Saturday, August 26, 2017


This poster was relevant to a USA news event that impacted a generation.  

An early 1950's fire was one of the most dangerous in Pocomoke City's history.

Read about these items on this Sunday's Time Machine here at The Pocomoke Public Eye.

Friday, August 25, 2017

Donald "Don" Malloy

A memorial service is scheduled for 5 p.m. Saturday at the Elk's Lodge for Pocomoke City's Don Malloy who passed away earlier this week.
(excerpt from obituary)
Donald, known to most as Don, moved to Pocomoke in 1960 and dedicated his life to the town. His local contributions include; Jaycees, Civic Council, Board of Directors for the Mar-Va Theater, four time Exalted Ruler at the Elks Lodge#1624, Choir Director at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, Master of Ceremonies for the Little Miss Pocomoke Contest, Head Umpire for Pocomoke Little League, and Pocomoke City Councilman. He was also instrumental in the design and construction of the Cypress Park Nature Trail and was Santa Claus for over fifty years in the Pocomoke Christmas Parade.

He proudly served as a member of the Pocomoke City Volunteer Fire Department for 48 years, was one of the first professional CRTs on the Ambulance Squad, and faithfully manned the Fire Department's Annual Chicken BBQ Fundraiser.

Full obituary at:

Sunday, August 20, 2017

TIME MACHINE: 2003, 1902, 1989(re 1943) 1953.

Our Little Corner In Space And Time    
(Reader-friendly viewing of news archives/historical archives material)

February, 2003

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The Somerset Herald (Princess Anne)

January, 1902

                           The Philadelphia Enquirer

April, 1989 (Former president George H.W. Bush's Eastern Shore connection)

Parade Magazine

August, 1953
Salisbury Times

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