Biography of Dr. Arthur Miltenberger
Cambria County, PA Biographies

Dr. Arthur Miltenberger is a successful and well known physician and surgeon of Johnstown, and a veteran of the World war. He was born in this city, July 3, 1887, and is the son of Aldus LeRoy and Emma (Wertz) Miltenberger.

Aldus LeRoy Miltenberger was born in Indiana and when a young man settled in Johnstown, where he was identified with the Penn Traffic Company for a number of years. Since 1908 he has been successfully engaged in general farming and stock raising and owns 200 acres of well improved land in Somerset County. He is a Republican, a member of the First Lutheran Church, and Knights of Malta. To Mr. and Mrs. Miltenberger the following children were born: Dr. Arthur, the subject of this sketch; Freida, deceased; Hazel, married Robert Bruce Luther, lives in Pennsylvania; LeRoy, lives near Ideal Park, Somerset County, Pa.; Herbert, served from 1919 until 1920 in the army; Esther, at home; Webster, died in infancy; and Omar, at home on the farm.

Dr. Arthur Miltenberger attended the public and high schools of Johnstown and in 1912 received his degree as Doctor of Medicine from Jefferson Medical College. The following year was spent as an interne in Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh; also spent three years at Pittsburgh Maternity Dispensary. In 1916 he returned to Johnstown, but the following year enlisted in the army as a member of the Medical Corps. He was commissioned a first lieutenant and served overseas with the British army for 19 months. After his return to Johnstown in 1919, Doctor Miltenberger engaged in practice, with offices at 413 Locust Street. He specializes in obstetrics and is known as a thoroughly competent physician and surgeon.

On June 22, 1922, Doctor Miltenberger was united in marriage with Miss Helen Dorothy Smith, of Johnstown, born Aug. 27, 1894. They have a son, Arthur Richard, born Sept. 16, 1923, and a daughter, Joan, born March 19, 1926.

Doctor Miltenberger is identified with the Cambria County, Pennsylvania State and American Medical Associations, and the American Legion, No. 4028. He is a Republican and a member of the First Lutheran Church.

History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania
By: John E. Gable
Historical Publishing Company
Topeka-Indianapolis, 1926

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