Parlor and Party Games_Washington County PA Genealogy and Family History_'Little Washington'

Life in Washington Co., PA "Little Washington" 
1700s to Present


Parlor and Party Games


I was probably 8 years old when I first learned of making words from other words. I loved the task in school, but couldn't quite beat my older relatives at parties.  I really wanted that party prize, but I never won.

Making new words is challenging, yet relaxing too.






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Judith Ann Florian
Girard, Ohio 44420

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