Presley became close to both parents and formed an especially close bond with his mother.
He enjoyed talking with people, adults and children alike. He was never a pushy promoter but never forgot to sell sell sell. Slacks but no jeans was his standard attire.
His shirts were always button-type most often the top one or two buttons were left unbuttoned with a collar and front pocket, but the most distinct feature was the cutaway up to the shoulder sleeves. Really not certain on the reason for this, he did not have large biceps to show off.
Joe and Helen never took time for a vacation in the seven years that my brother worked there. Joe was a constant bottled Coke drinker in addition to tea for breakfast and lunch. She was one of the kindest persons I have ever met, who was always so soft-spoken.
Not once did I witness even slightly harsh words between herself and Joe and there had to be stressful situations while operating a family business and dealing with the general public.
Always wearing a dress or skirt and blouse, her appearance was extremely pleasant even though Joe and Helen both worked long hours.
Helen was the person you wanted by your side whether as a spouse, relative, friend or neighbor. Loved Joe and Helen a lot! Joseph Annual Lenten Fish Frys have ended for the season and the team at the church are grateful for your support.
It was a record breaking year thanks to you! Spring is for Seed Selling Each spring, nearly like a rite of passage, seed selling began at St.
Both boys and girls participated. It was a stand alone project, not attached to 4-H or any other club. Both vegetable and flower seeds were available.
Here we were, selling mini packs of seeds in a predominantly rural agricultural setting while at the same time area farmers were purchasing their seeds by the pound or bushel basket.
So who bought these micro packets of seeds? Just like any other school project, even today, the majority of buyers were parents, relatives, neighbors, friends and also some farmers who purchased their token share. Many families bought the seeds for their backyard gardens.
Now for the business side of the project. For any sales to occur, initial incentives are needed.
Our bait was the prizes awarded for the varying levels of dollars sales. All sales were recorded on a single order form that I can still vividly remember, black print on a canary yellow paper. It was a bookkeeping nightmare, recording, as I already mentioned. All sales were tallied on a single order form which required another form of our own that separated the individual customer orders.
Boxes and boxes of seeds and prizes needed to be sorted through. Believe it or not, few errors appeared in the shipment.
This may not be exactly how the teachers felt. Back to the prize incentives. They were all glorious offerings and some more glorious than others.This article details the family and relatives of characters in the show.
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