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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 28 1982 Braun - Wiencek Connie D. Braun of ' became the bride of Raymond J. Wiencek of Houston in a double-ring ceremony Saturday after- noon at Christ American Lutheran Church in Waco. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Braun of Waco and formerly of Bartlett. The bridegroom is the son of Jennie Wiencek of Cleveland Ohio. The Rev. William Ander- son officiated. Given in marriage by her parents the bride wore Chan- tllly and Venisc lace gown with portrait neckline and bishop sleeves. Maid of honor was Ber- nadcttc Wiencek of Parma Ohio the bridegroom's sis- ter. Matron of honor was Karen Webb of Houston. Bridesmaids were Sharon Kraemer Mary Ann Wiencek of Cleveland the bride- groom's sister Janice North- am of Temple and Karen Junek of Houston. Jennifer Matusck of Brookshlre was flower girl. Ring bearer was Richard Lcsiak of Cleveland. Best man was Steve Kuplcc of Cleveland Ohio. Groomsmen were Morris Jr. Dunne Dnnn and Greg ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

HOLLAND Tribune-Progress SHAKING A QUILT during half-time activities at Hutto-Holland football game arc Holland's twirlers Laura Starke and Kathy Kelley MR iP' -HiHr H. N A res' rDD Hfl s v: HMHHH' -w' M irSHH::- vc. SKVKNTII (JHAI)K CLASS OITK'KHS were recently elected at Holland Thev are as follows president-Shannon Stroud vice president. Paula Bonds secretary Trnc Hill treasurer- Melissa Taisler. and reporter. Vanessa Shuler Junior High Hornets Lose The Holland Junior High Hornets fell to Hutto 22-8 in football action last week. Hutto scored first in the first quarter with a 55 yard drive on their first possess- ion The score came on a 38 yard run with 3:14 on the clock A run for two points was good Holland came back early in the second period with Don Tabor scoring on a three yard sweep with 3:51 on the clock The play capped a 59 yard drive. The conversion was no good A GO yard pass play provided Hutto's next score. The PAT was no good. Hutto scored again the third period on a 5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 28 1982 una 1082. McNaURhlSynd &P FisOH- . TRIB UNE PROGRESS Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrass farm on the San Gabriel Hlvcr is seeking the answer to a financial question this week.) Dear editor: In depressed economic times some people who still have money to invest pay more attention to the business news in newspapers and magazines seeing what the stock market is doing which stocks arc bringing the best returns what the prime rate is what the money market interest rate is what bonds arc bringing the best returns etc. But there's one investment business editors have completely overlooked. What is the rate of return on in- vestments in politicians? How safe is that type of in- vestment? The best I can figure around $350 million is being invested in politicians this year alone. Maybe more. Special interest groups called PACs have con- tributed $250 million to Congressional candidates w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

-rr Bartlett Bulldogs Host Liberty Hill The Bartlett Bulldogs host Liberty Hill this week in a showdown for second place in the district assuming that no one knocks off Thorndale in the next two weeks. Liberty Hill 2-1 in district play and 4-4 in season play is seen as the most likely opponent to challenge the Bulldogs in their bid for the playoffs Bartlett will be led of- fensively in the tussle by junior tailback Mike Smith who has chalked up 704 yards in HI carries so far this season for 6.4 yard average. Other Bulldog rushers and their totals Include Michael Bowser 203 yards on 41 carries Darritt Crathcrs 182 yards on 44 carries Sammy Joe Williams 142 yards on 27 carries Robert Williams 109 yards on 20 carries Greg Turner 90 yards on 46 carries and Andrew Cortcz 82 yards on 23 carries. Turner has hit on 18 of 55 attempted passes this year t for a 32 percent completion rate. He totals 303 yards passslng. Robert Williams has completed 4 of 13 passes for 57 yards. Texas is $2 billi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

5rr-tF--'7-4- r i- -' ' -"Z-- Page C Tribune-Progress Thursday October 28 1902 for i TWO WINNERS WILL RECEIVE ONE FULL SIDE OF BEEF EACH! E FAIR IFOOOIANB "SUPPORTS TEXAS YOUTH AGRICULTURE OC r o 4- Deniece Morrison of tho Thorndalo High School FFA exhibits thp grand champion steor purchased by Foodland for $4336 75 From loft Leigh BJ & Teresa Armstrong of Foodland &Miss Morrison That's right! We purchased the Grand Champion steer at the Rockdale Fair Youth Livestock Showand we're giving it away! You can become eligible to win one full side of this prize-winning heavy beef simply by registering for the drawing to be held Tuesday November 9 7:00 p.m. at Foodland in Lake Drive Shopping Center Taylor. There'll be two winners! Each winner will receive one full side of beef cut and wrapped at no charge. Register often! Fill-out a "Foodland Give-Away" card every time you visit Foodland in Taylor. There's no purchase required to register and you need not be present at the drawing t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

Holland Girl Named Choir Leader Tribune-Progress Thursday October 28 1982 Pnge7 The Central Texas Girls Choir sponsored by the of Mary Hardin Preparatory Music Pro- gram has elected officers for the 1982-83 year. President is Gaylc Mit- chell of Temple secretary is Montle Mllligan of Belton Librarians arc Allison Cum- mings and Elaine Casas of Temple. Section leaders arc Tina Garvcr Moffat soprano; Meredith Johnson Rogers second soprano; and Kcisha Grossman Holland alto. Scrapbook chairman is Paige Powell of Belton. The choir with 33 mem- bers is comprised of the concert choir the prepara- tory choir and "Reflections" an ensemble for 7th-12th grade members. Concerts planned for the fall semester include a "Hawaiian" presentation Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. at Burmont Nursing Home in Temple; the Miss UMHB Pageant in Shelton Theatre on the UMHB campus on Nov. 19 and at the First Christian Church in Temple on Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. Reflections will perform at Waco's Christmas in historic Ford House o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

. . - V y 4 f i J PagnB Tribune-Progress Thursday October 28 1982 c O OM i "' '". V ". BARTLETT BULLDOGS ; mmmmmmmmmmm. f n t- - .? . ) j" Ti..i nt ii v i-:s i lit r .v ' ur i'-Wi ' uiw timml i 'Afinn lae si.a.r v.aihi -. . -.jit Ai mraaF'&f-'.'VM j '" -. v3ar-fffir"iic3 . i : matx' wru&iibf .a votmoti e lmpl ub l wmuq .5sftirK v-.T .m-;r:.v;.iAfctf "B . " --. -.J- v TWWIB r -T .--" L MhiMM T'lPi.- v - " i . The 1982 Fighting Bulldogs VS. LIBERTY HILL FRIDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 29 BULLDOG FIELD ! jifj tIl r r Ar HBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPOOOOOPt BARTLETT BULLDOGS 1 082-83 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE VARSITY SEP. 3 SOMEHVILLE 8:00 SEP. 10 at ACADEMY 8:00 SEP. 17 at TROY 8:00 SEP. 24 ROGERS 8:00 OCT. 1 at LEXINGTON 7:30 OCT. 8 atTHORNDALE 7:30 OCT. 15 THRALL 7:30 OCT. 22 at FLORENCE 7:30 OCT. 20 LIBERTY HILL 7:30 NOV. 5 TSD 7:30 Denotes District 2(!AA games. Denotes Homecoming. SCOOCOOSOCOSG6CCC Scores Of Each Game BARTLETT 14 BARTLETT 6 BARTLETT 12 BARTLETT 7 BARTLETT 0 BARTLETT 6 BARTLE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday October 28 1982 Page 9 HHMHIHHHHIHIJIHBHi -' E9HH POSTKU WINNERS Named winners In fire prevention in a contest judged by Harriett teachers were. left to right front Lee Llndcmnnn 'first intermediatei Christiana C'nnnvn 'third intermediate'. Linda Ortiz 'fourth. Intermediate) back Scott Gllmore 'third junior highi Gilbert Rodriguez 'third junior high'. .Sam Gilmore first junior'nlgh . Toni Brink i second junior high and Shawna Schneider ' fourth junior high HOLLAND PERSONALS Mrs. Lcssic Wclgc and Idaho during the weekend Kathryn Hcgar of Dallas and and also attended the Swift Shirley Sparks of Monticcllo and Mathlcson wedding. Georgia visited in Boise. Hunters-Travelers Special Accident Insurance v. SHORT TERM AVAILABLE see Saage & Associates inc. Bartlett Texas 119 N. Evie-527-3337 First Federal Savings INSURED MONEY MAKERS 6 MONTH CERTIFICATE . 8.972 $10000 minimum deposit 3 MONTH CERTIFICATE r 8.031 ) $7500 minimum deposit Good thru Nov. 1 All account...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

M S Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 28 1982 Looking Back By James Pcrsky The following Interesting "news" was found in the October 28 1921 issue of The Bartlctt Tribune under the title "Methodist Notes.": "The pastor visited the school at Goodeville last Tuesday during the noon hour and some rare things. A commodious building has been erected on the hill just across the road from the W. J. Henry residence. The building includes two large well lighted and well equip ped rooms as well as closets clothing halls and coal bins. The building is arranged for modern heating. John Henry Cliff Holding and Mrs. Fischer the trustees have ideas about a rural school and arc carrying them out. Mr. Henry had just distribu- ted n big box of base boll equipment including four bats four balls gloves mlts masks etc. and the boys were showing that they knew exactly what to do with each article. The teachers Miss Frankie Dooley principal for the second year and Miss Robblns have probably had a ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

-TRIBWE-PROGRESS- Tribune-Progress Thursday October 28 1982 Page 11 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per od. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 the Tribune Progress will not be responsible (or more than one in correct insertion w I I LJiJi I J J I mrk ft! I Li r"'' Pi P I I I Bf - ; f- U 1 I P I HHH " 'kkkH I I I ka 1 kT I 1 HMk. " '"' HHHHHHHHHHIHMlHIIMHIHHHNHRiilHIBir1 vi-aBBBH "w i .. -.- . . ... i FOR SALE - Two bedroom Mobile home on lot in Bart- lett. 527-4241. 10-28 pd. CAIU'ETbyLEES Antron-Rcgular $24yd.f SALE $19yd. installed over 910" pad. Nylon carpets regular $15yd.. Sale $10.95yd. installed over 9 10" pad. ISELICEK FLOORS 501W.2nd-.152-r81l Taylor Texas 10-20-82-chg. V For Sale: Commercial lot on 1 Hwy. 95. Owner financing. i Academy Ileal Estate 'Charles Uielss 527-4270. tfc Will Do Custom Seed Drilling Milton Sturm 527-3913 Dartlet) GOOD HOME COOKING City Cafe 527-4637 6 AM-9 PAA: DAILY SA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

wmmm9mmmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmm """iVr "'''" Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 20 19(12 K K Bartlett Dairy Queen Specials Hamburgers 5 for $6 5 to 9 pm Most Tacts' About Bats Aren't True Says Magazine THURSDAY ONLY 3 Tacos $125 SUNDAY ONLY: Double Burger $2 00 Come by Halloween Day-Sunday Free Candy For The Kids. Our staff will be "dressed up" for the day! a zXz K Jfc M J If you're one of those many people who believe that bats- thc flying mammals associa- ted with witches and Halloween-are rabid filthy ag- gressive animals that can infect humans with tuber- culosis and other diseases you're mistaken. Those are among the myths that make the bat one of the world's most misun- derstood animals according to the current issue of Wildlife magazine. The fact is bats deserve to be known as intelligent gentle and entertaining animals with an enormous appetite for insects. They pose little health risk to man. Ignorance and sensational media coverage continue to fuel the myths but if you're i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

mmmmmmmmmmm TRIBUNE PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Ilnrtletl Texas 70511 Thursday November I I!)S2 VOLUME !)7 NUMBER IS 817-527-1 121 FIFTEEN CENTS Veterans Day Program "Avenue Of Flags" Wilson Franz Commander of the American Legion Post in 183 Bartlett reports that !le program planned for Thursday. Nov 11th at 8:30 a.m at the American Legion Home will be the program of the year that you do not want to miss. Please note the time is 8:30 a.m." The Legion will-honor deceased veterans of this and surrounding area. The American Legion roll call of deceased veterans will be read The program will consist of the raising of the Ameri- can Flag and the dedication of the 'Avenue of Flags." The list of the Flags given in memory and honor of a deceased veteran will be read Also to be read will be the ones that contributed to the flag pole fund and in memory of whom." The Bartlett jligh School Band will be piint to help assist with the program. The student boyd will also be present. Rev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

Pngc 2 Tribune Progress Thursday November 4 l')8J k9 m I -..J5BY FOR RELEASE WEEK OK NOVEMBER 8 1982 Happy birthday greetings to handsome stalwarts of the screen Pat O Brien Richard Burton and Brian Keith. $ Aries Mar. 21 Apr. 19 Maris Don't be quiet about your diet. Could bo it's not what's eating you but what you're eating that's causing you discomfort. See the doctor. On the job oxpoct boss to make an announcement. f( Taurus Apr. 20 May 20 Venus Change is in store all around you. Bo prepared to liavo to accept a few adjustments at homo and on tho job. Mako the best of the chances to shako outworn at- titudes and adopt a few new ones. ffi Gemini May 21 There you go again. Just when you've nearby porsuad- cd the doubters that you can stick to a position you'vo changed your mind. It was the right thing to do. but now you nave to show thorn why State your case fg Cancer June 21 -July 22 Moon That promiso of n new person in your life is close to be- ing fulfilled. Signs indicate you'l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

PPPWWUPIPPJ m9mmmmimmmmBmm3.mwjumiuMti Mi'ili nwiJiy'ii. niy pnpinnTaww . HOLLAND Tribune-Progress Sports Thursday November 4. 19112. Page 3 HORNETS Hornets Host Iola Bulldogs LEADING KUSHEIl- Darren Stroud 3i goes for another big gain in action against Milano last week Stroud led rushing for the game with 188 yards and has a total of 748 yards for the season Stroud is a junior Coach Jerry Decker's Holland Hornets riding a three game win streak would like nothing better than to extend it to four and close the season with a win this Friday when they host the Iola Bulldogs in a 7:30 p.m. contest. The Hornets have chalked up 00 points in the last three contests while holding two of those opponents scoreless. The Iola Bulldogs are in their first year of varsity football and have done well putting together a 4-4-1 record and 3-2-1 district record so far. In fact the Dogs have played tough at times bat- tling Burton to a 0-0 tic and losing to Hutto by only one point 9-8. On the other hand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress. Thursday November 4 1982 TRIBUNE PROGRESS Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Jolinsongrass fiirni on (he San Gnbriel River lakes a sidelong look at the nuclear situation (his week.) Dear editor: According to the people who're in favor of a nuclear freeze Hussia and the United States each has enough nuclear missiles to destroy the other therefore why build any more9 As I understand it that's true on paper Russia has its missiles in place and aimed at every major target in the United States and the United States has its aimed at every Russian target Both have reached the point in civilization where each can wipe the other out in a moment's notice But there's a slight flaw in this How docs anybody know n missile will hit where it's aimed when its target is half- way around the world9 You've seen TV shots of a new weapon being tried out. It's supposed to emerge from a submarine and hit a flying target Sometimes it hits b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

t Bulldogs Drop Liberty Hill A strong first half effort gave the Bartlett Bulldogs a 21-8 win over Liberty Hill to set the stage for a Bulldog showdown with the Texas School for the Deaf this Friday In a game to decide the second place finisher In District 26AA. Greg Turner led the offense with 4 complete passes In 11 attempts for 94 yards. Fullback Darrttt Crathere ran for 08 yards in 6 carries MOVING Ol'T Michael Smith left takes Hit hantinff Greg Turner dunnp Fridav night football actum at Bulldog yards rushing for the season SAVE $or UPTOOO ON GOLD -- ARTCARVED H.S. CLASSWGS YOUR CHOICE OF CUSTOM FEATURES FREE! Bring in this ad to get super savings on your ArtCarved gold Class ring Every ring is backed by the ArtCarved Full Lletime Warranty This oiler expires Novembor 30 1082 and is to be used only (or the purchoso ol ArtCarved Class Rings XftS" 1RTG1RVED 817-527-3611 c 1M2 AMCaivad Clan nmgiiinc First Federal Savings 6 MONTH CERTIFICATE SI 0000 minimum deposit 3 MONTH CERTIFICA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

i .. Page 0 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 4 10112 mmmmmMMm Lake Drive Shopping Center Taylor d JS9? r : REGISTER FREE for the I J tJL. TWO LUCKY WINNERS WILL RECEIVE ONE FULL SIDE OF BEEF EACH!! That's right! We purchased the Grand Champion steer at the Rockdale Fair Youth Livestock Show--and we're giving it away! You can become eligible to win one full side of this prize-winning heavy beef simply by registering for the drawing to be held Tuesday November 9 7:00 p.m. at Foodland in Lake Drive Shopping Center Taylor. There'll be two winners! Each winner will receive one full side of beef cut and wrapped at no charge. Register often! Fill-out a "Foodland Give-Away" card every time you visit Foodland in Taylor. There's no purchase required to register and you need not be present at the drawing to win. Registration closes 6:00 p.m.. November 9. 1982. All decisions are final! Winners if not present at drawing will be notified Foodland employees advertising agencies and their familie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

Tribune-Progress. Thursday November 4 1982 Page 7 st' VN. J8r k - rt- HBBiBWKt V ft? ''JrfB MiH. 4hRi . uH ' vBHHhs SiBlnrK wSISHhA. -' " Hk . Mp---1 JiHWSBBhnflRVBiHHBT i "MlKi. Hfrt itaL v ? - ft r & T.Tii j pWI" J Jr 7lB7 S ' lfcr 1 h--H - .K tb! nK 41 JLB vP lfc nK J wlt. U m3 t wWh --Ir-Mfr t 1Sb HHv 5vl Mpi WBlf JaRE!I HI E 4R- rV "' Jrr trMEUBkfcnM kyiF Hr P w5r irnMH l DE T B lH rfcWMH iH-r l - P ! ! 4 W ; .MB H . l HD rilfetoK. jv . wt. Ri fl ffr a'?TJ--i1 jjffl P BEjtaHt RtHi?f3RM-I ' flAfeJifv Ji n R H lHr BW K7$r "S. HJ'ttV'i? uFH Search On For Mrs. Texas Search on to rind Mrs. Texas IUKI: winner to represent state in anmial Mrs. America pafjeanfln l.as Vegas on national TV. The search is on to find Mrs. Texas 1983 the fairest married woman in the Lone Star State to represent Texas in the 7th Annual Mrs. America pageant next spring in Ins Vegas on syndicated national television. Rhonda McGeeney. n 30-year-old mother of two from Houston Our heal pumpchecklistcould be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

! Pago 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 4 1982 o B4 BARTLETT BULLDOGS ffiMfiMRryjSfjli jhBr JS23& ISH !& JmVMhI The 1982 Fighting Bulldogs VS. TEXAS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF OOS&0OCOOSGOC BARTLETT BULLDOGS 1982-8S FOOTBALL SCHEDULE VARSITY RANGERS - .t;s FRIDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 5 t BULLDOG FIELD 7:30 P.M SEP. 3 SEP. 10 SEP. 17 SEP. 21 OCT. 1 OCT. 8 OCT. 15 OCT. 22 OCT. 2!) NOV. 5 SOMERVILLE at ACADEMY at TROY ROGERS at LEXINGTON atTIIORNDALE THRALL at FLORENCE LIBERTY HILL TSD 8:00 8:00 8:00 8:00 Denotes District 2GAA games. Denotes Homecoming. aooooooooooooooooeooooooagoosoooooocooooco Scores Of Each Gome BARTLETT - BARTLETT BARTLETT BARTLETT BARTLETT BARTLETT BARTLETT BARTLETT BARTLETT SOMERVILLE ACADEMY TROY ROGERS 34 LEXINGTON 6 THORNDALE 34 THRALL 0 FLORENCE 7 LIBERTY HILL 8 SOSOOOSCOOGC jifmtL''.mi-r""n---Att'.t'.-i'.-.'.v.-.i.mT 198 Bartiett Bulldog Roster WhlteHliie NO. NA.MK II) 211 :v :i:t id 12 tl .'iti 02 rt i;c. 21 71 Cm 80 H. KH I IT. NT. CLASS POS Itoheit Wil...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

PPPPIPPiiPPWlPPlPllSlli Daugherty's Return From By Mrs. H.A. Dougherty Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Daughcrty of Bartlett have returned home after visiting their son and family Major and Mrs. Marcus Daughcrty and family In Columbia Maryland. Places of Interested they visited were In Lancaster Pennsylvania where they visited the Landis farm for three days . They stayed In a 200 year old cottage that has been pcrserved over the years. They drove thru the Amish farmlands which was used only by mule's and horses. The Daugherty's the farms were bca- utlful. The Amish people were dressed in drab clothing and rode In buggies. There wis no electricity there at all. They then stopped in "Bird-In-Hand Blue Ball and Intercourse Pennsylvania to shop in the old stores. They then drove to Strasbury where they had lunch and rode the 150 year old steam train down to Paradise Pennsylvania whicli took 45 minutes. They started back to Baltimore where they re- laxed In a warm room heated by a woodstovc. They att...

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