Rodolph Hatfield in Hutchinson Fraternal Citizens 10 Oct 1912
ENTERTAIN OFFICIALS Commercial Club Will Hold a Smoker Tuesday Nigh I Which Officers of Kansas Fraternal Citizens Will lie Quests. OPEN HEADQUARTERS THEN Stale Offices of New Order ta Be Opened Here October 15. And Hutchinstn Business Mtn Will Kxlend a Hearty Gretl- ing to Them, The state headquarters of the Kansas Kansas Frntcrnal Citizens will bo opened In Hutchinson, October 16, Official notice to this offoct Is now being sent out to the local assem biles of the order over Kansas. Secretary Secretary J. T. Gray will move his fam lly horo at onco from Wlnfleld. On next Tuesday evening, the day the headquarters are formally opened, the officials of the new order will bo entertained by the Hutchinson Commercial club with a luncheon and smoker, to glvo Uiem a welcome to Hutchinson. Tlie officers of the organization, who will bo Hutchinson's guests at this time are as follows: State President—Rodolph Hatfield of Wichita. State Vice President—A; W. Tyler, of HutchiiiBon. State Secretary—Jos. T, Gray, of Wlnfleld. ' State State Treasurer—M. A. Waterman, of Kansas City. General Attorney—Judge Jos. G. Johnson, of Peabody. Stato Physician—Dr. G. W. Alia- man, of Atchison. State Conductor—W. G. Bird, of Kansas City. State Guard—John W, Knlser, of Fort Scott. State Sentinel—L. C. Crlner, of Mcpherson. Mcpherson. Executive council—R. W. Hemphill, of Norton, W. S. Eastman, of Topeka and John Winn, of Fort Scott. Board of Auditors—W. H. Kutz, of ParBons,. J. B. Adams, of Eldorado, J. C. 6. Morse, of riutchlnsoh. Stato Deputy—J: B. Blazor, of Wichita.