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4 results for "Pocatello"
Song of My Life By Joyce Knowles
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Written by Joyce Allen Knowles for a high school English assignment.
Carolyn - "Forever Young" By June Allred
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The journal of Carolyn Cobia Hardy Citte from the year 1924 to 1969. She includes her childhood years in the South and in Pocatello, Idaho, her teenage years in Salt Lake City, her marriage to Allen... More > Hardy, their travels to work in California, the births of their five children and the death of her husband Allen.< Less
Mom's Dead and I Never Learned to Cook By Twyla Cork
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The "Mom's Dead and I Never Learned to Cook!" book is easy to read and easy to follow. Twyla Cork and Tippi Tayu understand the tragedy of not only being orphaned too soon, but also the... More > horrible feeling of being domestically inadequate. The recipes found here are easy to make (Ma was apparently just guiltin' us into thinking she was toiling so!). You will remember some of these recipes fondly, some not so much. Either way, you'll create some meals and memories that are fabulous for both body and soul. Cmon, admit it. No matter what those crazy health care providers say, processed cheese is good for you. Please enjoy yourself without guilt. As my Mom used to say, "Eat up! Don't you know that there are people starving in Pocatello?!"< Less
Tomorrows Promise By Edward R Kofke Sr, Bruce D Kofke
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With an 'I'm going to make it attitude', Tomorrows Promise is a compilation of the diary 18 year old Eddie Kofke kept of his experiences and adventures during WWII from enlistment to discharge. Join... More > the flights as young Ed shares the details of the 50 combat missions he flew as the tail gunner aboard the invincible B-24 Liberator, the Shoo-Shoo Baby. Laugh along with the crew as they experience numerous side adventures both overseas and stateside. As part of the 15th Air Force, 464th Bomb Group, the 'Baby' was one of 65 'Olive Drab' B-24's leaving Pocatello, Idaho in 1944. The Shoo-Shoo Baby was the first to finish all 50 missions with the original crew still intact, without one injury or death. There was only one other 'Olive Drab' flying in the 779th. The other 63 ships and 630 men were gone or replaced with many replacements replaced. This was despite 5 missions to the Ploesti oil refineries and being the number one target on Hermann Goering's Elite Luftwaff's kill list.< Less