This is what Brown Street in Everson looked like in 1912. The view is looking toward Scottdale. From right to left are Winzek’s Grocery Store, the John F. Ryan Grocery Store, the Pisula homeplace, and the Everson House Hotel. Original photo from Stanley Kubiak, donated by Richard Campbell.
Barclay Mozart Everson, for whom the town was named. You can read about his life and about the Everson families in the Everson Centennial Souvenir Book. The photo is from the Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography, John Jordan, Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1915.
This was the Pennsylvania Railroad Station in Everson. The station handled passengers and freight during the late 1880’s and early 1900’s. The site where the railroad station stood is now occupied by Everson VFW Post 595. Photograph donated by Richard Campbell.


Everson Centennial Celebration Planning Committee


• Chairperson: Mayor Tim Shoemaker
• Co-Chairperson: Joseph Eckman
• Recording Secretary: Cheryl Shoemaker
• Treasurer: Pastor Neil Stevens
• Parade: Chuck Leighty, Bobbi Kramer
• Entertainment: Bob Kramer, Bobbi Kramer, Mike Banaszak
• Car Show: Mark Price
• Crafters: Bobbi Kramer, Deanie Smith, Dolores Wisilosky
• Food Vendors: Sherry Cottom
• Internet Page: David E. Illig, Bluebell Internet Services
• Publicity: Barbara Dzambo
• Fundraising Volunteers: Marty Adabato, Holly Cowan, Stella Cudnik, Shirley Eckman, Eleanor Gricheck, Carolyn Hart, Vern Levendosky, Elizabeth Lewandowski, Angeline Luczka, Jean Luczka

• Sponsored by the Everson Centennial Committee •
• Information Courtesy Barbara Dzambo •


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