The Terre Haute Star Terre Haute, IN 30 Sep 1949 Page 27 Marion Cassiday

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The Terre Haute Star
Terre Haute, IN
30 Sep 1949
Page 27
Marion Cassiday - Committees Make Tentative Plans For Craig...
Committees Make Tentative Plans For Craig Homecoming Nov. 3 BRAZIL, Ind., Sept. 29.—<Spe- Charles Damm and Lester Mof- clal.)—Members of the general ford, committee and chairmen of special + + + committees planning arraneements FOOD—Dudley Miller and Wilfor Wilfor the homecoming of National „ Gra co . chajrmen: Roy Lat . Legion Commander George X. ._.... ,,, . ' .... Craig of Brazil on Nov. 3 com- ta ' Ed Holmes. Claude Reese. Wes- pleted tentative arrangements in'ley Todd. Fred Paitson. Ott Bucka Bucka session here Wednesday evening ner and Carl Cutshall. Sr. in the quarters of the' Arkatex Properties and Utilities—David Ceramics Corporation. w - Henry, chairman; Ross Elliott, Reports were heard from all Sr -: Forest Keltner. Harvey Gil- committees and definite assign-i be rt, Marion Cassiday, Archie Hill- ments given for co-operation be- m * n - Granville Clark, Earl Green, tween committees in completion of Rav Spears and Charles Feutters. details ; Transportation—Roy P o 11 o m. Members of the general com-! ^airman: Ross Maurer .William mittee which is working with na-: p hyne, Ralph Phyne, L. W. Van- tional and state headquarters of! E « en - Larrv Hed S e - J - D - Sm ! th the Legion and with Terre Haute ! Jr - William Moore, J. D. Smith, posts of the Legion in carrying i James Stitzle, Curt Sconeld, out the executive details of the! Jam « W. Gray. John Lawson El- homecoming are: John H. Weaver, j™ R- Hedge James Hayes, Da*e chairman: Grant L. Hughes, execu-l Mace . *<>*. DPollom. Charles live secretary; Ted Raper. James R °s s - Melvln Wllson and James j be I i i : i son. ;H. |John jwar, tin, C. Benham of Terre Haute, Dr. John Targett. Palm, Jesse Casassa, Linn Kidd, Traffic-Fred Williams, chair- John A. Stelle. Nick Miller, Stan- man ; J ° e , Har " s - Maui-ice Tilley. lev" Cooper. William Stalnaker, Leo Walter Raleigh Martin Slack Wil- DuBois. Charles Falls, Dudlev Mil-, ^ P 0 "'™*' ^' nCent 'li nT*' lor William Grass, David W. Henry. >Tr<* Neal, Roy Curne and Burton Hov Pollom. Fred Williams. Wil-i McBride. liam Houck of Brazil. Harold + + + Neese George Rumbaugh. Leo DECORATIONS. Arrange m e n t s Murphy Harry Fitch of Terrejand Ushers at High School Gym- Haute" Mayor Archie Hamm, Wil- ! nasium—William Houck and Har- liam Houck of Indianapolis and old Neese, co-chairmen; Ben Koff- \'ora Fisher man, George Kerr, George Pell, ' + 4. 4. JMax Kidd, Harold Wheeler, C. C. SPECIAL COMMITTEES .-8"«« ' S™G,»Su°m - John co-chairmen; William Kohn and .Toe Badger, Brazil Daily Times; Curtis O. Bridwell, Terre Haute Tribune; J. B. Harned, the Terre Haute Saturday Spectator; Leo Baxter, WBOW; Charles Kennedy, WTffl; Harry Diel, Val Penna and Stanley Cooper. Fund Raising—Dr. John Palm, chairman; James Longshore, Leo Murphy, Wayne Pipes, Fred Price, Leo Girton, Robert T. Moore, Harry Mercer, John H. Randolph, John A. Vanes, Sr., and John A. Stelle. Finance—Jesse Casassa, chairman; chairman; Grant L. Hughes and John Weaver. Reception of Distinguished Guests—Linn Kidd and John A. Stelle, co-chairmen; Mayor Archie O. Hamm, Harry Fitch of Terre Haute, Harlan Miller, John Cartright Cartright of Greencastle, Jack Craig of Jasonville, William Sayer of Indianapolis, John Scofield. Harvey Harvey Fisher, John J. Thomas, James Longshore, Ira Englehart, Al Star- shak of Chicago, Dr. John Pell, Dr. William A. Robinson, Dr. Victor P. George, Dr. George Carpenter, Dr. C. C. Sourwine. Dr. O. L. Wood, Ralph Weston, Gene Weaver, Robert Hunter, Dr. John Palm. William Slalnaker, C. R. Males. Dr. H. H. Thacker, Dr. R. L. Phillips, Don P. Carpenter, Judge Robert B. Stewart, Ralph McQueen, Bernard Bernard Craig. Sam McQueen and Oman McQueen. PARADE—Nick Miller and Stanley Stanley Cooper, co-chairmen: Leslie O. Taylor, David W. Henry, Charles Fails. Fay Huff, Howard Rockhill, Fred N. Gregory, George R. Lawson, Lawson, Ira Englehart, Sam W. Moore, Herbert F. Vandevoir, Jess Orman, Claude Hayward, Charles B. Ross, William L. Griffith, Donald E. Brown, James H. Cagle, Wayne L. Wilson, H. E. Stearley, H. V. Neese, Burton McBride and Robert F. Lang and Louis D. Nattkemper, both of Terre Haute. Registration of Guests—William Stalnaker, chairman; Harry R. Payne, Dr. Victor P. George, Lester Lester Wyndham. Ervin Cagle. Paul I>. Turner. William Devlin, Ralph Curri* and James Lawler. Legion Club House Reception— Leo DuBois, chairman: Paul Riley, D. W. Frank, John M. Baumunk, Frank O. Bayer. Herbert Killion, Jasper Leslie. Albert R. Morgan. Gilbert Thomas, Floyd Rockhill, Robert J. Bell. John L. Morgan and David G. Hunter. Street Decorations — C h a r 1 • i Falls, chairman; Walter Evans, dianapolis, Homer Me Daniels, I HRIFTY owner* buy Foy's because it protect* long after ordinary Roof and Barn Paintu have lost their life. Money in- VMf«<J In |ood paint will com* b«el to you miny-fold in rtptln »v*4 Mid in «ddi»ion«l fttn of Mrvie*. Fey'i Roof and fern Flint covwi •••II. »pr»«t)i for. protect* long, «nd noldi iti eelof. For r«l economy «nd protection to rooh, bcrni, lilot, bridgn—in fact, any wood, metal, brick or concrete furfece outdoor*. — buy thit dependable paint. Roof & Barn Paint WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 666 OHIO ST. C-3971. BACK to AND THE Wonderful

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