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 - Ee- It new bo to JAMESI CULLEN'S 50TH...
Ee- It new bo to JAMESI CULLEN'S 50TH ANNIVERSARY (Continued from Last Page) year ho was foreman of the Nilcs Tool Works, ;:nd subsequently was chosen superintendent of the works. In 1SS6, he was sent to Chicago to manage the western business, and for city. "years made his homo in that On his return'to Hamilton he enough E. became secretary. Later ho became president. On Hie death of Robert C; .McKinney, Mr. Cullen .went to 1 New York City, and was, from 1915 ,o 1925, the president o£ tho Nilcs, Bcmcnt, Pond Co. The dinner at the Rentschlor country homo was in reality a testimonial to Mr. Cullen. The Gibson House company. oE Cincinnati, served the dinner. The tables were most artistic in their spring flowers. On either side of the host sat Col. James K. Cullen and Col. E. A. Deeds. Deeds acted as tho master of eerc- monjes"hT'that happy and graceful lanuor for which ho is noted. After the dinner had been, served, Col. Ilejds, in words that reflected he spirit of the occasion, presented o Mr. Cullen a massive silver bowl, n his choice o£ words, Col. Deeds vas very happy, and very truthlully ·md appropriately recounted the " J A. E 1 Martin. Stolen 0 s 2 0 0 0--1 0 0 5 X--5 ·mil upjnuimiin,ij *~~«, 'ifty years of honorable service Mr Cullen has given, and is still giving the "rent industrial companies with vhich he is identified as a.director -Mr Cullen responded to the git and tho sentiment expressed as bes his feelings would permit. His ap preciation was most graciously iP Tho"'silver bowl given to Col Cullen is a most beautiful exampl of : the art of the silversmith. _ It °omo 18 inches high, and -24 inche n circumference. *,,./[,, Tho inscription, written by Gordo S.'Rcntschler,' reads as lollows: 1 to director loncsr Presented to .James Kenmore Oullen in -affectionate remembrance of 60 years service _mtn the' Niles Tool Works an Element Pond companies. 1 Q9fl' He was a leader when leading was hard. A man who gave all that was in him. Who made a host of friends and keeps the fine 'gold-of friendship forever bright. a refused a of an m- execut- hung in almosl ago one rcquc dismissal of Wilard's u n locomotive. Mr. Cullen "is work was as a locomotive chiuis 5howii the ate 3 also a. monster mogul 'k The fiftieth, aim" K. Culleu's comiiu Hamilton was most happily and all the people ot share in tho sentiment o casion. ore is lathe and s Fy. to imlustim re, c

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  1. Hamilton Evening Journal,
  2. 10 Jun 1929, Mon,
  3. Page 13

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