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A Familiar Ring
A Familiar Ring
By Elaine Adele Aubrey
She had her mom to thank for it -- twice.
A Profitable Pen
A Profitable Pen
By Barry N. Jackson
They spent many decades together -- and only a short time apart.
A Pumpkin in the Pantry
A Pumpkin in the Pantry
By Art Stafford
The first one didn't work out. Would the second?
A Tuneful Treat
A Tuneful Treat
By Lewis A. Kocher
The icon of Halloween made the long trek to get it worthwhile.
Apple Cider Surprise
Apple Cider Surprise
By D. E. Brigham
The harder the better, they decided.
Autumn Leaves and Eyebrows
Autumn Leaves and Eyebrows
By April Knight
Both became victims of the bonfire.
Battleship Found
Battleship Found
By William Pepe
He figured it had been lost to the war effort -- or by his brother's effort.
Breaking Candy
Breaking Candy
By Douglas S. Clark
The annual event was about to get more interesting.
Different Strokes for Different Brothers
Different Strokes for Different Brothers
By Tamara Moran-Smith
One was cautious, the other, daring -- but both were entertaining.
Dodging the Devil
Dodging the Devil
By Roy Morris
What in the world was making that awful noise?
Flight Risk
Flight Risk
By Gary Meredith
He broke his vow to never fly again.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Classic Church Potlucks
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Classic Church Potlucks
By Georgia Kohart
The very idea started our stomachs rumbling and our mouths watering.
Gram's Tiny Dancers
Gram's Tiny Dancers
By Lisa Krall
The perfect couple were imperfectly attired.
It's About Time
It's About Time
By Terri Elders
Her mama was so right.
Lard Sandwiches and Spanish Rice
Lard Sandwiches and Spanish Rice
By Lee Murdock
Neither was his first choice for school lunch.
Master of Suspense
Master of Suspense
By Michael O'Donnell
He skillfully kept the audience on the edge of their seats.
One Last Picnic
One Last Picnic
By Karen Fauris
Great food, good company and no shoes.
One Smart Pinky
One Smart Pinky
By Irwin Dunsky
That clever reassurance got him through his first day.
Pencil Boxes, Cubicles and Elson-Grays
Pencil Boxes, Cubicles and Elson-Grays
By Dorothy Stanaitis
She had to learn the ins and outs of all three.
Ride Down Mulberry Hill
Ride Down Mulberry Hill
By Douglas S. Clark
It all started with a dare.
Schoolboy Antics
Schoolboy Antics
By Paul D. Fiebich
The school was small, but the opportunities were endless.
The Bully of Red Bird
The Bully of Red Bird
By Mitzi Dorton
The meek and mild new girl was the next target.
The Name Game
The Name Game
By Audrey Corn
She heard it, but it made no sense.
The Private Parachute
The Private Parachute
By Dale Dickson
He told no one -- before or after.
The Sticker Weed Incident
The Sticker Weed Incident
By Sara Etgen-Baker
She couldn't figure out why she was in so much trouble.
Through the Slanted Window
Through the Slanted Window
By Dennis L. Peterson
It allowed for retrieval, refuge and retreat.
Twenty-Six Apples & One Avocado
Twenty-Six Apples & One Avocado
By April Knight
Earning the "Teacher's Pet" title took some imagination.
Western Flyers Don't
Western Flyers Don't
By Glenn Thaxton
Their detailed plans came up short every time.
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