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Cheating in Church
By Audrey Corn
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Dad, the Encourager
By Barbara Barton
My dad, Tyson Gentry, wanted his children to call him "Papa." In the 1950s and '60s, few fathers answered ...
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Mama, Mama Daddy's Dead!
By Dina L. Hunter
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Mother Knows Best
By Neal Murphy
"Now, Neal, I want you to ride the bus straight home today. Your dad wants you to start weeding the garden ...
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My Mother's Bandbox
By Marie L. Stratman
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Our Ride in the Rumble Seat
By Anna Mathers
It's a nice place to sit when the sun shines, but just wait until it rains!
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Papa Was No Lady
By Josie Patrick
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Rose Parade 1949
By Jerilyn Stone Lupu
The aroma of coffee permeated the showroom at Uptown Chevrolet on Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena, Calif. ...
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St. Patty's Day With Emmy
By Audrey Corn
Emmy was smart, but Grandma was smarter.
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The Apple of Papa's Eye
By Audrey Corn
Sometimes I wished Papa loved me a little less. I grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y., in the 1940s. Parents were ...
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The Best Things in Life Are Free
By Bugetter Hart
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The Great Honeymoon Escape
By Martha Bowman
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The Hope Chest
By Betty Kreier Lubinski
Our granddaughter, Helen, is moving into her own apartment. She said recently, "Grandma, I need everything." ...
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The Miracle Medicine
By Neal Murphy
Toxic or not, it sure seemed to do the trick!
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The Old Wellspring
By Paul Sawyer
Each Thanksgiving, Grandpa found inspiration in the well that never stopped giving.
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