veral members gave accounts of summer vacation experiences, a letter from Mr. Remele (who had recently removed to California), telling of scenes there was read and listened to with interest.
Miss Hila Helen Small of the High School staff then gave an instructive and interesting address on Dante.
On November 21 was the Thanksgiving Time Meeting.
President Ackerman spoke of contrasts between 1621 and 1921 and read of the first Pilgrim thanksgiving day.
Master Kenneth Ames and Miss Dorothy Richards read peace selections from the poet Whittier, and this part taken by our young visitors was much appreciated.
While the assembly stood, announcement was made of the recent deaths of two long-time members, Rosewell Bigelow Lawrence and Leonard Jarvis Manning.
At the meeting of December 18 Mrs. Mary Soule Googins, a member (and Mayflower descendant from George Soule) read an interesting paper,The Women of the Mayflower, which is in register, Vol.
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