' Elizabeth O. Smith presided as toastmaster at the banquet held last night In Hotel Holland by Cana shrine, No. 17, Order of White Shrine, Margaret M. Swingle was in charge of the affair, and the musical program program was given by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Madden. Mrs. Alice Eynon, worthy chaplain, delivered the invocation. invocation. The address of welcome was given by Mrs.. May E. Pass, worthy high priestess of the . local shrine, and the response was given by Genevieve Genevieve Howe Stelneek, supreme worthy high priestess of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, who was the guest of honor. Seated at the speakers' table, and shown In the above picture, were: standing, left to right, Margaret Ramsey, Anna Morgan, Blodwen Snyder, Alice Eynon, Margaret Phillips Phillips and May Shaffer; seated, Florence Florence Klein, Blanch Jehu, Elizabeth Smith, Margaret Swingle, May Pass, Genevieve Stelneek and Carrie Sikof - sky. Guests of honor included: Lillian C. Maier, worthy high priestess; Alice Heilman, Reading; Catherine Isles, Jessie Gabrio, Hazleton; Edith Seirfass, Henry S. Schaefer, Easton; Frances Hale. Nellie A. Hendershott Wllkes - Barre; Elizabeth Lehr, E. J. Carpenter, Allen town; Mrs. - B F. Beam. E. J. Richards, Annie Frace, Oeorgie Burleigh, Beulah Crevlln, Easton; Anna Dall, Maude Shotwell, Irene Ferry, Maude Williams, Anna Phillips, Wllkes - Barre; Stacia Moore, Reading; Minnie Totten, Cora Fal - bright, Edith Smith, Anna Shegwid - def, Anna Fox and Edith Raub, Hazleton. Hazleton. Scranton members present Included: Included: Margaret Guest, Ella Dear - don, Edith Kelson, Mlna Andrews, Letty Lutz, Mae Shaffer, Florence Klein, Margaret Phillips, Olga Kal - des, Elizabeth Miller, Maud Morgan, Elizabeth Hill. Jennie Eckert, Mary Thierion. Laura Davis. Harriet Bevan, Anna Morgan, Rachel Hughes, Eliza beth O. Smith. Jessie Bausteln. Em ily Talmadee. Rachel Griffiths, Liz zle Morgan, Bertha Williams, Etta Jackson, Anna Smith. Sara Anthony, Catherine Davis and Mrs. John Bea han, Clearfield, N. J. During the morning and afternoon yesterday Mrs. Stelneek conducted school of instruction in Memorial hall. Last evening a brilliant cere monial, held also in G. A. R. hall, followed the banquet.