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USS Indianapolis (CA-35)

There is a picture that hung in Ansel Head’s grandfather’s camp house in Eutaw of a group of happy deer hunters standing in front of their bountiful kill. The inscription on the photo said “Bull Pen Hunting Club, Nov. 1938.” … Continue reading

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Miss Myra’s

In the later years when he would return to Birmingham, Ansel Head and his father used to eat barbeque at Miss Myra’s. It was unknown to him in his youth, but it was close to his father’s house and convenient.   … Continue reading

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A Dove Shoot

The dove shoot offered practical learning to boomer Ansel Head and respite from the tedious theory presented at the Birmingham University School. Doves feed in recently harvested grain fields in the early afternoon. Before the action starts, hunters spread out … Continue reading

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Mary Was a Great Cook

  Every night at dinner, Mary had fresh, hot buttered biscuits to go with delicious beef or chicken and rice or potatoes. Broccoli and artichokes were acceptable when she had time to make hollandaise sauce. So was  lettuce which, if … Continue reading

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