Thursday, September 18, 2014
From the diary of Mrs. Elizabeth Oldham of Moxham
Thursday - September 18, 1947
I cleaned some in the bed room and washed the curtains and took them up to Alice to stretch.
There Betty J. and I was in town to get Betty J. working papers.
Then we come home and Betty J. and I got a lunch and went down to the Derry Dill and Betty J. got a job of working at the dell. Boy am I about all in.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Here are the officers and administrators of Johnstown Lodge 1614, Order of the Sons of Italy in 1937, just six years after the group was founded.
Left to right - front row: Joseph Mancusa, Angelo Falva, Samuel Marracco, Joseph Grande and Nunzio Caeti.
Second Row: John DiMiglia, Sam Cannarella, Nina Alfredo, Peter Grassi, James Patanella and Philip Ciraula.
Back Row: Joseph Barbera, Tony Cascalda, Joseph Di Bartolo, Joseph Nicandro and Thomas Angelucci.
It was just a few years after this picture was taken that the fast-growing lodge purchased its present home on Baumer Street.
Posted by Laurel Hill at 4:36 AM
The Johnstown Tribune - September 17, 1943
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