Saturday, April 29, 2017

Wolf, Wilmer - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Florence Strunk and Harrison Remaly, of Bethlehem, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wolf, South Whitfield Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 8

Remaly, Harrison - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Florence Strunk and Harrison Remaly, of Bethlehem, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wolf, South Whitfield Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 8

Strunk, Florence - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Florence Strunk and Harrison Remaly, of Bethlehem, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wolf, South Whitfield Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 8

Merle, Thomas - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Joseph Rampulla, Park Street, visited Mrs. Thomas Merle and family, at Phillipsburg, N. J., on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 8

Shankweller, Robert - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shankweller, of Hollo, called on Mr. and Mrs. Franklin B. Leh, Evergreen Street, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 8

Brobst, William - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Brobst and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. William Brobst, of town, visited relatives at Tamauqua, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 8

Brobst, Nathan - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Brobst and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. William Brobst, of town, visited relatives at Tamauqua, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 8

Black, Henry - 1937

Locals Section
Henry Black, South Whitfield Street, celebrated his birthday anniversary on Wednesday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Patti, Salvatore (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Salvatore Patti and family, of Phillipsburg, N.J., visited Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rampulla and family, Park Street, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Leh, Franklin B. - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shive and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin B. Leh, of town, motored to Skytop, Pike Co., on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shankweller, of Hollo, called on Mr. and Mrs. Franklin B. Leh, Evergreen Street, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 8

Shive, Paul - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shive and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin B. Leh, of town, motored to Skytop, Pike Co., on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Knauss, Charles - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Thelma Knauss, of Reading, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knauss and family, Green Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Knauss, Thelma - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Thelma Knauss, of Reading, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knauss and family, Green Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Henry, William E. - 1937

Locals Section
James Henry, of New York City, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Henry, North Main Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Henry, James - 1937

Locals Section
James Henry, of New York City, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Henry, North Main Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Clewell, William - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Charles Gogel and daughters Mae and Gladys and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. William Clewell and family, at Allentown, on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Gogel, Gladys - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Charles Gogel and daughters Mae and Gladys and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. William Clewell and family, at Allentown, on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Gogel, Mae - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Charles Gogel and daughters Mae and Gladys and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. William Clewell and family, at Allentown, on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Grube, William - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Grube, of Hecktown, spent Saturday at Phillipsburg, N.J.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Butz, Ervin - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Butz, of Allentown, called on Mr. and Mrs. William Andrew, Evergreen Street, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Franczak, Baby Girl - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Franczak, Oak Street, are the proud parents of a baby girl on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Franczak, Thomas - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Franczak, Oak Street, are the proud parents of a baby girl on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Smith, Stewart - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roth, Park Street, called on Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Smith, at Edelmans, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Smith, Joseph - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roth, Park Street, called on Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Smith, at Edelmans, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Andrew, William - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Edna Gower and Edward Steckel, of Macungie, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Andrew, Evergreen Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Butz, of Allentown, called on Mr. and Mrs. William Andrew, Evergreen Street, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Steckel, Edward - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Edna Gower and Edward Steckel, of Macungie, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Andrew, Evergreen Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Gower, Edna - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Edna Gower and Edward Steckel, of Macungie, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Andrew, Evergreen Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Rohrbach, Howard - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoch, South Main Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rohrbach and family, at Allentown, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Hoch, Raymond - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoch, South Main Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rohrbach and family, at Allentown, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Ambrose, Charles - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Charles Ambrose, Oak Street, who had been a patient at the St. Luke's Hospital, at Bethlehem, returned home on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Brody, Louis - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Alice Brody, student at Keystone State Teachers College at Kutstown, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brody, South Main Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Brody, Alice - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Alice Brody, student at Keystone State Teachers College at Kutstown, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brody, South Main Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Lazarus, Reuben - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wagner and family, South Main Street, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Lazarus, at Allentown.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Brodt, Clara - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rampulla, Park Street, visited Mrs. Clara Brodt and family, at Bethlehem, on Wednesday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Rampulla, Joseph - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rampulla, Park Street, visited Mrs. Clara Brodt and family, at Bethlehem, on Wednesday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6
 
Locals Section
Mrs. Salvatore Patti and family, of Phillipsburg, N.J., visited Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rampulla and family, Park Street, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Frey, Harold - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frey, of Bath, visited Mr. and Mrs. Clark Vogel and family, Lincoln Avenue on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Smith, Mary A. - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. John Cowelly, of Easton, were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Silfies and Mrs. Mary A. Smith, South Broad Street on Wednesday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Silfies, William - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. John Cowelly, of Easton, were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Silfies and Mrs. Mary A. Smith, South Broad Street on Wednesday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Wind Gap
by Mrs. Luther Houck

The funeral of Walter F. Kern was held on Sunday afternoon with private services at his home followed with public services in St John's Reformed Church, Nazareth.  The services which were very largely attended were in charge of the Rev. Walter H. Diehl and the Rev. Dr. Wallace H. Wotring.  Interment amid many beautiful floral tributes was made in the Greenwood Cemetery, Nazareth.  The following served as pallbearers, Harold Starner, George Brodt, Harry Reichenbach, William Follweiler, Sylvanus Fehnel, Harold R. Robeson, John Evans and Russell Cowell.  Honorary pallbearers were Oliver Knauss, Willis Magenbuch, Howard Shimer, William Silfies, George Kahler and Arthur Hellick..
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Cowelly, John - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. John Cowelly, of Easton, were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Silfies and Mrs. Mary A. Smith, South Broad Street on Wednesday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Verbos, John - 1937

Locals Section
John Verbos, of New York City, spent Sunday visiting relatives in town.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Skelly, Peter - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Vogel, Lincoln Avenue, visited Mr. and Mrs. Peter Skelly and family, at Allentown, on Wednesday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Vogel, Clark - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Vogel, Lincoln Avenue, visited Mr. and Mrs. Peter Skelly and family, at Allentown, on Wednesday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frey, of Bath, visited Mr. and Mrs. Clark Vogel and family, Lincoln Avenue on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Magenbuch, Willis - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Lucille Magenbuch, student at Keystone State Teachers College at Kutstown, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Magenbuch, South Whitfield Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Wind Gap
by Mrs. Luther Houck

The funeral of Walter F. Kern was held on Sunday afternoon with private services at his home followed with public services in St John's Reformed Church, Nazareth.  The services which were very largely attended were in charge of the Rev. Walter H. Diehl and the Rev. Dr. Wallace H. Wotring.  Interment amid many beautiful floral tributes was made in the Greenwood Cemetery, Nazareth.  The following served as pallbearers, Harold Starner, George Brodt, Harry Reichenbach, William Follweiler, Sylvanus Fehnel, Harold R. Robeson, John Evans and Russell Cowell.  Honorary pallbearers were Oliver Knauss, Willis Magenbuch, Howard Shimer, William Silfies, George Kahler and Arthur Hellick..
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Magenbuch, Lucille - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Lucille Magenbuch, student at Keystone State Teachers College at Kutstown, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Magenbuch, South Whitfield Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Palmer, John - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. William Palmer and family, Lincoln Avenue, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer at Belvidere, N.J., on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Beil, Lester - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. A. Peters, of Edelmans, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester Beil and family, Mauch Chunk Street, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Peters, A. - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. A. Peters, of Edelmans, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester Beil and family, Mauch Chunk Street, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Roth, William (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stofflet and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roth, Park Street, called on Mr. and Mrs. William Roth, at Schoenersville, on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Roth, Charles - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stofflet and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roth, Park Street, called on Mr. and Mrs. William Roth, at Schoenersville, on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roth, Park Street, called on Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Smith, at Edelmans, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Stofflet, Norman - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stofflet and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roth, Park Street, called on Mr. and Mrs. William Roth, at Schoenersville, on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Frantz, William (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Stella Frantz and daughters, Lena and Margaret and sons Thomas, Lester and Albert, and granddaughter, Miss Marlene Wertley, of Forks Township, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gogel and family and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street , on Thursday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Locals Section
Mrs. Charles Gogel and daughters Mae and Gladys and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. William Clewell and family, at Allentown, on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

 Sale Register
April 10 - Pubic sale of real estate and household goods at 25 Park Street, Nazareth, Pa., by Mrs. William A. Frantz.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Gogel, Charles - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Stella Frantz and daughters, Lena and Margaret and sons Thomas, Lester and Albert, and granddaughter, Miss Marlene Wertley, of Forks Township, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gogel and family and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street , on Thursday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Locals Section
Mrs. Charles Gogel and daughters Mae and Gladys and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. William Clewell and family, at Allentown, on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Wertley, Marlene - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Stella Frantz and daughters, Lena and Margaret and sons Thomas, Lester and Albert, and granddaughter, Miss Marlene Wertley, of Forks Township, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gogel and family and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street , on Thursday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Frantz, Albert - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Stella Frantz and daughters, Lena and Margaret and sons Thomas, Lester and Albert, and granddaughter, Miss Marlene Wertley, of Forks Township, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gogel and family and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street , on Thursday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Frantz, Lester - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Stella Frantz and daughters, Lena and Margaret and sons Thomas, Lester and Albert, and granddaughter, Miss Marlene Wertley, of Forks Township, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gogel and family and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street , on Thursday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Frantz, Thomas - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Stella Frantz and daughters, Lena and Margaret and sons Thomas, Lester and Albert, and granddaughter, Miss Marlene Wertley, of Forks Township, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gogel and family and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street , on Thursday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Frantz, Margaret - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Stella Frantz and daughters, Lena and Margaret and sons Thomas, Lester and Albert, and granddaughter, Miss Marlene Wertley, of Forks Township, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gogel and family and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street , on Thursday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Frantz, Lena - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Stella Frantz and daughters, Lena and Margaret and sons Thomas, Lester and Albert, and granddaughter, Miss Marlene Wertley, of Forks Township, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gogel and family and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street , on Thursday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Stockertown
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Heller and family, Mr. Lester Heller and Miss Lena Frantz spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Werner and family at East Lawn.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Frantz, Stella - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Stella Frantz and daughters, Lena and Margaret and sons Thomas, Lester and Albert, and granddaughter, Miss Marlene Wertley, of Forks Township, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gogel and family and Mrs. William Frantz, Park Street , on Thursday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Gower, Thomas - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. William Palmer and family, Lincoln Avenue, visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gower and family at Kunkletown on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Palmer, William - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. William Palmer and family, Lincoln Avenue, visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gower and family at Kunkletown on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. William Palmer and family, Lincoln Avenue, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer at Belvidere, N.J., on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Kurtz, Emma - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Joseph Smith and Mrs. Floyd Wagner and children, of town, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Emma Kurtz, at Allentown.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Wagner, Floyd (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Joseph Smith and Mrs. Floyd Wagner and children, of town, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Emma Kurtz, at Allentown.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wagner and family, South Main Street, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Lazarus, at Allentown.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 6

Smith, Joseph (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Joseph Smith and Mrs. Floyd Wagner and children, of town, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Emma Kurtz, at Allentown.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Kolbe, Anna - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Anna Kolbe, South Street, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Harris at Bethlehem.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Stout, Russell - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stout, South Main Street, returned home after spending some time in Florida.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Bowers, Paul - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bowers have recently moved into the Stofflet Apartments, South Main Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Haldeman, Raymond - 1937

Locals Section
Raymond Haldeman, Belvidere Street, spent Thursday in New York City.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Kline, Charles - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kline and family, Palmer Township, visited Mr. and Mrs. James Sloyer and family, Chestnut Avenue, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Evans, Thomas - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thomas, of Bangor, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans, of Pen Argyl, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family, Chestnut Avenue.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Thomas, Thomas - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thomas, of Bangor, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans, of Pen Argyl, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family, Chestnut Avenue.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

DeReamer, Robert - 1937

Locals Section
Robert DeReamer, South Whitfield Street, motored to Camden, N. J., on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Todd, William - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. William Todd, of Easton, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family, Chestnut Avenue.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Fenstermacher, Mildred - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Mildred Fenstermacher, of Washington, N. J., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beil and Mrs. E. M. Kostenbader, Mauch Chunk Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Siegfried, Calvin - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. John Reinhard, North Main Street, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Siegfried, at Belfast.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Reinhard, John (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. John Reinhard, North Main Street, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Siegfried, at Belfast.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Vaughn, Virginia - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Vaughn and daughter Virginia, of Bethlehem, visited Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family, Chestnut Avenue, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Vaughn, A. C. - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Vaughn and daughter Virginia, of Bethlehem, visited Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family, Chestnut Avenue, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Hughes, David - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Ruth Hughes, student nurse at the Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family, Chestnut Avenue.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Vaughn and daughter Virginia, of Bethlehem, visited Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family, Chestnut Avenue, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. William Todd, of Easton, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family, Chestnut Avenue.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thomas, of Bangor, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans, of Pen Argyl, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family, Chestnut Avenue.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Hughes, Ruth - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Ruth Hughes, student nurse at the Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family, Chestnut Avenue.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Sloyer, James - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sloyer and family, of Belfast, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Sloyer, Chestnut Avenue, on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kline and family, Palmer Township, visited Mr. and Mrs. James Sloyer and family, Chestnut Avenue, on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Sloyer, Benjamin - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sloyer and family, of Belfast, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Sloyer, Chestnut Avenue, on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Hess, Eugene (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Clarence Beil, Mrs. E. M. Kostenbader, of town, and Mrs. Eugene Hess, of Rochester, Michigan, spent Saturday at Allentown.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Kostenbader, E. M. (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Clarence Beil, Mrs. E. M. Kostenbader, of town, and Mrs. Eugene Hess, of Rochester, Michigan, spent Saturday at Allentown.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Locals Section
Miss Mildred Fenstermacher, of Washington, N. J., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beil and Mrs. E. M. Kostenbader, Mauch Chunk Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Beil, Clarence (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Clarence Beil, Mrs. E. M. Kostenbader, of town, and Mrs. Eugene Hess, of Rochester, Michigan, spent Saturday at Allentown.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Locals Section
Miss Mildred Fenstermacher, of Washington, N. J., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beil and Mrs. E. M. Kostenbader, Mauch Chunk Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 5

Bachman, R. B. - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bowers, who formerly resided at 361 Mauch Chunk Street, recently moved into R. B. Bachman's house on Madison Avenue.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Bowers, Willard - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bowers, who formerly resided at 361 Mauch Chunk Street, recently moved into R. B. Bachman's house on Madison Avenue.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Noll, Mary - 1937

Locals Section
Misses Betty, Myra and Mary Noll, North Main Street, spent Sunday at Easton.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Noll, Myra - 1937

Locals Section
Misses Betty, Myra and Mary Noll, North Main Street, spent Sunday at Easton.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Noll, Betty - 1937

Locals Section
Misses Betty, Myra and Mary Noll, North Main Street, spent Sunday at Easton.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Danner, Leon - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Danner, of Stockertown, motored through the Poconos on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Harris, John - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Helen Kolbe, Mauch Chunk Street, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Harris at Bethlehem.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Kolbe, Helen - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Helen Kolbe, Mauch Chunk Street, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Harris at Bethlehem.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Patti, Nicholas - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Joseph Rampulla, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Patti, of Phillipsburg, N. J., visited friends at Pennington, N. J. on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Rampulla, Joseph (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Joseph Rampulla, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Patti, of Phillipsburg, N. J., visited friends at Pennington, N. J. on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Locals Section
Mrs. Joseph Rampulla, Park Street, visited Mrs. Thomas Merle and family, at Phillipsburg, N. J., on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 8

Trein, Lillie - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knauss were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Eyer and family and Mrs. Lillie Trein, South Whitefield Street on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Eyer and family, and Mrs. Lillie Trine, South Whitfield Street, spent Saturday visiting friends at Allentown
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Eyer, Stewart - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knauss were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Eyer and family and Mrs. Lillie Trein, South Whitefield Street on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

 Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Eyer and family, and Mrs. Lillie Trine, South Whitfield Street, spent Saturday visiting friends at Allentown
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 7

Knauss, Henry - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knauss were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Eyer and family and Mrs. Lillie Trein, South Whitefield Street on Sunday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Hess, Russell - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Smith, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hess, of Cherry Hill, spent Saturday in New York City.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Smith, Malcolm - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Smith, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hess, of Cherry Hill, spent Saturday in New York City.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Friday, April 28, 2017

Wilson, Elizabeth - 1880

1880 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1879 and 31-May-1880

Name: Wilson, Elizabeth
Age: 82
Sex: Female
Color: White
Single, Married or Widowed: Widowed
Place of Birth: Virginia
Father Place of Birth: Virginia
Mother Place of Birth: Virginia
Profession, Occupation or Trade: House Keeping
Month Died: October
Cause of Death: Dropsy
How long a resident of the county: 9 months
Name of attending Physician: Jacob Albert

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1880 Census Mortality Schedule; Supervisor’s District No.1, Enumeration District No. 118, persons who died during the year ending May 31, 1880, enumerated by me in the first Civil District, in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, J. H. Agee, Enumerator.

I certify that I have this day completed the enumeration of the district assigned me and that the returns have been duly and truthfully made in accordance with law and my oath of office.
June 25th 1880
J. H. Agee, Enumerator

Kebins, William - 1880

1880 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1879 and 31-May-1880

Name: Kebins, William
Age: 3
Sex: Male
Color: White
Single, Married or Widowed: Single
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Father Place of Birth: Tennessee
Mother Place of Birth: Tennessee
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Month Died: October
Cause of Death: Diptheria
How long a resident of the county: 3 years
Name of attending Physician: Jacob Albert

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1880 Census Mortality Schedule; Supervisor’s District No.1, Enumeration District No. 118, persons who died during the year ending May 31, 1880, enumerated by me in the first Civil District, in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, J. H. Agee, Enumerator.

I certify that I have this day completed the enumeration of the district assigned me and that the returns have been duly and truthfully made in accordance with law and my oath of office.
June 25th 1880
J. H. Agee, Enumerator

Thirley, Stuley - 1880

1880 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1879 and 31-May-1880

Name: Thirley, Stuley
Age: 9 months
Sex: Male
Color: White
Single, Married or Widowed: Single
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Father Place of Birth: Tennessee
Mother Place of Birth: Tennessee
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Month Died: September
Cause of Death: B???
How long a resident of the county:
Name of attending Physician: John Jones

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1880 Census Mortality Schedule; Supervisor’s District No.1, Enumeration District No. 118, persons who died during the year ending May 31, 1880, enumerated by me in the first Civil District, in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, J. H. Agee, Enumerator.

I certify that I have this day completed the enumeration of the district assigned me and that the returns have been duly and truthfully made in accordance with law and my oath of office.
June 25th 1880
J. H. Agee, Enumerator

Agee, John C.- 1880

1880 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1879 and 31-May-1880

Name: Agee, John C.
Age: 14 days
Sex: Male
Color: White
Single, Married or Widowed: Single
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Father Place of Birth: Tennessee
Mother Place of Birth: Tennessee
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Month Died: September
Cause of Death: Croup
How long a resident of the county:
Name of attending Physician: J. H. Agee

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1880 Census Mortality Schedule; Supervisor’s District No.1, Enumeration District No. 118, persons who died during the year ending May 31, 1880, enumerated by me in the first Civil District, in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, J. H. Agee, Enumerator.

I certify that I have this day completed the enumeration of the district assigned me and that the returns have been duly and truthfully made in accordance with law and my oath of office.
June 25th 1880
J. H. Agee, Enumerator

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Loving, Charles S. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Charles S. Loving
Age: 3 months
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: September
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Croup
Number of Days Ill: 7

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Powell, Horace M. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Horace M. Powell
Age: 2 months
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: November
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: not known
Number of Days Ill: 60

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Arthur, Lucinda - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Lucinda Arthur
Age: 18
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: April
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Sudden
Number of Days Ill:

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Walden, Hannah - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Hannah Walden
Age: 1
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: August
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Accident
Number of Days Ill: 16

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Watson, Elizabeth - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Elizabeth Watson
Age: 15
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: November
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Fever
Number of Days Ill: 14

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Watson, John - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: John Watson
Age: 18
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: August
Profession, Occupation or Trade: Farm Laborer
Cause of Death: Fever
Number of Days Ill: 10

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Leach, Thomas - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Thomas Leach
Age: 3
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: December
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Croup
Number of Days Ill: 6

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Lay, John D. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: John D. Lay
Age: 68
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed: Married
Place of Birth: not known
Month Died: May
Profession, Occupation or Trade: Farmer
Cause of Death: Consumption
Number of Days Ill: 37

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Davis, Aaron - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Aaron Davis
Age: 4
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: November
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Croup
Number of Days Ill: 4

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Douglas, Lucy - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Lucy Douglas
Age: 10 months
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: May
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Croup
Number of Days Ill: 7

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Monday, April 24, 2017

Douglas, Nancy - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Nancy Douglas
Age: 4
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: April
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Croup
Number of Days Ill: 8

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Pentine, Cynthia - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Cynthia Pentine
Age: 62
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed: Married
Place of Birth: Kentucky
Month Died: December
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Fever
Number of Days Ill: 30

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Cooper, Peroga D. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Peroga D. Cooper
Age: 2
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: August
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Paralysis
Number of Days Ill: 6

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Patrick, James - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: James Patrick
Age: 10 months
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: December
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Croup
Number of Days Ill: 5

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Parrott, Mary - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Mary Parrott
Age: 60
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed: Widowed
Place of Birth: North Carolina
Month Died: November
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Consumption
Number of Days Ill: 120

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Housely, Robert - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Robert Housely
Age: 9 months
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: November
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Croup
Number of Days Ill: 30

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Heatherly, Melinda - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Melinda Heatherly
Age: 3 months
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: September
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: not known
Number of Days Ill: 60

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Ivey, Nancy J. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Nancy J. Ivey
Age: 2 months
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: March
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Croup
Number of Days Ill: 14

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Hollinsworth, William - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: William Hollinsworth
Age: 20
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: March
Profession, Occupation or Trade: Farmer
Cause of Death: Pleurisy
Number of Days Ill: 64

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Cooper, Roraga D. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Roraga D. Cooper
Age: 2
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: August
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Paralysis
Number of Days Ill: 6

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Reinert, Joseph - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Keck and family, of Kerndale, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reinert, at Quakertown.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Keck, Harrison - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Keck and family, of Kerndale, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reinert, at Quakertown.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Kleckner, Claude - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Ethel Kleckner, of Bethlehem, spent Sunday with her father, Claude Kleckner and family, Easton Road.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Kleckner, Ethel - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Ethel Kleckner, of Bethlehem, spent Sunday with her father, Claude Kleckner and family, Easton Road.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Noll, Forrest - 1937

Locals Section
Billy Moses, of Easton, visited Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Noll and family, North Main Street, on Tuesday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Moses, Billy - 1937

Locals Section
Billy Moses, of Easton, visited Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Noll and family, North Main Street, on Tuesday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Heckman, C. T. (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. C. T. Heckman, of Allentown visited relatives in town on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Cole, Reuben - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. John Edelman, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Rothrock, of Bath, visited Mr. and Mrs, Reuben Cole, at Northampton n Monday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Rothrock, Abbott - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. John Edelman, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Rothrock, of Bath, visited Mr. and Mrs, Reuben Cole, at Northampton on Monday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Edelman, John - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. John Edelman, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Rothrock, of Bath, visited Mr. and Mrs, Reuben Cole, at Northampton on Monday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Earnest, W. S. - 1874

Birmingham Industries
Lawyers
Jolly & Grace                A. O. Lane
R. H. Pearson               W. S. Earnest
James E. Hawkins        E. K. Fulton
Young & Moore          Phelan & McAdory
Voldy Alston                O. H. Milner
C. F. Hamill                  J. T. Terry
Edgar L. Clarkson        Geo. G. McWhorter
Hewett & Walker         Porter & Martin

~ Birmingham Iron Age, 17-Nov-1874, Page 3, Column 5

Morrel, Wallace - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Wallace Morrel
Age: 1
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: August
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Fever
Number of Days Ill: 60

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Ford, Rebecca - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Rebecca Ford
Age: 8
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: October
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Fever
Number of Days Ill: 14

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Keaton, Mary E. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Mary E. Keaton
Age: 11 months
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: January
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Croup
Number of Days Ill: 3

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Hurman, John - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: John Hurman
Age: 66
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed: Married
Place of Birth: Virginia
Month Died: February
Profession, Occupation or Trade: Farmer
Cause of Death: Sudden death
Number of Days Ill:

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Happel, W. J. (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Maybelle Happel, of Philadelphia, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. W. J. Happel, East Centre Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Happel, Maybelle - 1937

Locals Section
Miss Maybelle Happel, of Philadelphia, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. W. J. Happel, East Centre Street.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Rohn, Gloria - 1937

Locals Section
Gloria Rohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Rohn, Walnut Street, is confined to her home with the Mumps.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Andrews, Clara - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Asher Magenbuch and Mrs. Clara Andrews were Easton shoppers on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Magenbuch, Asher (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mrs. Asher Magenbuch and Mrs. Clara Andrews were Easton shoppers on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Stuber, M. E. - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Stuber, Tatamy Road, Mrs. R. L. Hoch and L. J. Rohn, Walnut Street, visited Mrs. A. W. Sandt? Bandt? at Easton on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Hawk, Ernest - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stuber and daughter Arlene, Mr. and Mrs. L J. Rohn and Mrs. R. L. Hoch, Walnut Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hawk, Easton, R. D. 3, over the week end.  The occasion being Mrs. Hawk's birthday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Hoch, R. L. (Mrs.) - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stuber and daughter Arlene, Mr. and Mrs. L J. Rohn and Mrs. R. L. Hoch, Walnut Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hawk, Easton, R. D. 3, over the week end.  The occasion being Mrs. Hawk's birthday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Stuber, Tatamy Road, Mrs. R. L. Hoch and L. J. Rohn, Walnut Street, visited Mrs. A. W. Sandt? Bandt? at Easton on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Rohn, L. J. - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stuber and daughter Arlene, Mr. and Mrs. L J. Rohn and Mrs. R. L. Hoch, Walnut Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hawk, Easton, R. D. 3, over the week end.  The occasion being Mrs. Hawk's birthday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Stuber, Tatamy Road, Mrs. R. L. Hoch and L. J. Rohn, Walnut Street, visited Mrs. A. W. Sandt? Bandt? at Easton on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Locals Section
Gloria Rohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Rohn, Walnut Street, is confined to her home with the Mumps.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Stuber, Arlene - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stuber and daughter Arlene, Mr. and Mrs. L J. Rohn and Mrs. R. L. Hoch, Walnut Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hawk, Easton, R. D. 3, over the week end.  The occasion being Mrs. Hawk's birthday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Stuber, C. M. - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stuber and daughter Arlene, Mr. and Mrs. L J. Rohn and Mrs. R. L. Hoch, Walnut Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hawk, Easton, R. D. 3, over the week end.  The occasion being Mrs. Hawk's birthday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Itterly, Clara - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bender, of Tatamy, and Mrs. Clara Itterly, were Allentown shoppers on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Bender, Walter - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bender, of Tatamy, and Mrs. Clara Itterly, were Allentown shoppers on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Shultz, G. M. - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Earhart and daughter Susan and Mr. Earhart's sister Ella, of New Foundland, Pa., spent Sunday with Mrs. Shultz's parents, Rev. and Mrs. G M. Shultz.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Locals Section
Rev. G. M. Schultz, East Centre Street, celebrated his birthday yesterday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Earhart, Ella - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Earhart and daughter Susan and Mr. Earhart's sister Ella, of New Foundland, Pa., spent Sunday with Mrs. Shultz's parents, Rev. and Mrs. G M. Shultz.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Earhart, Susan - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Earhart and daughter Susan and Mr. Earhart's sister Ella, of New Foundland, Pa., spent Sunday with Mrs. Shultz's parents, Rev. and Mrs. G M. Shultz.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Earhart, Frank - 1937

Locals Section
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Earhart and daughter Susan and Mr. Earhart's sister Ella, of New Foundland, Pa., spent Sunday with Mrs. Shultz's parents, Rev. and Mrs. G M. Shultz.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 4

Shimer, Charles L. - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Oliver M. Kahler, late of the Borough of Nazareth, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.
Whereas , letters testamentary in the above-named estate have been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands to present same without delay to:
Morris C Kahler, R. D. No 1, Nazareth, Pa.
Stewart O Kahler, 1550 Northampton St., Easton, Pa; Executors
Charles L Shimer, Attorney
Odd Fellows Building
Nazareth, Pa
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 3

Estate Notice
Estate of Emma E. Rohn Laufer, late of the Borough of Nazareth, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters of administration in the above-named estate have been granted to the undersigned.  All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands to present the same without delay to
Mrs. Mary A. Reese, 118 South Main St., Nazareth, Pa., Administratrix
Charles L. Shimer, Attorney
Odd Fellows Building, Nazareth, Pa.
                                    216-G

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 8

Kahler, Stewart O. - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Oliver M. Kahler, late of the Borough of Nazareth, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.
Whereas , letters testamentary in the above-named estate have been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands to present same without delay to:
Morris C Kahler, R. D. No 1, Nazareth, Pa.
Stewart O Kahler, 1550 Northampton St., Easton, Pa; Executors
Charles L Shimer, Attorney
Odd Fellows Building
Nazareth, Pa
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 3

Kahler, Morris C. - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Oliver M. Kahler, late of the Borough of Nazareth, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.
Whereas , letters testamentary in the above-named estate have been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands to present same without delay to:
Morris C Kahler, R. D. No 1, Nazareth, Pa.
Stewart O Kahler, 1550 Northampton St., Easton, Pa; Executors
Charles L Shimer, Attorney
Odd Fellows Building
Nazareth, Pa
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 3

Kahler, Oliver M. - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Oliver M. Kahler, late of the Borough of Nazareth, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.
Whereas , letters testamentary in the above-named estate have been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands to present same without delay to:
Morris C Kahler, R. D. No 1, Nazareth, Pa.
Stewart O Kahler, 1550 Northampton St., Easton, Pa; Executors
Charles L Shimer, Attorney
Odd Fellows Building
Nazareth, Pa
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 3

You can visit the memorial page for Oliver M. Kahler.

Goodgard, Kate - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Kreamer, Agnes - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Lovet, Ciotha - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Ciotha Lovet
Age: 20
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed: Married
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: July
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Not known
Number of Days Ill: 2 years

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who

Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell,

State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Bratcher, Elizabeth - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Elizabeth Bratcher
Age: 85
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed: Widowed
Place of Birth: Virginia
Month Died: September
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Old Age
Number of Days Ill: 365

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Morrison, Josephine - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Josephine Morrison
Age: 6
Sex: Female
Color: Black
Free or Slave: Slave
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: July
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Smothered
Number of Days Ill:

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Peterson, Joseph - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Joseph Peterson
Age: 10
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: September
Profession, Occupation or Trade: Student
Cause of Death: Typhoid Fever
Number of Days Ill: 21

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Hope, Martha - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Martha Hope
Age: 37
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: April
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Consumption
Number of Days Ill: 365

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Brocher, Anna E. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860

Name: Anna E. Brocher
Age: 12
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: August
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Flux
Number of Days Ill: 7

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1860 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, W. H. Malone Ass't Marshall.

Friday, April 21, 2017

Lay, Jesse - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850

Name: Jesse Lay
Age: 84
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed: Widowed
Place of Birth: unknown
Month Died: March
Profession, Occupation or Trade: none
Cause of Death: Old Age
Number of Days Ill: 9

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1850 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1850, in 17th Sub Division in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, John Phillips Ass't Marshall.

Douglas, Samuel - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850

Name: Samuel Douglas
Age: 5
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: September
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: unknown
Number of Days Ill: 4

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1850 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1850, in 17th Sub Division in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, John Phillips Ass't Marshall.

Douglas, James - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850

Name: James Douglas
Age: 7
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed:
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: September
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: unknown
Number of Days Ill: 2

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1850 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1850, in 17th Sub Division in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, John Phillips Ass't Marshall.

Davis, George - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850

Name: George Davis
Age: 78
Sex: Male
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed: Married
Place of Birth: unknown
Month Died: April
Profession, Occupation or Trade: Farmer
Cause of Death: unknown
Number of Days Ill: 39

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1850 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1850, in 17th Sub Division in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, John Phillips Ass't Marshall.

Kegley, Kathrine - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850

Last Name: Kegley
First Name: Kathrine
Gender: Female
Age: 17
State Born: Virginia
Month Died: June
Cause of Death: Typhoid Fever
Occupation:

~ Source: 1850 Blount County Tennessee Mortality Schedule

You can visit the memorial page for Kathrine Kegley.

Keller, Milly - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850

Name: Milly Keller
Age: 23
Sex: Female
Color:
Free or Slave:
Married or Widowed: Married
Place of Birth: Tennessee
Month Died: March
Profession, Occupation or Trade:
Cause of Death: Fever
Number of Days Ill: 13

~ Campbell County Tennessee 1850 Census Mortality Schedule; person who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1850, in 17th Sub Division in the County of Campbell, State of Tennessee, numerated by me, John Phillips Ass't Marshall.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Seyfried, Carrie - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Rohn, Helen - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Shafer, Ellen - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Hinkel, Margaret - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Shook, Ralph - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Altemose, Lizzie - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Stocker, William (Mrs.) - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Hoch, Robert - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Shaffer, Lester (Mrs.) - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Smith, Walter - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Shook, George - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Kern, P. (Mrs.) - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Renner, S. (Mrs.) - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Smith, M. (Mrs.) - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Hinkel, Clarence - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Rohn, C. (Mrs.) - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Shafer, Eva M. - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Buss, H. A. (Mrs.) - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Miller, Babe - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Morris, Jennie - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Hay, Ella - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Fehr, A. (Mr.) - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Renner, John (Mrs.) - 1937

The Radio Party held by Troop V-79 in the K. O. E. Hall was a big success.  Prizes in bingo were awarded to the following: Mrs. John Renner, Mr. A. Fehr, Ella Hay, Mrs. Jennie Morris, Miss Babe Miller, Mrs. H. A. Buss, Mrs. Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. C. Rohn, Clarence Hinkel, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. S. Renner, Mrs. P. Kern. George Shook, Walter Smith, Mrs. Lester Schaffer, Robert Hoch, Mrs. William Stocker, Lizzie Altemose, Ralph Shook, Mrs. Margaret Hinkel, Ellen Schafer, Helen Rohn and Carrie Seyfried.
The cover all was won by Mrs. Agnes Kreamer, Eva M. Shafer, Mrs. P. Kern, Jennie Morris and Kate Goodgard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Heckman, G. F. - 1937

Mrs. Lloyd DeLong, of Allentown, visited Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Heckman and family, South Main Street on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

DeLong, Lloyd (Mrs.) - 1937

Mrs. Lloyd DeLong, of Allentown, visited Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Heckman and family, South Main Street on Saturday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Wessels, Jack Jr. - 1937

Jack Wessels, Jr., South Main Street, is a patient at the Easton Hospital.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 5, Column 2

Weiss, Stewart - 1937

State College High School inaugurated their wrestling season on Saturday and lost to the Clearfield High grapplers by a score of 39-0.  The Clearfield coach is none other than Art Weiss, very well known in this community as a son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Weiss, West High Street, and a former Nazareth athlete.  The decisive score reflects a powerful Weiss trained squad.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 4, Column 4

Weiss, Art - 1937

State College High School inaugurated their wrestling season on Saturday and lost to the Clearfield High grapplers by a score of 39-0.  The Clearfield coach is none other than Art Weiss, very well known in this community as a son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Weiss, West High Street, and a former Nazareth athlete.  The decisive score reflects a powerful Weiss trained squad.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 4, Column 4

You can visit the memorial page for Art Weiss.

Cump, Guy - 1937

The Lehigh-Northampton Scholastic League will hold their Spring meeting at Ross Common Manor.  Questions of importance which may be discussed will be a split basketball season and the question of providing the best kind of treatment to visiting teams.  This latter is an aftermath of the treatment afforded several clubs in away from home games this season.  Guy Cump, facility manager of our local high school is president of the League.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 4, Column 4

This may very well be the memorial for Guy Cump.

Kemmerer, Dom - 1937

Even though they finished deep in the cellar, a rumor is afloat at present that Andy Leh will have a crack baseball quintet next season as two freshmen, namely the Byrnes brothers, John and Henry, and Elwood "Reds" Stofflet, now a junior, will return and will most probably be very much assisted by Dom Kemmerer, now catering with the local Y. M. C. A. squad, who is expected to report for high school basketball next year.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 4, Column 4

Stofflet, Elwood "Reds" - 1937

Even though they finished deep in the cellar, a rumor is afloat at present that Andy Leh will have a crack baseball quintet next season as two freshmen, namely the Byrnes brothers, John and Henry, and Elwood "Reds" Stofflet, now a junior, will return and will most probably be very much assisted by Dom Kemmerer, now catering with the local Y. M. C. A. squad, who is expected to report for high school basketball next year.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 4, Column 4

Byrnes, Henry - 1937

Even though they finished deep in the cellar, a rumor is afloat at present that Andy Leh will have a crack baseball quintet next season as two freshmen, namely the Byrnes brothers, John and Henry, and Elwood "Reds" Stofflet, now a junior, will return and will most probably be very much assisted by Dom Kemmerer, now catering with the local Y. M. C. A. squad, who is expected to report for high school basketball next year.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 4, Column 4