Mugivan World's Fair 1-2-1930
to Governor Names Fair Commission INDIANAPOLIS, Ind./ Jan. 2. —George Ade, of Brook, d\s- tinguished '.Indiana humorist, was the first appointment of Governor! Harry G.. Leslie for the Chicago I World's Fair Commission. The commission will co-ordinate Indiana's exhibit at the big-exhibition which will be held in 1933: ' Others appointed were: Frank: C. Ball, Muncie manufacturer. A. Murray Turner, Hammond | philanthropist. ' j ' : I William Alpen, Valparaiso bank-j r - . ' • ! Jerry Mugivan, of Peru, presi-i dent of the American Circus Cor- j poration. •• . I tician. William H. O'Brein, of Law- reneeburg, former state auditor and prominent Democratic poli- j • Charles 0. Grafton, of Muncie, I president of -the Indiana Manufacturers Association. Mrs. Mary Q. Burnet, of Indianapolis, ''president of the Indiana Federation of Art. ;-E. J. Barker, of Thorntown, sec- ictary of the state board of agriculture.