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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(…)

Memories of Pop

by Jerry Hogan Kasperek Wanna go to the feed store, Jeddy? My grandfather — Pop — would ask me when he was about to go on his Saturday morning ritual of errands and rounds. Jeddy was my grandfather’s nickname for me (my proper name is Geraldine) and the feed store was the Checkerboard, or maybe(…)

Little Sandy Creek

by Leon Archer Well, I know I’m back on track now. Sweet Thing and I returned from Seattle and it took a couple of days to get the time sorted out, but we are now getting to bed before midnight and rising before 9 a.m. It has been pretty dry, so a couple days after(…)

Class Project

by Jim Farfaglia Class Project   Two children walked hand in hand to the art room, for a brush and brown paint, giving this two-liter bottle a natural look.   One lucky student was selected, under Teacher’s watchful eye, to cut an oval in its side.   A chatty group shredded old homework pages and(…)

Prom a success

by Kate Rothrock Prom was a huge success! The American Foundry was absolutely beautiful and a great time was had by all. Good music, dancing, professional pictures, and a chocolate fountain were just a few of the many highlights of Saturday night. The music and dancing stopped when the prom court was revealed. Amelia Coakley,(…)

Spearing on Little Sandy Creek

by Leon Archer Although it has been many years since I speared my last sucker in the cold waters of spring, I still smile thinking about the deliciously wet and frigid outings with my school days friends on Little Sandy Creek.  The suckers would make their annual spawning run somewhere between mid-April and mid-May, and(…)

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(…)

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