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the singing of Burn, Fire, Burn, Mammy Moon, and Wo-he-lo, the latter portraying the keyword of the organization, Work, health, love.
The President introduced the speaker of the evening, Rev. Anson Titus of Somerville, who spoke on Present-Day Patriotism, contrasting the fires on the hill-tops and lanterns in the church tower, with the wireless and cable of today, and closing with—
These are great days in which to dedicate ourselves.
The noble utterances of the President of the United States should grip and grasp every fibre of our being.
A greater day is coming.
On May 21st the Historical Society held its regular meeting, the last of the season of 1916-17.
Its charter bears date of May 22, 1896, and the names of nine persons are therein written.
Of these, seven are still living and six were present at this meeting, which, considering proximity of date, took the form of an anniversary occasion, as in fact the Society has rounded out its minority years and is now of