News Clips 1960 thru 1969
January 9, 1960 The Evening Time: Drapers Observe 25th Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Draper of 8 Athens street, Waverly, observed their 25th wedding anniversary at their home Sunday, Jan. 3. Their sons, Richard and Allen Draper and daughter-in-law of Baltimore, Md. were home to help the couple observe the event.
March 24, 1960 The Evening Times: ... and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fralick, formerly of Waverly and now residing at North Miami Beach.
April 28, 1960 Binghamton NY Press: A Waverly man and one from Endicott have received new appointments at the Owego facility of IBM's Federal Systems Division. Reuben E. Long of 208 Chemung Street, Waverly, has been named staff engineer in production systems engineering. He joined the Vestal Airborne Computer Laboratories in June, 1956 and a month later was assigned to the Owego product engineering at IBM Poughkeepsie. Prior to his new appointment, Mr. Long was an associate engineer. William J. Cartmell, JR., ...
August 2, 1960 Schenectady Gazette - Canajoharie - Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Spraker Jr. and twin daughters, Elizabeth and Leslie, Worthington, Ohio, have returned home after visiting Mrs. Wilbur A. Spraker and Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Spraker. (Gertrude and Charlotte Knapp were friends of the Spraker's.)
From 1961 Directory of Athens, Sayre, & Waverly: at 9 Athens Street - Gerald M. Maloney and William E. Hanson III; at 208 Chemung Street - Robert G. Callison, Edward G. Statach, Ralph Snider, Walter L. Kintz, Katheryn Mays, Keith Davidson; at 208 1/2 Chemung Street - Robert Shafer
March 15, 1961 Cornell Alumni News Vol. 63, No 12 March 15, 1961:
‘38 Women - We have had several changes of address:... Charlotte S. Knapp, 431 Pennsylvania Ave., Waverly. (In 1958 phone directory, 431 Pennsylvania ave. was a two family home, one vacant and one with Mrs. Mable Hastings listed.)
April 10, 1961 The Evening Times: E. Waverly Cabin Leveled in Fire. Waverly firemen were called Sunday afternoon about 1 o'clock to a cabin fire near the Ithaca St. baseball diamond. Firemen reported that the cabin, owned by Henry Evans, caught fire and it spread igniting the surrounding field. Two booster lines and 250 feet of hose were used to extinguish the blaze, but the cabin was completely destroyed. (Henry Evans was the "little boy" from 7 Athens street who was badly burned in August 1909. Is this the same Henry Evans?)
April 19, 1961 The Evening Times: Superior furnished 3 room upper with automatic heat, refrigerator, range, hot water, 208 Chemung Street. Waverly LN 5-9117
June 26, 1961 The Evening Times: The Sawyer Home For Sale 416 Chemung street, Waverly, N. Y. 10 rooms, 2 baths, large attic, 2 fireplaces, stoker hot air heat, 2-car garage. Beautiful grounds. Shown by Appointment Only. Valley Realty Agency 481 Waverly St, Waverly, N. Y. phone LN 5-4751.
January 2, 1962 The Evening Times: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Knapp, Jr. of 208 Chemung St., Waverly, were honored at a family tea Sunday. The occasion was the observance of their 60th wedding anniversary. Twelve members of the immediate family were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Knapp, who have been residents of Waverly their entire married life, were married New Year's Day 1902, by Dr. Ross of the First Presbyterian Church in Waverly. Both are members of the First Presbyterian Church and are the parents of three living children, Edward Knapp of Daytona Beach, Fla., Warren Knapp, 3rd of Waverly and Mrs. Frank Boyle of Honolulu, Hawaii. An older daughter Helen is deceased.
March 15, 1962 and March 19, 1962 The Evening Times: Attractive four room upper apartment with range, refrigerator, automatic heat, 208 Chemung Street, Waverly. 565-9117
March 16, 1962 The Evening Times: Attractive four room upper apartment with range, refrigerator, automatice heat. 208 Chemung Street. Waverly LN 5-9117
May 2, 1962 The Evening Times: Books Donated to Waverly Library. ... Charlotte S. Knapp...
May 28, 1962 The Evening Times: Mrs. Howard Brink of Athens RD 2 entertained out-of-town guests at her home yesterday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Perry, and Mrs. Mona Landon from Johnson City; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Phillips from Elmira and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Evans and son from Painted Post.
June 12, 1962 The Evening Times: Waverly Library Donations Listed. Several books, in memory of Wilton S. Hall, have been added to the shelves of the Waverly Free Library. "America's Handyman Book" by Family Handyman; "Clocks" by Simon Fleet; "Practical Furniture and Wood Finishing" by L'atou; "Furniture Finishing, Decoration and Patching" by Pattou and Vaughn; "Furniture Doctor" by Grotz and "Furniture Refinishing at Home" by Joyner, all given by the Adult Education Woodworking Class. "Furniture Making and Cabinet Work" by Pelton, given by Mr. and Mrs. Don W. McClelland and Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Gibbs. "Easy Ways to Expert Woodworking" by Robert Scharff, given by Charlotte S. Knapp. "Furniture Decoration Made Easy" by Charles Hallett, given by Charlotte S. Knapp. ...
October 25, 1962 The Evening Times: Lower desirable four rooms with range, refrigerator, automatic heat furnished. 208 Chemung, Waverly LN 5-9117.
November 26, 1962 The Evening Times: Three room modern first floor with range, refrigerator. Private. Automatic heat furnished. Garage attached. TV cable. 208 Chemung Street, Waverly. 565-9117. (208 1/2 Chemung Street, was known as the garage apartment.)
December 14, 1962 The Evening Times: Upper desirable, heated 4 rooms, range, refrigerator, hot water, some furniture, garage. 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
January 28 & 29, 1963 The Evening Times: Pleasant upper 4 rooms. Range, refrigerator, hot water, private automatic heat furnished. 208 Chemung Street, Waverly. 565-9117
From 1963 Directory of Athens, Sayre, & Waverly: at 9 Athens Street - Mrs. Lena Bouse and Harold V. Cole; at 208 Chemung Street - Robert G. Callison (1E), Clifford A. Johnson (3W), David Packard, Walter L. Kintz (1W), Joseph W. Knapp Jr.(2E), vacant; at 208 1/2 Chemung Street - vacant
February 4 & 7, 1963 The Evening Times: Desirable upper 4 rooms. Range, refrigerator, automatic heat furnished. Enclosed sun-room. 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117 (referring to 2 west in main house)
February 23, 1963 The Evening Times: Desirable upper four rooms. Range, refrigerator, hot water, automatic heat furnished. 208 Chemung Street, Waverly 565 9117
May 15, 1963 and May 27, 1963 The Evening Times: Attractive modern four rooms, tub-shower, enclosed sun-room, garage. Range, refrigerator. Heat furnished. 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
May 29, 1963 The Evening Times: Attractive modern four rooms, tub-shower, enclosed sun-room, garage. Range, refrigerator. Heat and water furnished. 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
June 25, 1963 The Evening Time: NICE upper four rooms; tub-shower; TV cable, garage, Range, refrigerator, heat furnished. 208 Chemung Street, Waverly. 565 9117.
June 26, 1963 & July 2, 1963 The Evening Times: Nice upper four rooms, tub-shower, TV Cable, garage. Range, refrigerator, heat furnished, 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
June 28, 1963 The Evening Times: Nice upper four rooms, tub-shower, TV cable, garage, range, refrigerator, heat furnished. 208 Chemung Street, Waverly 565-9117
July 6, 1963 The Evening Times: Furnished heated upper modern 4 rooms. Convenient. TV Cable. Tub-Shower. Garage. Central. 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
July 12, 1963 The Evening Times: Furnished heated upper modern 4 rooms. Convenient. TV Cable. Tub-shower. Garage. 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
November 18, 1963 The Evening Times: Callison's advertised; ATTRACTIVE four rooms, heated. Tub-shower. Garage. Range, refrigerator, cable. 208 Chemung Street, Waverly. 565-9117.
December 4, 1963 The Evening Times: Desirable heated upper four rooms. Range, refrigerator, tub-shower. Garage. Cable. 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
December 16, 1963 The Evening Times: Desirable heated upper four rooms. Range, refrigerator, tub-shower. Garage. Cable. 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
April 7, 1964 The Evening Times: Monday evening in the village hall with committees named for the coming year. Mayor George McNaney welcomed the three new board members, Stephen Downs, Edgar Dixson and Robert Callison (208 Chemung st. Waverly, NY), who were elected in March to make a complete slate of Independent Citizens Party in office. Appointments to committees were as follows: Fire - Henry Laman, chairman, Edgar Dixson, Stephen Downs; street - Oliver Myer, chairman, Robert Callison, Richard Eddy: police, Mayor McNaney chairman, Oliver Myer, Henry Laman; finance, Stephen Downs, chairman, Oliver Myer, Robert Callison; parks, Edgar Dixson, chairman, Richard Eddy: buildings and street lights, Robert Callison, chairman, Stephen Downs, Henry Laman. The board voted to accept the bid of Matt DePumpo for a new truck for the street department. Sherman Allgeier was appointed to the Water Board to replace W. J. Heidig. The public hearing on the 1964-65 budget will be held at 7:30 Tuesday evening of next week, followed by the regular board meeting at 8 o'clock.
October 14, 1964 The Evening Times: … Robert Callison, Henry Laman, Stephen Downs and Oliver Myer were the dissenting voters. In other business, board members authorized Street Commissioner Olive Myer to purchase 12 trees, which will be planted on village property to replace the elms which have been removed. All elm trees in the village have become affected from elm disease and many have died …
From 1965 Directory of Athens, Sayre, & Waverly: at 9 Athens Street - Leon Horton and Jos. Daniels; at 208 Chemung Street - Robert G. Callison (owner), Clifford A. Johnson, Donald V. Johnson, Walter L. Kintz, Joseph W. Knapp Jr., Otto Allen; at 208 1/2 Chemung Street - Cora L. Bingham
March 3 & 5, 1965 The Evening Times: Desirable four rooms. Automatic heat, range, refrigerator, hardwood floors. Garage. 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
March 10, 1965 The Evening Times: Superior five rooms. Range, refrigerator, hot water automatic heat. Garage. Cable. 208 Chemung Street, Waverly. 565 9117
March 12, 1965 The Evening Times: Desirable four rooms. Automatic heat, range, refrigerator, hardwood floors. Garage. 208 Chemung Street, Waverly. 565-9117.
March 25, 1965 The Evening Times: Desirable four rooms and sunroom, range, refrigerator, zoned heat, cable, 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
April 6, 1965 The Evening Times: New Committees Are Appointed. The Waverly Village Board held its organizational meeting Monday evening and Mayor George McNaney appointed committees for the year, including two new ones, a study and progress committee and public safety committee. Appointed to the fire committee were Henry Laman, Stephen Downs, Max Dixson; police committee, Mayor McNaney, Oliver Myers, Laman; finance Downs, Robert Callison, Alfred Walden; street committee, Myer, Laman, Walden; Sewer committee, Walden, Callison, Dixson; Lights and building, Callison, Myer, Downs; Study and Progress, Laman, Callison, Downs; public safety, McNaney, Laman, Myer. Mrs. Ethel Shumway was reappointed village clerk. William Donnelly was reappointed village attorney. George Porter was appointed acting police justice. The Marine Midland Trust Company will still be the official depository and the Waverly Sun the official paper. Board members voted to continue their regular meetings on the second Tuesday of the month.
May 1965 Cornell Alumni News Volume 67, Number 10: ‘38 Charlotte Knapp, 6439 Templeton, Huntington Park, Calif.
Video - "Postcards From Waverly"
June 26, 1965 Cortland Standard: Donna Maria Fiske Is Married To Donald Johnson In St. Anthony's. To Reside In Waverly. The Ave Maria and the Panis Angelicus were sung in St. Anthony's Church at 11 this morning for the marriage of Miss Donna Maria Fiske and Donald Victor Johnson. The pastor, the Rev. Carl J. Denti officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Fiske, a mathematics teacher at Waverly, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas L. Fiske of 7 Randall St., Cortland. Mr. Johnson, guidance counselor in the Waverly School system, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Johnson of 477 Queisner Ave., Lowellville, Ohio. ... Following a trip through New York State, the couple will reside at 208 Chemung St., Waverly after Aug. 13. The bride, a graduate of Cortland High School in 1960, was graduated from State University College at Cortland in 1964. She plans graduate work at Oneonta State University this summer as does her new husband. The bridegroom is a Lowellville High graduate, 1954; Ohio University, 1958 and received his MS degree in 1959. He has done post graduate work at the University of Cincinnati. ...
June 29, 1965 Utica Observer Dispatch: G. R. Traub Funeral Services Tomorrow. Clinton - Funeral services for George R. Traub will be at 1 tomorrow from the Owens Funeral Home with the Rev. John F. H. Gorton, rector at St. James Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Hill Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home will be from 7 to 9 tonight. Mr. Traub, 56, owner of the Alexander Hamilton Inn since 1946, died yesterday morning. Dr. Preston Clark, coroner, said death was accidental and caused by a fractured skull suffered in a 20-foot fall from the porch of a newly built wing. Mr. Traub was born in Lockport, son of George and Pauline Boehnke Traub. He received his education at Niagara Falls High School and was a graduate of the Cornell University Hotel Administration School. After graduation he traveled for four years for American Export Lines and for 11 years was manager of the Elmira City Club. Mr. Traub married Martha Jenkins of Waverly in 1938. He was a member of the Cornell Alumni Association of Hotel Schools and of the Hotel Association. Besides his wife he leaves his mother of Deansboro, a sister, Mrs. Hazel MacDonald, Deansboro; two brothers, Karl W. Traub, Niagara Falls, and Edward H. Traub, Fayetteville. (In 1929, George's mother-in-law, Mrs. Ada Belle Jenkins, founded and ran the Jenkins Inn at 202 Chemung st. Waverly, NY. Mrs. Jenkins retired from the business in 1943. George's wife, Martha, daughter of Ada Belle, also managed and operated the Jenkins Inn until the Traub's, George and Martha, sold it in 1946.)
March 9, 1966 The Evening Times: … Board member Alfred Walden stated that he had reports that the car was being used excessively and Robert Callison noted that the police are allowing 15 miles and hour over the speed limit. Max Dixon remarked that the police car is parked often east of Waverly on Route …(Robert and Vera Callison were the owners of 208 Chemung St. Waverly, NY from 1958 - 1970.)
April 1, 1966 The Binghamton Press: Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Lougher of Waverly announce the engagement of their daughter, Roseanne, to Terry William Rich. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rich of Nichols are the parents of the prospective bride-groom. Employed by IBM Owego, the bride-elect was graduated from Waverly High School and attended Arnot-Ogden Memorial Hospital Nursing School. Mr. Rich, a graduate of Tioga Central High School, attended Purdue University and is serving in the U. S. Air Force in England. Wedding plans will be announced at a later date.
April 5, 1966 The Evening Times: Waverly Board (Continued from Page 1) water board, five years; Mrs. Florence Suffern, police clerk; Oliver Myer, acting mayor; Edgar Dixson, recreation commission; Mrs. Frances Hulett, registrar of vital statistics; Mrs. Anna Laux, assessor; Edgar Dixson, delegate to American Legion: Mayor McNancy, delegate to business group; Stephen Downs, delegate to library meetings. The special police officers and school guards were all reappointed. Members of the village board on committees with the chairman listed first are as follows: Fire. Henry Laman, Stephen Downs, Edgar Dixson; Police, Mayor McNancy, Oliver Myer, Laman; Street, Myer, Laman. Alfred Walden: Finance, Downs, Robert Callison, Walden; Sewage, Walden, Callison, Dixson; Lights and Buildings, Callison, Myer, Downs; Study Progress, Laman, Callison, Downs; Public Safety, McNaney, Laman, Myer. The regular meeting of the board will be held Tuesday evening, April 12, at 8 o clock and every second Tuesday of each month.
July 11, 1966 The Evening Times: Nice upstairs four rooms furnished. Hot water. Zoned heat. Tub-shower. Garage. Cable. Deck. 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
From 1967 Directory of Athens, Sayre, & Waverly: at 9 Athens Street - Kenneth Draper and Pine Paul; at 208 Chemung Street - Robert Callison (owner), Clifford Johnson, Donald Johnson, Walter Kintz, Jos. W. Jr. Knapp, Dale Wright; at 208 1/2 Chemung Street - Cora L. Bingham
May 5, 1967 The Evening Times: Desirable upstairs four rooms, tub-shower, garage, cable, range, refrigerator, zoned heat furnished. 208 Chemung Street, Waverly. 565-9117.
March 4, 1968 The Evening Times: Nice modern furnished 4 upstairs rooms. Hot water, zoned heat, tub-shower. Garage. Cable. Porch. 208 Chemung Street, Waverly 565-9117
March 11, 1968 The Evening Times: Evans Funeral To Be Wednesday. Funeral services for Henry G. Evans, 537 Chemung St., Waverly, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Luckner Funeral Home, 449 Park Ave., Waverly. Mr. Evans died last Friday afternoon in Leesburg, Fla., where he was visiting his son. Rev. Clifford Bammesberger, pastor of the Waverly Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Tioga Point Cemetery, Athens. Friends may call at the home Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 until 9 p.m.
March 14, 1968 The Evening Times: Henry G. Evans Funeral Is Held. Funeral services for Henry G. Evans, 537 Chemung St., Waverly, were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Luckner Funeral Home, 449 Park Ave., Waverly. Rev. Clifford Bammesberger, pastor of the Waverly Baptist Church, officiated. Burial was in Tioga Point Cemetery, Athens.
From 1969 Directory of Athens, Sayre, & Waverly: at 9 Athens Street - Vivian Vose and Ethel Geiger; at 208 Chemung Street - Robt. Callison (owner), Robt. B. Lutz, Richd. E. Jr. Coleman, Walter L. Kintz, Eug. Friel, Kenneth Whitbeck; at 208 1/2 Chemung Street - Cora L. Bingham
July 3, 1969 & July 25, 1969 The Evening Times: Nice upper furnished four rooms. Tub-shower, garage, cable, zoned heat, 208 Chemung Street. Waverly 565-9117
July 13, 1969 The Sunday Press Binghamton, N. Y.: Great Moment Coming by Dave Beal. Only a few truly great moments come in the lifetime of most individuals. The time is coming, though, in homes across the Southern Tier. The moment is coming somtime in the pre-dawn hours of Monday, July 21, when - if all goes as planned - Astronauts Edwin Aldrin and Neil Armstrong will become the first men to set foot on the moon.... And when the pictures come back into the living room of the split level home at 14 Corbin Street, Owego, the moment will have come for Reuben E. Long and his family. Mr. Long has worked since 1961 as manager for the Saturn rocket program at IBM-Owego. More than $80,000,000 in work has gone to the Owego facility to design and build computers, adapters and switch selectors for the Saturn, the rocket set to hurl the astronauts moonward at 7:32 a. m. Wednesday. Will Mr. Long be watching for the first glimpse of man on the moon? "You bet I will," he said. Will his three girls be up in the middle of the night, sharing his moment? The rocket program manager paused for an instant, wondering about 3 a. m. hours for 6-year-old Kathy Long, then declared: "Yes, they will." Celeste, 9, Vickie, 11, and Mrs. Long will be up at that unlikely hour, cheering for Reuben Long even harder than for the astronauts. (In 1960, he was living in one of the apartments at 208 Chemung Street, Waverly, NY.)
July 26, 1969 The Evening Times: NICE upper furnished four rooms, tub-shower, garage, cable, zoned heat. 208 Chemung Street, Waverly.
October 7, 1969 Binghamton Press, N.Y.: State Calls For Waverly Razing Bids. The state Department of Transportation will open bids Nov. 13 at Albany on the demolition of 110 buildings in the Village of Waverly to make way for the construction of the Route 17 Expressway. The Lane Construction Corp. of Meriden, Conn., is bulding 3.3 miles of the expressway in Waverly and the Town of Chemung. The state has still to let the contract for the construction of the segment from Nichols to Waverly. The 110 buildings, include garages, sheds and barns, according to the transportation department's district office at Hornell.