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Details betraying the size of the town and number of decades past were in Smith’s short story. There was the town population of six families; wood burning stove; brass bed; coal as a heat source. The most evident, though, was the date mentioned in the life of Viola and her family. Armistice was no ordinary day, but not just because it signaled the end of WWI. It also meant Uncle Milton’s return from France’s front.