The editor or a Club bulletin split's a person's name if it comes at the end of the line in an article. I do not believe this is grammatically correct, but I cannot find a ruling in writing to present to the editor.
englishplus.com has some interesting insight on the rules, such as they are, for dividing words at the end of a line with a hyphen. They basically say don't do it, but if you have to here are seven rules to follow:
- Divide the word between syllables. This means, of course, that one-syllable words are never divided.
- The hyphen goes at the end of the first line.
- Prefixes and suffixes make natural divisions.
- There should be at least two letters plus the hyphen on the first line and three letters on the second.
- Do not divide proper nouns or proper adjectives.
- Divide hyphenated word using the hyphen already in the word.
- Do not divide a word at the end of a line if the parts of the word will be on two separate pages. This is hard for the reader to follow.
The one relevant to your quandary would be point 5, as names are proper nouns. Obviously this isn't an official source, but I find it hard to argue with the advice given.