John A Murphy?
DICKSON FIREMEN HAVE MM TIME Members of American 'Hose Company Enjoy Reception in Borough Hall. Organized . three months ago, but now boasting - a membership of sixty - five, the. American Hose company, of Dickson City, - Sunday afternoon en - Joyed its first Informal reception and smoker In the borough hall' there.' The entire personnel of the organlzatoin, together with a number of the officials officials and most prominent men of the borough, were in attendance at the affair. affair. John A. Murphy, president of the company, and who was instrumental in its formation, acted as toastmaster of the Hooverized dinner. N Among those who made addresses were: Justice of the Peace Luke Hall, Borough Treasurer Treasurer William Buza, William Towers, president of the Liberty Hose company; company; John Callahan and Samuel Mos - kovitz, members of the borough school board. The entertainment program included included vocal solos by John F. Murphy and Hugh Brennan, a jazz dance by William Rees, a piano solo by Leonard Murphy and an exhibition drill by the entire company. - Members of the organization conduct drills twice each week on the Dickson baseball field, under the direction or Mr. Murphy. Most of' the men attached attached to the company are eligible to the draft, so that the contemplated plan of securing new equipment has been temporarily abandoned.