The Scranton Republican 28 Apr 1908
' received' TTOM - srufmN.::. Following the celebration of mass at St. Mary's church on Sunday, at which Rev. Peter Christ was assisted by Rev. George Forve, a class of 85 children, children, which had been prepared and instructed by the sisters for the oc casion, was given the sacrament of holy communion. The clasa was preceded preceded to the altar rail by the cross - bearer and strains of appropriate and impressive music were rendered by the choir, led by Prof. Ackerman. The following were the children: Wilhelmlnia Albrecht, Helen Alles, Wilhelinina Albrecht, Helen Alles, lingmeier, Paulina Beidlingmeier, Viola Bentele, Mary Blue, Theresia Kast - mann, Katie Gehrens, Sybilla Heider, Mabel Heintz, Sophia Housser, Mary Jager, Mary Jacobs, Frances Graff, Mary Kaufmann, Mary Klinger, Ida Kuehner, Madeline Kuehner, Mary Kohl, Annie Lorenz, Mary Martin, Anna PhiliDD. Florence Polt, Agnes Kehm, Agnes Raminger, Alma Ro,sar, Grace Schieber, Louisa Schraner, Hilda, Scholl, Mary Sohns, Florence Schaefer, Clara Sossong, Catherine Spltzer, Helen Steinbach, Elizabeth Stelnmetz, Mary Weller, Malburga Woelkers, Mary Zeller, Edward Altman, Melchoir Akermann, Fred Andress, Fred Bon - nert. Joseph Bluege. Frank F. Buck, Francis Dehner, Edward Deitzer, Geo. Fisch. John Fischer. Joseph Frlck, William Grambo, Clarence Greenfield, Robert Greenfield, Walter Hamm, John Hirschler, Philip 'Huss, Joseph Klein, Fred Keller, Leo J. Klos, Anton Kraus, Joseph Loasdorf, August Mendick, Edward Meyers, Albert Michaell, Peter Michaell, Joseph Martens, Chas. Mi er. Charles Noll. William Olesno - wldh, Edgar J. Phillipp, Robert Pol - ster. Edmund Reif, Frank A. Korrlck, William Rorrick, Joseph Roedel, Jos. Scheuermann, Fred Schneider, Frank Schrieber, Theodore Straub, William Stlcht, Henry Trapper, Clement Weln - schenk, Leo Walkers and Martin Win - termantel.