CHAPTER 223

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

IN REFERENCE TO THE JOINT SESSION OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ON FEBRUARY 12, 1943.

WHEREAS the Senate and House of Representatives of the 109th General Assembly had a joint session held on February 12, 1943 to mark the anniversary of the birth of that great American, Abraham Lincoln, and had the great privilege of hearing the interesting and scholarly address of the Reverend Joseph C. Settle; and

WHEREAS this celebration was rendered far more pleasant and enjoyable, not only for the members of the General Assembly, but also for their guests, by the excellent music and songs furnished by the Band of the Caesar Rodney School and the Glee Club of the State College.

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Senate of the 109th General Assembly, the House of Representatives concurring therein, that the General Assembly desires to express its great appreciation to the Reverend Joseph C. Settle for his inspiring remarks and its sincere thanks to the Band of the Caesar Rodney School and the Glee Club of the State College for their kindness in making the Lincoln's Birthday celebration an outstanding success.

Approved March 3, 1943.