As reported in The Columbia News 44 years ago, July 11, 1957.
Sergeant in Korea
Sgt. First Class Glenn O. Moore, whose wife, Louise, livesin Evans, is a member of the 24th Infantry Division in Korea.
Sgt. Moore, son of Ethel Moore of Waynesboro, is a mess steward in 3d Battalion Headquarters Company of the division's 21st Regiment. He entered the Army in August 1950 and arrived in the Far East in December 1956.
The sergeant attended Harlem High School.
The Harriss Pond near Grovetown was opened for a congenial group of friends to enjoy the activities of the holiday.
Those in attendance were: Mrs. John Harriss, hostess; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bohler of Grovetown; Mr. Charles Combs; Mrs. J.O. Marshall, Harlem; Mr. and Mrs. George Magruder; Mrs. Will Tommins; Mrs. Evelyn Gay; Miss Patricia Gay; Mrs. Joe Crawford of Durand; Mr. and Mrs. Winston Harriss; Mitchell Harriss; Mr. and Mrs. George Magruder Jr. of Columbia, S.C.; Mrs. P.A. Crawford Sr.; Mrs. F.L. Crawford; Mr. Carl Marshall; and Miss Cora Marshall.
Civil rights debate
Even before commence-fire orders were given to open the long-awaited big debate in the U.S. Senate over the Eisenhower administration's civil rights initiative, Georgia's senatorial team had taken its position.
Senior Sen. Richard B. Russell of Winder, a veteran of 24 years' service in the upper house and generally regarded as its shrewdest parliamentarian, is the recognized "field marshal" of the Southern forces. Junior Sen. Herman E. Talmadge of Lovejoy, while a "freshman" in Congress and consequently less experienced on Capitol Hill, is nonetheless looked upon as one of the South's champion defenders.
Both are armed to the hilt and will fight to the bitter end in what is described as the South's hardest struggle since the War Between the States.
Atoms for peace
Monday night, the Harlem Rotary Club visitors were: Robert S. Runion, Graham, N.C.; Col. C.A. Holmes Eubank, Cookeville, Tenn.' Jerry B. Vaden, Raleigh, N.C.; George D. Jones, W. Raleigh, N.C.; John C. Ferguson, Raleigh, N.C.; G.H. Floyd, Fairburn, N.C.; William J. Burton, Louisburg, N.C.; Gay C. Livingston, Jr., Redstone, Fla.
H.M. Verdery Sr. presented as his speaker for the evening, Bailey B. Mundy, who spoke on the subject "The use of the atomic energy in peace time."
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