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Farmers' Week

100 Years Ago

 

February 13, 2020



Herald of Feb. 13, 1920

This week is known in the history of Morrison Cove Vocational school as Farmers’ Week. Men of learning and broad experience will be brought here and women likewise will bring helpful information in an effort to benefit us.

The heaviest snow of the winter is now lying, most of it having fallen Wednesday. The state highway leading from Roaring Spring to Loysburg was closed until farmers with nine teams of heavy farm horses dragged the roads.

Weekly Sunday school in the Woodbury Brethren church has been dispensed with until the influenza epidemic has passed.

The State Young Men’s Christian Association has provided 250 free scholarships in Agricultural courses for ex-service men, at State College.

Levi Benner has bought the Alexander Weyant homestead from Harry Weyant. It is situated about one and one-fourth mile from Henrietta.

The business and good will of Bolger, Grafius & Co., is for sale. It is the only planing mill in Morrisons Cove, south of Roaring Spring.

 

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