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Paul Lehrbass' 1952 Pontiac Catalina. Member of the Compton Squires

Chatham Squires Car Club

Squires of Chatham

Compton Squires Car Club

The Squires was a car club out of Compton, California. The Elk's Lodge Number 1570, 116 N. Rose Ave. in Compton was sponsor of the club providing them with a place to meet and money. The Elk's Lodge borrowed out their own hall. Dr. Talbot Delgado was their advisor, and even flew an airplane bearing the Squires plaque. When Dr. Delgado couldn't make it to the meetings, another member of the Elks attended. Their meetings were in 1957 held every thursday night at 8:00 p.m.[1]

Bob Knox
Clyde Knox
Paul Lehrbass

Napa Squires Car Club

The Squires Car Club of Napa, Califorornia was formed in the late forties and fifties. In 2009 the club was still active, but due to age of the club most or all original members are decease. The reinvented Squires C.C. of 2009 is a pre '65 traditional hotrod, kustom and bellflower only club. [2]



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