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Edwards Now In Korea

With Military Government 111 Korea—Copt. Boar dm a 11 w. Edwards. 30, of Dccalur, Georgia, now on duty with Military Government In Korea, Is a clmplln of Hie 740th Railway Operating Battalion. Entering the Army la November 1943. Chaplin Edwards attended Chnplin's School at Harvard University. ijUer he was assigned to camps In California, Oregon, Oklahoma, Arkansas and New York. Upon leaving the Slates In February 1045, he served in the European and Asiatic-Pacific tlicaln-s. In Seoul, Chaplin Edwards, who enisled in the Kostcr sunrise service held at Nam Sam Park, has delivered numerous talks 111 civilIan churches and institutions. His ••iddi'css at Ewha Womans college inaugurated chapel services there which had been discontinued by the Japanese during die war. Graduating In 1339 from Furman University with the B. A. Decree, and from tho South Baptist Theological Seminary with Uic Th. M. Degree, Chaplin Edwards also attended the University of South Carolina. Prior to entering the service, lie was associate pastor of the Camrtcn Uapiist Church. Caniden. South Carolina. His mother, Mrs. Charlotte \v. Edwards, is now living at 1-15 Merrill Avenue. Decatur.

Capt. Edwards Now In Korea

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With Military Government 111 Korea—Copt. Boar dm a 11 w. Edwards. 30, of Dccalur, Georgia, now on duty with Military Government In Korea, Is a clmplln of Hie 740th Railway Operating Battalion. Entering the Army la November 1943. Chaplin Edwards attended Chnplin's School at Harvard University. ijUer he was assigned to camps In California, Oregon, Oklahoma, Arkansas and New York. Upon leaving the Slates In February 1045, he served in the European and Asiatic-Pacific tlicaln-s. In Seoul, Chaplin Edwards, who enisled in the Kostcr sunrise service held at Nam Sam Park, has delivered numerous talks 111 civilIan churches and institutions. His ••iddi'css at Ewha Womans college inaugurated chapel services there which had been discontinued by the Japanese during die war. Graduating In 1339 from Furman University with the B. A. Decree, and from tho South Baptist Theological Seminary with Uic Th. M. Degree, Chaplin Edwards also attended the University of South Carolina. Prior to entering the service, lie was associate pastor of the Camrtcn Uapiist Church. Caniden. South Carolina. His mother, Mrs. Charlotte \v. Edwards, is now living at 1-15 Merrill Avenue. Decatur.

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Chicago first looked wilh amazement at a "fur fish" displayed by Pal Wilsic at Boulder Junction, \vis. Then she said "Oh Ycali!" The Burlinglon, WIs., Liars Club tliought Ihis one up.

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"I am (he-vine, ye arc the hnmches. lie (h;tt ithidelh in me, and 1 in 'him, (he same brifljjclh forth much .fruit." John 15:5. (Rend John 55:1-8.) The key word in this passage is the word abide. Fruitfulness is to come from an unscvered relationship between the vino and its branches But the analogy of the parable may be carried only so far. A branch can never decide whether it will remain a part of the vine—blight may smite it, or man break it off,'or a storm tear it loose. But on the human plane we know that man has some choice. When he fim|s what it means to abide in Christ, he is able to develop in the life which lie has found. He can follow works and ways which will support and nourish his spiritual experience; he can set himself against those things which lie knows God by His very nature must oppose. Obstacles to .spiritual progress can he pushed aside; questionable desires, purposes, and ambitions kept under. These things he must do if lie would abide in' Christ Jesus. Through watchfulness, prayer, faiht, and service, the beli'vor draws .supplies of grace and strength, just as the life of the vine nourishes iis brailches. PHAYER
0 Source of life and licht and strength, we bless Tlite for all Tliv grace afloids. May Thv enrichment of our lives make us F r u i t f u l In all ROW! works. For JCSUK' salic Amen. ,

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Darlington, Aug. 14 —Funeral sen Ices for Mrj. J. C. Hovis were held on Sunday morninK at 0:30 o'clock in the Kister Funeral Home In Darlington. Rites wer conducted by Mr. William Davidson. Columbia seminary student who Is acting i>astor_pr tlic First Pliesuylerian church of Darlington. Committal services were held at Sunset Ccmetnry. Shelby, N. C.. where all of Mrs. Hovls's family are buried. AlVs. Hovis, a resident of Los Angles, California, was in DarliiiKton visiting her sister. Mrs. Urlglu Williamson. She died at ten o'clock Saturday morninK at the Mcl.cod infirmary in Florence, following nil operation, and months of ill health. Mrs. Ilovis u-a.-, born In Shelby, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harper Franklin Jones. She wn.-. u member of the Prcsbvlerian church. She had madn her home in California after her marriage a number of years ago. Surviving are Uvo sisters: Mrs. Blight Williamson, Mrs. J. M. ForhlK, of Darlington; her stepson, and Ills wife. Mr. and Mrs. William Lawrence ovls, o f , Alhnmbrn. near Los Angles. Also surviviiiE arc her nioco. Miss Mam'* Jollc.s, of Shelby, N. C., and two step daughter lii laws. Mrs. Harrv Hovis of Pnsedena, California, and Mrs. Ralph Hovis. of San Francisco. Calif.

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continued from pnge one defeated J. Lcpparcl, incumbent. Clarendon — James Hugh McFaddin. former senator, nominated w i t h o u t opposition to succeed Jonn G. Dinkins. Incumbent, who did nut seek reelection. c.'ollclon — R. M. Jetfcries. reiiomiiiiLted. DarlinRtnn — James P. Mo/lntro. rcnominatcd. * Dillon — D.'S. Allen and S. W. Jackson in second race to sneered Jnmcs D. Manning, incumbent, who did not offer again. Florence •— Steve Anderson and P. H. McEachin in second race, both defeating Georxe W. Keels, inrumbcnt. Hampton — George Warren, renominatetl, without opposition. . Kershaw — W. T. Red (earn, nomlnaled. l-ancnster — ' w . Bruce Williams defeated J. Reoce Funderhurk. incumbent. Lee — William p. Baskin, Jr.. renomlnatecl without opposition. Marlboro — Paul Wallace to succeed C. S. ilcCall, retirinc lncumlient. Pickens — T. B. Nalley. nominalen to succeed F. P. Williams. relirinc. incumtant. Rlcnlnnd — Yanccy A. Mcl^end son of late Governor Thomas L Method, defeated Joe E. Bern-, Incumbent, .Sum(cr — Shepard K. Nash senator, defeated Alfred Scarborough incumbent. • *»tlKS Union — Bruce W. White nominated to succeed R. C. Williams rt» tiring incumbent. WilllamsburR — E. W. Cantwoll former secretary to Governor Johnwith Rep. Charlie D. Hugglns to slon and Williams, in second race succeed Frank Katmon newly elected judge. House Resul s by Counlfcs In rarfnlhcsesl: Abbeville. (2) -— Incumbent Robert S. Salloway. M. E. Crmvford. nominated, Alken (3) — Charles Simons nominated. Leonard L. Williamson. Delnms Weeks and incumbent W. F.irJ Kldson and E. J Cralc in second race. Allendale (1) — Incumbent Oeonre Warren. Jr.. nominated. Anderson (fi) — Edgar H. Asnew, incumbent, and J. B. Lawson. nominated. S. E. Whltten, incumbent W. N. Clinkscales, N. E. Cartec. W. Harner Wclborn. C. R. McGulre. Incumbent Floyd E. WrRith. Ray C. Milliard, and Robert A. Kay in second race. DamhcrK (1) — Incumbent Fred T, Hiers. nominated. Barnwell (1) — Incumbent Solomon Blalt nominated. Beaufort )2> — Incumbent. Calhc-un Thomas, T. LeGarc Rodjers nominalcrt. Berkeley (2) — C. Garnctt Brartwelt. JInrh E. Mitchum nominated.
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Thought For The Day "1 could not do without Thee, 1 cannot stand alone, 1 have no strength or goodness, No wisdom of my own."

Cordon R. Fear (New York) By Permission of The Upper Room. Nashville, Tcnn. Calhoun (1) - Incumbent David D. Buyck. Charleston (8) — Joseph F wise Ji., Nathaniel w. Cabell, Arthur H Burton, T. Allen LoGare, Jr.. Lionel K. ifsec nominated. Incumbent J. A. Lofton, incumbent Thomas "W Yotim;, Williams H. McDaniel, incumbent H. G. Senseney, Robert B, Stall and Incumbent Lloyd W. MacBay in second race. Cherokee 12) _ E. J. Clary nominated. J. Claude Fort, and Jeff D Parris in second race. Chester (2) — Robert \V. Hcr.iU hill nominated. Incumbents James H. Crnijj and J. Carl Gibson ju second race. Chesterfield (2) — incumbent Charles N'. Plowden and Fred Lesesne nominated. Colleton (2) — Incumbent E. V Perry, Isadore Bogoslow, David N Smith and w. W. Smoak, all in second race. Darlington (3) — Incumbent F B. Hines. E. C. Dennis, Jr.. nominated. Incumbent W. J. Carter and Paul T. Dcckham in second race
Dillon (2) — M. T. Atkins. J. B Gibson. J. E. McQueen, Roger W Scott, all in second race

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Dorchester (1)—Incumbent Hubert P. Smoak nominated Ecigeflcld (1)—Thomas B. fircnckcr nominated, Pairfielrt fj)—Boyd Brown nominated. * Incumbent Moultrle D. Douglas and Henry N. Ohear in second race. Florence iM — Incumbents G. Badger Baker, Herbert T. Floyd. W. Clyde Qraham. Richard A. Palmer and newcomer, Philip H. Arrow-smith, nominated. Georgetown (2) — Incumbents Jnmcs B. jVlorrlson and John H. Porter nominated Greenville (9) — William B. Chandler, Marion Brawley. Incumbents: B. If. Gibson. W. M Orcsham. Air.el M. Hawkins, T. Manly Hudson. Charles Rice and newcomer P. Bradley Morrah nominated. Lcroy Anderson and J. Harvey Cleveland In second race. iJicrnwood (2) —O. P. Calllso" Incumbents J. Pcrrln Anderson and E. H. Benjamin nominated. Hampton <l)—w. L. Rhodes and incumbent J. Morrison Tuten in second race. Horry (3)—Robert C. PHKC. BayHss Spivey and incumbent Doc D. Harrclson nominated. Jasper (1) — Incumbent D. D. 711* ers nominated. Kershaw |2)—J. C. Arrant. Kellv. Arthur L. ,7onc~ and Incumbent L. C. Clyburn, ail In the »ccond race. Lancaster <2i—Jpmes H. Howey nominated. Ned Gregory and incumbent Ferris I,. Hlackmon in second race. Laurcns <31 — Ir.:«mbent.i Walter

L. Mlii-tin, C. L. Mll.-bm Robert C Wasson. Leo (2) — Hugh n. Co'clough. Parley smith, M. Napier White and Incumbent C. Marion Minims, all n second race. Lexington 1.2)— A. Frank Lever nominatecl. McKondree and incumbent Blcnse Ellison In senond race. Marion (2)— Incumbent J. Ralph Basque and C. Warren Dcriick unilnatcd. Marlboro (2)—Josiah J. Evans and M. O'Tucl nominated. JlcCormick n > — Incumbent Hugh C. Brown. Newbcrrv (2) — Incumbents R. Aubrey Hurley and Thomas K. Pope nominated. Oconeo ( 2 > — J.ohn A. Knox. T. B. Jones, J. Pat Miloy and J. H. Alley, all in recond race. Orongeburg i-i) — Marshal B. Williams. James M. Brailsford. Hugo S. Sims nominated. Carlton B. Horger and A. J. Hydrick in second race. Richland O2>—S. Khea and A. '. Sptgncr. Geoige H. Davis. John C. DuPre, M. V. Home. Znch McGhee. Francis L. Raw], Claud N. Sapp, C. B. Sntton and incumbents Owens T. cobb. Walton H. Grcever, and John Gregg McMastcr In second race. Saliidu (!) — Incumbent J. J Wheeler and T. w. Blcase in second race. Spananburg 181 — Incumbent Tracy J. GainCs, Bruce Litttejohn and Incumbent Matthew Puliakofl nominated. Incumbent Paul M Allen, T. B. Butler. Raymond C. Eub.mks, B. A. Holland. Edwin W. Johnson, Paul S. McChcsncy, Arnold R. Merchant, Walter P. Miller and incumbent E. Ed Watson, all in second race. Sumter t3>— Incumbent Charles L. Cuttino, Wayne Law Clifton. Hunry Jackson nominated. Union (2)—J. R Fiynn nominated. J. B. Chick and incumbent Robert L. Wllburn In second race Willlamsburu (31—Louis L. Lesesnc nominated. Incumbent V. G. Arncttc, B. O. Browder. Incumbent Ijiurie S. Rogcrson and E. Robert Rovvell. all in second race. York (4)—Jnmcs D. Grist. W. Moflatt Wylic. incum-cnt W. LewIs Wallace and Robert W. Ward all in second race. '

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