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He’s lived a sweet, gentle life


He’s lived a sweet, gentle life
Melton and Elvira Shultze in 1942


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Rainy Days and Starry Nights
August 26, 2015
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I sat in the kitchen in a house in Poth last week, and it was like déjà vu for me. I was back in 1948, a 16-year-old girl sitting at a table in this very same kitchen with my friend Gay Johns, who also went to Poth High School with me. Nothing had changed much in the home; it was still lovely, cozy, and felt very homey. Gay was living there with her mother, Opal Johns, who had a beauty shop there. I shook my head and I was there now sitting at the kitchen table with a nice old gentleman, 100-year-old Melton Shultze. But this was his house that he and his wife Elvira had bought 50 years ago in 1965. . . .

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Jim Lawhon  
Floresville, TX  
September 1, 2015 8:15pm
 
Lois, is the house at E Westmeyer and Titcomb. Opal was my aunt and Gay my First cousin. My Grandparents lived in that house through my boyhood. I have a lot of memories sitting in that kitchen.

 
Ken Semlinger  
Poth, TX  
September 1, 2015 3:03pm
 
Another great story Lois! Keep writing.

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