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Men aren’t the only story tellers in Bluffton Anthology

Men aren’t the only story tellers in Bluffton Anthology.

Joanne Niswander tells what it was like growing up on a farm with her big brother Norman Vercler.  Norm could diagnose broken TVs, radios and even broken bones. She also tells what we didn’t know about him.

Ruth Naylor relates her experiences as a Bluffton student and a teacher with some surprising and humorous classroom distractions.

Carylon Urich Rich reminisces on a journey through Bluffton in the 1950s and '60s. “Bluffton community spirit, ingenuity and people continue to thrive... leaving us with wonderful memories of the “good old days.”

This is a sample of the content of "Bluffton Anthology - A creek runs through it." Pre-sale discounted copies are now available for $19.95 plus tax.
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