The Story of my Life
Louise Virginia (Weir) Frasier
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TEENAGE ENTERTAINMENT - 1925-1932
In The fall we did have parties in the corn-crib. Sometimes the corn-crib was in the barn but sometimes it was in a different building. The parties were corn huskings - removing the shucks from the corn.
Whoever was giving the party hid ten or twelve ears of red corn in among the white ears. If you got a red ear, you got to kiss who ever you wanted to.
We almost never had any food or drink at these parties, but I do remember that sometimes Papa would buy a stalk of bananas or in the fall of the year we’d have apples.
Louise Weir Frasier
January 1, 1992