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Vol. 1, No. 2
E. I. Du Pont DeNemours & Company, Brevard, N. C.
The greasy pole was particularly
challenging. It remained unsealed until
late in the afternoon when a hand of
stalwart youngsters conquered its
heights and claimed the fistful! of
High upon a mountain top,
amid whispering pines and cascading
streams, the gala, once-a-year Du
Pont Employee’s Picnic was held. Over
a thousand people visited that portion
of the Du Pont property known as the
Lots of sunshine, games, prizes
and food combined to make the picnic
a smashing success. A multitude of
prizes and the thrill of competition
attracted hundreds of contestants in
the diverse contests.
A moment alone . . . and sweet
Kibitzing from the shade left
to right: Jim Hubbard, Leon Howard,
Ed Frost and Pat Hubbard.
There was plenty of good food to fortify guests for the rigors of pic
nicking. Gary Smith prepares his fortification. ^
A delight to on-lookers and par
ticipants alike was the penny scramble
for boys and girls 2-5 years old. Here
children learned the frantic struggle
for money that continues through later