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NOSTALGIA and SMALL TOWNS
|Wisconsin’s RUBE GOLDBERG CONTEST, 2007, high school students.||Wells County Creative Arts Council’s Lamp Decorating Contest
and the CAC chair decorating contest
|Bluffton Polar Bear Dip Plunging into the New Year at the old Psi Ote ice-covered pond!||An Ellenberger Auction|
|Divine Luncheon of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood||New Harmony, Indiana, a must-visit town|
|Flushed With Pride Our Bluffton sewage plant open house and spectacular Christmas lights display||The annual James Dean car show|
|WOW!! Indiana’s Historic Radio Museum||including the novelty radios and accessories there|
|Ed Lepold’s Pearls and Gold Dust kustom Merc and
Ginny and Alfred Gregory’s Mercillac, The Crisco Kid or Praise the Lowered
|Humane Society woes, Friends of the Shelter triumph!
|Gene Stratton-Porter‘s Limberlost Swamp and Geneva, Indiana||Fairmount, Indiana|
|Suzanne Miller’s Remarkable Salad||Fine Dining at the RittenHouse|
many Ham Radio columns
|and the Wells County Amateur Radio Club
with our 1999 Ham Radio Field Day
|The Dutch Mill Fire with Bud Deihl’s photos
Our Bummies1950s drive-in
A poem by Phil Ziegler on the great 1950s.
|Bluffton High School Alumni||Southern Wells Alumni|
|Murray Indiana; it’s da bomb!|
|Melinda Gerber obituary||Herman Zepps|
|Historic Apron Show by the Creative Arts Council||Boys and Girls Club
Winchester Gun Show by Dale Krinn
|Druelinger family reunion typo corrected||Life in a small German city
(Lost page; I am seeking it)
Comments on Nostalgia pages
The city pages and the nostalgia pages have joined forces in Nostalgia, an e-magazine here. After all, living in small towns is nostalgic, for we have the life that all the city folk fondly remember. You can learn a great deal about Bluffton or see drive-in restaurants and car shows. Visit an auction or see a huge Winchester gun collection. Take side trips to James Dean’s Fairmount Indiana, Gene Stratton-Porter’s Geneva Indiana or the former Indiana Historical Radio Museum that was once in Ligonier. Enjoy.
For more small town atmosphere, visit Fairmount Indiana, boyhood home of James Dean, or find out about Gene Stratton-Porter and her Limberlost Swamp, in Adams County, Indiana. Also see the new pages on the Indiana Historic Radio Museum in Ligonier, Indiana.
Arnold’s 50s Drive-In Restaurant in Decatur, Indiana rocks and rolls! Arnold’s Drive-In raised $1,800 for Lydia Murray’s liver transplant! This is a darling restaurant with perky people, inside and outside dining and a most unusual neon sign. There is a new 70-seat 1960s room in the back of the restaurant now.
Wow, this is unique. A never-to-be-repeated benefit, a show of the most complete Winchester collection ever, along with Dale Krinn’s Civil War and Native American memorabilia. Did you know they used to use a buffalo bladder for a canteen? Worked very well. Live and learn, at Our Tentative Times journey through Dale Krinn’s Gun Show
After you read all my pages, visit the Official Bluffton Indiana website
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