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Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Standard Union - 1 May 1910 - News
Date: Sat, 20 Apr 2002 22:41:33 EDT


Brooklyn Standard Union - 1 May 1910 - News

CART DRIVER HURT BY CRANK HANDLE
Percival SHULTZ, 24 years old, of 115 VanDyke Street, while dumping a
load of dirt yesterday at the Fourth Avenue subway excavation at President
Street, was hit on the head by the crank of the cart. He was removed to the
Seney Hospital by Mr. MCCORD, suffering from concussion of the brain and
possible fracture of the skull.

A scholarship to the New York University has been awarded Jacob J.
BRANDT, of 182 Georgia Avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanwood HIGGINS, of Ashford Street, near Ridgewood Avenue,
will soon go to their summer home at Ramseys, N.J.

Miss Camille BEHAN, daughter of Mrs. John W. BEHAN, of 429 Cleveland Street,
is engaged to marry Joseph P. GOETZ, son of Mr. and Mrs. George GOETZ, of
Central Park.

Some well known residents of the Twenty-sixth Ward have organized the
South Side Kaffe Klatsch Association. The following officers have been
elected: William QUACKER, President; F. SCHMIERSTARK, Vice-President; John
LUMBRATHY, secretary; Abby KUHBART, treasurer; Louis HORSPAHR, Sergeant-at-
arms. The executive committee consists of J. AUSLIN, William GAMBLE, M.
RUSCHFUNZEL and J. KLARGINSKY. The organization will meet twice a month.

Charles BRUNNER, one of the best known residents of the south side,
will retire from the hardware business at the corner of Pitkin Avenue and
Linwood Street.

L.O. JONES, of 2639 Atlantic Avenue, has decorated the exterior of his
house with flags and buntings.

John TRAGASKIS, ex-newspaper man and veteran of the Civil war, now
clerk in the New Jersey Avenue court, is very busy these days.

Mortimer EARL, of the New Jersey Avenue Court, who was recently
stricken with paralysis, is still at home, but rapidly improving.

Frederick L. HEENE entertained the following at his father's home, 105
New Jersey Avenue, last Friday night; Capt. and Mrs. C. REIMELS, Misses
Florence and E.W. REIMELS, Dr. F. NEWMAN, J. WESTMILLER and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles STRATTON.

Mr. STILLMAN has sold his home in Van Wicklen place and is building a
house in Hatch Avenue.

Robert ULRICH, who had been spending several days at the Gary estate,
Lake Delaware in the Catskills, returned home last Tuesday.

John STAGER, of Rockaway Road and Fourth Street is in St. Mary's
Hospital, Jamaica, recovering from an operations.

Transcribed by M.E. Fitzpatrick


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