Ann Gieseke and her mother, Dortha M. Marsh, pore over historic records housed in the Hancock County Public Library's local history and genealogy room in Greenfield. Gieseke is a descendant of Martin Bash Smith, whose relatives have been taking notes of family reunions since 1896. On this day, Gieseke was deciphering handwritten pages from 1910 about a man named Eubank, who had been practicing horseshoes in a coal yard by moonlight for a month to get ready for a reunion contest. The note-taker writes, ''We Don't think this is Hardly Fair ...''
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