Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Frutchery, Anna R. - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Mr. and Mrs. Williard Frutchery and Mrs. Anna R. Frutchery, of Plainfield, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther K. Houck and family.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Frutchery, Williard - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Mr. and Mrs. Williard Frutchery and Mrs. Anna R. Frutchery, of Plainfield, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.  Luther K. Houck and family.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Monday, June 26, 2017

Smith, Simon - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

The condition of Mrs. Helen Nuss, who is a patient at the Easton Hospital remains the same.  Mrs. Nuss had three blood transfusions on Saturday.  The donors were Richard Werner, Ralph Brodt, and Simon Smith.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Brodt, Ralph - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

The condition of Mrs. Helen Nuss, who is a patient at the Easton Hospital remains the same.  Mrs. Nuss had three blood transfusions on Saturday.  The donors were Richard Werner, Ralph Brodt, and Simon Smith.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Werner, Richard - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

The condition of Mrs. Helen Nuss, who is a patient at the Easton Hospital remains the same.  Mrs. Nuss had three blood transfusions on Saturday.  The donors were Richard Werner, Ralph Brodt, and Simon Smith.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Nuss, Helen - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

The condition of Mrs. Helen Nuss, who is a patient at the Easton Hospital remains the same.  Mrs. Nuss had three blood transfusions on Saturday.  The donors were Richard Werner, Ralph Brodt, and Simon Smith.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Schriner, Susannah - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Mrs. Annie Brong and daughter Arlene on Saturday visited Mrs. Brong's mother, Mrs. Susannah Schriner, of Easton.  The condition of Mrs. Schriner, who fell down  a flight of stairs, is improving.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Brong, Arlene - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Mrs. Annie Brong and daughter Arlene on Saturday visited Mrs. Brong's mother, Mrs. Susannah Schriner, of Easton.  The condition of Mrs. Schriner, who fell down  a flight of stairs, is improving.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Brong, Annie [Schriner] - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Mrs. Annie Brong and daughter Arlene on Saturday visited Mrs. Brong's mother, Mrs. Susannah Schriner, of Easton.  The condition of Mrs. Schriner, who fell down  a flight of stairs, is improving.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Walek, William (Mrs.) - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Mrs. Rush Bowers, Mrs. L. O. Leah and Mrs. William Walek attended the meeting of the Lehigh and Northampton Past Templars Association, Ladies of the Golden Eagle, which was held at Allentown on Monday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Leah, L. O. (Mrs.) - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Mrs. Rush Bowers, Mrs. L. O. Leah and Mrs. William Walek attended the meeting of the Lehigh and Northampton Past Templars Association, Ladies of the Golden Eagle, which was held at Allentown on Monday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Bowers, Rush (Mrs.) - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Mrs. Rush Bowers, Mrs. L. O. Leah and Mrs. William Walek attended the meeting of the Lehigh and Northampton Past Templars Association, Ladies of the Golden Eagle, which was held at Allentown on Monday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Bedford, R. O. - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Miss Geneva Bedford, R. N., of Passaic, N. J., spent the week end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bedford.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Bedford, Geneva - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Miss Geneva Bedford, R. N., of Passaic, N. J., spent the week end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bedford.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Miller, Charles - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Joyce Cousins and Irene Wagner spent Saturday visiting Miss Wagner's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, of Easton.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Wagner, Irene - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Joyce Cousins and Irene Wagner spent Saturday visiting Miss Wagner's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, of Easton.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Cousins, Joyce - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Joyce Cousins and Irene Wagner spent Saturday visiting Miss Wagner's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, of Easton.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Hellick, Arthur- 1937

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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

Kahler, George - 1937

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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

Shimer, Howard - 1937

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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

Knauss, Oliver - 1937

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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

Cowell, Russell - 1937

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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

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Evans, John - 1937

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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

Robeson, Harold R. - 1937

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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

Fehnel, Sylvanus - 1937

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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

Follweiler, William - 1937

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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

Reichenbach, Harry - 1937

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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

Brodt, George - 1937

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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

Starner, Harold - 1937

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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

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Wotring, Wallace H. (Rev. Dr.) - 1937

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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

Diehl, Walter H. (Rev.) - 1937

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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

Kern, Walter F. - 1937

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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

You can visit the memorial page for Walter F. Kern.

Lieberman, Harry - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

The funeral of Mrs. Agnes Stier, was held on Friday afternoon from her late home at East Lawn.  Rev. William H. Brong officiated.  Interment amid many beautiful floral tributes was made in the Belfast Union cemetery.  The following served as pallbearers, Clifford Jones, William, John, Russell, Raymond and Harry Lieberman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Raymond, Russell - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

The funeral of Mrs. Agnes Stier, was held on Friday afternoon from her late home at East Lawn.  Rev. William H. Brong officiated.  Interment amid many beautiful floral tributes was made in the Belfast Union cemetery.  The following served as pallbearers, Clifford Jones, William, John, Russell, Raymond and Harry Lieberman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

John, William - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

The funeral of Mrs. Agnes Stier, was held on Friday afternoon from her late home at East Lawn.  Rev. William H. Brong officiated.  Interment amid many beautiful floral tributes was made in the Belfast Union cemetery.  The following served as pallbearers, Clifford Jones, William, John, Russell, Raymond and Harry Lieberman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Jones, Clifford - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

The funeral of Mrs. Agnes Stier, was held on Friday afternoon from her late home at East Lawn.  Rev. William H. Brong officiated.  Interment amid many beautiful floral tributes was made in the Belfast Union cemetery.  The following served as pallbearers, Clifford Jones, William, John, Russell, Raymond and Harry Lieberman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Brong, William H. (Rev.) - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

The funeral of Mrs. Agnes Stier, was held on Friday afternoon from her late home at East Lawn.  Rev. William H. Brong officiated.  Interment amid many beautiful floral tributes was made in the Belfast Union cemetery.  The following served as pallbearers, Clifford Jones, William, John, Russell, Raymond and Harry Lieberman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Stier, Agnes - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

The funeral of Mrs. Agnes Stier, was held on Friday afternoon from her late home at East Lawn.  Rev. William H. Brong officiated.  Interment amid many beautiful floral tributes was made in the Belfast Union cemetery.  The following served as pallbearers, Clifford Jones, William, John, Russell, Raymond and Harry Lieberman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for Agnes Martha [Lieberman] Stier.

Gum, Peter - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts, of Bangor, were Sunday visitors at the home of Peter Gum. Mr. Gum, who was confined to his home with illness is improving.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Roberts, John - 1937

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts, of Bangor, were Sunday visitors at the home of Peter Gum. Mr. Gum, who was confined to his home with illness is improving.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Houck, Luther (Mrs.) - 1937

{Mrs. Luther Houck wrote all of the following articles}

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by Mrs. Luther Houck

Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts, of Bangor, were Sunday visitors at the home of Peter Gum. Mr. Gum, who was confined to his home with illness is improving.

The funeral of Mrs. Agnes Stier, was held on Friday afternoon from her late home at East Lawn.  Rev. William H. Brong officiated.  Interment amid many beautiful floral tributes was made in the Belfast Union cemetery.  The following served as pallbearers, Clifford Jones, William, John, Russell, Raymond and Harry Lieberman.

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.

Miss Geneva Bedford, R. N., of Passaic, N. J., spent the week end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bedford.

Mrs. Rush Bowers, Mrs. L. O. Leah and Mrs. William Walek attended the meeting of the Lehigh and Northampton Past Templars Association, Ladies of the Golden Eagle, which was held at Allentown on Monday.

Mrs. Annie Brong and daughter Arlene on Saturday visited Mrs. Brong's mother, Mrs. Susannah Schriner, of Easton.  The condition of Mrs. Schriner, who fell down  a flight of stairs, is improving.

The condition of Mrs. Helen Nuss, who is a patient at the Easton Hospital remains the same.  Mrs. Nuss had three blood transfusions on Saturday.  The donors were Richard Werner, Ralph Brodt, and Simon Smith.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Mills, William - 1937

Moore Township
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mills and daughter are staying with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mills and family.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Mills, Richard - 1937

Moore Township
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mills and daughter are staying with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mills and family.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Kocher, Howard A. - 1937

Moore Township
Delbert Kocher, who was to Florida and Ohio for a few weeks with Claude Kocher, returned to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Kocher and family on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Kocher, Claude - 1937

Moore Township
Delbert Kocher, who was to Florida and Ohio for a few weeks with Claude Kocher, returned to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Kocher and family on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Kocher, Delbert - 1937

Moore Township
Delbert Kocher, who was to Florida and Ohio for a few weeks with Claude Kocher, returned to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Kocher and family on Friday.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Mills, Winnifred - 1937

Moore Township
Misses Dorothy Mills and Winnifred Mills were the Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor S. Lilly and family.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Mills, Dorothy - 1937

Moore Township
Misses Dorothy Mills and Winnifred Mills were the Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor S. Lilly and family.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Kocher, Ellen - 1937

Moore Township
Mrs. Ellen Kocher, who was on the sick list for sometime, is slowly improving.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 6

Lilly, Victor S. - 1937

Moore Township
Quillus Biechy and son spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Victor S. Lilly and family.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 5

Moore Township
Misses Dorothy Mills and Winnifred Mills were the Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor S. Lilly and family.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 5

Biechy, Quillus - 1937

Moore Township
Quillus Biechy and son spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Victor S. Lilly and family.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 5

Barrall, Lloyd P. J. - 1937

Moore Township
Lloyd P. J. Barrall has a new 1937 Chevrolet dump truck which he traded with the Hahn Chevrolet Company at Nazareth.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 5

Reinsmith, Albert - 1937

Moore Township
Mrs. Victor S. Lilly and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reinsmith and family on Sunday afternoon.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 5

Lilly, Victor S. (Mrs.) - 1937

Moore Township
Mrs. Victor S. Lilly and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reinsmith and family on Sunday afternoon.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 5

Abbott, Arthur - 1937

Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil entertained at cards on Saturday evening at their home at Schoeneck.  Tasty refreshments were served.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Graver of Newburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. Beal, of Chapman Quarries; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Berger, of East Lawn; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Minnich, of Bath; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abbott, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil, of Schoeneck.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3 & 4

Minnich, Fred - 1937

Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil entertained at cards on Saturday evening at their home at Schoeneck.  Tasty refreshments were served.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Graver of Newburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. Beal, of Chapman Quarries; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Berger, of East Lawn; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Minnich, of Bath; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abbott, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil, of Schoeneck.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3 & 4

Berger, Russell - 1937

Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil entertained at cards on Saturday evening at their home at Schoeneck.  Tasty refreshments were served.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Graver of Newburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. Beal, of Chapman Quarries; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Berger, of East Lawn; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Minnich, of Bath; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abbott, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil, of Schoeneck.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3 & 4

Beal, J. - 1937

Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil entertained at cards on Saturday evening at their home at Schoeneck.  Tasty refreshments were served.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Graver of Newburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. Beal, of Chapman Quarries; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Berger, of East Lawn; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Minnich, of Bath; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abbott, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil, of Schoeneck.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3 & 4

Graver, Lloyd - 1937

Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil entertained at cards on Saturday evening at their home at Schoeneck.  Tasty refreshments were served.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Graver of Newburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. Beal, of Chapman Quarries; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Berger, of East Lawn; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Minnich, of Bath; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abbott, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil, of Schoeneck.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3 & 4

Beil, Harold - 1937

Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil entertained at cards on Saturday evening at their home at Schoeneck.  Tasty refreshments were served.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Graver of Newburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. Beal, of Chapman Quarries; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Berger, of East Lawn; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Minnich, of Bath; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abbott, of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil, of Schoeneck.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3 & 4

Seibold, Mildred - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Clewell, Vera - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Clewell, Virginia - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Reese, Mamie - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Koehler, Edna - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Edelman, Josephine - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Morris, Arlene - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Buts, Ellen - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

King, Irene - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Kostenbader, Minnie - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Miller, Mabel - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Siegfried, Catherine - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Colver, Olive - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Morris, Floyd, (Mrs.) - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Buts, Norman (Mrs.) - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Clewell, Tilghman (Mrs.) - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Seibold, Joseph (Mrs.) - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Alter, Anna - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Clewell, Walter (Mrs.) - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Rice, Clinton (Mrs.) - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

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Shaffer, Charles (Mrs.) - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Beitel, Minnie - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Gross, James (Mrs.) - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

Saeger, Stasia I. [Clewell] - 1937

Birthday Surprise
The Golden Rule Circle of Kings Daughters of the Schoeneck Moravian Church held a birthday party at the home of Mrs. William Saeger on New Street, in honor of her birthday.  She was the recipient of many pretty gifts.  After various entertainments a delicious buffet luncheon was served.

The guests included Mrs. James Gross, Mrs. Minnie Beitel, Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Clinton Rice, Mrs. Walter Clewell, Mrs. Anna Alter, Mrs. Joseph Seibold, Mrs. Tilghman Clewell, Mrs. Norman Buts, Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mrs. William Saeger, Olive Colver, Catherine Siegfried, Mabel Miller, Minnie Kostenbader, Irene King, Ellen Buts, Arlene Morris, Josephine Edelman, Edna Koehler, Mamie Reese, Virginia Clewell, Vera Clewell and Mildred Seibold.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 3

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Clewell, Edward - 1937

Plan for Reunion
The Clewell family executive committee held a meeting on Sunday afternoon when plans were discussed for the proper celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Clewell family to be held at Schoeneck sometime in August. Members of the executive committee are Andrew Kern and Edward Loux, of town; Stephen Trein, of Nisky; Wilson Siegfried, of Bethlehem; Brooks Siegfried, of Cherry Hill; Edward Clewell, of Emanus.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

Siegfried, Brooks - 1937

Plan for Reunion
The Clewell family executive committee held a meeting on Sunday afternoon when plans were discussed for the proper celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Clewell family to be held at Schoeneck sometime in August. Members of the executive committee are Andrew Kern and Edward Loux, of town; Stephen Trein, of Nisky; Wilson Siegfried, of Bethlehem; Brooks Siegfried, of Cherry Hill; Edward Clewell, of Emanus.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

Siegfried, Wilson - 1937

Plan for Reunion
The Clewell family executive committee held a meeting on Sunday afternoon when plans were discussed for the proper celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Clewell family to be held at Schoeneck sometime in August. Members of the executive committee are Andrew Kern and Edward Loux, of town; Stephen Trein, of Nisky; Wilson Siegfried, of Bethlehem; Brooks Siegfried, of Cherry Hill; Edward Clewell, of Emanus.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

Trein, Stephen - 1937

Plan for Reunion
The Clewell family executive committee held a meeting on Sunday afternoon when plans were discussed for the proper celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Clewell family to be held at Schoeneck sometime in August. Members of the executive committee are Andrew Kern and Edward Loux, of town; Stephen Trein, of Nisky; Wilson Siegfried, of Bethlehem; Brooks Siegfried, of Cherry Hill; Edward Clewell, of Emanus.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

Loux, Edward - 1937

Plan for Reunion
The Clewell family executive committee held a meeting on Sunday afternoon when plans were discussed for the proper celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Clewell family to be held at Schoeneck sometime in August. Members of the executive committee are Andrew Kern and Edward Loux, of town; Stephen Trein, of Nisky; Wilson Siegfried, of Bethlehem; Brooks Siegfried, of Cherry Hill; Edward Clewell, of Emanus.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

Kern, Andrew - 1937

Plan for Reunion
The Clewell family executive committee held a meeting on Sunday afternoon when plans were discussed for the proper celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Clewell family to be held at Schoeneck sometime in August. Members of the executive committee are Andrew Kern and Edward Loux, of town; Stephen Trein, of Nisky; Wilson Siegfried, of Bethlehem; Brooks Siegfried, of Cherry Hill; Edward Clewell, of Emanus.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

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Starner, J. Allen - 1937

Wedded
Fogel - Weiant

Miss Carrie Weiant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiant, Easton R. D. 2, and Lester Fogel, son of Mrs. Ida Fogel, of 139 North Whitfield Street, town, were married on Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Tatamy, by the Rev. Floyd R. Shafer.

The bride was attired in a powder blue lace dress, blue satin hat and carried pink rose buds.

The attendants were Miss Gladys Weiant, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Miss Frances Searfoss, Easton, R. D. 3, as bridesmaid.  Miss Weiant wore navy blue with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds.  Miss Searfoss wore old rose with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rose buds.

The bridegroom was attended by Wilmer Simons, of Nazareth, R. D. 3, and Lester Knocht, of Bath, R. D. 1.  After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

Mrs. Fogel was formerly an employee of the Kraemer Hosiery Co.  Mr. Fogel is an employee of J. Allen Starner, bricklayer. They will reside at the home of the bride's parents.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

Knocht, Lester - 1937

Wedded
Fogel - Weiant

Miss Carrie Weiant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiant, Easton R. D. 2, and Lester Fogel, son of Mrs. Ida Fogel, of 139 North Whitfield Street, town, were married on Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Tatamy, by the Rev. Floyd R. Shafer.

The bride was attired in a powder blue lace dress, blue satin hat and carried pink rose buds.

The attendants were Miss Gladys Weiant, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Miss Frances Searfoss, Easton, R. D. 3, as bridesmaid.  Miss Weiant wore navy blue with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds.  Miss Searfoss wore old rose with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rose buds.

The bridegroom was attended by Wilmer Simons, of Nazareth, R. D. 3, and Lester Knocht, of Bath, R. D. 1.  After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

Mrs. Fogel was formerly an employee of the Kraemer Hosiery Co.  Mr. Fogel is an employee of J. Allen Starner, bricklayer. They will reside at the home of the bride's parents.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

Simons, Wilmer - 1937

Wedded
Fogel - Weiant

Miss Carrie Weiant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiant, Easton R. D. 2, and Lester Fogel, son of Mrs. Ida Fogel, of 139 North Whitfield Street, town, were married on Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Tatamy, by the Rev. Floyd R. Shafer.

The bride was attired in a powder blue lace dress, blue satin hat and carried pink rose buds.

The attendants were Miss Gladys Weiant, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Miss Frances Searfoss, Easton, R. D. 3, as bridesmaid.  Miss Weiant wore navy blue with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds.  Miss Searfoss wore old rose with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rose buds.

The bridegroom was attended by Wilmer Simons, of Nazareth, R. D. 3, and Lester Knocht, of Bath, R. D. 1.  After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

Mrs. Fogel was formerly an employee of the Kraemer Hosiery Co.  Mr. Fogel is an employee of J. Allen Starner, bricklayer. They will reside at the home of the bride's parents.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

Searfoss, Frances - 1937

Wedded
Fogel - Weiant

Miss Carrie Weiant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiant, Easton R. D. 2, and Lester Fogel, son of Mrs. Ida Fogel, of 139 North Whitfield Street, town, were married on Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Tatamy, by the Rev. Floyd R. Shafer.

The bride was attired in a powder blue lace dress, blue satin hat and carried pink rose buds.

The attendants were Miss Gladys Weiant, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Miss Frances Searfoss, Easton, R. D. 3, as bridesmaid.  Miss Weiant wore navy blue with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds.  Miss Searfoss wore old rose with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rose buds.

The bridegroom was attended by Wilmer Simons, of Nazareth, R. D. 3, and Lester Knocht, of Bath, R. D. 1.  After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

Mrs. Fogel was formerly an employee of the Kraemer Hosiery Co.  Mr. Fogel is an employee of J. Allen Starner, bricklayer. They will reside at the home of the bride's parents.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

Weiant, Gladys - 1937

Wedded
Fogel - Weiant

Miss Carrie Weiant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiant, Easton R. D. 2, and Lester Fogel, son of Mrs. Ida Fogel, of 139 North Whitfield Street, town, were married on Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Tatamy, by the Rev. Floyd R. Shafer.

The bride was attired in a powder blue lace dress, blue satin hat and carried pink rose buds.

The attendants were Miss Gladys Weiant, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Miss Frances Searfoss, Easton, R. D. 3, as bridesmaid.  Miss Weiant wore navy blue with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds.  Miss Searfoss wore old rose with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rose buds.

The bridegroom was attended by Wilmer Simons, of Nazareth, R. D. 3, and Lester Knocht, of Bath, R. D. 1.  After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

Mrs. Fogel was formerly an employee of the Kraemer Hosiery Co.  Mr. Fogel is an employee of J. Allen Starner, bricklayer. They will reside at the home of the bride's parents.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

Shafer, Floyd R. (Rev.) - 1937

Wedded
Fogel - Weiant

Miss Carrie Weiant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiant, Easton R. D. 2, and Lester Fogel, son of Mrs. Ida Fogel, of 139 North Whitfield Street, town, were married on Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Tatamy, by the Rev. Floyd R. Shafer.

The bride was attired in a powder blue lace dress, blue satin hat and carried pink rose buds.

The attendants were Miss Gladys Weiant, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Miss Frances Searfoss, Easton, R. D. 3, as bridesmaid.  Miss Weiant wore navy blue with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds.  Miss Searfoss wore old rose with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rose buds.

The bridegroom was attended by Wilmer Simons, of Nazareth, R. D. 3, and Lester Knocht, of Bath, R. D. 1.  After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

Mrs. Fogel was formerly an employee of the Kraemer Hosiery Co.  Mr. Fogel is an employee of J. Allen Starner, bricklayer. They will reside at the home of the bride's parents.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

You can visit the memorial page for Floyd R. Shafer.

Fogel, Ida - 1937

Wedded
Fogel - Weiant

Miss Carrie Weiant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiant, Easton R. D. 2, and Lester Fogel, son of Mrs. Ida Fogel, of 139 North Whitfield Street, town, were married on Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Tatamy, by the Rev. Floyd R. Shafer.

The bride was attired in a powder blue lace dress, blue satin hat and carried pink rose buds.

The attendants were Miss Gladys Weiant, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Miss Frances Searfoss, Easton, R. D. 3, as bridesmaid.  Miss Weiant wore navy blue with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds.  Miss Searfoss wore old rose with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rose buds.

The bridegroom was attended by Wilmer Simons, of Nazareth, R. D. 3, and Lester Knocht, of Bath, R. D. 1.  After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

Mrs. Fogel was formerly an employee of the Kraemer Hosiery Co.  Mr. Fogel is an employee of J. Allen Starner, bricklayer. They will reside at the home of the bride's parents.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

Weiant, Robert (Mr. & Mrs.) - 1937

Wedded
Fogel - Weiant

Miss Carrie Weiant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiant, Easton R. D. 2, and Lester Fogel, son of Mrs. Ida Fogel, of 139 North Whitfield Street, town, were married on Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Tatamy, by the Rev. Floyd R. Shafer.

The bride was attired in a powder blue lace dress, blue satin hat and carried pink rose buds.

The attendants were Miss Gladys Weiant, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Miss Frances Searfoss, Easton, R. D. 3, as bridesmaid.  Miss Weiant wore navy blue with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds.  Miss Searfoss wore old rose with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rose buds.

The bridegroom was attended by Wilmer Simons, of Nazareth, R. D. 3, and Lester Knocht, of Bath, R. D. 1.  After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

Mrs. Fogel was formerly an employee of the Kraemer Hosiery Co.  Mr. Fogel is an employee of J. Allen Starner, bricklayer. They will reside at the home of the bride's parents.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

You can visit the memorial page for Robert Clinton Weiant.
You can visit the memorial page for Sadie Ellen Serfass Weiant.

Fogel, Carrie [Weiant] - 1937

Wedded
Fogel - Weiant

Miss Carrie Weiant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiant, Easton R. D. 2, and Lester Fogel, son of Mrs. Ida Fogel, of 139 North Whitfield Street, town, were married on Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Tatamy, by the Rev. Floyd R. Shafer.

The bride was attired in a powder blue lace dress, blue satin hat and carried pink rose buds.

The attendants were Miss Gladys Weiant, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Miss Frances Searfoss, Easton, R. D. 3, as bridesmaid.  Miss Weiant wore navy blue with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds.  Miss Searfoss wore old rose with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rose buds.

The bridegroom was attended by Wilmer Simons, of Nazareth, R. D. 3, and Lester Knocht, of Bath, R. D. 1.  After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

Mrs. Fogel was formerly an employee of the Kraemer Hosiery Co.  Mr. Fogel is an employee of J. Allen Starner, bricklayer. They will reside at the home of the bride's parents.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

You can visit the memorial page for Carrie E. [Weiant] Fogel.

Fogel, Lester - 1937

Wedded
Fogel - Weiant

Miss Carrie Weiant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiant, Easton R. D. 2, and Lester Fogel, son of Mrs. Ida Fogel, of 139 North Whitfield Street, town, were married on Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Tatamy, by the Rev. Floyd R. Shafer.

The bride was attired in a powder blue lace dress, blue satin hat and carried pink rose buds.

The attendants were Miss Gladys Weiant, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Miss Frances Searfoss, Easton, R. D. 3, as bridesmaid.  Miss Weiant wore navy blue with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds.  Miss Searfoss wore old rose with gray accessories and a corsage of pink rose buds.

The bridegroom was attended by Wilmer Simons, of Nazareth, R. D. 3, and Lester Knocht, of Bath, R. D. 1.  After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

Mrs. Fogel was formerly an employee of the Kraemer Hosiery Co.  Mr. Fogel is an employee of J. Allen Starner, bricklayer. They will reside at the home of the bride's parents.

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 8, Column 2

You can visit the memorial page for Lester T. Fogel.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Huffman, R. A. F. - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: R. A. F. Huffman
Age: 18
Sex: Female
Month of Death: July
State of Birth: North Carolina
Occupation:
Cause of Death: Scarlet Fever

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1850 Mortality Schedule

Howard, Elisabeth G - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850. Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Elisabeth G. Howard
Age: 15
Sex: Female
Month of Death: October
State of Birth: Arizona
Occupation:
Cause of Death: Bronchitis

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1850 Mortality Schedule

You can visit the memorial page for Elisabeth G. Howard.

Holmes, David S. - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: David S. Holmes
Age: 2
Sex: Male
Month of Death: June
State of Birth: Tennessee
Occupation:
Cause of Death: Bronchitis

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1850 Mortality Schedule

Holmes, Augustus P. - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Augustus P. Holmes
Age: 4
Sex: Male
Month of Death: June
State of Birth: Tennessee
Occupation:
Cause of Death: Bronchitis

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1850 Mortality Schedule

Holladay, S. B. - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: S. B. Holladay
Age: 5
Sex: Male
Month of Death: January
State of Birth: Tennessee
Occupation:
Cause of Death: Diarrhea

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1850 Mortality Schedule

Harvey, John - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: John Harvey
Age: 66
Sex: Male
Month of Death: April
State of Birth: Virginia
Occupation: Farmer
Cause of Death: unknown

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1850 Mortality Schedule

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Harrell, Thomas - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Thomas Harrell
Age: 26
Sex: Male
Month of Death: March
State of Birth: North Carolina
Occupation: Farmer
Cause of Death: Dropsy

Dropsy: Edema (swelling), often caused by kidney or heart disease

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1850 Mortality Schedule

Del Gardo, Rosie - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Rosario Del Gardo, late of the Borough of Roseto, 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 the same without delay to
Rosie Del Gardo, Roseto, Penna., Executrix or to
Francis H. S. Ede, Attorney, 26 South Main Street, Nazareth, Penn.    217-G

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

Del Gardo, Rosario - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Rosario Del Gardo, late of the Borough of Roseto, 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 the same without delay to
Rosie Del Gardo, Roseto, Penna., Executrix or to
Francis H. S. Ede, Attorney, 26 South Main Street, Nazareth, Penn.    217-G

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

Ede, Francis H. S. - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Nicholas Martocci, late of the Borough of Roseto, 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 make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands to present the same without delay to
Leonard D. Martocci, Roseto, Penna., Executor or to
Francis H. S. Ede, Attorney, 26 South Main Street, Nazareth, Penn.    218-G

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

Estate Notice
Estate of Rosario Del Gardo, late of the Borough of Roseto, 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 the same without delay to
Rosie Del Gardo, Roseto, Penna., Executrix or to
Francis H. S. Ede, Attorney, 26 South Main Street, Nazareth, Penn.    217-G

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

Martocci, Leonard D. - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Nicholas Martocci, late of the Borough of Roseto, 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 make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands to present the same without delay to
Leonard D. Martocci, Roseto, Penna., Executor or to
Francis H. S. Ede, Attorney, 26 South Main Street, Nazareth, Penn.    218-G

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

Martocci, Nicholas - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Nicholas Martocci, late of the Borough of Roseto, 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 make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands to present the same without delay to
Leonard D. Martocci, Roseto, Penna., Executor or to
Francis H. S. Ede, Attorney, 26 South Main Street, Nazareth, Penn.    218-G

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

Reese, Mary A. - 1937

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

Laufer, Emma E. [Rohn] - 1937

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

You can visit the memorial page for Emma E. [Rohn] Laufer.

Eyer, J. Stewart - 1937

Executor's Notice
In estate of Isaiah Eyer, late of R. F. D., No. 3, Nazareth, Pa., deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given, that letters of testamentary on 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
J. Stewart Eyer, Executor, 233 So. Whitfield St., Nazareth, Pa.        207-G

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

Eyer, Isaiah - 1937

Executor's Notice
In estate of Isaiah Eyer, late of R. F. D., No. 3, Nazareth, Pa., deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given, that letters of testamentary on 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
J. Stewart Eyer, Executor, 233 So. Whitfield St., Nazareth, Pa.        207-G

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

You can visit the memorial page for Isaiah Eyer.

Sandercock, Walter L. - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Jane L. Matthews, late of the Township of Plainfield, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.
WHEREAS, Letters Testamentary in the above-noted 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 prevent the same without delay to
Phillip Matthews, R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna.
Mary Rundle, R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna.
Florence A. Miller, R. D. No. 1, Easton, Penna.
or to
Walter L. Sandercock, Atty.
1st Nat'l Ban Bldg.
Easton, Penna.
                                    202-G

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

Miller, Florence A. - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Jane L. Matthews, late of the Township of Plainfield, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.
WHEREAS, Letters Testamentary in the above-noted 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 prevent the same without delay to
Phillip Matthews, R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna.
Mary Rundle, R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna.
Florence A. Miller, R. D. No. 1, Easton, Penna.
or to
Walter L. Sandercock, Atty.
1st Nat'l Ban Bldg.
Easton, Penna.
                                    202-G

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

Rundle, Mary - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Jane L. Matthews, late of the Township of Plainfield, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.
WHEREAS, Letters Testamentary in the above-noted 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 prevent the same without delay to
Phillip Matthews, R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna.
Mary Rundle, R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna.
Florence A. Miller, R. D. No. 1, Easton, Penna.
or to
Walter L. Sandercock, Atty.
1st Nat'l Ban Bldg.
Easton, Penna.
                                    202-G

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

Matthews, Phillip - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Jane L. Matthews, late of the Township of Plainfield, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.
WHEREAS, Letters Testamentary in the above-noted 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 prevent the same without delay to
Phillip Matthews, R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna.
Mary Rundle, R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna.
Florence A. Miller, R. D. No. 1, Easton, Penna.
or to
Walter L. Sandercock, Atty.
1st Nat'l Ban Bldg.
Easton, Penna.
                                    202-G

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

Matthews, Jane L. - 1937

Estate Notice
Estate of Jane L. Matthews, late of the Township of Plainfield, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.
WHEREAS, Letters Testamentary in the above-noted 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 prevent the same without delay to
Phillip Matthews, R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna.
Mary Rundle, R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna.
Florence A. Miller, R. D. No. 1, Easton, Penna.
or to
Walter L. Sandercock, Atty.
1st Nat'l Ban Bldg.
Easton, Penna.
                                    202-G

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

You can visit the memorial page for Jane L. Matthews.

Kline, Charles (Mrs.) - 1937

Wanted
Housework or maternity cases by experienced woman.  Write Mrs. Charles Kline, R. No. 3, Nazareth, Pa.                            211-G

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

Howell, Stanley D. - 1937

For Sale
Tatamy - Broad St., house, in fine condition, quiet location, 7 room single frame, hot water heat, lot 60x232, 3-car garage, fruit trees, $5,000.  Stanley D. Howell, 31 South 2nd St., Easton - 2-2681
                                    210-G

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

Messinger, W. F. - 1937

Classified Advertising
For Sale
Two coal ranges, one oil burning range, one combination coal and gas range.  You should see them.  Apply W. F. Messinger, So. Main St., Nazareth, Pa.  119-G

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

Frey, H. L. - 1937

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock on Saturday, March <6th?>, 1937 at 12 o'clock noon, at Helfrich's Spring, near Allentown, on old Seventh Street pike in Lehigh County, consisting of 4 horses, 7 Holstein cows and 1 Holstein stock bull and a complete line of Implements used on  70 acre farm.

Conditions will be made known on day of sale by
                            Emma K. Muth, Admx.
                            of Wm. A. Muth, dec'd
Wm. Spohn, Auct.
H. L. Frey, Clerk
                                    214-G

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

Spohn, William - 1937

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock on Saturday, March <6th?>, 1937 at 12 o'clock noon, at Helfrich's Spring, near Allentown, on old Seventh Street pike in Lehigh County, consisting of 4 horses, 7 Holstein cows and 1 Holstein stock bull and a complete line of Implements used on  70 acre farm.

Conditions will be made known on day of sale by
                            Emma K. Muth, Admx.
                            of Wm. A. Muth, dec'd
Wm. Spohn, Auct.
H. L. Frey, Clerk
                                    214-G

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

Muth, William A. - 1937

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock on Saturday, March <6th?>, 1937 at 12 o'clock noon, at Helfrich's Spring, near Allentown, on old Seventh Street pike in Lehigh County, consisting of 4 horses, 7 Holstein cows and 1 Holstein stock bull and a complete line of Implements used on  70 acre farm.

Conditions will be made known on day of sale by
                            Emma K. Muth, Admx.
                            of Wm. A. Muth, dec'd
Wm. Spohn, Auct.
H. L. Frey, Clerk
                                    214-G

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

You can visit the memorial page for Willaim A. Muth.

Muth, Emma K. - 1937

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock on Saturday, March <6th?>, 1937 at 12 o'clock noon, at Helfrich's Spring, near Allentown, on old Seventh Street pike in Lehigh County, consisting of 4 horses, 7 Holstein cows and 1 Holstein stock bull and a complete line of Implements used on  70 acre farm.

Conditions will be made known on day of sale by
Emma K. Muth, Admx.
of Wm. A. Muth, dec'd
Wm. Spohn, Auct.
H. L. Frey, Clerk
                                    214-G

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

Schiegel, Walter - 1937

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on the William Lockard farm known as the Lovene Uhler farm, on the Richmond Road between Easton and Martins Creek, on Wednesday, March 17, 1937 at 1 P. M. the following to wit:
One bay horse, 12 years old; 5 milk cows, 1 fresh at time of sale, 1 heifer, 1 year old; 8 shoats, Black Berkshire; Chickens by the lb.

Farm Implements
Two 2-horse wagons, 1 with combination body; 1 hack wagon, 1 Fordson tractor in good running order; John Deere tractor plow, Empire 10-hoe grain drill with fertilizer attachment, 2 spring tooth harrows, 1 spike harrow, 1 combination harrow, 1 McCormick binder 7 ft. cut, McCormick mower, Iron Age potato planter, land roller, Hoover potato digger, Oliver riding plow, walking plow, John Deere riding cultivator, New McCormick hay rake, Ideal manure spreader, 2-horse corn planter, hay tedder, hay fork with rope and pulleys, fanning mill, bag truck, circle saw and frame, barrel sprayer, pig troughs, cow and log chains, forks, rakes and shovels, 2 sets breeching harness and other harness bridles, halters and lines, 4 10-gal. milk cans, milk strainer, 2 new milk pails, iron kettle, copper kettle with patent stirrer, butchering stove, butchering tools, Alfalfa hay by the ton, 100 bushels oats.

Household Goods
One old-fashioned bureau, old-fashioned Secretary, 200 years old, chairs, and other household goods.

Terms will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                William Lockard
Clarence Huber, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 6

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on road leading from Wm. Penn Highway to Freemans road, near Country Club, on the Hiram Uhler farm, on Thursday, March 18th, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following to wit:

Four horses; 19 head of cattle, 16 milk cows, fresh and close springers, 2 heifers, fresh by time of sale, 1 fat bull, 1 stock bull; 2 brood sows, 1 seed hog, 11 shoats, 3 geese, 3 guineas, chickens by the pound.

Farm Machinery
Threshing machine, blower and self-feeder, grain drill, grain binder, Farmall tractor, land roller, hay rake, hay tedder, wood saw, fanning mill, cutter and shredder, grab fork, rope and pulley, 2 sets harness, single harness, bridles, lines and collars, 2 riding cultivators, 2 mowing machines, disc, tractor harrow, harrow, single harrow, smoothing harrow, 3 heavy wagons, hay racks, hay by the ton, 300-gallon water tank, corn sheller, corn planter, tractor plow, 2 Oliver plows, scalding trough, feed boxes, feed troughs and numerous other articles found on a well-stocked farm.
Terms at time and place of sale by
                                R. H. Anglemyer
Wm. Mabus, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 6

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on the road leading from Plainfield Church to Ackermanville, on the farm known as the Frank Wetzel farm, on Tuesday, March 16, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following, to wit:

Three horses, 1 gray horse, 8 yrs. old, weighing 1400 lbs., 1 black horse, 12 years old, weighing 1400 lbs., and 1 black horse, 14 years old, weighing 1200 lbs.; 19 head of cattle, 12 milk cows, mostly fresh by time of sale, 5 heifers and 2 stock bulls; 25 chickens.

Farm Machinery
Two 2-horse wagons, one with rack and one with body; McCormick binder, 7 ft. cut; Osborne corn binder, International manure spreader, McCormick drill, 10 tubes; 2 grass mowers, 1 McCormick and one Deering; Simplex corn planter, Oliver riding plow, walking plow, International cultivator, hand cultivator, Oliver tractor plow, hay rake, hay tedder, land roller, one 3-section spring tooth harrow, spike harrow, corn sheller, Messinger thresher, 26 in. with carrier; Dodge belt power engine, Dilinger corn stalk shredder, Dilinger feed grinder, 3 sets harness, 4 bridles, 5 collars, hay rope 125 ft. long, 2 sets of traces, double trees, shovels, rakes, forks, corn by the ton, a lof ot milk cans and pails.  The above machinery is practically new.

Household Goods
Beechwood range and many other articles too numerous to mention.

Terms will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Howard Kessler
Wm. Mabus, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

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

Huber, Clarence - 1937

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on the William Lockard farm known as the Lovene Uhler farm, on the Richmond Road between Easton and Martins Creek, on Wednesday, March 17, 1937 at 1 P. M. the following to wit:
One bay horse, 12 years old; 5 milk cows, 1 fresh at time of sale, 1 heifer, 1 year old; 8 shoats, Black Berkshire; Chickens by the lb.

Farm Implements
Two 2-horse wagons, 1 with combination body; 1 hack wagon, 1 Fordson tractor in good running order; John Deere tractor plow, Empire 10-hoe grain drill with fertilizer attachment, 2 spring tooth harrows, 1 spike harrow, 1 combination harrow, 1 McCormick binder 7 ft. cut, McCormick mower, Iron Age potato planter, land roller, Hoover potato digger, Oliver riding plow, walking plow, John Deere riding cultivator, New McCormick hay rake, Ideal manure spreader, 2-horse corn planter, hay tedder, hay fork with rope and pulleys, fanning mill, bag truck, circle saw and frame, barrel sprayer, pig troughs, cow and log chains, forks, rakes and shovels, 2 sets breeching harness and other harness bridles, halters and lines, 4 10-gal. milk cans, milk strainer, 2 new milk pails, iron kettle, copper kettle with patent stirrer, butchering stove, butchering tools, Alfalfa hay by the ton, 100 bushels oats.

Household Goods
One old-fashioned bureau, old-fashioned Secretary, 200 years old, chairs, and other household goods.

Terms will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                William Lockard
Clarence Huber, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 6

Kunkle, J. L. - 1889

Personal Paragraphs
Brief Mention of Our Guests and the Shifting of Our People

Milton Wilson and J. L. Kunkle, of Irwin are now sojourning in the old world.  They expect to visit Ireland, England, Scotland and France.

~ Jeannette Dispatch, Friday, May 24, 1889, Page 3, Column 4

Kunkle, W. R. - 1937

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on the Thomas Fehnel farm at Bushkill Park, on Tuesday, March 16, 1937 at 12 o'clock noon sharp, the following to wit:

Farm Stock
Six head of horses, sorrel team, 5 and 7 years old weighing 3500 lbs., no better team in the county; dark bay team, 7 and 9 years old weighing 3650 lbs., a splendid team; black horse 8 years old, a good worker, weighing 1400 lbs.; Strawberry roan horse, 18 years old weighing 1400 lbs., a fine worker.

22 head of cattle, 15 head of milk cows, mostly Holsteins and a few Guernseys, all young cows and heavy milkers; ? head of heifers, due with calves by the time of sale, a nice bunch of heifers; fat bull weighing 1500 lbs. and a nice stock bull weighing 1000 lbs.

7 head of <?> weighing 100 lbs.

Farm Machinery
Farmall tractor, F-30, used only 2 years, in perfect condition; John Deere, tractor plow, Oliver disc tractor plow, 8 ft. Case tractor disc, 22-36 All-Steel Case thresher with high grain elevator and blower mounted complete, works to perfection, used only a few years; McCormick Deering hay loader, I. H. C. side delivery hay rake, 8 ft. hay rake, 6 ft. Osborne mower, 6 ft. Massey-Harris mower, Black Hawk manure spreader, 8 ft. McCormick-Deering grain binder, 10-tube Ontario grain drill with fertilizer attachment, McCormick-Deering corn binder, Bullseye corn planter and Case corn planter, 2 riding cultivators, 2 Syracuse No. 402 walking plows, Syracuse riding plow, 2 spring tooth harrows, 60-tooth smoothing harrow, combination harrow and roller, Letz feed mill with elevator, grinds all kinds of feed; hammermill, wagon with hay rack complete, wagon with body complete, lot of feed chests, hay track, fork and pulleys, 2 sets heavy bridging harness, 4 sets of heavy lead gear harness, 3 sets of bridles, collars, check lines and single lines, traces, breast chains, raker, forks, shovels and many other small items used on a well-equipped farm.

Household Goods
Eight 10-gallon milk cans, 2 milk strainers, 5 milk pails, sinks, cupboards, and many other items not mentioned.
Don't miss this sale as this is the largest sale of the season.  Something for everybody.
Conditions will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Howard Fehnel
T. M. Kunkle, Auct.
W. R. Kunkel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 6

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale along road leading from Stockertown to Schmidt's Schoolhouse, on farm formerly known as the Wm. Richter farm on Saturday, March <6th?>, 1937 at 12:30 P. M., the following, to wit:

Two head of horses, 1 bay, 9 years old, weighing 1500 lbs.; 1 bay 13 years old, weighing 1600 lbs., both splendid and good workers, 14 head of cattle, 10 milk cows, 2 fresh by the time of sale, mostly Holsteins, a few Guernseys, all heavy milkers mostly all raised by myself; 2 young heifers, 1 nice stock bull, 2 years old.

Farm Machinery
Fordson tractor, works to perfection; one 24-in. Doylestown thresher with blower and cutter, works fine; 7 ft. McCormick-Deering grain binder, only cut 60 acres; 5 ft. McCormick-Deering and one 5 ft. Deering mowers, both in perfect condition; hay rake, set of hay sides, 10-tube Hoosier grain drill, McCormick corn planter, like new; New Idea manure spreader; McCormick riding cultivator, single cultivator, harrow and roller combined; spring harrow, 60 tooth smoothing harrow, Rice potato digger, Oliver right and left riding plow, Oliver No. 40 plow, land roller, wooden drag, two 2-horse wagons with bodies complete, set heavy breeching harness with bridles, collars and lines, corn by the ton, 100 bu. oats by the bushel, hay by the ton, 8 milk cans, lot of other little items not mentioned.
All machinery in perfect working order.

- Everything Must Be Sold -
Conditions will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Frank Miklos
T. M. Kunkle, Auct.
W. R. Kunkle, Clerk

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

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock along highway between Martins Creek and Bangor, near the Grist Mill formerly operated by Adam Sandt, on Friday, March 19th, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following, to wit:

Two head of horses, 1 Sorrel horse, 14 years old, weighing 1600 lbs., 1 Grey horse, 14 years old, weighing 1500 lbs., both good workers.
Six head of cattle, some fresh by time of sale, all heavy milkers, mostly Jerseys and Guernseys, very good testers; one 9-month old Guernsey bull.
Some chickens by the pound, one turkey hen.

Farm Machinery

One 6 ft. Champion grain binder, 6 ft. Moline mower, 5 ft. Osborne mower, 8 ft New McCormick hay rake, 6-prong hay tedder, 2-horse wagon and hay rack complete, 8-tube Farmers Favorite grain drill, Simplex corn planter, single corn planter, single cultivator, 2 Oliver No. 40 walking plows, Oliver No. 84 riding plow, Cle Track tractor, Case 16 in. bottom tractor plow used only to plow 5 acres, a right and left plow, Messinger 22 in. threshing machine mounted with bagger and straw carrier complete; one-horse wagon and body, new wagon body, spring tooth harrow, 60 tooth smoothing harrow, 6 h. p. Galloway engine on truck with saw complete; 12 h. p. Messinger engine on truck, No. 10 New Holland feed mill, No. 6-1/2 New Holland feed mill, platform mill scale, feed chests, wheelbarrow, heavy set of lead gear harness, singe harness, bridles, collars and lines,  full line of blacksmith shop equipment, hay by the ton, oats by the bu., corn by the ton.  A lot forks, rakes, shovels, traces, ropes and many other items not mentioned on a well stocked farm.  Something for everybody.

Conditions on day of sale by
                                John Plebul
T. M. Kunkle, Auct.
W. R. Kunkle, Clerk

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

Kunkle, T. M. - 1937

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on the Thomas Fehnel farm at Bushkill Park, on Tuesday, March 16, 1937 at 12 o'clock noon sharp, the following to wit:

Farm Stock
Six head of horses, sorrel team, 5 and 7 years old weighing 3500 lbs., no better team in the county; dark bay team, 7 and 9 years old weighing 3650 lbs., a splendid team; black horse 8 years old, a good worker, weighing 1400 lbs.; Strawberry roan horse, 18 years old weighing 1400 lbs., a fine worker.

22 head of cattle, 15 head of milk cows, mostly Holsteins and a few Guernseys, all young cows and heavy milkers; ? head of heifers, due with calves by the time of sale, a nice bunch of heifers; fat bull weighing 1500 lbs. and a nice stock bull weighing 1000 lbs.

7 head of <?> weighing 100 lbs.

Farm Machinery
Farmall tractor, F-30, used only 2 years, in perfect condition; John Deere, tractor plow, Oliver disc tractor plow, 8 ft. Case tractor disc, 22-36 All-Steel Case thresher with high grain elevator and blower mounted complete, works to perfection, used only a few years; McCormick Deering hay loader, I. H. C. side delivery hay rake, 8 ft. hay rake, 6 ft. Osborne mower, 6 ft. Massey-Harris mower, Black Hawk manure spreader, 8 ft. McCormick-Deering grain binder, 10-tube Ontario grain drill with fertilizer attachment, McCormick-Deering corn binder, Bullseye corn planter and Case corn planter, 2 riding cultivators, 2 Syracuse No. 402 walking plows, Syracuse riding plow, 2 spring tooth harrows, 60-tooth smoothing harrow, combination harrow and roller, Letz feed mill with elevator, grinds all kinds of feed; hammermill, wagon with hay rack complete, wagon with body complete, lot of feed chests, hay track, fork and pulleys, 2 sets heavy bridging harness, 4 sets of heavy lead gear harness, 3 sets of bridles, collars, check lines and single lines, traces, breast chains, raker, forks, shovels and many other small items used on a well-equipped farm.

Household Goods
Eight 10-gallon milk cans, 2 milk strainers, 5 milk pails, sinks, cupboards, and many other items not mentioned.
Don't miss this sale as this is the largest sale of the season.  Something for everybody.
Conditions will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Howard Fehnel
T. M. Kunkle, Auct.
W. R. Kunkel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 6

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale along road leading from Stockertown to Schmidt's Schoolhouse, on farm formerly known as the Wm. Richter farm on Saturday, March <6th?>, 1937 at 12:30 P. M., the following, to wit:

Two head of horses, 1 bay, 9 years old, weighing 1500 lbs.; 1 bay 13 years old, weighing 1600 lbs., both splendid and good workers, 14 head of cattle, 10 milk cows, 2 fresh by the time of sale, mostly Holsteins, a few Guernseys, all heavy milkers mostly all raised by myself; 2 young heifers, 1 nice stock bull, 2 years old.

Farm Machinery
Fordson tractor, works to perfection; one 24-in. Doylestown thresher with blower and cutter, works fine; 7 ft. McCormick-Deering grain binder, only cut 60 acres; 5 ft. McCormick-Deering and one 5 ft. Deering mowers, both in perfect condition; hay rake, set of hay sides, 10-tube Hoosier grain drill, McCormick corn planter, like new; New Idea manure spreader; McCormick riding cultivator, single cultivator, harrow and roller combined; spring harrow, 60 tooth smoothing harrow, Rice potato digger, Oliver right and left riding plow, Oliver No. 40 plow, land roller, wooden drag, two 2-horse wagons with bodies complete, set heavy breeching harness with bridles, collars and lines, corn by the ton, 100 bu. oats by the bushel, hay by the ton, 8 milk cans, lot of other little items not mentioned.
All machinery in perfect working order.

- Everything Must Be Sold -
Conditions will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Frank Miklos
T. M. Kunkle, Auct.
W. R. Kunkle, Clerk

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

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock along highway between Martins Creek and Bangor, near the Grist Mill formerly operated by Adam Sandt, on Friday, March 19th, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following, to wit:

Two head of horses, 1 Sorrel horse, 14 years old, weighing 1600 lbs., 1 Grey horse, 14 years old, weighing 1500 lbs., both good workers.
Six head of cattle, some fresh by time of sale, all heavy milkers, mostly Jerseys and Guernseys, very good testers; one 9-month old Guernsey bull.
Some chickens by the pound, one turkey hen.

Farm Machinery

One 6 ft. Champion grain binder, 6 ft. Moline mower, 5 ft. Osborne mower, 8 ft New McCormick hay rake, 6-prong hay tedder, 2-horse wagon and hay rack complete, 8-tube Farmers Favorite grain drill, Simplex corn planter, single corn planter, single cultivator, 2 Oliver No. 40 walking plows, Oliver No. 84 riding plow, Cle Track tractor, Case 16 in. bottom tractor plow used only to plow 5 acres, a right and left plow, Messinger 22 in. threshing machine mounted with bagger and straw carrier complete; one-horse wagon and body, new wagon body, spring tooth harrow, 60 tooth smoothing harrow, 6 h. p. Galloway engine on truck with saw complete; 12 h. p. Messinger engine on truck, No. 10 New Holland feed mill, No. 6-1/2 New Holland feed mill, platform mill scale, feed chests, wheelbarrow, heavy set of lead gear harness, singe harness, bridles, collars and lines,  full line of blacksmith shop equipment, hay by the ton, oats by the bu., corn by the ton.  A lot forks, rakes, shovels, traces, ropes and many other items not mentioned on a well stocked farm.  Something for everybody.

Conditions on day of sale by
                                John Plebul
T. M. Kunkle, Auct.
W. R. Kunkle, Clerk

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