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Updated: 12/22/2012 08:00:01AM

Early Englewood Christmas memories

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Sitting of the steps of the Anger homestead circa 1918, built around 1910, are Ora Etta Anger, Lorin Alexander Anger, Mary Etta Saunders, (Ora’s daughter). The two children are Julia Ainger and L.A. Ainger, Jr. who in later years would be honored by having a local school named after him. Note: the spelling of Anger was later changed by some family members to Ainger.

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Sitting on the steps of the Anger homestead circa 1918, built around 1910, are Ora Etta Anger, Lorin Alexander Anger and Mary Etta Saunders (Ora’s daughter). The two children are Julia Ainger and L.A. Ainger, Jr. who in later years would have a local school named after him. The spelling of Anger was later changed to Ainger.

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Several years ago, longtime residents Muriel and L.A. Ainger painted for me a charming picture of long ago Christmases in early Englewood when times were more simple.

L.A. Ainger, Jr., whose family came here in 1898, had memories of a Christmas in 1920 when he was 5 years old.

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