Harding Oliver fire

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Harding Oliver fire - • • • HARDING OLIVER, Apartment 36, Road A,...
• • • HARDING OLIVER, Apartment 36, Road A, Hiildale, led successful efforts of neighbors to extinguish the flames with buckets. Firemen were called through the alarm box at Walnut and Warren streets by Mrs. Lucy Mae Malone, who lives above the Harris family in the large frame house. Mrs. Malone is convalescing from grippe and was not supposed to go outdoors. Mrs. Malone said that she and Mary Lee Harris, who was in bed with ’flu, were the only people m the house when the fire broke out. The fire was discovered by a next-door neighbor, Mrs. An- gelica Vlattas, 616 Walnut street, who saw flames and (Continued on Page Three)

Clipped from The Mercury29 Mar 1952, SatPage 1

The Mercury (Pottstown, Pennsylvania)29 Mar 1952, SatPage 1
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