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JULY 12, 1995

Reports of harvest are mixed this year. Harvest yields generally are much lower than usual and quality often is poor. Youngtown correspondent Dorothy Hayen writes, “Men don’t talk about their yields, they talk about their problems, like mud holes, breakdowns, and runs for repairs.

Barbara Graham and Beverly Ehrlich, known as the “Twin B’s,” will display their collection of dolls and discuss dolls in general at “Doll Day” scheduled from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Marion Historical Museum.

Ruby Dalke of Hillsboro has written a book entitled, “Life with Pop,” The book details adventures of living with her father, Peter A. Koslowsky. Born July 4, 1878, he died June 28, 1963.

Bob and Shirley Smith were hosts over the July 4th weekend to a number of guests and also at their annual picnic for family and friends.

Reporter Brenden Sager, writing articles entitled “Eating around the county,” this week features Turkey Red Restaurant in Peabody. Owner Mike Collins believes in making everything from scratch, including breads. “We cook the way they did 75 to 100 years ago,” Collins said.

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