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Animal Odd Couple: The 1977 Turkey & Rooster

Found this Barnyard Review in something written 37 years ago.
Barnyard review
Ruby Yates has a rooster she doesn't understand and a turkey gobbler which she doesn't understand either. She doesn't understand why the rooster wants to roost at night on the turkey gobbler?s back. And she doesn?t understand why the turkey puts up with it. But it's the truth. I've known Ruby a long time, and I?ve never caught her exaggerating.
The item was in "Around Adair," by Ed Waggener in the Columbia Daily Statesman, October 1, 1977. Ruby Yates (1924-2011) was one of Adair County's most beloved citizens.



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