75 Years Ago
March 18, 2021
Herald of March 7, 1946
The Herald published two extra pages this week (a total of 10) to accommodate the heavy volume of public sale advertising.
The Martinsburg Boosters entertained 97 area farmers at their annual Farmers Night banquet at the Morrisons Cove High school.
G.H. Bullock, supervisor of agriculture at Replogle High school, New Enterprise, resigned to accept a position in Lewistown, where he was to operate a Farm Bureau Store.
Arthur Byers of Woodbury tore down the old blacksmith shop that had been operated by Heckerman I. Bulger until 1938 on the site of the original Methodist...