Owens & Nolan, 10 Jul 1952
Held in Honor of Lieutenant Nolan A family reunion was held with the 45th i has been serving Division. Seven' of his ten brothers and sisters were there. Dinner was served at noon under the lawn trees and the afternoon was spent visiting an.d taking pictures. pictures. Those who attended were Mr. j and Mrs. Robert Nolan and five children of Ponca City; Mr. and- Mrs. Edd Fink and. son. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Perryman and two sons all of Tulsa; Sir. and Mrs. Ben Goss and two children,. Mr. and Mrs. Bill 'Davidson and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Fate Nolan and two son's, Mr. and Mrs., Byi'l Nolan and four children," children," Mrs..; Bill Wisely and three children, all of Stiwell; .'Lieutenant .'Lieutenant and Mrs. 'Emriutt D, Nolan Sunday, July 6, in the home of, Mr. and Mrs. George Owens,. honoring, the return of Mrs.' Owen's son, Lieutenant Emmitt D. Nolan from Korea; where he ,. . and t.w.o.phildren ,of ; Tahlequah,' arid the 'host' and '.'Hostess,' Mr. arid Mrs. George Owens. ^Lieutenant Nojan - will go to Camp Chaffee, Ark., this week forh.his- discharge ''jand will at-' t^nd";.. Oklahoma^ University at Norman this fall~for work on his masters degree.'. .' Brothers and sisters; 'who were unable %o attend 1- were Linzey x w t-A ., . „ ••_ , . „ NolaA of Gypsum, Colorado; Eu- gene Nolan of Englewood, _Colo-.l rado; Mrs. Reba Dis^.pf Tulsa, Oklahoma, and MrSi'.Edith Pad gett of Smithyille;' OkTShoma.