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Good Morning Nanty Glo!
    Saturday, July 17 2004
Photo of the week
This week's photo by Judy Rose

Prime real estate... "Immergrün" (German for "Evergreen"), the Charles Schwab Mansion in Loretto, once the home of the first president of U.S. Steel and the founder of Bethlehem Steel, is now a Catholic Seminary. The breathtakingly beautiful Sunken Gardens below the mansion are pruned and tended to perfection and are only a small segment of the vast estate. In this instance, one picture is not worth a thousand words...and watch for "The rest of the story" next week.

Mystery Person
of the Week

"Who Am I?..."

________________________________

  By Judy Rose


Who am I?

Hints:

1. Graduate of: Nanty Glo
   High School
2. Year: 1944
3. Nickname: "Gogs"
4. Caption from yearbook: "Unassuming;
    quiet; a woman-hater"

 UPDATE: Last week's mystery person
   was James "Jim" Lambing. Jim Lambing
   resides in Mundys Corner.

History Tidbits
for the week

from the NTAMHS
2004 Historical Calendar

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July 19 1945: John Letizia opens a grocery store at foot of Sugar Hill.

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July 20 1943: Nanty Glo Journal costs 5 cents; loaf of bread, 17 cents.

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July 21 1949: Fisher's Frozen Custard opposite Family Drive-in offers curb service.

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July 22 1943: Refrigerator starts fire at Shoemaker's Tavern, the former Blue Bird Inn.

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July 23 1942: Nanty Glo Chapter, Women of Moose instituted.

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July 24 1952: Cambria and Indiana Railroad offers to sell all ten double company houses.

Bible Trivia Answer (from Thursday's page): Which of the following is not on the apostle Paul's list of things to think about? a. Whatever is true b. Whatever is pure c. Whatever is lovely d. Whatever is pleasing.

First grade proverbs...
endings to well known proverbs that a teacher gave to her six-year-olds

A miss is as good as a...Mr.
You can't teach an old dog new...math.
If you lie down with dogs, you'll...stink in the morning.
Love all, trust...me.

Sent by Trudy Myers 

Thought for today

We are all just crash dummies on the information highway.

— Steve Worona 

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