John Maren 2/15/1917
ARCHBALD ; ARCHBALD, Feb. 14. Ten members of the Black Diamond Hose company, No. 2, gathered around the festive board in their rooms on Hill street last night and made merry in honor of their anniversary. The Black Diamond Diamond band of twenty pieces furnished the music. Remarks were made by Chief Gerbig, William Maren and Burgess Burgess F. Kearney. Vocal selections were rendered by John Grier, Matthev. Gil - gallon, BMward Battle and George Wiltz. Those present were: Nicholas Giber, John Maren. Sr., William Ambrose, Ambrose, Arthur and Frank Maren, Michael Michael McHale. Edward Simon, Edward Maren, William Smith, Geoi'ge Sche - mel. Jr.. John McHale.' GWrge W letz, George Beck, C. W. Gerbig, John Ford, Henry Lorenz, Frank Barrett, P. Mt Gowan, John S. Kearney, Patrick Lof - tus, J. M. Dougher, Michael Rupp, Thomas Barrett, Frank Healey, Bur gess James P. Kearney, P. r. Urogan, Michael Meehan. Anthony Mulley, Cole Davis a.nd Thomas Rumford.