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Centenial year. All meetings held
except the Exhibition. So many of and
members were attending the somewhat
more attractive show, in Phil."


May 1st the second meeting of the season was
held at "Fulford", when Thomas & Beulah Lea
the resided. At the June meeting, at Hermon
we gladly welcomed a member the bride of Samuel Hopkins.
The Exhibition was omitted. Our President
was attending upon his Father, and we were
all feeling deep sympathy and grief, for
the suffering and death of Benjamin Hallowell.


The second of this year complete. All
meetings well attended. Exhibition Sept. 5th
(Motto) "Learn to Labor And To Wait."


At the opening meeting, April 1st D. A. Lea
resigned. We regretted the loss of so valuable
a member, and extended and invitation
to her, to come to the meetings, whenever
her health permitted. A list of name of
applicants for membership, had been placed
in the book of our Secretary; - We found
the family of Charles J. Brooke was

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