Coal had been king in these parts since the turn of the century, but after World War II, the mines began closing. Families left, and Main Street, once a bustling collection of.
Yet Biber was thriving from his fourth-floor office inside the First National Bank building. Biber moved here in 1954 after serving as a MASH surgeon in Korea and finishing a stint at Camp Carson in Colorado Springs.
The reason for the application is for the Presidents and elected Board Members to know more about you and help place you in a program or assignment that will best suit you as an individual and as a member of this Organization. All Brothers are to have a copy of the Preface and the Laws of the Organization, these papers are to be kept at all times, they are for you to study and learn.
These papers are important and should be treated as such. From time to time, you will be requested to attend and participate in meetings to read and discuss all documents that has been issued to the membership.