Services in memory of Elks brother George Sparrow (and others), William Campbell
SORROW BAY SERVICES. Greenville totlge, No. 148. II. V- «• E Remember* Departed Brothers. Greenville Lodge, No. 145, Brotherhood Protective Order of Elks, held Vheir annual memorial services in their lodge rooms in the Goodwin block, Sunday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, with about 90 members present. The ceremonies were the same as those ob served in the public meeting, which have been held in Laird opera house for the past several years. Exalted Ruler Harry D. West presided, and all the officers were in their places. The services were held in memory of departed Brothers Dr. Fielding; Donaldson, Jr., George Sparrow and William W. Campbell. After the opening ode Captain James A. Morrison delivered a well prepared address. He was followed by J. S Smith, who spoke at length on "The Departed Brothers." William M. Gulh- ford also made an address. A quartet composed of members of the lodge rendered several appropriate selections during the afternoon.