The Scranton Truth 17 August 1909 p 8

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The Scranton Truth
17 August 1909
p 8 - SCRANTON. BUILDING, OLD 'PHONE, 1940 - R....
SCRANTON. BUILDING, OLD 'PHONE, 1940 - R. STREET, OLD 'PHOXE 2786 - R, a - - on that date, and a prize for the largest largest family on the grounds. In addition there will be special prizfs for jig and reel dancing, to music furnished by Irish ipipers, and a waltz content in the evening for prizes for both lady and gentleman. The St. Paul's Drill Corps will give a special drill exhlif tion in the afternoon, afternoon, following the free show on the grounds. man Presbyterian Church, and was also a tmember of Hari Gari Lodge, the German Odd Fellows and the Lackawanna German Aid Society. The funeral service will be held Thursday afternoon, with a short 'service at the house 'by Rev. Jacob Schoettle, after which another service will be held at the church. Burial will be 'made in the Pittston avenue cemetery. Death of An Old Resident. Christian Naumann, aged 74 years, died yesterday at his home, corner of Hampton street and Styth Ninth avenue, avenue, after a lingering illness, due to a sun stroke five years ago. Two days ago ipneumonia developed, which resulted resulted in his death. Deceased was born May L 1836, in Roeddenau, Hessia, and in 1862 came to this country. On May 6. 1860, he and Miss Henrietta Emig were married married in the city of New York. They came to Scranton 'to live after the wedding, and of this union nine children children were born, three of whom survive survive Mrs. Elizabeth Rudler, Mrs. Sophia Naumann and Mrs. Barbara Sehaffer. His wife died in 1882, and in 1885 he was married to Elizabeth Schroeder, and one. daughter was born to them, Mrs. Henrietta Schoen, who also survives him. He was a prominent member and trustee of the Chestnut Avenue Ger - Back From the West. Police Lieutenant and Mrs. John Davis Davis and daughter, Jeannette, and eon, Howard, of North Sumner avenue, arrived arrived home early yesterday morning from their six weeks' .trip to California, where they met their sons, Arthur, of Spokane, and Clarence, of Oakland, and spent considerable time with them. They visited the Seattle exposition, Pike's Peak, is'alt Lake City, San Francisco, Francisco, Oakland, and a number of other .points of interest, and Sunday, on their wav home, they spent a day at Niagara Falls. They also met a number of former Scranton people, including Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Evans, relatives of D. D., Elias and Roger Evans; Reese Lloyd, brother - in - law of John T. Watkins; Thomas Marsh, a brother of Clem Marsh, and a number of others. Mr. Davis speaks in glowing terms of the West, and says things are booming in every direction. He will resume his police duties this evening. Paving Ordinance. .Vnr thtt tpnoral information of the nrnnertv owners on Lafavette street, ! Councilman Thomas Thomas, of the' 'Fourth ward, desires It stated that he introduced an ordinance in council last ThnMrfao eunnlnr nmvirlinfF fnr the paving of Lafayette street, from Main

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The Scranton Truth (Scranton, Pennsylvania)17 Aug 1909, TuePage 8
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