The Whole Town's Talking - Section 7 and 8: “The Sixties, Something’s Blowing in the Wind” and “The Seventies, Saturday Night Fever” Summary & Analysis

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The Sweet Clover Dairy has expanded into six states. Ted Nordstrom and Cooter Calvert die in this decade, and Lester Shingle up at Still Meadows still has not figured out who killed him. In other matters, Beatrice is concerned about Hanna Marie leaving home for the first time, but Elner promises her that she will be alright. Hanna Marie misses her parents at first but eventually makes many friends and meets a special boy named Michael James Vincent. At Christmas, they get engaged. Their wedding is a fabulous occasion and many of the town folk talk about the young couple as if they were Cinderella and Prince Charming. The couple goes to Europe on their honeymoon. Beatrice is very happy for them, but Ander is skeptical of Michael, and...

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