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Hodgepodge

Roy Hodge, Columnist - Roy began his career at The Fulton Patriot in February of 1959 as a linotype operator.  During his long career, he performed every newspaper job — from paper delivery to editor and publisher. He has entertained readers with tales of his family’s antics and many interesting Fulton residents in his long-running “Hodgepodge” column. Roy retired from The Fulton Patriot in June of 2010.

Hodgepodge, by Roy Hodge

There are many things that I have learned, or at least remember one more time, by looking through some of the columns that I have written at Christmas time: One of the worse things about the week after Christmas is seeing that almost all of the gifts that you purchased are now on sale. You(…)

Hodgepodge, by Roy Hodge

I always think of Ben Franklin when Thanksgiving draws near. Ben had a lot of good ideas and did many great things for our young nation. But at Thanksgiving time, I am always thankful that at least one of Ben’s proposals didn’t get past our founding fathers. Ben was pushing hard to make the turkey(…)

Hodgepodge, by Roy Hodge

A-choo! A-choo!  And may God Bless You! The sneeze – that sudden outburst from within that lets everyone around know that you are alive and well. “Where,” you may sometimes wonder, “did that come from?” My dictionaries are for the most part in agreement as to the definition of “sneeze.” From Webster’s Scholastic Dictionary: “To(…)

Hodgepodge, by Roy Hodge

My friend and colleague in the newspaper business, Dick Forbes, called with some distressing news on Sunday. Vince Caravan, another Fulton newspaperman, who Dick and I had both had an extended connection with, had died. Although competitors for many years, Vince and I were also longtime friends. I first met Vince when the two of(…)

Hodgepodge, by Roy Hodge

When I was a little kid I had one set of grandparents – my father’s parents, Grandma and Grandpa to me.  There was also Nana, my mother’s aunt, with whom Mom lived with since she was 3, Nana’s daughter, Iza Mae, and her husband, Dale, were two generations ahead of me and were like a(…)

Hodgepodge talks of catalogs

Here they come. The catalog* season has officially arrived.  At our house the catalogs from different sources never stop coming. We receive many of them in our mailbox all year long, but the annual pre-holiday onslaught begins well before Halloween. (*Catalog – According to the definition offered by Merriam-Webster, “Catalog is a book containing a(…)

Hodgepodge by Roy Hodge

Throughout the past summer, and now into early fall, I have noticed something unusual. I don’t remember anyone — and it is usually lots of anyones — saying to me: “We sure need some rain.” The best reason for that, of course, is that we don’t especially need any more rain than we are receiving.(…)

Hodgepodge by Roy Hodge

I was recently thinking about words and phrases that I heard while growing up that don’t seem to be part of my current vocabulary. My mother used to say, “Let’s put the kibosh on that right away,” and I knew exactly what she meant. In my mother’s world, “something happening by mere chance” wasn’t considered(…)

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