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DLE1950

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  1. What ever happened to Walker Gardens in Bigler since Mr. Walker passed away .. It was such a beautiful place to wander around.. We always liked to stop and talk to Mr. Walker. I hope it is still being maintained. It would be such a shame to lose such a treasure.
  2. She gets in the whole country will leave the country.
  3. David E. Blommen age 75 of Egypt Road Brockway, PA; died on Saturday July 23, 2022 at Christ the King Manor in DuBois. Born on March 6, 1947 in DuBois, PA; he was the son of the late Bernard and Twila Askey Blommen. He graduated from the DuBois High School in the class of 1965. Retired, Dave had been employed as a machinist at the former Rockwell International, now Sensus in DuBois. He was Methodist by faith. Dave is a founding member of the Warsaw Vol. Fire Dept. Station 15 in Hazen and has been actively involved there as Captain of Fire Police for the past 49 years. He also is a member of the Jefferson County Emergency Management and the Pennsylvania Fireman’s Association. He also has been involved with and a fixture at the Hazen Flea Market since its beginning. Dave was an avid poster on “Go DuBois” keeping the public informed about what is going on around them locally with the fire departments. He enjoyed going to car shows, watching Nascar Racing and cheering on the Steelers. He is survived by 2 daughters: Donna Snyder and Lisa (Jeffrey) Hale both of Brockway and a son Michael (Dayna) Blommen also of Brockway; 7 grandchildren: Michelle (Jason) Vantassal, Oliver Snyder, Trisha Snyder, Timothy Hale, Michael (Macy) Blommen Jr; Autumn Blommen and Kyle Blommen; 14 great grandchildren: Virginia, Cheryl, Cori, Robert, Seirra, Courtney, Annabell, Grayson, Amberly, Jennifer, Cheyenne, Jeremy, Dakota and Denver. Dave is also survived by 4 great great grandchildren and another arriving in August. In addition to his parents he is also preceded in death by a brother Gary Blommen and a granddaughter Nikki Burgard. Calling hours will be on Wednesday from 2-4 PM and 7-9 PM at the Carlson-Shugarts Funeral Home Inc. in Brockway. A Funeral Service will be held on Thursday July 28 at 11:00 AM also at the funeral home with Rev. Terry Felt officiating. Burial will follow in Temple Cemetery at Hazen. Memorial donations may be made to the Warsaw Twp. Volunteer Fire Department 6847 Route 28 N Brookville, PA 15825 or Christ the King Manor 1100 West Long Avenue DuBois, PA 15801.
  4. David E. Blommen age 75 of Egypt Road Brockway, PA; died on Saturday July 23, 2022 at Christ the King Manor in DuBois. Born on March 6, 1947 in DuBois, PA; he was the son of the late Bernard and Twila Askey Blommen. He graduated from the DuBois High School in the class of 1965. Retired, Dave had been employed as a machinist at the former Rockwell International, now Sensus in DuBois. He was Methodist by faith. Dave is a founding member of the Warsaw Vol. Fire Dept. Station 15 in Hazen and has been actively involved there as Captain of Fire Police for the past 49 years. He also is a member of the Jefferson County Emergency Management and the Pennsylvania Fireman’s Association. He also has been involved with and a fixture at the Hazen Flea Market since its beginning. Dave was an avid poster on “Go DuBois” keeping the public informed about what is going on around them locally with the fire departments. He enjoyed going to car shows, watching Nascar Racing and cheering on the Steelers. He is survived by 2 daughters: Donna Snyder and Lisa (Jeffrey) Hale both of Brockway and a son Michael (Dayna) Blommen also of Brockway; 7 grandchildren: Michelle (Jason) Vantassal, Oliver Snyder, Trisha Snyder, Timothy Hale, Michael (Macy) Blommen Jr; Autumn Blommen and Kyle Blommen; 14 great grandchildren: Virginia, Cheryl, Cori, Robert, Seirra, Courtney, Annabell, Grayson, Amberly, Jennifer, Cheyenne, Jeremy, Dakota and Denver. Dave is also survived by 4 great great grandchildren and another arriving in August. In addition to his parents he is also preceded in death by a brother Gary Blommen and a granddaughter Nikki Burgard. Calling hours will be on Wednesday from 2-4 PM and 7-9 PM at the Carlson-Shugarts Funeral Home Inc. in Brockway. A Funeral Service will be held on Thursday July 28 at 11:00 AM also at the funeral home with Rev. Terry Felt officiating. Burial will follow in Temple Cemetery at Hazen. Memorial donations may be made to the Warsaw Twp. Volunteer Fire Department 6847 Route 28 N Brookville, PA 15825 or Christ the King Manor 1100 West Long Avenue DuBois, PA 15801.
  5. They keep going we will all be living in cardboard shacks with blue tarp roofs. Get out on Nov.8th and make a change.
  6. All the more reason to register and vote Republican. "She can't handle the job she has.. Neither can Biden"
  7. Consider every day the Lord lets you get up to celebrate another day of life a holiday. And you are still waking up in a free country for now.
  8. Urea is also what they use to deice airplanes and is way better than salt on your cement sidewalks. It will not eat away at the concrete and melts ice faster than salt and melts at way colder temps.
  9. Shoe leather and horse shoes.
  10. The only thing that is going to save you is faith and trust in the good Lord.
  11. It looks like it may be extended through the rest of the month. Brrrrrrrrrr
  12. I find ir kind of funny they don't have security pictures of the person.
  13. Sure he does. He shut down the pipe line and stop drilling where our biggest supply comes fro. Now we are buying oil from Russia to help pay for Putins war.
  14. Yes it is a little drive but try Sakura in Clarion. Good food , clean, clean clean and great staff. I love Chinese food . But I found the one in Clearfield to be dirty , cold food , and a half empty buffet. I've ate at the one in Punxsy for years until I got food poisoned last year. They cut the buffet in half and the quality has went down. I wasn't impressed with the one that is the topic either. Go ahead call me a food critic but when I spend good money I want good food and clean surroundings
  15. Not to worry. Gov.Wolf will let her out and give her a high paying state job.
  16. It's coming folks. Stock up , fuel up , Lock and load.
  17. probally 25 million to Philly and 4 million the rest across the entire state.
  18. Get on I-80 E in Sandy Township from Beaver Dr and PA-255 N 7 min (3.4 mi) Follow I-80 E and US-220 N to Market St in Williamsport. Take exit 27A from I-180 E 1 hr 41 min (110 mi) Turn left onto Market St (signs for Susquehanna Beltway/I-180/US Hwy 220) 1 min (0.2 mi) Williamsport
  19. By the looks of the casket she must have been really short.
  20. Just because you have the money to belong to one of these clubs does not put you above the law. All it is is greed and insecurity. They close up thousands of acres that your ancestors walked and hunted for years. Lastly think about it Your hunting equipment , travel , and the membership fees make that venison pretty expensive. Oh and the fellas that were fined got what the deserved,
  21. There is only ONE true prophet that you should be following. That is the Lord God. Set down and read his book , it will show you the truth and the light. It is available at your local church or book store.
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