| May/June 1958



Mrs. Leonard J. Mann, of Otterbein, Indiana, invited us to have Home Made whole wheat bread using flour ground on stone burrs, sorghum and home made milk and butter. This all when the East was having its worst snow storm. Roads clogged and the Pennsylvania Railroad had cancelled 87 passenger trains. Anyway, the saliva glands have been working overtime ever since. Thanks, Mrs. Mann.

Well ladies, as I write this we are having from 8 to 12 inches of snow. Just when I was thinking how I would arrange the flowers around the house. Elmer says it is the onion snow, a sure sign of a good crop.

Just the same, Spring is almost here Easter (which will be past when you get this) house cleaning school is out and then the Reunions. It's wonderful to be alive.