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A Middletown Winter, 1965
A Middletown Winter, 1965
By Thomas Cobey
A little snow on his pillow meant a great snow day ahead.
A Valentine Mystery
A Valentine Mystery
By Audrey Corn
She started with extra chocolate kisses, and then found a new friend
An Act of Kindness
An Act of Kindness
By Mike Mulhern
An angel in Las Vegas saved the day for a new bride and groom.
An Enhanced Sledding Experience
An Enhanced Sledding Experience
By Dennis L. Peterson
It provided a day of thrills for these adventurous friends.
Answered Prayers
Answered Prayers
By Albert Schollenberger
He never gave up, and he has 68 years of memories to show for it.
Berlin Revisited
Berlin Revisited
By Wynne G. Crombie
They celebrated 45 years together with a walk through their past.
Boys Almost Unsuitable
Boys Almost Unsuitable
By Ed F. Smith
The boy who never wore a suit made from one that his father had once owned certainly missed one of life's most cheerless experiences in the Good Old Days.
Chicago Snowstorm of 1967
Chicago Snowstorm of 1967
By Debbie Szeszko
One fun snow day turned into four days landlocked inside.
Elite Repeat
Elite Repeat
By Marilyn Ludwig
Clothes that others grew out of really grew on them.
For the Near and Dear Across the World
For the Near and Dear Across the World
By Ann Stratemann
he created clothes with love for those she would never meet.
Friendship Club Romance
Friendship Club Romance
As told to Rita L. Kayser
Time flew as love grew for these pen pals.
Getting to School: Winter 1945
Getting to School: Winter 1945
By Ruth Enderle Brown
They saw the twinkling stars and silver moon to and from the bus stop each day.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- The Wat to the Heart Is Through the Kitchen
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- The Wat to the Heart Is Through the Kitchen
By Georgia Kohart
If he doesn't mind being your test subject, he might be a keeper.
Good Old Days On Wheels -- Loving a Gr-r-r-reat Car
Good Old Days On Wheels -- Loving a Gr-r-r-reat Car
By Frances Smith
After lots of Sunday drives and practicing, she was ready for this.
Hand-Me-Downs or Hand-Me-Ups
Hand-Me-Downs or Hand-Me-Ups
By Jeanne Pafford Glasgow
Being the middle and smallest of the "sisters three" had its perks.
Jim... Who?
Jim... Who?
By Alice Choate
They both "grew up" during those two years.
Looking Hollywood Way -- A Real American Family
Looking Hollywood Way -- A Real American Family
By Michael O'Donnel
They wanted six girls and six boys - and they got so much more.
Reinvented with Love
Reinvented with Love
By Thenie Posch as told to Sarah Ashley Posch
Whether made from chartreuse corduroy or a World War II parachute, they always had a lot of clothes to wear.
Secondhand Gifts
Secondhand Gifts
By Karla Cooper
They never knew what their community clothing exchange would bring.
Sharing for Valentine's Day Banquet
Sharing for Valentine's Day Banquet
Sara Etgen-Baker
A friend's smile of joy brought tears to her eyes.
Special Fashion Show
Special Fashion Show
By Brenda Kay Ledford
An unexpected gift took away the sting of unkind words.
The Aldrich Family
The Aldrich Family
By Carl Amari
Here's a look into the life of a teen trying to keep out of trouble
The Blue Velvet Dress
The Blue Velvet Dress
By Barbara Free
she Received a secondhand gift that remained a treasure
The Great Snowball Battle
The Great Snowball Battle
By Douglas S. Clark
Beating the Franklins at their own game was worth being saved by a girl.
The Orange Beast
The Orange Beast
By Christel Knett Coman
He did carry that bag for 10 days and it turned into a lifetime.
When Clothes Made a Comeback
When Clothes Made a Comeback
By Arlene Shovald
Her grandma's visit meant a “new” wardrobe.
Winter Sports at 98 Pounds
Winter Sports at 98 Pounds
By John Scanlan
His takeaways from wrestling followed him through life.
Winter Was Always an Adventure
Winter Was Always an Adventure
By Joann Draves Lightfoot
They were never bored with six months of snow a year.