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Miss Ethel Lucille Merrill, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Otis C. Merrill of Penrose, N. C. and Edward
H. Zellman of Umatilla, Florida, son of Mrs. Rosa
Zellman and the late Edward A. Zellman of Uma
tilla, IVere married November 29, J932 at the
Little River Baptist Church. The Reverend John
T. Neal performed the ceremony. Mrs. Zellman
is a former employee of the Endless Belt Depart
ment. The couple xvill reside in Umatilla, Fla.
By Alex Duris
"Peace on Earth,” — and
the fighting goes on in Ko
rea! How long, oh, how long
will it be before men can re
solve their differences and
learn to live at peace, one
with the other? There will
be little peace at this Holy
Day celebration in the world, but aside from those
who have loved ones at the front, most Americans
will be able to enjoy peaceful holidays. Once
again, the American people owe a tremendous
debt to those who are on the world fronts keep
ing the flame of liberty alive, so that freedom will
not perish from the earth.
Would it not be wonderful, if we could carry
over the good will exhibited towards one’s fellow
men during the holiday season, on and on, through
out the entire year?
We were very sorry to learn of Betty Perkin’s
misfortune and illness. We hope that you will be
able to recover soon, and that you will be back
with us before too long.
Alice Garren enjoyed a restful vacation recent
ly—mostly puttering around and relaxing.
Tom Smith took a "quickie” trip to St. Peters
Miss Juanita Albertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jay C. Albertson of Brevard was rec^nny gradu
ated from Greenville General Hospital School of
Nursing, Greenville, S. C. In June 1932 she was
elected to represent her school at the 1932 Bi
ennial Nurses Convention in Atlantic City, N. J.
She is at present a member of the staff at the
Greenville General Hospital. Her father is em
ployed in the Finishing Department (Paper Div.)
burg, Florida. They say that Tom was worried
about his favorite green bench down there and
also wanted to check up on the orange crop.
Katherine Siniard was another of the girls who
enjoyed a quiet and restful vacation.
Hazel Reese has bid farewell to the Files Sec
tion. Hazel has decided that being a housewife has
certain advantages. \)0^e wish you tne best of luck.
E. B. Garrett, Jr., enjoyed an early December
vacation at Winter Haven, Florida, in the heart
of the citrus and lake region of the Sunshine State.
It’s really one of the prettiest spots in the state.
Dot Capps, of the machine records department,
vacationed in Augusta and Atlanta, Georgia and
at home. They tell me that Dot can swing con
crete blocks around with the greatest of ease, as
she acted as a mason’s helper to her husband. If
you have any concrcte block work to be done,
call the Machine Records Department for rates.
Marie Rickman spent her vacation in Hender
sonville, where she enjoyed puttering around her
The boys on Wall Street are babes in the woods
compared to Charley Cook, Carl Stevens, and
"Chigger” Reese, as they w.-.tch the spinning coin
which decides who is to pay for the ice cream!
Until we get Charley Brewer’s permanent APO
address, the ping pong boys wish to be remem
bered to you, Charley!