FRANCIS Unveils Memorial, WLS is speaker

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FRANCIS Unveils Memorial, WLS is speaker - Run visitors by the ob Carlisle, son WILL...
Run visitors by the ob Carlisle, son WILL DEDICATE KEY MEMORIAL Miss Seabrook will UnvcillMonument at Famous Author's Birthplace. Persons Numbered among the Speakers Chosen! Gettysburg will take special inter- :st in the unveiling and dedication he monument at the birthplace of Trancis Scott Key, near Taneytown, next Saturday. /Miss Frances Seabrook, of- Westminster, Westminster, well known here, will pull ;he cord which will release the American flag that now covers the monument, and among the speakers will be Dr. W. A. Granville, of Gettysburg, and W. L. Seabrook, of Westminster, Westminster, a frequent visitor here. monument was placed this week at the Baumgardner farm near Taneytown. Taneytown. In addition to the speakers named others who will be present to take part in the exercises will be State officers of the P. O. S. of and the ladies auxiliary, and the superintendents of the Carroll and Frederick county -schools. Governor Goldsborough, of Maryland, Maryland, has been invited. Senator Penrose, of Pennsylvania, will be present if he can arrange to do so, which seems assured. Pennsylvania will be represented by Samuel C. Wells, past state president of the P. O. A., of Pennsylvania, and Herman Miller, the present executive. Reports from everywhere indicate an immense crowd, but the Baumgardner Grove will be ample for the unveiling, as many as possible should walk, as there is danger of congesting the roadway with 4 conveyances; conveyances; however, with the consent of Mr. Baumgardner, a reasonable number of teams can be accommodated by driving past the house", into the orchard. The address there will be William F. Williams, of Baltimore, with a brief introductory by State President Seabrook, an invocation, and the "Star Spangled Banner." rest of the speakers will be heard the grove. The monument was placed on Tuesday and Friday, after which it covered, not to be unveiled until "rday the 12th.

Clipped from Adams County News12 Jun 1915, SatPage 5

Adams County News (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania)12 Jun 1915, SatPage 5
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