Clipped From The Scranton Republican
were Lamb Is Honored At Testimonial Former Scranton Coal Official Is Guest of Nearly 300 ...Former Co - Workers , , Close to 300 officials and employes of the Scranton Coal company were the hosts at a testimonial dinner Sat urday night at the Klks club to Earl W. Lamb, former assistant general su - nsrintendent of the Scranton company who recently transferred to the newlv organized Penn - Anthraclte Coal company. , Mr. Lamb, one of the best informed And most widely known of local min ing men, had been an official of the Scranton Coal company for the past eight years. His new duties bring him to a broader field with the prepara - . ! Ha mall Vin vm 1 T, i n fT jtf frtO 1 with his jurisdiction. . Mr.. Lamb was presented with a purse as a token of appreciation of hia former coworkers. John T. Demp - '. ser made the presentation address. Honored guests at the sneakers'1 table In addition to Mr. Lamb were: F.rl T.amh father nf Mr. Lamb: James L. Cooney, president of the Scranton Coal company; W. A. McNulty, E. G. as ,,, . . . If 11,1 JJU. VVOll, VV1111M1U l ift, TT u. TTlWUWVf - fleW. Prank Parry, Arthur Williams. James Nealon. Anthony O'Hora. Bert Blewitt, and William Myers. - William Hoskin. an official at the' Pine Brook colliery, was the toast - master. Messrs. Cooney, Williams and Dempsey were the speakers. The Al Williams quartet, sang several numbers. Joseph Mack pleased with banjo selections and "YonkoV Sholonas en - - tertained with a humorous monologue.