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Shoemakersville bicentennial : two centuries of progress, 1765-1965

Shoemakersville bicentennial : two centuries of progress, 1765-1965

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Shoemakersville bicentennial : two centuries of progress, 1765-1965

Shoemakersville bicentennial : two centuries of progress, 1765-1965

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it to George and Minnie J. Snyder, April 3,


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Haines, Jacob Stetzler Geo. Balthaser, John Snyder Jonathan George, Jere. Shappell J. Guilden, C. S. Dreibelbis Noah Smith, Michael Hoffman


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1916 Benj. Moll, Edwin Snyder


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Shiffert Gereon Deisher, John Keim Jacob Snyder, Benj. Weidman S. Shappell, John Deturk


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Shappell, J. M. Kershner H. M. Snyder, Walter Loy


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1865 Henry Snyder, Chas. Mohr James Koller, James Gettes Richard Seidel, P. Albright H. Hottenstein, J.


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1868 Mary Snyder, Alfred Seidel


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Mrs. Shollenberger, N. Jones W. M. Snyder, W. Hitner S. Hitner, J. Roth


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Elwood Moyer Wilson Adam Sadie Snyder, Eugene Baer Ida Seidel, Chester Merkel


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Reitz Anna Seidel, Dorothea Seaman Alice Snyder, Anna Bukowski


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1938 Donald F. Snyder, Ray Noll Ronald Mac Adam


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Wenz Madeira Clara Waxwood Shuman Lillian Snyder Sue Miller Berger Carrie Madeira Fraunfelter Mabel Mogel Klose Charlotte Hollanboch It is


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Malcolm Hoyer Donald Snyder - By-Laws Committee


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- President George Rubright -Treasurer Donald Snyder -1st Vice-President Wayne Schappell - Exec. Sec.


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Williams - Finan. Sec. Mrs. Elda Snyder - Trustee As a project, the Auxiliary choseto liquidate a $3,000.00mortgage held on


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John Snyder N. Main Street Bright M. Fister


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green grocery store operated by John Snyder. The remainder of the building was divided into four apartments. Sylvester Koller, succeeding


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four apartments. Sylvester Koller, succeeding Mr. Snyder, conducted a restaurant for several years. Then Mr. Alleman erected a three-story apartment


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John Snyder 504 Main Street Sylvester Koller 504 Main Street, 401 Main Street Edward B.


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County was petitioned to appoint John R. Snyder to the office of High Constable (1924-1928) of Shoemakersville.


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members. Messers. Lawrence High, George C. Snyder, Howard M. Dietrich. M. W. Rubright was elected treasurer at a salary


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the oath of office to Charles F. Snyder, newly appointed to serve the unexpired term of L. S. High. '


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serve the unexpired term of George C. Snyder, which vacancy was declared upon his moving from the borough.


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bill favoring Harrisburg passed, Governor Simon Snyder was directed to accept the offer of 10 acres of land at $100


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President: Gerald Weidman Secretary: Donald T. Snyder Vice-President: Joseph Stefan Treasurer: Larry Pennypacker Officers for 1965 are:


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President: Donald T. Snyder Secretary: Doris Strausser Vice-President: William Kramer Treasurer: Lawrence Pennypacker The Club is


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in Action, April 14, 1945.) Daniel S. Snyder (Killed in Action, October, 1944.) Leland M. Stoudt (Killed in Action, December,


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Lester Shappell Frederick Shearer Donald F. Snyder Raymond D. Stein B. Elwood Strauss Charles J. Strausser Leon M. Strausser


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Mrs. Lizzie Seiger Mrs. Minnie J. Snyder Mr. Edward A. Sproesser Mr. Robert Z. Trump Mrs. Laura R. Trump


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stone house. One of these Lloyd Snyder, a drover by trade, used the barn for cattle storage.


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Joel Weidman and Sara George C. Snyder Grant E. Alleman by will


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Charles Paul Wagaman, Director, Donald P. Snyder, Vice-Director, Richard L. Klee, President.