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All correspondence pertaining to subscription and subscription business should be addressed to Kitty Snell, Stemgas Publishing Company, 4 Ellen Drive, Enola, Pa., 17025. Any telephone calls for the above work should be made to 717-732-1974 Kitty Snell. For any general information concerning the magazine, write Elmer L. Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Road, Enola, Pa., 17025, or telephone 717-732-2023. Regarding pictures and articles that you have sent for publication, write % Anna Mae Branyan or phone 717-732-0675.

We are planning to attend the National Threshers Reunion. Mrs. Ritzman will be along and do the driving and we expect our stand will be in the same place that it was last year, although we have not made arrangements. We'll be somewhere there. The attendants will be Mrs. Ritzman, Mrs. Schaeffer, and likely others. We'll be looking for you and appreciate your patronage.

Elsewhere is the announcement of the C. Aultman History written by Mr. Bixler. We are quite proud of this book and recommend it very highly to you.

We just read in the American Thresherman in 1910 of a man in Indiana driving through a little town with his rig, had an accident with a horse and buggy. He got scared and thought he would get away from it so he got on the engine, opened the throttle wide and went through the town as hard as he could go. And thus became the first hit and run driver. And the interesting thing is, he could only go at the most - 2 miles an hour.

We just read of a minister who buried his fourth wife. A lady stepped up to him and asked, 'How did you do it?' And he said 'Don't contrary them, they can't stand it.'