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[The echo]. volume ([Pisgah Forest, N.C.) 1940-19??, November 01, 1951, Image 18

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DEPARTMENTAL NEWS PAPER DIVISION PRINTING DEPARTMENT By Julius Tinsley To our sorrow, winter v/eather has brought to an end a very beautiful Indian Summer which reminds us that Christmas is just around the corner. On October 13th Mr. and Mrs. Howard II::tchins and Mitchell Taylor went to Lexington, Kentucky to see the Kentucky-Villinova football ^unie. Ken tucky won with a score of 35 to 13. Guy Sigmon visited in Charleston, S. C., re cently and saw the Presbyterian-Citr.del football game. Presbyterian took that game by a 35 to 0 score. It has been rumored in the Printing Depart ment that Ed Ahrens now has a Kermel at his home on Wilson Drive. So if any of you fellows need a place to leave your dog while you are away on vacation just see Ed. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Haehnel and son Donald attended the wedding of Fritz’s nephew in New York City on November 4th. Fritz was honored as best man at the wedding. For once, your reporter was lucky enough to carry home a nice chocolate cake from the Hal loween Bingo party. Carlton Davis spent a recent vacation at his home in Frankhn, N. C. ELECTRO-CHEMICAL By Alfred Galloway Red Green’s son had the misfortune of breaking his leg. Sure hope he gets along alright and will be up and around again real soon. Gene Stepp and his wife at tended the Clemson-Wake Forest football game. They reported a good time. Those having vacations last month were as fol lows: A1 Ream and Carroll Metcalf. Maybe Car roll will have some good hunting tales to tell when he gets back. Wonder why Calvin R. always jumps when the phone rings. Maybe we will be able to report more on that next month. To get the greatest volume of whipped cream, chill cream, bowl and beater before you start to whip the cream. REFINING By Jack Rhodes My sincere thanks to Har old Hogsed of the Beater Room Office for filling in for me last month. He did such a good job. I’m trying to get him to take it over. Clifford Gillespie came back from his vacation all tired out from coon hunting all over the State. He caught some too. Huff Hooper is still worrying about the Uncle Jimmie Sledge was supposed to have bought at an Auction Sale. Guy Emerson’s vacation is to be taken up bird- hunting over in Huff’s territory. Curtis Gray’s wife and young son are visiting in California and Curt has been batching it. Be ginning to look a little peaked. Boy, I bet he gives home made biscuits down in the country when they get back. Jack Wilber and Frank Patton were among the Brevard people witnessing the Clemson-Wake Forest game. Roy Fisher and family also motored down for the game but me thinks Roy didn’t like the out come of the game too well. "Speedy” Jones is still buying Frank Patton and Harold Hogsed cokes as a result of the Yanks win ning the World Series. Incidentally, our thanks to those who made it possible for a Coca-Cola machine to be placed in the department. You just cannot substitute for a good bottled coke. Charlie Roller raised a couple of rows of pea nuts this year and did so well he is thinking of planting his whole garden in them next year. As a last thought, Burgin Kilpatrick is still looking for cigars— BUCCANEERS ORCHESTRA TO PLAY FOR TEEN-AGE DANCE The Recreation Department announces that the second Teen-age Dance will be held in our cafe teria on Friday, December 14th at 8:30 P. M. Children of employees, between 14 and 19 years of age, are cordially invited, and each teen-ager may bring one guest. Tables will be reserved for couples only. Admission will be by ticket only, and parents can secure these tickets from their supervisors. Music will be furnished by the Buccaneers or chestra of Asheville. 16

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