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A Graduation Tea
A Graduation Tea
By Dorothy Rieke
The new experience required a new dress.
A Perfect Place to Play
A Perfect Place to Play
By Margie Rieske
It came complete with a private beach.
A Repeat Performance
A Repeat Performance
By Lawrence H. Balleine
They staled the stalks with gusto and glee.
A Tale of Two Bottoms
A Tale of Two Bottoms
By Lewis A. Kocher
The warning was not heeded, so the consequence was administered.
Begin the Beguine
Begin the Beguine
By April Knight
Her unlikely partner made her feel like a princess.
Chores and Chocolate Drops
Chores and Chocolate Drops
By Doris Matlock
She couldn't get one without the other.
Defrosting the Fridge
Defrosting the Fridge
By April Knight
She was only trying to speed up the process.
Find a Mate in '58
Find a Mate in '58
By Robin C. Duffy
Would she choose fame or family?
Fired Up
Fired Up
By Karla Cooper
She gathered her courage and lit the match.
First Flight
First Flight
By Art Brown
How did she guess he was new at this?
For That Kind of Money
For That Kind of Money
By Leonora Green
Turned out it was cheaper... and better.
Friday Fun
Friday Fun
By Donna DeLeo Bruno
Granny time included wonderful walks, memorable movies and steaming soup.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen
Good Old Days in the Kitchen
By Georgia Kohart
The side dishes were the best.
Good Old Days on Wheels
Good Old Days on Wheels
By Tom Zumwalt
Despite the rust and the needed repairs, it took them both where they needed to go.
Keys for a Lifetime
Keys for a Lifetime
By Karla Cooper
They symbolize his homes, his cars, his work and his character.
Lodged Up North
Lodged Up North
By Margaret Brinton
She modeled persistence under challenging conditions.
Looking Hollywood Way
Looking Hollywood Way
By Michael O'Donnnell
A home-building nightmare turned into a classic movie.
Painting Aunt Gurtie's House
Painting Aunt Gurtie's House
By Wes Kendall
His creative solution sealed his job security for the summer.
Papaw's Rocking Chair
Papaw's Rocking Chair
By Douglas S. Clark
Good thing it was so resilient.
Popcorn for Pennies
Popcorn for Pennies
By Frances Smith
Her birthday request included a popper and a special guest.
Rolling Around
Rolling Around
By E.M. Miller
It took a bit of time, but she finally go the hang of it.
Running From the Rampage
Running From the Rampage
By Marje Smith Perkins
It was a Memorial Day they'd never forget.
The Den of Iniquity
The Den of Iniquity
By Rose Graham
A screaming 8-year-old cleared out the place.
The Disappearing Icebox
The Disappearing Icebox
By Carole Richards
It was never spoken of again.
The Dropped Watch
The Dropped Watch
By Beverly J. Letchworth
The dreadful feeling was punishment enough.
Unexpected Upgrades
Unexpected Upgrades
By Connie Bedgood
From Pottsboro to Tyler, the changes were dramatic.
Wired Up
Wired Up
By James D. Nichols
First on the shopping list was a new radio.
Wrestlers in the Living Room
Wrestlers in the Living Room
By Robert L. Foster
On thos enights, his mild-mannered mom turned into a jumping, shouting fan.