Jacob Hartman-Hunting Club
South Side Joha J. OmhUl 7M Cedar ave - (MWHini rbMM - ITO. Gun Club Members Planning Dinner Venison to Be Served a . , Annual Affair ?. Members of the Willow Rod and Gun Club are planning for their an nual venison dinner to be held the j early part of next month In their . clubhouse in Goulds boro. Returning home yesterday from one of the moat ; successful hunting trips in the history I of the organization, with four deer i and a fox. the members were ail en " thused about the dinner which they ! annually enjoy following the hunting t season. Jacob Hartman, chairman of the committee in charge of the hunt - 1 lng trip, will likely take charge of the , dinner, arrangements. The dinner will be for members, their wives and in vited guests. The successful hunters this year were: John Myers Jr who had the honor of shooting the first buck on the opening day; Fred Weller came ' next with a fox and finally a duck; : Peter Schols brought down a three - . legged deer, the second in two years, and Jack Myers Sr., president of the club, took the honors with the largest deer in camp. The officers of the camp are: John Myers Sr, president; Philip Hartman, ix vice - president; Jacob Hartman, treas - I urer, and Fred Weller, secretary.