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Letter to the Editor: ‘Post Scripts’ Era Retires

Dear Editor:

Many of us picked up the Gallatin North Missourian weekly newspaper and looked immediately at the Post Scripts written by Joe Snyder for as long as I can remember. At age 95 he has now retired from that spot we all enjoyed for so many years.

Kathy, his wife these past years, has guided him, typing the columns, and making sure they would be sent to Gallatin on

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Post Scripts: Update

PostScripts_WPJoe Snyder, former publisher of The North Missourian and current columnist, has temporarily moved into a San Marcos nursing home and has improved slightly since suffering a recent stroke. He and his wife, Kathy, reside at Horizon Bay, located at 1720 Old Ranch Road 12, Apt. 217, San Marcos, TX 78666, should you like to send correspondence. Phone number and e-mail address are unchanged.

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Post Scripts: 70 Years of Marriage Bliss

PostScripts_WPKathy and I celebrated 70 years of marriage bliss on April 4. We feel so blessed to know we have endured 70 years as man and wife. We had a small family celebration that day but we received cards, phone calls and visits from so many it made a very special day. The climax of the day was a lovely dinner at a special restaurant here in San Marcos. Attending

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The First Easter

PostScripts_WPFour of Jesus’ followers wrote of the first Easter day and of their gentle Master’s resurrection from the dead. This is what the Christian world will celebrate this next Sunday with hope and faith, with prayer and flowers.

The resurrection — life after death — the greatest, happiest news that anybody ever wrote or read — and we ask, “Is it true?”

The four reporters believed it was. They believed

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Post Scripts: Thoughts on the Business of Life

PostScripts_WPI’m gaining strength every day and back to taking walks with my 98-year-old friend. We certainly do appreciate all the get-well wishes from old friends.

I found an old book entitled “Forbes Scrapbook, Thoughts on the Business of Life” on my bookshelf and I thought I’d tell you some of the things I read.

The man who will use his skill and constructive imagination to see how much he can

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Post Scripts: Back in Circulation

PostScripts_WPMy, it’s nice to be back home after being hospitalized three times in the month of February. I’m still a little shaky and my fingers hit the wrong keys, so Kathy is typing this for me. I do so appreciate all the cards, phone calls and especially the prayers I received during that hectic month.

It’s hard to believe what all happened to me. Having never been in the hospital

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Post Scripts: Happy Birthday, Ronald Reagan

PostScripts_WPOne of the most popular presidents, Ronald Reagan, was born on Feb. 6, 1911. I may have written about him before, but there is a lot to tell about this actor who became president of the United States in 1981. Before that he had been a radio sportscaster, a Hollywood film star and a television host and performer.

In 1937 while he was a sportscaster, he accompanied the Chicago Cubs

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Post Scripts: Holocaust Memorial Day

PostScripts_WPMonday, January 27, was Holocaust Memorial Day. The United Nations designated that date in 2005 as a yearly memorial day for the victims of the Holocaust when 6 million Jews and millions of other victims of Nazi Germany during World War II. That date was picked as it was the anniversary of the liberation in 1945 of Auschwitz, the Nazi’s most notorious death camp. It played a major role in

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Post Scripts: The Linotype Machine

PostScripts_WPI wonder how many readers remember when all newspapers were set in type on the Linotype Machine. When I had my first newspaper printed in my garage in Kansas City before World War II, I set all my type by hand. This required putting each letter in a form before it was inserted in a frame and put on the press which was operated by hand, too.

When I purchased

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