The year I graduated from Van Horn High School I worked for less than a month for Tommy’s Drive In. I worked inside making cones, flipping hamburgers and dishing up fries. I worked until 12:30 each night, it was rough.
“How could I ignore the boy next door.” I couldn’t. We usually went to his church every Sunday. He went to church during the week without me. I was 13 and he was 14. I had to be seated with his mother because he played the organ.
The first Lake Lotawana .01K Run/Walk Benefit was a hugh success!
Almost 300 athletes turned out for the most grueling Mini-thon of the season on March 2. All of them had the courage to start and somehow found the strength to cross the street.
Daddy said, “Donna he’s a broken up pile of bones,” Jim had been in a car wreck. His jaw was broken in three places; there was a cast on his leg and one on his wrist.
Reader poems in honor of Valentine's Day
Lawrence E. Vogel will celebrate his 100th birthday on Jan. 28.
Christmas came early this year to Tabitha’s Closet in the form of a check for approximately $3,500 presented by the Independence Council of Beta Sigma Phi.