evoted to reports and election of officers.
February 21 we were honored with the presence of George and Martha Washington, in the persons of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Fenton, who sustained their parts with dignity and grace.
Master Topezia and Miss Jergueson, also in costume, vied with their elders, and danced a minuet to the accompaniment of the ancient seraphine.
Mr. Edward Finnegan (High School, 1916) read the Farewell Address, and mandolin music was rendered by Miss Myrtle Meloon and Mrs. Grace Savage.
Among the patriotic airs was the ‘Star Spangled Banner,’ which brought the company to its feet.
As in the previous year, this was the largest attendance.
On March 20 Mr. Gordon Boit Wellman of Malden entertained us with the ‘Ornithology of Middlesex Fells,’ to the delight of all.
The paper at the meeting of April 12, by Mr. Frank Woods Lovering (who was unavoidably absent), was read by Mr. Edwin Crosby—‘The Story of the West Medford Baptist Church.’ The choir of that ch