March 10, 2011 RSS feed / From Days Gone By

40 Years Ago

From The Files Of March 18, 1971

It still remains undecided which hospital in the area will be the recipient of the kidney machine for which Susan Martz of Hustontown has been collecting Betty Crocker coupons since last spring. More...

60 Years Ago

From The Files Of March 22, 1951

Jno. P. Sipes, Fulton County’s oldest attorney, died at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on Sunday morning after an illness of two weeks. Mr. More...

20 Years Ago

From The Files Of March 7, 1991

Petitions urging three county physicians to stay in the community were presented to the doctors and to the Medical Center board president, Phil Prager, and Center CEO Scott Berlucchi on Friday. More...

30 Years Ago

From The Files Of March 5, 1981

A large storage warehouse, located four miles west of Hancock and owned by Fairview Orchards, was damaged to the extent of $500,000 to the building and contents, in a fire on Saturday evening which apparently was deliberately set. More...

50 Years Ago

From The Files Of March 23, 1961

J. Morrow Johnston, McConnellsburg, was killed instantly on Saturday morning, March 18, when he was struck by a train while working on a construction job at Monessen, Pa. He was employed by the J. Robert Bazley Co. John M. More...

70 Years Ago

From The Files Of March 20, 1941

Deaths: Mrs. Enoch Kerlin of near Knobsville; Billie Ann Shore of McConnellsburg; George Mc- Clelland Kelso of Big Cove Tannery; Mrs. Clara Jane Thomas of Huntingdon. More...

80 Years Ago

From The Files Of March 19, 1931

Deaths: Mrs. Justina Marie Walker Watkins of Coles Valley; Mrs. Anna Fesler of Windber; Charles D. Carbaugh of Ayr Township; Jacob L. Crouse of Decorum; Mrs. Harry Miller of Burnt Cabins; one of the infant twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. More...