torical Society Reaches Majority in its New home.
It was fitting that the Society's hearthstone should figure in the exercises of the April meeting just prior to Patriots Day. It is current history that troops of boys known as Scouts, and their sisters, the Camp Fire Girls, are taking up beautiful and instructive lessons in patriotism, loyalty and usefulness, that has a hopeful indication and outlook.
Three of these camps, Sagamore, Mystic and Nahanadah, united under their guardians, Mesdames Kenny, Proctor and Snell, as the Sag-my-nah Council, were the guests of the evening.
Their entrance of the hall, their costumes and ceremonies, their salute to the flag and pledge of loyalty were of great interest.
Surrounding the broad hearthstone they lit the Society's initial fire, that some members had been anxious before to do. We will quote here from Mrs. Fuller in the Medford Messenger—
In accordance with the usual custom at all meetings of the Camp Fire Girls, the central symbo