Sunday, April 12, 2015


Poverty affects people in a multitude of ways beginning in infancy and childhood. How can poverty begin to be alleviated in your community? Literacy programs are a start.
Show kindness and mercy ... do not oppress the widow, the orphan, the alien, or the poor; and do not devise evil ... against one another. (Zechariah 7:9,10)
(The Christophers, Three Minutes A Day, Vol. 44, 7 July)

We stopped at the library yesterday to drop off movies and music.  We also visited the bookstore in the basement.  Someone donated music CDs that I found on the top shelf.  The price for each CD was twenty-five cents.  I bought twelve cases, containing sixteen CDs for $3.00.  All were in "like new" condition. I was familiar with the performers on all but three of the CDs ( * new to me)

Time-Life - Lifetime of Romance (8 CDs in 4 cases)
Northern Lights - Living it the City (*)
John Yates & The Yates Brothers with Wyatt Rice (*)
The Freight Hoppers - Waiting on the Gravy Train (*)
Norman Blake & Rich O'Brien - Be Ready Boys
Ricky Skaggs - Favorite Country Songs
Tom T. Hall - Home Grown
New Coon Creek Girls featuring Dale Ann Bradley - Our Point of View
David Davis - My Dixie Home

Dick Henthorn
12 April 2015

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