The Pan American Round Table met
Members can still pick up yearbooks.
Members wanting the basic UDC set of pins were asked to get in touch with Slusher. Also, members were reminded to turn in gifts for veterans in
Edmondson reported on the SCV meeting held in
Ellison presented the program, "Disease Followed Them Everywhere." Members learned that more soldiers in both armies died from disease than from bullets because the men were always crowded together in the camps and sanitary conditions did not exist. The measles caused the largest number of soldier deaths.
Johnny Reb played "Dixie" on his banjo and the meeting was adjourned.
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