Sunday, November 11, 2012
Newspaper Tidbit: Honoring Veterans
Richmond Times Dispatch
November 10, 1925
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY TO HONOR WAR HEROES
War Veteran and Civic Workers Will March in Parade. [Special to the Times-Dispatch.] MANASSAS, VA., Nov. 9.—Much interest is shown in the preparation for making Armistice Day one long to be remembered in Prince William County. General Cole and other distinguished speakers will be heard.
The exercises will begin with a parade led by military band, a company of marines, World War veterans, Confederate veterans, Daughters of the Confederacy, Memorial Association, Manassas Kiwanis Club, Masons, Order Fraternal Americans, Swavely School, all the schools in Manassas and one from each district in the county.
The planting of memorial trees for World War veterans will follow. At the conclusion of the program a dinner will be served to visiting soldiers, marines, World War veterans.
The reception committee is composed of the Board of Supervisors, county officials, town officials and Mrs. C. E. Nash, Mrs. C. M. Larkin, Thomas H. Lion, C. A. Sinclair, E. R. Conner, C. J. Meetze, C. E. Nash, C. R. C. Johnson, T. E. Didlake, H. T. Davies, R. S. Hynson, F. R. Hynson, and S. W. Burge.