Jacob and Geo Hartman- Social Club
Oil THE SOUTH SIDE An event of rare importance In several several ways, was held at the headquarters headquarters of the Star Social club Jast night when the members met to celebrate their eleventh anniversary, and it was done to perfection. The affair was quietly arranged and every detail was carried outr The hall over - Mlrtz's hotel on Pittston avenue, was beauti fully and artistically decorated, and the tables were laden with a supper which had been especially prepared by Mrs. Mirtz and her daughter, Mrs. Molder. - , t - ' , Every member and several invited guests enjoyed the turkey and trimmings trimmings and the way in which the eatables eatables disappeared was In itself a fitting fitting tribute to the culinary knowledge of the above ladles. The menu provided provided was as follows: Roast turkey, potato salad, mashed potatoes, veal stuffing, cranberry sauce, mince pie, pickles, olives, celery, bananas, oranges, oranges, champagne, coffee, cigars. ': ' 1 After the tables . were cleared a, social social session was held and the merry jester vied with after dinner speaker in making the affair one long to' be - remembered. remembered. remembered. ' - , . - The society, .which has a membership membership limited to twenty, was organized eleven years ago. It Is doiiiposed'of the best known and most prominent young men on, this side and an Invitationto their social affairs is always in der mand. .. Last night's banquet was the first, as the anniversary gatherings are usually held ui the summer time, out of doors, but it is more than probable an annual supper will take place from now on. Those present were President W. J. Rosar, Vice President Chas. J. Roth; Secretary Jacob J. Mirtz, Financial Secretary Matthew Daniel, Treasurer Charles Kellerman, Chas. Cooper, Henry Weber, G. O. Hartman, Jacob Hartman, Matthew Miller, Eugene Claus, David Lewis, John E.' Phillips, William Fritsch, George Mirtz, jr., Charles Nye, George Mirtz, sr.', Chas. Miller, E. R. Conley, J. H.tHfMey."