WHAT THIS COUNTRY NEEDS IS A GOOD FIVE CENT CIGAR


| September/October 1968



Gary's oldest engine

Gary's oldest engine. Gary is one of our teen-age contributors.

Gary Heckman

Rt. 4, Columbia City, Indiana 46725

(Gary graduated from 8th grade this past May so he is one of our teen-age contributors. Gary also likes small radios and plays the zither. The picture is of his oldest engine.) Anna Mae

Few people haven't heard that and just about as many know who said it. Well, after Wilson got sick Thomas R. Marshall was presiding over a boring senate debate and he made that comment to a clerk. He was born in North Manchester and did some law-yering in Columbia City. His home is now the Whitley County Historical Museum and is located a block north of the courthouse.

Farther north is the insurance building where the father of Lew Wallace, author of Ben Hur, lived.

East on U. S. 30 is Cosse, home of Herb Shriner and Little Turtle.

I live north of Columbia City about 9 miles. I'm fairly close to Cresco. Its population died last summer, but if you look close it's still on the state map.