Cupples, Andrew Milton, blacksmith
Yep, they were 'the good old times, but sometimes I miss a few of the old- timers as I did the other J«rne/5 IB. Reeder-, 1409 'Blair ave. called to my. attention that there were other blacksmith ahope in addition addition to those, menitoned. .' .There was a b'lacksmith shop at Jethe corner of Woodland, ave. and! .M'.'mrv' «( ^nPi-flt^d bv Andrew st., ., Milton Cu.opleSi iHe, was married to one of the daughters of David R. ,Mcc:intock. Mr.. Reeder, whom I believe we as kids knew as Ernie, worked for Mr.- Cupples as did the late Lawrence Whippo, 1 believe. They "shawed" horsed for George Grazier and Bob Ross, who then had' milk -runs in Tyrone. Re'eder Brother^ arid Houman, also on IMuncy, st., did heavy blacksmith blacksmith work .but nd 'horse shoeing. Mr. Cupples was the inventor 'of the adjustable tooth for big clams and steam shovels, 'and. many were made at the plant on Muncy >t.