Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Four Buildings Burn In Newburg

On July 30, 1936 at about 4 p.m. firemen were called to Newburg in the area of the Church of God for a stable fire. The fire of undetermined origin destroyed two stables, a garage and a woodshed. Firemen pumped water from a small stream about 750 feet away and were able to keep the blaze from spreading any further. A damage estimate was not available. The Vigilant Hose Company answered the alarm.

It was allot of work but I was able to complete the labels last night on almost a years worth of post. If you are looking for something in particular it should now be easy to find, just click on the label of your choice and it will show you everything in that category. If anyone is out there and you are not scared to comment I would like to know if you like it.

3 comments:

Wally said...

Brad,
you might not hear this alot,,but your doing a great job with these site's,please keep up work,,
please tell Shane to keep up the work as Boy Scout,,it was funny yesterday I found my old Boy Scout uniform,, I don't understand,,it don't fit anymore,,

Anonymous said...

Wally, weren't you at this fire in Newburg?

Hoss said...

Hey Brad,

I like the new labeling, Good Job. Like I told you last week, I may not comment a lot, but I love learning the history of the SFD and look at this everyday. Kepp up the great job!!!!