Originally, the Vice President was the person who received the second most votes for President in the Electoral College.
While the "S" did not stand for any one name, it was chosen as his middle initial to honor both of his grandfathers, Anderson Shipp Truman and Solomon Young.
The family lived in Lamar until Harry was ten months old, when they moved to a farm near Harrisonville, Missouri. Truman did not attend a traditional school until he was eight.
As president, he solicited political as well as personal advice from her. Truman and his brother Vivian later worked as clerks at the National Bank of Commerce in Kansas City; one of their coworkers, who also lived in the same rooming house, was Arthur Eisenhower, the brother of Dwight and Milton.
Truman later said he intended to propose again, but he wanted to have a better income than that earned by a farmer. However, he did not pursue it, because he won election as presiding judge. By the time Truman received this information he had changed his mind, so he never sought notarization.
The men were so surprised to hear Truman use such language that they immediately obeyed. Klemm, who threatened to convene a court-martial, but Klemm never followed through, and Truman was not punished.
To show their appreciation of his leadership, his men presented him with a large loving cup upon their return to the United States after the war. He had entered the service in as a family farmer who had worked in clerical jobs that did not require the ability to motivate and direct others, but during the war he gained leadership experience and a record of success that greatly enhanced and supported his post-war political career in Missouri.
Senate, Truman was transferred to the General Assignments Group, a holding unit for less active officers; he had not been consulted or notified in advance.
Roosevelt desired Senators and Congressman who belonged to the military reserves to support the war effort by remaining in Congress, or by ending their active duty service and resuming their Congressional seats.
After brief initial success, the store went bankrupt during the recession of Two years selling automobile club memberships convinced him that a public service career was safer for a family man approaching middle age, and he planned a run for presiding judge in Truman helped coordinate the Ten Year Plan, which transformed Jackson County and the Kansas City skyline with new public works projects, including an extensive series of roads and construction of a new Wight and Wight -designed County Court building.
He oversaw the dedication in the late s of a series of 12 Madonna of the Trail monuments honoring pioneer women, which were installed along the trail. Roosevelt in the presidential election. Senator from Missouri[ edit ] Drawer from the Senate desk used by Truman After serving as a county judge, Truman wanted to run for Governor or Congress, but Pendergast rejected these ideas.
Truman then thought he might serve out his career in some well-paying county sinecure, but circumstances changed when Pendergast reluctantly backed him in the Democratic primary for the U.
Senate after four other potential candidates turned him down.
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After his party’s blistering defeat in the election, Harry S. Truman, 33rd President of the United States, decided it was time to stop trying to please everyone.
Biography. Harry S. Truman was an American politician who served as the 33rd President of the United States, coming to office on the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt in the last months of World War II.
Bess Truman: Bess Truman, American first lady (–53), the wife of Harry S. Truman, 33rd president of the United States. Bess Wallace, the daughter of David Wallace, a local politician, and Margaret Gates Wallace, came from one of the wealthiest and most prominent families in Independence, Missouri.