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Sunday, July 30, 2017 

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Home Page
(Is It Really?)

Has anyone ever questioned why this page is called a Home Page?

Back in the early days of the "Chronicle" this really was the Home Page.  But so many readers wanted to have access to older editions that a new page was created (Page 0) which allowed access to (between) 30 to 40 older editions.  Thus the "Home Page" retained its original name and actually became the second page.  But to avoid confusion, it remained its page number (page 1) and kept its title as "Home Page."

Then as  with all things, the new Page 0 grew and grew so that it now contains things like Celebrations This Week, the neighborhood AED program, Other Stuff, Interesting Links, Games and of course, the reports of what our neighbors like to do (at the bottom of the page).  It is the page that is referenced in the notication e-mail that directs you to the address "www.witherspoonpath.com".

Hopefully, you've figured out how to select the link to the other 11 pages of the Chronicle or how to find the past editions. 

So while it's not really a "Home Page" in the normal sense, it is a home page to some degree.



July 30, 2017

From the archive files of "Oldies", what song fits better than "Ain't Got No Home".

Clarence Henry II
(born March 19, 1937), known as Clarence "Frogman" Henry, is an American rhythm and blues singer and pianist, best known for his hits "Ain't Got No Home" (1956) and "But I Do"" (1961).

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