The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 28, 1952 · Page 12
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PAGE 12-w THE BAYTOWN SUN, WEDNESDAY, WAY 28, 1952 '.? "^ i~ -~ * 'i --*- *«? rt^K:^ *€Vt:-3?< CONGRATULATIONS ON THE FINE NEW HOME... AND EVERYTHING THAT THE BPOE STANDS FOR Committees which will have charge of all phases of the three day formal opening celebration of the new Baytown Elks' Lodge building, slated for Thursday, Friday and Saturday were announced by Clifford >L Bond, general chairman of the event, at a special meeting held in the new building at 2525 Market. Other members of the general arrangements' coijimitttce are Ben D. Jones, Cal Hartrick, and Nelson D. Loiigneckcr. A. V, Crmthirds is chairman of he invitations committee and will )e assisted in this work by Jerry X Robertson and Harvey McKay. This group will also have charge of printing of official badges. The men's reception committee THE STORE OF PERSONALIZED SERVICE will be headed by W. H. Fortney. Other members of this group are R. C. Wishart, Thomas J.; Pruett, Rev. :iPl Walter Henckell, O. E. Bauer Jr., Charles R. Porch, W. R. Sloan, Fred C. Dittman, John Railton, and Jack Saunders. . Carl R. Mann, lodge secretary, heads the committee in charge of dedication services for the new building and extension of invitations to other Elks Lodges in the Southeast Texas area. He will be assisted by Emory G. Born Jr., and all past exalted rulers of the lodge. .:•..'•: , y ,-• .;/ '.:'•• '. ... .' Victor Northcutt is chairman of the dance committee which will make all arrangements for the dance Saturday night which will close but the three day fete. Other members of his committee are L. D. Sprayberry, Alfred Shirley, J. R. Xrenick Jr., J. D. Saunders, Donald Allen, Carl O. Trenckmann* and Ray Robertson. 'Heading the women's reception committee is Mrs. O. E. Bauer Jr., and serving with her will be Mrs. Ben D. Jones, Mrs. Clifford M. Bond, Mrs. J. R. Krenick, Mrs. Darwin middleton, Mrs. Jerry D. Robertson, Mrs. Emory G. Born, Mrs. C. 'W. Shanahan, Mrs. Carl R. Mann, and Mrs. Cat Hartrick. In charge of the supper which will be served at 6 p.m. Saturday, will be C. W. Shanahan, as chairman of the food committee. Serving with him will be Harry T. D Cuthbertson, Lee , Francis N, Weaver A/ D- Waldrip, W. H. Bayne, and R. L. Morgan. . Mrs. Victor Northcutt will head the decorations committee, which will arrange for suitable decorations for the new lodge rooms. She will be assisted by Mrs. JacK Saunders, Mrs. W. W. Gann, and Mrs. M. D. Cuthbertson. C Darwin Middleton is in charge of the parking committee which will have the duty of. handling the heavy auto traffic which is anticipated. His assistants will be H. k. McKee and M. M. Brown. _ Publicity for the occasions will be in charge of a committee composed of Clifford M. Bond, Emory G. Born Jr., and Donald Allen. Here Are Past E xaifed &u/ers Of Bayfowns EI ks Lodge * BAYTOWIS C. Q. ALEXANDER (1845-46) FRED DITTMAX (19i4-4o) J. E. RUTTER (1941-43) Dr. H. B. NASLOR (1947-48) . H. FORTNEY (1946-47) PLUMBING BY 117 E. STERLING CONGRATULATfO^ E PAINTING BY 118 E. Gulf Dial 3-1525 BOBN Jr. (1348-49) K"6t pictured— Henry Sadlk Sr. (1942-43) THE NEW fc' fci ^\\&*, } <'i 1 $.*•-•?- • j *f\,. S A SWELL ADDITION WE ARE GLAD TO PAY TRIBUTE TO THE PROUD ELKS WHOSE WORK MADE THEIR NEW HOME A REALITY GENE. BAUER . (1949-50) Banker Meets Boss After 21 Long Years FORT ^VORTH r Tex. — ((J.PJ— It took a trip to Fort Worth to do it but a New' York banker finally got to meet formally the boss for whom he'd worked 21 years. Richard Yerg, assistant cashier of Chase National Bank, went to work at the institution m 1929, just one day after Winthrop W. Aidrich, now board chairman, joined the bank. They exchanged nods for 21 years at the bank but were never formally introduced. The introduction came when Ycrg: was attending a banker's convention here and Aidrich happened to be visiting in Fort Worth. WE'RE VERY PROUD YOUR NEW HOME WHICH IS INDEED A CREDIT TO BAYTOW! MATERIALS PROUDLY FURNISHED BY R. C. WISHAUT (1950-51) Rev. F. WALTER HENCKELL (1951-52) Sequoia seedlings, germinated at the University of California, are growing again in Alaska for the first time in about 35,000.000 years. 3114 MARKET DIAL 4035 THE BIG DRUG STORES iff X Main:—126 W. Texas—S« 9 Market Street. 2800 MARKET ST. Extends Its Heartiest Congratulations to BPOE Lodge 1649 Upon The Opening Of its New Home. F. M. SLOAN THE TILER, or outer guard, of Baytown Elks lodge is Francis Marion Sloan, above, who has lived in Baytown since 1919, when he went to work for Humble when the refinery was first first opened. Sloan was born April 16, 1881, at, McLeansboro, JJL, and was retired by Humble at the age of 65 on April 16, 1946. He makes his home at 3106 Illinois. China has a circumference equal to that of the earth. ' Sincere Congratulations And Best Wishes For Continued Success Sally's and Baytown Hardware Co. Dial 6141 and 4978 3425-27 ; Marlcet St. We're happy to have such a fine organization for a neighbor. CAMPUS CLEANERS —Raymond U Barcley— 2509 Market St. Dial 73?$. TO THE MEMBERS OF BPOE LODGE 1649: WE KNOW YOUR EFFORTS BE REWARDED WITH A MOST SUCCESSFUL FUTURE IN YOUR NEW HOME. GOOD LUCK FROM ALU OF US AT: 2912 MARKET ST.

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