Table of contents for Back then : simple pleasures and everyday heroes / Archie P. Mcdonald.

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Part 1: Simple Pleasures
Simpler Times
Shoe Shines
The Corner Drug Store 
The Corner Grocery
Full Service Gas Stations
Honky Tonks
Cars I?ve Known
Vacation Bible School
The Renegade Church
Favorite Hymns
Favorite Books
House Calls
Water Witching
Remembering That Year
Festivals and Fairs
Little League Baseball
Summer Evenings 
Family Vacations
Starting School in August
Houses and Homes
Moving a Cat
Older Than Dirt
Part II: Everyday Heroes
The Heroes Among Us
Presidents I Have Known
Teachers I Have Known
God Bless John Wayne (also include Words)
What If I Had Practiced as Much as Van Cliburn
World War II Home Front
The First Time I Ate in an Integrated Restaurant
My Maw Was Born in Arkansas 
My Two Fathers
Aunt Jonnie
Aunt Vennie
The Big Bopper
When ?Republican? Wasn?t Cool
Harry?s Bar
Older Women
Greetings We Just Know Are Not Going to Lead to Good News
Afterword: The Way We Were

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Texas -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Anecdotes.
McDonald, Archie P. -- Anecdotes.
McDonald, Archie P. -- Childhood and youth -- Anecdotes.
Texas -- Biography -- Anecdotes.
United States -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Anecdotes.