This photo, taken at sunrise on Memorial Day, shows the Lindley family plot, with Lula Dawson Lindley at the center. Lindley served with the Army Nurse Corps during World War I and the Spanish flu pandemic. She left Canadian in 1915 for her nurses training, and served in the Army until 1919. Her grandaughter, Christina Findley, is trying to find information about a Fourth of July high-diving exhibition Lula and her brother gave, probably sometime around 1910. Lula was among the servicewomen from Hemphill County who were honored during by Post Adjutant Wendie Wright’s Memorial Day presentation. Lulu Terrill Gaylord Dawson was born in 1893 in Caldwell, KS, and enlisted in the Army Nurses Corps on July 23, 1918. She was assigned to the Army Base Hospital at Camp McArthur in Waco, where she tended to soldiers who had been struck ill with the 1918 influenza. Wright pointed out that this is year is the 100th anniversary of the August 8, 1920, ratification of 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote.