Clipped From Woodland Daily Democrat
Eastern Star Fetes Veteran Officials Following the annual custom, Yolo Chapter No. GO, Order of the Eastern , Star paid special honor last night1 to the past matrons and past patrons . of the order. The festivities opened with a banquet at Hotel Woodland,' attended by the members and a large! number of guests, many of them vis - 1 itors from out of town. Letter TT ' Cranston, worthv natron rfnliv,., - J the address of Following i - hn hannnot v, bers adjourned to Masonic hall whe - c I a" regular meeting was held and a ! program enjoyed. Mrs. Gertrude I Freeman, pioneer matron and chap - .1 "la lain, related some of the early his - ! tory Of the r - hanf - ev ATJcc r,,. Blowers in turn related some of the activities of Mrs. Freeman, who in ' 1881 was grand matron of the state. J Mrs. Asa G. Proctor as "Ruth", MrsJlI Annabelle Younger as "Ada", Mrs. Ida Gregg as "Esther", Mi Blum as "Martha" and Mrs. Benjamin atepnens as "Electa" gave the histon of the "Five - point Heroines". At the close of the program Irvir Clover announced an entertainment tc be given as part of "Public Schools" week at the high school auditorium Tuesday, April 22. The affair will be sponsored by Masonh bodies in Woodland.