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THURSDAY. SEPT. 23, 1948' ADTRONDACK DAILY .-ENTERPRISE. SARANAC LAKE. N, Y. Elks Club Dinner For Ralph T. Wiles A testim o n ial d in n e r lo r R a lp h T. W iles, a p a s t e x a lte d ru l e r of the S a r a n a c L a k e L o d g e of E lks, w a s h e ld last ev e n in g at th e club house on B lo o m in g d a le av e n u e . A p p r o x im a te ly 300 m e m b e r s of RA L P H T. W IL E S a t t c n d i' 1 M: W i k - s so i-ved a s g .'.n d m-d m l f ! d f th e lo c a l itM.igi' : i.K T 0) 1948. I:; . it.i-,-. mi- h i s s m Ic e ? t . . rn : - ■ : . .' a t . rn, : he lo d g e n w m : a ■\-weed M e . W k e > v. i l k i U: i i ' o o iio c n m b in a - t:n ;: ; , o n :n > c r :b e d “ R . i . : ■; U --- Ui 17- H U a a a n v I . i ! : - U ..^ . B i d >K.\ O'l ,<■. . . ' -Ol d o l i n g ;a c u ll Ol ’ . ■ ■ j : D \ :cl W h i t e . fL\,! -'' : , ii. •■?: ic-i .- i d aclt'd a - ' M : v. ■, n i d - ‘ h r p r e s e n t ,- ho n o r. M r. W iles spoke b r i e f l y in j ac c e p ta n c e an d e x p r e s s e d h k r g r a t i t u d e to th e m e m b e r s . In c h a r g e of th e a r r a n g e m e n t s w e r e R a l p h B a k e r , A n th o n y B. D c la h a n t an d Irv i n g E d e lb e r g . A t 8:30 o'clock a re g u l a r m e e t ­ ing took place w ith M r. W h ite in ch a r g e . It w a s an n o u n c e d th a t t h e m a in d in in g ro o m of th e lodge, p rev io u s ly sch e d u led to be closed j Oct. 1, w ill re m a i n open. P la n s w e r e d iscu s s e d fo r th e visit on S u n d a y . Oct. 10 of G e o rge I. H a ll of L y n n b roO k , H L , g r a n d ex a lte d ru l e r of th e E lks. H e w ill be acco m p a n ied by J u d g e Ja m e s T. H a ll i n a n , of Q u e e n s b o ro L o d g e , a p a s t g r a n d ex a l te d ru l e r , and o t h e r g r a n d lodge an d sta t e E lk s officials. 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