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7, dated September 16, 1902, was the beginning of the use of gas in the Borough of Elkland. Brown who was timekeeper on the job of laying the lines and afterwards read the meters and collected the gas bills here I the town of Elkland. Wood retired from the position of manager of the Gas Company and Mr. Ward Casbeer, who had been the serviceman under Mr. Various men and women who are not mentioned in this brief account of the Gas Company history need not feel slighted because it was under their supervision and by their hard work that the Gas Company has expanded from its humble beginning in 1902 to its present day standing in the lives of the people of this community.
In this ordinance privileges of the use of various streets, lanes, and alleys, for laying pipes to conduct gas, was granted to the Potter Gas Company. There are probably a lot of "old timers" in Elkland who remember how wonderful it was when the first street lights were turned on to lighten up the dark street corners. The Tubbs homestead, the red brick landmark on Route 49, just east of Osceola, for the first time in its 32-year history is no longer Tubbs property. Under the hammer, the brick house and a small frame building at the rear went for $10,000. Brick for the building, for the construction of the present Moren block in Elkland and for several other brick buildings in this area came from clay on the Tubbs farm just north of the home.
Ken lived on 549 Isham Street, attended Good Shepherd, and spent many a summer day lounging at the Miramar.
Ken kindly shared his memories; keeping them alive for future generations.
If you went under, you couldn’t hear it, and when you surfaced, there it was! I still remember his face as he talked about it becoming a Pathmark Built in the 1920’s, the massive facility was located on 207th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues.
Walking home (I lived on Post) I remember that heavy, exhausted feeling, and also feeling like I was still in the water. Photos, dating as early as 1927, show a large outdoor pool just west of the University Heights Bridge.
Perhaps not surprisingly, it has caused quite a stir.
For reasons I don’t fully understand, some people identify so strongly with how many carbohydrates they eat that they take offense when a suggestion is made that low-carb diets may not be appropriate for everyone, in all circumstances.
Surveying is the art and science of measuring the land to locate the limits of an owner's interest thereon.