In tho Unity Hall, Kensington, on Monday evening tha Miriam Rebecca Lodge, held their fortnightly meeting. One candidate was initiated, after which the installation of otliccrs took place. Bro. Hintcn, Grand Treasurer, presided, being assisted by tho lady deputy, Sister Luvm, and Past "Deputies Sisters "Kemnitz, Runcfnuui. Wilkinson, and Glace. Tho officers then adjourned to the supper room, whero refreshments were provided. The tables were tastefully decorated with fruit ami Hewers. After' supper a. double presentation was made to Sister M. Barr, the retiring PIN.G., who received a P.N.G''s certificate and aLo a gold jewel for past services. Sister Barr has been nu active working member of Oddfellowship for 14 years. Sister Barr responded, and the installing officers each gave a short address. Officers and 'members joined in singing 'For she's a jolly good fellow.'
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LODGE MEETINGS, Evening Star, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915
LODGE MEETINGS Evening Star, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915
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