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Greenville Plans for 30th Re
(Special to The Record)
Greenville, Aug. 16.-Arrange
ments for the first reunion of the
.veterans of the "Old Hickory" (the
30th) division, famous as the break
ers of the once invincible Hinden
burg line, at? Greenville, where the
division trained for that wonderful
feat, are fast taking definite shape
under the efficient direction of
Frank P. Bowen, of Knoxville, sec
retary and treasurer of the Old
Hickory division association, with
headquarters at Georgetown, S. C.
The date of this re-union is set for
September 29-30. These days fall
on Monday and Tuesday, which will
give the members all day Sunday
in which to congregate at Green
ville and will prevent their losing
an extra day from business.
An invitation has been extended
t? President Wilson to attend the re
union and address the veterans of
the 30th. While it is not definitely
arranged, convention officials feel
certain ,he will accept the invita
tion. General L. D. Tyson, who com
manded the Fifty-ninth brigade,
and who is one of the members of
the executive committee of the as
sociation, will be present and will
be one of the principal speakers.
The "Hickory Nuts," the official
fun-makers of the division, will be
present and will give several per
formances. Sergt. B. Wesley Way
land, who is manager of this com
pany of actors, has announced that
they will be there.
Entertain Men in Homes
Greenville, as most of the men
of the 30th division already know,
is a beautiful city of about 30,000
population, located on the Southern
railroad system, and is noted for
its climx*e and water.
Mr. Bowen states that hotel facil
ities in Greenville are as good as
can be found in the state and that
the association has received author
itative assurance from the citizens
of the city that private homes will
be thrown open to all men attend
ing the convention. "The citizens .of
Greenville have very kindly offered
to entertain the men in their homes
free of charge," said Mr. Bowen.
Greenville Gives Welcome
The Southern Textile hall, the
/largest hall south of the city of
Philadelphia, has been promised to
the association for its meetings free
of charge. Mr. Bowen states that 1
the citizens show bv every act and
work that they want the men to 1
come and partake of their hospital
ity, Committees of men and women I
have been organized to arrange en
tertainment and everything possible
for the pleasure and comfort of the
men is promised. A number of base
ball games, dances, etc., have alrea
dy been planned.
Reduced Railroad Rates
Mr. Bowen has taken up with }
the Southwestern Pasesnger com
mittee in Atlanta, the question of
reduced passenger rates for those
?men attending the reunion. Rates
of one per cent per mile have alrea
dy been procured from all points
within the states of ,Tennessee,
North and South Carolina. Efforts
are being made to get these rates
made applicable from all points
within the United States.
Telegraphic authority has been
received from Secretary of War.
Baker authorizing all members of
the association to wear the uniform
at the convention, and Mr. Bowen
pi edicts that Greenville will look
something like it did two years ago
when all the men arrive for the
big two-day celebration. Discharge
chevrons must be worn on all uni
forms. Badges will be furnished to 1
all men who intend to go, upon reg
istration, and the official insignia
buttons will be distributed at the ;
Urges Veterans to Register
Secretary Bowen wishes to im
press every veteran of the Old Hick ,
ory division with the necessity of .
registering his name and the unit
with which he served with the asso
ciation headquarters and of paying
the initiation fee which is very
small. This fee he says, entitles the (
men to all the many privileges and
benefits of the association and as
the fees amount to a great deal
when all are paid it makes the re
union possible. He also requests ev
ery man to notify headquarters at
Georgetown if his name, address or
organization has been incorrectly
filled in on the membership card or
if his street or city address has been
changed in any way. (
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Woman's Missionary Union.
Auxiliary to Edgefield Baptist As
sociation Stevens Creek church,
August 27-28. The first session will
begin Wednesday morning at 11:00
Woman's Mission Society Session.
Song-"Jesus Calls Us."
Devotions-Mrs. J. N. Talbert,
.Greetings-Miss Ruby Ransom.
Response-Mrs. T. M. Arrington,
Review of Woman's Societies.
The societies will be seated by di
visions, and those who have been se
lected by their society to make the re
ports will be invited to take the
front seats during singing of the first
hymn. Each one will be expected to '
answer three questions: (1) Have
you met apportionment? (2) Total
amount of gifts? (3) Are you on the
Each society is expected to appoint
their representative at . their last
August meeting, so that they will
know in time to make preparation i
for the meeting.
Introduction of Visitors.
Reports: (a) Secretary, Miss Ruth
Salter, (b) Treasurer, Miss Kellar
Fair; (c) Presidents of Division: 1st. I
Mrs. W. B. Cogburn, 2nd Mrs. Henry I
Medlock, 3rd Mrs: J. M. Bussey. j
Report of chairman of Mission
Study, Mrs. B. L. Mims.
Message of Superintendent, Mrs.
J. L. Mims. .
Achievements of South Carolina
Union in relation to Southern Union,
Mrs. Donald Smith, Antioch.
Baptist $75,000,000 Campaign,
Mrs. J R. Fizer.
Planning Campaign for Royal Ser
vice subscriptions, signatures to
Stewardship and Emergency Pledge
Cards and enlistment for service
Reading Associational Policy by
secretary, Miss Ruth Salter.
Offering for Edisto Academy.
Thanksgiving for year's blessings.
Afternon session in charge of Miss
Lanham, Associate Superintendent of
Young Woman's and Girls' Auxili
aries and Royal Ambassadors.
Song-"O, Zion Haste."
Twenty-third Psalm in concert.
Sentence prayers by Y. W. A.'s
Review of Y. W. A.'s and G. A.'s
Repe rt of Y. W. A. Superinten
dent, Miss Emmie Lanham.
Relating the College Girls' talents
ko the W. M. U., Miss Florence Mims.
Special song message, Miss Mar
Report on Training School, Miss
Plans for Young Peoples' Mission
Work, Mrs. R. G. Lee.
Song, "The King's Business," Edge
field Royal Ambassadors.
Report of R. A. Chapter. '
Making the Missionary Appeal at
tractive to our boys, Mrs. E. S.
Edgefield Girls' Auxiliary, in
charge of Mrs. E. G. Lee.
Thursday, August 28.
Sunbeam session in charg? of
Opening song, "From Greenland's
Processional of Children.
Devotional, Promises of God.
Prayer by Red Oak Grove Sun
Lake Sunbeam Song.
The colors of the Rainbow, exercise
by seven rirls.
Bands ::n Review.
Honor Roll bands.
Report of Associate Superinten
dent of bands, Mrs. Tillman.
Story-Telling, Miss Florence Mims.
Distribution of Rainbow Charts,
Presentation of Banner.
Lucile Chapman Bed, Maizie Kemp.
Mr. W. H. Nixon of the Connie
Maxwell Orphanage will be present
and tell about the Orphanage, bring
with him a group of children from
The Woman's Missionary Union as
[ see it-Mr. O. Sheppard.
Morris College-Mrs. S. T. Adams
of Clark's Hill.
Memorial Service for our boys and
Obituary Report, Mrs. T. B. Cul
Hymn-"Shall We gather at the
Reports: Personal Service, Mrs.
W. G. Wells of Republican.
Margaret Fund, Mrs. W. A. Stephens
of Hardy's. Literature, Mrs./ T. J.
Briggs, Hardy's. Aged Ministers, Mrs.
W. O. Whatley, Colliers.
One-minute Talks 'by pastors of the
$75,000,000 Campaign, Dr. R. G.
Lee, associational organizer.
Election of officers.
Report of committee on Time and
Place and resolutions.
Adoption of Policy.
Appointment of standing commit
Prince of Wales Warmly
St Johns, N. F., Aug, ks.-- After
having received a royal reception to
day-his first on Canadian soil-the]
Prince of Wales, accompanied by Sir
Robert Borden, premier of Canada,
who will accompany him to Quebec,
returned to-night to the British cruis
er, Dragon, and there played host at
an official dinner before sailing to
morrow for Halifax.
The royal visitor received cheers
without number from tba thousands
who lined his route to the water front
and pressed on to the pier to which
he was escorted by provincial and city
officials. His farewell there was with
out formal utterance.
The day, although marred by in
clement weather, brought crowds
from all parts of New Brunswick to
add to the cheering hosts already here
to welcome the prince. Reception af
ter reception was accorded him and
enthusiastic gatherings met him
everywhere. From the armory,' where
he was first ocially welcomed in for
mal addresses to the province of New
Brunswick and the city of St. Johns,
and the Union Club, where;he was en
tertained at luncheon by Premier
Foster, the prince went to the govern
ment house at Rothesay, where an
elaborate reception was arranged for
him by Lieutenant Governor and Mrs.
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