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A Style and a Haircut -- 25 Cents
A Style and a Haircut -- 25 Cents
By Roanne Hofmann
The arrangement was profitable for both of them.
All Thanks to Mom
All Thanks to Mom
By Charles Milam
She nurtured his courage and his curiosity.
Dad Helps Out
Dad Helps Out
By Patsy Snyder
Why did his wife think this job was so hard?
Delivering Dirt
Delivering Dirt
By Joseph Gorniak
Eureka! Every driveway in the neighborhood needed some!
Filling Mr. Moneybags
Filling Mr. Moneybags
By Kim Hinson
Two years later, it was time to empty him.
Good Old Days In the Kitchen -- The Praise of Cooks
Good Old Days In the Kitchen -- The Praise of Cooks
By Georgia Kohart
"An herb is the friend of physicians and the praise of cooks." --Charlemagne
Good Old Days On Wheels -- Pontiac Fever
Good Old Days On Wheels -- Pontiac Fever
By William Glass
It was his dream car -- and his mom's too.
Grandma's Roses
Grandma's Roses
By Lenore Petruso
They weren’t the kind that grew in her garden.
Lessons From the Strawberry Patch
Lessons From the Strawberry Patch
By Marilyn Loy Turner
Some were learned well after the harvest.
Looking Hollywood Way -- A Family in Wartime
Looking Hollywood Way -- A Family in Wartime
By Michael O’Donnell
Mrs. Miniver inspired a nation at war.
May Day Jitters
May Day Jitters
By Shirley Brosius
Her nerves always tried to take center stage.
No More Hand-Me-Downs
No More Hand-Me-Downs
By Kay Ladwig
A summer of hard work meant rewards in the fall.
Not Forgotten
Not Forgotten
By Pat Cook
She was the first and she still has the proof.
Peddling Papers
Peddling Papers
By Nelson Goud
Those 45 minutes a day gave him skills to last a lifetime.
Prom Night in Michigan
Prom Night in Michigan
By Arlene Shovald
Her prom outfit wasn’t complete without snow boots.
Safe Deposit
Safe Deposit
By L. Curtis Miller
Who would ever suspect what he was carrying?
Self-Defense and Chocolates
Self-Defense and Chocolates
By Dorothy Heinrich O’Connor
They made the quirky combination work.
Sweet Pea Communion
Sweet Pea Communion
By Lawrence H. Balleine
They pursued those peas with a passion.
The Disappearing Candy
The Disappearing Candy
By Betty Lou Crabtree Webb as told to Shirley Webb Williams
Mother wouldn’t notice, would she?
The Entrepreneurs
The Entrepreneurs
By D.E. Brigham
They were five friends in need of five tuxes. What to do?
The Forgotten Holiday
The Forgotten Holiday
By Roy Nuhn
Luckily, his grandma always remembered.
The Honeymoon Express
The Honeymoon Express
By Dorothy Stanaitis
What started as a secret ended as a news story.
The Picnic Under the El
The Picnic Under the El
By Dorothy Stanaitis
They didn’t let a little rain spoil their annual outing.
The Potato Coat
The Potato Coat
By Regina Groshek as told to June Groshek Czarnezki
It may have been wool, but potatoes made it possible.
This Is for You, Dad
This Is for You, Dad
By John Arrigo
His actions spoke louder than his words.
Truth Be Told
Truth Be Told
By Sara Etgen-Baker
Surprise! Earning the money was the most rewarding part.
Wagons, Worms and Woes
Wagons, Worms and Woes
By Frances Smith
Her career as an apple peddler ended on a sour note.
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