Charles Hartman- Confirmation
SOUTH SIDE Confirmation Services Yesterday The Sewer Question - Death of an Old Resident Funerals Class Debate" and Other Items. A class of 37 children, composed of - i.' boys and 13 girls, were received into the Hickory street German Presbyterian church yesterday. The girls, who ranged from 0 to 14 years of age, were becomingly attired in white, and the boys were neatly clothed in dark suits. They assembled at the parsonage before before the morning services, from where they marched into the sacred edifice. They presented a happy group of healthy girlhood and boyhood. The pastor. pastor. Rev. W. A. Nordt, took his text from the Hook of Moses, chapter :M, verse 111, "Ye stand this day, all of you, before the Lord your God," his theme being "Moses' words to the children of Israel." His sermon in brief was that tne class just being received should remember the words of Moses when he counciled his people to obey the law and the commandments, to live Godly and righteous so that when the end came they could look forward to a bright and glorious hereafter. Florist MeClintock donated the plants and flowers with which the church was profusely decorated, and special music for the occasion was furnished by Prof. Schmitt. The class was composed as follows: Masters Charles Hartmann, George V. Huber. Charles F. XV. Lentes, William Weineg, William F. Zang, Herman F. Sehwenker, George C. Chase, Walter J. Kummer, Adolph Hofmeister, Christian S. Scheuer, Peter Huester, Charles Benitz, Jacob Weissman, Charles Schank. William Brandt, William C. Miller, John A. Freuchtel, Adolph Saar, Charles Puhl. John F. Lewert, George Wirth, Jacob Casper. The girls are: Bertha C. Nordt, Anna XI. Lewert, Amelia Scull, Caroline H. Miller, Emma Wirth, Louise Boettger, Rosina C. Schmidt, Mary E. Kapmeyer, Emma S. Mais, Mina Hartmann, Mina B. Weis - ser, Augusta Schaedel, Pauline Schraeder. Freda A. C. Kornacher, Mary Lidle.