For many years, the Town of Wellsville maintained a series of scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings and other items of interest pertaining to Wellsville and the surrounding area. 

This table presents a synopsis of the contents of volume two of the scrapbooks. Volume two covers the time period of July 1948-September 1950.

Please contact the Allegany County Historical Society ( 607-478-5390 or email us at ) for more information about individual items mentioned in this listing. 

Wellsville Scrapbook, July 1948-Sept. 1950

Page Article Title About/Comments Category
1 The Carnival Caravan A Sort of Circus Art, Playhouse, Music
2 Carnival Caravan to Roll with Culture Barbara Chapin (Williams); Christian Science Monitor, 2/16/1949 Culture
3 Culture on Wheels Hits the Trail About the Caravan; New York Times 29May1949 Culture
4 Caravan to Bring Creative Art to Rural Centers Article by Barbara Mather Chapin; 2/1949 Culture
5 Gibsons Furniture storefront uplift by L. C. Whitford Commerce
5 7 Slot Machines Seized Aug 2, 1948; Arrests made Law Enforcement/Gambling
5 First Street Dance West State Street; 2 Aug 1948 Youth Council
5 Thornton Company gives Pool Benches 10 White Wood Benches gifted Community Activities
6 Thousands turn out here for Junior Legion Parade Included new '49 Fords Community Activities
6 400 persons attend Band Concert 4-Aug-1948 Community Activities
6 Letter to the Editor 4 Aug 1948-Why is Wellsville Degenerating? Opinions
6 Monroe Ray Collection 1948 Political Buttons/collectibles Collections
7 Mayor Calls for Crack Down of Rowdyism Wellsville Mayor Martin Political
7 Golden Wedding Observed Mr&Mrs Fred Litchard – North Main St Personals
7 Nation's Oil Leaders back Special Drake Stamp 1948 - Oil City PA Oil/Gas
7 Carole M. Andersen Tuition Scholarship Winner 18-Aug-1949 Personals/Education
8 Water & Light Board Post Resignation 16 Aug 1948-John Bryson Village Politics
8 1851 Erie Guidebook rates Almond 1st in Population along the Route 18 Aug 1948 - Published in"The Democrat. Railroad History
9 Julius Fisher, Former Postmaster Dies 1872-1948 Red Cross Area Chairman several years Obituary
9 Wellsville Couple Celebration of 64th Anniversary Mr & Mrs. F. L. Meyers; Lived in Allentown and then Wellsville Anniversary
9 Letter to the Editor 30 Aug 1948-Intruder Warned Legal Warning
9 Letters from Serviceman 2 Sep 1948 - Lt. Charles Whitney Letters about flights to Berlin
10 141 Wellsville Town Men signed for Draft in 2 Days Need for Army of 10,000 Draftees Military Draft
10 Telephone Operators Family Night Program 14 Sep 1948 - Community Activities
10 VFW to Dedicate Iron Lung 14 Sep 1948 - Community Activities
10 Married 64 Years Ago in Wellsville Mr. & Mrs. George Frederick Anniversary
11 Erie RR 1878 Style Recalled by Old Train Type Adv from Old Files of The Democrat Railroad History
11 Waldemar J. Gallman meets with President to Discuss Poland Native of Wellsville becomes U. S. Ambassador to Poland Political History
11 Mayor & Trustees Discuss Smoke, Ash Problems at Mtg. Industrial Complaints Political History
11 Miss Barbara Black Tells AAUW Women of Trip to Europe 30 Sep 1948 - Talk regarding Communist Influence in Europe Political History
12 4 Senior Girl Scouts Report on Camp Trip Trip to Broome County Senior Girl Scout Camp Community Activities
12 George H. Taber, Jr. Retires from Sinclair Refining 6 Oct 1948 - Leaves as Executive Vice President Industrial Retirement
12 Medical Group Ladies Raise $160 toward Scholarship Funds Card Party Community Activities
12 Nuremberg Executions topic of Speech to Area Teachers Father Sixtus O'Connor of St. Bonaventure, Speaker History
13 Mayor Martin Praises Part Oil Has Played in Nation Industrial Facts Industry
13 Adult Ed to Start Monday 16 Oct 1948 - Education
13 Cuba Ceremony Pay Tribute to Priest Who Discovered Oil Trailblazer in Commerce Oil/Gas
13 Open House at Worthington Public Invited Community Activities
11 Elmer Spicer Retires As Official of GE Former Kerr Turbine Co. Employee became In charge of GE's Mfg. Policies. Industry
14 Local Swimming Pool Serves Residents in Large Section Sidney Miles provides statistics Community Activities
14 Letter to the Editor Ray L. Dickinson expresses Union Views Union Views
14 Monday Club Hears Talks on U. S. Crafts 1-Oct-1948 Arts & Crafts
14 Music Club Members Make Plans for Year 19-Oct-1948 Music/Culture
15 Unusual Record Collection Honors June Reed Babcock Testimonials by People who heard her perform Music/Culture
15 Library "Travel Service" is Aid to Visitor in Wellsville 27 Oct 1948 - Books and Assistance to help Traveler seeking plans for travel Community Service
15 Nancy Howe Players Make Big Hit in "Blithe Spirit" Noel Coward Production 29 Oct 1948 Music/Culture
16 Study 0f Final Returns Shows Bliss Carried Three Cities Reeds Hometown of Dunkirk, Normally GOP Jamestown and Salamanca Support Wellsville Man--5-Nov. 1948  
16 From Where We Sit Grandma Howe has 96th Birthday and gets ready to Enjoy 4 years of Republicanism Political
16 Town General Fund Source is Explained to Board Members State shared taxes collected from various sources are distributed for local assistance--5 Nov. 1948 political
16 Voters Approve Two Bond Issues totaling $500,00 Both Propositions carry in special election; work will start soon political
17 Governor Sweeps County by 8,006 Majority over Truman Alfred gives New York executives largest vote, liberal man poor third Political
17 County Candidates Score Easy Victories in Reelection Bids Nov. 1948 Political
17 Floral Style Show at WHS Attracts Capacity Crowd November 12,1948 community fun
17 Not Only Reporter Staff Members Help in Gathering Returns 1-Nov-1948 Community
18 Wellsville's Six Districts Return Margins for GOP 1-Nov-1948 Community
18 105 Pack-a- Towel Bundles Sent from Here by Churchwomen 1-Nov-1948 community
18 Marimbist Thrills Audience in Concert for Music Club November 10,1948 Music
19 From Where We Sit November 10,1948 Lottery
19 Greeks of Area Observe AHEPA Chapter Anniversary 1-Nov-1948 Dinner Dance
19 Seldowitz Fined $50 Ordered to End Junk Business in Village 5-Nov-1948 Community
19 Miss Emelyn Drake is Chosen to Who's Who 20-Nov-1948 College
19 Awful Art Club Opens First Annual Exhibit with 120 Creations 16-Nov-1948 Art
20 Early Morning Blaze Does Estimated $110,000 Damage to Robbins Hardware 22-Nov-1948 Fire
20 Fire Highlights   Fire
20 Operator Must Burn More Waste Paper at the Incinerator 4-Dec-1948  
20 Dr. Kurt Zinner is Named Vice President of Heart Association 4-Dec-1948 Dr.
21 Service Clubs Told Organized Crime is on the Increase 3-Dec-1948 Crime
21 Baseball Meeting is Called to Discuss Two Propositions 3-Dec-1948 Sports
21 Archbishop Walsh is Honored Today on 75 Birthday December 6,1948 Birthday
21 John Congelli Helps Cripples to Enjoy Life 1-May-1905  
21 Lt. Victor Graves Buried Here Today with Military Honors 14-Dec-1948 Military
22 Behind The Movie Sets   Gabby Hayes
22 Miss Lefevre Resigns Post At David A. Howe Library December 14,1948 Community
22 Miss Clendinning is Acting Librarian; Miss Lefevre Leaves January 14 1948 Community
23 Five Generations On Both Sides of Family 9-Dec-1948 Family
24 Trustees Approve Plan for Local Village us Service 14-Dec-1948 Community
24 Wellsville Burial Case Co. Sold to Two Local Men for Price in Excess of $85,000 December 29,1948 Community
24 Village Officials Favor New Maple Avenue Development December 28,1948 Community
24 Village to Take Action on Zoning Ordinance Complaint December 28,1948 Community
25 Exhibition Co. Begins Reorganization Move December 29,1948 Community
25 From Where We Sit 14-Dec-1948 Community Sports
26 Independent Operation of Local Baseball Club Discussed in Interview 6-Jan-1949 Sports
26 Sterling Inspects Facilities Here; Discusses Proposition to Operate Franchise in 49 5-Jan-1949 Franchise
27 From Where We Sit 6-Jan-1949 Sports
27 11 Exhibition Co. Directors Named; Baseball Plan Starts Managership Bids Received; Players Discussed; Two will attend Meeting January 12,1949 Sports
27 Oren Sterling Turns Down Local Operation; Margin of Profits Seen too Small Hagerstown Operator Could See 'Perhaps a $1,000 Profit' For Season January 6, 1949 Sports
28 The Democrat off on 82nd Year After First Lapse In Issue Date 6-Jan-1949 Political
28 Town Board Makes Annual Appointments At Recent Meeting   Political
28 Architecture, Place Names Subject of Two Monday Club Talks January 19,1949 Architecture
28 Officers Of Awful Art Club Installed; Years Plans Laid 11-Jan-1949 art/ cultural
29 County Health, Hospital Plan Explained to Group University Women Hear Two Discussions by Wellsville Leaders Januaryb19, 1949 Health
29 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kerr, Former Residents, Celebrate Prominent Couple Wed 60 years; The Martin Dukes Are Hosts  
30 C. Russell Brokaw Resigns As Hospital Superintendent Came to Wellsville in October, 1947; Boards Studies List of Applicants Hospital
30 Local Groups Laud Citizenship Training Offered Boy scouts 5-Feb-1949 Boyscouts
30 Monday First Day of Lincoln Portrait Display; Women's Club Will Cooperate 3-Feb-1949 Community
30 Catholic Boy Scouts Will Be Honored at Program on Sunday 5-Feb-1949 Boy Scouts
30 Local Youth Rally Slated for Tonight 5-Feb-1949 Religion
31 Wellsville Merchants Give Windows to Boy Scouts Scout Troops and Cub Packs design some very interesting Displays and plans Boy Scouts
31 Awful Art Club Artists to Compete in Buffalo Exhibit Several Paintings by members of unusual Local Art Colony Will Brush Work with Experts February 5,1949 Art
31 Nancy Howe Players Get Responsive House In First Performance 11-Feb-1949 Community/ Play
31 January was Really Warm; ' Hottest' in Past 12 Years Temperature Did Not Reach Zero Last Month; High was 54 Degrees; Winter snowfall Far Below Average 1949 Weather
32 A Kindly Southern Colonel Pays Tribute to Wellsville, 'Gem of the Genesee' Area Colonel Edmund W. Taylor, Descendent of Family Famous in Distilling World, Has Colorful Background February 11, 1949 Community
32 Plane Crash Disaster Ably Handled Saturday By Area Boy Scouts February 14,1949 Boy Scouts
32 Don’t Believe What Thermometer Says! It's Still February   Weather
32 January Twice As Warm as 1948-- So It Seems   Weather
33 Study of Local Rates for Electricity, Water Ordered Village Tax Payers to Pay for Street Lighting, Other Municipal Services February 1949 Village
33 From Where We Sit Old Lady Wellsville Has One Child Who was Fiscal Success in 1948; Politics Verboten February 1949 Politics
33 Big Trade Display At the potato Show is Open This Evening 21-Feb-1949 Community
33 West State sTreet Bridge Started By Binghamton Contracting Firm February 17,1949 Maintenance
34 Anonymous Wellsville Ladies Help the Needy in Germany Trinity Lutheran Group Has Sent Over Ton of Food, Two Tons of Clothing and Many Other Articles February 23,1949 Help the Needy
34 Banquet Speaker Declares World Must Discover Unity Capacity Crowd Jams WCS Cafeteria; Whitesville Man Reserve Winner February 22, 1949 Community
34 French Fries   Community
34 5 Local Men Assigned to Camp in Colorado   Army
35 Wellsville, Andover Men to Visit Europe for One Month Leo V. Ludden, Hugh Bryfogle, Francis Conrad Leave New York Wednesday February 27, 1949 Community
35 Solution to Serious Traffic Problem Offered by Roeske Chief of Police Asks Cooperation of Drivers; Bridge closes Monday Morning February 25, 1949 Traffic
35 Mrs. Knight Thornton Will Address Clu Group 25-Feb-1949 Community
35 Walther League Play Seen by Capacity Audience at Library 24-Feb-1949 Community
36 Traffic Situation Here Termed Worst Bottleneck in the State System' By Report Diagonal Parking, Main Street Signal Lights are Listed as Trouble Causes. March 3, 1949 Community
36 New Parking Area Planned on Old Village Barn Site Street Commissioner to Raze Building, Board Studies Project Plans March 1, 1949 Maintenance
36 West State Street Bridge Dropped in Genesee River Monday 4-Mar-1949 Maintenance
36 Miss Nancy Kelsey Awarded $3,500 Alfred Scholarship Provided by the Late Miss Fannie Crittenden in Memory of Nephew March 8, 1949 Scholarship
37 Clifford Coyle, Donor of Lincoln Picture Treasures in Library, Dies   Community
37 Miss Hazel Hallett Named Superintendent of Hospital Experienced Executive Will Come to Wellsville on or Before March 15, 1949 Community
37 Video Channel Picked Up Here in Experiment First Television Programs Seen Here Last Night At Home on Niles Hill March 8, 1949 TV
37 Moses Van Campen Boulder Was Erected 40 Years Ago 21-Feb-1949  
38 Carnival Caravan to Be Explained Friday Night at the Library 3-Mar-1949 Entertainment
38 Carnival Caravan Gets Winter Review AS Miss Chapin Shows Film of Project 10-Mar-1949 Entertainment
38 Cana Wednesday Rites Attract Large Number of Catholic Couples 10-Mar-1949 Wedding Renewal
38 Owl Gets Medalist for 11th Year in Row at Press Meet Local School Newspaper wins Honor in New York; Barbara Youmans was Editor March 1949 School
39 Kinney Woods, Tarzan Gang Recalled as Old Homestead Makes Way for Subdivision Night Made Eerie by ' Calls of the Wild' Spring Made Gay by Blankets of Wildflowers March 12, 1949 Entertainment
39 280 Mothers, Girls Attend Intermediate Scout Banquet Founder's Fund Expanded; Troops Demonstrate Work to Mark Birthday March 11, 1949 Girl Scout/ Birthday
39 Veteran Funeral Tribute Paid Today To CPL. Burt Marine War Casualty 24-Mar-1949 Marines
40 WCS Gymnasium Used 6 Days Weekly by Several Groups Basketball, Wrestling, Dancing, Ag Show, Are some Events Staged in Gym March 16, 1949 Sports
40 State Freedom Train Slated to visit Wellsvillle in May Great Documents of New York History being Brought to People March 17, 1949 Community
40 Freedom Train Stops in May in This County 24-Mar-1949 Community
40 Exemplar Chapter Members do Real Job For Local Kiddies Colorful Children's Word at Hospital Work of Wellsville Sorority Hospital
41 Boys Lean to Engineering, Survey Shows; Girls to Business Training and Nursing 4-Mar-1949 School
41 State Police Seize 4 Slot Machines in Raid On Club No Arrests Made As Yet After Officers Pick Up Devices at Union Club Here March 21, 1949 Law Enforcement
41 University Women Plan Branch Here; Sever Ties With Alfred, Hornell Group 29-Mar-1949 Community
41 Minstrels Play to Crowded House; 17 Numbers Staged Specialty Selections Called for Encores; Audience Most Receptive March 25, 1949 Musical
42 European Tourist Describes Beautiful Flight Over Alps, Mountain Stonework, Scenery Leo. V. Ludden Writes Mayor T.C. Martin of Trip; High Prices Mentioned March 26, 1949 Traveling
42 Senior Social Studies Students Have Forums; To Address Local Clubs 31-Mar-1941 School
42 Boy Scouts Give Unusual Camp Demonstration Here About 200 Southeast District Scouts Take Part in Program at WCS March 30, 1949 Boy Scouts
42 Monday Club Members Are Guests of Bolivar Sorosis 26-Mar-1949 Clubs
43 Spring Fashion Modes Seen By Capacity Crowd at Library Casual, Dinner, Evening Wear Modeled in two part show; Treblettes Sing March 30, 1949 Dance/Entertainment
43 Less Snow in Only 5 Winters since '89 Says Dr. Saunders Alfred Weather Prophet Reports Temperatures Above Average in March; Three Zero Marks Hit in Winter 1949 Weather
43 Erie P. A. Man is Appointed Head David A. Howe Library William Bacon Will Assume New Duties May 15; Has Unusual Record March, 31, 1949 Library
43 29 Women Certified Girl Scout Leaders In Investiture Rites March 26,1949 Girl Scout
43 Capt. J. H. Rockwell Named Commander of Naval Reserve Unit 4-Jan-1900 Naval Reserve
44 Lombard Avenue Ball Park Typical of Sandlot Sport The Joe DiMaggios of Tomorrow Getting In Shape Without the Fanfare that Greets Their Brothers Down South April 2, 1949 Sports
44 Petroleum Sunday to Honor Memory of Catholic Priest Famed Franciscan Missionary First to Report Discovery of Crude Oil in Spring at Cuba Church
44 Ralph M. Tompkins Honored Last Night By Ram of this Area 9-Apr-1949 Ceremonies
45 Local Americana Found When Baseball Men, Popcorn Unite Politics, Weather, Mound Scores Mix With 1920 Cab an 1926 Axle at Madison and Main April 9, 1949 Sports
46- 47 County Men Pass Muster of Interview With Pope, As Trip Abroad Highlight 14-Jul-1949 Community
47 St. Margaret's Guild Takes Part In Program That Knows No Race or Creed 16-Apr-1948 Community
48 Sidney Miles Will Be Given Safety Conference Citation WHS Athletic, Head Chosen for Most Outstanding Safety Efforts Here April, 1949 Community
48 History Teaching Public Schools Now Compulsory 23-Apr-1949 School
48 Local Crime Rate For Past Fiscal Year Has Decrease Over 1946 4/0/1949 Crime
49 Fire Chiefs Shoulder Big Responsibility Local Unit Formed in 1878; Tax Rate One of Very Lowest April 16, 1949 Fire Men
50-51 Floating On the Mill Pond- In That Wooden Bridge Age Before most of us were born April 1949 Bridges
51 See- Saw Battle Over Bridges In ByGone Days Brought To Light In Review Of The Official Records   Laws
52 New Street is Dedicated On the Emma Lee Property Will Open Up Modern Subdivision; Decision On Triangle is Tabled May 10, 1949 Maintenance
52 Smoke, Fly Ash problem Is Again Before Local Board Charles ' Pat" Cochran Urges Local Officials to Help Solve Situation May 10, 1949 Smoke and Fly Problem
52 The Roads Are Good Today If You Listen to the Tales of ' Century Club' Members Harley Dimick Recalls Old Days When 100 Mile Bicycle Ride was a Cinch May 14,1949 Roads
52 63 At Luncheon Of Garden Group Democrat May 1949 Groups
53 Ralph M. Tompkins Elected Head of Corning Consistory Wellsville 33 Degree Mason Named to High Office at Annual Meeting Meetings
53 Night Rain Ends Drought; Heaviest Fall in Belmont; Some Phones Out Of Order H. Ira Blixt, County Ag Agent, Says Farmers Will Benefit Greatly May 20,1949 Agriculture
53 Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Springer Will Mark 50th Anniversary 26-May-1949 Anniversary
53 Local Mother Attends 50th Anniversary of Daughter's Wedding May 29,1949 Anniversary
54 Story Of ' Grandma' Moses Uncovers Unusual Story of Former Local Resident Miss Gertrude Robertson Learns Famous Little Artist Is One of the Family But Miss Robertson Has Her Own Story May 21, 1949 Family
54 Village Board Orders All Street Resurfacing Halted Demand Investigation After Main Street Job Comes Under Fire May 29, 1949 Fire
54 John P. Herrick Gives $ 100 To Scio Library 19-May-1949 Library
55 History Reviews 75 Years of Service By Genesee Hose May 27th 1949 Fire Department
55 From Where We Sit Genesee Hose company Members Pay Tribute to "Bill" Gena, Sr., Veteran Fireman with 50 Years of Service Fire Department
55 Veteran Fireman Given Plaque and 50 Silver Dollars; Seres 50 Years   Fire Department
55 Hose Cart Racing Comes to Life Again At the Champs Meet   Fire Department
56 No Charge For Admission To New York Freedom Train 25-May-1949 Trains
57 Thousands Expected to See Priceless Historic Papers Admission is free; Open Each Day 9 AM to 9 PM; Public is invited Trains
57 Publisher and Staff Certificate 31-May-1949 Trains
58 Parade, Ceremonies Mark Freedom Train Welcoming 25-May-1949 Trains
58 Hundreds of Children Guests of Lions Club At Free Western Show 6-Jun-1949 Lions Club
58 Historical Society Hears Interesting Talks on Old Houses 6-Jun-1949 Houses
58 Welfare Group Has Annual Meeting Here on 10th Anniversary 5-Jun-1949 Anniversary
58 7,760 Persons Visit Freedom Train During Two- Day Stay Here 2-Jun-1949 Trains
59 Conrad Arnold Ends 50 Years Scoville Service Old Faces Gone Since First Main Street Job Tribute Paid Last of Firm Pioneers With Dinner and Watch June 2, 1949 Business
59 Howes Your Library 25-Jun-1949 Library
60 George W. Frederick Passes Away at Pine Street Home Services for Prominent Businessman Will Be Held Friday Afternoon June 24, 1949 Businessman
60 Christian Braunschweiger Dies, Long Identified With Business Here 23-Jun-1949 Business Man
61 Projector Given Library Custody Ceiling Projectors in Three Towns to Permit Bed- Ridden To Read Film June 30, 1949 Library
62- 63 Gabby Hayes' Greets 54,000 People in Two Days But Still Comes Home to Visit With Old Friends Wellsville's Own Film Star Takes Time Out From Appearance Tour June 25, 1949 Entertainment
63 Belvidere Once Had Chance To Become The County Seat Bitter Political Battle Raged in County When Seat Was Moved Out of Angelica to Belmont 1949 Political
64-65 Reported Ad of 1910 Results in Long Career Public Service for ' Al' Corwin Sealer of Weights, Measures has 39 Year- Stint Behind Him, County is Tops June 28,1949 Businessman
65 Rural Skeptics at the Play   Entertainment
65 Copious Rains End Drouth Grip, Puts Rosier Hue On How Folks See Things 28-Jul-1949 Weather
66-67 Kindergarten Is Important Experience in the Childhood Life of That Youngster of Yours Typical Day With the Little Tots Described by Their Teacher July 2, 1949 School
68 Elton C. Harder, Top Oil, Gas Man Passes Suddenly Retired Empire Superintendent Dies After Ball Game; Services on Sunday July 15, 1949 Sports/ Businessman
68 From Where We Sit Wellsville Loses Another of Her Outstanding Leaders in the Sudden Death of Elton Harder July 14,1949 Community
69 Swimming Pool Tagged 'One of Finest Tributes' to Vets Red Cross Representative Praises Swim Program Here as One of Finest In Central New York, Lauds Miles Red Cross/Recreation
69 Cuba Garden Club to Present Flower Show Friday and Saturday August 24,1949 Garden Club/ Recreation
69 Town Board Releases Area For Village Incorporation Councilman John Philips Hands Down Official Decision; Add 36 Acres Property
69 Pioneer W. C. T. U. Role In Fredonia Event Has Link to Wellsville Kin August 0,1949 Family
69 Elton Harder Service Memorialized by Local Board of Education 22-Aug-1949 School
70 Howes Your Library 6-Aug-1949 Library
70 Howes Your Library 18-Aug-1949 Library
70 Mariner Girl Scouts Spend Day at Seneca Lake; Plan Pageant 8-Aug-1949 Girl Scouts
71 Old Almanac of 1820 Listing Allegany Officials Treasure of Miscellany Data 25-Aug-1949 Business
71 Genesee at ' Probable Record' Low in History; Rowe Never Saw Equal 18-Aug-1949 Weather
71 From Where We Sit The McEwens Dedicate a New Fire Truck and Everybody Helps ' Em Out' Annual Parade and Inspection Tonight August 24,1949 Fire Department
72 Wellsville Couple Observes 65th Wedding Anniversary August 20,1949 Anniversary
72 Girl Scout Water Pageant Attracts Capacity Audience Over 300 Attend Show; Water Spectacle to Be Given tonight August 30, 1949 Girl Scouts
73 Golden Anniversary Of New York State Historical Association and the Sixth Annual Meeting of the New York Folklore Society 18-Aug-1949 History
74 The Duke's Oak Theatre Presents Papa Is All September 9, 1949 Play/ Entertainment
74 Four County Women Attend Meeting Of Historical Society 20-Sep-1949 History
74 Conrad Arnold is Exchange Speaker; Recalls Early Days 22-Sep-1949 Speaker
75 John l and Muldoon in Belfast Famed Training Barn Still Stands 10-Sep-1949 Community/ History
76 Fassett Hotel Invitation 23-Sep-1949 Hotel
76 Businessmen Invited to Open House Friday at Hotel Fassett Modern Rooms Ready To Serve Traveling Public; Project Took Seven months September 20, 1949 Hotel
76 By Rae Rowan 24-Sep-1949 Hotel
76 Charles D. Tefft Awarded $700 RPI Army Scholarship Son of Mrs. Miriam Tefft, Late Major Lloyd Tefft Noe at Institute Army
76 Judy Ahl, Danny Gee Stage Saturday Circus To Help Polio Fund 26-Sep-1949 Entertainment/ Circus
77 Hotel Fassett's Face Lifting Is Credit To Town   Hotel
77 Monday Club Speaker Cites Operation of Red Program Erie County Judge Tells of Evidence Found in Probe of Education September 27, 1949 Education
77 Mrs. Fred Walchli Speaks to AAUW at Group's First Meet 28-Sep-1949 Entertainment
78 Reflected Movie Glory Staring Back At Us 29-Sep-1949 Movies
79 The Beacons Swimming Pools Pictured From the Air September 1949 Swimming
80 Celebration Today Marks 25 Years of Growing For Wellsville BPOE Lodge Elks, Ladies will Partake in Days' Activities; Dance This Evening October 1, 1949 Entertainment
80 Exalted Ruler Edward M. Meagher Community
80 History of Lodge Is Reviewed; Started September 23, 1924   Community/ Lodge
81 Wellsville Ornithologist Publishes Article On Local Bird Sanctuaries for ' Nature Magazine' 1-Oct-1949 Magazine
81 Howes Your Library 22-Oct-1949 Library
81 September Was the Coldest since 1918, Records Show 3-Oct-1949 Weather
82 From Where We Sit A Couple of Guys Who Speak Out Of Turn Now Must Raise $2,500 for the Girl Scouts and Brownies October 1949 Girl Scouts
82 Girl Scout Council Dinner meeting Launches Program Group of 75 Present at Congregational Church; Interesting Program October 4, 1949 Girl Scouts
82 GOP Leaders Meet U. S. Senator 5-Oct-1949 Political
82 Senator Dulles Makes Brief Stop; Meets Local Citizens Republican Nominee Clarifies His Views On Labor in Statement Political
82 Rae Rowan Book Hunt  
83 Invitation For Reverend L.A. Peatross 6-Oct-1949 Church/ Anniversary
83 Father Peatross is Honored on His 25 Anniversary   Church/ Anniversary
83 From Where We Sit Parishioners Pay Tribute to Father' Pet' Popular Episcopal Rector; Have you Registered? Church
84 Brinsley- Here's Your Answer, Which Does Take Norton Summit Down A Peg 6-Oct-1949 Weather
84 Wellsville Music Club Will Recall 30 Years of Service 8-Oct-1949 Music
85 Wounded Troopers and BulletRiddled Cars Pictures October 11, 1949 State Police
86-87 Gun- Crazy Man killed by State Trooper Two Others State Police Officers Wounded in Gun Fight Near Little Genesee October 11, 1949 State Police
88-89 Gunfight Victim Identified as Former Portland, Me., News Photographer William Furlong Howe Sought In Shooting of Game Warden October 12, 1949 shooting
88 14 Young People to Visit United Nations Thursday to Saturday 19-Oct-1949 Trips
89 Young Trout Planted in Local Pond 24-Oct-1949 Fish
89 Apollo Club Awarded Trophy In Buffalo Music Festival 24-Oct-1949 Music
90 Bradford Oil Producer Discusses History of Local Area in Talk on Oil Conservation, Development 22-Oct-1949 Oil/ Gas
90 Edmund L. Keeley to Teach in Greece; is Well Known Locally 5-Nov-1949 School
91 John P. Herrick Tells Vivid Story of Our Oil Industry Empire Oil' Most Interesting Volume Published to Date on New York Liquid Gas October 24,1949 Oil/Gas
91 " Book Week" Draws Many By Programs 16-Nov-1949 Library
92 WCS Pupils Cheer Dewey Speech Hits Government Control AU John Robarts Introduces Governor to Students in Assembly Program October 27, 1949 College
93 The Governor Of New York Wants To Know Why 27-Oct-1949 Oil
93 Death of C. V. Kerr Recalls Interesting Local History Man Who Invented First Turbine for Marine Use Came To Wellsville at Suggestion of Father-in-law November 8, 1949 Industrial
94 Fernand and Paula Scouten Like America; Say 'Rights of Other Man Respected Here' 7-Nov-1949  
95 The Wellsville Civic Symphony Orchestra 12-Nov-1949 Entertainment
95 Enthusiastic Crowd Hears Civic Orchestra Program Six Selections Presented; String Section Excellent; Adelbert Purga Conducts Music/Entertainment
96 If I Loved You    
96 Jack Bush Bowls 300 Game; Is Second In History Here Well Known Sportsman Has Regular League Average 181 November 8, 1949 Entertainment
96 Poster Contest Winners in Local Book Display Named Children's Book Week is Being Observed; Display Open to Public November 14, 1949 Library
96 State St. Bridge Steel Erected; Concrete Faces Delay to Spring 17-Nov-1949 Maintenance
97 Business and Professional Women Serve Here 25 Years Silver Anniversary Observed With Dinner at the Methodist Church; Backed Many Local Projects November 16, 1949 Anniversary/ Entertainment
97 One Shot Bags Prize Nine Pointer 25-Nov-1949 Hunting
98 Lions Club Play You Can't Take It With You November 17-18, 1949 Play/ Entertainment
99 Nancy Howe Players Prove 'You Can't Take It With You' Capacity Audience Sees Opening Night of Lions Benefits Show;Will Be Repeated Tonight at 8:15 o'clock Play/ Entertainment
99 Little Theatre Players In New Show   Entertainment
100 Senior Class of Wellsville Central School Presents I Remember Mama December 8-9, 1949 Play/ Entertainment
101 Elmore Willets, Founder of Belmont Bank, Dies   Bank
101 Ever Smiling Polio Victim Says ' Thanks' for Presents 17-Dec-1949 Thank You
101 History Collection 9-Dec-1949 History
101 Parents of Daughter February 29, 1949 Birth
102 Non Resident Hospital Rates Increased; Strict Credit Policy to be Established; Title to Property is Not Transferable 21-Feb-1948 Policy
103 Hospital Patients Must Give Guarantee Bills Will Be Paid 21-Feb-1948 Hospital
103 40,000 Hospital Operating Deficit Expected in 1948-1949 Current Deficit Stands at 38,00; Managers Approve New Budget February 21, 1948 Hospital
103 Village Attorney Rules Terms Of Will Prevent Transfer of District or County 21-Feb-1948 Law
104 Mrs. Cynthia Gridley Offers Her Share of Jones Residuary Estate For Proposed New Hospital Here Would Give Her Two- Thirds Including Endowment If Hospital is Built Here November 13, 1948 Hospital
104 From Where We Sit Cynthia Fassett Gridley's Generous Offer Brings Solution of Hospital Problem Closer November 15, 1948 Hospital
104 Mayor Expresses Thanks of Village for Hospital offer Says Mrs. Cynthia F. Gridley's Gift Opens Way to Solve Local Problem Hospital
105 Huge Majority of Area Residents in Favor of New and Modern hospital Plant Unusual Interest Is Shown In Current Hospital Survey Returns for First Five Days Hit 17 Per Cent; Large Number Comment November 21, 1949 Hospital
106 Survey Report Continues Heavy Margin in Favor of New Hospital; Poll Returns Hit 26 Per Cent Mark Better Than Ten to One Majority Want New and Modern Plant Built November 25, 1949 Hospital
107 Area Residents Vote 95.4 Per Cent in Favor of Hospital Fund Drive Lee Harder Says Poll Hits Landslide and New Record Nearly 30 Per Cent of Persons Receiving Blanks Have Returned Them December 28,1949 Hospital
108 Two Chairmen Study Plans for Proposed Hospital C. H. Stevens Is Appointed Chairman of Jones Memorial Hospital Drive; Plan Public Meeting On January 26 Hospital
109 The New Jones Memorial Hospital 26-Jan-1950 Hospital
109 From Where We Sit A Wellsville Man Takes on a Major Task; Success Will Depend on the Support of Every One of Us January 17, 1950 Hospital
109 Mercury Average At All- Time Jan. High As Reading Soars to 73 Degrees   Weather
109 Lee Harder Succeeds Father on Board of the First Trust Company Directors   Bank
110-111 Drive Launched Last Night to Raise $500,000 To Build Modern Hospital Here Southern Allegany Residents Hear Story at Mass Meeting January 27, 1950 Hospital
110 Monday Club Ladies Act as Hostesses at Hospital Meeting 27-Jan-1950 Hospital
112 December Warmest Since '31; One 36- Year Record Broken   Weather
112 Recorded Wind Gusts of Over 60 MPH Apparently Do Little Area Damage Telephone, Electric Lines Damaged; Some Windows in Stores are Braced January 14, 1950 Weather
112 From Where We Sit Special Formula; Take One Wife and One Husband, Add Two 'Hams', Two Telephones and You Have a Miracle Family
112 Monday Club is Sponsoring Project for Rating Movies Base Opinions on Reviews Taken From Large Number of Magazines; ' Inspector General' Rated Good For Whole Family January 19, 1950 Movies
113 Winding Up Half Century in Office Mrs. Carrie Leonard Looks Back on 50 Years of Service As Secretary Of the Local OES January 12, 1950 Community
114 Local Town Board Makes Appointments For Years of 1950 21-Jan-1950 Town Meeting
114 Awful Art Club's Exhibit Is 'Awfully' Entertaining Local Amateurs Fill Exhibit Room at Library With Unusual Group of Art In Many Mediums January 24, 1950 Art
114 Monday Club   Clubs
115 Archbishop Walsh, Newark, Old Allegany Boy, Notes Ordination Jubilee 26-Jan-1950 Ordination
115 Rotary Club Variety Show Wins Plaudits and Praise From a Capacity Audience Unusual Show Enjoyed by Big Crowd, Printed Program Proves to be One of the Evening's Highlights January 25, 1950 Entertainment
115 Local Boards Seek Action On Dangerous Intersection Supervisor Richard Embser Offers Cooperation of Town Board on North Main- Bolivar Road Problem January 24,1950 Traffic Control
116 Sidney Miles Heads New Red Cross Chapter; Histories of Two Units Given by Chairman William Greene Reviews Central Allegany; Other Officers Are Named January 13, 1950 Red Cross
116 Mrs. Lillian Barnes Tells Of War Work Done by Local Volunteer Workers   Red Cross
117 Empire Oil February 2, 9, 1950 Oil
118 Senior Service Girl Scouts Have Unusual Hospital Plan   Hospital/ Girl Scout
118 Trucker Arrested by FBI Here for Stealing Vehicle; Sought for Past 6 Months Six Months Hunt Ends as Driver Comes Here With Load of Butter February 11, 1950 Police Arrest
118 Just A Couple of Old Cow Hands    
118 Erie Will Pull Two Trains Off Thursday Due to Coal Shortage 14-Feb-1950 Railroads
119 Traffic Slowed as Storm Continues to Batter Area Awning at Pickup's Hotel Crashes Under Weight of Snow and Ice February 14, 1950 Weather
119 Knight Thornton Warns of Dangers in Depletion Cut Tells Congress Higher Prices for Gas, Oil Products Would Follow February 15, 1950 Oil
119 Baseball Loses Fan; Residents Recall History 1-Feb-1950 Baseball
119 Mariner Scouts Plan Bridge Benefit for July Ocean Cruise 13-Feb-1950 Girl Scouts
119 Wellsville Exchange Plans Crime Prevention Program 14-Feb-1950 Crime Prevention
120 One of the Scout Windows Winning and Award 13-Feb-1950 Boy Scout
120 Cub Reporter ' Crashes Gate' To Meet a Former First Lady Eastman Theatre's Head Electrician Finally Opens Door to Visit with Mrs. Roosevelt February 3, 1950  
121 Lincoln Poems by Miss Sisson, Coyle Collection Feature Monday Club Meet 16-Feb-1950 Monday Club
121 Heavy Cash Drain on Area, Past Year, Shown by Latest Alfred Survey Report 16-Feb-1950 Finances
121 Mrs. Thornton Finds Local, State Lore in 2 Old Books on Geography and Civics 16-Feb-1950 History
121 Local Verse Volume and Scrap Book Among Library Collection Addition 23-Feb-1950 History
122 Crime Prevention Subject of Essays Police Chief Lowell T. George, Hornell, Talks to WCS on Subject February 22, 1950 Crime Prevention
122 34 Tables of Bridge in Play at Mariner Benefit; Tea Served 22-Feb-1950 Girl Scouts
122-123 Text of Sherry Rogers Prize Winning Exchange Club Essay 23-Feb-1950 Essays
123 The Lady Found the Walking Wasn't Too Bad   Walking
123 Oliver Coats Buys Dean Drug Company; Announces Plans 23-Feb-1950 Retail
123 Worthington Supplies Coal To Angelica School Twenty Tons Made Available; Top Priority Goes To Water and Light Plant February 23, 1950 School
123 Miss Helena LeFevre To Accept Post in Poughkeepsie Library 22-Feb-1950 Library
124 Married by Civil War Chaplain 50 Years Ago 20-Feb-1950 Wedding
125 Swell Party Marks Close of 42 Years of Service   Telephone Company
126 Dutch Card Club Meets Each Wednesday for Dessert and an Afternoon of 'Serious' 500   Card Club
127 Smoke Pours from Burning Building at Height of Fire 27-Feb-1950 Fire
127 Flames Take $ 17,500 Home Toll in Zero Weather; Asbestos Siding Balks Fireman In Battle   Fire
128 Bryson Trophy Is Announced; Donor Strictly a Grouse Fan 2-Mar-1950 Sportsman Club
129 Wellsville and County Story from 1874 Told from Old Files of the Democrat 2-Mar-1950 Stories
130 News Echoes 1874- 1950 Old Days of 1874s, When Erie Scheduled Stop at Genesee Provide Opening Chapter Glimpse From Democrat Files March 9, 1950 Newspaper
131 News Echoes 1874- 1950 Must Be ' From Halifax to Harlem' Hadn't Been Invented Or Democrat Woulda Used It To Hail Big 1874 Party Sweep; Cheese Factories, Arcade R. R. , Potatoes In New Medley March 16, 1950 Newspaper
131- 132 A Great Democratic Whirlwind! It Sweeps Republicans Out of Sight From the Seaboard to the Gulf.   Political
132 Visitors in Our (1874) Midst    
133 News Echoes 1874- 1950 Political Upset 1875 Style Brings Town Election Woes; Larnin’ for 102 School Districts Brought $ 15,000 Aid School
134 Hornings? ( One I Remember) ; Well. Editor Left Gem to Regal Readers    
134 Lutheran Ladies Look Back On 56 Years of Happiness Total of 102 Ladies Today Enjoy the Work Started by Little Group of Eight on March 8, 1894. March 10, 1950 Lutherans
135- 136 News Echoes 1874- 1950 First Rumbles Heard Of Gigantic July 4th Celebration As Horse pulling Contest , Grant Rascals Get Into News 4th of July Celebration
136 Here's Some 1875 Census Figures You Can Compare With What 1950 Shows   Population
137 Ad Reprint Goes On Sinclair Board Sinclair's New Gasoline to Prevent Formation of Rust March 14, 1950 Gasoline
137 Peter Paul Luedig Gives Outstanding Performance With Grieg's Concerto 27-Mar-1950 Music/ Entertainment
138 Lions Minstrel Wows Big Crowd; On Again Tonight Service Club Boys, Back , Give fifth Year, Give Night of Real Entertainment to Capacity Crowd March 3, 1950 Entertainment
138 He Can't Run But He Will Win 13-Mar-1950 Political
139 Pioneer Doctors Supply Link For Modern Hospital 16-Mar-1950 Hospital
139 Dr. Dargitz Sanitarium Pioneer Link In Hospital Care in Wellsville Area 23-Mar-1950 Hospital
139 Local People Attend Area Picnic in St. Petersburg 30-Mar-1950 Community
140 Fathers of Baseball in Wellsville 18-Mar-1950 Baseball
141 Morrison Hayes Post Celebrates Birthday 14-Mar-1950 Birthday
141 Wellsville Civic Symphony Orchestra Ready for Concert Sunday Afternoon 24-Mar-1950 Music/ Entertainment
142 School Officials at Annual Senior Tea 22-Mar-1950 School
142 Nancy Howe Players Do Fine Job With 'The Corn Is Green' 24-Mar-1950 Library / Entertainment
143 Genesee Crest is Rising; May Reach Flood Stages; Foot Bridge Endangered Possible Disaster Stage is 10 O'Clock This Evening March 28,1950 Flooding
143 Rising Waters Follow Warm Weather, Melting Snow Madison Hill Weather
144-145 Schools, Industry, Homes Hit By Roaring Flood Water; Reed Promises Relief Sinclair Refinery Has Big Loss From Flooding Waters March 29, 1950 Flooding
144 Action Follows Mayor Martin for Local Aid Congressman Reports Army Engineers Have Allocated 20,000 Fund Disaster
145 Temporary Foot Bridge Cut Off by Water   Flooding
145 Best Reserved Seat in the House   Flooding
146 No Little Snowmen For These Guys 8-Mar-1950 snowman building
147 News Echoes 1875- 1950 Wilds of Potter Prize Fish Tale April 6, 1950 Fishing Story
147 Boy Revolt By Dunc McEwen   Community
148 News Echoes 1875- 1950 Plum Bottom' Sunday School', Tanneries In August '75 Grist; Odd Squib Heralds Tullar Birth; Politics Get Fall Tune- Up Church
149 Fighting Wellsville’s Fires for 221 Years 5-Apr-1950 Fire
149 Dimes Make Dollars for Girl Scout Fund Swells to $ 17 Mark   Girl Scouts
149 Allegany County Guild   Church
150- 151 News Echoes 1875-1950 Democrat Turns Attack On Earley to Poll Capital; Hi York's Cow and Limestone Oildorado Top '75 News Political
151 Younger Generation Comes Through   Fishing
151 Higgins, Wellsville Native, Ousted UP Prague Newsman 20-Apr-1950  
151 Alwin Schaller Speaks to Allegany County Dairyman 28-Apr-1950 Farming
152 News Echoes 1875- 1950 Catholic Church Art Work, Macken's Election Bet Coup StartUs Off On Final Review Chapter of 1875 Volume April 27, 1950 Church
152 Letter to Editor    
153 Over 150 Persons at Annual Banquet of Rod and Gun Club 12-Apr-1950 Rod and Gun Club
153 Banquet Speakers and President of Club 12-Apr-1950 Rod and Gun Club
153 Troop 4 Girl Scouts Visiting Washington 8-Apr-1950 Girl Scouts
154 Will Receive Outstanding Award Charles W. Fuller Develops Working Program Safety April 10, 1950 Community
154 Local Girl's Art Wins Prize   Art
155 New York State Champions to Present Annual Concert This Week 18-Apr-1950 Music/ Entertainment
155 Over $100,000 Left to Four Organizations   Community
156-157 Jones Memorial Hospital Total Reaches $ 564,507 in Great Community Drive   Hospital
158 Representatives From Every Area Present For Big Banquet Roar of Applause Greets Announcement by Chairman Stevens April 19, 1950 Memorial Gifts
158 From Where We Sit A Grand Bunch of Folks from a Grand Section Unite and Make New Jones Memorial Hospital a Reality Hospital
159 New Chamber President Looks Over Job Ahead 28-Apr-1950 Chamber of Commerce
159 Four Area Organizations Receive $ 26,775 Each from Will of the Late Katherine Wack Coats Trinity Lutheran, Alfred University, Woodlawn and Blind Included April 24,1950 Community
160 Father Peatross Ordained In Japan 36 Years Ago Today 1-May-1950 ordainment
160 Snowfall ( So Far) Double Average for Past 62 Years   Weather
160 Local Residential Sections Only Ones Hit in Postal Cut 3-May-1950 Mail
160 Alfred Weather Man Doesn't Think More Snow is Coming Total of 103.5 Inches is the Third Highest Snowfall in Past 60 Years; Month of May was Average. June 7,1950 Weather
161 Local Student Musicians Cop Highest Award 8-May-1950 Music/ Entertainment
161 Participate in May Fellowship Day Service 9-May-1950 Church
162 Pictures    
163- 164 Mariner Girl Scouts Turn Back Pages of Local History With Outstanding Fashion Show Here 2-May-1950 Girl Scouts
164 Molly Scott Wins Poetry Award In National Contest 10-May-1950 PoetryContest
164 Federal Fund, Local Pledges Bring Total to $830,896 US Health Service Ok Expected; Work on Building Plan Continues May 4, 1950 Hospital
164 Large Crowd Enjoys Junior Class Comedy 13-May-1950 Entertainment
164 George Probst Dies Here; Funeral Services Tuesday Prominent in Engineering Field; Local Worthington Sales Manager May 15, 1950 Business Man
165 Chester McEnroe, Sr., Dies Services to be Wednesday Prominent in Oil Business; Former Alma Township Supervisor May 15, 1950 Oil Businessman/ Alma Supervisor
165 Wellsville to Get Plaque For Safety Record in 1949 17-May-1950 Safety
165 Firemen, Auxiliary Display Uniforms In Parade Through Town 25-May-1950 Fire Department
166 Two Featured in Roller Gaieties of 1950 22-May-1950  
167 News Echoes 1875- 1950 Hi York Cow Mary A. Led Him Merry Chase; Maggie, Too, To Reclaim 'Yareling Bool' May 4, 1950 Newspaper
168 News Echoes 1876- 1950 George Fredrick Bursts Into '76 Print; Angelica Regency Demise Told in Verse May 11, 1950 Newspaper
169 News Echoes 1876- 1950 ‘Twas Trapper Brook In Bygone Years; ' 76 Masonic Reception Brilliant Affair Newspaper
170 News Echoes 1876- 1950 76 Trade Board Gets New Lease On Life; 'Ace' Wedding Story, Fires In New Grist Wedding/ Fires
170 Mrs. Carrie Leonard Serves OES 50 Years; Honored at Meeting 9-May-1950 50th Anniversary
170 Worthington Employees Give Sound Projector to Hospital Gift Made as Memorial to Late George R. Probst and Clarence L. Miller, Worthington Executives 5/14/1950 Hospital
171 High School Addition Approved 494 to 73 by Central School District Voters Work on $ 725,000 Project Will Begin About August 1 June 1950 School
171 They Were Given a Big Vote of Confidence   School
172 Winning Band Marches Along Main Street   School Band
172 Legion Parade Is Largest Since Southwestern in 1946 Twenty Six Units take part; $340 in Prizes Awarded Seven Groups June 12, 1950 Parade
172 Fritz' Buck Given the Nod As Candidate for Congress Popular Wellsville Democrat Backed by Both Burdick and Rogers June 20, 1950 Political
172 Ross R. McClure Dies; With Pioneer Store Firm 54 Years 21-Jun-1950 Business
173 Episcopal Bishop Makes First Visit Here 19-Jun-1950 Church
173 Aunt Jane' Re-Visits Home; Recalls Old Friends, Genesee 20-Jun-1950 Friends
173 New Pipe Organ In St. Johns Church Entirely Finished 14-Jun-1950 Church
173 Wellsville Population Up 856 During Past Ten Years Village Total Jumps 416 from 5,942 in 1940- 6,358 This Year June 29, 1950 Population
174 Nancy Howe Players to Enact Comedy 15-Jun-1950 Library/ Entertainment
174 Country Club Past President Given Gift 19-Jun-1950 Country Club
175 No More Lessons, No More Books--Just Vacation 23-Jun-1950 School
175 Genesee's $20,000 Flood Control Project Underway 26-Jun-1950 Maintenance/ Flooding
176 Mrs. Harry Bradley Named Honorary Trustee Art Alfred Mrs. George Holbrook Succeeds Her as Active Member of the Board College Alfred University
176 Winners in Flower Show Are Named; Event Closes Today About 100 Persons Served Tea on Library Terrace; Garden Club is Sponsor June 23, 1950 Library/ Garden Club
176 Nancy Howe Players Do Good Job With a Difficult Play 26-Jun-1950 Library
176 Bishop Stark Will Visit Parishes; Open House Saturday   Church
177 News Echoes 1876- 1950 76 Fire Razes Union School, Loss $ 4,500; Town Election Gives Editor a Warm-Up School/ Fire
178 News Echoes 1876- 1950 Howland Murder by Hoodlums, Big '76 News; Editor Tunes Up Historic Election Murder
179 News Echoes 1876-1950 Boss Nobles' 'Fine Carriage Horse' Too Much on the Blarney Side for Jim Thornton June 15, 1950 Carriage Horse
180 News Echoes 1876-1950 Here's One Where '76 Newweds had to Run Gauntlet; Martin Grover's First Case June 22, 1950 Weddings
181 News Echoes 1876-1950 Foland of 1876 Era Served 3 Towns as Supervisor, Willing Historians Find June 29, 1950 History
181 Vote '76 School; ' Rebels' Hit for Caucus Invasion 29-Jun-1950 School
182 Wellsville Gets Safety Honor Certificate 19-Jul-1950 Safety
182 New Bridge Gets Formal Christening 19-Jul-1950 Construction
182 West State Street Bridge Opened With Ceremony Several County officials on Hand; Fire Trucks First Over Structure July 12, 1950 Construction
182 Bohnes Buyt Lesuer House, North Main 6-Jul-1950 House Buying
183 Ancestors of New West State Street Bridge 7-Jul-1950 Picture
184 Youth Council Program Gets Praise From State Official Mrs. Edith Cheney Lists Local; Organizations As ' One of the Best' July 22, 1950 Youth Council
184 Local Songwriter Will be Featured in 'American Weekly' 18-Jul-1950 Music
184 Theodore Randall Is Proprietor of Shop Producing Stoneware 22-Jul-1950 Business
184 Town to Restrict Commercial Building in Morningside Riverside Will Get Protection, in Same Ordinance, Board Says July 20, 1950 Residences
185 Veteran Photographer Retires Photography and Sports Are 'Stew's' Favorite Pastimes July 5, 1950 Photographer
185 July Coolest Month in Past 25 Years 12-Aug-1950 Weather
185 E. Dyke Street Best Condition All Time   Best Street
186 Farnum's Book Gives Us Peeks Into Our Past 22-Jul-1950 Book
186 Mariners Fill Cruise Fund With Gay Water Pageant 28-Jul-1950 Entertainment/ Cruise
186 Call of West Grips Publisher' Wife; Son Will Edit Paper Next Five Weeks   Newspaper Editor
186 Fritz Buck, On Trip Home, Reveals Plans for Active Congress Campaign 26-Jul-1950 political
187 News Echoes 1876- 1950 Medley of '76 Chit- Chat Slants To Politics With Variation In Old Record of Fires July 6, 1950 Fires
188 News Echoes 1876- 1950 76 Juror List Stirs Editor's Bolivar Ties; Fish Just Waited For Bait; Hark This July 13, 1950 Friends
188 News Echoes 1876- 1950 Dim View One has of '75 Anglers in Potter; Judging from Rash Scribe Nichols Gets Into July 20, 1950 Fishing
188-189 Fishing Excursion 23-Jul-1950 Fishing
190 News Echoes 1876- 1950 Stores Closing July 4th Then, Signed Up; Tilden Campaign takes Warmup Spotlight July 27, 1950 Stores Closing for Holiday
191 News Echoes 1876- 1950 Taps for Joe Gillies; Mrs. Hendryx Slain; Rigdon, Early Mormon, Dies in Friendship Aug. 3, 1950  
192 News Echoes 1876- 1950 Gossip Points To Mate in Cuba Murder; Editor in Prophet Role Sees Women Voting August 10, 1950 Murder
192 Hundred Thousand Club to Have Luncheon at Bolivar 17-Aug-1950 Clubs
192 " Sam" Cleveland Retires; 32 Years With Scoville's August 0, 1950 Retirement
192 From Where We Sit Plenty of 'Heart's Delight' Comes to Scoville, Brown Family at Open House-- Some Notes on Baseball and Television Business
193 Republican Primary Large Primary Vote Here Gives Jones An Ample Majority August 23, 1950 Political
193 DP Hungarian Family Will Arrive Today, Father is Shoemaker 10-Aug-1950 Business
193 Pomato, Topato Fall to Potato Ball Name Says Maynard Scott 18-Aug-1950 Tomatoes
193 Catherine Schuyler DAR Chapter Meets in Rushford 17-Aug-1950 Church
194 News Echoes 1876- 1950 Hoss Race in Stannards Told in Editor Nichols' Best Style August 24, 1950  
194 Miss Barbara Chapin Is New York State AAUW Arts Chairman 18-Sep-1950 Art
195 Mrs. Roosevelt Devotes ' My Day' Column To Carnaval Caravan 17-Aug-1950 Carnaval Caravan
195 Drive- In Foes Vigorous; Town Board Withhold Reply Opposing Petitions, Straw Vote Brought Out by Interested Persons Entertainment/ Movies
195 She Has Worked 17 Years at Post Office; Retires Today 31-Aug-1950 Postal
196 New Jones Memorial Hospital Shown in Sketch Prepared by the Architects 10-Aug-1950 Hospital
196 Youth Grab Titles at Swimming Championships 1-Sep-1950 Swimming
197 He Gave His Life in Korean Battle Cal' Goetschius Killed; First Wellsville Soldier To Die in Korean Fighting September 9, 1950 Soldier
197 The Rains Came, Not Title of This, But The Rains Came 11-Sep-1950 Weather
197 Lunn Family Gives $5, 100 to Provide Hospital Memorial September 0, 1950 Hospital
197 Hows Your Library   Library
198 Anchors Aweigh! Mariners Embark Tomorrow for Cruise 2-Aug-1950 Mariner Scouts
198 Mariners Are Over Bounding Main, But Yankee Sails On   Mariner Scouts
198 Yankee Scuttlebutt: A Poem, Appendectomy & Seasickness!   Bus and water trips
198 Dream Over, Mariners Dock Yankee and Return Home 14-Aug-1950 Mariners Scouts
199 Mariner, Girl Scout Films Shown, Big Crowd Attends 5-Aug-1950 Mariner Girl Scout
199 Knight Thornton is Local Attendance Head for API Meet 16-Sep-1950 Petroleum Company
199 Deciding Vote Cast against Proposed Drive- In Theatre 17-Sep-1950 Drive - In Theatre
200 Annual Meeting New York State Historical Association September 21- 23, 1950 History
201 A Bomb Shadow Falls on Parleys of N. Y. Historians   Bombing
201 McKelvey Honored for His 2 Works On City's History Dr. Perkins Calls for Clearer Perception of U. S. Problems History
202 First Draftees Go for Induction 27-Sep-1950 Induction
202 Sparkling Smiles of Girls to Help Boys Along 29-Sep-1950 School Cheerleaders
203 Blacked Right Out In Black Forest, Writer Notes of Weird Sunday Jaunt 28-Sep-1950 Black Forest
203 Temperature Slips to 37 Degrees Early This Morning 25-Sep-1950 Weather
203 American's Creed 21-Sep-1950 Constitution Day