The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1937 · Page 3
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The Algona tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 6,1937 AMERICAN 9:00 a. m.—Golf Tournament, gona Country Club. . 30:00 a. in.—31egistration, Hotel Algona. , 12*0 moon—County Commanders , Hotel Algona. 2:00 p. m.—Business meeting. Call to order—Ernest E. Condon, District Commander. Advancement at Colors—Hagg Post No. »0. Invocation—Uev. F. J. Fnen, Webster <Sty. 3h Memoriam. Address orWedome— 3. D. Lowe, Commander, Hagg Post No. 90. Besponse-aoger £*«> Fort Bodge, District Vice Commander. Beading of Minutes—Allen Miles Madrid, District Adjutant Reports of District Chairmen: Education War Orphans—F. H. Cooney, Carroll. Employment an-J Belief—H. B Myers, Manning. Americanism — Jacob Johnson Denison. Graves Registration — Wttham Fagan, Laurens. Community Service—W. S. Grote •wald, Lake Mills. Highway Safety—Vic Stueland, Forest City. Junior Baseball—Leo Laird, Hoekwell City. Marksmanship—J. W. Hnmmas, Emmetsburg. National Defense—R. E. Patter- Son, Boone. Remarks—(Tames Dolliveri Department Americanism Chairman. Invitation to Des Moines Convention—Val Wells. Remarks, Publicity—Frank'MUes, Editor Iowa Legionaire. Remarks, Hbspltalization—Gor- don Beck, Manager United States Veterans' Facility. Remarks, Veterans Affairs—Jack Miller, Secretary Xowa State Bonus Board. Remarks-John Mitchell. Roll call and membership report. New Business. Service School—£t J. Laird, Department Adjutant Address—Peter Hansen, Department Vice Commander. EVENING PKOGRAM Joint Banqtw*, «:80 p. m. Higfa School Gymnasium Invocation—Rev. F. 3. Frien, District Chaplain. Group singing. Music—-Legion orchestra. Address of Weteome— 3. D. Lowe Commander Hagg Post No. 90. Address of Welcome—Mrs. Joe Harig, Unit President. Introduction of District Com mander—Commtjider Lowe. Introduction of District Commit " j teewoman—Commander Condon. Introduction of District Officer and Past Department Legion Of fleers—E. E. Condon, District Commander. .-,».. Introduction of District Officers and Past Dejiartment Auxiliary Officers-Mrs. Martha Whlsler, District Committeewoman. Addreases Frank Miles, Editor Iowa Le- gionaire. Mrs. J. E. Skelley, Department Executive Secretary. R. J. Laird, Department Adjutant Mrs. Bess Lainson, Department President G. M. Brown, Department Commander. Legion and Auxiliary Dance— 9:00 p. m.—Anderson's hall. 3. SAT MCBPHY Ray Miurphy, 3Jua Grove, and Des Moinesj has long been popular in American Legion circles. He is, a past-commander of the Iowa Department and last-year served aa one of the ipntetanding National Com"~ Bsol^tte Legion. WELCOME TO ALGONA 'THE FRIENDLY CITY' Members of 8th District, American Legion and Legion Auxiliary The City Is Yours May 11 1937 Algona's Hagg Post No. 90, and Algona's Merchants and Business Men, Join in Wisliiug you a most, successful district convention . . .and don't forget to come back again! These Firms Welcome You Antone Johnson, Life Insurance K. D. James—Drugs Graham's Store Cumming's Store Kohlhaas & Spilles Misbach's Men's Store Nelson Hardware Elbert's Garage Botsford Lumber Co. Brownell Shoe Co. F. S. Norton & Son Kent Motor Co. Kossuth Motor Co. Lusby Drug Store Bjustrom's—Appliances Pratt Electric Co. Gamble's Store

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