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SHEETING AND SHIPPING
By Callie Talley
Let’s again say thanks to
rop management for the boun
tiful turkey dinner served to
us on Thanksgiving day.
Lewis took one week of his
vacation this month and it’s
reported he renewed some old
We’re sorry to hear that Gene Watson’s father
has been in the hospital. We hope for him a
It’s been suggested that Freeman wear his car
keys around his neck.
Ralph Patterson’s brother has returned from
We have a new employee in shipping. Lamar
Chambers. He may be a new employee but not a
new face to many as he was a former highway
patrolman. Welcome, Lamar.
Keener reports he lost 3 lbs. the first day
lucky—he got a 105 pound buck. Ules wasn’t so
fortunate—Better luck next year, Ules.
Our deepest sympathy to Gwen who lost her
Willie is out for a week to be with her young
son, Ken. He was in the hospital.
Wedding bells have been ringing in our depart
ment. Fred Sorrells was married to Betty Moffit
November 29- Congratulations.
Sal and Gwen are learning to inspect.
Wilma wants a ten inch snow. Dot wants a sled
to go with that snow. Mickey isn’t hard to please
—just anything. Sal wants something to eat as
she’s lost 6 lbs. since she started inspecting.
"Becky” wants a new voice—she’s lost hers. Giles
wants a new front porch. James wants a red
wagon—Maybe he can come to work in it next
time we have ice on the roads. The girls who
wrap want more "scrouge”. Lorena wants a house
coat. Please bring Ellis something as he’s forgotten
there was a Santa. Bill Nix wants a doll all tied
up with a blue ribbon, about 5 ft. 4 in. tall. Lewis
still needs those roller skates to go from sheeting
to shipping. Waddell wants just clothes as he de
clares he’s wearing his only pair of pants. Cecil
wants a Cadillac and Charles Ledbetter wants any
thing that is free. Merry Christmas to everyone
and may Santa bring you all you wish for. Happy
Differences of purpose split us apart, preventing
co-operation and co-ordination of effort. Our
enemies’ slogan has always been, "Divide and
"A" SHIFT FINISHING
By Hayne C. Arthur, Jr.
This reporting job sure
does come around in a hurry.
It seems like only yesterday
that I wrote the November
The hunters of this shift
are after rabbits now. "Hoot”
Allison just lives from one
year to the next so that he can hunt rabbits. Be
careful "Hoot”, or you will be hopping.
Thomas Owens is service operator on this shift
now. Joe Delk is spotter and Donald Byrd is in
Wrap and Pack. Owens has been transferred from
"B” Shift. Your reporter has been transferred to
I understand that James Bumgarner will be your
news man from now on. Good luck, James.
It has been a pleasure to write this column and
I hope that it has brought a little pleasure to the
readers. So long!
Getting "het up” is just about the most useless
thing anyone can do. Trifles, ruffled feelings and
petty annoyances can become terrible tyrants. Be
sides burning up needed energy they add heavily
to the normal burdens of the day. They are like
termites undermining our personalities. Psychol
ogists tell us that the two major sins are fear and
anger. These are responsible for most of our un
The British Medical Journal tells of a house
wife who turned bright yellow after eating a pound
of carrots a day for a year.
Introducing Miss Rayetta Louise Keener, 5 months
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keener of Little
River. Ray is employed in Cellophane Sheeting.