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 four of the scrapbooks. The first entry for each is the scrapbook page the item appears on.

Please contact the Allegany County Historical Society ( 607-478-5390 or email us at ) for more information about individual items mentioned in this listing. When you contact us, please include the volume number and the full line of information for that item.

Wellsville Scrapbooks:  Vol.1.  Vol.2.    Vol.3.     Vol.4   

Wellsville Scrapbook Vol. 4 Index

Page,Article Title,About/Comments,Category
1,"George B. Rooth, Jr. Dies Today; Was President of First Trust Co.","Heart Attack Is Fatal To Village Business, Civic Leader Stricken Yesterday",Bank
1,From Where We Sit,"Death of George B. Roath, Jr. Has Taken ''from Us a Friend Who Did Much to Mold Our Life",Death
2,"Leaders Pay Respect to Late George B. Rooth, Jr.","Banks, Industries, Governments Represented at Services Here Yesterday",Death
3,"George B. Rooth, Jr., Death Saddens Area; Friend To Thousands Set His Bank Star High; Democrat With Unique 45 - Year Village Record",Wellsville's Beloved Banker,Death
5,Allegany County Civil Defenses Operate As ' Bomb' Blasts Buffalo,Director Robert L. Coulter Describes Test as Going Off ' Quite Well' June 1955,Bomb
5,Local Post Office Receives First Of Brighter Colored Postal Trucks,,Postal
6,First Bulk Milk Tank in County Calibrated,"June 0, 1955",Milk Tank
6,Duke Hose Company Open House Saturday To Feature New Truck,"May 0, 1955",Fire Department
7,Graduation Sunday Night at Wellsville's Catholic School,"June 0, 1955",Graduation
7,History of Island Park Field for Little Leaguers Reviewed,"June 0, 1955",Baseball
7,Top Gasser of East Blows Up,"June 0, 1955",Explosion
8,Air of Mystery Hangs over Dime Reclaiming,14-Aug-55,Fireman
8,Missing 18 Cents Raises Big Mystery to Wellsville Elders,,Robbery
8,Flood Control Appropriation For Wellsville Passes House,,Flood
8,From Where We Sit,Legal Experts Contend That Inflammation and Democrats Caused Old City Hall to Turn into Pennies August 1955,Political
9,Diplomas Awarded to 115 In Wellsville High Graduation,Four Student Speakers Talk On Phases of Empire State,School/ Graduation
10,Seventh Election District Is Approved by town Board,Await County Commission Action; Four of Present Six Districts Altered July 1955,Political
10, School Budget Indicates Boost of About $ 4 in New Tax Rates,Several Factors Enter into Increase; Instructional Costs Are Major Item June 1955,School
10,Final Grant Is Made For Wellsville Station,,Radio Station
11,Sinclair And Oil Workers Reach Contract Agreement In New York,Wellsville Refinery Operating Normally Today; Nationwide Strike Averted,Oil
11,One Fire Hall Goes Up While Another Comes Down,,Fire
12,Mrs. Harry Bradley Dies; Was Active in Local Affairs,"Local Woman Participated In Many Political, Civic, Philanthropic Activities August 1955",Community
12,Parking Change Gives Street 'New Look',"August 0, 1955",Maintenance
12,$ 350 Million Flood Curb Fund Voted; Democrats Get Reed Out of Hock,"August 0, 1955",Flood
13,Wellsville Braves End Season With First Division Position,Fourth Time In History Wellsville In Playoffs,Baseball
13,Hamilton Scores Clean Sweep in Pony Playoff,,Pony League / Sports
13,Worthington Supervisors Club told of Flood Control Work,,Flood
13,New Oil Price $ 3. 60 Barrel,,Flood
14,Busy Corners Are Quiet During Air Raid Drill Yesterday Afternoon,"June 0, 1955",Traffic
14,The Reporter Now On Microfilm at Howe Library,"June 0, 1955",Library
15,From Where We Sit,School Taxpayers Faced With Sharp Increase as Costs of Modern Education Continue Upward Spiral,School
15,"Willing , Belmont Neighbors Report on Wellsville's Age",14-Jul-55,Historical
15,Thankful Fourth Grader Gets Last Shot,,School/ Hospital
15,ICC Suggests WAG Buy Part of B&O Line,"Wellsville, Addison, Galeton Railroad Corporation Has Contract to Buy Section",Railroad
17,"Allegany County Towns, Villages Got Their Names in Many Ways",15-Sep-55,Community
18,The Reporter Is Undergoing a Face- Lifting,,Newspaper
18,Latest Piece of Garbage Removal Equipment Makes Local Debut,,Garbage
19,Finishing Touches Are Being Put On Outside of Building,,Firehall
19,"New Fire Hall, Police Station Building Almost Done",,Firehall
21,Worthington Process to Recover Billions of Barrels of Crude Oil,Two- Year Tests in Illinois Field Called Successful; Designing Equipment,Oil
21,John Wheeler Obituary Has Bit Of Reporters History,,Businessman
22,Old Days Come to Allegany County Fair,,Fair
22,They Had Political Wars in Those Old Days,,Political
23,"Citizens National Bank, Andover National Will Consolidate","Andover Staff to Continue in Charge of Office There Resources of Consolidated Bank Total $7 Million; Capital Funds $700,000 December 20, 1955",Bank
23,Diesel Engine Replaces Steam on Wag Line,,Train
24,"Taxpayer's Money in Wellsville is Put to Use in Many, Varied Ways","Village Clerk Compiles Some Figures to Show How Bond Money was Used, Repaid",Bonds
25,Thornton Building Destroyed in Sub Zero Weather 73 Years Ago,,Weather
25,Sinclair Increases Oil Price to $ 4 Effective Today,,Oil
25,Allegany Rates Salt Rising Bread Capital Title,,Salt Rising Bread
26,Legal Notice,"Notice of Special District Meeting of Central School District No. 1 of the Towns of Wellsville, Scio, Willing, Alma, Andover, and Independence, Allegany County, New York",School
26,Purchase of Raceway for School Approved,"Surplus of $25,000 to Be Used to Purchase Site for New School Building",School
27,Map for Proposed Site for New Elementary School,,School
27,Florida Escapes New Cold Spell in South,,Weather
28,Genesee Rolls Mess of Silt. Mud Through Area in 12 Foot Crest,Water & Light Gauge Shows Crest Hill for Two Hours Starting at 7 a.m. Today,Flood
28,From Where We Sit,"Busy Telephone Gals, Army Engineers Have Ringside Seats; Hail on the Roof, Plenty of Weather",Weather
28,River Gauge Readings Are Listed Here,,Weather
29,Golden Age Club,"White Elephant Sale, Girl Scouts, March Birthday Party, Prize for History on Allegany Singing 1956",Music/ Entertainment
29,New Flood Crest Rolls Through Village Today; Sinclair Refining Company Plant Closed Down,Genesee River Gauge Shows River at 12.8 Feet Today; Several Streets Flooded,Flood
29,Town Road Washed As Heavy Rains and Snow Water Cause Flooding,,Flood
29,Good Neighbors Are Found Aiding Others Combat Flood Waters,,Flood
30,"Village, Sinclair Dam Proves of Little Use",,Flood
30,Swift Moving Dyke Creek Attracts Much Attention,,Flood
31,"Emergency Dike is Laid by Village, Town Workmen",,Flood/ Sandbags
31,Water Logged Tullar Field Bleachers Are Really Vacant,,Flood
32,Sinclair Posts Crude Oil Boost To $ 4. 57 Effective Yesterday,"All Major Producers in Bradford and Allegany Meet Seep Raise July 17, 1956",Oil
32,"Feud With Happy Twist, Revives Story of Meteor In St. John's Walls","February 0, 1956",Church
32,"William Duke, Sr. Named to Racing's Hall of Fame","Trained Winning Horses For W. K. Vanderbilt and the Aga Khan September 14, 1956",Horse Racing
32,Air Preheater To Build Low Bay Extension on Plan 2 This Spring,,Building Maintenance
33,Statue at Island Park Was Built To Honor Soldier Buried in Scio,,Statue
34,Wellsville Braves Capture Pony League Pennant Honors,Pennant Winning Braves Capture Governor's Cup Serie,Baseball / Pony League
34,Right Formula Finally Found After 15 Years,,Pony League / Sports
35,Wellsville is Host for Dedication Day Tomorrow,,Dedication Day
35,Citizens of This Section Invited to Big Civic Party,Scores Of Cash and Other Prizes to Be Given Away During Afternoon,Dedication Day
35,Tomorrows Program,Public Dance in Community Building from 9 to 11 PM,Dedication Day
36, You Were There' Version of Day Flames Roared in Old City Hall to Open New Era,"Smoke Billows Over Old City Hall in Big Fire September 14, 1956",Fire
37,Wellsville's Newest and Most Modern Building,,Fire
37,Parking Lots Available in New Development,,Parking Problems
38,History of Fire Department,14-Sep-56,Fire Department
38,From Where We Sit," Death of Old City Hall in Spectacular Fire Brought New Erato Village and Her Neighbors September 14, 1956",Fire
38,Extension of Madison Street Part of Project,,Road Construction
39,Dedication Day Speaker Predicts Route 17 Will Be Super Highway,Program Moved Indoors Saturday Due to Downpour; Mayor Ludden Speaks,Dedication Day
39,Firemen Plan to Show Visitors Tomorrow How Automatic Alarm Works,,Fire Department
39,This Mystery Was Never Solved,14-Sep-56,City Hall
39,Andover Band to Play For Free Dance as Part of Big Dedication Day,,Dedication Day
40,Drop Structure is Nearing Completion,,Structure Building
40,The Fire That Opened Way For New Parking Lots,,Fire
41,Construction of Wellsville's New Many - Purpose Building in Ending,Fire Equipment is Expected To be Housed January 1; Exterior Almost Finished December 1955,Fire Department
41, Modern Street Opened Up to Meet West State,,New Street and Parking Lot Project
42,Heavy Machinery Works on Flood Control Project ,"December 0, 1956",Flood
42,Flood Control Work Proceeds Along Dyke Creek,,Flood
43,Visibility From Pearl Street Bridge Improved,,Visibility
43,Bolivar Road Flats Take On New Look,,Visibility
44,Committee Appointed to Further Plans for Skating Rink and Lagoon,Officers Are Elected at Meeting; Work Partially Completed on Big Project,Skating Rink Project
44,"New Ice Skating Pond, Canoe Lagoon is Being Built",,Skating Rink Project
44,New Thornton Building Will Be Used By Phone Company,,Phone
45,Winter Intervenes to Erase First Flood Threat of Year,"January Thaw Runoff Along With Rainfall, Ice Jams Cause Water to Overflow",Weather / Flood
45,Ice Jam in Genesee River Causes Flooding,,Flooding
45,Flooding River Brings Early Call for Help,,Flooding
46,"Firemen's Inspection, Program Is Forced Indoors by Heavy Rain",Francis Crowley of State Board of Fire Gives Principal Address January 1956,Firemen's Inspection and Weather
47,Architect's Concept of Worthington Corporation's New Office Building,Architect's Concept of Worthington Corporation's New Office Building,Worthington Corporation
47,Details of Worthington's New Building Are Explained,,
48,Teachers Are Guests of Industry,,Teachers
48,First Congregational Church to Observe its Centennial,,Church
48,Congregational Church Centennial Is Changed From June 2 to June 30,,Church
49,New Preheater Plant Rising On Andover Road Site ,,Preheater
49,Long Time No See… Then Pause For Look- See and There Tis ' LongEfellow' On Municipal Hall,,Workman
49,Lagoon Rink Census Planned,,Ice Skating
50,"First Trust , Canaseraga Bank Merge With $ 11, 500,000 Assets",,Banks
50,One of Oldest Wellsville Firms Changes Hands,"Ward Jewelry Store Sold to Wellsboro, Pa. Couple One of Main Street's Oldest Business Firms Changes Ownership Today",Jewelry Store
51,Study inside of Turbine at Worthington Open House,,Worthington Company
51,Polio Campaigners Discuss Strategy for Drive,,Polio Fund
52,Underground Wall of Flame to Recover,,Petroleum
53,Lost Oil,,Oil
53,Road Signs Placed Along Town Highways,,Road Signs
53,Flames Shoot Up In Cracking Still Blaze,,Fire
54,First In Area Construction Is Being Tried by Whitford,Telephone Company Offices Being Erected in Latest Method of 'Lift Slabbing',Telephone
54,Plan Slab Lift' Tomorrow at New Thornton Building,Unusual Operation is Feature of New Building; Test Scheduled Today,Thornton Building
54,New Erection Methods Used in Telephone Building,,Telephone
55,Roof of ' Lift Slab' Thornton Building is Lifted,,Thornton Building
55,Flood Control Work Progresses Neat Sinclair Dam,,Flood
56,Flood Control Project as Seen From the Air,"November 0, 1957",Flood
56,Ford Agency in Wellsville Moves to New Location,"November 0, 1957",Ford Agency
57,Corporation Is Formed to Promote Industries For Wellsville,Aims to Aid Both Present. Future Development in Area Sponsored by Chamber; Public Meeting to be Held in Near Future,Industry
57,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
57,Yesterday's Weather Ideal for Skating at the Lagoon,,Ice Skating
58,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
58,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
58,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
58,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
58,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
58,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
59,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
59,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
59,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
59,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
59,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
59,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
60,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
60,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
60,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
60,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
63,Miss Agnes M. Searle is Fatally Injured in Fall From Horse Here,"Accident Victim Dies Today of Cerebral Concussion Worked as Office Nurse June 28, 1957",Horse Injury
63,Leaves for Okinawa,28-Jun-57,PVT. Frank J. Carlin
63,Peter Fitzer Named to Important Post At Legion Boys State,28-Jun-57,Legion Boys State
63,Elmer J. Schneble Named Second Lieutenant In Army,28-Jun-57,Army
63,Out of The Reporter Files,29-Jun-57,Reporter Files
64,Out of The Reporter Files,1-Jul-57, Reporter Files
64,Richard Reuning Receives Violin Talent Aid Award,1-Jul-57,Music/ Entertainment
64,R. L. Dickinson's Grandson Plays in Good Will Concert,1-Jul-57,Music/ Entertainment
64,Out of The Reporter Files,3-Jul-57,Reporter Files
64,Woolworth Store to Close; Property Sold to Rockwells,"Rockwell Officials Say Future Use of Property to be Decided Later July 3, 1957",Woolworth / Rockwells
65,Roland Ketchners Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary,,Anniversary
65,Union Summer Services Planned By Local Churches,3-Jul-57,Churches
65,James Arnold Aboard Lake Champlain When Flash Fire Hits Her,5-Jul-57,Fire
66,John Gordons Are Observing Sixtieth Anniversary Today,5-Jul-57,Anniversary
66,Out of The Reporter Files,5-Jul-57,Reporter Files
66,Receives Degree,, Collage Graduate
67,Reporter Mystery Farm For This Week,"Mystery Farm Owner Carved Enterprise from Brush Land July 5, 1957",Mystery Farm
67,Wife of Gabby Hayes Succumbs in Burbank ,8-Jul-57,Gabby Hayes
67,Out of The Reporter Files,8-Jul-57,Reporter Files
68,Out of The Reporter Files,14-Feb-57,Reporter Files
68,Former Wellsville Men Attend Homecoming,14-Feb-57,Homecoming
68,Miss Muriel Hills Gives Vocal Concert at Fredonia,14-Feb-57,Music/ Entertainment
69,Catherine Schuyler Chapter DAR Has History of 60 Active Years,25-Jul-57,DAR
70,Brownies Participate in Flyup,24-May-58,Brownies
70,Panelists in Discussed of Juvenile Delinquency,26-Mar-55,Juvenile Delinquency
71,Out of The Reporter Files,26-May-58,Reporter Files
71,High School Science Show Open to Public,Exhibit Will Feature Work of Science Students; Show is in Cafeteria,School
71,Out of The Reporter Files,14-May-58,Reporter Files
71,An Eighth Grader,20-May-58,Spelling Champion
71,Perry- Blaisdell,14-May-58,Engagement
71,Dr. McCarty Injured in Auto Accident at Dyke Underpass Today,9-Mar-55,Car Accident
71,Word Received of Sudden Death of Clifton Harrington,23-Mar-55,Death
72,Out of The Reporter Files,24-Jun-58,Reporter Files
72,Financial Report of Auxiliary is Given to Hospital Board,"Between May 1957- 1958 Women;'s Group Presents Sum of More than $ 8,000.",
72,Out of The Reporter Files,20-May-58,Reporter Files
73,Teachers Held Responsible For Character Building,"Dr. Beavens, in Closing Address of Convention, Cites Moral Obligation February 1934",Teachers' Conference
73, Attend the Republican Caucus Tonight,,Political
73,May Get Twist,,Education System
74,"Postmaster, Closing Career Under Eight Presidents, Ready to Turn Job Over to Publisher of Democrat","June 29,1935",Postal Service
75,"Former Resident, Sister of Famed Playwright, is the Third in Family to Write, Penning Story of Old Horse","March 0, 1938",Writer
76,Elston Howe Killed In Plane Crash Near Rexville,"Companion is Badly Injured; Plane Wrecked; Two Young Men Flying Here to Spend Weekend With Parents of Dead Youth April 4, 1941",Plane Crash
76,Elston J. Howe Rites Yesterday in Local Church,Services Held in Christian Temple- Auditorium Filled- Burial Made in North Binghamton Pa. Cemetery,Plane Crash Accident
77,Death Claims Second Flyer; Cause of Crash is Mystery,"Log of Ship's Flight Sheds Little Light on Case- Eye Witness Tells Story April 7, 1941",Plane Crash
78,Elston J. Howe ,7-Apr-41,Obituary of plane crash
78,"Wellsville Pays Last Tribute to Police Chief "" Tim"" Shine","Business Houses and Offices Close During Services This Morning April 7, 1941",Memorial Service
78,Village Trustees Vote Tribute to Timothy J. Shine,"April 9,1941",Tribute
78,Orchestra and Male Chorus to Give Concert Tomorrow,"Program Will Start at 4 O'Clock Sharp In Nancy Howe Auditorium April 5, 1941",Music/ Entertainment
78,Girl Scouts to Honor Mrs. G. Luebkeman,"April 9,1941",Girl Scouts
79,Rod & Gun Club Will Hold Silver Anniversary Party,Local Organization Formed 25 Years Ago Last Fall- Bob Perry to Speak,Anniversary
79,Wins Laurels,"Helen Dreher Attains ""Who's Who'"" Rating Valedictorian of Class of '41, Ex- Editor of "" Owl"" Gains National Award March 1945",Valedictorian
79,Wins Honors The owl,Joanne Duke Chosen ' Miss Ohio University' Past Assistant Editor of 'Owl' Merits Collegiate Laurels; to Edit School Yearbook,Assistant Editor
80,"""Owl"" Awarded Medalist Rating, Victory Star in National Competition at Columbia; Sports page Wins "" All Columbian"" Honor",Local Newspaper Selected one of Seven Top Publications in New York and New Jersey; Annual Convention Cancelled by War Mobilizer James Byrnes,Editor of Prize Paper
80,"William Duke, Jr. Sees Chance Racing Ban to Be Lifted Soon",8-May-45,Horse Racing
81,Seniors to Address Commencement Audience,"45 Commencement program To Feature Senior Speakers June 1, 1946",Senior Class
81,Wellsville Residents In Solemn Mood On V-E Day Public Program at 4 P.M.,"Display of Flags Only Outward Manifestation Churches Also Schedule Memorials May 5, 1948",V-E Day
82,"George B. Rooth Jr. , Urges Victory Buying of War Bonds","Asks County Residents to Celebrate Victory by Putting 7th War Loan Over Top May 7, 1945",War Bonds
82,"Masons To Hold Annual Father, Son Banquet Here Thursday Night",7-May-45,Entertainment
82,Wellsville Man Helps Take New Cruiser Into First Fight With Japs,7-May-45,Fight War
83,Sgt. Edward Dorney Paid Final Tribute As First of War Dead Brought Home,18-Dec-47,War Vet
83,"Fire Loss $110,000 To Robbins Store; In Stubborn Blaze",25-Nov-48,Fire
83,Travel in Ye Olden Days Revealed in 1962 Paper,18-Mar-48,Travel
83,A. W. Corwin Praised by State for Work in Allegany County,25-Nov-48,Praise for Measure and Weights
84,"Final Tribute Paid to A.L. Cornwell, Inventor",25-Nov-48,Last Tribute
84,John M. Harris is Chosen Winner of Chevrolet Contest,13-Jan-49,Car Contest
84,From Where We Sit,"Dr. Beavens, in Closing Address of Convention, Cites Moral Obligation February 1934",Car Accident
84,Richard Shear Named President of C. of C.,14-Apr-49,Chamber of Commerce
84,From Where We Sit,"The Judges were Divided; British Come Up With Some Hospital Ideas; Thanks for the Support January 13, 1949",Hospital
85,Five Men Killed When Car Strikes Tree,Four Die Instantly When Auto Crashes at Nearby Elm Valley This Morning Fifth Passenger Passes Away in Ambulance; Services This Weekend,Car Accident
86-87,"County Men Pass Muster of Interview With Pope, As Trip Abroad Highlight",14-Apr-49,Interview With Pope
87,Charles Strucken New Wellsville Fire Chief,14-Apr-49,Firemen
88,114 Graduates Get Diploma; Awards Made to Honor Students,30-Jun-49,School Graduation
88,Immaculate Conception School Has Graduation Exercises Here Sunday,30-Jun-49,School Graduation
88,Projector Given Library Custody,30-Jun-49,Library
89,"Charles Ricker, Phone Pioneer, Near 90 Rates Much of Allegany History Itself",4-May-50,Phone/ Allegany History
89,Emergency Flood Control Work to Be Started Here Within Next Three Weeks,"Chief of Army Engineers Approves $20,000 for Genesee. Dyke Program March 31,1950",Flood
90,"Jones Memorial Hospital Reaches $387,563 as the Public Campaign Opens","Teams of Workers Starting Drive to Raise the Balance March 31, 1950",Hospital
91,Meet Your Hospital Workers,,Hospital
91,Hospital Drive Heads in Area Communities,1-Apr-50,Hospital
92,From Where We Sit,"Four Prominent Wellsville Men Honored by Memorials in New Hospital, Second One Established for "" Doc"" McCarty March 31, 1950 ",Hospital
92,Matthew Kozlowski Dies As Result of Accident Injuries,"Badly Hurt Tuesday When Car Jumped Curb, Pinned him Against Building",Car Accident
92,Memorial Hospital Dedication,3-Aug-52,Hospital
93,New Jones Memorial Hospital to be Dedicated Tomorrow,"History Will Be Made When Hope of Years is Realized August 2, 1952",Hospital
93,Average Patient is Seldom Aware of Complex Hospital Organization,"Nightingale Twig Had Important Part in New Cafeteria August 2, 1952",Hospital
93,"Laundry Department Designed for Speedy, Efficient Operation",2-Aug-52,Hospital
93,From Where We Sit,"The Spirit of William F. and Gertrude F. Jones and Many Others Will Be With the Hospital Dedication August 2, 1952",Hospital
93,The New X- Ray Department is Designed For Speed Efficiency,2-Aug-52,Hospital
93,Architect's Sketch of New Community Hospital,2-Aug-52,Hospital
93,The Jones Residence as it Stood Originally,2-Aug-52,Hospital
93,Civil War Found Citizens Help Needed for the Wounded Soldiers,2-Aug-52,Hospital
93,"Exterior Facilities of Hospital Designed for Traffic, Parking",2-Aug-52,Hospital
93,Dental Room Offers New Hospital Service ,2-Aug-52,Hospital
93, Greek Citizens Aided Dentists Reach Goal,2-Aug-52,Hospital
94,Board of Managers of The Memorial Hospital of William F. and Gertrude F. Jones Dedication and Inspection,3-Aug-52,Hospital
94,Pleasant Atmosphere in a Four Bed Room,2-Aug-52,Hospital
94,Nurses Aides Listed as Hostesses During Hospital Open House,2-Aug-52,Hospital
95,Dr. George Jones Came Here in 1832 As the First Doctor,"Other Doctors Followed to Serve the Pioneer Families Medical Men Met in Angelica in 1854 to Set Up Schedule of Fees August 2, 1952",Hospital/ Doctor
95,A Scene in the Hospital's Cafeteria,2-Aug-52,Hospital
95,Heart of Three Major Functions in Hospital,2-Aug-52,Hospital
95,Every Aspect of New Hospital Designed to Serve the Patients,2-Aug-52,Hospital
95,Hospital Cooking Job is Streamlined Today,2-Aug-52,Hospital
95,One of the Corridors in the New Hospital,2-Aug-52,Hospital
96,Structure Replaced by Wellsville Civic League Project,,National Aluminum
96,"Veterans Park Has Long, Interesting Exciting History",17-May-52,Veterans Park
97,Private Rooms Are Charming and Friendly,2-Aug-52,Hospital
97,Institutional' Touch Gone from the Hospital of Today,2-Aug-52,Hospital
97,Most Modern Type Of Communications System in Hospital,2-Aug-52,Hospital
97,Nurses Lounge is Attractive Room,2-Aug-52,Hospital
97,Two Rooms Are Now Used to Handle the Work in Laboratory,2-Aug-52,Hospital
97,Bright and Cheerful Are the Two Bedrooms,2-Aug-52,Hospital
97,Clinics Will Move to New Hospital Using New Facilities,2-Aug-52,Hospital
97,Nutmeg Twig Took on the Job of Operating the Snack Bar,2-Aug-52,Hospital
97,The Jones Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Is Making History ,"Was Formed Two Years Ago; Membership Grows Rapidly August 2, 1952",Hospital
97,Many Other Facilities are Important In New Hospital,2-Aug-52,Hospital
97,Hospital Board Gave Long Hours to Project,2-Aug-52,Hospital
97,Eddie Meyerson Expected To Go Far in Golf Field,,Golf
97,Northern District Playoffs For Air Force August 13-16,,Play offs
97,Office Characters React in Different Ways on Payday,2-Aug-52,
97,"Dedication Sunday, August 3rd",New Building of The Memorial Hospital of William F. and Gertrude F. Jones,Hospital
98,Indian Dancers Part of DAR Program in Outing at Letchworth,17-Sep-54,DAR
98,Scotty' Ahern Named Head of State School Officials,"Former Local Teacher Elected by Superintendents at Saranac Lake September 30, 1953",School
98,Many Pictures Are Loaned for History Exhibit at Library,30-Sep-53,Library
99, Mr. Democrat' Prepares to Leave the Post Office,30-Sep-52,Postal
99,Carl Marshall Locks Door AS Postmaster Last Time Today,"Friendly Postmaster Ends 18 Year Term on Reaching Mandatory Retiring Age September 30, 1953",Postal
100,Sinclair to Shut Down Refinery,"Series of Developments Recent Disastrous Fire Responsible for Decision Some Employers Will Have Opportunity to Transfer to Other Refineries April 10, 1958",Refinery
100,Local Artists Displaying Paintings at Hotel Fassett,17-Nov-57,Art/ Hotel
101,Sinclair President's Letter To Local Employes Informs of Decision to Close Plant,"T. B. Kimball Communication Says Many Developments Responsible for Action April 10, 1958",Refinery
101,From Where We Sit,"Mrs. Carrie Leonard Has Big Birthday Party; You Share of the Budget; Flood Control Money January 17, 1957",Birthday
101,"Sinclair Employes Receive Letters, Questionnaires","Qualifying Workers Given Options of Retirement, Transfer, layoff April 19, 1958",Refinery
102,Resolution Regarding Sinclair Adopted by Board of Trustees,"April 29,1958",Refinery
102,Out of The Reporter Files,8-Jan-58,Reporter Files
103,Jones Memorial Will Benefit From Successful Centennial,"February 0, 1958",Hospital/ Centennial
103,Sinclair Boosts Crude 20 Cents; New Price Effective Yesterday,,Refinery/ Oil
103,Ralph M. Hills Dies Suddenly at Home; Was Life Long Resident ,10-Apr-58,Death
104-105,Sinclair Refining Company is Compelled to Close its Wellsville Refinery,10-Apr-58,Refinery
106,Vice- President of Erie Railroad Addresses Chamber of Commerce,"Milton G. McInnes Declares RR Must Be Unshackled From Federal Regulations April 10, 1958",Erie Railroad
106,"Village, Railroad Officials Meet Here",10-Apr-58,Railroad
107,Chamber President Welcomes Erie Executive,10-Apr-58,Chamber of Commerce
107,From Where We Sit,Railroads Face Growing Octopus of Regulation Which is Costing Millions in Unnecessary Services,Railroad
107,Completes Course,8-Feb-58,State University
108,Out of The Reporter Files,10-Apr-58,Reporter Files
108,The Nancy Howe Players Present ' The Fourposter',10-Apr-58,Entertainment/ Library
108,Stars In Nancy How Show Get Tips on Makeup,10-Apr-58,Entertainment/ Library
109,Banquet Winds Up Small Court Season,10-Apr-58,Basketball
109,Legion Team of Small Court League,"April 19,1958",Basketball
110,First Trust Merger With Friendship Bank Complete,"Walter G. Taber and Richard Lynch in Charge of New Department April 19, 1958",Bank
110,"Wellsville Future Farmers of America Officers, Advisor",19-Apr-58,School
110,Out of The Reporter Files,25-Apr-58,Reporter Files
111,Bingo Discussed by Town Board But No Action Taken,"Citizens Invited to Write Letters Either For or Against Plan April 25, 1958",Bingo
111,Girl Scouts Join Firemen In Clean- Up Week Project,"Will Distribute Blanks for Home Inspections Starting on Monday April 25, 1958",Girl Scouts/ Firemen
111,Out of The Reporter Files,"April 29,1958",Reporter Files
112,Mental Health Leader Declares Big Job Must Be Done in Nation,"Richard P. Swigart Offers Encouragement But Warns of Work Ahead April 29, 1958",Mental Health
112,Miss Fleschutz Receives Honors at William Smith,14-May-58,Editor of Magazine
112,Mental Health Leaders Confer Following Meeting,,Mental Health Leaders
113,"Auxiliary Donates $ 1,000 to Jones Memorial Hospital",14-May-58,Auxiliary
113,Blood Bank Has Successful Day in Wellsville,14-May-58,Red Cross
114,Married in Double - Ring Ceremony,May 14. 1958,Wedding
114,Resolution Adopted Honoring Rae Rowan,13-Jun-58,4- H
114,Rae L. Rowan,,
115,Managing Editor of Reporter Fatally Stricken By Heart Attack While Attending Dinner Party,Rae L. Rowan Dies Suddenly; Was Newspaperman Over 27 Years in Wellsville 5/14/1958,Reporter
116,President of First Trust Company Succumbs Unexpectedly at Home,"Leon H. Wyant, 57 Year -Old Career Banker Served Local Firm Since 1917",Bank
116,Out of The Reporter Files,4-May-58,Reporter Files
116,Out of The Reporter Files,17-May-58,Reporter Files
117,Graduated from State University at Alfred Today,14-Jun-58,Alfred Graduates
117,What Is Your Name,17-May-58,
118,Wellsville FFA Boys Attend Annual State Convention,17-May-58,FFA Boys
118,Experience Helps Local Man Running Municipal Airport,14-Jun-58,Airport
118,Local Group Chooses Architect to Design New Church Building,11-Jun-58,Church
119,Wellsville Central School,"Spring Concert May 5, 1958",School
119,"Dr. Edwin F. Comstock Will Receive Degree; Interne at Sayre, Pa.","June 10,1958",Graduate
119,Out of The Reporter Files,10-Jun-58,Reporter Files
119,Out of The Reporter Files,"June 14,, 1958",Reporter Files
119,Commander Mark G. Tremaine's Ship Recovers Missile Cone,"Son of Riverside Couple Is Credited With Assisting In Recovery of Cones June 3, 1958",Military
119,Out of The Reporter Files,16-Jun-58,Reporter Files
119,Richard L. Mitchell Will Be Married on August 16,16-Jun-58,Marriage
120,Carol Annette Cronk Is U of R Graduate,11-Jun-58,U of R Graduate
120,Receives Masters,16-Jun-58,
120,Out of The Reporter Files,17-Jun-58,Reporter Files
120,Rev. Skeirik Selectys Baccalaureate Topic- ' The Test of Living',13-Jun-58,Baccalaureate
120,Out of The Reporter Files,18-Jun-58,Reporter Files
120,Miss Catherine Powell Is Chatham College Graduate,19-Jun-58,College Graduate
120,William Klang Completes Great Lakes Recruit Course,19-Jun-58,Naval Training
121,Graduates,"Miss Gail Grantier June 19, 1958",Graduate
121,Officials Surveying Refinery In Connection With Closure,"Sinclair's Plan for Closure Prior to December 31 Being Expedited Here June 18, 1958",Refinery
121,Sinclair Refinery Is Given Recognition For Safety Efforts,18-Jun-58,Refinery
121,Out of The Reporter Files,14-May-58,Reporter Files
121,High Scholastic Prize Given James Gardner,24-Jun-58,School
122,"Jones Memorial Hospital Has $8, 639 Year- End Surplus","Auxiliary's Country Fair Project to Be Purchase of X-Ray Machine June 20, 1958",Hospital
122,Action on Resignation of Miss Hallett Pends,"Conflict With Board Brought Out at Hospital Meeting; Mr Thompson Quits Post June 20, 1958",Hospital
122,Exchange Club Will Award Scholarships,20-Jun-58,Exchange Club
123,Out of The Reporter Files,20-Jun-58,Reporter Files
123,Munro- Eifler,20-Jun-58,Engagement
123,Final School Assembly Held At Immaculate Conception,"Students Receive Awards For Year's Activities; Several Win Honors June 20, 1958",School
123,Cortland Graduate,Diane Ruth Gardner,College Graduate
123,Out of The Reporter Files,20-Jun-58,Reporter Files
123,Houghton Graduate,Loraine Mead,College Graduate
123,SP-3 David G Howe,23-Jun-58,Army
124,Final School Assembly Held At Immaculate Conception,"Students Receive Awards For Year's Activities; Several Win Honors June 20, 1958",School
124,Joan M. Jensen to Receive Deaconess Pin on Sunday,"Service Will Be Conducted Sunday Morning at 11 in Lutheran Church Here June 21, 1928",Church
125,Producers Gathering Co. Mails Letter Today to Oil Producers,"Problems Facing Producers Who Formerly Sold Cruder To Sinclair Are Aired June 21, 1958",Oil
125,John W. Sanford Is Named Reporter's Managing Editor,20-Jun-58,Reporter
126,"Scholastic Honors Are Won by Miss Earl, Miss Flanagan","Rev. James P.Foley Speaks At Immaculate Conception Graduation Ceremonies June 23, 1958",Graduation
126,Married in Methodist Ceremony,24-Jun-58,Marriage
127,"Seeking to Calm Jitters, Nixon Pep Talk Urges GOPS to Close Ranks",21-Jun-58,GOP
127,East Aurora Train Wreck Rocks Town,21-Jun-58,Trains
128,Publishers Poll Finds Business on Upturn For Most Key Lines,21-Jun-58,Steel production
127,Diplomas Presented to 121 in 74th Wellsville Graduation,"Challenge to America is Graduation Theme June 21, 1958",Graduation
128,Atlantic Official Comes Home to Dedicate Station,24-Jun-58,Dedication Day
128,Former Local Man Is Able to See Company Come Into Wellsville,24-Jun-58,Businessman
128,Members Of St. John's Episcopal Church,"Parish Picnic June 25, 1958",Church
129,Local Postmen Happy With Change,24-Jun-58,Postal
130,Out of The Reporter Files,25-Jun-58,Reporter Files
130,Out of The Reporter Files,27-Jun-58,Reporter Files
130,Resigns,"Mrs. Lois Morgenfeld June 27, 1958",Home Demonstrator
130,Out of The Reporter Files,28-Jun-58,Reporter Files
131,New Personal Loan Office Is Being Opened at First Trust,"One Step Banking Service Made Available Through Newly Finished Facilities June 25, 1958",Bank
131,Jack Munro to Be Ordained Lutheran Minister On Sunday,"Rev. Elmer W. Krentz Will Officiate at Ceremony Public is Invited June 7, 1958",Church
131,First Trust Company Will Open New Department,,Bank
132,Receives Degree,"Sandra L. Ward June 2, 1958",College Graduate
132,RIT Graduate,Robert Simons,College Graduate
132,Will Receive Degree in Fine Arts,Mary Haskins Atkinson,College Graduate
132,Nursing Graduate,"Marsha Steininger June 11 , 1958",Nursing
132,Miss Carol Myers to Attend Student Nurses Convention,4-Jun-58,Nursing
132,Receives Degree,"Thomas H. Obourn June 11, 1958",College Graduate
132,Roxanne Lunn,"June 18,1958",College Graduate
132,College Graduate,"Doris C. Downer June 27, 1958",College Graduate
133,Will Teach School,"Herman Lunn Wilcox June 3, 1958",Teacher
133,Promoted,"Camp Butler June 13, 1958",Marines
133,Bride of Olean Man,2-Jun-58,Marriage
133,New Home Demonstration Agent ,6-Jun-58,Demonstrator
133,Miss Marylu E. Buck Among D'Youville College Grads,5-Jun-58,College Grad
133,Out of The Reporter Files,12-Jun-58,Reporter Files
134,Local Citizens Pay Tribute to Hospital Employes,6-Jun-58,Hospital
134,Employes of Local Hospital Honored at Annual Banquet,Unanimous Regret Expressed At Miss Hallett's Leaving; Staff Given High Praise,Hospital
134,Wellsville Producer to Discuss Problems of Penn Grade Area,4-Jun-58,Oil
135,Carl E. Reuning Named President by Directors,"Walter Taber Will Serve As Executive Vice President; Arthur Reinking Director June 4, 1958",Bank
136,Senior's All Night Graduation Party Is Success,20-Jun-58,Graduation
136,High School PTA Officials Pleased by Success of Party,20-Jun-58,School
137,Life Saving Classes Underway in Local Pool,28-Jun-58,Pool
138,Youngsters Line Up for Lite- A- Bike Reflector Tape,30-Jun-58,Bikes
138,Out of The Reporter Files,30-Jun-58,Reporter Files
139,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
140,Drive -In Banking,30-Jun-58,Bank
141,First Trust Co. Opens New Drive - In Tomorrow,"Tellers' Windows Located So Patrons Can Be Helped From Either Side June 30, 1958",Bank
141,Rockwell's At 76th Year,"June 120, 1958",Anniversary
141,Miss Hallett Rescinds Hospital Resignation,"Special Committee Resolves Earlier Difference Which Led to Her Decision June 27, 1958",Hospital
142,News Echoes 1883--- 1958,"Candy In Low and High Price Brackets; A. N. Sets, GOP Daddy, Leads Garden Innovations June 5, 1958",Candy
142,10 Wellsville Central Seniors Among 20 In County in Regents Scholarships,,School Scholarships
143,Phone Open House,12-Jun-58,Phone
143,"Rae Rowan, Long In New Field Here, Dies From Heart Attack",15-May-58,News
143,Producers Unite On Marketing Step; Take Over Sinclair Lines,19-Jun-58,Sinclair
143,Oil Dips To New ' 58 Low $3.90 A Barrel,19-Jun-58,Oil
144,PTA Area Meet--- County Women in Elmira Program,8-May-58,PTA
144,News Echoes 1883--- 1958,"Ye Olde Fashioned Gal, Vs. Hammock Style; 1,023 Wells Drilled in Year, 1883 Era June 19,1958",
144,Wings For AM. D.,8-May-58,Naval School
144,At 40th Milestone,8-May-58,Annual Achievement Day
145,News Echoes 1883--- 1958,"U. S. Top Purse Horse Race Coming Here; D. C. Ackerman '83 Wellsville President May 22, 1958",Horse Race
145,"Funeral Tribute Paid To Leon Wyant, Banker Many Years, First trust President",22-May-58,Bank
145,Memorial Day Observance,22-May-58,Memorial Day
146,News Echoes 1883--- 1958,"With It Went $ 600--Ackermans Bow In Top U. S. Horse Race, As Fireman Day Lures Throng May 30 1958",Fireman
147,Call Out for Boosters,Route 17 As Southern Tier Lifeline,Highway Construction
147,Dr. Glosser New Masonic Deputy,30-May-58,Masonic Deputy
147,State Orange Heads Join Tribute To Rev. O. B. Hill,30-May-58,Grange Chaplin
148,Out of The Reporter Files,1-Jul-58,Reporter Files
148,Out of The Reporter Files,3-Jul-58,Reporter Files
148,Out of The Reporter Files,2-Jul-58,Reporter Files
148,Out of The Reporter Files,5-Jul-58,Reporter Files
149,Out of The Reporter Files,7-Jul-58,Reporter Files
149,What Is Your Name,5-Jul-58,Gardner
149,Miss Diana Bell to Teach Following Graduate Study,1-Jul-58,Graduate
149,"County, Town & Village",5-Jul-58,Newspaper
149,First Trust Starts Drive- in Banking,1-Jul-58,Bank
150-151,Board of Education Members Will Be Elected Wednesday,Election to Take Place In Local High School District Voters May Cast Ballots From 2 to 8 p.m. Seven Seeking Office,School
151,"All- Time Record Vote of 1,004 Cast in School Board Election",10-Jul-58,School
151,Chamber Commerce Urges All Citizens To Vote Wednesday,7-Jul-58,Chamber of Commerce
151,Harold Wilkins,7-Jul-58,
151,Reid McKee,7-Jul-58,
152,Out of The Reporter Files,7-Jul-58,Reporter Files
152,Out of The Reporter Files,8-Jul-58,Reporter Files
152,Brickbats and Bouquets,8-Jul-58,
153,News Echoes 1883--- 1958,"Looking ' Em Over, On Race Track Or In Political Paddock All Sport in '83 July 3, 1958",Races
153,News Echoes 1883--- 1958,"Forpaugh Show Recalls Old Circus Days; 'Pig Pen Jail' In News Due To Escapes July 10, 1958",Circus
154,Out of The Reporter Files,9-Jul-58,Reporter Files
154,Out of The Reporter Files,15-Jul-58,Reporter Files
154,Out of The Reporter Files,12-Jul-58,Reporter Files
154,Out of The Reporter Files,14-Jul-58,Reporter Files
155,Brownie Scouts Are Active at Owaissa,14-Jul-58,Brownies
155,Wellsville's Blue Devils March at Friendship,11-Jul-58,Drum and Bugle Corps.
155,"Wellsville Firemen, Drum & Bugle Corps Win $200 in Prizes",21-Jul-58,Drum and Bugle Corps.
155,Out of The Reporter Files,16-Jul-58,Reporter Files
155,Out of The Reporter Files,17-Jul-58,Reporter Files
155,Prize,Winning Wellsville Blue Devils,Marching Band
156,Bradley- Empire System Employes Have Unusual Recreation Facility,"Boandga Club in Scio Has Modern Clubhouse, Lake; Is Managed by Workers July 12, 1958",Recreation
156,"Walter Embser New School Board Head, With Dana Pickup Clerk",17-Jul-58,School
157,Fire Equipment Given By Sinclair Refinery,17-Jul-58,Refinery/ Fire
157,Out of The Reporter Files,18-Jul-58,Reporter Files
157,School Board Poses for First Portrait,16-Jul-58,School
157,Elmer E. McDowell,18-Jul-58,
157,"George "" Gabby"" Hayes visits Wellsville cousins",26-Jul-58,
158,Many Girl Scouts Complete Work On Badges at Owaissa,"Three Units Attend Camp During Two Week Time; Program is Presented July 26, 1958",Girl Scouts
158,Out of The Reporter Files,19-Jul-58,Reporter Files
158,Director Watches Water Refilling Local Pool,17-Jul-58,Pool
159,Grangers Restoring Old Area Cemeteries,18-Jul-58,Cemeteries
159,Out of The Reporter Files,21-Jul-58,Reporter Files
160,Out of The Reporter Files,22-Jul-58,Reporter Files
160,Out of The Reporter Files,23-Jul-58,Reporter Files
160,Out of The Reporter Files,"July 25,1958",Reporter Files
160,Out of The Reporter Files,24-Jul-58,Reporter Files
161,Out of The Reporter Files,26-Jul-58,Reporter Files
161,Out of The Reporter Files,28-Jul-58,Reporter Files
161,Local Couple Visiting Europe,26-Jul-58,Airport
162,Opening Days Fixed for Friday and Saturday for New Building of Pete's Service Station,30-Jul-58,New All- Steel Station
162,Out of The Reporter Files,29-Jul-58,Reporter Files
163,Juel Anderson Will Star im Production by Theater Players,30-Jul-58,Theater
163, Summertime' Is Being Staged by Alfred Group,31-Jul-58,Production
163,Out of The Reporter Files,30-Jul-58,Reporter Files
163,What Is Your Name?,"Is Your Name Reynolds? July 31, 1958",Names
164,Local Man ' Controls' Grenade in Lebanon,"Cpl. John Rahr Snatches Hot Weapon from Youth in Beirut Marketplace July 31, 1958",Marines
164,Out of The Reporter Files,31-Jul-58,Reporter Files
164,Summer Music Program Is Held for Local Youngsters,31-Jul-58,School / Music
165,Music Lessons Go on During Summer,31-Jul-58,Music
166,"First Trust Co. Will Celebrate Anniversary, New Addition","Open House Scheduled Wednesday Night to Combine Features of Tour and Party August 5, 1958",Bank
166,Cubicles Are Provided At Safe Deposit Vault,"New Vault Located Near Site of Former; Move Proved Difficult Task August 5, 1958",Bank
166,Board Room Display Recalls Old Members,5-Aug-58,Bank
166,Personal Loan Unit is in Rear,5-Aug-58,Bank
167,Traditional Façade Kept In Landmark,,Bank
167,Trust Department Is at Balcony Front,,Bank
167,Large Bookkeeping Space Has Equipment to Speed Service,Occupies Most of Second Floor in New Addition; Checks are Imprinted,Bank
167,Proof General Ledger Units Work at Intricate Machines,,Bank
168, Phones Give Office Communication Net,,Phones
168,"Officers, Tellers Work in Area of Main Lobby","Light Spacious Room Has Diffused Light with Subdued Sound, Colors",Bank
168,Break is Possible In Employee Lounge,,Bank
168,Music is Piped Through Bank,,Bank
168,Privacy is Assured In Conference Rooms,,Bank
168,Tunnel Built For Drive- In,,Bank
169,"First Trust Co. Began in 1882 as First National Bank, Has Grown With Wellsville Area, Augmented by Mergers","December 11, 1882 Founding Date of Institution August 5, 1958",Bank
170,Main Lobby Showing Officers' Area with Personal Loan Department In Background,,Bank
171,Twelve Ton Steel Door of Main Vault at First Trust Company,,Bank
172,Interior of Main Vault Showing Safe Deposit Boxes,,Bank
173,Madison Street Approach,,Bank
173,Park Avenue Approach,,Bank
174,"First Trust Company Open House Attracts 2,000","First Trust Celebrates Completion of Building August 7, 1958",Bank
175,Out of The Reporter Files,1-Aug-58,Reporter Files
175,Out of The Reporter Files,2-Aug-58,Reporter Files
175,Sinclair Refinery Gives Lab Supplies To Houghton College,7-Aug-58,Refinery
175,Out of The Reporter Files,4-Aug-58,Reporter Files
175,Out of The Reporter Files,5-Aug-58,Reporter Files
176,Local Flood Installation To Be Transferred Friday,"Ceremonies at Island Park Friday, Marking Inspection by Corps and State August 13, 1958",Flood
176,Out of The Reporter Files,6-Aug-58,Reporter Files
176,Out of The Reporter Files,"August 14,1958",Reporter Files
176,Wellsville Grangers Host to 80 Visitors of 14 County Units,12-Aug-58,Grangers
177,Grand Convention Parade Saturday Will Be Largest Ever Seen Here,"Parade Marshal Ed Gent is Expecting 3,241 Persons To Participate in Event August 5, 1958",Convention Parade
177,Out of The Reporter Files,13-Aug-58,Reporter Files
177,Local Youths Are ' Students' At State Conservation Camp,14-Aug-58,Camp
178,"Memorial Service, Inspection Begin Convention Program","Southwestern Firemen Begin Three Day Meet August 7, 1958",Firemen's Convention
178,Firemen's Registration Runs High at Headquarters Here,,Firemen
178,Wellsville Fire Companies Gather for Memorial Service,,Fire
179,Honor Deceased,Otto Gallman,
179,Convention Registration Is Swelling Ranks of Visitors,,Firemen's Convention
179,Schedule,,Firemen's Convention
179,Grotesque Parade Slated Tomorrow Along Main Street,,Convention Parade
179,"County, Town & Village",,Firemen's Convention
180,Local Leaders Figure In Ceremony Opening Southwestern's Sessions,"Mayor, Supervisor, Police Chief Heard; Fire Chief Lauds Work of His Aides August 8,1958",Firemen
181,Delegates Dine at Community Building Here,"Genesee, McEwen Auxiliaries Serve Dinner to 512 Hungry Guests ",Southwestern Delegates
181,Flag Ceremony is Conducted,,Flag Ceremony
182,Wellsville Volunteers Demonstrate Fire- Fighting Ability,,Fire Fighters
182,Schedule,Deluge Nozzle Combats Distant Fire,Fire
182,Mouth- to - Mouth Technique Is 'Sold' to Fire Delegates,,Fire Delegates
183,Reska Is Elected in Firemen's Vote,"Neil Harmon Is Advanced To Presidency; Rogan,Bartlett Also Winners August 8, 1958",Firemen
183,Rescue Craft Shown in Lagoon,,Firemen Demonstration
183,Southwestern Official Fights Fire,,Southwestern Official
184,"Delegates Urge Teacher Training, Passage of Fire Inspection Rules","Firemen of Southwestern Also Adopt Favoring MD Canvasses First Aid Contest Winners August 9, 1958",First Aid
184,Appreciation Voiced For Convention Aid,9-Aug-58,Convention
184,MacKenzie Is Voted An Honorary Member,,Southwestern Association
185,Grotesque Parade Lives Up to Name,,Grotesque Parade
185,"County, Town & Village",,Fire Protection
185,This Gimmick Was A Real Traffic Stopper,,Southwestern Firemen
186,Fire Departments and Equipment Reviewed in Relation to Charges For Fire Insurance,,Fire Department
186,Three Southwestern Officials,,First Aid
187,"Lake Shore, Belmont Are Trophy Winners","Fire prevention Awards Are Presented; Inspection of Residences Urged August 6, 1958",Fire Prevention
187,Home Away From Home in Island Park,,Fire Department
187,Wellsville Women Win With Walk,"Best Appearing Auxiliary August 6, 1958",Fire Department
188,Falconer Wins Grand Parade Prize; Thousands Gather to Watch Firemen,"Large Crowd Lines Up Along Main Street As Over 130 Units Vie For Trophies August 11, 1958",Convention Parade
189,"County, Town & Village",,Drum and Bugle Corps.
189,Best Youthful Drum & Bugle Corps in Parade,,Best Drum Corps.
189,Hinsdale Junior Band Wins Fourth Trophy,,Band
190,"Large Men's, Women's Units Are Honored",,Women Drum Corps and Men Fire Department
191,Water Safety Demonstration in Local Pool,7-Aug-58,Pool
191,Bagpipers Lead Convention's Top Marching Unit,11-Aug-58,Convention
192,Those At convention Helm,24-Jul-58,Convention
192,Firemen Get Big Equipment Gifts,24-Jul-58,Fire Department
192,Park A Tent City,7-Aug-56,Convention
192,Gee Also In Landing,"July 24,1958",Marines
193,United Fund Has Oct. Drive Date,31-Jul-58,United Fund
193,Mrs. C. T. McEnroe Wins Phoenix Award,12-Aug-58,Contest
193,Out of The Reporter Files,7-Aug-58,Reporter Files
193,Area Residents Will Judge Handcrafted Items at Fair,8-Aug-58,Fair
193,Out of The Reporter Files,9-Aug-58,Reporter Files
194,Executives of Worthington Meet to Discuss Future,8-Aug-58,Worthington
194,Vice President,15-Aug-58,School
194,Out of The Reporter Files,,Reporter Files
194,Local Young Man to Appear On Ed Sullivan's TV Show,12-Aug-58,TV Show
195,Project is Concluded In Transfer Ceremony,"State Takes Maintenance Role of Flood Project As Corps Bows Out August 16, 1958",Flood Project
195,Out of The Reporter Files,11-Aug-58,Reporter Files
195,Participants in Project- Ending Ceremonies,16-Aug-58,Flood Project
196,Out of The Reporter Files,12-Aug-58,Reporter Files
196,Out of The Reporter Files,15-Aug-58,Reporter Files
196,Blue Devils Play at Governor's Request,16-Aug-58,Drum and Bugle Corps.
196,Ministry of Teaching,16-Aug-58,Sunday School Teacher
197,United Fund Division Tells Campaign Plans,"October Canvass Readied for Industrial Groups in First Campaign Here August 18, 1958",United Fund
197,Out of The Reporter Files,16-Aug-58,Reporter Files
197,Aerial Ladder Truck Is Being Purchased Here,"Emerald Hook, Ladder Will Trade 18 Year -Old Truck For 75 Foot Unit",Fire Truck
197,Out of The Reporter Files,18-Aug-58,Reporter Files
198,Flower Show Underway at Library,21-Aug-58,Library
198, Fashion in Flowers' is Theme of Show Thursday at Library; to Display Supplies,"Garden Club Adds Displays by Merchants, Will be Given as Door Prizes August 19, 1958",Garden Club/ Library
198,Keep Freedom D. A. R. Told as First Task,"August 28,1958",D.A. R.
199,Dental Hygienist Marries,18-Aug-58,Wedding
199,Out of The Reporter Files,19-Aug-58,Reporter Files
199,Three in County Are Named to Committee By Senator Hatfield,"August 28,1958",Committee
199,Out of The Reporter Files,21-Aug-58,Reporter Files
200,Out of The Reporter Files,22-Aug-58,Reporter Files
200,Out of The Reporter Files,23-Aug-58,Reporter Files
200,Gun Club President Voices Appreciation for Sinclair Gifts,Aug58,Rod-N- Gun Club
200,Repairs in Progress On Bridge West of Village,21-Aug-58,Maintenance
201,Wellsville Rolls Out Carpet for Guests,"Cleveland Couple Chosen At Random Along Route 17 Are Dined, Entertained August 22, 1958",Dinner/ Entertainment
201,Out of The Reporter Files,25-Aug-58,Reporter Files
202,Hospitality Day Guests Chat in Pre- Dinner Social Period,,Hospitality Day
202,What Is Your Name?,"Is Your Name O'Connor? August 28, 1958",What is Your Name?
203,Married in Double - Ring Ceremony,25-Aug-58,Wedding
203,Out of The Reporter Files,26-Aug-58,Reporter Files
203,Taking Ways' of Browning Kin Puts Them In New York Visit Spotlight,21-Aug-58,Spotlight
203,Out of The Reporter Files,"August 28,1958",Reporter Files
204,Citizens of Tomorrow,21-Aug-58,Photos of Children
204,Out of The Reporter Files,29-Aug-58,Reporter Files
204,Out of The Reporter Files,30-Aug-58,Reporter Files
205,Two Local Men Among 60 Who Escape From Burning Airliner,"Dr. Blaisdell, L. J. Lefler Were On Plane Which Crashed After Takeoff",Fire on Airplane
205,J. W. Walchli Is Named By Area Oil Producers,"Wellsville Resident Voted President of Association At Group's Annual Meet August 29, 1958",Oil Producer
205,Out of The Reporter Files,27-Aug-58,Reporter Files