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SEl’TKMBEK 20. 1»52
I Ethel Tate, tie-in-hand, recently.
I Fi’ed Leonard, Zeb Eaton, and
Tom Miiich of the Gastonia Eoc-
kets were dinner guests of
Miss Nadine Peck, winder ten
der, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Pipes of Atlanta, Ga., visited Miss
ts of Pipes of AuanLct,
and Mrs. Marie Peck’s sister, Mrs. Betty Webster
'^t^ornher 7. of Gulfport, Miss, recently.
Newton, warper ten-
Q . der, and her husband spent Sunday,
Sympathy is extended to a form- 7 at Mt. Mitchel.
ei employee, Mrs. Magdehne Faile ^ ^^an and his
Cpl. Bill Caskey is spending a Baker, spooler ten-
Alf^l der, had as dinner guests Sunday,
m' f. f r September 7 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Mis Caskey, before going over- Lincolnton, Mrs. C. V.
Mrs Nin i> » 1, 1 Harrili, Shelby, Mrs. H. R. Eakei,
viiitl ; f ‘Everette Baker, and family of
Visited friends and relatives in „ c„w,ov rit-v N C
Na^VnnVi,. m , Bessemer City, i\. V/.
Nashville, Tenn. recently. Price, oiler, was married ’
August 22, 1952 to Miss Edith]
week-end guests wedding took place at
♦!>,. t,„„e of the bride.
ijavage of Atlanta, Ga.
Jones, splicer, September 7,
W. K. Waycaster of Portsmouth,
Va., and Neil Waycaster and his
family were guests of Dillard
Bradshaw, weaver, and Mrs. Brad
Robert Webster and Frank Glass
were overnight guests of Osborn
’ w«Wstftr. splicer,
Charlie Hipps, Mrs. Hipps, and
daughter spent the week end of
August 30 with their son. Rev,
Robert weu& UCX
Harold Hipps of Greensboro, N. C.
were overnight guests of Osborn Mrs, Pat Bently, inspector, her
Webster and Mrs. Webster, splicer, husband, Lee Roy, and son spent
on September 8. the week end of September 0 with
Mrs. Janice Wallace, splicer, her mother in Georgia.
spent the Labor Day week end in
^ and rela- - o —
spent tne ijauui.
Selma, N. C. with friends and rela
Miss Maida Payne, splicer spent
a few days at Blowing Rock and
PFC. JANELLE A. HUGHES, Grandfather's Mountain recently.
<■ Tender Wal- Mrs. Theima Hargett, batter
’ ‘ c;,.v^^o^nhf
Know Your Reporter
Alfred Crawford, brother of
Cicneva Smith, spinner, is spending
^ day furlough at home after
being overseas for 19 months. Al-
fi'cd was a former employee of the
Mrs. Bessie Allen, spinner, is
back at work having been out due
Sgt. Jack H Tino, doffer, is
working again in the Twisting De
partment after serving 21 months
in the Army. Sgt, Tino spent 1 year
and 10 months in Korea,
Luther Shehane, twister tender,
is working again having been out
for several days due to a small
Mrs, Catherine Fletcher, tie-in-
hand, and her husband, J. E. Flet
cher, spent the week end of August
30 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thurman
‘"wuav, S. C.
daughter of Twister Tender Wal
ter L. Hughes, entered the Arm
ed Service January 12, 1951. She
received training at P’'ort Lee,
Virginia; and at Fort Sam
Houston Hospital, San Antonia,
Texas. She is presently stationed
in Germany with a general hos
pital. Pfc, Hughes’ mother also
works for Firestone as a Twist
ing Department respooler.
Mrs. Theima Hargett, battery
hand, visited relatives September
0 in Bishopville, S. C.
Mrs. Rosetta Van Dyke, Imttery
filler, and her husband, Tommy, re-
recently spent a week end at Camp
Mrs. Ruby Blaylock, daughter of
Mrs. Wallace Deanhardt, battery
hand, is moving to Fort Bragg to
stay with her husband who is sta
tioned there in the Army.
Mrs. Jane Rice, smash hand, and
Elam Kay lor, warp hand, along
■ ’— TT':..o<-fnnp, neople
(Graham, winder ten-
’ nad as guests on August 31 visiting Mr, and Mrs. x.
band of n?' and rr hus-’ Hemingway, S. C.
^ ^ 01 Clemson, S. C. and Mrs. T. Revels, daughter of
^ ’—1—A Mrs. Annie Lunsford, oiler, and
band of Clemson, S. C. and Mr!
H. Lindsey and husband and son
of Atlanta, Ga.
Jimmy Lou Hartgrove, warper
helper, spent Labor Day week end
in the mountains.
The home of Mrs. Bernice Roland,
winder tender, was damaged by
fire — * ^ T—
Williamson and daughter of Mc
Call, S. C. Elam Kaylor, warp nanu,
Mrs. Annie Lunsford, oiier, and ■with many other Firestone people
her family spent the week end of enjoyed the West End Methodist
August 30 in Murphy, N. C, with Homecoming Sunday, September 7
relatives. at Rankin Lake,
^ Mrs. Lucille Davis, change hand,
1 and her family spent Sunday,
MRS. CHRISTINE CLARK,
secretary for Industrial Rela
tions Director T. B. Ipock, Jr.,
30 visiting mi.
Smith at Hemingway, S. C. reiauiv^o.
Mrs. James Revels, daughter of ' Mrs. l,uc nc tions uireci-oj,
Mrs. Annie Lunsford, oiler, and WEAVING and her family spent Sunday,
James Revels announce the birth Worth Honeycutt,
weaver, and ^eptemoer in ooncora, in.
of a baby girl on August 27 at Mrs. Honeycutt took their son, visi mg rea iv s. Earl L, Clark, twister doffer,
’"1 Wn.snital. e.n/prLk^'Gurley,’Night Super- recently completed and
1 moved into their new 7-rooni
Mrs. Honeycutt tuv... . Q^ady Richardson, seco ^ [
of a baby ... Iwallace, to Brevard College I the week end of
-... u. - . I “the we*"end of August 80 « ”'7"‘"ently.“ Nall lives in S- C. ® Carver change
winder tender, was
damaged by 1 spent the wee Jo V^C^^ v hanr and her husband, Roy, Ship-
fire on August 31. Most of e Iroadway who is in a McGinnis, spteer, Department, made a top
furniture was saved but
damaged IB anc e City.j^^^^ »ountains^_the jeek^en^,^
N. C. recently.
Earl L. Clark, twister doffer,
have recently completed and
moved into their new 7-room
brick veneer home on the Neil
Hawkins Road. Mrs. Clark re
ports that they’re very pleased
with the home and the wide open
spaces that suiTound it. Their
children Lynn, 9, and Sharon, 5,
are especially proud of the latter.
Continued on Page 4—
JUpg j ■ hospital there.
®Pent tVi spooler tender, Harold Dodgen, doffer, and his visited at her home m rorco./
with h . S^Pten^ber 6 wife, Mrs. Bertha Dodgen, tie-in- N. C. recently. the mountains me ...
Canto Mrs. T. E. Holland, hand, had as week-end guests Creed Styles and family of Ash- September 14. They went especially
August 30, Mr. and Mrs. Emery ville, N. C. were guests of Mrs. I for the Carver reunion. ^
^^f'estone^s Veteran Bond Buyers Are Asked: '"WhyDo You Buy Bonds?’"
industry in the state from the standpoint of j been buying bonds under the Payroll Savings Plan ever since the plan was instituted
omnloyees who are This is the season for state and national “bond drives”, thus the question “Why d(
' Von Ruv Bonds?” is timely and could possibly provide the right answers to those wh
mESTONB the Pl^n^V
employee participation in the ;^gs Bonds, The inq select group o
willing to speak a good word for out severa o whoj^a^
talk to all employee bond buyers, ;Pirestone acquire^^ ^
buyers; those who have been here sine ^^ __ | !■■■■
Wade stiles, B09 South
spindle setter: “The pro-
worked out well for
been buying bonds under
^Payroll Savings Plan since it
it^T^u^ ^^d I’ve never regretted
ope to give my tw^o children,
college education with my
^ s. ]v[y_ gtiles has gradually
'-^P his bond purchases
lae buys an $18.75 bond
MRS. DELONA TAYLOR, 106
South Dalton, splicer: “It's a
good way to save money. If I
took that money home in my pay
envelope it would never be saved.
We plan to use our bonds to
send our daughter to college. My
advice to those not now buying
bonds is that they couldn’t make
a better investment.” Mrs.
Taylor’s husband is Second Hand
Claude Taylor of the Twisting
WILLIAM COSEY, 320 King
Street, speeder tender: “The
ibest way to save—get more for
your money. It's also the easiest
way to save, since the money is
taken out the painless way—be
fore you draw it. Patriotism and
thrift should be reasons enough
to make anyone want to buy
MRS, MAYBELLE KEISLER,
1113 West Third Ave., reclaim
er: “It sure comes in handy to
have some bonds saved up when
emergencies arise. It's about the
only way we can save anything.
If you don't draw, you don’t
miss it! Everybody ought to buy
bonds, if only to help them over
the tight spots.”
BELON HANNA, 314 South
Liberty, section man: “It’s as
good a way as I know of to save
money, and you’re helping the
government at the same time.
All employees ought to try to
save money this way, if for no
other reason to provide for emer
gencies when they arise.”