Thursday Apr 25
Gallitzin Tunnels, PA
As railroading grew in early America, it continued to move westward from the harbors of the Atlantic Coastline.
Fire destroys Gallitzin Township barn, kills pig
A fire early thi morning destroyed a Gallitzin Township barn and killed a pig that was kept inside.
Lucy M. Eger
Surviving are eight siblings: Janet Lee of Macedonia, Ohio, Dorothy Glenn, Waneda Eger and James, all of Lilly, David and Kenny, both of Cresson, and Thomas and Girard, both of Gallitzin; and numerous nieces and nephews.
The York Daily Record
Decrepit central Pa. theater finally being razed
An 94-year-old central Pennsylvania theater that once housed vaudeville acts and later created a local stir in the 1960s when the movie "Cleopatra" played there featuring partial nudity is finally scheduled to meet the wrecking ball.
Big band era embraced and preserved in Gallitzin
The American Legion, Post 174, has renovated the Oriental Ballroom, once famous for dances featuring big bands, including those led by well-known musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, the Glen Miller Band and Duke Ellington.