Dust to Dust

DUST TO DUST….Robert Norton of Pekin, Illinois, died recently. His neighbor, Brenda Loete, had this to say about him:

We didn’t really know him. We just had him arrested….Normally, if we had him arrested in the spring he’d be gone for the summer and we wouldn’t have to worry about him until the next spring.

That’s sociable small-town America for you! Click the link for the full story.

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