Adam W. Haag obit

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Pole flight to equip himself, the scientific of Antaractic to his exploit. became an indispensable for he relied him many or glare him and his sped from to the po.e Glare aerial photography zero territories Byrd with the for his South Fairchild explained. standard we added a the excessive snow - reflected camera witn against the with a special temperature. by movement the camera plane with a , popular sport University of DEATHS .READING ADAH W. HA AG, 78, died Saturday Saturday at his home. 221 Walnut street. He was - head of the Haag Company, Inc.. millwrights and machinists and was widely known throughout eastern eastern Pennsylvania as a mechanical engineer. Born in North Heidelberg township, Haag was educated in the public schools of Bernville. In 1868 he went to California and while in the west helped in the construction of the Union Pacific railroad. Returning to Pennsylvania, he located in Luzerne county and later moved to Allentown, and then to Fleetwood, where he superintended the construction of the Haag Reliance turbine water wheel, a contrivance which he Invented. He came to Reading in 1894 and established established the business which he headed at tho time of his death. He was formerly a member of the Fleetwood borough council and school board and for six years was a secretary secretary of the Fleetwood council. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias and of the Evangelical Congregational Congregational denomination. The following relatives survive: A widow. Amy P. (Hill); five daughters. daughters. Mrs. Arthur Oeroert. Reading; Mrs. Samuel Fegley, Shillington; Mrs. Edward Fisher, Trenton, N. J.; Mrs. John Craig, Wilmington, Del., and Mrs. Alvin Miller. West Philadelphia; five sons, Charles H., Shoemakers - vuie; jonn a. ana wuuam ., neaa - ing: Oeorge M. West Wyomissing, and Herbert ' H., Trenton, N. J.; a sister, Kate Haag, Mohrsvllle, 19 srandchuaren and 10 arreat - Kranu - children. CORA A. WTNN. 4S. wife of Charles H. Wynn. 731 Church St.. died of a heart attack while shopping in a Penn street store Saturday. Hurried to the Homeopathic hospital in an ambulance, she was pronounced dead when the ambulance reached the hos - Eltal, and Coroner John H. Rorke sued a certificate of death from . heart condition. Born at - Ringtown. Schuylkill count - , she lived in Reading for the last 18, years. She was a member of tho Lutheran church of the Holy Soirlt. The following relatives survive: survive: Her husband, her mother, Mrs. Mary Lindenmuth, West Lawn: six children. Mary, Anna, Dorothy, Flor - A ' GOOD GIFT Spend wisely. This only but a and 7

Clipped from Reading Times02 Dec 1929, MonPage 2

Reading Times (Reading, Pennsylvania)02 Dec 1929, MonPage 2
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