As reported in The Columbia News 48 years ago on Thursday, June 17 1954.
Pvt. R. L. May of Martinez is in Germany
NURNBERG, GERMANY - Army Pvt. Bobby L. May, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reid, Martinez, Ga., is now serving in southern Germany with the 371st Armored Infantry Battalion.
Private May is an ammunition bearer in Company C of the battalion which is training s part of the VII Corps defense force for western Europe.
May entered the Army in July 1953 and prior to being transferred overseas, was assigned to Camp Rucker, Ala.
Boys and Girls to Stage Carnival
On Saturday, Monday and Tuesday afternoons, the boys and girls in Harlem will stage a Carnival just back of the Kelly residence on Forrest Street. There will be a number of acts and they promise to give their money's worth to all who patronize them. The admission price is 5 cents per member and the start time is 3 p.m.
If the proceeds are sufficient to do so, they hope to contribute them to a worthy cause.
Woman's Club Honors Deceased at June Meeting
The Harlem Women's Club met on Thursday afternoon, June 10, in the Club House with Mrs. Reuban Ray presiding and Mrs. E. D. Clary serving as Recording Secretary pro-tem. Mrs. Ray cordially welcomed as visitors Mrs. H. E. Howard, Miss Bonnie Carol Jordan and Mr. George Dukes, of Camp Gordon.
Mrs. Hugh Pascal presented the devotional based upon the theme "Finding God," which was followed by the Collect prayed in unison.
Mrs. Ray expressed the sorrow of the Club in the loss of one of their most loyal and helpful members in the passing of Mrs. H. B. Mundy since the last meeting.
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