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A Day for a New "Do"
A Day for a New "Do"
By Helen Shrell
They were lacking the money and experience but not the determination.
A Hair-Raising Tale
A Hair-Raising Tale
By JoAnn Schueller Cooke
Creating curls in her straight hair took quite an effort.
A Providential Punishment
A Providential Punishment
By Terry Huntingdon Tydings
It all started with some illicitly applied lipstick.
Adventures in Hair Coloring
Adventures in Hair Coloring
By Frances Smith
She just had to change her boring hair color to something more "groovy."
Aunt Betty's Dream Wedding
Aunt Betty's Dream Wedding
By Audrey Corn
She made it down the aisle thanks to a familiar face.
Being Eddy
Being Eddy
By Tamara Moran-Smith
Getting her hair to cooperate was often a losing battle.
Bubble Dishes and Oil Drums
Bubble Dishes and Oil Drums
By Carleen M. Tjader
The whole place seemed magical.
Cheers, Dancing and Laughter
Cheers, Dancing and Laughter
By Donna McGuire Tanner
It was the cherished home of all three.
Crepe in the Rain
Crepe in the Rain
By Mary Lou McKillip
She was compelled to use the umbrella -- but not for its intended purpose.
Eating Roses
Eating Roses
By Michele Ivy Davis
Her English wasn't perfect, but that didn't stop her.
French Twist Pinup Girl
French Twist Pinup Girl
By Annette Kochera
With limited time and funds, she counted on her creativity.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Which Came First?
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Which Came First?
By Georgia Kohart
No matter the answer, egg and chicken dishes are perennially popular.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- A Bug in a Ditch
Good Old Days on Wheels -- A Bug in a Ditch
By John Scanlan
He may have been a tad overconfident.
Helping Grandpa
Helping Grandpa
By April Knight
Strangely, he didn't seem to appreciate her assistance.
Just Resting His Eyes
Just Resting His Eyes
By Doug Sletten
He deserved a little break on Sundays, didn't he?
Looking Hollywood Way -- The Parents Know Best
Looking Hollywood Way -- The Parents Know Best
By Michael O'Donnell
Donna Stone and Jim Anderson were America's ideal mom and dad.
My Time to Shine
My Time to Shine
By D.E. Brigham
Just when he thought it was safe to exit the stage ...
Paw Paw's Toast
Paw Paw's Toast
By Mona Baria Leach
Oven-baked and made with love, there was nothing quite like it.
Soup Cans and Purple Violets
Soup Cans and Purple Violets
By Arlene Shovald
They were the makings of the perfect Mother's Day gift.
Special Delivery
Special Delivery
By Jan Rich
He smiled his way through the rugged terrain on the longest route.
Stage Presence
Stage Presence
By Cheryle Hoskins Bigelow
Her dad taught her how to keep her cool under pressure.
Sweet Pea Memories
Sweet Pea Memories
By Penny Piper
Grandma made the painstaking process seem easy.
Swish, Sway, Smile
Swish, Sway, Smile
By Karen Fauris
She didn't know exactly what it all meant, but she knew exactly what she was supposed to do.
The "Measure" of a Man
The "Measure" of a Man
By Lawrence H. Balleine
The treasured tool tells a touching tale.
The Announcer
The Announcer
By Ken Wisniewski
Things were going surprisingly well until ...
The Jitterbugs
The Jitterbugs
By Ray Richmond
He already had the hairdo -- he just needed the dance moves to go with it.
The Power of Mom and Little Lulu
The Power of Mom and Little Lulu
By Rebecca DeGeorge
A 10-cent comic book in the hands of a loving mother made all the difference.
The Upper is Lower
The Upper is Lower
By Jim Riley
He had no choice but to ad-lib.
When the Wet Head Lived
When the Wet Head Lived
By Lewis A. Kocher
Practically overnight, one commercial changed everything.
Young, Strong and Brave
Young, Strong and Brave
By Dave Borowski
That's how he will always be remembered.
Cows in the Road
By Larry D. Kendrick
He knew he would face a tough interrogation.
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