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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

It's Jail & Bail Friday, May 29th In Coudersport

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6 comments :

Anonymous said...

Hey, is that Phil Varca in that picture getting pinched by Officer Cawlings? Maybe they finally caught up with Phil for getting the D-word started in Coudersport. Throw away the key.
Seriously though whatever happened to Phil Varca?

Anonymous said...

Phil Varca came to Coudersport back in the 1960s with an older sister I cant remember her name and a mother and they lived on Woodlawn Avenue.
He was always cracking jokes and he had a New York accent and that is where the dildine thing got started. He said it all the time and it got going pretty good in school and in the yearbooks and yes on the bathroom walls sometimes.
He also had a pet monkey and he had a parrott and he taught that parrott to say "Dildine! Dildine!"
After high school graduation in 1967 he went off to college.
Someone said he ended up in Wyoming.

Anonymous said...

First of all the name is Collins, now Cawlings.
Second of all, that is not Phil Varca in the picture. I remember Phil and all his silly sayings when he came to town. He was a funny guy and many of us girls thought he was a sweetie. It was cool that he was from the big city.
I don't remember the monkey or the parrot but I do remember him saying dildine a lot and having to write it on the blackboard about a million times to break the habit.

Anonymous said...

I don't understand why people were anti-dildine then and now. I'm just glad they'll have dildine booths at the Bioblitz and the Hobbit & Fairy Festival.

Anonymous said...

That is not Phil Varca in the picture.
Yes he is the culprit. He got everybody saying dill-dine way back in the 1960s.
It should have been in a song by Ollie and the Gos Gos.
I have a beanie that Gene Butler was selling way back when that band was playing I think at the Grange and the autographs are from Thom and Larry and Allen and somebody wrote "Dildine" instead of there real name.
Was that you Fred Barnett? Maybe Charlie Cole or David Andersen or Mudd The Dildine King Boro Manager?
Or maybe the Beak?
Who knows?
I say we arrest all of them dildine lovers who were in Ollie and the Go Gos and see who pays there bail?
Where is Duck Johnson, Jasper Tingley and that gang when we need them?
Whatever happened to Duck Johnson??? Somebody here must know.

Anonymous said...

Was Phil Varca musically inclined?