Of­fi­cers in­stalled

The Citizen-Record (Cumberland) - - THE CITIZEN -

OX­FORD

- The No­mads of Au­vadaka met Wed­nes­day evening with 16 in at­ten­dance.

Fol­low­ing the open­ing in rit­u­al­is­tic form with Rani June Cameron at her sta­tion, or­der of busi­ness fol­lowed with min­utes of the pre­vi­ous meet­ing and com­mu­ni­ca­tions.

Mem­bers sick were re­ported on. No­mad Pa­tri­cia Parker has been in hospi­tal and now with her daugh­ter Carolyn, in Springhill. All were asked to pray for her.

Au­di­tors and com­mit­tee re­ports were given and ac­cepted. Bills were paid. The pot luck sup­per has been post­poned un­til June. Drap­ing of the char­ter was rev­er­ently done in mem­ory of de­parted No­mad Doris Web­ber. In­stal­la­tion of of­fi­cers fol­lowed with No­mad Eve­lyn Brown as in­stalling of­fi­cer. One of­fi­cer was ab­sent and will be in­stalled at the next meet­ing. Ranie June Cameron gave an ac­cep­tance speech. All other com­mit­tees will stay the same for the en­sur­ing term. Lunch com­mit­tee for April will be He­len Win­ters and Eve­lyn Brown.

Ma­bel Lowther won the mys­tery prize, and next month’s mys­tery prize will be bought in by Ar­dath Rae.

Fol­low­ing clos­ing, lunch was served and fel­low­ship en­joyed

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