The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 75, July 1971 - April, 1972 Page: 376
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
gift of God to man is that precious and mysterious thing called life.
And one of the finest ways of thanking Him for that gift is to live
life joyously, fully, and constructively. That's the way Bill expressed
his gratitude. Things will liven up in Heaven, too, now that Bill
is there. I'll take even money that right this minute he is teaching
some bewildered angel to play a harp accompaniment to "The Curse
of an Aching Heart."
Our hearts are, of course, aching with the deep sorrow of great
bereavement. But they are all happier hearts because he was our
friend. We too are grateful to God for the gift of his life.
September 28, 1971
FRANK H. WARDLAW
"The Old Courthouse at Marshall," by Tony Crosby. Built in goo, the
building is now used as a museum by the Harrison County Historical So-
ciety. This sketch of the old courthouse was done by the artist for this issue.
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