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Members Of The Younger Set
LEFT, Patricia, 21 months, is daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Everette Harris, Cen
tral Warehouse. Paternal grandfather,
R. J. Harris, also works at Warehouse.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. J. Howard Chappell, of Elkin.
CENTER, Annie Maria Kallam, five
Automatic Blanket Mill
By BARBARA SCHACHT
Congratulations to James P. Turner
who took as his bride Miss Alice Crad
dock of Greensboro on Wednesday, No
vember 21. James is in Standards at the
Synthetics Mill and his bride is the
granddaughter of a former Fieldcrest
employee, Mrs. Alice Osborne, who now
belongs to Golden Age club.
We also extend congratulations to
Jimmie Alcorn and Ruby Snody who
became Mr. and Mrs. on Wednesday,
Best wishes and congratulations to
Ernest Gravely and Roxie Bryant who
became engaged on Thanksgiving Day
and will be married on December 23.
Zendale and Ethel Lemons couldn’t
be happier since the birth of their first
child. Sherry Lynn, on November 22.
This fine baby weighed eight pounds
and nine ounces.
We miss Norris Hundley who is out
with her mother who is critically ill in
At Fort Benning
The young soldier shown at rignt is
Pfc. Frederick C. Lewis who is current
ly stationed at Fort
where he is serving
with the 3rd Infan
try Division. Pfc.
Lewis is the son of
Mrs. Annie Bell
Lewis, who is em
ployed in the spin
ning room at the
Bedspread Mill. For
friends who wish to write, his address
is Pfc. Frederick C. Lewis, RA 1343777,
WPNS. Co. 4 Inf. Bn. Prov., 3rd Xnf.
Div., Fort Benning, Ga.
months, is daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Kallam. Father works at Blanket
RIGHT, Danny Meeks, one year old
when the picture was taken, is the !>on
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meeks. Mother
(Irene) is employed at Karastan.
the Martinsville hospital.
It’s nice to see Virgie Cheek back at
work and feeling chipper after six
weeks in the hospital.
The family of the late William Oliver
Marlowe express deep appreciation for
the many acts of kindness shown them
during their bereavement. We especial
ly thank those who sent food and
The W. O. Marlowe Family
Jean Carol, left, nearly two years
old, and Sandra Lee, five, are children
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Allen of Gra
ham. Their mother is the former Miss
Nell Archibald of Leaksville. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
Archibald. Mr. Archibald is foreman
of Shipping at Central Warehouse.
By FAY WARREN
The BREWER WHITTENS being sur
prised with a family get-together be
fore their departure for Florida for the
winter . . ■ Mr. and Mrs. DAv^
SIMONS beaming with pride over their
new son . . . BUREN VIA vacationing
for a week on a deer hunt . . ■ DEB-
WOOD MERRIMAN and N E T T I
HAYNES taking part in the annual
Thanksgiving service . . . Mr. and
EMORY GOODE being home after chat
extended trip to California . . . VIB
GINIA COMPTON teaching a Mission
Study book . . . VIRGINIA RICHARD
SON visiting friends down in Spray- ■ •
ANNE MINTER and LUCY MARTU’
taking that early Christmas shoppin|
trip to Roanoke . . . The R. E. JOYCE o
moving into their new home . . . RAY
MOND MARTIN driving that new car
. . . C. D. STONE recuperating nicely
from a recent illness . . HARVEi
REAVIS being elated over his re
cent trip to Nebraska, and his tnP
home on the plane from Chicago wit*J
our own Mr. Whitcomb . • . Friends ot
ELSIE HYLTON wishing for her every
success in her marriage which tooK
place on Thanksgiving Day in Soutn
Carolina. . . The C. D. LOONEYS mov
ing to Dallas, Texas . • . WORTK
BRAMMER improving somewhat after
his recent heart attack . . . WILLIAM
CHAMBLEY taking office as presi
dent of newly-organized Lions CluD
. . . MARSHALL HUNDLEY anticipat
ing many happy hours of relaxing after
his retirement December 1 . . . VEB'
NON WOOD being back on his joD
after that recent appendectomony.
By MARY STEPHENS
Best wishes to Jane Hopper, weave
room office, and Clyde Carter, weave
room, who were married November
at the bride’s home.
Betty Joyce is getting very excited
over her approaching marriage toJacK
Aheron, Jack formerly worked in
cut order dept., is now with the U. S-
Army stationed at Fort Jackson, S. 9'
They plan to make their home
Columbia, S. C.
CARD OF THANKS
The Gravely family express their
thanks and appreciation for all the
kindness shown during the illness and
death of their loved one, also to those
who sent flowers and furnished cars
at the funeral.
The Gravely Family
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