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Posted 3 years ago

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Bradybren
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we picked this up at a garage sale about 6 monthes ago.... it was in a really hidious frame with red carpet on it and all...... the asking price was $50 ...... the lady said the frame's worth that ! Really ? How much without the frame ? $5 ......... that's the real treasure as far as we're concerned .... A $10 frame from hobby lobby and we're in business.... the woman on the calendar is absolutely beautiful and I love their logo.... growing up a sunday ride in the car with the whole famliy was the thing we all looked forward to.... good memories ! thanks for the opportunity to share... peace, brad & brenda

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  1. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 3 years ago
    my Grandfather and an Uncle both worked at the Timken Plant in Columbus Ohio
  2. Bradybren, 3 years ago
    thank you both for the kind words.... we're about 50 miles from the timken plant in canton ohio...... It used to employ a lot of folks..... not sure if it's even open anymore..... thanks again, peace, brad and brenda
  3. Bill Fowler, 3 years ago
    My great grandfather, William Fowler, was general manager of the Timken Plant in Columbus. I believe he was at the Canton Plant prior to that.
  4. Bradybren, 3 years ago
    Hey Bill,
    several times a week I stop to admire her and then think about the good old days.
    thanks for your comments ! peace, brenda & brad

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