The Cedartown Standard
January 8, 1903
CROSSES OF HONOR Monday, January 19th, at the City Hall-Basket Dinner for Veterans. S. M. Sanders, Co. A, 1st Georgia
CONFERRED ON GEN. LEE'S BIRTHDAY
The Cedartown Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy held their annual election of officers yesterday afternoon, which resulted as follows:-
President-Mrs. T. M. Hightower.
1st Vice President-Mrs. J. A. Wynn.
2d Vice President-Mrs. J. A. Blance.
Recording Secretary-Mrs. J. H. Dodds.
Corresponding Secretary-Mrs. F. S. Bunn.
Treasurer-Mrs. J. W. Barr.
Historian-Mrs. A. D. Hogg.
Credentials Committee-Mrs. W. S. Coleman, chm'n. Mrs. J. D. Hightower and Mrs. R. H. Marchman.
The chapter decided to confer Crosses of Honor on all veterans whose applications are now in hand, and the interesting exercises will occur at the City Hall on Monday, Jan. 19th, the birthday anniversary of General Lee.
Mrs. W. C. Bunn, chairman, Mrs. G. S. Borders, Mrs. W. T. Gibson, Mrs. Seaborn Jones and Miss Willie Wood were appointed a committee to prepsre a program for that occasion, and the ladies have decided to serve a basket dinner to the veterans on that day. The program will be published as soon as arranged.
The following Confederate veterans will receive crosses on the 19th:-
NAMES OF VETERANS
B. T. West, Co. A, 1st Georgia
James M. Wyatt, Co. E, 6th Ga.
L. H. Pettit, Co. D, 35th Ga.
J. J. L. Pearce, Co. H, 35th Ga.
H. W. Beaty, Co. C, 22d Ga.
W. R. Rrock (?), Co. K, 18th Ga.
C. P. Sewell, Co. D, Phillips Legion.
F. P. Jones, Chatham Artillery, Ga.
R. Y. Rudicil, Surgeon 6th Ga.
W. T. McAdams, Co. F, 24th South Carolina.
Willis Reynolds, 3d Maryland Reg't.
Peter C. Harris, Co. H, 45th Ala.
Monday, January 19th, at the City Hall-Basket Dinner for Veterans. S. M. Sanders, Co. A, 1st Georgia
S. M. Sanders, Co. A, 1st Georgia
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