As reported July 10, 1974, in The Evening Sun:
Bill and Debbie Naugle celebrated their first wedding anniversary last week sightseeing in Columbia.
The young couple came down from Harrisburg for their vacation, lolling about the pool at the Cross Keys Inn, checking out art exhibits and concerts and generally taking it easy.
A goodly number show up in Columbia out of curiosity or to visit or tour or possibly to look for a place to live, but, officials say, others like the Naugles, are treating the place as a vacation spot, and lately there has been movement in another area.
Sightseers have always come there during Columbia's seven years of development, but it has attracted an increasing number of honeymooners since the gasoline shortage began, as couples eschew more exotic places like the mountains and the seashore.
[Paul McCardell, Sun library researcher]