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GUMMING AND REAMING
By Howard Page
ACROSS THE TRACKS
By Hilda Hunnicutt
Congratulations are in or
der for Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Praytor, who are the proud
parents of an 8 lb. baby girl.
Donald reports that mother,
father and baby are doing
J. Babe Norton had his va
cation last week. He went to Madison County to
do some hunting but was unable to brave the week
Grady Wilkie used his vacation time visiting in
Charleston, S. C. He attended several Southern
Conference football games.
Goode Loftis, Tulen Israel and Doc Simms at
tended the Wake Forest-Clemson game. They
were disappointed, too.
]. B. Norton (Fine Paper) tells us that he and
his tivo sons recently had a woriderful tour through
the "Smokies” and he brought hack photographs
to prove it. At top are ]. B. Jr., (left) and Ralph
before they left on the trip. Center is shown the
parking area at Newfound Gap, and below a bear
enjoying a coke.
We "Tar Heels” are cer
tainly feeling the cold weath
er now. At this moment ev
eryone is concerned about
getting anti-free2e into the
radiators of their cars.
Bob Rhyne, Frank Ferrell
and their wives spent an ex
citing weekend at Chapel Hill viewing the Ten-
nessee-Carolina football game. Frank really liked
the German beer that was available in Chapel Hill
—he said it has quite a "kick” to it! Must have
been quite a trip since Bob found it necessary to
take a week’s vacation following it.
Ed Hill was the center of attraction at a mas
querade dance at Bent Creek Ranch. For a descrip
tion of his costume, contact Ed or Jim Brennan.
Gene Eggert is all smiles again. The addition
to his house is nearly complete, and best of all, he
got the furnace in before this cold weather came
Charles and Thelma Glazener went to Sanford,
N. C., to visit Dr. and Mrs. Sowers during their
week s vacation. They had quite an enjoyable
Charles Mcjunkin took a week’s vacation but I
was unable to find out how he spent it—relaxing
We were sorry to hear about Jim Brennan’s
wife and C. L. Dickson’s wife being sick. We wish
them a speedy recovery.
Dan Wallen hears regularly from Eugene King,
Jr. Eugene is now studying at Stetson University
We welcome Leola Hall to the Analytical Lab
oratory. Glad to have you with us, Leola.
Just can’t resist telling "you-all” about Frank
Ferrell, Bob Rhyne and their cattle. They are
really in the business now. They can be seen
walking bow-legged down the hall singing "Home
on the Range”. If you see them in cowboy attire,
don’t be surprised—they’re just trying to give the
impression of real cowhands!
From what I hear, Lloyd Harris must be paint
ing his house. He’s Ijeen groaning about painter’s
cramps, and, worse than that, he thinks his lungs
are lined with enamel now.
Quite a few of us are planning on seeing foot
ball games within the next week or so, so I’ll be
reporting on these trips next month.
Cedar-Paint—Cedar-Lux is a chemical com
pound that deodorizes clothes and permanently
moth-and-fire-proofs closets, chests, and drawers.
Sold as powder, it is made of the pulverized red
cedar and concentrated red cedar oil. Mix with
water and paint or spray on any surface, including