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Maford Sanders, speeder oiler,
his wife visited Tennessee,
Ji'ginia, Kentucky, and Indiana
^'^hile on vacation.
Leroy Posey and Mrs. Posey, can
auler, visited Chimney Rock while
on their vacation.
>5hirley Bolding, speeder tender,
Lois Bolding, spinner, had a
^onderful vacation at Carolina
^each and Chimney Rock, N. C.
Ophelia Massey, carding sweep-
had as week end guests July
^ and 27, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
ichols and family from Ander
son, S. C.
S. L. Owens, overseer, and Mrs.
Wens visited their daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hudson
ak Ridge, Tenn. while on their
i Chastain, intermediate
6n er, and Mrs. Chastain, can
family visited Carolina
®®ch, N. during their vacation,
^yd Lewis, speeder tender, is
® ing along nicely following an
Peiation at the Memorial Hos-
P'tal in Charlotte, N. C.
Purinan Mason, can hauler, is a
lent at the Memorial Hospital
^ IS improving very nicely.
“Sck Failes, roving hoister> and
announce the birth of a
_ Jack Edwin, weighing seven
^°un s six ounces on Tuesday, July
’ ^ ^srrison General Hospital.
Lennie Green, spinner,
part of her vacation in
famM^ overseer, and his
v„„ spent several days of his
^ation at Carolina Beach, N. C.
ly ^allew, oiler, and his fami-
tion^^'^^ several days of their vaca-
niountains near An-
aiews, N. C.
Christopher, spinner, en-
Kiiv ^ of her vacation at
^ure Beach, N. C.
'vife^**p^ Courtney, doffer, and his
VafQf spinner, spent their
had^ Blue Ridge, Pa. They
time and really
ChAc some nice sized fish at
i,j ^ Head, spinner, was recently
iiicely^*^ ''"^eck but is getting along
Air'^^ of the United States
Ooj.poj°^j^^ has been promoted to
Lewis and Pfc.
Braj 'h^ Bi'adshaw, son of Coy
^^adsh^"^’ hand, and Mrs.
On j, 1 ^®re united in marriage
1952 at Loray Baptist
hig * . ■ F'orrester, overseer, and
H Greenville on
siste^^’ Forrester and
also Gertrude Baber. They,
der<j’ '^^^^ted Camp Tekoa in Hen-
on Sunday, July 6.
sic)j 1 winder tender, is on
decto having had an appen-
hcf Hinkle, warper tender,
ter^ Preston, and daugh-
^ spent their last vacation
Myrtle Beach, S. C.
Clarence D^bnaldson, twister ten
der, Annie Donaldson, respooler,
and family spent their vacation
sight-seeing in Western North
Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia.
Scott M. Crisp, twister doffer,
and wife announce the birth of a
son, Scott, Jr., weighing eight
pounds ten ounces on Saturday,
June 28, at the Gaston Memorial
Kate Lynch, reclaimer, traveled
to New Orleans, La., for her va
Orbie Chastain, respooler, spent
her vacation at Bryson City, N. C.
Helen Mason, tie-in-hand, Ho
ward Mason, spinning doffer, and
I’amily spent their vacation in
Western North Carolina.
Sarah Crisp, tie-in-hand, J. C.
Crisp, twister tender, and daughter
spent their vacation sight-seeing in
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,
Tennessee, and Western North
Ruby Rhodes, respooler, spent
2leven days of her vacation in
Texas, visiting her son who is in
Frances Walker, tie-in-hand, and
Marshall Walker, twister tendei’,
had a wonderful vacation at Folly
Beach, S. C.
Clifford Stuman, twister tender,
and his family spent several days
at Myrtle Beach, S. C.
Sadie Richardson, reclaimer, and
her husband enjoyed their vacation
visiting in Orangeburg, S. C., and
Elizabeth Howell, reclaimer, and
:ier husband spent a few days at
Myrtle Beach, S. C. during their
Gladys Davis, respooler, and
daughter, Sandra, spent two weeks
it Daytona Beach, Fla.
Virginia Bradley, reclaimer, and
her family spent the third week of
July at Camp Firestone, Bridge
Eunice Jacobs, respooler, and
I'amily enjoyed a week’s stay at
Myrtle Beach, S. C.
Myrtle Benton, reclaimer, and
her husband stayed at Nags Head,
N. C. during the week of July 13.
They reported a nice catch of fish
J. A, Haney, cable doffer, and
his wife spent one week of their
vacation at Myrtle Beach, S. C.
Evelyn Hughes, respooler, and
family toured Florida during their
vacation in July.
Lloyd Smith, cable doffer, and
his wife, Carolyn Anderson, re-
laimer, and Garl Anderson, cable
doffer, traveled north on their va
cation. They visited Virginia, Bal
timore, Md., Washington, D. C.,
and Nags Heads, N. C.
Sympathy is extended to Jake
Cogdill, tape man, on the recent
death of his father.
William Cosey, speeder tender,
and wife, Annie, winder tender,
along with Mr. and Mrs. Hoyle
McGinnis motored to Florida dur
ing the week of July 13.
Claude Taylor, second hand, and
family. Cola Mae Stacy, respooler,
and her family spent the week of
July 13 at Daytona Beach, Fla.
Stella Connor, respooler, and her
family enjoyed a wonderful trip
to Panama City, Fla., the week of
Marie Fogle, respooler, spent
the week of July 13 with her son,
M. L. Fogle, in Washington, D. C.
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SCHOOL was never like this. Left to right are Jerry Barton,
Shirley Mauney, and Kathleen Hughes enjoying summer’s respite
from books and home work at Firestone Playground. All live in the
Firestone Community and have parents or relatives who are em
ployed by the Company.
Jess Shehane, twister tender, and
family, along with Mrs. Lillie New
ton, enjoyed a trip to Baltimore,
Md. the week of July 13 to see
J. L. Shehane and his family.
During the week of July 13,
Elease Cole, reclaimer, and her
husband, Loyd, visited in North
Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee.
Mary Lankford, respooler, and
family enjoyed a trip to Florida
the week of July 12.
Ruby Riley, respooler, and hus
band, Alvin, second hand, and
children enjoyed a week’s stay at
Myrtle Beach, S. C. the week of
July 13. During the week of July
19, they stayed at Camp Firestone,
Paul Powers, weaver, his wife,
Mrs. Powers, battery hand, his ten
brothers and sisters, and families
celebrated their mother’s 75th
birthday Sunday, July 27 at Rankin
Inez and Frances Brewer, battery
hands, and their family spent their
vacation in Tennessee and Georgia.
Ella Ruff, battery hand, and her
daughter, Joyce, Kenny Keisler
and his wife and daughter spent
their vacation in Florida.
Jane Rice and her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. F. Atkinson, spent
their vacation with relatives in
Homestead, Fla. •
Udine Dilling, battery hand, her
husband. Bill, main office, her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark, and
Shirley Briggs spent their vaca
tion at Nags Head and Maneto,
N. C. They also saw the drama,
“The Lost Colony”.
Bill Keever, weaver, and his
wife, Mae, battery hand, visited the
Smokies and Tennessee during va
Ollie Liles, fixer, and his wife,
Elrese, battery hand, spent a week
at Carolina Beach, N. C. during
Bloomie Franklin, weaver, spent
his vacation with his parents in'
Franklin, N. C.
Thelma Hargett, battery filler,
and family spent a week in Nor
folk, Va. and another week in Mon
roe, N. C. while on vacation.
Betty Martin, smash hand, and
daughter, Becky, spent the week
in Erwin, N. C. and White Lake.
Paul Motes, fixer, and family
visited relatives in Georgia.
Beatrice Carver, change hand,
and her husband, Roy, shipping de
partment, visited relatives in
Maine, St. Stephen N. B., Canada.
They also spent a few days with
Mrs. Carver’s mother, Mrs. Thomas
Lane of Boston, Mass.
Mrs. Wallace Deanhardt, battery
filler, spent a week touring South
Carolina and Tennessee.
Edna Champion, spare hand,
visited Liberty 'and Greenville,
Blanche Dobbins, spare hand, and
her family had a wonderful time
visiting her son, Pfc. Jimmy Dob
bins, at Camp Chaffee, Ark.
Miami, Fla., was really a vaca
tion spot for many of the Firestone
employees. Among some of those
in Florida were Carl McAbee.
weaver, and his wife, Leona, smash
hand, Claude Rogers, fixer, and his
Charles Lunsford, twister tender,
Opal Lunsford, inspector, and fami
ly spent the weekend of July 12
with Mrs. Zellie Hart of Lyons,
Esther Green, inspector, visited
her mother in Georgia during the
weeks of July 12 through July 26.
During the week of July 13,
Louella Queen, inspector, enjoyed
her vacation at Myrtle Beach,
Charlie Hipps, inspector super
visor, spent the week of July 12
through July 26 at Blowing Rock,
N. C. and Lake Junaluska.
Lee Ballenger, carding depart
ment, his wife, Geneva, inspector,
their daughter, Patricia Ann, Roy
Harwell, shop, his wife, and their
daughter, Donna Dare, enjoyed
Canada on their vacation. They
visited the Yellow Stone National
Park, and Grand Coulee Dam. In
the state of Washington, they visit
ed Geneva’s grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Cope, and her father,
G. W. Cope. In Canada, they tour
ed Penticton, Canada.
Reba Turner, inspector, and son
vacationed in Homer, Ga., with her
mother, Mrs. G. D. Massey.
Exie Quinn, inspector, and her
husband, Lakes, bailer, visited her
brother, Ralph Pope, in Oak Ridge,
Tenn. during vacation.
T. G. Stacy, inspector, and his
wife vacationed in Norfolk, Va.
with their daughter, Mildred O’
Brien, the week of July 13.
Pete McArver, second hand, and
his wife toured Florida during
Jack Gilreath, yarn man, and
his wife enjoyed a wonderful tiip
throug-h Murphy, Robbinsville, and
Raleigh, N. C. on their vacation.
Kate Huffstetler, winder hand,
and her family spent part of their
vacation at Myrtle Beach, S. C.
While on vacation, Nadine Peck,
winder tender, spent a few days at
Myrtle Beach, S. C.
Faye Ross, winder tender, and
her family moved into their new
home located on the Linwood Road
during their vacation.
Seattle Mantooth, winder tender,
and sons spent their vacation visit
ing at Newport, and Knoxville,
Arnold Grindle, warper tender,
spent his vacation fishing at Fon
Charlie McArver, inspector, and
his wife had a wonderful vacation
in Florida for the first week and
spent the second week in Boone,
Kitty Hovis, winder tender, and
her family spent part of their va
cation at Myrtle Beach, S. C., and
Asheville, N. C.
Bonnie Fletcher, winder tender,
and family enjoyed their vacation
at Carolina Beach, N. C.
Faye Oates, winder tender, went
to Carolina Beach on her vacation.
Hazel Patterson, winder tender,
and family spent their vacation in
Ruby Chapman, winder tender,
spent her vacation in Milton, Fla.
Lillian Smith, winder tender, va
cationed at Carolina Beach, N. C.
Ruby Withers, winder tender, and
family spent a few days during
vacation at Chimney Rock, N. C.
W. R. Turner, Jr., fixer, and
family spent ten days in Florida,
going especially to see his brother.
Ada Anderson, winder tender,
and sons spent their vacation in
Murphy, N. C. They caught a nice
catch of fish.
Charles Esslinger, yarn man, and
his wife, Louise, winder tender,
vacationed in Missouri.
Juanita Gamble, winder tender,
and her mother and daughter visit
ed relatives and friends in Knox
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