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"HAVE A FLOWER?"
Diane, prim little 2 Vi year old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Galloway (Technical De
partment) offers a flower to anyone who might
drop by her garden. Diane’s mother used to be
in Champagne and her grandfather, Eddie Ahrens,
is in Champagne Printing.
MACHINE BOOKLET NEWS
By Margaret Smith
This being July, quite naturally, our Fourth of
July picnic at Camp Sapphire was our big event
of the month. With a beautiful sunny day for
the occasion, we enjoyed every moment of it.
The gifts given the children by Mrs. Straus was
a great surprise and joy to the youngsters.
Carolyn Garren, Violet Lyday, Gladys Wilson,
Margaret Smith and other friends vacationed at
Myrtle Beach the first week of July. They report
a grand time, nice sun tans, and a good rest.
Ruby Dunn is vacationing in Florida at the
time of this writing and says she is really enjoying
the real South land.
Buck Albert’s sister, Mrs. Martha Hayes and
husband, Stewart, of Webster, Florida have been
visiting him for a two weeks’ vacation—and en
joying our mountain breezes.
We missed Louise Houk at the picnic grounds
the Fourth, but later learned that she and her
husband spent the holiday weekend touring the
Lorena O’Kelley’s plans for a Florida vacation
have been cancelled due to the polio epidemic
but we wish her a nice vacation just the same and
hope she will not be too disappointed.
Misses Alma and Beryle Golderer from New
York have been visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Golderer.
MEDFORD COOPER'S SON
ON AIRCRAFT CARRIER
James Wallace Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Medford Cooper (Maintenance) is serving aboard
the USS Philippine Sea, a 27,000 ton aircraft car
rier operating with the U. S. Naval Mediterranean
force. He has a rating of firemen’s apprentice.
Young Cooper, who entered service April 13,
1940 after attending Flat Rock High School is a
member of the Engineering Department which
assists with the operation and maintenance of all
propulsion and auxiliary machinery on the ship.
Although comparatively new, the Philippine Sea’s
travels have already carried her to the South
Pole with Admiral Byrd’s expedition and to the
Caribbean Sea on three cruises. In keeping with
Navy policy of naming aircraft carriers after
important battles, the Philippine Sea was so
Politeness pays immense dividends, by elevating
one in the estimation of others. It makes and
ARLINE MULL AND FLUFFY
This attractive little lady is Arline Mull, four
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mull
(Champagne). Posing with her is "Fluffy”, Ar
line’s snow-white Spitz dog.