100 Years Ago
Armenians’ Flight Described
March 25, 2021
Herald of March 25, 1921
Danile D. Stoltzfus of Morrisons Cove wrote a letter to the Herald describing his trip through Syria, Mesopoyania and Anatolia. Mr. Stoltzfus described the plight of the Armenians. He described the rationing of food and the high number of orphans. Stationed with the military during the summer of 1920 at Syria, Mr. Stoltzfus saw the French and the Turkish people at war.
Mr. And Mrs. Harry Rhodes of Martinsburg and son Willard attended a quilting at the home of the former’s parents, Mr. And Mrs. Saumuel Rhodes of Curryville.
Prof. Elias G. Glass of Millerstown, a widely known singer and a teacher of singing and music, died at his home on March 17.
Emory Frye of Beavertown purchased an IHC farm tractor.
Andrew C. Swartz of Waterside broke his arm while at work at the Claysburg brick plant.
Melvin Stoudnour of Roaring Spring purchased a Ford touring car.