American Flint Glass Workers' Union - 1915 Convention, Columbus, Ohio

List of Delegates

[Trade Journal]

Publication: The Glassworker

Pittsburgh, PA, United States
vol. 33, no. 35, p. 16, col. 1 - 2


FLINT DELEGATES ELECT.


Delegates elect to the A. F. G. W. U. convention in Columbus, O., in July are:

Local Union No. 1, Brooklyn, N. Y. Frank E. Sigward, John Kennedy, and Henry Putallez.

No. 2, Glassport, Pa. W. M. Dobbins, John S. Plunkett.

No. 3, Alexandria, Ind. John Armstrong, Jos. Kramer, Chas. W. Schroth, Ben Schleeter, Jos. Fitzsimmons, Geo. R. Pyles, Michael L. Miller.

No. 8, Steubenville, O. Geo. W. Roche, Harry S. Russell, Andrew Green.

No. 9, Wheeling, W. Va. Sam Young, Harry Boecher, M. G. Bilz, Harry Cochran, Harry S. Davis.

No. 10, Moundsville, W. Va. Lawrence Walk, John McKay, Harry Davis, Ralph Fousse.

No. 12, Zanesville, O. Cecil Chilcote.

No. 13, Bellaire, O. Harry Cook, David H. Jones, Frank Hackett, Jesse Lovejoy.

No. 14, Niles, O. John Reed and Harry Dermer.

No. 16, New Martinsville, W. Va. Otha Mosser.

No. 17, New Bedford, Mass. Martin Faulk.

No. 19, Toledo, O. Paul Martin.

No. 20, Port Jervis, N. Y. Algot Nelson,.

No. 21, Pittsburg, Pa. S. G. Becker.

No. 22, Marietta, O. Harry Keller, John H. Newman.

No. 23, Muncie, Ind. Cyrus Herron.

No. 24, E. Montreal, Can. Patrick J. Finn, Patrick Kennedy, Levi Walsh.

No. 25, Rochester, Pa. Louis Hartman, Charles Wolf, Chas, J. Loettler, Joseph McLaughlin, Henry Hartman.

No. 26, Star City, W. Va. John McHale, Wm. Shay, and August (Huckle) Hertenstein.

No. 28, Toledo, O. August Stener.

No. 29, Marion, Ind. John . . . [illegible text] . . .

No. 30, Newark, O. Walter F. Trickey, Oscar Brown, Harry Devalt, Fred Chapman.

No. 31, Fostoria, O. Frank Aberle.

No. 32, Pittsburg, Pa. Walter Demmick, Chas. Horni, Thos. Gallagher, and Wm. Geary.

No. 34, Bellaire, O. Chas. Hall, Ross Logan.

No. 35, Marion, Ind. Charles Barnes.

No. 36, Monaca, Pa. Charles Grant, Elmer Hunter.

No. 37, Mt. Washington, O. F. H. Rinehart.

No. 38, Beaver Falls, Pa. J. A. Kraug.

No. 39, Tiffin, O. G. W. Lautzenheiser, Roy A. Williams, Urban O. Stritt.

No. 40, Arcadia, Ind. Chas. Hensel.

No. 44, Vineland, N. J. Geo. Barber, Jesse R. Stibbs, Chas. H. Hughes.

No. 45, E. Toronto, Ont. Ralph Libengood.

No. 46. Millville, N. J. Michael J. Kane, Frank Keisler.

No. 47, Guyanx, Pa. J. Fishbaugh, Jr., Frank McCaffrey.

No. 48, Brackenridge, Pa. Harvey Kurn, John Gallagher.

No. 49, Fairmont, W. Va. Jack Nye, Wm. Malcolm, L. A. Shackelford, Dorsey Ford, J. H. Simmons, W. H. Gebbard.

No. 51, Kokomo, Ind. Geo. Pross.

No. 52, Pittsburg, Pa. Alb. McCloskey.

No. 53, Bellaire, O. Frederick P. Houck.

No. 54, Lonaconing, Md. Chas. Hummell.

No. 55, Washington, Pa. Lawr. Gideon.

No. 56, Brackenridge, Pa. Walter F/ Schmitt.

No. 58, Martins Ferry, O. Harry S. Wilson.

No. 59, Moundsville, W. Va. W. H. Voitle.

No. 60, Lancaster, O. Everett Suyder, J. P. McCullough.

No. 61, Dunbar, W. Va. S. D. Seese.

No. 63, Meriden, Conn. George T. Degnan.

No. 64, Philadelphia, Pa. William Gardner, Gus A. Erickson, Albert Harvey.

No. 65, Bridgeville, Pa. Miles Umphrey.

No. 67, Beaver, Pa. Ed C. Heinrich.

No. 68, Brooklyn, N. Y. V. J. Aque, Joseph Wilson.

No. 70, Wallaceburg, Ont. John H. Power, E. J. Dillon.

No. 71, Indiana, Pa. Frank Fleming.

No. 72, North Vernon, Ind. Harry Legrand.

No. 73, Toronto, O. Chas. F. Bailey, John Merkle, Walter Devlin, John Grimm.

No. 74, Cambridge, O. T. J. McElheran.

No. 77, Morgantown, W. Va. N. B. Weible, George Bobbs.

No. 79, Philadelphia, Pa. John Heegard.

No. 80, Coraopolis, Pa. Nels Sylvander.

No. 81, Toledo, O. Joseph Quill, Chas. E. Case, Thos, L. Hoar, Frank B. Mackall.

No. 82, Byesville, O. John Murry, Edw. Goldstrom.

No. 83, Toledo, O. Blythe Curtis.

No. 85, Jeannette, Pa. Harry F. McBride.

No. 86, Jeannette, Pa. W. J. Evans, Wm. Maley, Robert W. Eicher.

No. 88, Flemington, N. J. Jas. J. Ward.

No. 89, Byesville, O. Ed Stillwell, C. A. Lottes.

No. 90, Baltimore, Md. Aaron R. Clumm, W. Z. Simmerman.

No. 91, Pittsburg, Pa. Ray Bobbs, John Seddon, Fred Sarsfield, Herman Richter.

No. 95, Morgantown, W. Va. Chas. L. Maupin.

No. 96, Follansbee, W. Va. R. E. Coen.

No. 97, Buckhannon, W. Va. Louie Wohine.

No. 99, Philadelphia, Pa. W. J. Ginnan.

No. 101, Morgantown, W. Va. A. O. Goldstrom, Joseph Ney, Jack Houston.

No. 103, Grapeville, Pa. Edw. W. Miller.

No. 107, Dunkirk, Ind. Chas. Haiston, Arthur Robertson, Anthony C. Meier, Law. McGarrell.

No. 108, Bridgeport, W. Va. Wm. Klein.

No. 110, Cincinnati, O. Jos. Becker.

No. 111, Jeannette, Pa. Charles Lustig, James W. Maloy, Walter Matthews.

No. 113, New Bedford, Mass. John A. McGregor.

No. 118, Huntington, W. Va. William Burgess, Chas. Dyer.

No. 119, Connellsville, Pa. Albert G. Landry.

No. 122, Columbus, O. S. L. Donahue.

No. 123, Monroe, Mich. L. Wiesenmaier, Ralph Delisle.

No. 125, Morgantown, W. Va. Joseph Ruziska and Alva Hope.

No. 126, Wellsburg, W. Va. Henry Hass.

No. 127, Lancaster, O. Grover Rider, Claude A. Dale.

No. 136, Rochester, Pa. Herman Graff, Geo. Stout, John C. Hamilton.

No. 137, Cumberland, Md. John F. Carbrey, R. J. Schanwecker.

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Keywords:Hemingray Glass Company : Labor Relations : AFGWU
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Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:April 12, 2007 by: Glenn Drummond;