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Building on youthful experiences


October 2, 2019

In 1960 Dave Eagleston spent a memorable summer working on a farm west of Alva. He learned to drive a tractor, do farm chores and bathe in a water trough. He also learned about Alva and the German POW camp located there during World War II. It all made a lasting impression on a city boy getting ready to start high school in Tulsa.

After a career as a commercial pilot traveling around the world, Eagleston now lives in McKinney, Texas, where he decided to use his youthful experience to write a book. Although fictional, Eagleston’s book draws from his experiences that summer and his research...

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