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A Preview of “Tales from Alderman Oaks”
Dolores B. “And Saturday was bath day….”
German immigrants, a big galvanized tub was the bathtub of the day. Filled only
last bather faced cold water with a grey film of dirt, but no one complained. Saturday night baths
were a luxury.
Gene S. “No one could be well dressed without one!”
what was Gene talking about?
Bill K. “Hi Ho Silver!”
A five year
old believes in super heroes, but no comic book hero came to Bill’s rescue when
dog attacked him.
Margaret E. “The one room school…”
teacher, all eight grades, and lunch under the old willow tree---a slice of Americana.
Mary Jane B. “The
multi-colored doors of Dublin…”
Mary Jane explains the reason for the rainbow-hued doors on the Irish row houses and it is not what
you would expect!
Olive S. “I belong where I am needed...”
As a member
of the Foreign Service, Olive served in many countries all over the world. She
her philosophy on life.
Al & Madeleine L .“The birthday party she would never forget…”
her way between the carefully arranged rows of tables, celebrating her 39th
Madeleine and Al were guests at Queen Elizabeth’s party!
Ruth W. “One
person can make a difference.”
Ruth’s granddaughter, the daughter of missionary parents in Tanzania, was able to arrange food three
times a week for 500 people…one person can make a difference.
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