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Dear Fans and Fellow Members,

Tel. -Off. 803-537-3812 Res. 803-537-7552 P. 0. Box 71 29520

If you want to visit a combination of antique steam, gas, kerosene, man, mule, dog, and water powered equipment operating within and including thousands and thousands and thousands of cultivated blooming flowers, we have it, and in April we show more of it than any place in the world.

Shingle mill, saw mill, molasses mill, corn mill, cider mill, grape mill, bone mill, up and down water powered saw mill (under construction), wood splitter, mule powered hay baler, dog powered churn, country store, free parking, home sock knitter, blacksmith shop, new flush toilets. Three motels and restaurants within two miles.

We enjoy your steam-ups and gas-ups from Florida to the Great Lakes and feel that you will likewise enjoy our unique and diversified three-day program.

FRI- SAT - SUN, April 10-11-12, 1970;

On which days we will have in addition to the above; lubricated steam tables, old cars, flea market (ten dealers from two states), food, soap making, free rides for kids of all ages, and trailer parking for participants. No hook ups this year.

Please participate in creating an oasis in an area that heretofore has been without the fun and fellowship provided by steam, gas, etc., associations.

The large engine on the left is a 3 hp. York owned by John Ritter, Jr., of Boiling Springs, Pa. Shown with it, is a ? hp. Charles Taylor engine made in 1908. This is a very rare engine. The York engine was made by the Flinchbaugh Mfg. Co., York, Pa. in 1914. These are very nicely restored with the painting and striping done by Mrs. Mary Ritter.

BOMAR WATER GARDENS is considered 'The Flower Power in Dixie.'

Two miles of floral pathways, 22 acres and ? mile (end to end) of steam, gas, mule, water, and man powered, equipment, and collection, began prior to Pearl Harbor in 1941.


Annual membership $2.00; others $1.00 per day over 12, includes Gardens. Entrance only six blocks from Intersection of U.S. Hwy. 1 & 52, in Cheraw.

Bring your models, your engines, and/or your fellowship.

Enquiries promptly answered by Robert Rogers.