The article that appeared in last week’s issue, entitled “Crosscut saw memoirs” was mainly about the crosscut saw painting.

Just to clarify some of the corrections of the interview.

Thank you to Lenta Hall.

First, I was only six years old at the start of World War II.

Our daughter’s name is spelled Carolyn, it was misspelled in the article.

Loyd was never a teacher. He did maintenance and custodial for District 171 and later the high school.

There was no girl from Pennsylvania. It was all men and sons.

Thank you for the time spent on the interview and especially Diane Gerot of Studio 205 in Pierce and the Clearwater Tribune and its readers.

(Editor’s note: Our apologies to Audrey and her family for the mistakes made in her article.)

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