| May/June 1968

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  • Betty & Bobbie
    This is Betty & Bobbie, the second pair of twin girls for ''Old Rosie''. The proud owner is William B. Green, Route 1, Rushsylvania, Ohio. He didn't think we could beat it, but when the picture arrived at the office I felt so proud of my twins, Barbara an

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  • Betty & Bobbie

Hope you don't think I'm pushy and made my way in this column without the boss knowing about my ventures.

For some months I have been working in the office trying to keep you subscribers on the right track and helping where I could and when the office was moved to 808 Wertzville Road, Enola, Penna. on February 1st, I woke up to the fact that I was to take charge of all the routine and keep our two magazines moving.

No doubt there have been many errors and I won't make any rash statement that none will occur in the future, but will do my best to answer all questions and continue in the same spirit and dedication as my predecessors.

Won't write much this time as I must get back to my chores but once the steam is up and the wheels are turning, I'll tell you more.


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