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1933-1934


 

President: George M. Porter
Secretary: H. I. Aston

The main objective was to survive the depression and try to hold up the membership, which had dropped significantly with the onset of the Great Depression. Annual dues were reduced to $10. Membership increased from 50 to 55.

Judge Foster, of Tulsa, gave a stirring address on "Hitlerism."

Assisted Choctaw Area Boy Scout Council in putting on the first Boy Scout Circus.

Conducted the Salvation Army drive, raising a total of $500.

Rural-Urban Relations meeting was held at Blanco.

McAlester Club won an attendance contest with the Muskogee Club, and our members were guests at a banquet in Muskogee.


Originally compiled from personal interviews, club records and all available means, by Lloyd Puckett (Club President, 1950-1951)

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