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National Society

Daughters of the American Revolution

Elk Horn Prairie Chapter

6-102-MO


NSDAR MOTTO: "God, Home and Country"

"At the time of the American Revolution, this part of America was wilderness, wild beasts, and Indians. Before the year 1830, the Indians departed into Oklahoma and white men from Kentucky and Tennessee began to arrive. They found numerous horns of the elk and patches fo beautiful prairie. A trading post known as Elk Horn was established."

(from Lawrence County Missouri History published by the Lawrence County Historical Society, Chapter IX, "City, Towns, and Villages:, page 128)

CHAPTER MEETINGS First Thursday of each month, September through June at 1:00 P.M. in the Community Room of Aurora Branch Library, 202 Jefferson Street, Aurora, MO. Dues: $45.50 payable in September.








Elk Horn Prairie Chapter Officers


Regent

Mrs. Maxine Vincent
RR 1, Box 165
Aurora, MO 65605

Vice Regent

Mrs. L.E. Compton
715 W. Hwy 174
Mt. Vernon, MO 65712


Chaplain

Miss Carol Ardus McNatt
411 South Lincoln
Aurora, Missouri 65605


Recording Secretary

Mrs. A.A. Goddard
RR 2, Box 245
Mt. Vernon, MO 65712


Treasurer

Mrs. Dan M. Trogdon
612 King Street
Mt. Vernon, Mo. 65712


Corresponding Secretary

Mrs. G. Loren Roden
HC 64, Box 6237
Cassville, Mo 65625


Registrar

Mrs. Harold D. Stockton
716 Sunshine Drive
Aurora, MO 65605


Historian

Mrs. Fern Angus
207 South Euclid
P.O. Box 305
Marionville, Mo 65705



APPOINTMENTS

Parliamentarian

Mrs. Walter Friberg
6 W. Anderson
Aurora, Mo 65605-1704


Custodian of Flags

Mrs. Leroy Joachim
1673 South Porter
Aurora, Mo. 65605-2663





Revolutionary War Soldiers Represented by Elk Horn Prairie Chapter Members