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Herbert Joseph Hartzog

HERBERT JOSEPH HARTZOG, ESQ.

One of the city’s most brilliant young lawyers, was born November 3, 1881, a son of the late Israel T. and Martha C. (Welker) Hartzog, of Topton, Pa. He was educated in the South Bethlehem High School and Bethlehem Preparatory School, after which he was graduated with honors from Lehigh University with the Class of 1904. Three years later Mr. Hartzog was graduated from the Law School of the University of Pennsylvania, in 1907. He was admitted to the Bar of Northampton County on December 9, 1907, at the age of only 26 years. On January 8, 1908, he was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, and subsequently to the Lehigh County Bar, Superior and the United States Courts. He began his practice in the office of Hon.J. Davis Brodhead. Mr. Hartzog is an efficient, careful attorney, and his ability was soon recognized by those in need of legal advice. He is the solicitor of the school districts of Northampton Heights and Fountain Hill, and now is the solicitor for the newly created school district of the City of Bethlehem. Mr. Hartzog is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Delta Theta fraternities, Masonic Fraternities, Northampton Club, Knights of Pythias and a number of other clubs and associations, including the Northampton County Bar Association, and Pennsylvania Bar Association. His office is in the E.P. Wilbur Trust Company building, and he resides at No. 435 Seneca Street. On November, 1912, he married Ada F. Worsley, daughter of Charles A. and Sallie M. Worsley.

 


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Robert A. Hinkle

ROBERT A. HINKLE

Former Councilman and manager of the South Bethlehem Knitting Mills, was born in South Bethlehem, July 1, 1886, a son of Alfred and E. (Green) Hinkle. He received his education in the public schools and then became a bell-boy at the Wyandotte Hotel, later entering the employ of the Bethlehem Steel Company. Subsequently Mr. Hinkle became treasurer of the Grand Opera House, solicitor for the Halcyon Electric Light and Power Company, and assistant secretary and treasurer of the South Bethlehem Knitting Mills, becoming manager of the last-named firm on September 1, 1916. He has been actively identified with civic and public affairs, serving a number of years in the South Bethlehem Council, being chairman of the Police Committee and a member of the Fire, Railroad and Sewer Committees. He is a member of the Elks, Eagles, Knights of Pythias, Odd Fellows and Jacksonian Club. On October 27, 1909, he married Grace C. Miller, daughter of Americus and Mary (Miller), of Allentown. He resides at No. 448 Wyandotte Street.

 

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