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M-Lancnter Fanning, Saturday, July 3,1993
How the years do roll by! It is a
long time ago since I celebrated
July 4th by playing with a toy gun
and using sparklers at night. When
it was quite late and dark, we
children sat on our balcony and
could watch the fireworks at Lititz
about eight miles away.
And, when your own children
reach 40 years of age, you know
that you must be quite a bit older.
Although, as long as a younger
one is still in her twenties, you can
still feel sprightly. One minute
everything is okay and the next
minute it might not be. That is
what happened to me.
I was on my way down a slope
to pick hull peas when my knee
developed a problem a big
problem. My husband was nearby
and said he’d get the wheelbarrow
to get me to the car. Now wouldn’t
that have been a sight! Instead, I
asked him to hunt for some crutch-
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es on the attic but all that he could
find was two canes. They worked
After many, many X-rays it was
decided that I would probably heal
with some physical therapy. So
now I have exercises to do every
My daughter drove from New
Jersey with her young son to help
do the work one weekend. She
picked and froze a lot of peas and
strawberries. I had already picked
more than 100 boxes by myself.
At least I could sit and prepare
them for freezing.
When our grandsOn, who is
almost two years old, was sent to
the bathroom for a Kleenex, he
brought instead some toilet paper.
But horrors, it was still attached to
the roll and had stretched the
length of the house plus some.
That gave me a good laugh.
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HOME (Indiana Co.) The
Indiana-Armstrong Dairy Princess
Pageant was held June 11 at Rock
y Glen. Todd Marino from Indiana
radio station WDAD was master
Anna Calhoun, daughter of Bill
and Betty Calhoun from Dayton
was chosen Indiana-Armstrong
Dairy Princess. Anna is a student
at Dayton Jr.-Sr. High School.
Nancy Trimble, daughter of
Thomas and Faye Trimble, India
Indiana-Armstrong Dairy Princess Anna Calhoun, right, and Alternate Nancy
Trimble have plenty of help promoting dairy products with the dairy maids and ambas
sadors, standing from left: Timothy Beatty, Jennifer McMlllen, Annah Neal, Erin
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na RD#3, was chosen alternate
Dairy Princess. Nancy is attending
Judges for the pageant were
Vonda Minner from Mercer
County, Paul Winklosky from
Westmoreland County, and Char
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and ambassadors: Timothy Beat
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Cindy Hartman, Colleen Ishman,
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Alyssa Kensinger, Erin Leach,
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and Tammy Trimble, The boys
and girls will work with the Dairy
Princess and Alternate Princess in
doing promotions of the dairy
industry in Indiana-Armstrong
An ice cream social followed
the pageant The next big promo
tion will be held July 24 when a
large ice cream sundae will be
built at Indiana Mall.