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Transcribed from the Clearfield Progress April 11, 1918


          District Deputy Great Sachem H. P. Faulkner of Philipsburg was here last night installing the following of­ficers in the local tribe of Red Men:
Prophet—S. I. Sankey.
Sachem—Rex Fauver.
Senior Sagamore—M. M. Condon.
Junior Sagamore—Guy Graham.
Chief of Records—Harry E. Owens.
Collector of Wampam—Chas. F. Shugarts.
Keeper of Wampam—J. W. Merrey.
1st Sannap—Howard Baumbarger.
2nd Sannap—Fred Shugarts
Guard of Forest—E. McFarland.
Guard of Wigwam—J. B. Cairns.
1st Warrior—Al Holt.
2nd Warrior—Wm. Irvin.
3rd Warrior J. C. Merrey.
4th Warrior—Robt. McBlain.
1st Brave—P. J. Turner.


After the installation of officers, the tribe received from committee a beautiful service flag showing 50 members in the U. S. Service and vot­ed to take $1500 of the Third Liberty Loan Bonds. Since the fire the Tribe has been comfortably located in the K. of M. Hall.

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