Dayton's annual Christmas party was titled "TROBAS '35"
to celebrate R. Allan Parker's 35 years with the firm. Below,
Fred Burnham, predecessor to Mr. Parker, looks on as Herman
Olt presents silver book ends to Mr. Parker in honor of
his anniversary. Top photo shows co-chairmen Sherley
Swarts and Betty Ramsey with "Men of TROBAS" guessing
game, in which guests identified baby pictures of professional
Woody Dryden was recently elected
vice-chairman of the Metropolitan
Atlanta Community Services, Inc.
Budgeting Committee. He has also been
elected a member of the Delegate Assembly
of this organization for 1962.
Robert Minnear served as a borough
leader in the Metropolitan Atlanta Jay-cees
Christmas Charity Drive.
A farewell party for Robert S. Hall,
who left the firm the first of December,
was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Dysart, Jr. on November 25.
Sixty of Bob's friends from TRB&S
were present to wish him success in his
The annual Christmas party of the
Boston Office was well attended by 57
members, wives and friends. A candlelight
dinner was preceded by a cocktail
party and was held on December 21 at
the Algonquin Club in Boston.
Walter Soderdahl was chosen to serve
on the House Committee of Beverly
Country Club for 1962.
The West Suburban Chapter of the
Junior Association of Commerce and
Industry recently appointed Joseph
Brusherd, Jr. its secretary.
Henry Korff, who is chairman of the
Younger Men's Group of the Union
League Club, presided at a luncheon
attended by 250 civic-minded persons,
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