The, Pioneer So. 2 Lodge. 1.0. G.T., hcM their quarterly meeting on Tuesday night in the Lower Putins Hail. P>ro, L. ("aiueron, t'.T., presided over a good attendance. 'Die officers' reports for tin) quarter proved very interesting, and showed the lodge to be in a sound condition. As the L.D.. was unavoidably absent, Pro. R. Moriisott. L.D.. Lily i i ihe Valley Lodge, attended, and conducted the installation in an impressive manner. All the officers but one were
present. Arrangements were made tor the juvenile concert, tsister Cameron intimated that tiie children desired to torgo th-'ir tisual Christmas treat, and that part of the proceeds he devoted to the patriotic fund. P>ro. T. H. Dalton spoke, on the good of the Order. As the item vis ‘ .■''Tiers’ Surprise.’ the sisters pro--1 id-'d some good things, which were mucli enjoyed. Hearty greetings were received ft-,in the brothers who are away to the from, and they reported ail well.
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LODGE MEETING, Evening Star, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914
LODGE MEETING Evening Star, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914
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