The 1928 Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide Page: 241
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THE TEXAS ALMANAC. 241
Clubs, Societies and
Abstracters' Association, Texas-President, John
N. Ellyson, Georgetown; secretary, Henry 0. Guen-
Accountants, Texas Society of Certified Public-
President, B. S. Mothershead, Fort Worth; secre-
tary-treasurer, Henry G. Mayhew. Fort Worth.
Advertising Association. International-Tenth Dis-
trict-President, Otto S. Bruck, Beaumont; secre-
tary-treasurer, A: D. Collins, Houston.
Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas,
Association of Former Students of-President,
Julius Schepps, Dallas; secretary, E. E. MeQuillian.
American Legion, Department of Texas-State
commander, Walton D. Hood. Texas State Bank,
San Antonio; State adjutant, Ross R. Cole, New
Land Office Bldg., Austin.
American Revolution, Sons of (Texas Society)-
President, Sam P. Cochran, P. 0. Box 119, Dallas;
secretary, James C. Jones. P. O. Box 119, Dallas.
Anti-Baloon League of Texas-President, Dr S.
P. Brooks, Waco; superintendent, DZ. Atticus Webb,
Slaughter Bldg., Dallas: secretary. George Ser-
Architects, American Institute of (North Texas
Chapter)-President, Otto H. Lang, American Ex-
change Bank Bldg.. Dallas; secretary, C. H. Gries-
enbeck, Construction Industry Bldg.. Dallas.
Automobile Association, Texas State-President,
E. C. Blesi, 1209 Main street, Dallas; secre-
tary, W H Thomas, Lobby Adolphus Hotel, Dallas.
Automotive Dealers' Association, Texas-Presi-
dent, Tony Chisum, Amarillo; vice president and
manager, W. A. Williamson, P. 0. Box 926, San
Bagmen of Texas-Governor, D. M. Dansbv,
Greenville; secretary, W. P. Gilbert. Drawer 43,
Baking Industry, Texas Association of-President,
Dewey Baird, Fort Worth; secretary, Walter Schnei-
der. San Antonio.
Band Teachers' Association, Inc.. Texas-Presi-
dent, G. C. Collum, Dallas; secretary, E. A. Light-
Bankers' Association, Texas-President. W. M.
Mussie, Fort Worth National Bank. Fort Worth;
secretary, W. A. Philpott Jr., Dallas.
Baptist Student Union of Texas-President, An-
drew Allen, Seminary Hill; executive secretary,
John Caylor, Greenville.
Baptist Women's Missionary Union of Texas-
President, Mrs. F. S. Davis, 1904 Ross Ave.. Dal-
las; secretary, Mrs. J. E. Leigh, 719 Slaughter
Baptist Young People's Union of Texas-Presi-
dent, John L. Boggs, Sherman; secretary, T. C.
Bar Association, Texas-President, A. H Britain,
Wichita Falls; secretary, George C. Gaines Jr.,
Bee Keepers' Association, Texas-President, E T.
Edwards, Grandview; secretary, H. B. Parks, San
Bible Society, American (Southwest Division)-
Manager, Rev. J. J. Morgan, 905 Main St., Dallas.
Bottlers' Association, Texas State-President, S.
M. Jay, Abilene; secretary, W. P. Reeves, Green-
Broom Manufacturers' Association. Texas-Presi-
dent, George E. Courtney, Fort Worth; secretary,
G. W. Spikes, Dalworth Park.
Building and Loan Associations, Texas League of
-President, H. S. McKeever, 607 Throckmorton St.,
Fort Worth; secretary, C. F. Baker. 607 Throck-
morton St., Fort Worth.
Bus Owners' Association. Southern,
Butter, Egg and Poultry Association, Texas-
President, Wilson Jordan, Brady; secretary, J. P.
Canal Association of Louisiana and Texas. Intra.-
coastal-President, C. S. E. Holland, Houston; vice
president and general manager, Roy Miller, Houston.
Catholic Alumnae, International Federation of
(Texas Chapter)-President, Miss Marie Sweeney,
4618 Live Oak St., Dallas; secretary, Mrs. A. A.
Cattle Raisers' Association, Texas and Southwest-
ern-President, R. M. Kleberg, Corpus Christi; sec-
retary, E. B. Spiller, Fort Worth.
Chamber of Commerce, East Texas-President. R.
Associations of Texas
M. Kelly. Longview; secretary-manager, W. N.
Chamber of Commerce, West Texas-President,
I. W. Haymnie, Abilene; secretary, Homer D. Wade,
Chamber of Commerce of United States (South
Central Division)-Manager, Joseph F. Leopold,
Chick Association, Texas Baby-President, P. E.
l'ayne, Stephenville; secretary, Ross M. Sherwood,
Chiropody Society of Texas-President, J. A.
Herschel. 2112 Ave. E. Galveston, secretary, Dr.
WV. C. Loftin, 506 Amicable Bldg., Waco.
Chiropodists, Southern Association of-President,
Dr. Fred Porter, West Palm Beach, Fla.; secretary.
Dr. W o C. Loftin, Amicable Bldg.. Waco.
Chiropractic Association, State-President, C. W.
Maier, D. C. F A. C., Hillsboro; secretary-treas-
urer, F. Lee Lemly, D C . 414 Linz Bldg, Dallas.
Christian Endeavor Union, Texas-President, Aus-
tin D. Bryan, San Anton o; secretary, Florence
Richardson, 316 N. Wood St , Sherman.
Christian Missionary Convention. Texas-Presi-
dent, H. C Garrison, Austin; secretary-treasurer,
Paul J. Merrill, Corsicana
Circulation Managers' Association, Texas-Presi-
dent. E C. Davis, Enterprise and Journal, Beau-
mont, secretary, H. E. Murphree, Houston Chroni-
City Marshals and Chiefs of Police Union of
Texas-President, W. F. Kessler, Houston; secre-
tary, Gee. A. Smith, 610 N. Akard St.. Dallas.
Civil Engineers, American Society of (Texas Sec-
tion)-President, T. C. Bartlett. San Antonio; sec-
retary, J. T. L. McNew, College Station.
Claim Agents' Association, Texas-Southwestern-
President, Bowman Jarrett, Amarillo; secretary, L.
P. Porter, Dallas.
Cleaners and Dyers' Association, Southwestern-
President, T. E. Milbolland, Dallas; secretary, O.
M Chapman, St. Louis.
Clothiers and Furnishers' Association, Texas Re-
tail-President, W. B Benton, 105 S. Chadbourne
St San Angelo; secretary, WV. G. Hoyt, San An-
Coal Dealers' Association. Texas Retail,
Colleges, Association of Texas-President, W. J
McConnell. Teachers' College, Denton: secretary,
Chas. E Friley. A. & M. College, College Station.
College Association, To as Junior.
Colonial Dames of Amc --a, the National Society
of the (in the State o, 2exas)-President, Miss
Mary J. Palm. 2008 Whitis Ave., Austin; secretary,
Mrs. A. N. McCallum, 507 West -Thirty-Second St.,
Commercial Executives' Association. Texas-
President. G. C. Richardson, Brownsville: secretary.
C T. Watson, Big Spring.
Confederate Veterans, Sons of-State commander,
Ed S. McCarver, Orange; adjutant, S. C. V., A. F.
Conservation Association, Texas-President, J.
A. Kemp, Wichita Falls; secretary, Homer D.
Contractors' Association, Texas Sheet Metal-
President, J. O. Walsh. San Antonio; secretary, H.
Stanyer. 2422 Alamo St.. Dallas.
Contractors of America, Association General
(Texas Branch)-President. J. T. Halle Jr., Jan
Antonio; executive secretary, Frank N. Watson,
Construction Industry Bldg .. Dallas.
.Cotton Association, Texas-President, H. G. Saf-
ford, Houston; secretary. L. T. Murray, Waco.
Cotton Association, Texas Farm Bureau-See
Cotton Manufacturers' Association. Texas-Presi-
dent, C. R. Miller, 625 Santa Fe Bldg., Dallas; sec-
retary, W. L. Steele, West.
Cotton Seed Breeders' Association, Texas-Presi-
dent. John D. Rogers, Navasota.
Cotton Seed Crushers' Association, Inc. (Inter-
state)-Prestdent, S. W. Wilbor, Paris; secretary,
George H. Bennett, 914-915 Santa Fe Bldg., Dallas.
Cotton Seed Crushers' Association, Texas-Presi-
dent, Daniel Bond, Vernon; secretary, Geo. H. Ben-,
nett, 914-15 Santa Fe Bldg., Dallas.
County Exhibitors' Association, State Fair of
Texas-President E. Gentry, Tyler; secretary, Mack
Credit Men of Texas. Associated Retail-Presi-
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