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Society Elections

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Washtenaw Chapter, No. 6, R. A. M., held its annual election of officeni Monday evening and the following were chosen to serve for the eusuiug year: L. C. Goodrich, H. P. ; W. H. Dorrance, K. ; J. B. Davis, S. ; C. E. Hiscock, treasurer; Norman D. Gates, secretary ; W. E. Howe, C. o f H. ; J. Fred Hoelzle, P. S. ; Gpo. L. Moore, R. A. C. ; Elmer E. Beal, M. 2d V. ; Oscar Burkhardt, M. 2d V. ; B. Frank Olinger, M. lst V. ; Gapt Thomas Taylor, sentinel. At the election of Ann Arbor Camp, No. 2,796, Modern Woodmen, Mouday evening the following were eJceted offlcers for the ensning year: Venerable consul, Encoh Sears; worthy advisor, Frank Cnnniugham ; eminent baaker, Wm. Shadford; olerk, Geo. P. Stauch; watchman, George Clark; sentry, Will Olney; escort, Alvin St. Clair; forester, 8id Bangs; board of managers, Charles Esslinger, John Mahlke, Win. Barrows; delegato, Engene Gilmore altérnate, Wm. Shadford; physicians, E. Clark and John, Boylau. The Catholic Mutual Benevolent Aásociation met last Tuesday evening and elected the following as officers for the coming year: Spiritual advisor, Rev. E. D. Kelly; chancellor, M J. O'Brien; president, Tho. Horen ; firsc vice, Patriek Welsh ; second vice, Ni rinan Camp ; recordiug ecretary, Geo. H. Fisher; assistant, Wm. H. Mclntyre, jr. ; financal secretary, B. St. James; treasurer, James Boyle; marshal, Wm. Byrne; p:uard, M. Williams; trustee, M. J. Jiiianangh and John Grace. Tbe offlcers elcet of Otseningo Lodge, No. 295, I. O. O. F., for the next six uouthsare: R E. Portwine, N.G. ; C. H. Maor, V. G. ; E. B. Bajucorft, R. S. ; John Wahr, P. S. ; George H. Miller, treasnrer. Tbey will be iustalod at the flrst meeting iu Jannary, when the other offloers will be appointed. ■