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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Wordless (nearly) Wednesday - Younger brother Tom reading narration at rural church


Wordless (nearly) Wednesday
Younger brother Tom reading narration at rural church




My middle (of we five boys) brother, Tom, in December 1959, at the Star Methodist Church, north of Coon Rapids, Iowa, reading a narrative - I assume it was some sort of Christmas pageant. I see it is nearly 9 p.m. Also, that is most likely our mother's sheet music on the piano, of Santa Claus is coming to town - with some hand-written music in front of it - also typical of her. I do not know what the Folgers coffee 'sack' represented????  Love the jacket, open collar and hanky? Those were the days!  ;-)


Families are Forever!  ;-)

4 comments:

  1. I luv it, too! hahahaaaaaaa! :D that jacket is so imprinted in my memory !!! hahahaaaa!

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  2. That jacket was YOU!! For sure! Nothing quite like it! ;-)

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