Anana Mae

| March/April 1958

  • Mrs. Anna Mae Branyan
    Mrs. Anna Mae (Edward) Branyan, our Editor, Secretary, and Business Manager, is looking up somebody's record.

  • Mrs. Anna Mae Branyan

Anna Mae, as we generally speak of her and to her, is one of the most versatile women of our acquaintance. She is the mother of four wonderful children, two boys and two girls. It is a very orderly and happy household.

You would never know how she gets all her work done but she does. Besides doing all her own house work, Anna Mae is President of the local P-T. A. She takes an active part in the Sunday School and Church; greatly interested in the Civic Club of Enola. Until recently she was local correspondent for the newspaper. She also does typing for our Justice of the Peace.

Anna Mae is very efficient in all her work and I am sure the ALBUM is exceedingly fortunate in securing her services.

She loves this work. Your correspondence is carefully read by her. She may not know as much about the steam engine as you do but with a little time she will.

We should tell you that Anna Mae's husband is an engineer on the Pennsylvania Railroad. He runs from Enola to Philadelphia and New York, so Anna Mae is used to the lingo at least.

So here we go all working for a better ALBUM. -------- ELMER.


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