Photo of High Street in Newville, Pennsylvania, decorated for the town's sesquicentennial.

The town of Newville lodges in the northwest corner of Cumberland County.1 The first settler, Andrew Ralston, arrived in 1728.2 The town was founded by Scots-Irish when the Big Spring Presbyterian Church, which dates to 1737, sold lots from its 89 acres in 1790.

The North End A's

In the Carlisle of 1946 with the war over, the US Army Medical Field Service School left the Barracks for Ft. Sam Houston in Texas, the Pennsylvania Palomino Exhibitors Association was incorporated, McCoy Brothers, Inc. construction service was established, and BSA Troop 173 was chartered at Carlisle Barracks. And boys played baseball all summer.