|Good Morning Nanty Glo!||
Advent - 28 days to Christmas Saturday, November 27 2004
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week's photo by Judy Rose
up!... I promised a picture of the crystal mugs the Historical Society has
for sale, and here they are in brilliant living color. The mugs are available
in clear (not shown), blue, and green.The mugs will be etched with the official
NTAMHS logo which depicts mining, lumbering, and farming as hallmarks of the Valley's
history. The shipping costs have been calculated to be $5 priority mail anywhere
within the con-tinental United States. The etchings on all the mugs will be done
by Generations Glass Etching of Mundys Corner. Total cost of a single mug is $15
and can be ordered by sending payment to: Nant-Y-Glo Tri-Area Museum and Historical
Society, 942 Roberts Street, Nanty Glo, Pa. 15943.
of the Week
Who am I?
1. Graduate of: Nanty Glo High School
3. Nickname: "Bill"
4. Caption from yearbook: Blond, wavy
known to his classmates as a
persistant debater; prefers
5. Favorite quote: ***
UPDATE: Last week's mystery
Patrick "Turtle" Gates.
from the NTAMHS
2004 Historical Calendar
29 1934: Levinson store opens in new location, now the Book Building.
1 1952: Smithmyer Service Station and Restaurant in Cresson purchased for
2 1952: Lloyd McMullen candidate for international union post.
2 1942: Sugar 3 lbs. for 18 cents; Pillsbury Flour 5 lbs. for 25 cents.
4 1952: Slab bacon 29 cents per lb.; butter 69 cents per lb at Penn Way Market.
to Bible Trivia
"Golgotha," the site of Jesus'crucifixion, means
the place of the skull.
of our times
a fence: "Salesmen welcome! Dog food is expensive."
Sent by Trudy Myers
If you judge people, you have no time to love them.
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