were elected Post Officers:
At this meeting the members went on record for a campaign to raise $5000 by contribution for the building of a legion home. The men favored a building with facilities for outdoor games rather than a monument, shaft or bronze lab as a token of appreciation. Each man was issued a membership card after payment of $1.
On December 6, 1920 a special meeting was held to make arrangements for the funeral of L. Paulin. The following was arranged: 8 officers as pall bearers, a firing squad, taps at the grave, a State Chaplain to attend and a Legion escort to meet the body at the station. Three Navy men were selected to act as color bearers.
We moved our meeting place to the Franklin Inn as did the Ladies Auxiliary. We were granted this pleasure for the sum of $10 per month.
54 members were acquired by January 1, 1921.
|Sgt. Thomas Henry Shaw|
Killed in Action
Interred on 25 July
|Pvt. J. L. Paulin|
Pvt. J. L.
Died of the Dreaded
Laid to rest in his