Iron Workers Get Pay Hike
125 Years Ago
June 18, 2020
Herald of June 13, 1895
Several thousand employees of the Cambria Iron Co. at Johnstown were given a 10 percent wage increase, increasing the payroll of the company by $20,000 a month.
A carload of McCormick reapers and blinders arrived for Nelson Keim, general agent, and A.B. Mock, local agent.
Miss Alice Weingarber was appointed postmistress at Drab.
Prof. Wendt of Newburg was in Roaring Spring tuning pianos and organs.
The Martinsburg Methodist Church observed Children’s Day with programs by the children under the direction of Mrs. J.P. Allen, Prof. J.K. Ritchey and Miss Lena Allen.