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A Bride's First Cooking Lesson
A Bride's First Cooking Lesson
By Carol Montgomery
Watching closely (and Betty Crocker) helped prepare the cook and the meal.
A Sparkling Jewell
A Sparkling Jewell
By Kathy Padgett
This teacher knew that filled bellies meant eager minds.
Biscuit, Mayonnaise and Onion
Biscuit, Mayonnaise and Onion
By Douglas S. Clark
This much-anticipated after-school snack was more than he could handle.
Building Bonds
Building Bonds
By Larry Scheckel
Who knew then that we were learning lessons for life?
Coming of Age by Crossing the Bar
Coming of Age by Crossing the Bar
By Marilyn Ludwig
This rite of passage was never forgotten - nor repeated.
Flowerpot Justice
Flowerpot Justice
By D.E. Brigham
She became judge, jury and executioner - and he was the better for it.
From Bikes to Buses
From Bikes to Buses
By Velma Bernecker
From a small district school to a large public system—what we learned.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen - The Three Sisters
Good Old Days in the Kitchen - The Three Sisters
By Georgia Kohart
The three proved to be beneficial to one another as they grew—and not much has changed.
Good Old Days On Wheels - The Great Tricycle Pileup
Good Old Days On Wheels - The Great Tricycle Pileup
First to the bottom—first to brace for impact.
By Steven M. Sybert
Grandma's Secret Recipe
Grandma's Secret Recipe
By April Knight
I became her accomplice as we canned her "specialty" every year.
How Do You Dance a Square?
How Do You Dance a Square?
By Karla Cooper
"Marching through Georgia" brought friends and fun together one square at a time.
Just One More Adventure
Just One More Adventure
By Jerry Thordsen
They made it through a series of adventures—but what had happened to his shoe?
Looking Hollywood Way - The Imagination Dimension
Looking Hollywood Way - The Imagination Dimension
By Michael O'Donnell
He could expand one's mind while scaring it at the same time.
Lutefisk!
Lutefisk!
By Doug Sletten
Thankfully, this was a once a year Norwegian birthday tradition!
Mischief on Maple Avenue
Mischief on Maple Avenue
By Peggy Fitzgerald McNamara
They found ways to amuse themselves, pranking drivers.
Ten Candles on the Cake
Ten Candles on the Cake
By Dorothy Stanaitis
No shortage of surprise and celebration on her special day.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
By Carl Amari
The mystery radio show with brilliant case-solving detectives lived on for decades.
The Green Pea Fiasco
The Green Pea Fiasco
By Mary Barberio
Only a favorite aunt could make eating peas bearable.
The Shoe Was
The Shoe Was
By April Knight
Drastic measures would win this battle. Or would they?
We Found a Boat!
We Found a Boat!
By Damon Cable
It seemed like a great idea … at the time.
What? No Training Wheels?
What? No Training Wheels?
By John Scanlan
Determination—and a cemetery filled with zombies—can be powerful motivation to keep trying.
Willing Taste Tester
Willing Taste Tester
By Susan Davis
Was it the pursuit to learn to cook or the pursuit to sample that kept her in the kitchen?