Grange - Roscoe Oney
Orange Elect* Offlceri Lloyd Belts was elected Master of the Wellington Grange Werines-1 day evening. Other officers elected are, Arthur Mason, overseer, Mrs. Martha Jeffreys, lecturer; Ernest L. Sharp, steward; Hoscoe Oney, assistant steward: Mrs. John Harbor, chaplain; Mrs. Fleeta Mohr- inan, treasurer; Mrs, Teresa Webber, secretary; Clarence Biirbor, gatekeeper; Mrs. Robert Hrumfirld. Ceres; Mrs Gladys Blessing, Poi mona; Miss Shirley One.v, Flora; Mrs, Roscoe Oney. lady assistant steward. Trustees for three years, Mrs. \M\II Jameyson: Mrs. Miriam Dirlam, pianiit; John Barbor, U^isl.-i- , live agent. Professor Orville Jones and Pro- j fcssor H. G. May of Oberlin, giivo j an illustrated lantern lei-tun- of the | centennial celebration of ilu- co-op- i eralive moveinem ;in<i rxpl.uimi ; the various Co-ops in l.omin coun- 1 ty with speci.il reference t,, tlic REA and Oberlin Sunsunu-rs Cooperative. Herbert Whitney was awarded the special prize. The inrununK I lecturer, Mrs. Jeffreys, is to be sent j to the State Grange meeting in Co- j lumbus in December. Initiation in I the third and fourth degrees by Huntington degree team will be j given at next meeting. Refi fj-li- i menls were served.