My Published Stories

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By Mabel Law Atkinson, July 30, 1956

  1. "Grandpa as a Magician." The Relief Society Magazine. Vol. 40, no. 10 (October 1953)
  2. "A Sure-Enough Seamstress." The Relief Society Magazine. Vol. 41, no. 11 (November 1954)
  3. "Hurrah for Pete." The Relief Society Magazine. Vol. 42, no. 5 (May 1955)
  4. "The Perfect Gift." The Relief Society Magazine. Vol. 43, no. 5 (May 1956)
  5. "I Love America." Hon. Mention in short story contest sponsored by the National Thanksgiving Association, 1954. To be included in a book of Thanksgiving stories for school children.
  6. "Thanksgiving in the heart." To be included in same book. Tied for 1st place in 1955.
  7. "Why Grocer Hanson Said No." Hon. Mention in contest by national Women's Christian Temperance Union, headquarters at 1730 Chicago Ave., Evanston, Ill. To be published by them.
  8. "Men Are What Their Mothers Make Them." Also received Hon. Mention in the Ada Mohn-Landis Contest for 1955 in Declamations in Class I--Senior Declamations.
  9. "Kim Was Afraid." 1st place, Junior Class II, 1956. My prize $25. To be published by WCTU.
  10. "The Saving Hand." Hon Mention Senior Class I, 1956
  11. "When Sally Got Drunk." Hon. Mention, Children's Class III, 1956