Republic Sons of Legion Hold Installation
REPUBLIC SONS OF LEGION HOLD INSTALLATION Formal Ceremonies Launch Or ganization; Hear Stirring Talks by Several Legionaires GET MEMBERSHIP CARDS Installation of officers and the issuance issuance of cards to charier members of the Sons of the American Legion, o( Prendergast Post, No. 495, American American Legion, of Republic, were the outstanding features of a delightfully appointed program of enlertainmeut last night. There Were more than 125 persons present consisting of parents and friends of the 2S members of the "Sons.'' William D. Gault presided as chairman chairman and announced the program features. features. Guy C. Lauver, superintendent of Redstone township schools, installed the officers following a stirring address address in which he stressed Loyalty. Patriotism, Courage. Scholarship and Citizenship. Post Commander Reigh Marietta presented the membership The charter members, prior to -receiving -receiving -receiving tholr cards, repeated in unison unison the organization's slogan which reads, "when the one Great Scorer comes to write against your name Ho writes not that you won or lost but how you played the game." Another outstanding address was delivered by Mrs. Anna Gabler, presi dent of the Auxiliary Unit of Pren dergas Post which she closed by ad ministering the oath of allegiance tc the flag. A buffet luncheon, served by the Auxiliary, brought the mooting to a most successful close. Officers installed were; Dean C. I.auver, captain com mandor. Warren Glenn Talbert, 1st Lieut vice commander. James Milton Rood, 1st Lieut, chap lain. Jesso Hess, Jr., 2nd I Jem. finance officer. George Gabler. Jr.. 2nd Lieut, ad Other charter member receiving cards were: Robert Finley Htbbs James Charles Casbar, Thorns." Charles KlanJgan. Jr.. Jerry Abba dial. FMgeiie Henry Dagglani. Alfred ttigglanl. William Ueorgn DanheK Rtohard Krnost Gault. Robert Kdward Douglas. John Christian Hess, Henry Rosl. N'lck Casorlo, Charles Ray Reed. Joseph Audalora. Fred Cuterl, Rob ert Henry Casbar, Charles Srodek, Charles Donienlck, John Johnson Louis Johnson, William Gault. Jr. and Guy Carlton Douglas..