of Sto- Greet called 111 a lone and who i for a two of Hug with his wif of lit an time aftc gree of Ke recalled tha to Ncwpoi he sailc spent muc Island Koun T ihat in vario C with his he sold. At Newport stay, York !o sail ASA CONVENTION HAS ONE-DAY SESSION HERE usiness Meeting and Dinner Held at Viking Hotel Wslricl 3 Holds Reception For New Officers; Program In- cludes Speaking at Ihe Hotel Viking its thirty-sixth an- PROGRAM OUTLINES Addresses Unit Meetin Saturday ....... . ., . nual convention, district 3 of the Order of V'asa compressed its business Into a one-day session which began at r.oon, was Interrupted Interrupted by the formal welcome to the city and the early evening dinner dinner and concluded at a late hour. Muss liertha Johnson, president of Lodge Karl XV of this city, and licr officers were hosts to the convention. convention. the first held here by the order in many years. Alderman John Mahan. representing representing Mayor Henry S. Wheeler extended a 'greeting and the courtesies courtesies of the city during the afternoon. afternoon. being presented by Lars Johnson. Other speakers of the convention, after the dinner, in- uded H. Herman Fahlman of Vest Warwick, newly elected resident; Mrs. Anna C. F.k. rc- iring president who was given Mccllng Ot Built Business" Amies field sccretar of Busi- [year, Women's'"'""'' a Newport addressed the bouquet of flowers; Sven Liljen- ah!, grand lodge deputy; Knut ohnson, grand lodge deputy for Sassachusetts; Olaf Bergren, dis- rict master; Ernest Gis'ow, vice district master; J. Blonigren, dis- rict treasurer; George Hedman, district secretary, and Mrs. Ellen Nelson, president of the children's clubs, all of Massachusetts. A telegram from Bernard Kraft, grand master, regretting his inability inability to attend and extending commendation to the district was read. The assemblage also held a brief memorial service for the 39 members deceased within tie past. Seven new members were meeting at Wednesday on the year's built around She said though she were Secretary- marvelous Pilv , lucket . homogeneous and; vj ce secretary--Oscar Jacobson. T r e a s u r e r - S i g f r i d Arbidson, explained, is elected to the district body. A large volume of routine business business was transacted, with Mrs. Ek presiding, culmiijatius with the a-ir-.ual election of the following officers: officers: District Master--F. Herbert Fahlman, Fahlman, Pontiac. Vice Master--Mrs. Astrid Liljedal. Liljedal. --Kar: J. Samuelson. This is an age inquiry and informed, not inspiration to as" not '-o be Providence. Chaplain--Mrs. Carl J. Samuelson, Samuelson, Pawtucket. Master ot" Ceremonies--Mrs. Helen Johnson, Providence. Vice Master Ceremonies--Mrs. Gustave Anderson, Warwick.