Concord Enterprise, 27 May 1914


   Isaac Davis Post 138, associate members, and Relief Corps 62¹ attended Memorial services Sunday at the Universalist church, where the pastor, Rev. S. J. Willis, delivered a most able and appropriate address, speaking of the life of the Apostle Paul, referring it to the veterans of '61. The special singing by the ladies' choir, assisted by Miss Lena O'Connell with the violin and a soprano solo by Mrs. Evangeline Hall, were all most beautifully rendered. Before the post and corps entered the church, Miss Fannie E. Witherbee [sic], president of Corps 62, presented Commander A. D. Holt with a beautiful new silk flag², for the post, which was properly marked with gilt letters. The commander accepted the gift with a few fitting words of appreciation for the beautiful gift received, after which both post and corps marched from the vestry to the auditorium, where the service was held. There was a good attendance of both post and corps and every seat in the church was filled. Both the post and corps wish to thank the pastor and people for the many kindly attentions which they received.

1 — Women's Relief Corps, a ladies' auxiliary of the Grand Army of the Republic veterans organization.
2 — This is the flag on display at the entrance of the "Not Afraid to Go" exhibit at the Acton Memorial Library.