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A Celebration in Room 10
A Celebration in Room 10
By Marilyn Ludwig
It was up to her to save the day.
A Forgettable First Date
A Forgettable First Date
By Stephen C. Olson
His stomach, his voice and even his feet were uncooperative.
A Treasured Tradition
A Treasured Tradition
By June Groshek Czarnezki
The get-togethers were always entertaining, but this particular weekend was the best.
Bossy and the Boys
Bossy and the Boys
By R.M. Johnson
Their second try did not have the desired results.
Boxed Shirts, Bedspreads and Bud
Boxed Shirts, Bedspreads and Bud
By Ronald Tragasz
The combination was essential for their Sunday visitors.
Cutie Pie, Won't You Be My Valentine?
Cutie Pie, Won't You Be My Valentine?
By Sara Etgen-Baker
When she opened that envelope, her heart leaped out of her chest.
Expecting Unexpected Company
Expecting Unexpected Company
By Frances Smith
Sometimes, evasive action was required.
Flying to the Ceiling
Flying to the Ceiling
By Doris Markland
It was a time-honored parlor game tradition.
Fresh Dresses and Warm Clothes
Fresh Dresses and Warm Clothes
By Donna McGuire Tanner
Some days she couldn't have both.
Frozen Windows and a Pickup Truck
Frozen Windows and a Pickup Truck
By Bruce Squiers
A trip for lumber had an unexpected reward.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Book Weather
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Book Weather
By Georgia Kohart
"Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home." -- Edith Sitwell
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Drawing Cars
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Drawing Cars
By Raanan Geberer
It was the next best thing to having one.
Hula-Hooping It Up
Hula-Hooping It Up
By Lynn Cassity
A new toy sensation added to the family fun.
In Hiding
In Hiding
By Susan Davis
Once they broke the ice, the fun could begin.
Lake Lessons
Lake Lessons
By Deborah Frederick
Summer or winter, her grandpa thought of every detail.
Laughter and Chatter
Laughter and Chatter
By Julia Nunnally Duncan
Hands down, they were the favorite guests.
Looking Hollywood Way -- For Love and Money
Looking Hollywood Way -- For Love and Money
By Michael O'Donnell
Love conquers all in the Hollywood classic Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.
No Invitation Required
No Invitation Required
By John Scanlan
The cars began to arrive at 1 p.m. every Sunday like clockwork.
Rummy Royal and Charles Chips
Rummy Royal and Charles Chips
By Tamara Moran-Smith
The Friday-night tradition offered her a privileged position.
Seed Catalog Dreams
Seed Catalog Dreams
By Ramona Scarborough
This delivery was better than any valentine.
Skating Like Sonja
Skating Like Sonja
By Dorothy Stanaitis
It looked easy enough.
Snow Houses and Winter Picnics
Snow Houses and Winter Picnics
By Arlene Shovald
Peanut butter sandwiches never tasted so good.
The Hijacking of the Crescent
The Hijacking of the Crescent
By Valerie Fleming Bennett
She imagined the worst.
The Loving Quilt
The Loving Quilt
By Elizabeth H. McKinney
They told sweet stories as they worked.
The Nixon Plot
The Nixon Plot
By Betty Jean Ward
Would all his weeks of planning pay off?
Unlucky in Love
Unlucky in Love
By Lois Pritzlaff
They were really trying to obey the rules, honest!