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Yesterday: Civitan Club

The Granite Quarry Civitan Club, chartered Nov. 2, 1945, will celebrate its 66th birthday Nov. 3. Expected to be on hand is 99-year-old charter member Claude Lyerly, who will turn 100 the next day. Lyerly has remained active in the club throughout its history and continues to attend meetings. In this photograph, taken at the charter meeting, Lyerly stands on the top row, the third man from the left. Here’s a rundown of the charter members pictured from 1945: First row, from left: Clyde Brown, Bob Brown, Rob Lyerly, Bill Bostian, Ed Cline, Carl Hall, Everette Eller, P.H. Lyerly, Robert Hoke, Carl Cross and Bob Andrew. Second row: Lester Foster, the Rev. M.J. Kluttz, Arthur Cross, Roy Lingle, Frank Staton, the Rev. R.J. Barnwell, Craven Kluttz, A.H. Peeler, Jimmy Harrison, Lee Kluttz, Claude Hamilton, B.T. Andrew, M.J. Peeler, George Wain, W.R. Trexler and J.E. Fisher. third row: George Fisher, Charlie Lyerly, J. Hugh Gaither, Bill Benson, Carr Peeler, Quincy Troutman, R.L. Williams, Clarence Bostian, Howard Brown, E.L. Lyerly, J.W. Hudson and Ray Cauble. Fourth row: Morehead Barringer, Raymond Russell, Claude Lyerly, J.G. Jones, Junius Thomas, Ray Brown, Hayden Eller, F.C. Cohen, Reginald Kirchin, Harold Melton and W.F. Brinkley.

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