The Idaho Society of the
Sons of the American Revolution

           

    

Historical Documents of the Idaho Society, SAR

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Members of the Idaho Society
who have served as
Vice President General, National Society, S.A.R.

1914 - 1915 Marshall William Wood, Boise
1953 - 1954 John Robert Gobble, Idaho Falls
1961 - Edmond Chilton Phoenix, Pocatello

Past Presidents of the Idaho Society, S. A. R.

1909-19 Marshall William Wood, Boise
1920 Frank Goowin Nelson, Boise
1921 Harry Keiser, Boise
1922 Albert Holmes Conner, Sandpoint
1923 Charles Lawrence Longley, Boise
1924-26 James Lewis Denman, Boise
1927 Clinton Henry Hartson, Boise
1928 Marshall William Wood, Boise
1929 Stanley Alexander Easton, Kellog
1930-31 Frederick Jones (no address)
1932-37 Wilbur Dwain Vincent, Boise
1938-39 LaFayette Russell ParBrucesons, Moscow
1940-43 Ivar Grant Holiday, Boise
1944-45 Harrison Clifford Dale, Moscow
1946-48 Marcus John Ware, Lewiston

1949-50 Walter Wayne Smith, Moscow
1951 Clement Wilkins, Coeur d' Alene
1952Edson Hart Deal, Nampa
1953 John Robert Gobble, Idaho Falls
1954 Earl David, Moscow
1953 John Robert Gobble, Idaho Falls
1954 Earl David, Moscow
1955 George Edward Bacheller, Boise
1956 Faber Francis Tway, Idaho Falls
1957 Ezra Ray Whitla, Coeur d' Alene
1958 Theodore Franklin Meyer, Boise
1959 Edmond Chilton Phoenix, Pocatello
1960 Maynard Morton Belknap, Lewiston
1961 Clyde Erwin Rush, Boise

CHAPTERS OF THE IDAHO SOCIETY


Old Fort Hall (photo) Chapter No. 1,
Pocatello

Col. William Craig Chapter No. 2, Lewiston-Moscow

Eagle Rock Chapter No. 3, Idaho Falls

Fort Sherman Chapter No. 4, Coeur d' Alene

Fort Boise (photo) Chapter No. 5, Boise

*Ten members of the Idaho Society, in any locality, may form a Chapter, adopt a Constitution and By-Laws for the goverment thereof (not inconsistent with the Constitution and By-Laws of the Idaho and National Societies). The ten (or more) members should request an application for a Chapter Charter from the State Society Secretary, the Application being in the form of a petition which, when presented to the State Society, will be acted upon by either an Annual Meeting of the State Society, or by the Board of Managers in the interim between meetings. A minimum of ten members in good standing must be maintained to retain the Chapter.
(*This has been amended to Five members)


PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

I Pledge Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for Which It Stands, One Nation, Under God, Indivisible, With Liberty And Justice For All.


THE AMERICAN CREED

I Believe in the United States of America as a government of the people, by the people, and for the people; whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a republic; a sovereign nation of many sovereign states; a perfect union, one and inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes.

I Therefore Believe it is my duty to my country to love it; to support its Constitution; to obey its laws; respect its flag; and to defend it from all enemies.