CC Sevy representative for Iroquois Tribe #41 in Springfield, MO
WEALTHIEST TRIBE ' OF MISiSOUKlS RED. MEN NAMES OFFICERS Iroquois Tribe, No. 41, Improved Order of Kd Mmi, met In their hill Friday night and elected otllcern for the ensuing year, as follows: Bachem. V. L. Rowland; Senior Sagamore, Paul Hulse; Junior Sagamore, Arch E. Jennings; Prophet, H. T. Presoott; Chief of Records, Fred C. Alsup; Keeper of Wampum. Harry Bchurer; trustee, W. J. Heott; representatives, W. J. Scott ad James II. Martin; alternates, C. 0. Sevy and James H. Pruitt. Iroquois Tribe, one of the oldest tribes in Missouri and the wealthiest tribe In the state, Is now located In the F,agles building on North Jefferson Jefferson avenue. I Fred C. Alsup. who served as chief of rerords for 9'4 years, was again elected Friday night. Last year he was not in a position to attend to the work and George Wood held that position. After the business hour Friday night a banquet was served.