Roy S. Pittenger was elected Commander and Frank E. Vincent was again elected Adjutant. Membership Total 21.
A decided slump in membership took place during the year and the Post showed a loss of 26 member or over 50%, this was apparently due to many members having become adjusted and per-occupied in business, and also a goodly preparation of the original member had moved from this locality.
The one year old Women's Auxiliary was also disbanded due to lack of enthusiasm.
Local activities, however, were still centered around the Legion Hall - the Feather party and other social gatherings continued as a means of raising funds.
The Annual Washington's Birthday Campfire dinner and the Memorial Day exercises were the major patriotic activities of the Post during the last year.
Payments on the Post's obligations were kept up despite the reduced membership.
Copied from Post Historian book 1940-1943