100 Years Ago
February 11, 2021
Herald of Feb. 11, 1921
The Shelleytown correspondent reported that I.A. Showalter, E.A. Brumbaugh, Lloyd Schaffer, Lester Miller and Elmer Treese saw a live grasshopper jumping around on the grass, “even though the groundhog did not see his shadow.”
Albert A. Cowen wrote a lengthy account of his trip to Florida.
Patriotic entertainments were scheduled at the Henrietta and Curryville schools for Lincoln’s and Washington’s birthdays.
The straw stack at the farm of Collie Shonefelt, Plum Creek, fell over and smothered three head of cattle.
Miss Ruth Snyder, teacher of the Armstrong School in Snake Spring Valley, was off sick for two weeks.
The Rev. J.A. McInturff known as “Reverend Mac,” opened a two-week series of evangelistic services at the First Brethren Church in Martinsburg.
J. Ealor Dilling completed his new house in Martinsburg and moved his family and household goods into the new house.
Blair R. Bice was a visitor in Martinsburg.