|Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer from microfilm
of the Calhoun Chronicle dated 4/15/1920.
A number of soldiers gathered at the courthouse Saturday afternoon and
organized what will hereafter be known as the Victor Hamilton Post No.
92 American Legion, it being customary to name the various posts throughout
the nation in honor of the first soldiers who gave their lives in the war.
The following former servicemen were chosen as officers:
W. J. Ayers, Post Commander; Harley Ferrell, Vice Commander; J. G. B.
Coberly, Adjutant; Ralph Morris, Finance Officer; John M. Hamilton, Historian;
A. E. Weaver, Chaplain; and Golden Stalnaker, Master at Arms.
The following Committee on Constitution and By-laws was appointed:
A. E. Weaver, W. J. Sharp, Harley Ferrell, J. G. B. Coberly, J. M. Hamilton,
Harold Marshall and Fred C. Hardman.
The next meeting of the Post will be held Saturday afternoon, April
24th, at 2:30. This date was set for the convenience of those living
out of town, and it is urgently requested that all such attend.