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A HamiltonPioneer
                 O One of lhe eorly pioneers in fhe industriql life of
                 Hqmilton is the Blqck-Clqwson Compony, designer
                 qnd builder of pqper mill mqchinery.


                 O From the Blqck-Clqwson drowing boqrds hqve
                 come plans for mony of the epoch moking qdvonces
                in poper mqchinery design . . . from the Blqck-
                 Clqwson rqilroqd siding hqve rolled mqny of the
                 lorgest qnd fqslest qnd mosl modern of poper
                 mochines ever built.

                 C Some five hundred men of skill comprise the
                 operoting force, to which musl be qdded hundreds
                more employed ot Shqrtle Brothers, Middletown,
                 Ohio division, qnd qt Dilrs Mqchine Works, Fulton,
                 New York division.

                 O To Butler Counly, the Block-Clqwson Compony
                extends greetings. Mqy the future yeqrs be even
                more fruitful thqn the yeqrs pqst.




                The Blaclc-Clawson
                                Company
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                               DIVISION
                          EVENTS
                    SPECIAT                                                 October 8, Rural America Day, Ben S. Van Gorden, Honorary
     Jack   Bosch                                        Chatrman
                                                                           Chairman.
     Dr. Mark Millikin,                        Asststant Ch,airman          October 9, Ohio Day, Hon. Greg Holbrock, Honorary Chair-
     Robert Bronson                  ..........Assistont Ch,airman         man.
     Philip Irwin                                        Treasurer          October 10, Young America Day, Perry Sample, Honorary
                                                                           Chairman.
  CORONATION BALL MUSIC COMMITTEE: Dud Mecum,
Chairman; Russell Katz, Robert Bronson, George Flenner, Fred                 October 11, Aviation Day, George Lingler, Robert Rosen-
Stitsinger.                                                                crans, Co-Chairmen.
  "GARDEN UNDER THE STARS" COMMITTEE: Fred Stit-                            RAILROAD PARTICIPATION COMMITTEE: H. T. Ratliff,
singer-Lew Hirt, Co-Chairmen; Carl Dickerscheid, John Geb-                 Chairman; Ralph McKasson, Vice Chairman; John Truitt, Vice
hard, George Fergr-rson, Carl Kobert, Al Henneberger, R. E.                Chairman; H. H. Howard.
Stitsinger, Herb Dietrich, Mike Mehas.                                       AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE: B. S. Van Gorden, Chair-
  INVITATIONS COMMITTEE: Bettv A .Flick. Chairman: Al-                     qa!:; Gerald Huffman, County Agricultural Agent; Mrs. Gerald
berta Seevers,Asst. Chairman; Fanch6n Kapp, Mrs. Allen Max-                Huffman, Past Home Demonstration Agent; Mi-ss Fannie David-
well, Fannie B. Silvers, Mary Lepero, Louise Becker, Geraldine             son, Home Demonstration Agent; Frank Cox, Chairman, Butler
Smith, Martha Zilliox, Marcia Heiser, Betty Hunter, Nancy                  Cou,nty Agricultural Council; C. H. Williams, County Superin-
Egbert, Dorothy Hunt, Mrs. John Hall, Edna Cochran, Norma                  tendent of Schools.
Moss, Cora Jameson, Eileen Dillon, Clara M. Yorger, Mrs. Wal-               AGRICULTURAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE: Ed. Edris, Le-
ter Bender, Agnes Smith, Mrs. Jos. Ayres, Cecil Byrd, Mildred             Roy Lamborn, V, K. Rahfuse, John Buterfield, Joseph Fichter,
Johnson.                                                                  Miss Alberta Finlay, G. O. Michael, Stanley Hasler, Russel Lee,
  "RURAL AMERICA DAY" COMMITTEE: Edward Hiteschue,                        Kenneth Bush, Mis. Helen Petry, Miss tthel Windross, Tom
Chairman; Jeanette Smyser, Hal Fichter, Ray Giffen, Ruth                  Foster, Mrs. Alice Hughes, Christine Ban Gorden, Mrs. Walter
Schenck, Maxine Long, Margie Kahn, Jeanne Line, Barbara                   Ralston, Tom Johnson, Robert Velte, John Roll, H. B. Haskins,
Spivey, Helen Hiltbrandt, Wilma Morris, Eleanore Sauerbeck,               Mrs. George Benzing, Truman Davis, Corwin Brosius, J, O.
Annabel Beard, Lucille Eiler, Dorothy Schantz, Melvin Petri,              Tres,sler, Thuriel Nogel, AI Meeker, C. J. Spivey, Geolge
Frank Clawson, ,David Schubert, Carolyn Hawk, Robert Stitzel,             Dunkelberger, Harry Stretcher, John Brelsford.
Faye Gillispie.
 DANCE TICKET COMMITTEE: Walton Wuebbold, Chair-
man; Mike Morrison, Tom Sarhannis, William Tussey, Dan
Cohen, Martin Coyle, Don Beiser, David Heiser.
  PATRONS COMMITTEE: Robert Stevenson-Robert Bissett,
Co-Chairmen; Ra1'rnond Burke, Wm. Beckett, Louis Keiborth,                Mrs. Tim Hoelle, Union; Mrs. Walter Gorman, Way'ne.
Fred Winkler, Leeds Bronson, Paul Bast, Russell Thomas, Ru-
dolnh Kutter.
  PROGRAM COMMITTEE:          Gunnard Shoblom, Chairman;
Clyde Gilbert, Wm. Utrecht, Louis Biehl, Joe Sanders, Muray
Ramsey, Louis Sprandel.
  PROMOTION         COMMITTEE:     Lee Wilson, Chairman.
  GATE COMMITTEE: Paul Heermann, Chairman; George                             SPECIAL   COMMITTEES,    COMMUNITY:       Mrs. John Mc-
Smith, Fritzz Fremgen, Phil Fogel, Bryce Byard, Victor Stoll,
Frank Kneling, Herbert Cramer, Walter Leifheit, Clern Pater,
Gordon Henninger, Herbert Walsh, Russ McClellan, Bob Wil-
mer, J. E. Gray, Kilger Huey, Roy Kurry, Hugh Brosier, Sam
Corso.
  DECORATIONS COMMTTTEE: Vireinia Gamble. Chairman:
Jewett Millikin, Elmer Bard, RusseIIkatz.                                   AVIATION COMMITTEE: Members of the Junior Chamber
  DANCE TREASURER'S COMMIT:IEE: Philip Irwin. Chair-                      of Commerce, George Lingler and Robert Rosencrans, Co-
                                                                          Chairmen.
man; Gordon Smith, Glenn Stitsinger, Lloyd Nolan. Robert C.
Cisle, George N. Ross, Thomas Galeese, Harry Grevey, Ferd                  PARADE: Chester Anderson, Chairman; Herb             Manning,
Wiseman, O. W. Meyer, Charles Ledman.                                     PauI Zimrnerman.
                                                                              AIRPORT DEDICATION: Hugo De La Croix, Chairman.
              ATTRACTIONS DIVISION                                          CONTEST: Jim Lunsford, Ray O'Dowd.
   AIIan Hyer                               ..... .... Chairntan
   Dan Beckett                                                             PROGRAM: Don Meeks, Harold Noe, William Harr, Walter
                                  ....... Assi:.ttnt Chairman
                                                                          Pond.
  MERCHANTS'      AND    MANUFACTURERS'               EXPOSITION
COMMITTEE: H. H. Hall. Executive Director: J. Stokes Fer-                   POLICING, TRAFFIC AND BUILDING:         Melvin Siik, Thomas
guson, Chairman; M. E. Kellog, Vice Chairman; Wm. WoIf, Earl              Fahy, Maurice Erhart, Robert Vessely.
Thompson.                                                                    ENTERTAINMENT:      Charles Martin, Bill Eberhardt, Perrv
  SUB-COI\,IMITTEE: John M. Horn, Martin Lingler, Arnold T.               Sample.
Krebs.                                                                       MODEL AIRPLANE CONTEST: Charles Bales, Dick Groth-
              SPECIAL DAYS COMMITTEE:                                     aus. Ralph Chambers.
  October 4, Pre-Vue Day, Mayor Leo J. Welsh, Honorary                       EXHIBIT, DECORATIONS: Emmett Walton, Stanley Moel-
Chairman.                                                                 ler, Frank Richter, Walter Yordy.
                                                                             GENERAL: Martin Lingler, Don Reiser, Ellsworth Wente,
 October 5, Religious Day, Father L. L. Danning, Rev. J. Hoy              Robert Runyan.
McElhinney, Rabbi Myron Silverman, Honorary Chairmen.
                                                                            PARADE OF PROGRESS COMMITTEE: W. G. Wulzen,
  October 6, Homecoming Day, Stella Weiler Taylor, Honorary               Chairman; Lucian Kahn, H. H. Howard, William R. Sneed,
Chairman.                                                                 Joseph Scholler, Edwin Henes, Sam Levine, Glen Eubanks,
  October 7, Middletown-Oxford Day, Hugh Wright, Middle-                  Sidney Whitaker, Earl Muncey, Green Smith; George Schmitt,
town; Verne Pulley, Oxford, Chairrnen.                                    Gordon Henninger, Leonard Sporacio.

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            Congratu/ations..
                          .
                                             tO BT]TLER COI]NTY
                                           Gaoncr O. l\'laNnou.Presiclent
            Jonx C. ScnuMacnsn                                              Wampn D. Rer-srolr
            Tnou,r.s Fnrtz, Clerk                                           M'tnv Snrerr-,Assistant Clerk


                 O. R. Lnrsnn                                    P. P. Bou
                   Judge, Prohate Court                             Judge, Common Pleas Court
                 Peur A. Baoru                                   Fnro B. CRenrnn
                    Prosecuting Attorney                            Judge, Common Pleas Court
                 J. W. Wrlrorr                                   R. H. Smrn
                     County Treasurer'                              County Auditor
                 Fnpo M. HllrlrBnr-u                             E'r.nr, R. HocaN
                    County Engineer                                  County Recorder
                 Hannv Duanu                                     Cnlnrls B. W.q.r<p
                    Assistant Sanitary Engineer                     Sheriff
                 J. A. DnNnnn                                           C.
                                                                 CoN-n.c.l Srnon
                     SuperintendentCounty Home                      Clerk of Courts
                 Dn. C. J. Ber-lnrocr                            Crrnrou Ecesnr
                     County and City                                Republican County Chairman
                     Health Commissioner
                                              JonN A. Scuw,lru
                                           Democratic County Chairman


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  KIDDIES PET AND COSTUME PARADE COMMITTEE:                                             HOMECOMINGDIVISION
George R. Hawthorne, Chairman; Miss Weber, Charles Brau-
bury, Matt Thompson, Mrs. W. E. Manrod, Fred Sauerbeck.                    Mrs. Mary Beckett,                             .. Chairm.an
                                                                           Miss Ellen McKee                 .. .... Assistont Chair'rnan
  HISTORICAL TREASURE HUNT AND HISTORICAL MU-
SEUM COMMITTEE: Sponsored by the Butler County Histori-                  Mrs. Nell Snyder, Mr. Peter B. Holly, Mr. Lou A. Pfau, Gor-
cal Society.                                                           don Bennett.

  C. A. Brennan, Chairman; Otto Kersteiner, Miss Bertha
Fromm, Henry Kessling, Mrs. Henry Kessling, Mrs. W. E.                               GENERAT GROUNDS DIVISION
Klopp, John B. Randolph, Arthur Freihtling, Mis. Alta Heiser.
                                                                           Thomas H. Feltz                                     Chairman
  HISTORICAL WINDOWS COMMITTEE: A. W. Marr, Chair-                         Ora H. Poffinbarger           .. ... .....Assistant Chairtnan
man; Robert C. Reiling, Vice Chairman; J. W. Manning, E. F.
Schindler, Adolph Krebs, Martin Pastor, GIen H. Eubank, Bill             AMPLIFICATION       COMMITTEE: Thomas H. Feltz. Chair-
Leifheit.                                                              rnan.

  TRANSPORTATION                                                          GROUNDS COMMITTEE: Paul Heermann, Chairman; L. J.
                     SHOW COMMITTEE: R. T. Ratliff,
Chairman; Ralph McKasson, Vice Chairman; John Truitt, Vice             Smith, Morris Murray, John Cochran, John Welsch, Watrly
Chairman; Miles Brown, Wm. A. Kohler, Carl Pugh, E. D.                 Roberts.
Hinkle, Paul Cook.                                                      SEATING      COMMITTEE:       Joe Beckman, Chairnian;              Joe
  INDUSTRIAL SAFETY COMMITTEE: Eldon Altman, Chair-                    Bange.
man, Charles Barth, Walter Eisele, Kenneth Faist, Elmer Ham-             SIGNS COMMITTEE: Sarrr Levine.
mons, _Arthur Ittel, Julius Rank, C. R. Rich, PauI Ziegler.
C. L. Hardin, Secretary.
  FIRE PREVENTION COMMITTEE: Al. Mense. Chairman:                                          OFFICEPERSONNET
Mark Alston, R. J. Bailey, Clarence Bartlett, Robert Clark,                George A. Lingler ... Assistcnt Administratiue Director
Robert Harmon, J. W. Krauth, C. L. McKasson, E. F. Warn-
                                                                           Mrs. Erma E. Taylor .. ..... ..               BooklseeTter
dorf, C. W. White, Henry Riley, C. L. Hardin, Secretary.
                                                                           i\fiss Jeanette Weiss ..               .. .. ... Secretarll
                  HOSPITATITY DIVISION                                    Janet Kalchman, Jane Tavlor, Emma Wildi. Betty Jane 1\{or-
                                                                       ris, Jane Thompson, Stella Rice, Frances Baker, Betty Von Stein,
     James K. Cullen .                              Chailrtnn          Dorothy Dalton, Walter McDonald, Custodian.
     C. Dabney Thomson                 .
                               .......... Assistont Chuirtnun
  SAFETY       COMMITTEE:                                                             OFFICIAL DECORATORS
                            Clyde   Rich,   Chairman;     Eldon
Altman.                                                                Evans Flag & Decorating Co., Terre Haute, Indiana, Miss
                                                                            Marie Gadon, James L. Carlton.
  TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE: T. E. Cahill. Chairman:
R. N. Cahill, Assistant Chairman; Chas. H. Getz, Jr., Joseph              OFFICIAL FLOAT BUILDER AND PARADE MASTER
Bowman.
                                                                       International Parade Masters, South Boston, Va., Watkins G.
 HOUSING COMMITTEE: Members Sisma phi Gamma                                  Hunt, Mrs. Watkins G. Hunt, Hugh Ernst.
S_orority, Glenda Hedgecock, Chairman; Dorothy Vie Brooks,
Helen Henrv.                                                                      SOUVENIR HISTORICAL BOOKLET
                                                                       Midwest Agency, Kansas City, Mo. Joe Jacobson, Ted Allen,
 POLICING, PARKING, TRAFFIC: James O'Connor, Chair-                         Margaret Schneider, Fred Babcock, Wm. T. Beimford, J.
man; Dr. George K. Beckett, Edward F. Warndorf, Robelt                      M. Ripperger.
Chambers, Kenneth Faist.
                                                                                MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS
  FIRST AID: Dr. Mark Millikin, Chairman; Dr. Dan Skinner,
                                                                       Freeman Exposition Service, Indianapolis, Indiana, H. H. Hail.
Dr. Vera Iber, Dr. E. G. Cohen, Dr. Carl Roden, Dr. Austin
Belat
                                                                                        PUBLICITY DEPARTMENT
 RECEPTIONS COMMITTEE: Robert M. Sohngen, Chair-                       Murray Stephens, Director; Robert Crow, Associate Director-
man; Mrs. Sidney D. Waldon, Greg Holbrook.                                  and Official Photographer.
 INFORMATION COMMITTEE: R. M. Clark, Chairman; Perry                                    TICKET HEADQUARTERS
Sample, Harry Helwig, Charles Bradbury, Wm. Jackson.                   Oscar Hughes.




       THE STEERING
                  COMMITTEE THE
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       HAMIITON.BUTTER
                     COUNTY SESGIUI.
       CENTENNIAIPAYS TRIBUTE . . .
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                           AND STEEL FOLLOWED
                        THE PIONEERSTO THE VALLEY
        Ever the onward march of civilization         has          In    this war-torn             world       today, their           work
        been linked with the progress of iron and                  b e c o m e s e v e n m o r e i n d i s p e n s a b l e ,f o r s t e e l i s
        steel. To those hardy pioneers who founded                 the backbone of defense. Without                                steel-
        Fort Hamilton, iron and steel were indispen-               more and rno." 51ssl-democracy will die.
        sable. With     steel plowshare they broke the
        virgin   sod.   With   trusty   long rifles, they          This, the men of Armco know full well. As
        guarded crops and families. On down through                freedom-loving patriots they've set their goal
        the years to modern times - from covered                   -a     shining goal of deeds. Their purpose is
        wagon to sleek, shining automobiles-life      has
                                                                   to keep an endless chain of steel flowing
        become easier, more pleasant and convenient
                                                                   unceasingly from Armco mills as a bulwark
        as new and better steelshave been developed.
                                                                   against aggression. And they have!
        And steel followed the pioneers to the valley !
                                                                   Armco steels ride the clouds in stratosphere
        Here within sight of old Fort Hamilton on                  bombers over Europe and America.                                  Army
        Miami's shores have sprung Armco's great                   trucks       and tanks            of     Armco         steel splash
        plants. At Middletown      and New Miami five              through        muddy          roads. In          submarines and
        thousand eight hundred skilled men                                      battleships Armco steels plumb the
        and women produce the steels which                                      depths of   Davey Jones' locker or
        contribute to better living in peace                                    majestically ride the waves of the
        times.                                                                  seven seas.




                 The Amer:cqn Ro!ling Mill Compqny

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                          For
        The Past Has Spoken Itself

                         For ihe present, os in the post,The Citizens
                         Sovings Bonk and Trust Company is serv-
                         ing the people ol the communily in their
                         progress-and trying fo serve them belter.

                                  For the lulure, we believe thst it took
                                  more toirh lor our pioneering predeces'
                                  sors fo see fhe Hamilton ond Bu]ler County
                                  ol todoy, than it should take lor us fo
                                  believe in even greoter progress during
                                  lhe years to come.


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                     I nlS is indeed o period of golden opporfr'rnity for those who
                would like to plon ond build q home of their own. Never before
                hqs it been possible to obtqin so much in home design, con-
                sfruction, comforl      ond convenience ol the relotivelysmqll
                 inveslmenf now involved. By comporison imogine lhe toil qnd
                 inconvenience of building q house one hundred ond fifty yeors
                 ago with none of the presenl doy focilities of time sovings'
                 comfort ond convenience. Our orgonizqlion is ot your disposol
                 ot ony time to help you plon ond mqke simpler-yet the detoils
                 of building o home for yourself.



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                       Aerial   uiew of Hamilton




                                          Left-Bridle   path near W ashzngtott Bottletard,




Ri,ght-Potter   Park

								
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