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Tie following committees have been
appointed for Memorial day, the program
for the xercises to appear
Program?Mesdames L. W. Floyd,
Robert Wright, T. W. Keitc, Herman
Wright; Miss Eva Goggans.
Music?Mesdames Mary P. Fant, P. j
j C. Gaillard, J. E. Norwood, P. E. Scott; i
j Misses Pauline Gi'der and Bess Kibler.
Decoration Committee. !
Opera House?Misses Lucy Mc-1
Caughrin, Sara Houseal, Moriat Mar-1
tin; Mesdames P. E. Scott, Homer |
Schumpert, H. L. Parr, M. L. Spear- j
j man, Herman Wright,! Messrs. Her-1
j man Wright and H. W. Dominick.
Confederate Monument?Mosdames i
j 0. L. Schumpert. J. E. Norwood; Misses j
| J!\I. L. Burton, fcnzaDetn JuominicK, cer- j
nice Martin; Messrs. Ernest Ander-(
son, W. A. McSwain.
Calvin Crozier Monument?Calvin
Rosemont Cemetery?Mesdames Geo. j
Johnstone, W. H. Hunt, James Mcln- i
tosh, P. C. Gaillard, Mary P. Fant, F. j
R. Hunter, M. L. Spearman, Mary E. j
Hipp, T. W. Harrell, W. H; Eddy, S. B. I
Aull, T. C. Pool. C. H. Cannon; Misses j
Lucy McCaug'brin, Lucy Dominick.
Tillage Graveyard?Mesdames J. Y.
McFall, J. M. Kinard, E. M. Evans,
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Jerry Walton, w. u. nouseai.
IWfest End Cemetery?Mesdames J. Y.
Jones, W. H. Hardeman, J. M. Davis,
Johnstone Graveyard?Mesdames P.
G. lElIisor and 0. B. Mayor.
Veterans' Dinner Committees.
Central Committee?Mesdames Robert
D. "Wright, W. G. Houseal, C. A.
Place and Arrangement?Mesdames j
F. R. Hunter, E. iM. Evans, M. L. Spearman;
Messers. Z. F. Wrigi.t, J. H.
Soliciting?Mesdames W. H. Hunt,
C. ?A. Bowman, J. M. Kinard, Robert
Caldwell, James Mcintosh, IC. H. Cannon;
Miss Fannie McCaughrin; Messrs.
H. W. Dominick, J. M. Kinard, W. H.
I Hunt, J. B. Hunter.
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J. Y.. McFall, O. B. Mayer, P. C. Gaillard;
Misses Fannie McCaughrin, Bernice
Dishes?Mesdames 'E. M. Evans,
Welsh Wilbur, J. P. Sheely, George
Epps, . J. Purcell.
Silver?Mesdames H. L. Parr, J. A. |
' t p Prvnl "R! f!_ Jones: Miss !
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Meats?Mesdames James Mcintosh,
A. T. Brown, IW. G. Houseal, F. R.
Hunter, L. W. Floyd; Messrs F. R.
Hunter, J. Y. McFall, S. B. Aull.
Breads and Salads?Mesdames C. A. '
j Bowman, T. W. Keitt, S. B. Aull, A. J.:
Bowers, Jerry Walton. f i
Coffee?Mesdames Robert Caldwell,
J. R. Davidson, Wm. Johnson, J. M.!
Ward; Miss Gertrude Carwile. t
j Cakes?AJesdames J. M. Kinard, W.
| H. Carwile, J. P. Sneeley, T. C. Pool,
J C. J. Purcell; Miss Maggie Reagin.
Ice Cream?Mesdames C. H. Cannon,
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dau, Welch Wilbur; Misses Mary Reagin,
Waiters?Calvin Crozier chapter.
On account of the limited space in
! which to serve the dinner and the j
necessary confusion incident to serv- <
I inc so large a number, only veterans !
and members of committees will be j
admitted to the dining hall. For the '
above reasons, visitors and children
are requested not to seek admission, j <
j The chairman of each committee will j
be provided with badges entitling the j
members of her committee to admis-j,
The chairman of the cemetery com-11
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j assistance of any interested persons j
j not members of t&e chapters. ;
! Memorial services will be held at ;
! Rosemont cemetery on Sunday afteri
noon, May 9, and the exercises at the 1
i Opera House and the dinner will be
; on Tuesday, the 11th. j
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ADDRESS OF WELCOME OX
BEHALF CATEECHEE COUNCIL
The following is tne aaaress 01 welcome
delivered by Mrs. W. B. Johnson
on behalf of Cateechee council. Degree j
of Pocahontas, on the occasion of the
meeting of the Red Men in Newberry
two weeks ago: j
Mr. O'airman, Chiefs and Mem'odT. |
Our Order, Ladies and Gentlemen: i
It is quite a pleasure for me to come i
before yqu upon this sleep as a rep-|
rpsp-ntativp and nn hphalf of Cateechee I
council, No. 4, Degree of Pocahontas, i
I have submitted to stand on this ros- J
trum as a speaker, instead of sitting :
as a happy listener with my sisters, j
brothers and friends on the broader j
space beneath. Through my lips must
flow a gracious welcome of this aus-'
pieions occasion which brings us together
in these hunting rounds, under
t'ne benign smile of our household
divinities, around the ancient council;
Drana iragrani. wnn i.ne im;euse ui ui- ;
grateful memories of our aborigines.
Today we are gathered for the twenty-sixth
anniversary of the great coun-1
cil of the Improved Order of Red Men,:
and the seventh anniversary of the
great council of the Degree of Pocahontas.
These conventions are filled ;
with plenty of work and always re- ;
membered as pleasant occasions.
Long may V ev ever be held and in- j
terest taKen tnerem,
Long live the Improved Order of Red
Being free friendly and charitable
always, we are fighting for the repu
tations and good names of sisters ani
brothers in distress, and thanks be to
Kishe Manitou, the right is prevailing.
While we are not a political organization,
and do not affiliate as such, we
are striving for tfre brotherhood of
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\jua over an, me Drinueniuuu ui mau :
as nature's true nobleman, and not
holding out to others the tinsel of
worldly goods. Hence, when one of
our number is assailed wrongfully and
is being robbed of all that is precious
to him?good name and reputation?
we forget working for numbers and go
to" his rescue. It nothing else could
commend Red Men to the paleface but j
loyalty and love, it is enough.
And you, sisters and brothers, each!
and every one, you, members of tlie I
Improved Order of Red Men; this our
order, the latch-string upon the outer
side; not wholly hid beneath the folds
of the nations, above ft:em; but an
altar and a shrine for faithful hearts j
and hallowed memories. Be sure from I
yonder skies thc-y look down upon us
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tnis aay; tbc immortal ones wno uum
this order, :itid left it consecrate, a
rich inheritance and ihigh responsibility
to us; who, lire a father should be,
shrink from no danger, no toil, no sac-;
rifice, to serve h.s country and raise:
his children to condition better than 1
And now, sisters and brothers of j
tT:e great councils, Imnrovej Order of;
Red Men, in Cateecnee council's name,
I bid you a warm and hearty welcome,
yea. I bid you something more than
welcome; I bid you know and tec-!.
*nd carry yourselves as if you knew
md felt tlnat you are no longer dreaming,
that this is actually God's country,
your native soil, that, standing ieeiD
in sisterly love, you stand equal length
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ID an our Jionies uuu an vui ucai lo.
With warm and kindly greeting,
We gladly welcome you;
Each heart responsive beating,
In friendship kind and true.
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WHO ? PAYS
THE NEWS OF POMARIA.
Pastor Anderson Resigns?School Exhibition?Picnic?Good
by Chain Gang.
Special to The Herald and News.
Pomaria, .April 29.?Rev. R. H. Anderson
has resigned t'ne Bethlehem
pastorate and has gone to Burke's
Garden, Va., to take up the work t)':ere.
i\Ve were sorry to give up Mr. Anderson,
but wish him every success in
his work. He and his wife made
many friends during their stay here.
I ne ventral sc-ooi naa an exniuition
on last Friday nigtt, the 2-3rd. a
large audience being present to hear
the children speak and sing, which j
was a credit to any teacher and chil-1
dren, and was carried out just fine:
under the care and training of Miss }
Jessie Rutherford, wfoo was unani- i
mously elected by tT:e patrons of the'
school to teach another term, and nas ;
accepted, we are glad to state.
Small grain about Pomaria doesn't;
look like it will be much, especially
oats. Wheat seems to be doing some !
better than oats. The harvest will be
ea^' this year, owing to the dry
The chain gang is doing some fine
work in the town of Pomaria and on
the roads leading to and from Pomaria.
Supervisor Sample is a hus-?
tier and will get in a lot of good work
this summer on the main roads.
There will be an exhibition at the f
Fork school '"ouse next Friday, April j
30. A very attractive program has!
been arranged. T:e school has made
fine progress under the careful teach-1
ing of Miss Louise Richardson. If:
nothing happens- to preent a large
audience will greet her.
T ere will be a picnic at the Newberry
fill, near the residence of Mr.
B. M. Suber. on Saturday, May 1, to j
which everybody (not just a few) is
invited to come and enjoy the day fishing,
boat-riding, etc. In tbe evening
there will be a game between HunterDeWalt
school and the Broad River
team. Come down, Mr. Editor, and
spend a day in pleasure among us.
I know you would enjoy it.
Miss Etr:el Seybt is expected home
next Monday from Nesmith, where she
Is principal of the nigh school, this
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iiiaiuiig iter sccullu jcai wut,
Miss Julia Setzler, who has been
teaching at the Prestley school for
the last two terms, lias closed her
school and returned to her home for
the summer vacation.
Miss Katye Wilson has returned
home from Sally, where she has been
The undersigned merchants and bus
iness men of Pomaria have agreed to
close their stores and places of business
at 6 o'clock from May 3 until
September 1, on all days except Saturdays:
R. H. Hipp, Thos. E. Hentz.
the Setzier Co., W. B. Counts, G. J.
Wilson. ?J. A. nentz, i. m. aione, u.
Mrs. E. S. Sheeley and two little j
sons. Ernest Jr., and Horace Lever,!
have gone to Columbia to spend some
time visiting relatives.
Mr. T. J. Abrams and Miss Harriette
Rutherford, of Whitmire, spent Sun
day with Mr. B. S. "Wicker's family.
Mr. John D. Slheeley ft as gone to
White Rock to spend a while with his
sister, Mrs. Frances Wessinger.
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Aliases ;\uvi^c iva^, mcli xau. ocl
and Eloise Hipp, of Pomaria, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
IMr. and Mrs. W. D. Rutherford and
little daughter Hannah, of Blalrs,
spent some time in the community
and took in the exhibition at Central.
Mr. Jim Kibler, of St. Philip's com-:
munity, has been visiting in the com- j
Miss Jessie Rutherford returned <
from Newberry on Monday. i
Mr. and Mrs. Will Epting, of Lat- i
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Mr. Charles and Misses Lucile and
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Dr. Roy J. Johnson has purchased
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