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Adventures With Richard Halliburton
Adventures With Richard Halliburton
By Ron Hunka
The Book of Marvels made geography class interesting!
Big Little Books
Big Little Books
By J. Birney Dibble
His fellow students gave him a lasting memory on his first day.
Bits & Pieces
Bits & Pieces
Chair-Bottom Days

I was born in 1954 and was fortunate enough to grow up next door to my grandparents. Their home was small and simple, and many of their furnishings were handmade.
Cabbage Night
Cabbage Night
By Ginger K. Nelson
The new tradition had unexpected consequences.
Cotton-Pickin' Chores
Cotton-Pickin' Chores
By Juanita Calvin
Field work was low on her list of favorites.
Fingerprints
Fingerprints
By Mary Ann Gove
Their curiosity added up to trouble.
First-Grade Surprise
First-Grade Surprise
By Melody Cardwell Rebenstorf
My first day of first grade landed on my 6th birthday -- Sept. 1, 1958. That year also saw the one and only time I ever received a spanking at school.
Getting Even With Aunt Amy
Getting Even With Aunt Amy
By Donna M. Quick-Polka
She found an amusing way to memorialize the family's food flops.
Goin' Hicker' Nut Huntin'
Goin' Hicker' Nut Huntin'
By Lynda Miller Vandiver
Papaw had something new in mind on this particular trip.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Fall Festival Faves
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Fall Festival Faves
By Carol Tannehill
Harvest fairs yield homespun fun and hearty food.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- The Ride of a Lifetime
Good Old Days on Wheels -- The Ride of a Lifetime
By Don Lyons
There was only one brave enough.
Mama's Brooms
Mama's Brooms
By Lura Zerick
She preferred them over store-bought ones.
Picture This
Picture This
SEND US YOUR PHOTOS! We invite you to share the pictures that reflect your happiest memories.
Plumed Hat and Short Skirt in the End Zone
Plumed Hat and Short Skirt in the End Zone
By Cheryle Hoskins Bigelow
They lived up to their theme song.
Rewind
Rewind
ANTIQUES CORNER

Question: This set of six Halloween-themed cookie (or "cooky") cutters looks as though it was never used. Inside, a printed sheet shows how to fit all of the pieces back in the box after taking them out. Unfortunately, neither the box nor the inside sheet indicates a maker's name. Can you shed any light on the age or value of this set?
Sunday Funnies
Sunday Funnies
Toots and Casper
The Buhler Frolic
The Buhler Frolic
By Doris Schroeder
She couldn't wait another day for that prize money!
The Lesser of Two . . .
The Lesser of Two . . .
By Mary Ann Gadberry
There were so many other things she'd rather do!
The Principal's House
The Principal's House
By William F. Brown III
They lived just a stone's throw away.
The Temporary Rolling Pin
The Temporary Rolling Pin
By Audrey Carli
Their provisional purchase has lasted a long, long time.
The Trick-or-Treat Trails
The Trick-or-Treat Trails
By Diane C. Arkins
There was much strategy involved.
A Questionable Crust
By Shirley Waxbom
She was creative under pressure.
Cherubs and Mugrumps
By Sidney Conkwright
Her students wanted to be one but not the other.
Cucumber Pie
By Genie Dickerson
It was his first -- and last -- pie.
Home Remedies -- Gifts From the Sea
By Vicki Tannehill
Not all natural cures are found on dry land. Dive in!
Itching for Trouble
By Al Steindorff
The advertisement made it look like innocent fun.
Run Down to the Basement
By John Scalan
She would never go down there again.
The Guest Book
By April Knight
No one escaped the obligation.
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