August Vogelsberger Han & Co. Banquet Washington Post

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August Vogelsberger Han & Co. Banquet Washington Post - FIRM HONORS EMPLOYE Hflhn Co Girc a Banquet for...
FIRM HONORS EMPLOYE Hflhn Co Girc a Banquet for John Walter His Service of 35 Years Beginning as Bundle Boy Also fiecognized by Gift of Check Members of the Arm of William Hahn Co shoe merchants gave a banquet last night to John Walter who has completed completed 35 years of continuous service in their stores On behaft of the firm J Fred H - ahn treasurer presented Mr Walter with a check In recognition of his fidelity The heads of the firm and the employes of the three Hahn establishments were present The dinner was followed toy instrumental and vocal music and other entertainment supplied fcy Hahn store talent Morris Hahn vie president of the firm was toastmaster The - principal address was by Robert M Coombs of tbeDixon - Bartlett Company Baltimore He talked on selling efficiency Mr Walter began work In the Hahn stores as a bundle boy - Earned promotions promotions came in due course and for several years he has been - at the head of the womens department Hahn treasurer Harry WlHahn secretary secretary Edward Hahn Gilbert Hahn John Walter Robert M Coombs A Stern Fred Aiie - Gils GreenwellfJ D Arnold Joseph Gier August Vogelsberger Gus Pumer Adolph Kretchel Frank Rubosam M Hv SchofieldA Blondhelm Jack Veax C De - Moreland M H Buckingham Miss Weller Miss Cady Mrs B W Crane Miss Anna Shetd Miss Mitchell Miss Mace Miss Hutchinson Walter Rau Milton Milton Klrlch Charles Lamler Jack Miller A Rappaport F E Deal Guy Cummings S Rubin A DJ - Gibson A Mux John BrandhoffRyland Saasor R Jamison T Heland I - Benson Eugene Plumer A Hardlngvand Nelson Mortelson ACCUSED AS SPY JN EUROPE MrBuckland Relates War Experience to Indiana Society Members - Frank Buckland of South Bend was the principal speaker at - the meeting of the Indiana Society of Washington last evening at the Chamber ot Commerce rooms 1202 F street northwest Mr Buckland who waa connected with the United States consular office at Hamburg Hamburg Germany during the early stages of the - war described bis experience in Europe - after the declaration of war He told of being surrounded by a mob In the streets and accused of being a spy and gaining his release when he presented a letter - from the Secretary Si State to a police officer who urged the cfowdto disband -

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  1. The Washington Post,
  2. 21 Oct 1914, Wed,
  3. Page 9

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