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EMPLOYEE AND PAINTINGS
Durant Shankle, father of C. V.
Shankle. C. V. is a fixer at Plant #1.
J. J. Blackwell, father of Troy,
Homer and Marshall Blackwell. Troy
is a fixer at Plant #1, and Homer and
Marshall are fixers at Plant #2.
W. F. Beeson and J. F. Beeson,
father and grandfather, respectively,
of Virginia Beeson. Virginia is a board
er at Plant #2.
Mrs. Ollie Treadway, mother of
Hazel L,ee. Hazel is a looper at Plant
Mrs. Kindley, mother of Nannie
Webb andLenaKennedy. Nannie is em
ployed in the Mending Department of
Plant #1, where Lena is employed as a
D. C. Phillips, father of Nora Lee
Welborn. Nora Lee is a seamer at
Joseph Lawson, brother of Annie
Sechrest. Annie is a mender at Plant #1.
Mr. Langley, father of Charles
Langley, Charlesis a fixer at Plant #1.
Jonah Cole, father of Grady Cole
and Louise Tuttle. Grady is a knitter
at Plant #7, where Louise is employed
R. F. Russell, father of J. W.
Russell and Marjorie Bivens. J. W. is
a knitter at Plant #7 and Marjorie is a
looper at Plant #1.
Mr. Cox, father of Percy V. Cox.
Percy is our Machine Shop foreman.
Morris Raulston, father of A1
Raulston. A1 is employed in the Tabulat
ing Department, Main Office.
Mrs. Susan E. Pilson, mother of
■1 • G. Pilson. J. G. is a fixer at Plant
Mrs. Macy Rimmer, mother of
Charles Rimmer. Charles is a knitter
at Plant #7.
Mrs. Tilley, sister of Willie Pope.
Willie is a fixer at Plant #6.
C. L. Michael, Sr., father of
Robert E. Michael. Bob is in charge
of quality control in Plants‘#6 and #7.
Pictured is Ollie High, looper,
Plant #1, pursuing her hobby of china
painting. Ollie enrolled in the china
painting class of the Arts and Crafts
Workshop, sponsored by the City Re
creation Department, and has had twenty
lessons thus far. She has spent ten to
twenty hours on each of her large col
lection of plates, as a great deal of
painstaking work goes into each one.
Some plates have to be fired as many as
three times, for four hours each time,
at 1500 degrees. Her specialtyis wed
ding and birth plates, which she does
Ollie also does oil painting, but pre
fers china painting as she finds it more
relaxing. She also has plans to study
interior decorating as her next course
in the Arts and Crafts Workshop.
The Workshop offers many courses
in arts and crafts, and registration for
the next session will be held on Janu
ary 5. A registration fee of $2.00 covers
an entire course of 8 weeks.
As fits the holy Christmas birth,
Be this, good friends, our carol still—
Be peace on earth, be peace on earth.
To men of gentle will.