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Klink was born in Canton, Ohio, and graduated from Meyersdale High School in Pennsylvania in 1969.
John Charles Thomas was born in Meyersdale, Pennsylvania.

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Meyersdale is a borough in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, on the Casselman River, southeast of Pittsburgh.
In 1900, 3, 024 people resided in Meyersdale.
The New Colonial Hotel and Second National Bank of Meyersdale are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Meyersdale is located at ( 39. 813643 ,-79. 026494 ).
* Meyersdale. org
The EM-1's were also used on the Pittsburgh Division over Sand Patch Grade near Meyersdale, PA with either empty hoppers or ones loaded with iron ore or dolomite westbound, coal eastbound, as well as freight trains in both directions.
* November 20 – Western Maryland Railway breaks ground for the station in Meyersdale, Pennsylvania.
* Meyersdale, Pennsylvania Museum.
* Bollman Truss Bridge in Meyersdale, one of the two surviving cast-iron truss bridges in North America.
Throughout the 1930s, Curtis Springer gave lectures throughout the midwestern United States, claiming to either to be the " Dean of Greer College ", or that he represented / attended the fictional institutions of the National Academy, The Springer School of Humanism, the American College of Doctors and Surgeons, the Westlake West Virginia College, and two non-existent osteopathy schools in Meyersdale, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

was and first
But her prettiness was what he had noticed first, and all the other things had come afterward: cruelty, meanness, self-will.
There was an artificial lake just out of sight in the first stand of trees, fed by a half dozen springs that popped out of the ground above the hillside orchard.
The first part of the road was steep, but it leveled off after the second bend and curled gradually into the valley.
No one was behind it, but in the rear wall of the office I noticed, for the first time, a door which had been left partially open.
The herd was watered and then thrown onto a broad grass flat which was to be the first night's bedground.
Once again, Tom Horn was the first and most likely suspect, and he was brought in for questioning immediately.
For Matilda, it was the first she had known in many a night.
Even the knowledge that she was losing another boy, as a mother always does when a marriage is made, did not prevent her from having the first carefree, dreamless sleep that she had known since they dropped down the canyon and into Bear Valley, way, way back there when they were crossing those other mountains.
Stevens was grunting over the last empty pocket when Russ abruptly rose and lunged toward Carmer's hat, which had tumbled half-a-dozen feet away when he first fell.
The Indian's arm whipped sidewise -- there was a flash of amber and froth, the crash of the bottle shattering against the side of the first car.
It was her first smile.
At first, I thought he was out of his head, talking wildly like this.
Hell, I gave him the first decent job he ever had, six, seven -- how many years ago was it, Rob ''??
Miss Langford ( her first name was Evelyn ) was an attractive girl.
School began in August, the hottest part of the year, and for the first few days Miss Langford was very lenient with the children, letting them play a lot and the new ones sort of get acquainted with one another.
It was just as well that the ignorant Dandy enjoyed himself to the hilt that first evening, for the room was to become his prison cell.
`` Bastards '', he would say, `` all I did was put a beat to that Vivaldi stuff, and the first chair clobbered me ''!!
In 1961 the first important legislative victory of the Kennedy Administration came when the principle of national responsibility for local economic distress won out over a `` state's-responsibility '' proposal -- provision was made for payment for unemployment relief by nation-wide taxation rather than by a levy only on those states afflicted with manpower surplus.
The first systematic thinking about this Pandora's box within Pandora's boxes was done four years ago by Fred Ikle, a frail, meek-mannered Swiss-born sociologist.
The smell at first was more surprising than unpleasant.
His collaboration with Washington, begun when he was the general's aide during the Revolution, was resumed when he entered the first Cabinet as Secretary of the Treasury.

was and settled
He settled on the sofa with his coffee, warming his hands on the cup, although the room was heavy with heat.
It was thickly settled by fifteen thousand citizens and laid out into pig-infested streets, mostly around the Battery, going bravely north to Wall Street, but giving up and becoming fields and farms in the region of Harlem Heights.
Her voice was ripe and full and her teeth flashed again in Sicilian brilliance before the warm curved lips met and her mouth settled in repose.
At the time Alex arrived he was engaged in some sort of intimate communication with the hen, who had settled herself on the nest most peacefully after the occurrences of the morning.
He said that the propriety or impropriety of such a gathering was a question that was to be settled by every man in accordance with the convictions of private judgments.
The increase in oxygen uptake rates from 1.2 to 2.6 mg/l/hr which followed an increase in rotor speed was believed to be related to resuspension of solids which had settled at the lower rotor speeds.
After every money argument, she rebuffed her husband's overtures until the matter was settled in her favor.
The issue was settled on shore, Greene winning and Wilson remaining ashore, determined to catch the next fishing boat back to England.
Once the question of emancipation was settled to Palfrey's satisfaction, he faced a real problem in placing the freedmen in suitable homes as servants.
She finally settled in Fall River and, after being employed for a time by a Mrs. Reed, was hired by the Bordens.
Hengesbach, who has been living on welfare recently, said he hopes to rebuild the farm which was settled by his grandfather in Westphalia, 27 miles southwest of here.
Her hesitation was only momentary and she hoped he didn't notice it, as she settled herself, asked quickly how Miss Jenny and the babies were getting on.
First, it came out after Mr. Cooper's will was settled -- he had died the year before -- that John and his mother weren't rich any more.
One of my private patients was being admitted and I went in to see her settled.
The trouble with them was that they almost never worked, and in fact an agreement `` in principle '' historically turned out to be a sure sign that neither party really wanted the quarrel settled.
Nobel later on combined nitroglycerin with various nitrocellulose compounds, similar to collodion, but settled on a more efficient recipe combining another nitrate explosive, and obtained a transparent, jelly-like substance, which was a more powerful explosive than dynamite.
Beginning with the Bronze Age Collapse at the end of the 2nd millennium BC, the west coast of Anatolia was settled by Ionian Greeks, usurping the related but earlier Mycenaean Greeks.
He argued Congress could not decide either for or against slavey before a territory was settled.
Named in honour of Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, queen consort to King William IV, the city was founded in 1836 as the planned capital for a freely settled British province in Australia.
The question of the regency was settled, and a form of Lutheranism was adopted and declared binding on all teachers and preachers.
Mark J. Hudson Professor of Anthropology at Nishikyushu University, Kanzaki, Saga, Japan, said Japan was settled by a " Proto-Mongoloid " population in the Pleistocene who became the Jōmon and their features can be seen in the Ainu and Okinawan people.
They settled down near Kurile Lake, which was inhabited by the Kamchatka Ainu and North Kuril Ainu.
Among the Visigoths settled in Lower Moesia, the situation was ripe for rebellion.

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