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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.

Fulton 112 years ago

by Roy Hodge It seemed like it was going to be a normal day for me on Monday. I had my cereal dish and my juice glass out of the cupboard.  Then I proceeded to pour my Cheerios into my juice glass. I was ready to cover them with milk when I realized something wasn’t(…)

Dress code

by Roy Hodge My mother always enforced a fairly strict dress code. Some of the other boys in my elementary school classes wore jeans – I knew them as dungarees – to school. My mother insisted on something “more dressy” for school, such as corduroy pants. I had “school” pants, “church” pants, and “play” pants(…)

Days after a tragic event

by Roy Hodge During all that has been going on since the chaos of the Marathon bombing in Boston, I have been thinking about another tragic event that played out over several days during the aftermath of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. President Kennedy was fatally shot by Lee Harvey Oswald(…)

TV Westerns

by Roy Hodge Maybe you were watching television in the late 1950s and early 1960s, or perhaps you have been told by someone who was, how much “Western” viewing was available on TV back then. It was a peak year for Westerns on television in 1959 with 26 different programs airing in one week. During(…)

SU games

by Roy Hodge Last weekend, when the Final Four frenzy surrounded us from all sides, I had difficulty keeping my mind under control when it wanted to drift back and forth to some of my memories of SU and Syracuse Nats basketball games. Although I was an avid Syracuse Nationals fan in the 1950s and(…)

Fulton Patriot history

by Roy Hodge I am enjoying the stack of 1901 Fulton Patriots that I have been looking through since Christmas time. Up to now, I had come across only one or two pages of the very old Patriots at a time – the oldest just a few years after the first issues of the paper(…)

For the love of peeps

by Roy Hodge When I was working, I was known as a lover of “Peeps,” or more affectionately, “the Peepster,” and often at Easter time I discovered packages of the squashy marshmallow treats in my mailbox or on my desk. I often spent part of my day enjoying my favorite confection by popping them in(…)

Neighbors from long ago

by Roy Hodge I sometimes think I have a good idea for a column and start writing. Some of those times I am typing away and suddenly think, “Wait a minute, this sounds very familiar.” The reason for that thinking, of course, is that I came up with the same idea and wrote basically the(…)

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