EARLENE The school Marm Says


| November/December 1970


Right now with the heat wave we're having it doesn't seem I should be writing for a Winter issue. Old man weather plays tricks on us at times.

Reunions are soon coming to an end for this season. Sincerely hope you were able to attend some and had an enjoyable time.

Sorry we weren't able to see more of you, but we were fortunate in at least getting to Williams Grove for a short time. It was quite nice. Of course my hubby was certainly helped by just those few minutes of observing engines and smelling the smoke.

It was his 82nd birthday on Sept. 5 so his daughter, Ruth, her husband, Dave, and their son, Ron Gilson, were here for the week-end and helped us take the adventure. We're very grateful to them.



In the evening, Irene and her better half, Gus, Anna Mae and son, 6 year old, Tommy, close friends, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander, my sister, Charlotte and her hubby, William Yontz dropped in for cake and coffee to end the big day.

I was able to spend one day at Kinzer, which I thoroughly enjoyed. I went to help Mrs. Elmer Schaefer with our business on Friday. Irene then went down Saturday. The way the news came home I had the better day for pleasure. Pauline really didn't need me but made good use of Irene.














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