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Beth Maxa

Class of 1961

Falmouth Enterprise, Friday, March 03, 1961, Page 9

Young Members Present Program At Pomona Grange

In spite of inclement weather, 86 persons attended sessions of the Cape Cod West Pomona on Saturday when Pocasset Subordinate Grange served as host. Welcome was given by Mrs. Elizabeth Fuller, master of Pocasset and response by Mrs. Arlene Bumpus, Falmouth, who ls the lady assistant steward of Pomona.

The afternoon business meeting was conducted by Hazel Oifford of Cotult, overseer of Pomona, in the absence of Charles T. Fuller, master. Supper was served by the host Grange.

The evening session was in charge of the Pomona Youth Committee whose members filled the chairs as follows:

Beth Maxa, Pocasset. master
Harold Crocker, Falmouth, overseer
Beverly Govoni, Cotuit, lecturer
Karl Poison, East Sandwich, steward
Kay Mallen, Falmouth, chaplain
Gordon Gorman, Blue Hills Pomona, gatekeeper
Shirley Westgate. Sippican, Ceres
Linda Haskell, Buzzards Bay, Pomona
Gay Anderson, East Sandwich, Flora
Jeanne Anders, Pocasset, lady assistant steward.

This group, whose ages are 35 years or younger, also presented the program. Miss Maxa gave a report on Youth Days at National Grange and the seven basic keys of the Youth Program were explained by Gay Anderson, assisted by Danny Cullity.

There was community singing, a cornet solo by Miss Anderson, selections by a trio composed of Miss Anderson, Miss Maxa and Miss Anders; and a pantomime by Miss Maxa. Mrs. Fuller, Youth Chairman, read a poem typical of youth in the Grange, entitled "The Answer".

The Lecturer's march was won by Mrs. Diane Spirlet of Sippican Pomona and Mrs. Maryanne Stockley of Cape Cod East. Officers recognized were Clarence Anderson, Pomona deputy, Jethro Ashley, master of Sippican, J. Albert Torrey, State executive committee and Leland Perry, subordinate deputy.

Visitors came from the Pomonas of Mayflower south, Blue Hills, Kennebec County, ME, Cape Cod East and Sippican.

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