Granny's Notes - the writing of Sue Gerard

Welcome to the online "Granny's Notes" archive. This collection contains all of Sue Gerard's stories from her weekly column in the Columbia Daily Tribune. Please browse the list below to read her stories.

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DateTitle
December 31 Snowfall blankets countryside in peace
December 24 Fire canít take memories of favorite doll
December 17 Lone Rooster had much to crow about
December 10 Telephone worked well, even if you had a tin ear
December 3 Resurrected Mary Rose a sight to behold
November 26 Safety first in skating on natural ice
November 19 Beautiful morning is to be held dearly
November 12 Bee stings left Chubís life hanging in the balance
November 5 Buying gun at an auction can be a bang of a time
October 29 Comics character should stay in the newspaper
October 22 Dairy business gives new family good start
October 15 Tinkering leads to family innovations
October 8 Country recalls Boone pioneers
October 1 Da Vinci sketch got bikes rolling
September 24 Grandchildren help make the summers special
September 17 Worms enrich the soil; learning enriches mind
September 10 Main roads once were private tollways
August 27 Hereís the rub: Dog walks again
August 20 How did the chicken get in the loft? Carefully
August 13 Life before advent of air conditioning was no sweat
August 6 Froggy comes a courtiní a mouthful of trouble
July 30 Christmas Tree delivers her bounty in the spring
July 23 Teach your toddler to wait for a lifeguard
July 16 Fourth of July means ticktacks and cattails
July 9 Missouriís black walnuts are a taste worth waiting for
June 25 Swim class turns out to be lifesaving lesson
June 18 Feeding you, thatís what our farmers do
June 11 A simple spare tire can save your life
June 4 Duleyís Mill a center of social interaction
May 21 Celiac sprue disease takes its toll on sufferersí diets
May 14 Summer busiest season for bees
May 7 Some postwar stories less happy than others
April 30 Johnny Walnut Seed spreads word about long-lasting trees
April 23 Helping bale hay harvests sense of accomplishment
April 16 Swarm of bees in May is worth a load of hay
April 9 First bicycle opens world on Fulton Gravel Road
April 2 Catalog bike leads way to many years of cycling
March 26 Rogersí work admired by Abe Lincolnís family
March 19 Raw Missouri clay forms Little People, big memories
March 5 Now I know why I had chores to do
February 26 Bicyclists made early call for paved roads
February 19 Harg families held summer camp
February 12 Few get opportunity to see China as bicyclists see it
February 5 With majestic effort, Dad rescued stove
January 29 Catalog home replaced one demolished by fire
January 22 Incubatorís flame burned house
January 15 Neighbors came to the rescue when fire destroyed our home
January 8 Fire, friends shape the lives of families
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