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but the 60 years Memorial Day At Mt. Holly Springs The South Mountain Americar Scout Legion Post and Auxiliary, the Bo Mrs. Starry, W. and at midnight hospital, a are afternoon Cockin comm ittee and Scouts will attend church services in the Evangelical Lutheran church at 10:30 a. m. Sunday, at which Rev. Robert M Wise will deliver morning, late and marriage sermon, "Lest We Forget." Memorial Day services will be held Sunday at Mt Holly Springs. The parade will form at the public school building and will move from there at 2 p m from South Chestnut street to East Pine, to North Baltimore avenue to Cemetery avenue, and from there to the cemetery. -The parade will be led by the newly organized Mt Holly Springs band Those participating In the parade will be the South Mountain American Legion Post and Auxiliary, the Boy and Girl Scout the Carlisle Post, No 101. Bugle Drum corps, and the faculty and school children of Mt. Holly Springs public school The commander of the Legion post. Elmer Miller; the chief marshal, Ray Goodyear, and chairman of the Memorial Day committee, Harry J Buttorff. Following is the program. Decoration of graves by school children; graveside ritual by the American Legion Post, music, Mt. Holly Springs band, invocation, Schugart; "Land of Hope and Glory," School Glee Club; Lincoln's Gettysburg Address; Music, Mt. Holly Springs band; prayer, Rev. Wise; roll call of deceased veterans, H. J. Buttorff; poem. "In Flanders Fields," Winifred Vanasdalen; address, Senator George N. Wade; 'Let's Bring New Glory to Old Glory," School Glee club; benediction, Rev Lundy, "Star Spangled Banner," Mt Holly Spring band; salute, firing .squad, taps. The parade will then lorm and march back to the public school building and disband This memorial service is sponsored by the South Mountain American Legion Post, No. 674.