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Volume 1, Number 19
At least 2,000 planes are expect
ed to participate in the first post~
•war lightplane tour to Florida,
beginning December 26, Gulf Oil
Corporation, the tour sponsor, esti
Four routes to kiami, Florida,
have been provided along with free
gasoline and oil by the Gulf Oil
Winston-Salem will be well repre-
sert-ed in this tour. Mr. T. H. Dav
is, Mr. R, S. Northington, Mr. T. D.
Blair, Mr. C. H. Vestal, Mr. Vernon
Rudolph, Mr. J. L. Dyer, Mr. Fred
Bahnson, and Mr. Robert Cox all left
for Miami yesterday,
Maizie left yesterday for Ralei^
to meet the one she has been expect
ing home for so long.
Vife gathered from the look on every
one' s face on Vilednesday morning that
th^ all had quite a time welcoming
in the New Year,
Schlosburg went home for New Year's
day and made two resolutions which
he broke five minutes later. By the
way, did you notice the blonde who
had lunch with him last week?
Friday, January 4, 1945
The shop made five New Year's
We hear that Chitty has five new
additions to his family. Five new
Browny has his nose to the gidnd-
stone finishing up the final plans
for the new cii) crop duster.
The stockroom is a busy place these
days taking inventoiy.
Congratulations are in order for
Mr, Groat. He celebrated his
thirteenth wedding anniversary on
Major and Mrs. Major have been in
Maxton, N, C. for the past few days.
If the PA Flyihg Club would be
interested in a party, please offer
your suggestions as to the type of
party you would like to have and we
will make all the arrangements.