Tuesday Timeline: A look back at headlines in The daily Herald

October 15, 1992
• The Christ United Methodist Church and the First English Luthern Church were broken into. Offices were ransacked and small amounts of money were taken from both churches.
• Mayor Gene Johnson signed a proclamation that October 22,1992 is Sam Hayes Jr. Day in the Borough of Tyrone. The Chamber of Commerce had scheduled a ‘Get Together with Sam’ at the Elks from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Elks.
• Ross Perot’s running mate Admiral James Stockdale showed that politics is no place for amateurs with his classic line in a debate, “Who am I and why am I here?”
• In sports, Bellwood-Antis (Class A Honorable Mention) prepares to travel to Class AA #8 Mount Union.
• The Tyrone Junior and Senior girls battled to a 6-6 tie in the annual Powderpuff game sponsored by the Tyrone Elks Lodge.

October 15, 1992
• Sixth Ward Councilman Paul Myers withdrew his resignation from Tyrone Borough Council. Myers declined to give a reason for his resignation or reconsideration.
• Ronald Mills of Northwood, Larry Showers of Petersburg and David Herbsal of Logan Ridge Trailer court entered and robbed Coachlite owner Ren Stoner at gun point. The suspects pistol whipped Stoner who was treated at Tyrone Hospital. The suspects stole cash, oysters, shrimp, whiskey and Stoner’s 1982 Oldsmobile 98. The accused were arraigned before District Justice Patrick Jones.
• Tyrone’s Wendy Ammerman was selected to participate in the Pennsylvania Junior Miss Pageant. Ammerman was named Miss Blair County and had won 145 trophies in individual majorette competition.
• In sports, Jill Brumbaugh scored 19 points to lead Claysburg-Kimmel to a 36-29 victory over Tyrone in Girls Basketball. Tyrone’s Barb Miller led the Lady Eagles with 10 points.

October 15, 1952
• The U.S. Fleet shells North Korea and allied troopes retake Triangle Hill north of Kumhwa.
• William C. Morrow Sr., was elected president of the Tyrone Hospital. John Hagg was elected vice president and Dr. Samuel Lake was voted in as secretary. Morrow succeeds John W. Newlin as the Hospital president.
• Stone used in many Central Pennsylvania road projects came from the quarry on what is now Route 453. The Tyrone Stone and Lime Company was the leading producer of limestone for paving projects.
October 15, 1902
• The Fox Hunting Club, Ironsville, gets its share of Game on the first day of Hunting Season. Benjamin Calderwood shot two wild turkeys, John McKinney and Joshua Huner shot one each. The hunters bagged their birds in the hills near Hundred Springs and Birmingham.