Some Luck Symbols & Objects

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Osage-Orange Hedge

A robust Osage-orange hedge grew behind the barn on the Langdon farm. It was as strong as a fence and kept the animals contained without having to build a fence with barbed wire. The hedge was always a part of the farm and something Walter wanted to chop down because of its thorns, but it did the job – kept the animals in.

Farmall Tractor

Walter noticed that a neighbor bought a small Farmall tractor. It had been loaned to another farmer, Roland, to try out for a week. Walter was amazed at how fast the neighbor was able to plow his fields compared to the horse and plow that he used. Walter was impressed with the tractor. He had a larger farm that Roland yet Roland planted much more corn. Walter probably felt a little “tractor” envy.

REO Flying Cloud

Frank’s wealthy college friend...

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