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A Classic Celebration
A Classic Celebration
By Wynne G. Crombie
It was nothing fancy, but it was memorable.
A Gutless, Lily-Livered, Yellow Chicken
A Gutless, Lily-Livered, Yellow Chicken
By April Knight
Sometimes personal honor trumped good sense.
A Metal Monster
A Metal Monster
By David Ware
Ingenuity made up for missing pieces.
A Plum Holiday
A Plum Holiday
By Kenneth Roberts
He tried it -- and he liked it!
A Real Cliff-Hanger
A Real Cliff-Hanger
By Nancy (Wurster) Hogan
Most of the action wasn't even on the screen!
An Alarming Situation
An Alarming Situation
By K. Neal Murphy
This prank was "well timed."
An Unsuitable Gift?
An Unsuitable Gift?
By Beverly J. Letchworth
As it turned out, wise Dad picked the perfect present!
Catching a Pig's Squeal
Catching a Pig's Squeal
By Douglas S. Clark
This was serious business.
Chocolate Times
Chocolate Times
By Shirley Waxbom
Her mother's cake was the best part.
Dish Night
Dish Night
By Dorothy Stanaitis
Two were always better than one.
Don't Try This At Home
Don't Try This At Home
By Paul Abraham
There was a good reason for that warning.
Dust in the Wind
Dust in the Wind
By Daisy Hayes
It blustered and blew until morning.
Easter on the Road
Easter on the Road
By Iona Mae (Jones) Burk as told to Trisha Faye
How would the Bunny find them?
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts
By Carol Tannehill
This tropical treat is hard to crack but easy to love.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- The Most Important Advice
Good Old Days on Wheels -- The Most Important Advice
By Emilie Spaulding
A brush with disaster brought the lesson home.
Home Remedies -- How Does Your Garden Grow?
Home Remedies -- How Does Your Garden Grow?
By Vicki Tannehill
Plant herbs and reap health.
Looking Hollywood Way -- Thou Shalt ... Film an Epic!
Looking Hollywood Way -- Thou Shalt ... Film an Epic!
By Michael O'Donnell
It was DeMille's last and greatest.
Movie Magic
Movie Magic
By Richard Grebe
It was their patriotic duty, wasn't it?
Offspring in the Spring
Offspring in the Spring
By Mary Smith
It was her favorite time of year.
Oscar's Talking Toilet
Oscar's Talking Toilet
By J. Allen Whitt
It only spoke once, and once was enough.
Takes Between Cakes
Takes Between Cakes
By Nelson Bell
He was surprised every time!
The Big Stink
The Big Stink
By Mona C. Behm
The holiday left behind an unwelcome memento.
The Preacher's Son and Me
The Preacher's Son and Me
By Wes Kendall
The pranks were endless and so was the friendship.
Window-Washing Days
Window-Washing Days
By Arthur R. Lee
The singing made it even better.
The Last Picture Show
By John Perry
It was once a favorite pastime for everyone in town.
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