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A SILVER BOWL EMBLEMATIC OF HIS LIFE JVas Given Him At A Testi, Testi, monial Dinner At The Home i Of G. A. Rentschler, Jr., i Saturday, Night Following i A Day Of Business By The '. Directors Of Three Corporations Corporations JAMES K. CULLEN · One of the happiest events of the industrial-, and civic lifo of Hamilton Hamilton occurred Saturday, Juno 8, when the fiftieth anniversary of James K. Oullen in the business life of our city was observed in connection with meetings of tho directors ot three important industrial corporations oi which, he 'is a. member. This very happy and appropriati e v e n t -was arranged by G. Behtschlor, Jr., and was complete its every detail Tha-culmination wa » dinner Saturday night at Mr Kontuchlcr's beautiful country horn .when ho and his wife were hosts I Borne 100 industrial leaders, and Mr ': Oullen was presented with a largi , and most beautifully unique silver bowl. Tho occasion of tho fiftieth mini ' .vcrsary of James K. Cullen in ilton's industrial life nvas couplet with business meetings o£ tho' diroc tors of three corporations. Tin guests o£ Mr. G. A. Rentschler, Jr. It .ny is and by were corif incd to tho three allied ganizalions. Saturday morning at tho office of tlio General Machinery Corpora tion.was held throe meetings of di rectors as follows:"' - · ' ] General Machinery Corporatioi 0. A. Rentschler, Jr., president; B. Mayo, vice president; A. A. By crlcin, vico president, and in charg of 'engineering; C. T. Zicglcr, vie president nnd in charge of sales Walter A. Rcnlsohlcr, secretary nn treasurer; Gordon S. Rcntschlci Fred B. Rontschler,' Georgo It: He' vey, C. H. Hclvey, James K. Cullci S. D. EUicringlon, E. A. Deeds an Leonard S. Horncr. Xilcs, Bcmcnt, Pond Co.--E. A Deeds, Juntos K. Cullen, L. S. Hoi ncr, J. H. Warrington, E. II. Pici'M C. K. Seymour, nnd S. M. Buckley. Niles "Tool Works Co.--E. A Deeds, -James K. Cullcii, E. C Ruder, G. A. Rentschler, Jr., A. 1 Dreimcycr of Cincinnati, nnd 0. A. Acklcy. The nbovo named directors of the three corporations met all ot Sntur- . day morning nt tho office of tho company nnd discussed matters of business. At noon the men nil went to Butler County Country club wlicvc they were the guests of G. A. Rentschler, Jr., for lunch and for golf in the afternoon, The climax to tho business meetings meetings came Saturday night when nil the men wcro guests ' of U. A Rentschler, Jr., at his country home and it was'then mado manifest -why o£ the gathering of the directors directors o£ tho three companies. Fifty years ago, on'June 9, 1S79 James K. Cullen came to Hamilton Ho hns scon a. half century of useful and honorable citizenship service to the companies with whicl he hns been actively connected, it was to fittingly honor this fi£ tieth anniversary period in Mr Cullen's life that G. A. lUnUchlei Jr., arranged the meeting ot th boards of directors of the thrc companies and also tho dinner a six o'clock Saturday evening. James 1C. Cullen was born in cinnati, February 38, 1852, whore was reared and educated. In 1871 ho be/ran learning the machinist trade with tho C. II. and D. company, where, ho remained for four years. Afterward he was the Big Four road for nearly venrs, first as foremau nnd later draughtsman. On June !», 1879, he came to Hamilton, where for one (Continued on Pn'ge 13) o£ he an

Clipped from Hamilton Evening Journal10 Jun 1929, MonPage 14

Hamilton Evening Journal (Hamilton, Ohio)10 Jun 1929, MonPage 14
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