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That summer, John sometimes walked into town. He hung out at Hoon’s Blacksmith Shop or wandered over to the railroad station. He liked to talk to Mr. Finley, the Stationmaster. Mr. Finley knew Morse code, and sometimes he tapped out messages on the telegraph. He also gave instructions to the trains as they passed through New Concord. Mr. Finley would put a message on a hoop attached to the end of a long pole. Without stopping, the train engineers grabbed the hoop as they roared by. “I bet you could do this, Bud,” Mr.

Mr. Glenn scratched his head and smiled. “I guess we are, a little bit. But if you follow the Bible and do what you should, then there’s not too much to fear. Hard work is important, too. Always work hard, whatever you do. ” “Sure, Bud. There wasn’t much here when they came to Ohio from Pennsylvania. They had to clear the land and start their farms. They had to help build the towns. But that was one of the things they loved about America—you had the freedom to set out for new places. Explore.

Steele paced back and forth in front of the room. He held a small rubber ball in his hand. He squeezed the ball as he paced, occasionally switching it from one hand to the other. “All right,” he finally said. S. Senate? ” John shot up his hand. S. S. Congress. ” “Good,” Mr. Steele said. ” John took a breath and went on. “The Senate, along with the House of Representatives, makes laws for the country. ” “Excellent, John. ” John did his best work in math and science, but he liked civics, too. Mr.

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