Chamber ready for annual luncheon

From Staff Reports

   Chamber of Commerce officials say they are prepared for the Chamber's 67th annual luncheon which will be held Thursday at 11:30 a.m. in the Truman Clark Annex of the Carter County Health Department.
   On Monday, the Chamber reported that 115 tickets have been sold for the event. The Chamber said the number of tickets sold this year is about average for the annual luncheon.
   Robert Reedy, of Reedy and Sykes architectural firm, will be handing over the gavel as former Chamber president to Duncan Street, of Carter County Bank.
   On Sept. 1, 1924, the Carter County Board of Trade was reorganized into a Chamber of Commerce, and Mr. Harlen Dixon was elected its first president.