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Mansfield News Journal (Newspaper) - January 15, 1947, Mansfield, OhioWalter w1nchell reports on twosome Jose Iturbi and Jill Mere Dith former Copac beaut Are the newest concerto lady Eunice Oakes and daughter. Nancy Demarigny after years of frigid glares have reconciled they Leonora Corbett s new heart thumped is one of the nation s top political figures a fancy Way of saying that he s not yet divorced Waz Izz about Martha o Driscoll and Greg Baut Zer who was in so Many Collums recently with Joan what2-her oame Model Dorian Leigh tells chums Shell become mrs. Buddy Rich. Is he melted yet from Jean Sutherlin vog editor Muriel Maxwell is taking re novocaine v. Sardi jr., and Pat Neal of the hell Man hit Are ahem. His recent sex Frau remarried a week after their Renose dive gazettes Muf fed the hushed up affair of a Broadway Chor Siren who at tempted suicide via sleeping pills because a Muchley front paged jockey allegedly reneged on marriage. The Larry Finley actress Venise Grove were too Busy to take a wedding trip last july. They will go to Florida in March for their Roney Moon. Giant footballer Hapes mixed up in the gaming scandal is from mud Sis Sippi. Despite the slump everywhere gambling houses across the River report a 15 per cent Uptake. Arthur Wirtz s daughter Cynthia pop s Sonja Henie s ice show partner be comes the Bride of a. Mcarthur in the Spring. Bookies Are blowing their tops because too Many Femme Are Horning into their Racket. Since the trib lifted its fee to a Jitney its Cir jumped tremendously they say. People is the craziest Gen. Marshall comes highly recommended. Churchill no like. Jerkins to you secy of Interior Krug is to be fall Guy at the saints sinners shindig on the 28th. Betty Forsling who wishes she had never brought up the subject of Fine such a red face the member of the Toplitzky cast who said the show Steen during a radio inter View. The Coly Mist who item d the novelist Colette is bedridden and receives guests in his Colette is a Wom an. Eddy Duchin and Paul Douglas who Aren t speaking. Eight projected musicals were abandoned last week along Broad Way As costs hit a new Peak. In body soul the Enterprise Flicker John Garfield takes a Wallop at the crooked sports ele ment. Sono Osato and Groom expect their image any moment now. The shortstop Phil Rizzuto expect theirs soon. Mitzi Green and husband will get a new baby in feb. It s a do her for the Colin Millers at Cedars of Lebanon l. A. Timothy is the name of the first Russel Crouse heir at Leroy. The Alfred Drakes Are expecting too. Sherman Fairchild the air plane instrument tycoon is oof by dizzy lately because of Carol Bjorkman who is swede and Lovely. F.d.r., jr., will blow the lid off the housing scandal with names and figures on Jan. 23rd in a new York blast. Ten u. S. Attorneys will be dropped from the n. Y. Dis t payroll on the 15th. A a sunday Nighter will not be renewed say radio rogues. They amaze you by saying that Serge Rubenstein stands a Chance of beating the draft dodger Case due on the 20th. You can expect at least three divorces to follow the football fixing scandal testimony. It could t be published in the How vile it was. Tapped phone conversations Between a doll and Alvin Paris. Candy Jones says the h. Con overs have never been happier you rum Orons. B Klyn stores report a wave of hefted March of dimes boxes. Magin Westbrook Pegler Charlie keeps Stock to show you what can happen to a fellow who gets his Necktie caught m the wringer of this great Bureau Cracy do you happen to remember old Charlie Harwood the one Elliott Roosevelt s Uncle. Hail pointed that time when he was playing Bird dog for chumps to put Money into the radio thing and Jesse Jones later Drew a Bead on and missed clean there was considerable Indig nation against Charlie because he would t drop dead like John Hartford and Dave Baird and that fellow. Max Bielowski or what Ever his name was but flapped away without shedding a Feather when Jesse closed his eyes and went he was out for judge of some Federal court and he sort of figured that Elliott s old Man could do that much for him especially after his Campaign contributions and the that he put up for Elliott. But instead the Boss made him governor of the Virgin islands under Harold Ickes which May have been or. Big s idea of a joke on Charlie. Then when Jesse tried to scare him into giving up his 000 Worth of Stock for saying it was t anyway old Charlie figured that if it was so no dam Good Why was or. Big so anxious to get it Back and. Furthermore governor of the Virgin islands Ain t judge of no Federal court but a dog s life with old Ickes always yapping Why Don t he stay Down there on the Job and How come he is always putting in for travel Money Back to Washington and making him sit out in the Hall waiting like a messenger boy. So Charlie held onto his radio Stock which was Lese Majeste under or. Big and just like taking out of the Mouths of Elliott s children because the old gent wanted this for the Alimony fund and along about this time last year a funny sounding Little piece came out of the White House one Day. It said in this Little piece that judge Bill Hastie a coloured Fel Low who had been doing a Job under Patterson Over at the War department had been appointed governor of the Virgin islands. Then it said somebody asked what about Charlie Harwood what happened to him what about him and then it did t say any More. Just Hastie appointed governor period new Story and for All you know they took Charlie out and gave him the rub and Slang him into a swamp. Maybe Charlie was still govern or of the Virgin islands. Maybe they had two governors. S. Finally it came out. He was t fired and he did t resign. But he never liked the Job or the islands either and he did like to play Bridge and it seemed every Chance he got he would Bob up in Washington or new York. So it did t make much Dif Ference to him whether he was governor or not except the 000 a year and that is just peanuts to Chas. And certainly not any compensation for what he had to take from old Ickes. Now it turns out that if you Are a presidential appointee As Char lie was you serve during the pleasure of the president. And when or. Truman came in he discovered that he was t getting any pleasure out of Charlie and when his pleasure stopped Char lie was out. Governor Harwood just got a z in pleasure and Hastie got the Iob so now he can play Bridge All the time and when he sees Ickes he can Tell him All he was telling the boys 3t the club he was going to Tell him. That is what happened to Char lie. Maybe he was t a very hot governor but i will bet you pres ident t. Has got a sneaking admiration for a fellow who sniffed the trap smelled the hand of humanity s greatest Friend and walked away with his his old lady does have to give him credit for that. Copyright 1947. King features Frederick c. Othman reports on idleness with my own ears i. Heard him. Rep. Ralph e. Church of Illinois stood up in meeting and said flatly that Many Federal employees Are immoral. Here you must imagine a Row of exclamation Points these will resemble the congressional ears that perked up when rep. Church who lives on Church Street in Evanston made his statement. The More a Federal worker sits on his her handkerchief with nothing More to do than manicure said. The reduction will make them More Active and More Valu Able to themselves and to the then it came out. Rep. Church was t charging the Federal work ers with gambling opium smok ing or drinking Champagne from the slippers of nearly naked ladies. He meant that the Busi Ness of collecting a Federal pay Check without doing much to earn it is immoral in itself. I have consulted Webster and Merriam her his fingernails the More i too and i am forced to agree. Immoral he she becomes. I m still quoting rep. Church of Church Street ladies and gents of the government. I m not saying one word myself. Continued rep. Church Many of these become wasting time Day after Day. You can look at pm any place. Take the War assets administration in Chicago. The workers there set no example for the rest of the fire a few Hundred thousand Federal workers he continued and they won t be so immoral. Then he sat Down. The congressional ears ceased looking like exclamation Points. Yes sir. Agreed rep. John w. Taber of new York the chair Man of the appropriations com Mittee when Congress chops Down the size of the Federal Job holding army the workers who Are left will be happier. They won t be sitting there at their desks without enough a that word immoral covers a lot of ground. The Point of All this is that Taber co. Don t seem to be fooling when they say they re go ing to fire a lot of Federal Job holders. Taber. The Gray haired Bull voiced keeper of the Federal purse wears a suit until it s threadbare. When he has to travel he rides the Day coach. The Way the government is spending Money he says is unconscionable and intolerable. Tomorrow he expects to announce where some heavy firings will do the most Good but in the meantime he has no objection to mention As samples a few thou Sand Federal workers he intends to snick off the payroll. There Are too Many Jobholder at the Federal communications commis Sion the interstate Commerce commission the National archives the National labor relations Board and in particular the county studies trailers for vet Homes Mansfield news journal wednesday january 15, 1947 Telephone 4251-6 Page nine Elias chosen to head red Gross in 47 Campbell leaves Post at annual meeting. Frank Elias of the Barnes manufacturing company was elected to succeed Samuel h. Campbell As 1947 chairman of the Richland county chapter american red Cross at the chapter s annual meeting yesterday at the chapter House. Other officers were re reports of the chapter s work during the year showed that was spent in 1946 in Relief work. The red Cross came to the Aid of victims of the Flash hoods in the City last june and Pennsylvania train wreck near Lucas last month As major projects during the year. The chapter began 1946 with a balance of and then the annual fund drive brought in for a total working Capi Tal of sets do Reserve. The year s disbursements of which included a 000 reserved for contingencies left a balance on Jan. 1947, of annual reports were Given by mrs. Bess augsburger. Chapter executive director mrs. William m. Layton l. L. Mishey general area Field representative and mrs. Alexander Lueke chairman of the speakers Bureau of the Cleveland chapter american red Cross. Approval was also obtained at the meeting for the Home nursing service to employ the services of a trained nurse. The nurse will teach Home nursing in the Exten Sive program soon to be launched officers who were reelected yesterday were Robert Black vice chairman f. H. Maxwell Secre tary and Dean a. Eckert treasurer. Board members elected for 1947 under the rotating membership system and their terms Are one h. Campbell Dean a. Eckert Robert Black miss Lena Heim w. F. Mccart Ney mrs. Dewey Reynolds How Ard Fox Sam v. Fox John con Ard t. J. Mcdermott. Two l. Allen mrs. Dick Cook mrs. J. J. Dunn mrs. F. H. Maxwell w. C. Mead mrs. K. M. Willson James l. Zimmer Man John h. Ashbaugh John Finefrock "jr., Dean w. Dickerson. Three Allen Bond Harry Bowman Frank Elias Clarence d. Fike John Routzon mrs. Ephraim h. Brown Tom m. Mowry f. A. Berkey William deeper. Anchors top and men of Mansfield s division 195, organized naval re serve turned out in strength last night for the division s first uniformed Drill held in the memo rial building. When at full strength the division will have a full training period fot1 which pay will be received and. Will include 200 officers and enlisted men. Drills will be held in the memorial building until the Navy s proposed armory on Ashland Road construction on which is to begin in March is completed. Farm exhibit coming to City the Ohio farm and labor show an exhibit sponsored by the Ohio Extension service will come to Mansfield feb. 14, county agent George b. Ganyard said today. Under the supervision of e. A. Silver the elaborate display is devoted to Dairying and other farm departments and to Many Home activities of interest to Rural residents. The exhibit Cov ers Square feet while the display is in the City county area Farmers will be invited to bring in their own labor saving devices for exhibit Gan Yard said. Other counties in this area which will see the exhibit and the dates it will be shown Are Morrow feb. 13 Knox feb. 17 Holmes feb. 18, and Huron March 10. County be unions plan convention final plans were made for the 66th anniversary convention of the Richland county Christian Endeavor unions on feb. 2 at the United Brethren Church in Shelby when the regular january meet ing of the county Board was held tuesday night at the Home of miss Ruth rust Mansfield. Committee in charge of the arrangements is headed by mrs. Charles Mckellogg of Shelby. A birthday party will be held Jan. 25 at Johns Park in mans Field in charge of the county High school Union headed by miss mar tha Jean Shook of Shelby county president. The county officers will meet with Christian Endeavor officials from nearby counties Jan. 24, in Mansfield to map a Campaign to raise s350 in this county for the state organization. Ivity to make them he Commerce department he said. Receives award for hero son the posthumous award of a Victory medal to Ensign James Paul Richardson of Mansfield was received today by his Mother. Mrs. Delia p. Richardson 29 Penn Avenue. Ensign Richardson was killed in a plane crash in world War ii. He was assigned to the Navel re serve. The award was made by the Navy department Bureau of naval personnel. Cubs meet tonight the monthly meeting of Crest line cub pack no. 1, will be held in Central High school today at p. M. Cub master Rev. A Al i Derton announced. Auto hits 2 pedestrians two pedestrians received minor injuries last night when they were struck by an automobile driven by w. B. Jefferson 23, of 219 North Diamond Street at the intersection of East fourth and Diamond streets. Dismissed after treatment at general Hospital were Frank Leake 45, 191 Park Avenue East and Beulah Kalstein 32, of augus Tine Avenue. Bots suffered bruises and lacerations. Police said the two were struck while crossing East fourth with the Light when Jefferson made a turn onto fourth. He was booked on a charge of failing to yield the right of Way and is to appear in court this afternoon. Earlier two Man fielders were arrested by police after the Auto Mobile in which they were Riding crashed into a building on Bow Man Street. Summoned to appear in traffic court were Odessa hoes 222 is North main Street on a charge of operating a vehicle without a permit and Willie m. Williams 316 North main Street a Passen Ger in the car on a charge of per mitting an unlicensed operator to drive. Police said hoes lost control of the rented automobile a which he was driving and ran into a build ing owned by George f. Hall 152 North Bowman Street. Navy enlists five Mansfield men names of the latest Mansfield ers to join the ranks of the regu Lar Navy and the Navy s v-6 in Active Reserve were released today by chief To. Daley chief Recruiter Mansfield naval recruit ing station. Lester Gene West 397 Lincoln Avenue and Eugene Holbrook 395 Spring Mill Street signed up for the regular Navy. Edward g. Knoll 933 country club drive John b. Hawbaker 247 fair Jan Avenue and Wil Liam Mcbride. 160 North Mich Igan Avenue joined the v-6 in Active Reserve. Named to Post announcement was made today of the appointment of Vernon c. Ford 288 Cline Avenue As Branch manager of the storm King corporation factory sales Branch in Mansfield. Announcement was made by m. L. Zisson Dayton general sales manager Ford has been with the storm King corporation for the past two years. 150 attend memorial rites in City for mrs. Bromfield by Nita Branson a beautifully solemn memorial service based on the episcopal order for the burial of the dead Vas held at Grace Epis Copal Church yesterday afternoon for mrs. Annette Coulter brom Field whose death occurred at the Home of her noted son author Farmer Louis Bromfield at Malabar farm Jan. 7. Rev. Samuel u. J. Pe3rd, rec Tor of the Church led the sing ing prayer and worship for the Hoar s service which was attended by about 150 relatives and friends. Opening the service were three Bach chorales used As a prelude by mrs. Dean Eck up and Down the Street 600th another Fox has at noyed Rich land county Farmers and Hunters for the last time. He was the 600th on which the 33 Bounty afforded by the county was claimed yesterday. Howard w. Stone of Bellville turned the four paws in to the sheriff s department and reported he bagged the animal in Jefferson township. Day before yesterday Hoy Shaffer Bellville collected for the feet of 10 foxes he killed. Only one other Hunter Stanley Brackens of near Lucas has turned in More Fox feet in one Day. Back on feb. 19, 1946, he collected the bounties on 11 of the sly animals. V he did t overcrowding paid off last night As far As Harry w. Dailey president of the Mansfield Shelby foremen s club was concerned. The Westinghouse cafeteria had been prepared for 312 dinners. When 316 crowded in four were left to Dine while Dailey was one and he reported that it paid off in that we Fel lows in the Kitchen made out a Little better on the eats than you Fellows in the mrs. Edith Metcalf of the a office calling from Florida where she is vacationing. Chollar Calls for optimism one word theme of last night s meeting of the Mansfield Shelby foremen s club held in the Westinghouse auditorium. From the time the More than 300 guests approached the Plant whose lighted windows gave Evi Dence of 24-hour production until the evening ended the feeling of optimism grew. Robert g. Chollar director of research National Cash Register company Dayton said in address ing the foremen in reply to pessimists i say there Are frontiers of the mind still to be explored and offering Fields of expansion beyond the Ert organist. The full choir of Robed men and boys formed the processional and As they took their places in the Chancel Sang alleluia the strife is Over the Battle the first of three hymns which had been favourites of mrs. Bromfield. Two other hymns brightest and Best of the sons of the morning and abide with me fast Falls the eventide were included in the memorial ritual. Rev. Peard chose texts from the ecclesiasticus and St. John s for the service lessons followed by the Reading of psalms 91 and 23. To said a prayer of personal 1 commitment. I As mrs. Eckert played the Consolation theme from Mendels Sohn s song without words As a postlude the choir left the Chancel in the recessional. I it age Floral pieces banked the front of the Church auditorium. There were vases of White Flowers on the altar and a vase of dozens of Pink roses on the lectern. Floral pieces were sent by sex gov. Frank Lausche who has visited frequently at Malabar farm neighbors of the Bro Fields in the pleasant Valley Community and a number of organizations with which mrs. Bromfield was affiliated. Among the persons attending the services were mrs. Brom Field s son Charles Bromfield and mrs. Bromfield of new York City her grandson John mauler and mrs. Mauger and mrs. Ernest Necker of Chicago. Additional services will be held for mrs. Bromfield at Malabar sometime in the late Spring. Citizens Bank re names Fox Charles w. Fox was re elected president of the citizens National Bank and Trust company along with other officers directors and members of the advisory commit tee at the annual stockholders meeting held yesterday. Others re elected were e. R. Hartman vice president John Charles cashier and Trust offi cer c. W. Marks assistant cashier and c. A. Wolfarth assistant cashier and assistant Trust officer. Directors Robert b. Black Hiram s. Caldwell John w. Cook Charles w. Fox e. R. Hartman m. W. Mantz w. G. Moore t. A. Sicic Thaler. George w Stelts. S1. Glen Vinson John Charles. Advisory committee c. W Chew Willis countryman e. W. Dann George w. Fox Leroy Hamilton Lewis f. Hartman w. T. Houston Charles s. Lake Burton Preston a. C. Rhoads e. A. Smedal Fred l. Tracy Leroy Wittemire or. W. H. Wolford. Metal units get Board s consideration housing program stalled As commissioners wait for Cost figures. With Richland county s vet Erans housing project apparently stalled county commissioners today were studying the possibility of obtaining Metal House trailers As Home units. C. L. Shoup chairman of the Board said he would propose to the other two commissioners John w. Selby and Guy f. Stew Art that an inspection of a Dis play House trailer at it. Vernon be made. Manufactured by the Mccall coach company of Springfield the 27-foot aluminium trailers contain three rooms furnished with studio Couch drop table end table two Magazine Racks sink Cabinet wardrobe electric Cook stove Oil burning Heater ice Box Chest of drawers and a full sized bed. The trailer prices approximate and upward. The company claims it has already filled orders for trailers from Knox and Clark counties. I Don t know if they Are suit Able or not but we ought to look them Shoup said. Four dwelling units allocated to the Village of Shiloh have been erected for some time but Lack of plumbing installations have held up for their comple Tion. Meanwhile plans for an Esti mated 20 other units for mans Field Are hanging fire while commissioners wait to deter mine what final costs on the Shiloh units will be. City resident s Mother buried funeral services for mrs. Anna Mary abbe 82-year-old Marion resident Mother of John s. Abbe 176 vennum Avenue were held monday at St. Mary s Catholic Church in Marion. Burial was in St. Mary s cemetery. Mrs abbe died saturday of a heart attack. Born in lax Renneburg ind., july 24, 1864, mrs. Abbe had re sided in Marion since 1898. Her husband John preceded her in death in 1927. Besides her son in Mansfield she is survived by two daughters miss Ida Mae abbe at Home and mrs. Roy b. Wise of Marion. Laff a Day of copy 1947, King semites Syndicate inc. World rights i Hope you brought your left mine in dad s found dead Simeon e. Crowner 77, was found dead in his apartment 14 -2 South Park Street tuesday after noon by friends who went to Call on him. Acting Coroner Ralph e. Whar ton said that or. Crowner had died about a. M. Tuesday. He had been in poor health for Many months friends said. Born sept. 20, 1869 near Butler or. Crowner had spent the greater part of his life in Mansfield. He was a member of the Mansfield aerie 336, fraternal order of eagles. Surviving Are a sister mrs. Martha Hinds of Akron a Nephew Harry Crowner of Marion and two nieces mrs. Ethel Cole of Perrysville and mrs. Blanch Woods of Akron. Funeral services will be con duped thursday at p. M. At 1 he Wappner funeral Home by Rev. Guy Hartman. Burial will be at Bunker Hill cemetery near Butler. Anna Browneller stricken in Shelby mrs. Anna Cairns Browneller 69, wife of W. Browneller of Franklin township died at 11 a. M. Today at Shelby memorial Hospital after an illness of two weeks. Mrs. Browneller was born in Jackson township nov. 25, 1878. She had lived her entire life in that Vicinity. She was a member of the Clay memorial Church and the missionary society of that Church. Besides her husband she is sur Vived by one daughter mrs. Ken Neth Hess of Franklin township and two grandchildren. The body was taken to the Finefrock funeral Home. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. We be got to see just How much Money we vill have left after the Shiloh units Are com Shoup said. As soon As the plumbing is installed Well know and then we will have some idea of How much Money to allow for Sites types of buildings and other details of the Mansfield court closes Short session what was expected to be a two Day session of the fifth District appeals court in Richland county tested Only a half yesterday with the court hearing four cases in Short order. Decisions in the cases wont be Given until later court attaches said. Members of the District court Are judges Clyde c. Sherrick of Ashland Robert b. Putnam of Millersburg and Charles w. Montgomery of Newark. Cases heard were Maynard l. Granger is. Frank Mashuda do ing business As the Frank Mas Huda company Trent Gregory is. Clarence Connor Harold pre Lipp is. Wanda Fay Prelipp divorce action and an Alimony action involving the state of Ohio is. Grover Cleveland Baldridge. Harry h. Wentz 76, Dies in sanitarium Harry Harmon Wentz Avenue Extension died Early to Day at Mansfield sanitarium hos Pital following an illness of five Days. Wentz was born nov 30, 1870 near where he was living at the time of his death. He was an employee of the Mansfield tire and rubber company. He is survived by one brother Arthur Wentz of Ashland four nephews and one Niece. Services will be held at 2 p. M. Friday at the Jones memorial in charge of Rev. Carveth p. Mitch Ell pastor of the first English lutheran Church. Burial will be in the Olivesburg cemetery. Attends funeral Owen g. Spurgeon 36 Chilton Avenue has been in Auburn w. Va., attending the funeral services of his father Charles Spurgeon who died at his Home there last saturday. F 3 troop ship due by associated Piess the general Muir is scheduled to arrive at new York today with 1.843 service personnel from Bremerhaven. It is the Only troop carrying vessel due to arrive at u. S. Ports. Aaa practices picked for year j., Cense in at in practices for which Fri Filan d county Farmers will be paid during 1947 were selected by the county triple a committee assisted by county agent George b. Ganyard last night and today were sent to the production and marketing administration Headquarters at co Lumbus for approval. The county committee com posed of Guy l. Taylor Warren Eckstein and Raymond Alancis saw Little reason to think that any of the 12 recommend eci practices for Richland county would be Dis approved. Conservation practices recommended As applicable for Richland county were contouring inter tilled crops contour seeding contour strip cropping establishing Sod water ways seeding pastures Green manure crops construction of open farm drainage ditches excavating of ditches for tile Drain tree planting mulching a Liming materials and application of fertilizer on pastures. The county comrett Yemen and miss Martha Wentz chief clerk in. The county triple a office were in Norwalk today attend ing a meeting of District 2 of the pm of Ohio. Death takes mrs. Murphy mrs Mary Sughrue Murphy 88, widow of Henry k. Murphy died unexpectedly late yesterday at the family Home 47 West Arch Street. Born in Ard Cert county Kerry Ireland april 29. 1858, mrs. Mur Phy came to this country As a girl. She had been a resident of mans Field for the past 50 years. Mrs. Murphy was a member of St. Peter s Catholic Church and St. Rita s modality. Survivors include one daughter Mary a. Murphy one grandson William u. Welsch two grand daughters. Patricia Ann Welsch and mrs. William r. Warden and two great grandchildren All of Mansfield. One son and a Daugh Ter preceded her in death. Friends May Call at the Resi Dence after 7 p. M. Today. Funeral arrangements in charge of the Geiger funeral Home Are incomplete. Ackerman returned to Bank presidency for 37th year Charles f. Ackerman. 89-year old president of the Mansfield savings Trust National Bank was returned to office at the annual stockholders meeting yesterday. All other officers of the Bank also were renamed. Ackerman has been associated with the Bank for 73 years and has been president since 1910. He started As a messenger boy when he was 16, and was clerk Teller and cashier before he was elected president 37 years ago. The annual report showed that deposits last year Rose to a record High of an increase of Over last year s. De posits at the end of 1941 were personnel of the Board of directors was unchanged with All members reelected. They Are Ackerman James Bailey Donald s. Black Henry g. Brunner a thur e. Courtney. Robert s. Gib son c. Hand Lewis f. Hartman Cloyd a. Hines Wilfred Spreng. George w. Stephens Rufus a. Tracy Frank a. Voegele and William f. Voegele. Officers of the Bank who were renamed Are Ackerman Brunner executive vice president Avery c. Jr., vice president How Ard g. Miller cashier George b. Garrison assistant cashier Barnes m. Banks assistant Cash Ier. And Peter Mayer assistant cashier new in

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