John C Riehl Open House (A)

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John C Riehl Open House (A) - - in in in a NORTH END. The Dutch market will...
- in in in a NORTH END. The Dutch market will open this evening in the Providence Presbyter - Ian church and the tables will be served by a coterie of women customed customed in Dutch, attire. The suppers will be ready - promptly at 6 o'clock. Each article in the menu has a' fixed price, and you choose what you want and pay for what you get. MENIT. Cold Ham, Potato Salad,' Baked Beans, . Sauer Kraut, Frankfurters, White Bread". Dill Pickles, Pies, Apple, Rye Bread, Pumpkin. Lemon, Doughnuts, Cheese, Ice Cream, Coffee. The Home Missionary society of the Providence Prerbyterian - church will meet this afternoon, with Mrs. Charles Zeigler. North Main avenue. The scr - vJee will begin at. 2:30 o'clock. On Saint Patrick's day Mr. Joan C. Riehl, more familiarly known as "Cooney" Jtlehl. held "open house" to his many friends, and many there were who took advantage of the opportunity of wishing him many happy returns of the day. Mr. Riehl is as , lively and bright intellectually, as he was the day he arrived in Slocum Hollow from Der Faterland, away back in 1S50 and it is a pleasant hour ene ma spend with him listening to a recount of the stirring events connected with the growth 'of our city and the entire valley. Mr. Riehl just deserves the rest and comfort he findsln a pleasant home - on Sterling street with his daughter. Mrs. Nathan Hills. In the evening the following friends and relatives relatives enjoyed a beautiful repast, also some excellent .music by Mr. and Mrs. Hiils and son, George and Mr. Will Watkins: Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt and daughter, Cora, Mrs. Jacob Ferber, Mrs. Fred. Riehl. Mrs. Fraier and daughter. Anna, Mr. Phillips and daughter, Margaret, Mrs. Elmer Thayer, Mr. John Mar - gotta, Mr. George Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hills, Mr. Will Watkins, Mr. John Conrad Riehl. ' D., I.. A W. BOARD. " '

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 20 Mar 1908, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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