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J. Louis Bolich

LOUIS BOLICH

Funeral director, was born in 1880 at Ashland, Pa., a son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Bolich. He attended the High School of his native town, later entering the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Bolich became a master of his chosen profession by pursuing a complete course in embalming at Eckel’s College, Philadelphia, Pa. Later he located in South Bethlehem where he has built up a large and successful business, having establishments at Fourth and Poplar and Fourth and New Streets. In addition, Mr. Bolich is the local agent for the Pullman automobile. On October 20, 1910, he married Ella M. Mahon.

 


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George Rodney Booth

GEORGE RODNEY BOOTH, ESQ.

One of Bethlehem’s most prominent attorneys at-law, was born in Washington, D.C., a son of Thomas Rogers and Margaret J. Rodney Booth. He was graduated from Lehigh University with the Class of 1886. He then entered the law office of General W.E. Doster, and was admitted to practice before the Bar in 1890. Mr. Booth has risen rapidly in his profession and has the entire confidence of an exceptionally large clientele. He is a member of the Bethlehem Club, Knights of Pythias, Moose, Lehigh Country Club, Northampton Country Club, University Club of Bethlehem, Gahuwa Club and others.

 

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