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January 2, 1915 – Although the steamer situation was a big handicap to the convention and anniversary celebration held by the Sons of Norway lodge – delegates from Gastineau towns being unable to get there – the affair was fraternally and socially successful. All members from Petersburg and vicinity attended, and a delegation from Ketchikan came up by gasboat. At the banquet there were about eighty members and visitors in attendance.

At the Arctic Brotherhood ball on New Years eve, a novel ceremonial was arranged for midnight. Promptly at that hour, a fire gong sounded, and the Old Ye...

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