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Whereas, Death has again entered out mystic circle and removed from our midst a'brother; therefore, iiS itx'
''Rdsid'lvecl,* Tfiat in the death of Brother Walter jLj^yreeu. whose death occurred ;by' drowning in SilverLake, hear Wyoming, N. ¥., on the 4th of August, 1890, Acme lodge No. 676, I. O. 0- F.s has sustained a lpss of one of its most ardent and zealous workers; the community a, worthy citi¬ zen, and the wife a kind, indulgent husband.
Mes6ife.fl, Tha£ we extend to Sister Hattie B. Ayres our'heartfelt sympathy and cpndp|ence in this her sudden and sad bereavement, and recom¬ mend her to the only source pf consolation in the hour of sorrow.
Resolved, That the hall and emblems of Acme lodge be draped in mourning for the space of 30 days.
Resolved, That these resolutions be spread on the records of the lodge and a copy sent to the widow of our beloved brother.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the Wood County Sentinel and Gazette, the Wood County Democrat and the Wood County Tribune for publication. M. M. Fowler,]
D. Edmonds, [Com. on Resolutions. D.Stahl, J
Bradner, O., Aug 18, 1890.
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