LONG LOST RING FOUND : News Photo

LONG LOST RING FOUND

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Centre Daily Times / Contributor
In 1961 Donna Tressler lost her school ring but recently Robert Nese was scouring an elementary playground in State College, Pennsylvania, with his metal detector when he found the ring and returned it to Tresller. (Christopher Weddle/Centre Daily Times/MCT via Getty Images)
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In 1961 Donna Tressler lost her school ring but recently Robert Nese was scouring an elementary playground in State College, Pennsylvania, with his metal detector when he found the ring and returned it to Tresller. (Christopher Weddle/Centre Daily Times/MCT via Getty Images)
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June 15, 2013
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170831324
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In 1961 Donna Tressler lost her school ring but recently Robert Nese... News Photo 170831324Elementary School,Finding,Human Interest,Lost,Metal,Metal Detector,Playground,Return,Ring,School,State College - Pennsylvania,USA,VerticalPhotographer Collection: Tribune News Service 2013 MCTIn 1961 Donna Tressler lost her school ring but recently Robert Nese was scouring an elementary playground in State College, Pennsylvania, with his metal detector when he found the ring and returned it to Tresller. (Christopher Weddle/Centre Daily Times/MCT via Getty Images)