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the past week
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of Charlntle are
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ft Monday with
MRS. JOHN CALVIN SUMM EU
RO W, whose marriage took place
;m Saturday evening, June 2!), at
the home of her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Davis, of llazclwood, with the Rev.
Stuart It. Crockett pronouncing the
vows. Mrs. Siimmcrrow is the for
mer Miss Edith Annalou McLean,
daughter of Mrs. Oscar Claud Mc
Lean, and the late Mr. McLean, of
Toplon. The bridegroom who holds
a position with the Cash Grocery
company of Ilazelwooil, was recent
ly discharged from the service
after 37 months in I he armed
'orces, with 18 months of sor ice
in the European theater. They are
residing ill Haelwood.
Hurry E. Noland, S 2e.
Witnesses Test at Bikini
Harry E. Noland. seaman second
class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Noland. of Crahlree section of the
county witnessed the atonlic boinh
tests at Ilikini. Me was also
scheduled lo witness the second
Seaman Noland entered the .serv
ice in October. 1 945 and took his
hoot training at Camp I'erry. Va
and from there was sent lo Shoe
maker, Calif, and later to I'earl
Harbor. He was serving at Bikini
during the bomb preparations
which covered several months.
Before volunteering in the navy
Seaman Noland who is a graduate
of the Crablree-Iron Dull' high
school, in the class of 1!)44. was em
ployed at Pet Dairy Products Company.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Malncy had
as their guests during the week
Mr. and Mrs. nronson Malncy and
Mr. and Mrs. Tail Matncy, all of
the 4-11 group from the county who
are spending this week at Camp
Miss l.ula frank Medford who
holds a position in Charlotte spent
I he past week end with her parents,
Mr and Mrs. liryan Medford.
POW AND DOOR
fate To Your Order
Mrs, C. V. Bell
Party For Guests
Mrs. Carroll V. Bell was hostess
I of a Coca-Cola party on Thursday
morning as a courtesy to the fol
lowing relatives: her mother, Mrs
W. H Lyle. of Jacksonville, Fla ,
her aunts, Mrs. W. li. Malone, of
Quincey, Ela., and Mrs. C. L. C'ai
roll, of Coral Cables, and her cou
sins, Mrs. Jack Cleveland, of Coral
Cables, Mrs W. I.. Tedder, of Live
Oak. Ela , and Mrs. R. E. McNeil,
Jr., of Montclair, N. J.
The residence was arranged in
quantities of garden flowers in
mixed conibinat ions.
Thi' guest list in addition to the
visitors included Mrs. James W
Kililan and her guests, Mrs. Archie
Livingston, of Tallahassee, Ela ,
aiu Mrs. T. N. Perkins, of Lake
City, Fla., Mrs. J. H. Howell, Mis
James Harden Howell. Jr., Mrs
Thomas Slringtield, Mrs. Calvin
lloughland. of Nashville, Tenn ,
Mrs. Aaron Provost, Mrs. James
Kilpatriek, Mrs. Dave Eclnict.
Mrs. lien Colkitt, Mrs. Alfred
Harden, of Fort Lauderdale, Ela ,
and Waynesville, Mrs. Ralph Pro
vost, Mrs. Leo Weill, Mrs. Dan
Walkins, Mrs. Rudolph Hallous,
Mrs. Nora Swift Atkins. Mrs.
Frank Worthinglon, Mrs. John Tay
lor. Mrs. Claude Recce, Mrs. David
llyall, Mrs. Jonathan Woody, Mrs.
Leon Killiati, and Mrs. Arthur Council.
GUARD AGAINST KIELCE POGROMS
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POLISH SOLDIERS, armed with rifles, are shown seeking to guard a Jewish
Community house in Kieloe, Poland, artcr the recent pogroms in which
40 persons were killed. Since then, refugees seeking to escape over
country roads have been shot down and government efforts have been
unable to halt other outbreaks of extreme violence. (iiferiintionnl)
Miss Minnie Boyd
Last rites were conducted Wed
nesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at
the residence on Walnut Street for
Miss Minnie Boyd, 71, who died at
her home at 3:00 o'clock Tuesday
morning after a lingering illness
of several years. The Rev. Paul
Tow:isend. pastor of the First
Methodist Church, of which Miss
Boyd was a member, officiated.
Burial was in Green Hill cemetery.
Serving as pallbearers were;
Theodore M. McCraeken, Dr. W. H.
Liner, T. C. Norris. E. B. McClure,
John Boyd, Melvin Dillenger, J.
Harden Howell and Grover C.
Miss Boyd was the daughter of
the late David L. and Isabelle
Howell Boyd and was a native of
Waynesville. She Is widely con
nected in Haywood county both on
her paternal and maternal sides
Surviving Miss Boyd are two
sisters. Mrs. Jere Davis, and Mrs
Oliver II Sbelton, of Waynesville:
one brother Robert Boyd, of Dallas,
Tex.; three nieces, Mrs. Robert T.
Hesse, of Waynesville, Mrs. Jack
Enoch, of Knoxville, Tenn. and
Miss Alda Lee Boyd of Nashville.
Tenn.; two nephews. Sgt. David
L Boyd, of Fort Oglethorpe, Oa
and Hugh II. Sbelton, of Miami.
(iarrett funeral home was in
charge of the arrangements.
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