Tag: Mrs. Elizabeth Apgar
In 1961, the Observer-Tribune announced that Bernays Apgar Post Unit 342 of the American Legion members sought cancelled stamps. Auxilliary members also collected coupons and nylons, reminding readers that the container for the stockings was located at the Chester Post Office. Chairperson Elizabeth Apgar said 308 coupons, 11 pounds of nylons, and 3400 stamps were given to the county for the months of October and November.
In 1955, a committee from the Bernays Apgar Post of the American Legion entertained and visited patients at Lyons Hospital for Veterans. The members were Mrs. Elizabeth Apgar, Willard Apgar, John Apgar, Mrs. George Apgar, Mrs. Hazel Apgar, and Leonard Barker. Barker was the state representative of the American Legion at Lyons. Source: Mendham-Chester Tribune
In 1955, the Chester Auxiliary of the American Legion delivered four truckloads of donated furniture to two veterans who had lost their homes due to recent floods. The Auxiliary was headed by Mrs. Russell Apgar, Mrs. Elizabeth Apgar, and Mrs. John Steinberg. The ladies and their husbands collected the donated materials in addition to other donations for those affected by the flooding. Source: The Mendham-Chester Tribune.