1927:- January 3….Voted that the $550.00 made by Legion show be spent all or in part for upkeep of building. Voted that $1.30 be paid Paul Pearson for work done on cesspool. A snappy talk was given by Thomas Buckley of Abington on the National Convention. April 4…. Voted that the Adjutant be authorized to buy five hundred two cent envelopes and five hundred one and one half cent envelopes. August 29…. Past Commander McCrillis asked the Post’s permission to transfer the box of soil that is be scattered over the graves of Simeon L. Nickerson and John Glass to Comrade Fuller that his mission may properly be fulfilled. He will be attending the Ninth Annual Convention of the American Legion in Paris. Motion made and seconded that this permission be granted. So Voted. Motion made and seconded that the sum of $20.00 be given Comrade Granville Fuller to defray expenses of visiting graves and buy a suitable floral token to cover said graves. So Voted. (Historian note:Nickerson is buried in the Oise-Aisne American Cemetery in France.) November 7…. Meeting called to order by Commander Maranville at 8:20 p.m. with 28 members present. Comrade Granville Fuller gave a very interesting talk on his trip to Paris. Meeting adjourned at 9:10. Respectfully submitted by Hervey A. Bazinet.

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