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National Echo from Burlingame, Kansas • 1

National Echo from Burlingame, Kansas • 1

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National Echoi
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Burlingame, Kansas
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THE NATIONAL ECHO. The Oflicial Organ of the National Alliance, Daughters of Veterans, U. S. A. Also, Devoted to the interest of Sons of Veterans, Ladies' Aid Society of S.

U. S. and N. T. C.

C. Guards. Oui Motto: "Malice toward none, Charity for all, and the 'Flag our Fathers Justice to the Veteran, his widow, orphan and dependents." Volume V. Number 3. Burlingame, Osage Kansas, October, 1893.

Price, 30 Cents Per Year. that the sameN must be forwarded to the National President. Pittsburgh, Chief of Staff, Mrs. S. E.

Lyons, Minneapolis, Inspector, Miss Josephene Munholland, Bluming- Judge Advocate General is the attor ney of the Natianal President, and all ton, Mustering and installing officer, Mrs. Lotta Chard, Cincinnati, Ohio matters to be referred to him must previously pass thro' these headquarters. III. The following appointments are VII. The following change was made announced for the ensuing year.

They will be accorded the respect due their position: in the Constitution, Rules and Reglations: "That all officers of National, Divisions and Societies be elected, except the Sec Secretary, Miss Pearl Stephens, Wash ington, Iowa. Judge Advocate General, retary and Judge Advocate." Divisions and Societies will note the above. It. Shaw Van, Denison, Iowa. The Committee on C.

R. and R. IV. All officers appointed on Staff last of which Miss Lettie T. O'Neil, 507 year are hereby relieved from duty.

V. Division Presidents will immedi Michigan Sheboygan, is chai man; Mrs. Eliza Spackman, Belvidere, ately recommend to these headquarters the names of four members in good Ladies' Aid Society, AUXILIARY TO THE SONS OF VETERANS, U. S. A.

National Headquarters, F. 0. Box 757, Washington, Iowa. MISS BELLE Gil AY, National President, Washington, Iowa. Kansas Division Officers.

standing, in their divisions, known to be thorough workers for the Order, who, with any your National President may choose, will be appointed as Aides on the Staff of the National President. Noth ing will do but workers. Much good was done for the Order by the Aides ap pointed Much more will be expected of those appointed this year. VI. In order to secure prompt atten tion to all official business with these headquarters, the following rules will be carefully observed: All communications and reports, ex MllS.

BELL LAB All II ARB AU Gil, Division President. MISS RENA STILLWELL, Division Secretary. Division Headquarters, Erie, Neosho Count, Kansas. From National Headquarters. Washington, Iowa, Sept, 20, 1S93.

General Order. Current Series No. 1. Conseculive Series No. 49.

I. Having been re-elected and installed National President at the Seventh cept orders for supplies, will be addressed to Miss Belle Gray, National Mrs. Mary Stodieck, Minnrapolis, and Mrs. J. S.

Mason, Medina, 0., are members, was continued for one year. Any Division or Society having anything to present to next National Convention, will forward same to the chairman of this committee, between now and time of next Convention. VIII. Next National Convention of the Ladies' Aid Societies will be held at Davenport, Iowa, at the same time as that of the Commandery-in-Chief of the S. of V.

It is none too early to begin to think about attending this meeting. Davenport is centrally located and nothing will be left undone to make this the must successful and pleasant meeting ever held in the history of our order. IX. Blanks for quarterly reports of Society and Division Secretaries and Treasurers are herewith enclosed Society officers are requested to return the same with the per capita tax ten cents upon each member in good standing, and to do so immediately after the last meeting of the quarter Societies not included in organized divisions will forward reports and per capita tax in the enclosed envelope so as to reach these headquarters not later than October 10, 1893. Divisions will make their reports to these headquarters not later than Octo President, Washington, Iowa.

Requisitions for supplies should be made upon National Treasurer, Mrs. J. S. Mason, Medina, Ohio. Make remittances for supplies payable to Mrs.

J. 8. Mason, National Treasurer, and remit to National Convention of the Ladies' Aid her by draft, post office money order or by express money ordr. Remittances for charter fees and per Societies, V. U.

S. held at Ciucin-nati, Ohio, August 14-18, 1893, control is again assumed and headquarters re-estab capita tax must be made payable to and sent to the National President, Miss Belle Gray. Persanal checks will not be lished at Washington, Iowa. II. At the Seventh Annual meeting of accepted.

In making small orders, always for the National Ladies' Aid Societies, the following officers for the ensuing year ward enough money to pay postage, else supplies will be sent by express at the were duly elected and installed, and will cost of receiver. be honored and obeyed accordingly: National President, Miss Belle Gray, Washington, Iowa, National Vice President, Mrs. Belle LeBar Hartfongh, Erie, ber 31, 1893. X. The proceedings of the Seventh National Convention will be published and ready for distribution about the middle of November, perhaps before.

XT. I was appointed by the-Seventh National Convention to carry a set of resolutions of good will to the National Encampments of the G. A. W. R.

j. of G. A. R. and D.

at Indianapolis, but owing to ill health, I could not (turn to page four.) Kansas. National Council: Miss Pearl Wills Clayton, Mis. Katharine Holden Helena, Montana; Mrs. S. A.

Davis, Wor Societies in states where organized Division exists will always order supplies through their respective Division Headquarters. Societies in states where no Division exists will order supplies through National Headquarters. Division Presidents and Society Presidents (in states where no Division exists) will bear in mind that when it becomes necessary to hand in their resignations cester, Miss Nettie Leib, Akron Ohio; Mrs. Mary M. Kline, Hillsdale Mich.

Treasurer, Mr3. J. S. Mason. Me dina Ohio; Chaplain, Mrs A.

P. Davis,.

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148
Years Available:
1890-1893