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Dan Wegmueller: Entertainment before technology
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Farming was a way of life during the 1930s, and it provided the means necessary to sustain a family. My grandmother wrote, "We grew all our own vegetables and butchered for our meat, and made our own bread. ... In winter we made ice cream. ... Our meals were plain and regular and the whole family ate at the same time."