Below: My brother "Bud" began working for Fred and Edna Kuser back in 1940 doing odd jobs around the sprawling Kuser Farm. He became very proficient in operating Fred Kuser's 35 millimeter movie projectors and spent many summers with the Kusers up in Jackson, New Hampshire. When Bud entered the service in 1945, I and my best friend Don Slabicki took his place and we worked for the Kusers until the 1950's when we went into the service. My "little brother" Donnie and his best friend Ken Slabicki took over after we left. I have very pleasant memories of my time with the Kusers. Many of the readers of my hundreds of columns over the past 30 years will recall the many articles written about my years there. I have also presented numerous "on screen" multi media presentations in the Kuser dining room an projected them on Fritz's Cinemascope screen. When Fritz and Edna were leaving their beloved home, I presented them with a booklet I wrote entitled, "KUSER FARM; A JOY FOREVER." I still have the note I received from them expressing their gratitude. The above graphics are from my "KUSER FARM" AND "KUSER FAMILY" folders. I will be posting more in future posts. We made numerous visits to the Howe home in Pennington, and fondly recall how Fritz always referred to Edna Kuser's father as "Mayor," which he was for a number of years.