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OUR HONOR ROLL
Our boys are being rapidly discharged from the military service of our country, and ar»» rptnrm-nn. i
the equally important fields of the trades, industries, and professions. So we present herewith a new Honor ^
^ hope our readers will help us to make and keep correct and complete. It is the roll ^f former soTdie^^^^
'Ployed in Badin, both by the Tallassee Power Company ar ., by other businesses. soldiers who are now
We keep the first place, however, for our honored dead.
GOLD STARS ON OUR SERVICE FLAG
EDWARD L. SLEDGE
■'''f. R. B.
“">jardner, C. J
*k»«Ider, F. B.
"•ford, c. J.
EMPLOYED BY THE TALLASSEE POWER COMPANY:
Culp, J. M.
Culveyhouse, A. L.
Currie, L, S.
Davis, W. H.
Dermid, J. F.
Dick. J. C.
Friar, R. T.
Giersch, R. F.
COMPANY: Marvin Snuggs
Gill, J. H.
Greene, J. P.
Halliburton, Jno. B.
Hambry, Frank C.
Haughton, Thos. H.
Helms, W. T.
Henderson, Jas. R.
Huggins, T. R.
J. E. Williams,
Hyatt, F. H.
Kendall, J. S.
King, C. R.
Lilly. W. T.
Lowder, E. H.
McCall. B. F.
P. L. Wimberly,
MAIN PHARMACY: Earl Ferree
Sides, Ernest E.
McDonald. J. R.
McLester. C. A.
Milton. C. Y.
Mitchell, Jno. C.
Moore, A. G.
Moose, B. N.
THE HIX COMPANY:
Ritchie, W. S.
Robinson, Z. B.
Ross, T. R.
Smythe, I. F.
Sullivan, W. H.
Thompson, H. B.
Tysinger. T. R.
Weatherspoon, C. B.
CLUB: Jno. Herring
OF GENERAL INTEREST
The Gossip Club
®ome in, Mrs. Johnson. I'm glad
Ought your sewing; I just have
^ '^^ught up with mine. What with
5 ^he bazaar, and making knee
^ "'' the boys, I’ve got kind of behind
**'ine. I think that basket-ball
exercise, even if they do get
^Oq something awful. We beat
Norwood’s beat us; but
^ J boys come out best in the
V . Just hoping someone would
J sit a spell. When I can’t go
' hope someone will come
you don’t, you never know
St'""/ on—unless you read The
Vf’ "^Ust think of Bndin’s having
I, ^ does boat nil.
"the * folks? I was saying
I*** *^**dln’s the hoalthfiilcst
L*' I came down here. I do-
wt ’* ”0 many sick people, the
never off the stovo. What
with carrying Ecup and custards and
jelly to the folks, my jars and glasses
are scattered all cvor town, for I never
did get any empties back; but now, if
it wasn't for the new babies. Dr. Rainey
and Dr. Moore wouldn’t make enough to
buy tires, let alone game chickens.
And speaking of babies, I never did
see such a mess of babies. I do wish
they would fix a nursery at the theater
to keep them in when there is a show or
concert, so a person could hear what is
going on. Of course for the pictures, it
doesn’t matter so much; but we don’t
go any more—such pictures as we have;
no beginning and no end; and one night
they ran them backward, and I did think
my mind was going, until I noticed every
one else around me was as puzzled as
I was. We put the movie money in the
baby’s bank, and I says to John, "We
know we’ve got something.” We are
going to buy him a share of Building
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Proboscis Takes a Hand
ith Christmas only ten days away.
Farmer Stott was happy. Had not
Cordelia promised that in June she
would become Mrs. Stott? Did he not
have in his pocket twenty twenty-dol
lar bills with which to buy a diamond
for his lady love's Christmas present?
True, twenty-five of his beloved calves
were on their reluctant way to the
butcher’s; but there are times when en
gagement rings must be bought.
The day before. Proboscis had become
the mother of twin kids—as pretty kids
as any goat ever looked upon. Farmer
Stott, being at peace with all the world,
must needs reach over and pat the kids
on their smooth young heads. Stotty was
always unmindful of time when in the
presence of the animals he loved so
much, and he continued to lean above
them, talking to them in gentle tones,
and passing his hand over their soft