say that they will give the land for a meetinghouse.
Messrs. Story, Judkins and Holton never were behind hand in good deeds.
Three cheers for the friends that make this generous offer!
Now who will have the honor of giving the stock?
Who? We shall be glad to announce the name next week.
Three cheers and a tiger for the man, whoever he may be!
The following month there appeared in the same Medford Journal a communication that was both history and appeal, under date of March 18:—
editor of the Journal:—Will you allow me to say a few words in relation to the West Medford Christian Union Society:
That organization has now been in existence for about three years, and from the start it has done well, the last year, especially, being of unusual interest.
Mystic Hall has been filled every Sunday with attentive audiences, and the Sunday school embraces nearly all the children in the place.
In fact the Hall has become altogether too small for the purposes of the
Forecast and Social Hour.
Early Presidential Politics.
Sherwin L. Cook, Esq., Roxbury.
Development of Old Boston.
Illustrated. Mr. Walter Kendall Watkins, Maiden.
Reports, Election of Officers.
Music by Trinity Church Orchestra.
Rev. Anson Titus, Somerville. Vocal Solos, Mrs. Annie Redding Moulton, West Medford.
William Penn (with side lines). Mr. George H. Remele, West Medford.
The Federal Constitution.
Hon. George Wv. Fall, Malden.
Wellington, Ancient and Modern.
Illustrated. Mr. Abner Barker, Medford. Soloist, Mrs. G. J. Slosser, West Medford.
Pianist, Mrs. Gertrude Brierly, West Medford.
Light refreshments served on this and previous occasions by the Hospitality Committee, Miss Atherton and Mesdames Googins and Mann. Mr. Brayton, of the high school, threw some