Worm 27-4-4 fire part 2
DOG DISCOVERS APARTMENT FIRE From Page One pants, Coble telephoned for assist ance to the Wormleysburg Fire Company and Fire Chief Tawney, of Harnsbursr. Clad only in their niicht clothes and a few wraps they were able to grab while hurrying from their bedrooms, occupants of the apart ment house fled to adjoining dwellmcs. Three small babies were carried by their parents from the burning buildinir. White helping light tlie flames, Leonard Lyler, one oi tne occupants occupants of the Coble apartments, wa3 overcome by smoke, lie collapsed in the arms of Coble and Rolla Sparrow, of Second street and Third avenue, Wormleysburg, who carried him from the buildinc. He was revived shortly afterward at a nearby house. The Wormleysburg. Fire Company Company had managed to confine the blare to the basement until the arrival of the Washington and Good Will fire companies from Harrisburg. The flames ate their way into the front room of the apartment occupied by the Cobles and the hallway on the first floor before they were extinguished. Coble was unable to determine the cause or estimate the damage. Chief Tawney said the damage will not exceed $500. The first floor of the damaged building is occupied on the one side by Mr. and Mrs. Coble and their son and on the other side by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Burg and their eight-months'-old eight-months'-old eight-months'-old eight-months'-old eight-months'-old baby. The second floor is occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Didier and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leonard Eyler and their six-months'-old six-months'-old six-months'-old six-months'-old six-months'-old baby, and the third floor by Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Muinma and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sload and their 2-year-old 2-year-old 2-year-old 2-year-old 2-year-old child.