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("The Antlers News Record" -
Jul 9, 1909, Antlers, OK)
W. 0. W. LOG
MANY VISITING SOVEREIGNS PRESENT
AND A GOOD TIME WAS HAD
Delegates from the different W.O.W. Camps in Pushmataha county met in
the Woodman hall at Antlers Monday night for the purpose of holding the first
quarterly log rolling. All officers being present except Wm. Orr, Con. Com., and
Bart Crawford, escort Adv. Lieut.,
W. E. Ward presided over the meeting.
Following camps were represented:
Antlers, W. A. Redman, W. E. Johnson, and W. V. Jones.
Jumbo, Sam Miller.
Pine Creek, (Kosoma) Sov. Dawsom.
Cedar Hill, (Stanley) Sov. Griffin and Sov. Wiles.
Tushkahoma, Sov. Geo. Belle and Peter B. Hudson.
Albion, Sov. A. 0. Bryant
After reading and approving minutes of last meeting, the following program
Lecture by sov. J. N. Gilmore on W.O.W. log rollings.
Short talks by the following sovereigns: Field deputy J. S. Baggett, W. E. Johnson,
Sov. Dowson, Geo. Hurd, Geo. Belle, A. 0. Bryant, Sov. Compton, Sov. Griffin,
and last but not least "Uncle" Dick Hurd.
A few minutes recess was taken, during which time they were lined up under
command of Captain W. E. Ward and marched to Pipkin's drug store where they
were served with ice cream after which they marched to the forest and enjoyed
a social smoke.
God Bless America
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