Moose Lodge Gets Formal Chartering El Dorado Moose Lodge No. 893 was formally chartered Sunday afternoon with 165 local members set for induction into the fraternity. Officers elected for the local lodge are as follows. Charles Oertel, governor; Hoyt Haynie, junior past governor of lodge; Bill Richards, junior governor; Jim Ellen, prelate; George Manasco, secretary; Max Manasco, assistant secretary; E B Buckley, treasurer; Alfred Yocum three-year trustee; Ron Ousley, two-year trustee; William Walden, one-year trustee; Joseph Richards, sgt. at-arms; inner guard, Jerry Grey; and James W. Taylor, outer guard Porter Williams, secretary of the Mississippi Moose Assn., installed the officers The meeting was under the direction of J. 0 Clem, Mid-South regional director of Moose. Clem presented George Manasco a Moose emblem for ‘‘outstanding service to the fraternity.” Manasco signed 53 members out of the 165 total The El Dorado lodge is a pilot program with other charters being arranged for Camden, Crossett, Magnolia, Hope, Fordyce, Helena and Pine Bluff. The local lodge adopted a resolution leasing the Petroleum Club as a fraternal hall and announced plans of incorporation. Meetings will be held at 8 p. m. on Monday with an enrollment meeting set for Nov. 30. PRESENTS EMBLEM --J .O. Clem, Mid-South regional director of the Moose Lodge, presents George Manasco, chairman of the committee of organization, with a Moose emblem for "outstanding service to the fraternity'' at a chartering service held Sunday.