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Good Morning Nanty Glo!
    Saturday, January 3 2004
Photo of the week
This week's photo submitted by Judy Rose

A popular tradition not only here in Home Page country but other places as well is the sharing of youngsters' photographs either as gifts or as inserts in holiday cards sent to friends and family. This picture of five year-old Tara Nicole Farabaugh, daughter of Nanty Glo's Al Farabaugh, is a lovely example of the many attractive children who call the Blacklick Valley home.

Mystery Person
of the Week

"Who Am I?..."
  By Judy Rose

Who Am I?


 1. Graduate of: Nanty Glo High School
 2. Year: 1954
 3. Nickname: "Don"
 4. Caption from yearbook: Likes to
    flirt...enjoys contradicting Mr.
    Creany...his dream in life is to work
    for the Metropolitan Life Insurance
     Company...always has a wise answer.
 5. Favorite quote: "***"


History Tidbits
for the week
from the NTAMHS
2004 Historical Calendar


January 4 1962: Cambria County Bookmobile makes forst visit to
Nanty Glo.

January 5 1928: Hughes Mine in
Big Bend being dismantled.

January 8 1936: Philip LaMantia & Brother quit produce business after
26 years.

January 9 1944: Donofsky's going
out of business in Nanty Glo.

January 10 1971: Train derails
behind Sybert's Feed Mill. Hits
home of Jose Nolasco. No one injured.


The first bumper stickers appeared in America in the 1950s. Originally, they weren't "stickers," but were attached by small wires twisted around bumpers (used for advertising). Here's what we think is the best collection of bumper sticker sentiments on the web (two daily, as long as they last).

I don't do perky.

I used to be indecisive. Now I'm not sure.

—Sent by Mary Ann Losiewcz 

Thought for today

While troubles will come, they are always temporary nothing lasts forever. Thus, there is the famous legend that King Solomon, the wisest man of all times, had a ring inscribed with the words, "This too shall pass."

Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan 

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