MY KIND OF TOWN
I live in a rural town,
a tiny place called
the market gardeners tend their crops
and market them with pride.
We grow the best darned celery
this country’s ever seen;
fresh and crisp and crunchy
and a perfect shade of green.
We’ve got a general store and fire brigade,
and a school the kids all love;
there are tennis courts, well patronised,
with lighting up above.
Each morning I go to the Store
for the papers and the post
and always meet a smiling friend-
that’s what I like the most.
Dale Harvey- when did you write this? Do you know the date for the newspaper article?
Do readers have any other newspaper clippings about the Clyde General Store?