1945 January 2 Hbg Telegraph

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1945 January 2 Hbg Telegraph - crews Extra firemen marked up at 12.01 P. M....
crews Extra firemen marked up at 12.01 P. M. Anderson. Vanhorn, Kyle, Free - land, Martin, Rohrbaugh. Miller. Kauff - man, Zeigler, Royston, Barlup, Poorkaj, Groninger, Miller, Gracey. Firemen wanted for 2 Pass extra, 2 - 75, 2 Specials, 2 - 41. With 2 Altoona extra crews nere. Philadelphia Division Extra engine - men marked up at 12.01 P. M. Kelly, Stambaugh, welsh. Peters, warfet, Ault - house, Nace, Woods. Enginemen wanted for 2 Pass extra, 2 - 32. 2 - 54. 1 Drae. With 2 Phila. extra crews here. With 3 N. Y. extra crews here. Extra firemen marked up at 12.01 P. M. Carden. Diffendafer. Gardner. Ridge. Winters, Zink, Yeager, Smelt - zer, Krick, Fergerson, Dattisman. Hall, bpangier, ucaicK, Kay, Lewis, swsey, Smith. Firemen wanted for 2 Pass extra. 2 - 32 2 - 54, 1 Drag. With 2 Phila. extra crews nere. with 3 N. Y. extra crews here. Williamsport Division Extra engine men marked up at 12.01 P. M. Downs, Kousn, eryerton, rritz, tserger, .nope well, Grimm. Schelegel. Lehman. Enginemen wanted for At Hbg., Pass extra. oKi'm. At tnoia, a extras. Williamsport Division Extra firemen marked up at 12.01 P. M. Stroup, Sny - aer, urassmyer. Andrews, wall, liim mick, Roush. Heagy. Firemen wanted for At Hbg., Pass extra 6kPm. At Enola. 3 extras. Philadelphia Division Conductors up Miner, iioimes, riomoerger, Maioney, Mullins, Deckard, Rudolph, Barrows, Lark ins. File, Bowers, Weaver. Brakemen up Rimel. Mennig. Grim - wood, Shaffer. H. L. Hitter. Velter, Hart - man, Floyd, Cromleigh, Stine. Shannon, Dunn, Wade, Edwards, Mattis, Kitzmiller. Conductors for 2 Pass extra, 2 - 32, 2 - 54, 1 Drag, Baggagemasters for 54. Brakemen for 2 Pass extra, 2 - 32, 54. 2 - 54. 72, 570. 1 Drag, 74. Middle Division Conductors un Trullinger, Donnally. Davidson, Mikle, Albright, Johnson, H. Ritter, Cobaugh, Boose. Brakemen up E. Fisher, Carlson. Price, Snyder, Hughes, Brong, Yeager, Houston, Stitt. Fresh, Buffington. Cupp, Myers, R. Koller, Miller. Pearson. Arndt. Hen - derickson, Hicks, Lytle, Baldensberger. Conductors for 2 Pass extra, 2 Spe - vials. Brakemen for 2 Pass extra, 37, 51, 2 - 79. 2 Specials. 25. Williamsport Division Conductors up Shipman, Hatter, Hall. Wagner, Gamble, Brown, Mallick, Herrold, Showers, Cooper. Brakemen up Showers. Troup, Gris - singer. Gamble. Wheeler. Walbourn, De - wees, Long. Miller, Wertz. Baggagemasters for 571, 581. Brakemen for 571, 633, 581, 575. Baltimore Division Conductors tne bouth Pacific. Private services will be Wed nesday at 2 p. m. at the Myers funeral home, Mechanicsburg, the Rev. A. M. Rhine, Mt. Pleasant Church of God, officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Pleasant cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9. MRS. W. S. BELTZHOOVER Mrs. Charlott Grace Beltz - hoover, 65, wife of William S. Beltzhoover, died at her home near Craighead, Carlisle, R. D. 6, Monday. Surviving are her husband; two sons, George, Carlisle, and Cree - don, United States Army; two daughters, Mrs. L. T. Stommel and Mrs. Howard Wise; 10 grandchildren; grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. S. D. Snyder, Littlestown, and Mrs. A. C. Stamy, Hickory, and five brothers, brothers, H. C. Goodhart, L. A. Good - hart and Roy Goodhart, all of Newcastle; Carl Goodhart, Ship - pensburg, R. D., and Wilbur Goodhart, Goodhart, Newton Falls, Ohio. Services will be held at 2 p. m. Thursday at the Lutz funeral home, Carlisle. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday night. MRS. PERCY ROUSH Mrs. Mary S. Roush, 45, wife of Percy Roush, Miller township, Perry county, died Saturday in a local hospital. In addition to her husband she is survived by one brother, Simon Bowersox, New Bloomfield; a half - sister, Mrs. Edith Deitz, Dun - cannon, and her father and mother, Catheran Kriser, and Edward Edward Bowersox, Juniata county. Services will be held Wednesday Wednesday at 2.30 p. m. at the Kell funeral funeral home, Newport, the Rev. Mr. Charles R. - Beittel, United Brethren Church, officiating. Burial was in Harrisburg cemetery. DOMINICK CARUSO Dominick Caruso, Seventh street, a restaurant died Sunday at a local He leaves no immediate Requiem High Mass celebrated Wednesday at in the Our Lady of the Sacrament Church, by William M. Horrigan. be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call at the H. Sourbier funeral home, and Kelker streets, tonight to 9. j.f7

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 02 Jan 1945, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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