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A son, David Carroll, was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Carroll D. Fletcher (Maintenance) at Transyl
vania Community Hospital on January 10th. The
youngster weighed 9 lbs. 2 oz.
The William C. Bangs (Bleaching Dept.) have
announced the arrival of Dorothy Virginia at
Transylvania Community Hospital on January
20th. The young lady weighed 8 lbs. 5 oz.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sizemore are the proud
parents of Mildred, who arrived on January 29th
weighing 8 lbs. Mr. Sizemore works in the
Charles Henry McCormick arrived on January
30th at Mountain Home Sanitarium. He tipped
the scales at 8 lbs. Young Charlie is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. McCormick (Machine
Another new arrival at the Transylvania Com
munity Hospital was Dania Fay Mason, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mason (Inspection), who
arrived on January 28th, weighing 8|4 lbs.
It’s a boy for the Benjamin F. Walkers (Fibre
Warehouse). Billy Dennis was born on January
28th at Transylvania Community Hospital and
tipped the scales at 7 Vi lbs.
From the Maintenance department comes the
news of the arrival of Margaret Jean Brown,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bob Brown. She
was born at the local hospital on February 6th
and weighed lbs.
The first baby, of an Ecusta employee, to greet
the New Year was Thomas Coleman Macfie. Tom
my, son of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Macfie of Bre
vard, is the 1949 winner of the $25.00 U. S.
Savings Bond which the company gives each year
to the first arrival. The new addition to the Macfie
family was named for his grandfather, Mr. Thomas
Coleman Galloway, Brevard Postmaster. He was
born January 4th at 11:15 P. M. at the Transyl
vania Community Hospital.
Tommy is shown with his parents and his older
brother, "Spank,” who is two years old. Anita and
Tommy seem to be admiring the bright shirt that
Spencer, of the Machine Room, is wearing.
The Macfies have recently remodeled their
home on Maple Street, combining the two original
apartments, so the boys will have plenty of room
to play for many years to come.
Welcome, Tommy, you are Ecusta’s symbol of
the New Year. All of us join in wishing you a
long, happy, and prosperous life.