Vol. III, No.1

Fall 1975

Issue 9


TABLE OF CONTENTS

A CERTAIN KIND OF RICHNESS by Paul Ludwig
Poem about a country church

TRAIL THROUGH TIME by Steve Hardcastle
An imaginary visit to a stagecoach stop

MULES "THE FOUNDATION OF THE WORLD" by Mike Doolin
Missouri mule is alive and kicking

IT'S A BRUSH ARBOR MEETING by Donna Scott
Religious meetings with an outdoor flavor

THERE'S A SWEET, SWEET SPIRIT IN THIS PLACE by Janet Florence and Gina Hilton
Memories of country churches

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN by Doris Brelowski
Death and burial customs in the Ozarks

I'VE SUNG AT 5000 FUNERALS by Doris Brelowski
A visit with Ashford Hough

EMBLEMS OF LIFE by Rick Bishop and Greg Ruble
Some grave stories

VARIOUS VITTILES by Nancy Honssinger
Some unusual recipes using native fruits

THIS SPEECH OF OURS by Jenny Kelso
Ozark pronunciations

SOMETIMES I LET IT AGE TEN OR FIFTEEN MINUTES by Teresa Reed
Making corn whiskey

FROM THE PEN OF THE EDITOR by Jim Baldwin
New editor begins Volume III

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