Lois Etchie Corwin
Publisher: Amazon.com Services LLC
Pages: 118

A true story of growing up on a farm in Ohio in the 1930's. The author was one of ten children in this family.Excerpt: On Saturday night we always went to Hicksville. The streets were packed full of people who came to shop, visit friends, or go to the Huber Theater to see a movie. It was hard to get a parking place if you didn't go early. Dad gave each kid a quarter. We got in line at the theater to see Roy Rogers or Gene Autry, the singing cowboy in the movies. It cost a dime to get in and a nickel for a box of popcorn. After the show was over, we would walk around the streets several times to see who was there. Then we would buy a double dip ice cream cone and still have a nickel left to buy candy. During the war years when we went to Hicksville, almost all of the young men were in uniform. The streets were full of sailors, soldiers, and airmen. It was a very romantic time.I remember ...
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