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National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Margaret Miller Chapter

Huntsville, Randolph County, Missouri




Community Service....

Patriotism....    Education....

Historic Preservation....   Friendship....



Officers

  • Regent--Joyce Van Houten
  • Vice Regent--Laurel Seeley
  • Chaplain--Laura Van Houten
  • Recording Secretary--Rose Crawford
  • Corresponding Secretary--Margaret Block
  • Treasurer--Pamela Fuemmeler
  • Registrar--Nancy Thomas
  • Historian--Elaine Meyr

About Margaret Miller Chapter NSDAR

On May 21, 1932, fourteen women met at the home of Mrs. Margaret Miller Davis. Mrs. Davis was the organizing regent and was installed as the chapter's first regent with ceremony conducted by State Regent, Mrs. Howard Bailey of St. Louis, Missouri. Assisting her was State Vice Regent, Mrs. John Fall Houx of Marshall, Missouri. To honor Mrs. Davis, the chapter was named Margaret Miller Chapter. Mrs. and Mrs. Davis were publishers and editors of the local Huntsville newspaper.

Our Meetings

Margaret Miller Chapter meetings are held September through May on the second Tuesday of the month at 1:00 p.m.   We are currently considering have two of our meetings on Saturdays to allow our working members to attend. Please contact us for meeting dates, times, and locations.   Each regular meeting includes devotions, patriotic exercises, the President General's message, a National Defense report, Constitution Week report, History Moment, the Indian Moment, and a program of patriotic, educational, or historical interest.
  Our chapter is involved with the youth of our communities.   We award scholarships to students of Westran High School in Huntsville and give scholarships and the Good Citizen Award to the four high schools in Randolph County.

Honoring Our Patriots

Margaret Miller Chapter NSDAR proudly honors our Revolutionary War Patriots whose sacrifices led to the freedoms we enjoy in the United States of America. Please view our "Honoring Our Patriots" page.


About the DAR

Facts about DAR and information about joining DAR are available at the National Society DAR web site. Further information about DAR is available at: National Society DAR and Missouri State Society DAR.


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Website last updated September 1, 2012.