1945-03-13 The Times (Shreveport, LA) Kelly Keeps His General Waiting 13
Kelly Keeps His General Waiting Phenix City, Ala., March 12 OP). TSgt. Charles E. (Commando) Kelly kept a general waiting 20 minutes when he arrived late with his fiancee. Miss. May Frances Boish, for their wedding at the county court house trVre today. A civil ceremony was performed by Probate Judge C. B. Gullatt, Jr. It will be followed later by a ceremony st Pittsburgh, the couple's home town. The' bride is a Catholic and Kelly is a Baptist. Kelly was decked out In a neatly pressed uniform decorated with his many medals, Including the Medal of Honor he received just a year ago today for his exploits in Italy. 1115 coiuuiaiiuiug vinw "" uwv. division in Italy. MaJ. Gen. Fred L. Walker, was a witness. Walker Is now commanding general of the Infantry school at Ft. Benning, Ga., where Kelly is due to report back at 8 a.m. tomorrow. The couple has taken living quarters at Columbus, Ga.