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CHAPTER 6 - LOVE AND LAUGHTER
THE ICEMAN — Inez Kulberg
Some family stories are just too priceless to be forgotten. You will meet Inez, who was an artist and a very free spirit. Her family has had many laughs over the story of how her desire to clean the house in the nude got her into a bit of trouble one day. It's a classic.
WHERE'S THE BEEF? — Hilda Swanson
Sharing the home with the in-laws has never been an easy task. Hilda tells us a humorous story of how she coped with her mother-in-law over a platter of roast beef.
STROLLING WITH A STRANGER— Ruth Swanson
This short story told by Ruth will put a smile on your face.
A CHANGE OF PLANS — Irene Christiansen
When Irene met Bob more than 50 years ago, she was attracted to his good looks and nice personality but especially to his great sense of humor. At the time, neither of them could predict just how much they would need to draw on this sense of humor in their first few weeks of marriage. Their well-planned hometown wedding suddenly turned into a cross-country train trip to get married amidst a group of strangers . . . and the turn of events didn't end there.
RIDING THE STREETCAR — Ginny Elmer
Ginny tells the humorous story of her parents' trip on the Como-Harriet streetcar to Eisenminger's meat market to buy cheese for a New Year's Eve celebration.