Millersburg Log Home being razed to build a theater. 1919

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Millersburg Log Home being razed to build a theater. 1919 - TEARING DOWN OLD LOG HOUSE New Moving Picture...
TEARING DOWN OLD LOG HOUSE New Moving Picture Theater Takes Place of Dr. Ulrich's Building in Center Street NOW RAZING STRUCTURE Woman Runs Sewing Machine Needle Through Finger With Serious Results Millrrbaric, Pa., May 31. Lester G. Holtzman has a force of men employee employee razing the building in Center street recently purchased from Dr. Ulrich and will erect on the site a modern moving picture theater. The old building is a log structure and one of the oldest in Millersburg. J. W. Dreibelbis. one of Millersburg' s prominent businessmen, was taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital at Baltimore early in the week where he will undergo undergo an operation for bladder trouble. trouble. Postmaster C. W. Rubendall has purchased at private sale the Baillie property, corner Union and Walnut streets, one of the most desirable private private residences in Millersburg. Miss Margaret Vanetta, of Union street, is suffering with a sore finger the result of a needle breaking oft after being driven through that member while operating a sewing machine at the Johnson - Baillie. shoe factory. Robert Butler and family, of Philadelphia, are visiting at their old home. Mrs. Butler will be remembered as a daughter of Reuben Kepner. Isaac Shaffer and Robert Stahl are the latest Millersburg soldiers to return to their old homes from overseas.

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph31 May 1919, SatPage 2

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)31 May 1919, SatPage 2
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