The Scranton Truth 21 October 1904 p. 9

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The Scranton Truth
21 October 1904
p. 9 - SOUTH SCRANTON. Junger Maennerchor Will...
SOUTH SCRANTON. Junger Maennerchor Will Entertain Tonight Tonight at Its HallOther Social v Events. ' The Junger Maennerchor has. issued invitations, Germania Hall has been decorated by Fuhrman, Lawrence's orchestra has been engaged, and tonight tonight is the time. The occasion is a vote of thanks to the young women who aided in making the recent minstrel minstrel performance a success. These have been invited and have been informed informed that they may bring their beaux. Tha Maennerchor members will oring tneir wives, sisters and sweethearts, sweethearts, as the case may be. And the other invited guests will do likewise. The Maennerchor will assume the task of affording physical and mental enjoyment, and this means much. No need, to go into details. Director John T. "VVatkins will be there. Mr. Watkins will sing. He will also see that the society sings. The Guggenheimer sextette and orchestra will make itfe first public appearance. There will be individual singing by Jacob F. Emick and August Geiger, this being the latter's first public appearance appearance in this part of the world, being being a recent acquisition to the society. A quartette, Alfred Gutheinz and William William Heinz, tenors, and William Zeis - mer and Jacob F. Emick, bassos, will also figure in the menu. The event will be in charge of the committee who arranged arranged the minstrel performance, Gus Reppert. Paul Clemens, Jacob F. Emick, Emick, Alfred Gutheinz and William Zeis - mer. The invited guests are supposed to leave their pocketbooks at home. The society docs the entertaining, and as there was never a time in its history history when there was not a hundred dollars dollars in the treasury, those availing themselves of the society's hospitality will find no dearth of the good things of life. yesterday. Rev. G. A. Hauser conducted conducted services at the late home of the deceased, at the Prospect Avenue German M. E. Church, and at Forest Hill cemetery, a choir, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. William Naeher, Miss Anna Zwick, Miss Emma Johler, Miss Anna Hauser and Miss Helen Lyh. sang appropriately at the church and cemetery. The pall - bearers were: John Berghauser, John Naeher, Adam Hoffman Hoffman and Michael Irion. Mrs. Fischer, a sister of Mrs. Roehrling, was buried last Saturday. BITTEN BY A DOG. Mrs. William Baker and her daugh - tr, Mrs. Patrick Foley, residing on Stafford avenue, were going corn husking husking to Lightninger's farm yesterday morning. They were cutting the distance distance and were going through the court between Stone and Irving avenues to get to Eim street to go to the West Side direct, when a large dog, owned by William O'Donnell,. attacked them. The animal sank his teeth in Mrs. Baker's ankle twice. The ladies screamed and the dog was frightened away. Mrs. Baker and her daughter went home and applied hot vinegar and carbolic carbolic salve. Mrs. Baker's leg was very much swollen, but she looks for no serious results to follow in hejr case. She does expect that something serious will happen to the dog and insists that the animal must be dispatched. BIRTHDAY - PARTY. Miss Florence Klein and her brother William, daughter and son respectively respectively of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob F. Klein, of Pittston avenue, have the same birthdays, birthdays, and this year's event was celebrated avenue move avenue E. to first The Brown, was arrival follow Mr. lerman visitor hope as Hose looking It the team, week scheduled. of the class, visiting the "Dan" member has where Reason. boys born having Mrs. of the Whelan in the Miss the River ing a Bradford task road

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