Thursday, September 2, 1909 – The church of the Brethren Orphan’s Home at Timberville was opened. The sum of $10,000 had been set aside to finance the project.
September, 1948 – During the first nine months of 1948, there were 10, 797 phone calls placed. The telephone switchboard was located on the upper floor of the old post office building.
September 8, 1928 – The brick walls were being erected for the new Brethren Church in Timberville. The old wooden church, built in 1878-79, burned March 25, 1928. The new church was completed in 1929.
September, 1948 – Construction was underway for the new Timberville Department Store on Route 42.
September, 1929 – School opened in Timberville with 245 students in attendance.
September 1909 – Around the Timberville area, the price of eggs was 24 cents a dozen, ham – 17 cents a pound, bacon – 15 cents a pound, and apples were 50 cents a bushel.
September 1950 – The livestock pens owned by the Southern Railway at Timberville was to be torn down Jot enough livestock was being shipped to maintain them. However, the railway freight traffic was booming in Timberville. The Timberville siding had 65 cars loading or unloading raw and finished products.