SEGMENT: FAMILY FARM, CHILDREN'S EDUCATION, & FAMILY

Irma Long>UIS Collection K-M>UIS Collection K-M, Segment 5

SEGMENT: FAMILY FARM, CHILDREN'S EDUCATION, & FAMILY,

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FAMILY FARM
Tells of husband taking over Irma's father's farm after her father could no longer farm. Notes profit made selling house & 50/50 split of farming operation with her father. Tells of home improvements like a basement and furnace in parents house. Notes coal stove used as a child. Decision to take on father-in-law's farm was Wilbur's alone. Notes it was a good decision because of later changes in mail service.
FAMILY
Discussion of daughter Trudy, "an answered prayer." Trudy is not a farm gal, but one of her daughters is a farm gal. Notes daughter's & granddaughter's "prayer spots." Tells of granddaughters careers & education.
CHILDREN'S EDUCATION
Discussion of where daughter Trudy went to school, being bussed, & not liking school food. Felt sad children had to go so far to go to school (after consolidation?).