Monday, February 15, 2010

Building Burns On West King Street

On February 15, 1921 at 2:30 p.m. firemen were alerted to a fire at the Robert Lowery Egg and Poultry dealer on West King Street. A defective electric light cord sparked a blaze that caused extensive damage to the second floor of the building. Damages were estimated at $300. The Vigilant Hose and Cumberland Valley Hose companies battled the blaze.


Haney said...

Another egg post? February isn't a good time to be in the egg business.

Brad Myers said...

With the way I make these post and upload them you had me confused Haney. I read your comment and was thinking what does that mean? After checking the last few post I then realized what you were saying.

Just got back from another great trip to Benezette, lots of elk and turkeys but no whitetails.