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Right..What's A Tare?

“The kingdom of heaven may be compared to a man who sowed good seed in his field. But while his men were sleeping, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat, and went away. 1,643 more words


Planting - Throwback Thursday/Granny, Groundhogs and Chipmunks

I’ve planted like a whirlwind this week. It’s been rainy, but I’ve mustered on, wearing a large-brimmed hat to keep the raindrops out of my eyes. 308 more words


The Lake Street Testament

The most popular TV show of my youth was a strange yet derivative series called “The Beverly Hillbillies.” The basic device of this comedy was as old as Shakespeare’s rude mechanicals, and as common as 19th and 20th Century perennials like hillbilly plays, Ma and Pa Kettle films and even minstrel shows. 649 more words


The Beverly Hillbillies Go To Washington

I was thinking about a very rich family with more money than sense, and about their beautiful daughter and a son who thinks he is a lot smarter than he is. 746 more words


View the military service of actress:

Ltjg Nancy Kulp

US Navy

(Served 1943-1945)

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Short Bio: With aspirations of becoming a journalist, Kulp studied at Florida State University, earning her bachelor’s degree in 1943. 42 more words

Jim Varney

Jim Varney (June 15, 1949 – February 10, 2000)

Born in Lexington, Kentucky, Varney began acting in local theater at age 8. His first professional acting gig was as Puck in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 1965. 207 more words


Mayberry Isn't A Healthy Place To Live

Sara Pulliam Bailey’s trip to Mount Airy spurred some of my own reflections about growing up in small town North Carolina, watching the Andy Griffith Show, and why nostalgia is dangerous. 645 more words

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