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Society at large are gainers. But if you
are wasting not only the spare time you
“ad but the extra spare time that has
'^ome to you, then you are infinitely the
Poorer, and society in general is poorer
ru your increased capacity for greater
' leness, greater wastefulness, greater
^ Every man owes it to himself, to his
^attiily, to his fellows, so to use his spare
that he may come with the greatest
^^ount of efficiency and enthusiasm to
^ ® tasks of another day. Every man
whether he is wasting his spare
or using it wisely. Analyze your
Pare hours, and, decide for yourself
ether you are gainer or loser by them.
nian’s ideal should be twenty-
'••'•hour-a-day efficiency. And as every
j**' ought to be working for himself
with others, it is to his interest to
out how near he is approaching to
^ ideal of efficient work, efficient
''Nation, and efficient sleep.
—The Valve World.
^ Personal Relations
came to be related
show hasn’t yet been stated,
do find funny situations
Miings called Personal Relations.
a man they call George Fischer
again be his well wisher)
Those Personal Relations.
'4(1 V 5>’0-A,
^^“ad an awful lot to say.
Alas! I little knew
0 that Pittsburgh crowd would
simple little farm,
V hit of harm,
fij We need an Introduction
*'tual Interest—Food Production.
place the Milk Dei)ot
* Where they sell the milk, you
^ WIRES AND SNAPPY PLa"^
Once we ran the Village School
By almost any kind of rule,
But now such things are changed, you
To Mutual Interest, Section B.
Then our friend, Jim Devereaux
Just showed new men where to go;
Now such little manipulations
Come under Personal Relations.
When a man drops a hammer on his toe.
Straight to Darrell Clark he’ll go
Looking for the comper\pations
Shown on Personal Relations.
Mr. Book just tears his hair.
And swears such changes are not fair;
But he never issues invitations
To any Personal Relations.
—A. G. M.
, -a 1
* Wasn’t necessary
\ j ^ Commissary.
H ^he game till nearly dark;
'** little recreations,
\ ''' Called Personal Relations.
"'o»ld gaily swing along,
a little song,
the ^ '^ftsual inspection—
^ >■« doing Works Protection.
Kot up some rigs
O'* Personal Relations.
Store Room Banquet
One of the most enjoyable occasions
of the season was the banquet given by
the Storeroom Business Association, on
Friday night, November 28, in the Com
Two long tables were spread, well
loaded with all kinds of good things to
eat, the menu being as follows:
Turkey with dressing
Fruit Punch and Cake
Music was furnished thruout the even
ing by Gomo’s orchestra, which added
greatly to the enjoyment of all
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
• R. Coggin, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Feezor
I- Huneycutt, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Z. Kidd, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mills
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.’
„ Street, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Parish
Mr! Valentine, Mr. and
Miss Sail ^ell and
•Miss Salhe Jenkins, Mr. J. H. Bolton
and Miss Tommie Jones, Mr. Kirk Erb
and Miss Ella Cogdall, Mr. Chas. Klutz
and M ss Nita Bell, Mr. R. v. Richards
dPil r Swin
dell and Miss Sallie Walke, Mr. J. l
Book, Mr. B. L. Gomo, and Mr. C E
Serving were Mesdames B. F. Smith T
T. Valentine, and W. S. West.
New Steam Plant
A new steam plant has been installed
by Paul Reiner, the home tailor. This
plant furnishes steam direct for press
heats the building, and largely increases’
the capacity of the pressing department
Remer is a progressive and energetic
worker, and is making plans to enlarge
his business at an early date.
Mr F. E. Brown, who has been with
the Aluminum Company for some time
has resigned his position, and returned
to his home in Tennessee.