DAIRY BAR & RESTAURANT
Routes 413 & 532
Just North of Newtown
In Historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Delicious Pies Made Fresh Daily
In Our Own Modern Kitchen
WE MAKE OUR OWN ICE CREAM
They’re grey. The pies are grey.
Telephone, Table Model TV and Floor Model Ashtray
GUS GENETTI, INC.
Hotel and Motel of Distinction
Famous for Food
One Mile North of Hazleton on Route 309
HOLIDAY INN of BRADFORD, PENNSYLVANIA
One kid at the pool. Hopping place.
The mascot, mayor and favorite muppet at Kennywood is Kenny Kangaroo. His antics delight the little tots and amuse the big folks.
BROOK TROUT: STATE FISH
WILLIAM PENN MEMORIAL MUSEUM
Hall of Natural Science and Ecology: Brook Trout. The Brook Trout is native to Pennsylvania and has been selected as its state fish. Fishing for the Brook Trout is enjoyed by many anglers who regard it as one of the finest game fish.
BED SPREAD ALERT
Chenilles. Two of ‘em. Matching.
HOME RANCH MOTEL
On U.S. 230 By-pass — 1/2 Mile North of the Penna. Turnpike (Harrisburg East Interchange. 2-1/2 Miles East of Harrisburg, Pa.
“Air-Conditioned” — Wall to Wall Carpeting — Television — Thermostatic Heat.
Mailing Address: R.D. #1, Middletown, Penna.
YOU’RE NOT LEAVING THIS TABLE TILL YOU’VE CLEANED YOUR PLATES!
HAAG’S HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
(Haag’s Family Style Pennsylvania Dutch Dinner)
Shartlesville (Center of Town), Pennsylvania, 45 miles East of Harrisburg. Leave U.S. 22 (Interstate 78) at Shartlesville Exit.
If you feel that qualified new people are needed in our elected offices, then I would ask for your consideration and support on election day, Tuesday, November 4, 1980.
Lawrence and Mercer Counties
It’s actually signed by Dan.
This is outside the period I designate for BAD POSTCARDS (1950 to 1975), but I couldn’t resist.
Here’s wishing that the voting process is as easy as it can possibly be for you tomorrow, not only in states affected by Hurricane Sandy, but in those infected with suppression schemes.
More of these to come tonight and tomorrow.
Dear Fellow Pennsylvanian,
Ray Shafer is the ONLY candidate for Governor with experience on the job. As Lt. Governor, he has been Governor Scranton’s strong right arm in building a better Pennsylvania…and will carry on this progress without let-up when elected.
Quite a man, Ray Shafer…and he’ll make quite a Governor. Vote for Ray Shafer for Governor on Tuesday, November 8th.
FLIP! FLIP! Love it! Next: Governor Flip? President Flip?
This scene could be in the opening credits of their TV show.
GIFFORD PINCHOT STATE PARK, PENNSYLVANIA
GIFFORD PINCHOT STATE PARK, located in northern York County, is a modern park with landscaped beaches and picnic facilities.
…with women in swimwear guarding the entrance sign.
BEAR LUV BARE
Giant Kodiak Bear taken by W. M. Hollinger, accompanied by son Franklin, at Kodiak Island, Alaska. One of the largest bears ever seen by man. Approximate weight 1500 pounds. On exhibit at the Blue Mountain Hotel, Harrisburg, Pa.
VALLEY OF DEATH
A view of the Gettysburg Battlefield, showing Little Round Top in the distance. This area was the scene of some of the most bitter fighting encountered during the famous battle.
The friendly Jack-in-the-box is a constant delight to children of all ages at STORY BOOK FOREST on U.S. Route 30 near Ligonier, Pa.
Friendly? Constant delight? I’d guess it scared the crap out of many.
REMAINS OF SOUTH FORK DAM…
…whose unleashed waters struck Johnstown, Pennsylvania, with the force of an atom bomb on May 31, 1889.
Two double-headed arrows with measurements are all that remain.
The railroad running through the breast of the dam now travels the route of the great flood. The railroad drops 400 feet in the 12 mile distance to Johnstown, Pa. Rushing down this swift descent, the water from the broken dam flattened buildings and bridges and took over 2200 lives, resulting in one of the greatest disasters in U. S. history.
EAR OF CORN FORMATION
Famous Crystal Cave Pennsylvania
This great Natural Underground Wonder, discovered 1871, is located a short distance off U.S. 222 between Allentown and Reading or via U.S. 22
Visited by thousands of persons annually. Trained Guides. Beautiful illumination. Picnic Park.