| March/April 1967

Here we are in 1967We wish and pray the best of everything to all of you good readers.

I guess I had better make a report of myself. I am just doing fine. Perhaps you know I am troubled with sugar and you can guess the diet I am on. I am just hungry all the time. I I wish I could sit down to your table and do what I want to do. But I guess never again. I can do all I want of looking at steam engines and I do a lot of that.

Mrs. Ritzman lost her mother just before Christmas and my flare up has made her a nervous wreck, so to speak. She is taking the month of January off from her teaching to try to catch up. Because of this we did not get one Christmas Greeting sent to anybody. Please pardon us.

Mr. Stoner, our kind printer, is giving us an idea of who is making the Magazine in his articles. I think this is fine. When you get this way you will want to stop and see the Plant and meet the folks. You will be welcome I am sure.