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Hey folks
Holiday time will be here soon. Another year will soon pass.
Let's think of some ideas for gifts. I will start with a full year long calendar.
Tell me what you guys think.
Thanks Chris

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I assume you mean TAGS theme gifts. The calendar is a nice idea - I got one for Christmas years back.

One time I gave my brother-in-law, a sheriff's deputy at the time, a "Fife Security Agency" metal sign. Mrs. Pike, told me, however, he was not too keen on it. Oh well.

"Inside Mayberry" would make a nice gift to a TAGS fan. https://www.amazon.com/Inside-Mayberry-Andy-Griffith-Handbook/dp/00...

A $50 gift card for Morellis is always nice. The pounded steak is a treat!
Oh, and perhaps a nice tie clip for the gentlemen. It's smart to just wear it clipped to a shirt.

 The sheet music to "Mayberry Union High."

Haven't seen you on here in a while Jane...great to see you back!

Of course for a really "big" gift, there is the complete set of DVD's!  About $90 these days.

Or for a smaller gift, any season for $15 or less.

The Christmas Episode and the Pickle episode in color, Hope I get those myself.

For ALL your great gift ideas, click on th button for Weaver's Department Store on the Home Screen of this website.

Good point Colonel!

Support this site and shop at WEAVERS! http://www.weaversdepartmentstore.com/index.php

I think a sharp pair of shoes with a buckle on the side (like Gomer's) would be an awesome Christmas gift for any guy.  We can't have our menfolk going out unadorned!

A professionally framed, autographed photo of J. Edgar for Barney. He'll be so pleased he'll probably put it on top of his chest of drawers in his room at Miss Mendlebright's.

Oh yes, or a first edition of, "I Picked a Pocket and Paid."

I myself am hoping for a pink bed jacket with shirring across the yoke and pearl buttons down the front.

For the woman that has everything: a pineapple skinner

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