Daily Archives: February 3, 2009

‘Painting pastor’s’ work survives devastating southeastern York County blaze

In 1949, the Rev. Dr. C. Guy Stambach works on a painting that now hangs in Dallastown’s Bethlehem United Methodist Church. A similar painting survived a devastating fire at Shenberger’s Chapel, another United Methodist congregation, in Chanceford Township in southeastern … Continue reading

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Message to Hitler: There’d be devil to pay if he came up against tanks made in York, Pa.

This York Corporation worker had a little fun painting a devil’s mask on his hood. (To view the face behind the desk, see photo below.) Background posts: ‘Little Johnny’ called for Allies in World War II and The bomb: ‘And … Continue reading

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