1903 YMCA cont. Delahunty Dyeing Works

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1903 YMCA cont. Delahunty Dyeing Works - FACTORY MEN IN SYMPATHY The Cisiployes of...
FACTORY MEN IN SYMPATHY The Cisiployes of DeSahunty Works Contribute $71 to Y.M.C.A. Building Fund. The men at the factories are ready to help put np the proposed building to be operated - by the Young Men's Christian Association - in the interest of the young men of this community. A nice list is reported fepday from the men employed at the works of the Del - uuuuly fiix.ij. o. men have subscribed a total of $71 - This is good. We understand that the employes of other factories are raisins money also. The men at the mines are by no means done. It will soon be the turn of the coal corporations, factory companies, and also of r.ll friends of the - work. The building must come. ' Let every ono purpose to contribute in a generous Way. Here is the - list from the Belahunty worts: $25 U E. Tra. $5 Robert. Sioin, Frank It. Davis, j .John Parstcr. William Corastoclt, Oliver j Comstoelt, - E. T. Parker. j 1 $2 M. j,. Blaclswell, 3. G. Gage, G. W. Hehue, George Smallcoxnb. Hector Jonas. $1 Myrtle Holme, V. D. Williams William Wells, Ed. Kearney,. C. He! ri. :.''?!. 50c James Gibbons, Jamos Carr.

Clipped from Pittston Gazette17 Dec 1903, ThuPage 8

Pittston Gazette (Pittston, Pennsylvania)17 Dec 1903, ThuPage 8
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