HAGERSTOWN (AP) -- Clara Lapole loves her sister but in three decades has rarely bought her a holiday greeting card.
Instead, she sends her sister one of two faded, creased cards the two have been exchanging since the Eisenhower administration.
This year marks the 30th year of the sisters' card swap.
"It's looking badly used. There are creases in it," Ms. Lapole, 71, said yesterday about one of the cards that shows snow-covered mailboxes decorated for the holidays. "I will have to put Scotch tape on it to mail it back.
The other card received by her sister, Pearl Peterson, 75, of Westminster, Colo., pictures a holiday wreath adorning a front door.