Curryville Teachers


My mother embroidered patches for a quilt I was given from the Curryville ladies. Each patch had the name of a U.S. state, its flower and its bird.

The next house was Rev. Clyde Bush's family. They had two daughters, Carolyn and Lois. Carolyn was a dear friend of mine. I played at their house often. Clyde had only one arm and I was amazed that he just went about life as though he didn't even know it was missing. They were a loving family. It was always comforting when I visited at Carolyn's home.

Next was where my classmate, Bobby Ritchey, lived. His father, "Bud" ran Curry Supply. His mother, Sara, was my Sunday School teacher. She was always so kind and soft spoken. Posted on the wall in our Sunday School room, she had a picture of J...

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