The Scranton Republican 12 September 1904 p. 6

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The Scranton Republican
12 September 1904
p. 6 - worshippers. J ' NOMINATED OFFICERS. ' 'A well...
worshippers. J ' NOMINATED OFFICERS. ' 'A well attended and lively session of the Junger Mennerchor was held In Germania hall on Cedar avenue yesterday afternoon, when a new set of officers were placed in nomination as follows: President, Jacob Emick; vice - president. Alfred Gutheinz, and Gustav Reppert,; secretary, Fred Buck and Paul demons; financial secretary, William Zlesmer; treasurer, Alfred Gut - helnx; trustee for three years, Otto Schlltinger. - t Several of the old .officers were tendered a renomination, notably President Otto Robinson, but declined. No changes will be made in treasurer, or financial secretary, however, as all refused a nomination against the present Officials. Messrs. Guthelnz and Ziesmer. Gutheinr. was also proposed for vice - president, but it is likely he will decline. ; A committee was then instructed to arrange an entertainment for the members, their wives or ladies, and those who so ably assisted in making the minstrel show a grand success. The social and reception will take place some time next month after1, the election, the to a are seal

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  1. The Scranton Truth,
  2. 12 Sep 1904, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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