Before Post 32 purchased the Methodist-Episcopal Church in 1935, they met in members' homes or in rented buildings.
Post 32 was very active in the community and members were respected by their community.
Post 32 performed important functions in our community. After purchasing the Methodist-Episcopal Church building for one dollar in 1935, members had a central location from which to organize and implement their projects.
Legion Hall was always a "dry" meeting hall, but older members said many issues were discussed and settled out on North Fifth or in the alley. Jonathan Davis, who as a young student stayed with friends in a home near the Hall during the week. He loved Legion meeting nights. From his room with a window facing the Hall he heard meetings degenerate into loud German drinking songs usually followed by several volleys from the legion guns.