1940 Dale Johnston Bingham City over Streets & Sewers
after this will be made, as far as I am concerned, only because of the man's ability for the office involved." involved." R ingham Officials Take Oath Today BINGHAM—Bingham's first installation installation ceremonies since it became became a city of the third class will take place Tuesday at 1 p. m., when Alfred Henkel, justice of the peace, swears in a mayor, five city councilmen, a treasurer and a city recorder. All officials are members of the nonpartisan party and were elected without opposition last November. They are Ed Johnson, mayor, who will have charge of public safety; Art J. Sorenson, four-year councilman councilman in charge of health and buildings; Dale Johnston, streets and sewers; A. J. Ablett, fire department; department; C. A. Morley, water and cemetery, and Francis J. Quinn, finance. The last four councilmen will serve for two years each. Alvin Hall will take over duties as city treasurer and Eugene Morris Morris as city recorder.