John Haag, son of Adam W., obit
DEATHS of READING JOHN A HAAG died yesterday at his home. 1014 N. Fourth it, aged 54 years, after "an Illness of three months. He was a native of Fleetwood, Fleetwood, and a son of the late Adam W. and Sabllla Haag. Mr. Haag was an employe of the Reading company for 29 years, for the past 18 years as inspector inspector of engines at the Baldwin locomotive works. He was also treasurer treasurer of - ! A. W, Haag Co. machine machine works at Third and Walnut streets, this city, a plant founded by his father, A. W. Haag. He was a member of Bethany E. C. church, Knights of Malt. Knights of Friendship, Friendship, Order of Independent Americans Americans and, the Reading Relief association. association. Besides his wife, Addle It. (Heck), Mr. Haag is survived by two sons Howard R. and James M. Haag, and one daughter, Grace A. These brothers and sisters also survive: Charles, Shoemakersille: Georges West Lawn; William, Reading; Herbert Herbert Trnton, N. J.; Mrs. JTathryn Grnet. Reading; Mrs. Bailie Fegley, Shilling ton; Mrs. Elizabeth Fisher, Trenton, N. J.; Mrs. Mary Craig, Wilmington, Wilmington, Del., and Mrs. Carrie Miller, Miller, of Philadelphia. The funeral be held Thursday afternoon In charge of Undertaker Auman.