14 FEB 1963
Rev. returned' week confined and e r r i, illness. and Patton, her at 12 study members to the Howard, 3-10 will to OAK HILL -- John B. Long of Oak Hill, president of its Long- AJrdox Co., Division, has been elected president of Marmon-Herrington Marmon-Herrington Company, Inc. Long was elevated to the president president of the firm at a board meeting meeting last week in Indianapolis, Ind., to succeed David M. Klausmeyer. Klausmeyer was elected chairman of the board to replace Arthur W. Httrington, founder of the company, who resigned that position position but remains a director of the company. Marmon-Herrington, with headquarters headquarters in Indianapolis, Ind., is a well known manufacturer of trucks, buses, tanks, and military vehicles, whose entry in the automotive automotive field dates back to the old Harmon automobile. The company, company, whose existence antedates the automobile itself, has worked constantly with'the United States Government on production of military military vehicles for specialized uses including such achievements as: the first half-truck with front driving driving axle and cable-rdnforced rubber rubber tracks; the first light tank for fee Marines; development of the first amphibious jeep l a t e r mass produced by Ford Motor Company; and the T-9 airborne tank, first combat vehicle transported transported by air. With this impressive impressive background of achievement in automotive technology, Marmon-Herrington Marmon-Herrington is now producing producing heavy-duty highway tractors for the transportation industry. Long continues as president of the Long-Airdox Co. Division of Marrnon-Herrington, a prominent mining machinery manufacturer which includes activities of the former Cardox Corp. and the former former Long Company of which Long was a founder. Members of me board of directors directors are: Jay A. Pritzker, partner partner in the Pritzker Pritzker legal legal firm, Chicago. HI; Vincent T. Gorguze, executive vice president, president, White Rogers Company. St. Louis: Mo 1 .; W. V. Carroll, "Rodman "Rodman Renshaw, Chicago, HI.; C. J. Younger, formerly vice president. president. The Chase Manhattan 'Bank- New York City; W i l l i a m P. Flynn, chairman of the board, Indiana Indiana National Bank of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Ind.: Henry Pascale, captain, captain, U. S. Air Force, retired Rumson, N. J. and F r e d M. Young, president. Young Radiator Radiator Co., Ratine, WIs.; and Herrington. Herrington. Paul C. Rice was elected vice president of the Indianapolis plant. There are known to be about 40.000 kinds of fish. JOHN B. LONG Mrs. McAvoy Gives Group Bible Study Mrs. L. E. McAvoy \yas a' guest at the Â·Tuesday afternoon meeting meeting of Circle No. 1 of the Women of the Fayetteville Presbyterian Church and presented the Bible Study on "The King Delegates Authority." ' Â· ' Â· . " ^-., The hostess, Mrs. J v: H.. of Maple Avenue, was,! in serving refreshments' . to members before the business3es- sion by her houseguest, MrsHSre- da Lohmyer of Lewisburgr*T wÂ£t "" The chairman, Mrs. Victor A. Calvert opened the meeting with prayer. Another guest, the pastor of the church, the Rev. J. Edwin Stanfield. Stanfield. showed a film entitled "The Covenant Life Curriculum" and he a!so reported on a meeting of the Christian education committee committee of the church and asked for volunteer workers for the daily vacation Bible school to be "held in the church during the first' two weeks in June. A total of $13 was collected, on pledges. The members signed sympathy cards to be sent to Mrs.- C. W. Warner and Mrs. Ben Keller, and signed get-well cards for Kenneth Kenneth Wood and' R R. Beckelheimer. Beckelheimer. Those present were Mrs. J. H. Lucado, Mrs. Paul Morton Mrs W. T. Wilson, Mrs. V. A. Calvert Mrs. White, and the guests, Mrs. McAvoy, Mrs. Lohmyer and Stanfield. Stanfield.