Gruver girls competing at steel car's outing

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Steel Car's Annual Outing Is Attended by Upwards of 4,OOO Ideal weather Saturday afternoon afternoon and evening permitted between between 3.500 and 4,000 persons to enjoy the annual basket picnic at Conneaut Lake Park for employes ot the Greenville Steel Car Company Company and'their families. Following a full program of sports, games and contest* for all ages and generous' patronage of the rides and amusements at the park, the big crowd assembled in the enclojjel pavilion at the park at 5 p. m. for the picnic supper at which a number of special awards were presented. The company provided 3,000 books, 33 tickets each for ride* and amusements. During the supper supper hour the committee headed by David E. Baughman dispensed 3,200 3,200 individual containers of ice cream, 2,400 bottle* ot pop and 60 gallons of coffee. Brief remarks were offered at the pavilion by Vice President Ralph Zimmerman and William P. Hawkes, industrial relations director. director. Among those attending were Edward Keeley. president of the Greenvxille Car Builders Association, Association, and other union officials, officials, including Dono van H. Henry, attorney. The following received special awards at the pavilion: Most recent newlyweda, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beatty, married July 15, 1952. Longest married, Mr .and Mrs. Jacob Reimold, Shenango, mar- vied in 1901. Employe with baldest head. S. G. Meyer, retired. Largest family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Brenizer and nin%. children children present. Youngest baby, Joan Greco, 1 four-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Greco, Hartstown R. D. Youngest set of twins, seven* months-old John and Joseph, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Perseo South Race Street. Attendance prize winner. Mrs. Perry M. Bell. Rain Hampers Golf Rain during a portion of the morning somewhat curtailed the golf match scheduled to start at 9 a. m., but a number of employes competed. L. E. Shaffer and ; George BUlig were winners. In the annual inter-plant soft* ball game, the Comical Comets, erection track team with Bud Ca/> talano as captain, defeated the Wierd Wonders, punch room team captained by Gerald Baker, 1 to 3. ; Clifford Weikal, Edward Stockner I and Marvin Mitchell were officials. The afternoon's bowling matches (See Annual Outing, Page 2) | i j I

Clipped from The Record-Argus21 Jul 1952, MonPage 1

The Record-Argus (Greenville, Pennsylvania)21 Jul 1952, MonPage 1
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