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about 200,000 people, mostly rural
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in Washingtonville – a small town of central PA. farmers, who practice animism and like U.S. office staff wages, accounting and
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or even looking for a teaching position in a University
Mission Trip To Asia P.2 Mervin Kuepfer
much different than it did in the beginning.
or even looking for a teaching position in a University Nevin Beiler Julene Bender I believe this trip to Asia and taking up secretary Vernon Seibel In the first years, we were focused on language learn-
James and Delores Stutzman close to the WL area. The purpose of each of these
Bob Miller Ontario, Canada
Praise Staff & Board Members P.3
General News from Laos duties for GTO was divinely arranged! Having a ing, research and platforms for staying in this country. opportunities would be to be able to work closely with Norma and Mervin are both Canadians and
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ing, research and platforms for staying in this country. opportunities would be to be able to work closely with can’t escape the feeling that God is up to live in rural Mifflinburg, which is a 30 minute mental picture of the GTO Center in Thailand and rlene and I have been married 32 years has served onusing that plat-
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and are blessed with four children. Darren its to WL villages.
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the Father’s hand working.
minister in the Mid West Fellowship serving
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girls could experience a lifeBEFORE it was time to rise and shine!
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their sionary is usually
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is doing years.
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and finite resources it can be easy to crimp expecta- tionist at Mountain View Nursing Home (Aroda, VA).
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mental picture of the GTO Center in Thailand and

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much different than it did in the beginning. In the first years, we were focused on language learn- close to the WL area. The purpose of each of these Ontario, Canada
turnover on our team. Our work also looks
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ancestor worship. In the past years there


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as a platform for sharing the Message. This could be
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farmers, who practice animism and
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Sam Stoltzfus, a seasoned mechanic with years of machinery maintenance
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MD 21601 34”D 34”D 34”D 32”D 32”D 32”D 32”D 30”D 30”D 34”D 34”D 34”D 34”D 34”D 32”D 32”D 32”D 32”D 30”D 30”D 34”D 34”D
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NAME: ___________________________________________________________
NAME: ___________________________________________________________ ORDER DATE:
410-770-3372 ________________________
ORDER DATE: ________________________ 88.00 198.00 91.00 129.00 117.00 262.00 167.00 178.00 109.00 122.00 122.00 138.00 Price 76.00 172.00 79.00 112.00 102.00 228.00 145.00 155.00 95.00 106.00 106.00 117.00
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ADDRESS:________________________________________________________
NAME: 410-770-3372
sales@thebackyardcollections.com
___________________________________________________________ DELIVERY DELIVERY
DATE:______________________
ORDER DATE: ________________________
ADDRESS:________________________________________________________ DATE:______________________ Plain Headboards
410-770-3372 Total Pcs. Ordered

CITY,NAME: ___________________________________________________________
STATE, ZIP:__________________________________________________
ADDRESS:________________________________________________________
CITY, STATE, ZIP:__________________________________________________
ORDER DATE: ________________________
SALESPERSON:_______________________
DELIVERY DATE:______________________
SALESPERSON:_______________________
81.00 186.00 85.00 123.00 112.00 251.00 157.00 168.00 98.00 112.00 112.00 125.00 Price 71.00 162.00 74.00 107.00 97.00 218.00 137.00 147.00 87.00 98.00 98.00 109.00
NAME: ___________________________________________________________ ORDER DATE: ________________________ TOTal

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EMAIL:_______________________________________ lighthouse
ADDRESS:________________________________________________________ DELIVERY DATE:______________________
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HOME PH:_____________________ PRICE AMOUNT
129 Toddy Drive
SALESPERSON:_______________________
CELL PH:____________________ EMAIL:_______________________________________
1 Mile East of Blue Ball Hummingbird
QUANTITY QUANTITY
CITY, STATE, DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION
ZIP:__________________________________________________ PRICE PRICE AMOUNT
East Earl, Pa 17519
SALESPERSON:_______________________ AMOUNT On Route 23 Total Pcs. Ordered
HOME PH:_____________________ CELL PH:____________________ EMAIL:_______________________________________ 96.00 214.00 99.00 137.00 125.00 278.00 177.00 189.00 120.00 132.00 132.00 145.00 Price 83.00 186.00 86.00 119.00 109.00 242.00 154.00 164.00 104.00 115.00 115.00 126.00
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99.00 219.00 103.00 140.00 129.00 283.00 190.00 201.00 132.00 145.00 145.00 158.00 Price 86.00 190.00 89.00 122.00 112.00 246.00 165.00 175.00 115.00 126.00 126.00 137.00
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Gliding Ottoman 61.00 53.00 #1 a-Frame 75H/120W/57D 97.00 85.00
TABleS Canopy 51Dx86W 147.00 127.00
Appt. Time: 2’ Tier End Table 20” High 39.00 34.00 lag Swing Bearings 1.00
2’ End Table 20” High 33.00 29.00 Swing Springs 4.00
944 West Penn Ave., Robesonia, PA 19551 Crew: 2’ End Table 16” High 33.00 29.00 Swing Chain Hardware (can be purchased separately) 19.00
Phone: (610) 693-5370 Table for Glider Settee 23H/18W/24D 51.00 44.00 lOUNgeS
Fax: (610) 693-5371 Sales Rep: ADIRONDACK FANBACK Sun lounge 46H/82W/33D 119.00 104.00
www.luvmycarpet.com Source: Swivel Glider 135.00 118.00 Rollback lounge 46H/82W/33D 130.00 114.00
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Door Color 4’ Swing 28H/52W/30D 109.00 96.00 heADBOARDS

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Double Glider 47H/51W/31D 167.00 147.00 Plain 2’ 9.00 8.00
Trim Trim Shutters Shutters Roof Roof
Builiding Color Siding Door Color Chair 47H/29W/31D 78.00 68.00 4’ 10.00 9.00
Double Chair 124.00 108.00 5’ 11.00 10.00
Building Color
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Siding
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Roof
Door Color ADIRONDACK
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Heart 2’ 16.00 14.00
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Builiding Color Shutters
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Address
Roof SUB TOTAL
SUB TOTAL
Folding Chair 38H/34W/36D 73.00 64.00 4’ 17.00 15.00
Quantity Discounts Prices 6+ 71.00 62.00 5’ 18.00 16.00
LoadTrim
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Shutters Drivers City
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Roof Half Turn State
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12+ 69.00 61.00 lighthouse 2’ 23.00 20.00
25+ 68.00 59.00 4’ 30.00 26.00
Phone Other Contact adirondack Chair 38H/34W/36D 75.00 66.00 5’ 31.00 27.00
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL TAX
TOTAL Double Chair 38H/57W/36D 113.00 98.00 Hummingbird 2’ 23.00 20.00
Directions SUB
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL Ottoman 15H/24W/20D 35.00 32.00 4’ 30.00 26.00
TAXTOTAL
DEPOSIT eNglISh gARDeN BeNCheS 5’ 31.00 27.00
DEPOSIT
TAXTAX 3’ Garden Storage 38H/40W/24D 133.00 116.00 Bear 2’ 27.00 23.00
TOTAL
BALANCE DUE
DEPOSIT 5’ Garden Storage 38H/64W/24D 164.00 143.00 4’ 41.00 37.00
BALANCE DUE Garden Chair 90.00 78.00 5’ 42.00 38.00
TOTAL
TOTAL
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DEPOSITBALANCE DUE
3’ Garden Bench 38H/40W/24D 102.00 89.00 Horse 2’ 27.00 23.00
5’ Garden Bench 38H/64W/24D 133.00 116.00 4’ 41.00 37.00
DEPOSIT
DEPOSIT DelUxe ARBORS 5’ 42.00 38.00
BALANCE DUE
Flat Top arbor 391.00 341.00 Moose 2’ 27.00 23.00
BALANCE
BALANCE DUE
DUE (base 46x78) w/floor kit) 88H/92W/55D 4’ 41.00 37.00
Flat Top arbor 340.00 295.00 5’ 42.00 38.00
(base 46x78 w/o floor kit) 88H/92W/55D Yellow Rose 2’ 27.00 23.00
3’ Round Top arbor Kit 187.00 162.00 4’ 41.00 37.00
(base 24x43) 95H/43W/28D 5’ 42.00 38.00
4’ Round Top arbor Kit 199.00 173.00 heART PlANTeR 22H/24W/7D 24.00 21.00
(base 28x55) 97H/55W/28D 6+ 23.00 20.00
Deluxe arbor Wings 52H/29W/4D 61.00 53.00 12+ 22.00 19.00
COUNTRy gARDeN ARBORS 25+ 21.00 18.00
3’ Round Top arbor 128.00 111.00 BUllDOzeR PlAy-SeT 1,625.00 1,450.00
Smorgasbord Representative Signature Customer Signature & Phone #
(base 24x43) 91H/43W/24D Tie Down Straps 25.00
4’ Round Top arbor 151.00 131.00 Catalogs 1 1.00
Terms Net 20 Past Due Invoices Subject to a Service Charge of 94H/55W/28D
(base 24x55) 1.5% Per Month. 50 32.00
arbor Wings (58/24) 48.00 42.00 100 56.00
C G Rose arbor 88H/96W/45D 292.00 252.00 Super Deck Golden Oak (per gal.) 24.00
arbor Floor 90.00 78.00
anchor Kits 11.00 Totals C
Dealer Master anchor Kits 18.00 Totals A
3’ gATe 91.00 79.00 Totals B
4’ Gate 102.00 89.00 Shipping ($25.00 Minimum)
5’ 6” Gate 123.00 107.00 Total
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