Assistant Chief, Savannah, has Anniversary

Assistant Chief, Savannah, has Anniversary

Thomas J. Fogarty, second assistant chief of the Savannah, Ga., fire department, celebrated the 35th anniversary of his connection with that organization, on Tuesday, February 2. Chief Fogarty entered the paid department as a private, driving the horse-drawn steamer of Engine Co. No. 1, on February 2, 1891. Several years later he was promoted to Captain of that company, and three years later transferred to Engine Co. No. 2, as captain. In 1913 he was made second assistant chief. Chief Fogarty was formerly a member of the old volunteer fire department.

Nebraska Volunteer Firemen’s Association—At the recent annual meeting of the Nebraska State Firemen’s Association A1 W. Frischolz, of Columbus, was elected President. The convention, which was held at Alliance, selected Columbus as the next meeting place.

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