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From the DEC/JAN Zephyr: Take it or Leave it: THE CHRISTMAS of 1932…Jim Stiles

An excerpt:

This time of year, I always think of my grandparents.  They died many years ago; in fact, more time has passed since their passing than the years I was able to spend with them. Yet, there is scarcely a day that passes that I do not think of Grandpa and Grandma.  My grandfather was born in Concordia, Kansas in 1882, the oldest of six children and, as a boy, once saw Wyatt Earp; yet he lived to see men walk on the moon. He used to tell me he’d lived the best part of America and I think he was probably right.

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