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of Freeland, Pa.
Municipal listings in the 1921-1922 city directory
This page also includes some additional lists that aren't, strictly speaking, municipal. If I find someplace better to put them later, I'll move them, but right now I just didn't want to exclude the information.
Burgess: Christian Miller
President: George Saricks
Secretary: Oliver Koch
Treasurer: George Eckert
Solicitor: C. O. Stroh
Engineer: Theo Reichman
Chief of Police: R. Frank De Pierro
Chief Fire Department: James M. Gallagher
Registrar of Vital Statistics: John B. Hanlon
Tax Collector: H. F. O'Donnell
Superintendent of Schools: N. P. Luckenbill
1st Ward - George Saricks, Henry George
2nd Ward - Henry Krause, Fred Gross
3rd Ward - George Eckert, James Crawford
4th Ward - Nicholas Rock, Earl Zane
5th Ward - J. M. Gallagher, J. J. Welsh
6th Ward - Wm. Wascavics, Eugene Boyle
BOARD OF HEALTH:
President: Wm. McCarron
Secretary: H. W. Fackler
Health Officer: Rowland Jones
President: P. J. Dever
Secretary: John Brogan
Treasurer: C. L. Reilly
Chief: James Ferry
Trustees: J. McNelis, M. McLaughlin, F. McHugh
Apparatus: 5 hose carts, 1 hook and ladder truck, 1800 feet of hose
No. 1, Citizens Hose Co.: covers all of the borough
No. 2, Fourth Ward Fire Co.: covers 4th Ward only
1 long blast: fire out
1 short blast: wire trouble
2 blasts : daily test
3-3 blasts: general alarmbr
3-5 blasts: riot alarm
FIRE ALARM BOXES:
21: Centre cor Carbon
22: Washington cor Luzerne
24: Ridge cor South
32: Centre cor Front
34: Walnut cor School al.
42: Birkbeck cor Walnut
43: Centre cor North
62: Krause's Corner
63: Schwabe's Corner
Chief: B. Frank De Pierro
Officers: M. Laputka and John Fisher
President: Oscar Fairchild
Secretary: John H. Trevaskis
Treasurer: Louis Young
Supervising Principal: N. P. Luckenbill
Building Committee: J. J. Brobst, Joseph G. Saricks, Andrew Shore
Finance Committee: Joseph G. Saricks, Joseph Fenstermacher, Andrew Shore
Supplies Committee: J. H. Trevaskis, Joseph Fenstermacher, Andrew Shore
Postmaster: E. J. Doggett
Assistant Postmaster: Orion L. Vanaken
Clerks: George C. Farrar, Ralph Alden
Carriers: T. J. Doggett, George Woodring, Patrick Roarty
Rural Delivery to White Haven: Lester Stine, messenger
General Delivery and stamps: 7 a.m. to 7:45 p.m.
Money orders: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Registry window: 7 a.m. to 7:45 p.m.
Deliveries: 9 a.m., 11:15 a.m., 2:30 p.m., p.m.
Collections: 7:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 4 p.m.
Mails arrive: 7:10, 8 and 10:48 a.m. and 1:45 and 7:15 p.m.
Citizens Bank of Freeland: Organized 1890. Capital $100,000.00.
President: Wm. Birkbeck
Vice President: John Shigo
Cashier: W. E. Kahler
Assistant Cashier: James S. Brogan
First National Bank: Organized 1902. Capital $75,000.00.
President: Joseph G. Saricks
Vice President: Dr. S. S. Hess
Cashier: George S. Christian
Assistant Cashier: John J. McGarey
Eckley-Freeland Bus Line: 319 Centre. 12 trips daily.
Fairchild's Bus Line: 606 Centre. 7 trips daily to Upper Lehigh, 4 trips daily to Eckley.
Freeland-Buck Mountain Bus Line: 319 Centre. 4 trips daily.
Freeland-White Haven Bus Line: 606 Centre. 5 trips daily.
Freeland Cemetery: Birkbeck
Greek Catholic Cemetery:
Italian Cemetery: end of Walnut
Polish Catholic Cemetery: end of Walnut
St. Ann's Cemetery: Woodside
Slavonic Catholic Cemetery: end of Walnut
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:
President: James F. Sweeney
Vice President: Harry Chamberlain
Vice President: W. A. Bachman
Secretary: Charles Murrin
Treasurer: W. E. Oberrender
Office: Municipal Building
Freeland Tribune: 824 Main, published weekly by Tribune Printing Co. Ltd.
The Press: 816 Main, published weekly by W. R. Flad
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