Old Settler's Association of Grayson County, Vol. 1. Page: 90 of 322 (Transcription)

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Executive Com. [abbr: Committee] elected.
Horace Sea, H I Tuck, Wm [abbr: william] Batsell, [overstrike: W W Wheat] J. P. Loving, W W Wheat

1890

Program as adopted by Executive Com.

First day August 28th.
Address of Welcome by Hon. [abbr: Honorary] Jas. [abbr: James] S Porter, Mayor of Sherman at 11 a.m.
Response by Jas. D Woods President of Association.
Basket Dinner.
The afternoon to be devoted to social enjoyment with music, dancing, games, etc.
At night an address by Allison Mayfield Esqr. [abbr: Esquire] of Sherman to be followed by extemporaneous speeches.

Second day Friday Aug [abbr: August] 29th 1890
Speech at 10 a.m. by Hon. [abbr: Honorary] J. W. Throckmorton of McKinney.
Basket Dinner.

Afternoon business meeting at 2 o'clock sharp for elections of officers and transaction of other business of the association.
Speech by Hon. J W Bailey of Cooke Co. [abbr: county] at 8 p.m.
Valedictory address by Rev. [abbr: Reverend] Jno. [abbr: Johnathan] Connelly of Trenton [gap: illegible] Co.

J D Woods
J P Loving
A Dickerman

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