Robert B. Noll fell in love with flying as a farm boy.
“I watched the airplanes,” the 88-year-old Lancaster man said. “Barnstormers were doing fancy stunts.”
Joining them in the skies must have seemed as far-fetched as a cow jumping over the moon.
But after World War II, Noll learned to fly and bought a 1935 J3 Piper Cub, then joined the Pennsylvania chapter of International Flying Farmers.
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