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Monday, October 20, 2014

Famous Indian Mound



VJ Repeat - Grandview Cemetery as viewed from the Famous Indian Mound

Save at Lantos


VJ Repeat - Lantos Cut Rate Drug Store - Corner of Main and Franklin

October 20, 1943: GERMANS RETREAT IN ITALY


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The Johnstown Tribune - October 20, 1943
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October 20, 1947: Diary of a Johnstown Housewife


From the diary of Mrs. Elizabeth Oldham of Moxham
Monday - October 20, 1947
I washed this morning and the clothes dried nice. 
Then I did not do much of any thing this after noon.
I don't feel very good.
Sara & Hite and Sara's sister was here a while this evening.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Nathan's



VJ Repeat - Nathan's Department Store - Downtown Johnstown

If you are "Inclined"


VJ Repeat - If you are Inclined - have a Pepsi - behind the train station.

October 19, 1947: Diary of a Johnstown Housewife


From the diary of Mrs. Elizabeth Oldham of Moxham
Sunday - October 19, 1947
Fae took Ellie, George and Ida & I down over the mountain to see Rachel and Noah and family.
We ate dinner with them. Rachel had a good dinner. She had chicken, mashed potatoes, slaw and a lot of good eats.
Then we come back up to Georges and then Clifford brought us in home.
Harriet & Bill was along.
Rachel gave me a nice white rooster and we injoyed the fall scenery of lovely colors of leaves.


October 19, 1943: HULL, EDEN MEET MOLOTOV


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The Johnstown Tribune - October 19, 1943
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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Bunny Bread


Let's all hop down to the store for a loaf of Bunny Bread.

Union Street School


The Union Street School was constructed in 1881. It was located at Union and Lincoln Streets and served as a high school until 1891 when it was changed over to an elementary school. It continued being used as a school until 1961 before it was finally torn down a few years later.

October 18, 1943: RED ARMY CRACKS GERMAN LINES


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The Johnstown Tribune - October 18, 1943
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October 18, 1947: Diary of a Johnstown Housewife


From the diary of Mrs. Elizabeth Oldham of Moxham
Saturday - October 18, 1947
Clifford and Billy went for bees this morning and took me out to George's. Then Fae took Ida & I up to visit Naoma Irwin. Then we come back to Ellies and she had supper ready.
Lois & Frank and the kids was there.
Ellie & Fae and Bobbie was out to Blanches. She gave Ida & I each some feed sacks for dresses.