Mrs. Green Abshier Secretary of Chamber of Commerce

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Mrs. Green Abshier Secretary of Chamber of Commerce - faith of Mrs. Jones.” delivery here as earlv as...
faith of Mrs. Jones.” delivery here as earlv as 1949. Song Les than 48 hours after the current current Liberty Chamber of Commerce Commerce enlargement drive passed its minimum goal of $8100, President President Reuben Allison called a direct- hers, bringing tl or s’ meeting to consider the selec tion of a full time trained man ager. The pledges reached $sl 17 Mon day, with Is- old members and a before October 1 number of prospective new mem- hers not yet contacted. The directors’ directors’ meeting was held Tuesday evening. A five-man screening committee was named to interview and investigate investigate manager prospects. This committee will report to the di rectors, who will choose the man Merle Abshier. secretary, that the drive begun three weeks ago with a kickoff breakfast, has not been completed. Results so far show 57 new mem- total member ship to about 200. Most old mem bers increased their pledges. The old budget was approximately approximately $42oo. Mrs. Abshier forecasts 1951 52 jdedges of more than .¿■ s .' umi Several Applications President Allison, who heads the committee, said several excellent prospects are already being investigated investigated On the committee with him are Vernon F. Poole and .1. Roy Slover, former chamber president. W. E. i Billie) McLendon and Tom Calhoon. Committft members express th** hope that a qualified man will be found within two or three weeks President Allison -aid at the di rectors' meeting that he is elated over Die success of the financial and enlargement campaign, the result result of which made selection of a manager an immediate goal of the organization - governing body. More Members Seen It was nointed out by Mrs. Scramble Committee Starts Sponsor Drive The calf scramble committee for the 1951 Trinity Valley Exposition started its drive this week to secure secure f .msors for the 21 calves which will be given away in the scrambles at the annual event. F P. Bohaaan and Buck Eckols, co-chairmen of tlu* committee, explained explained that the calves cost $150 each. The Exposition will be held October 17-2H this year. Hart to -its in the United > presented to Li Gordan L. Hart whe Association of C< i the untv county a will bfi (■ounty'y National

Clipped from The Liberty Vindicator13 Sep 1951, ThuPage 1

The Liberty Vindicator (Liberty, Texas)13 Sep 1951, ThuPage 1
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