Mail Carrier Sent to Prison
125 Years Ago
August 6, 2020
Herald of Aug. 1, 1895
Benjamin F. Crider, Hopewell mail carrier, was sentenced to the Huntingdon Reformatory for stealing letters.
Prof. John Lykens, moral instructor in the Huntingdon Industrial Reformatory, was visiting his brother I.H. Lykens.
The Spring school house that stood for many years near the stone mansion of the Stoner homestead was torn down.
Prof. W.E. Jamison was named by the Loysburg School Board to be principal for the next year with J.S. Bayer as primary teacher.
The Woodbury dam was drained, but the fishermen outnumbered the fish.
The Herald appeared with a new masthead...