Clipped From Arizona Republic
Jrmistice Day Chosen j Carl White yesterday was general chairman for the 'hoenix Armistice Day celebration, ,. g luncheon in the Saratoga Cale fended by more than a score of icisons interested in the parade other events which will be jdd November 11. in addition to the parade, it is nianhed to stage an open house, K, luncheon, at the Luke-Green- iiv'American Legion post's home 1364 North Seventh avenue, and jfree dance in the post home that - " Committee Named committee for the celebration Rosenberg, Red Cross; Hor- ,w Moore, superintendent, Arizona Say Patrol; Claude E. Mc- n. president, Arizona depart&, Reserve Officer Association; jr Wharton, city commission- Anthony Silvio, nurses ambu- <e corps; Sarah L. Mowitt, Women's Relief Corps, 'to the Grand Army of the smubTic; Charles L. McClure, sec- of the Luke-Greenway post •uuu. and bugle corps, and James LiHort, American Federation of ttisicians. Virgil King, vice-commander. Veterans of Foreign Wars post; Hike Hurley, editor ot the Luke- Greenway post bulletin; Norma • president of the Glendale i auxiliary unit; E. W. Hun.™ u commander of the Glendale Mion post; W. S. McMannon. commander of Phoenix camp. United Spanish War Veterans; Lilian W. £win, commander of the auxiliary 10 'the Disabled American Veterans t! the World War; Jack Seider, past exalted ruler of the Phoenix Elks lodge, and Flo L. Baswitz, vice-commander of Hazel Morton pott o£ the American Legion. Others to Serve It. R. B. Thieme of Luke Field; Dorothy I. Drummond, department president of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, and Asa G. sawyer, commander. Phoenix chapter, Military Order of the World \Var. Orvflle L. Smith, assistant superintendent of the Arizona Highway Patrol; Mrs. J. Carl White, president *f Luke-Greenway auxiliary unit; William S. Rigg, commander a Luke-Green way post; H. C Humphry, state treasurer of the legion; Mrs. L. T. Ellis, Luke- Greenway auxiliary parade chair- nan; Fred B. Bradshaw, adjutant o] lake-Green way post; Ed Atkinson, tice-president of the American legion Luncheon Club; Capt. R. H. Bridgeman, professor of military icience and tactics at Phoenix Union High Schools; Jack Warner ind Jack Reilly.