns a lesson.
Party Line Rules
Party Line Rules
By Flo Young
There was a catch to that new phone.
Rewind
Rewind
On Oct. 4, 1927 work on Mount Rushmore began with a bang -- dynamite was used to remove rock until a thin layer of granite was left. Construction was completed in October 1941. The project cost just under $1 million.
Sunny Side Up
Sunny Side Up
By Debi Schmitz
Her dad's breakfasts were unforgettable.
The Love Spell
The Love Spell
By Wendy All
There was undeniable magic in her recipes.
The Magic Box on the Wall
The Magic Box on the Wall
By Cheryl Penne
The ringing meant something exciting was about to happen.
The School Next Door
The School Next Door
By Geraldine Smith
They never had a reason to be tardy.
The True Chief
The True Chief
By Robert Warren
She made the best cake -- and balanced the budget too.
Walking Tall
Walking Tall
By Douglas A. Maxson
He was a giant among men, in more ways than one.
When Phones Had Wires and Grandma Had Boyfriends
When Phones Had Wires and Grandma Had Boyfriends
By Cynthia Zahm Siegfried
The phone chair was a central fixture in their living room.
And the Next President Is . . .
By Larry Scheckel
A small group of underage voters predicted the winner.
Bartering for Back-to-School Shoes
By Georgia A. Hubley
Brown eggs developed into brown shoes.
From the Archives -- Nothing to Fear
By Robert Hutchings
His dad dished out a fitting punishment.
Home Remedies -- Sweet Treatments
By Vicki Tannehill
It sounds too good to be true, but a candy cure might work for you.
Pop-Bottle Bonanza
By Robert McEvilla
A frightening encounter led them to a financial opportunity.
The "Cross Me" Rule
By Audrey Corn
She was obedient . . . and clueless.
The Wrong-Way Kid
By Sidney Conkwright
This was no way to become a football hero.
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