Slagle is an unincorporated community in Logan County, West Virginia.
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Welfare Bulletin (1917)
by Illinois. Dept. of Public Welfare
Slagle is a distinct advance in Illinois. TO MAKE SUMMER UNDERWEAR. Next summer's supply of underwear for patients and inmates of our charitable and ...
Farm Implement News (1906)
Slagle, of Bloomsburg, Pa., one of the leading implement and 'vehicle dealers in the central part of the state, has built up a big trade since locating in Bloomsburg five years ago. Mr. Slagle is a tireless worker, who has made himself ...
History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade, and Barton Counties, Missouri (1889)
From the Earliest Time to the Present, Including a Department Devoted to the Preservation of Sundry Personal, Business, Professional, and Private Records, Besides a Valuable Fund of Notes, Original Observations, Etc., Etc
Slagle is a small post-village in the north part of Looney Township, about five and one- half miles southeast from Bolivar, which received its name from the family of Slagles, long prominent and quite numerous in that part of the county.
Freemasonry in Northumberland & Snyder counties, Pennsylvania (1911)
dating from the constitution of lodge no. 22, October 4, 1779, and including a history of Charity lodge, no. 144, until warrant was removed to Lewisburg; Perseverance lodge, no. 148; Lafayette lodge, no. 194; Shamokin lodge, no. 255; Milton lodge, no. 256; Mt. Carmel lodge, no. 378; Watsontown lodge, no. 401; Eureka lodge, no. 404; Elysburg lodge, no. 414; Middleburg lodge, no. 619; and Maclay lodge, no. 632; also a sketch of the several other masonic bodies warranted in this district, comp. from actual records and other reliable sources by Frederic Antes Godcharles
SLAGLE . Worshipful Master, 1895. Erastus A. Slagle is a resident of Paxinos, Northumberland County, and is engaged in the Agriculture Implement business ...
Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Huron and Lorain, Ohio (1894)
Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens, and of Many of the Early Settled Families
Slagle is a polished, courteous gentleman, popular not only in railroad circles, but also among men in every station in Chicago Junction.
History of Summers County from the Earliest Settlement to the Present Time (1908)
by James Henry Miller, Maude Vest Clark
Slagle is a one-armed man, and has a local reputation of being a pole-cat trapper and dealer in the furs from the skunk, and was an expert in the handling of the perfumed hides of these rodents, the chief criminal ambition of that section not ...
The Institution Quarterly (1917)
Slagle is a distinct advance ...
The Railroad Telegrapher (1914)
Slagle is a member of Division 25, but will be transferred to this division. Many of the brothers are working hard for new members in order that they may secure one of the prizes offered by the Grand Division for this work, and are meeting with ...
Forest and Stream (1899)
by Charles Hallock, William A. Bruette
The Slagle is a natural trout stream, and so far as the writer is aware has never been artificially stocked, but the thousands of fish which are annually taken from its waters are replaced each year by the natural process, and the suppl never ...
Modern Hospital (1918)
Slagle is a distinct advance in Illinois. •The illustrations used herewith are shown by courtesy of the Jour- nal of the Outdoor Life. Self-trust is the first secret of ...
American Poultry Journal (1909)
Slagle is a prominent breeder of Single Comb Keds. * * * H. C. Sheppard, the Ancona specialist, was in evidence at Columbus, O., State Fair. * • • Mr. D. M. Covert, of Willoughby, O., is laid up with lumbago. We trust Mr. Covert will have a ...
Encyclopedia of American Gospel Music (2013)
by W. K. McNeil
Linda Shelton Slagle (b. Unknown) Lloyd Shelton (b. Unknown) Ashley Slagle (b. Unknown) The Principles of Johnson City, Tennessee, have been described by Michael Kelley as ''polished southern gospel singers whose ...
The Encyclopedia of Romantic Literature (2012)
by Frederick Burwick, Nancy Moore Goslee, Diane Long Hoeveler
Slagle,J.B. (ed.) (1999) The collected letters ofJoanna Baillie. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, New Unromantic Jersey. Slagle, J.B. (2002a) Joanna Baillie: A literary life. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, New Jersey. Slagle, J.B. ...
Lexicon of Geologic Names of the United States for 1936-1960 (1966)
by Grace C. Keroher
Slagle Trachyte Quaternary : Northeastern New Mexico ...
The Braves Encyclopedia (1995)
by Gary Caruso
Struck out — Hamilton, Collins, Bergen 2, Long, Slagle, O'Brien, Bonner, Dineen 2. Double plays — Hamilton and Tenney; Long and Collins; Padden, Bonner and McGann. Passed ball— Bergen. Hit by pitched ball- Freeman. Time — 2h. 5m.
The Encyclopedia of Psychological Trauma (2008)
by Gilbert Reyes, Jon D. Elhai, Julian D. Ford
& Slagle, D. M. (2006). Selecting a potentially traumatic event screening measure: Practical and psychometric considerations. Journal of Trauma Practice, 5, 1-19. Kessler, R., Sonnega, A., Bromet, E., Hughes, M., & Nelson,
Little Giant Encyclopedia: Baseball Quizzes (2009)
by Mike Shatzkin
Jimmy Slagle 836. Which catcher played the most games in a single season ...
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