Welcome to The Harvard Moose Family History Page!

May 24th, 1916
Harvard Moose Organized

March 28th, 1921
L. B. PaImer installed as Dictator

January 19th, 1922
Effort made by members of the Loyal Order of Moose to change the name of the Fox river

June 1st, 1922
Open to the Public Meeting at Saunder's Picture Theater

July 20, 1922
Moose soon to have 100 members

September 7th, 1922
Moose wins First Prize in the Labor Day Parade

October 26th, 1922
The Story of Mooseheart

December 6th, 1923
130 couples attend Moose Dance

January 27th, 1927
Women ot Mooseheart Legion to hold dance

January 10th, 1929
Membership Drive to Add to membership of 104

December 19th, 1929
Moose Clears $75 on Dance for Mooseheart

March 20, 1930
Lodge Clears $100 on a Big Benefit Dance

May 15th, 1930
Mooseheart Happiness City for More Than 2,000 Boys and Girls

April 30th, 1931
welfare for llIfare

August 25th, 1932
The Lottery

April 4th, 1935
Dave Strom was elected Dictator

January 30th, 1936
Moose Lodge Sponsors "The Greatest Crime" movie

May 18th, 1939
Moose Members view two talking pictures.
"Tomorrow's Citizens" and "Fraternlty Marches On"

June 08, 1939
Neon Sign Dedicated

August 24th, 1939
Class of 26 join the Moose

November 2nd, 1939
Moose presented with a set of chlmes for membership gain

December 14th, 1939
Christmas Party for Moose Lodge Youth

September 1, 1940
Moose sponsors two day picnic at Lawrence

December 1, 1940
Two Moose members elevated to the Legion

April 25, 1941
Paull Fuller installed as Governor

July 21st, 1941
Paull Fuller reports for duty in Wenona, IL

September 12th, 1941
Everett Johnson installed as Governor

April 24th, 1942
Roland Lemker installed as Governor

May 7th, 1942
WOTM meeting at Moose Hall over Kroger's

June 24, 1942
Moose sponsors annual Harvard Community Hospital Benefit

September 17th, 1942
Moose presents Harvard Community Hospital a check for $508.17

October 8th, 1942
Moose Application for Clubroom Bar Tabled by City Council

July 15th, 1943
"Join the Moose" ad

December 19th, 1943
Gay Christmas Party for Children of the Moose

February 16th, 1944
Moose Stag Party at Moose Hall

February 19th, 1944
Moose Dance at the Masonic Temple

April 28th, 1944
Wilke installed as Governor for second term

April 28th, 1944
WOTM Celebrates Second Birthday of Chapter

May 10th 1944
Resuscitator presented to Harvard Community Hospital

October 16, 1947
Fire at the Moose

November 1, 1947
Construction starts on 201 W Front St.

February 25, 1954
Polio Dance by Moose Nets Record $2,300

May 24th, 1956
Moose offers city athletic field

May 31, 1956
Moose Lodge Leads in Civic Projects

May 02, 1957
City Accepts Moose gift of athletic field

September 28, 1965
Moose Make It 1,311 Members!

March 3, 1968
Moose celebrated its 48th birthday

June 7, 1973
Women Of The Moose Installation

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Updated 17March2021