Someone is nearly $1,000 richer today.
But who is that person?
That's what an Aquashicola couple is wondering after they discovered a 49-year-old U.S. savings bond stuck inside an old bedroom dresser they purchased at a Tamaqua second-hand thrift store.
"We'd like the bond to go to its rightful owner," says Ted Naratil, "but we're not sure who that would be."
Naratil is an employee of Pencor Services, Inc., Palmerton, where he's worked as a Computer Patrol technician with PenTeleData for the past seven years.