Joseph A. Ganter Theresa Ganter Steinel's father.
GAHTER FAMILY KE0H10H. Each of the Children Fmwntod with vneci tor aj 1,000. A reunion of the sons and dancrbtAN 01 osepn a. tranter, 213 North Ninth street, was held at his residence y eater - day between 1 and 5 p. m., who were ac companied by their wives and hnsbands and children. These are the children, - no oiuee. oeing years and the youngest youngest 24 years: Benjamin, Francis X.. Mrs. Caroline Gantert, wife of Andrew G an te rt; t ranklin S., Mrs. Rose Lehi wile ol .Lucas Rehr: Josenh B.. Mrs Iherese Stemel, wife John of E. Steinel; J - " ana. unaries. An elegant dinner was served, and in compliance witn tne desire of the parents exnresaed previous to the mother's death, he pre sented each of his children with a check on the First National Bank for 1.000. One of the sons, Joseph B.. and one of the sons - in - law. John E. Steinel. ten dered Mr. O a nter their thanks in behalf ot tnemselves and the others, congratu - iain mm upon nis success in lite and lsbed him years of pleasantness and peace and length of days. This was not the first time be has shown his apprecia - wisu ui uia vuuureu's career, as some years ago he presented them with a $100 Din eacn. Mr. uanter and his wife are from Baden. Germany. and came to this country forty - three years ago. He was first employed in he West Reading rolling mill, and sub - sequenuy at Alclivain's boiler plate works. Owing to impaired health he quit the trade and became proprietor of the Sixth ward hotel, corner of Front aire, ana E$cnuyikiu avenue. About in teen years ago he retired from bnsi - Mr. Ganter is in an enfeebled nhv. ical condition, bnt is surround Ad with the affection of his children and tha sympathy of friends, which makes the "'"(S uuya uiiyuit uuu cneenui.