Arr.iriean Stores company, operating throughout ths United States. While J.e price was not wfflclally announced. by the famous Hotel Casey ! Orchestra. Adv. transacted was merely routine and had no bearing whatever on the Question of a dividend. - armory sixty trained Scouts will dem onstrate Scout work and, Scout games I In ths pageant. SOUTH SCRANTON BOYl SCOUT TROOP, 16 I'Doto tiy uornDaKer. In the above photograph are members of Troop 16, which meets at the German Presbyterian church, Hickory street, South Scranton. They are: First row left to right, Herbert Kneller, Paul Bahr, Frederick Renchler, John Staub, Walter H. Mohr, Jr., rookie; Frederick Miesner, Carl Kellerman, Kenneth Fisher, Charles Martin, Willard Ehrhardt, Joseph Grieser, Walter E. Mohr, field executive; Louis Z. Schumacher, scoutmaster; second row, left to right, Ralph Eckel, Martin Hahn, Eugene Singley, William Woelker, Charles Scheuer, William Keller and Robert Scheuer; top row, Gustave Kreimer; troop committee, Charles Bahr, Joseph Grieser, Rev. Theodore Hahn; Frederick Schmidt, William Budenbach, Georpe Maus, Thomas J. Jones, field commissioner; Alfred Gutheinz, troop committeeman. .. ' , J ' ' " . ' '