|Map of 1st reunion location and surrounding localities.|
From the South unto the North;
A call for every Leisure
On this day to come forth
And bring with them their families
And all their kith and kin,
To join in this reunion --
Good fellowship to find.
And Leisures short and fat;
Leisures dark and Leisures fair,
But Leisures for ‘a’that.’
There are Leisures with fat pocketbooks;
Some whose pocketbooks are small;
Some have come with moderate means
And some with none at all.
But all are meeting here today
In honor of the name
That all seem very proud of,
And none should bring to shame.
This name for many, many years
Has been known throughout the land.
And everywhere has known respect
And honor does command.
Let’s life a banner with our name
And raise it to the sky;
Let our example be the one
That sits the throne on high.
We see the lowly Nazarene
With pierced hands and feet,
Drawing us on to our loved ones
In a reunion dear and sweet.
Le’st place our shoulder to the wheel
And let honor hold full sway,
That our dear old name may be glorified
On the last reunion day.