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It’s a big girl for Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maney
(Main Office). Annette de Liesseline was born
June 20 in Hendersonville, weighing 9 lbs. 4 Vi
Claudette Maxine is the new pride and joy of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Lyda (Pulp Mill). She
was born June 10 and tipped the scales at 5 lbs.,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Sherrill (Elec
tric Shop) a boy, Larry Charles, on June 26 at
the Transylvania Community Hospital. He
weighed 7 lbs., 6 ozs at birth.
Weighing 8 lbs., 13 oz., and arriving on the
first day of July was Joseph Thomas Love, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Love (Physical Lab.)
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Galloway (Cleaner
Crew) are beaming with pride over the birth of
Willard at the local hospital June 11. The big
boy scaled 9 Ibi, 4 oz. at birth.
From the Inspection Department comes news
of the birth of Ronald Lee Reid, 6 lb., 10 oz. son
born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Reid on June 26 at
the local hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Allison (Maintenance)
have a new arrival in the person of Jerrv David
born June 18 at the Transylvania Community
Hospital. The weight was recorded as 7 lbs., 11
Donald Mason is the new arrival at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roberts, Tr. (Machine
Room). He was born Tulv 18, weighing 8 lbs.
This is the sixth grandchild for Paul Roberts Sr.,
I HAD TO DRESS A BIT
HURRIEDLY THIS MORN\NG.
By Mary Sue Thorne
July is really vacation time and with the weath
er setting new records for heat and rainfall, a lot
of people have been taking off to other climes.
. . . Mr. Goepfert’s son, Werner, and his family
have returned to New York after a two weeks’
vacation here .... Some of the girls are coming
back from the beaches with "mighty fine” sun
tans. They did a good job of getting them too,
haven’t seen a one peeling off and looking like
she’d had an overdose of smallpox. . . . Edna
Rackley and her husband say they had a won
derful time at Charleston and Myrtle Beach. The
Rackleys once lived in Honolulu. We hope the
sight of the palms and the smell of the sea didn’t
make them too homesick for the islands. . . . La-
vonne Israel attended the wedding of her brother
Dale Orr in Memphis, Tennessee, July 17. Dale
was formerly employed in the Ecusta Machine
Room. He married Lynn Williams of Mississipi,
. . . Jack Davies went fishing on his vacation but
we have no definite information about the fish
he caught. After all, few fishers go fishing to
fish for fish. . . . Christine Fisher spent two weeks
at Miami Beach. "Nice and cool there” she said.
Well that’s what the Miami people tell us. . . .
Opal Whitmire spent her vacation camping and
fishing, she caught six big rainbow trout. . . .
Nellie Shirley visited in Franklin. . . . Others tak
ing vacations this month are Gladys Arnette, Flor
ence Snyder, Geneva Mull, Fannie Jo Brown,
Sophia Jones, Mildred Price, Marie Whitmire,
Pearl McCall, Mae Stansell, Hazel Heaton and
Beatrice Fenwicke. ... A number of people from
this department attended Mildred Price’s wedding
at Macedonia Church at Gloucester July 18. . . .
Lawrence Watson is the proud papa of a brand
new son. . . .
This column is being written on July 13, which
is the writer’s 9th anniversary in Endless Belt.
Nine years is a long time but in many ways it
seems like only yesterday that the machines start
ed humming at Pisgah Forest. Ruth McCall’s 9th
anniversary is July 20. Sidney Beecher is the
first local Endless Belt employee. He came in
June 27, 1939. We think it’s a swell company.
Our nine years is proof of that.
It is not uncommon (in Caracas, Venezeula)
for irate beisboleras (baseball fan) to leap from
the grandstand, banishing a pistol, and take a
potshot at a pitcher. Quite often a home team
supporter drives his auto around the infield
pursuing a shortstop who has made an error.
Several American players have been put in the
city jail, charged with "failure to play with the