The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 28, 1952 · Page 9
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 9

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
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N0307 PAGE NINE xers of Baytown Elks Lodge are ready to persent their /home to the people of igc . th a three-day formal "eSbraticwi set for Thurs- idav and Saturday, IVbuildinS located at 2525, e is estimated to be worth Jth its interior furnishings 1, its Place at once as one, finest small Elks' lodge , s j R "the entire Southwest. «°of the largest class of f '' ' f*'* Vr c' !TY1 PTtl VlPF — ndidates for Liks mernner the history of the Bay•£. e when a total of 40 nm n be accepted into the fra- Border either by initiation, Cement or transfer. A num- ,> visiting Elks from .other LS' in Southeast Texas are exp^ »o attend tins initiation '•>> ?eneral public will .be .inter-;" the prograhi set for Fri- \f 30, when all who desire ,«,.itid'to 'visit and be con- Lrf' through ' the new Elks' Lib". Reception committees L^J of both men and women VH on hand to make the visit- pTckome. Free refreshments, ^souvenirs, and f re e bal loons Ife children will be given to ITho attend the open house sche- duled for the hours of 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday. The building will be appropriately decorated for the occasion. Saturday, May 31, will be the "big day" of the three day celebration. Dedication ceremonies are set for 4 p.m. Saturday in the lodge room, and will be"attended by Baytown Elks, their wives and guests, as well as by a large number of visiting dignitaries from other lodges and their wives and guests. Raymond L. Wright, a past exalted ruler of the Houston Elks' lodge, and for many years an outstanding figure i n E 1 k d o m throughout Texas and the nation, will deliver the dedicatory addressi Dedication exercises prior to Wrights' talk will be in charge of the past exalted rulers of Bay town Lodge under the direction of Carl R. Mann. •'. \' •'/; ' ."•• .'^ •' ,', -.., Following the official dedication ceremonies, there will be a free dinner served in the lodge rooms for all Elks; their immediate families and guests. At 9 p.m. there will be a dance for all in. the ; lodge rooms with music heing furnished by Bill Kovar and his Baytonians. : The Maxwell Construction Co. of Baytown had the general contract on the new Elks home. Lowell Lammers was the architect Scouts to Raise Flag At Opening Boy Scouts of Troop 326 will participate in the formal opening of the new Elks lodge hall with flag raising ceremonies at 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The troop is sponsored by the lodge. Members of the Elks Scout committee are Gene Bauer, M. D. Cuthbertson, L. B. Bright and V. H. Hill. Scoutmasters are Charles Zerwich, P. D. Hodge and Leon Legler. Troop members are Gary "Mills, Curtis Newberry^ Jackie Parkinson, Bobbie Schrock, Mbntie Sorrells, Dan Bauer, Clyde Creekmore, Curtis Franz, Michael Hodge, James Kennedy, Marvin Levin, Jerry Marshall, Jack Mills, Reagan" Sirmbns, Gordon. Spencer, Jackie Waldrop, Philip Grayson; James Harmon Leslie Hightowef, Duane Meadows, Jerrj' Hoffman, John Ward, X). A. Wheeler and Glen Grantham. : YOUR YO OR LOVE NEW HdME ^ BEI'-C^^TEft SELECTED is DIAL 5072 . ....... ,: •••. ..:•-•.••. - '•• ' "** '• .' ;•••' ';.:••'•.•'• •" ' •.'••••• .':'•; •;.•.. ..'..•'• : . •' • v ;-~ "•• . v/cry , r^pfesenh f he lofty idea Is of Me Order 6fE Iks /n G/Wis ^// over/ /Je orl. 1952-53 OFFIGERS BEN D. JONES;....... - - - Clifford 5L Bond, Esteemed Leading Knight E. C. Hartrick . L. -Esteemed Loyal Knight J. D. Sanncfers Esteemed Lecturing Knight Kelson D^ Longnecker »."...„'...... .Esquire Rev. P. Walter Henckell ....,,...Chaplain ....... ,., r .. EXALTED RULER |;v,' r ;: Thomas J. Pruett ..lOrganlst \lctor Xorthcutt -_..... ....Inner Gaard Frank >L Sloan ....",...... ....... -Tiler Carl R. Mann :....w.......-,.... L. X. DeMasters .Treasurer Emory G.rn-Jr^ Chairman \V Ra Sloan ;- :; •; ' : : •. ' : >f«rray Rogers -; E. D. Fisher ^.....;;;; v... STEWARD HAROLD BEADLE ....

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