age the committee to invite other speakers to address us, so the remaining have been sustained by our own membership.
In November it was fitting that the subject should be The Pilgrims at Provincetown.
Mr. Wilson Fiske led off in a talk on the timely subject and was followed by several others, and the meeting was one of much interest.
At the December meeting, special consideration, this being the Plymouth Day. Mr. Remele read historic selections, Miss Atherton told the story of Elder Brewster's life in England and Holland, and Mr. Mann read a short paper on the time and causes of the Pilgrim movement.
This meeting was of much interest and more largely attended.
The annual meeting in January was on one of the coldest evenings of the winter, and there was but a small attendance, but the reports were made, and officers elected for the ensuing year.
The February meeting was An Evening with Parson Turell.
Mr. Remele read selections from Brooks' History relating to him. Mr. Ma