Peter Casper joining Knights of Columbus 10 June 1907. Chronicle Telegram
as because our KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS WELCOME A LARGE Initiated Members to the Number of Forty One Tak^n Into First Decree Mysteries on Sunday. The Knights of Coltimb'us initiated forty one candidates in the lodse on Sunday afternoon. The first degree work is participated in by all the members of the lodge and is more of a religious ceremony connected with the lodge than are the second and third degrees. With a few exceptions the new members are residents of this city, tbe surrounding towns beins represented represented by the balance of the candi-^ dates. Those who received obliga-j Albert H. Reitzens, Chas. S Kiser, Frank W. Sullivan. James Roegan, Geo. E. Abbott A. M Thame, M. Rourke. Peter Casper. Frank S. ler, Thos Bennett. David F. Lansing, Francis E. Moran .Frank M. McCar- thy. Fred M McCarthy. Daniel H. Sheedy, John O'Connell. J J. Weiler. Henrj Esch. Jr.. J. J. Duffy, John E. Feron. W. J Brennan. Cornelius C. Snyder. George Kelling. Peter tions "to become members of the body j Carl X.^ Wanner. Frank ^J. were as follows: T. W. Dempsey. John Conrad, C P Baker. Chas. Krutzen, Edw. J Stankard. Chas. E. Guen John A. Baker. Herbert C. Esker. i James R. Keane. Thos L. Gamble. Foreman, I Wm C. Strong, Clarence W. John S. Noveski, Theodore Webber.' John E. Wagner.