Yes, I remember Junior and Dorothy very well. As a young boy from Campbellsburg I can remember Dorothy's father Dick, using a horse and scoop to dig the basement of their new home that the family built around 1947. Who could ever forget Dorothy, an extremely bright and pretty young teenager, that in few years would become a mother and my algebra teacher in 1953. As a youngster, I hunted on Mr. Bickers farm, later did shopping for my Mom at the Bicker's Grocery Store. Of course everyone would remember that bright young Junior that would skip the 8th grade. Most of all I never thanked Junior or Dorothy for the life changing guidance they gave me in 1956. I feel certain the couple hours that they spent with me when I visited Eastern Kentucky STATE College, changed my life for ever! Junior took Doug and I around, on that day I decided to go to Eastern. I most certainly was not the student that those two were, but I did graduate thanks to those two people.
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