itness that the Journal man's report of the same, which followed on March 25, is correct:—
West Medford Christian Union.
The annual meeting of the West Medford Christian Union was held in Mystic Hall last Monday evening. Mr. A. B. Morss was elected Chairman, and S. S. Leavitt served as Secretary.
The report of the Clerk and Treasurer was presented, showing the society to be in a sound condition financially.
The report was unanimously accepted.
Messrs. Farwell, Stevens, McLean, Mann and Ritchie were elected to serve as an Executive Committee for the ensuing year.
It was voted that the thanks of the society be presented to the Pastor, Rev. Mr. Charpiot, for the able and faithful manner in which he has discharged the duties of his office, and that he be invited to remain with us another year.
The Executive Committee were instructed to confer with the proprietors of the Smith Estate in regard to the land which they had kindly offered to donate to the society to build
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 (electric) light on both speakers' subjects, thus renewing a pleasing feature of former occasions.