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A Good Move
A Good Move
By Bob Reed
The change made all the difference on Christmas morning.
A Kid at Heart
A Kid at Heart
By Susan Davis
If there was a game going on, he was right in the middle of it.
A Night of Work and Worry
A Night of Work and Worry
By Maureen Snow
The more it snowed, the more her Ma quietly fretted.
Adventures of a WAC
Adventures of a WAC
By Kerry Morrison
She wanted something different from life -- and she got it.
Angels We Have Heard on High
Angels We Have Heard on High
By John Scanlan
He learned a little about posture and diction, and a lot about compassion and understanding.
Badges on the Heart
Badges on the Heart
By William Glass
Memories were made on both sides of the train windows.
Christmas at The Manor
Christmas at The Manor
By Christine Collier
The fuzzy, flighty neighbors added a little excitement.
Cookies for Christmas
Cookies for Christmas
By Anne Pennese DiDente
They were the perfect cure for homesickness.
Extra! Extra!
Extra! Extra!
By Dorothy Stanaitis
The newspaper headlines that day changed their lives forever.
Free Cardboard Boxes
Free Cardboard Boxes
By Frances Smith
They could magically become any number of interesting things.
From Daddy to Daughter
From Daddy to Daughter
By Ellen Stone Creane
He tried his best to explain a tough situation.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Gift From the Heart of the Home
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Gift From the Heart of the Home
By Georgia Kohart
Present the perfect present to your family and friends.
Good Old Days On Wheels -- Mr. Weigand's Silver Streak
Good Old Days On Wheels -- Mr. Weigand's Silver Streak
By Gordon Gee
A few glitches in its operation didn't spoil the fun.
Happy With Homemade
Happy With Homemade
By Myron G. Zuder
Improvisation and imagination saved the day!
Looking Hollywood Way -- The Bishop's Wife
Looking Hollywood Way -- The Bishop's Wife
By Michael O' Donnell
An angel could be of some help -- or of some hindrance.
Memory Lane Express
Memory Lane Express
By Victoria Koscielniak Twarog
Her mom had many tasks; her dad had one big one.
More Than a Place to Sit
More Than a Place to Sit
By Audrey Carli
They had multiple creative uses.
Mr. Jack and the Stilts
Mr. Jack and the Stilts
By Connie Bedgood
His handmade gift propelled her fun to new heights.
Sentimental Scenes
Sentimental Scenes
By Jennifer Broadstreet Hess
Two generations of actors entertained the family
Thanksgiving at Granddaddy's Farm
Thanksgiving at Granddaddy's Farm
By Marian Bennett
She loved it all -- with one feathered exception.
The Christmas Train
The Christmas Train
By Bertha Hurley
It was standing room only on that happy journey.
The No. 1 1/2
The No. 1 1/2
By Roy Nuhn
He opened the box and he was hooked.
The Stoneboat Rescue
The Stoneboat Rescue
By Lee Murdock
Deep drifts temporarily buried their Christmas spirit.
Thriftiness Aside
Thriftiness Aside
By Margaret Brinton
With no regrets, she parted with her hard-earned cash.
Tilt!
Tilt!
By Ken Palmer
Sometimes a well-aimed whack improved the payoff.
Two Brothers, One Gift
Two Brothers, One Gift
By Ruby Seaman
What a sweet surprise -- again!
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