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FORESTERS.

It is now twelve months since Court Guiding Star —a branch of the Juvenile Foresters for girls only—was opened, and on Wednesday evening the election of officers for the next term took place, which caused considerable interest among the girls. The following are the officers elected for the ensuing term P.C.R., Sister Walker ; C.R., Sis. M. Gunn; S.C.R., Sis. Harlamd ; M.'S., Sis. E. Dale ; S.W., Sis. V. Wiig ; J.W., Sis. I. Wiig ; 5.8., Sis. M. Mathieson ; J. 8., Sis. M. Adam. Sis. A. Cooper, president of the 'Juvenile Court, conducted the election. After the Juvenile meeting the adult female members held their usual meeting, when one candidate was initiated, and two more proposed.

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FORESTERS., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 23, 28 September 1907

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FORESTERS. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 23, 28 September 1907

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