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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - February 6, 2016, Bedford, Pennsylvania
The Days of wringer washers lava lamps things change. Many things that we were awaiting in mid Winter never happened except Snow. People were hoping for the beloved Steeles to be in super bowl 50 this weekend but now we will watch Carolina and Denver. In addition the political talk in the United state has been changing since july and now has been Analysed and talked to death by newscaster and pundits. As the voting is about to begin people have tired of the candidates. Likewise the recent two foot snowstorm made Many people tired of this Winter. Most of us were trapped indoors or getting rid of Snow from driveways and sidewalks we All heard of the Many unfortunate people stranded in vehicles on the Turnpike for 30 or More hours. During that storm my Friend Fred forwarded me a fun email that contained words and sayings of things that have changed. Tim younger generation does not know of these things or words that we no longer use. One of the words was we older folks know weather today the that was a a Jmc diff eds car Bac in the 1950s Ana 1960s that Young Drivers would fix up and no. There Wei Many other wot is and expressions in that emay think about other antiquated expressions and took an imaginary walk through my childhood Home the find things there we would not my in most Homes today it it we needed for example i remember the old wring r Washer that was in the by Cement. Their were also clotheslines in the basement Anc outside in the Yard. With clothes props nearby. Today we have automatic washes and dryers though some l Yon still May have clothes aes. I also recall having a transistor radio v us an earplug today that would be an cataud. We used to sneak them into school Ai i listen to the daytime Pittsburgh pirate world series games. The. Weekday Gam a were during the Day Back then. We had manual typewriters with a red and Black ribbon later followed by an electric Type mostly sunny. Highs in the lower 40s. Sout Iwest winds 5 to to Mph. Saturday night partly Cloudy lows in the mid 20s. West winds 5 to to Mph. Forecast tomorrow7 a sunny. Highs in the Low r 40s. Southwest winds around 5 Mph. Sunday night partly Cloud lows in the mid 20s. South winds around 5 Mph. The Outlook a monday mostly Dot in. Chance of Snow showers in the morning then a Chance of Light rain or Light Snow in the afternoon. Highs in to e upper 10s Chance of precipitation 50 percent. Monda night Snow showers Likely mainly after Midnight Bitt e or no Snow accumulation. Lows in the upper 20s. Chance of Snow 60 percent. Tuesday Cloudy with a 40 percent Chance of Snow showers. Highs in the lower 30s tuesday night mostly Cloudy with a 40 percent Chance of Snow showers. Lows around 20 wednesday mostly Cloudy. Highs in the mid 20s. Wednesday night mostly Cloudy. Lows �?~0 to 15. Wind chill values As Low As Zero. Thursday partly sunny. Highs in the fewer 20s. Wind chill values As lot As 5 below thursday night mostly Cloudy. Lows around 15. Wind chill values As Low As 5 above. Writer with a ribbon Cartridge. Some families had reel to reel tape recorders. And others May have had an eight millimetre projector for Home movies. My imaginary tour around the House saw pole lamps Nova lamps tvs antennas rotary antennas and radios that Only had am stations. My Mother had a Large Metal bread pan to mix the ingredients and then to knead the dough before baking it in tins every Friday today we have bread makers numerous types of services to receive to stations Netflix ipod for music and a magi i am sure Coffee pots Coffee makers and percolators will disappear from. Existence in the future. I also think that Telephone books and land lines among other things that we still use will disappear in the 20 As a teacher i began my a career with a chalkboard mid Chalk. Ism cards for grading and Ink erasers pm the Back end of pens. In those Early year Moat female students wore earrings and a the. Males thought today Many malt students Wear earrings while Many females have tattoos which became overalls in the 1960s, Levi s in the 1970s and jeans today the boys also got Crew cuts or Butch haircuts. An overweight boy would Wear a a husky clothes. As a kid we would go to the newsstand and buy a Popsicle for to cents hoping teat we would get a Popsicle stick with tee word free on it which meant we would get a free Popsicle. We also liked to go to the a a taste freeze stand to buy a Large today in the Modem Era we have Many devices gadgets tools utensils and household items that Are so useful arid practical but will become obsolete in the future what things from the past do you remember does anyone still have one of those lava lamps giving pets Afu Home pets search ing for a place to Call Home this week at the Bedford county i humane society include Kameron. At right. He a just a quiet Guy who likes to spend time just laying. A around. Simba above almost looks like a Little lion. He a approximately a year old and is quite stunning Patrick at left is a fun Loving lab mix that would Tov an Active family. Rascal at right is a five year old retriever mix Bedford county humane society hours Are daily from i to 5 . Community foundation seeks philanthropy interns for summer the Community foundation for the alleghenies invited current High school seniors from Bedford Cambria and Somerset counties with a passion for Community involvement Public relations and current events to apply for the 2016 youth philanthropy internship. Throughout the eight week paid internship participants will use their skill sets to identify and support solutions for areas of concern within our Community while bringing a Youthful perspective to the foundations Gran making according to a news release the 2016 internship is scheduled to run from june 20 to Early August 12 in downtown Johnstown. Former interns Are Quick to Point out that this is a far from a typical Over the course of the summer interns will work in teams to create and implement a youth philanthropy project which will culminate in awarding Grants to local agencies that serve the Region in order to develop the project the interns win research a variety of issues facing local neighbourhoods identify service priorities build funding guidelines solicit request Lor propos als. And ultimately award funding. Interns will not Only learn the basks of Grant making but also create Media advocacy pieces Volunteer for Community organizations and earn Money a All while gaining greater knowledge about the Region the foundation said. A we Are very excited to learn More about this years applicants and what matters to them. After three successful years we believe Well see another diverse group of Young Community leaders a said Angie Berzonski pro Gram communications officer for the foundation. A candidates should be Able to work in teams demonstrate Strong communication skills and be Able to interview collect and report the internship is funded by a Grant from the Heinz endowments and mirrors the endowments highly successful summer youth philanthropy internship. Applications Are available online Only at and Are due february 29, 2018. Applications will be reviewed by a committee and a select number of candidates will be asked to visit the foundation for an interview. 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