Journal Express, Knoxville, IA


August 26, 2013

A 60-year celebration


"If we won the game, we usually lost the fight after the game," Reardon said.

Before leaving town after the wonderful weekend, some other activities were fit into the schedule. Some of the couples were able to visit family while others went to the movie theater. And, of course, there was a trip to the Canteen — one made within 30 minutes of hitting the city limits.

"There are some great memories here. We've not been together for a long time," Gray said. "I feel bad we've lost so many - they would have loved to be here for this."


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