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CHEMICAL LAB NEWS
By Thelma Glazener
The picnic' at Sapphire was great fun. The
Chem Lab thanks all those responsible for a swell
outing and a good time .... Ricie Robinson left
June 26 for a week’s stay with her parents in
Old Fort, N. C. . . . Bill Hunter spent the week
end of June 19 with his father in Marshall, N. C.
Jean Kuykendall was very excited about a bass
she caught on a recent fishing trip. Jean says it
really was a whopper and she added "made enough
supper for two people.” . . . Lucy Clarke has been
making a trip home almost every weekend to in
spect the house that she is having built in Lavonia,
Ga. . . . Buvee Parker is seen almost every place
in her new Hudson, and we don’t blame her ....
Paul Kellar and wife, Lois, have been ill; Paul is
again back to work and, Lois, we hope you are
soon recovered . . . .Dorothy Johnson attended the
State Convention of Business and Professional
women at Mayview Manor, Blowing Rock, N. C.
June 18-20 .... The Analytical department had
a picnic at Sapphire June 11th, had fun and ap
preciated your help, Lewis . . Anna Meixell began
her vacation June 12 and except for an occasional
tour remained home.
It isn’t in Europe alone that cigarettes are
precious in the lives of addicts. A real estate man
by the name of Tom Philips, at Fort Myers, Fla.,
swapped a piece of land in the residential section
of that thriving town for 15 cartons of cigarettes.
"I’ve got more lots than will-power,” he explained.
After a close inspection, the four
men above are in agreement that
when a bobbin of finished cigarette
paper leaves Ecusta it has under
gone every possible test to insure
topnotch quality. Left, Mr. C. E.
Sutherland of Richmond, Va., vice-
president of Universal Leaf Tobac
co Co., of China, Federal, Inc., U.
S. A. discusses the features of
Ecusta paper with Mr. Y. K. Hsu
of Shanghai, China, Mr. Mohan
Zee, Chinese manager of Universal
Leaf Tobacco Co., Federal, Inc., U.
S. A., gets an Ecustan’s opinion of
our paper from F. S. "Buck” Best.
Mr. J. E. Covington, vice-president
of Universal Leaf Tobacco Co., Inc.,
Richmond, Va. who is a frequent
visitor here, accompanied the group