may 25, 1953 NEWS PAGE THREE IN BRIiF CARbi^G Oscar Lijivfe, ojjener tender, is at his nohle. Wishes for a speedy recov^l*y ^il'e sent to him. The empldyfees of the Carding Department \irelc6litle Malcolm JoHy. intermedl^tie itoder, Ben razier, sweeper, arid Ei’nest Rid- ®» can hauler, to this depliiHment. Welcomed back to work iffecetlt- y Was Eunice Wylie, csltt haillei-, iiriife ^56en out sick fot soirie Louise Dill, st>eeder ten- and her husband, George, spent Sunday, May 10, at Chimney ®ck. Mrs. Dill was on her vaca tion the week of May 11. ^ Second Hand Carl Rape and Mrs. e ^ inspector, had as week- rjf quests recently, Mr. and Mrs. • • Rape and daughter, Brenda, Greensboro. ■*oUy, intermediate tender, ^cationed the week of May 11. Mfs. Carl Rape spent ® er’s Day at Carlisle Military c ool in Bamberg, S. C., with son, Bobby. Harris and Mrs. Harris, With M spent Mother’s Day p and Mrs. N. N. Nolen in Greenville, S. C. g section man, is in week of his vacation Naf Texas, attending the ,• Baptist Convention be- '""S held there. ^'iby Nix, daughter of ^ ® Man R. M. Brown and ®^°wn, and her children sail- hp England recently to join ^ husband, S/Sgt, James C. Nix. ***inning Mrs. W. A. Brown, eni spinner respectively, ^ delightful trip to Marion, ’’ their vacation. They visit ed bert sons, Dean and Hu- ^i ^bo are studying for the I)ean finishes this year gg . and one-half years of 'nary work. He also is pastor als^ '^h'lrch there. Dean’s wife is in to school and majoring th She will teach at Marion College there. Hubert, ^rmerly of the Machine Shop at is finishing his first Q J*' wife, who has been seri- y ill, is showing much im provement. Picker Ruth Minor at- ^^vival services of the Oral Avc Campaign in Charlotte the of May 3. Rassie Honea, roller pick- her husband visited their ^6ar Greenville, S. C., on Mother's Day. Skipper, spinner, had recently, her sister and Boy, some friends from """^nettsville, S. C. Jami!’ spinner, her son, Sh^v and his wife of visited Marshall r®centl in Greensboro &Tl Mfg ^ Calhoun, daughter of fiill'r lu'"^ Calhoun, spinner, and Weaving De- »^icelv recuperating very at her home. retiiv^* Conrad, spinner, has eoirj' under- Mptvi,x ®P®ration at the Gaston rial Hospital. Friends of er Mrs. Conrad will be glad to hear thkt she is getting along well. John Sills, fixer, visited in Salis bury for a few days while on vaca tion, Fred Ballew, oiler, spent part of his vacation recently fishing. The biggest fish that he caught weigh ed 1 pound and 8 ounces. Mrs. Dozy Helms, spinner, re cently was on vacation. She spent of her vacation working a- tbund the house. Claude Kelly, doffer, and wife, Lizzy, visited in Danville, Va., for a few days recently while on vaca tion. Early Raseberry, doffer, is tak ing a week of his vacation. TWISTING Mrs. Annabell Adams, respooler, spent a week of vacation at home doing her spring cleaning. Odell Human, twister tender, and his family recently spent the week end with his mother who has been very ill. Marshall Walker, twister ten der, Mrs. Frances Walker, tie-in- hand, and their son, David, recent ly spent their vacation at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois visiting the former’s brother, T. Sgt. Woodrow Walker, and his family. The Walkers crossed the Mississi ppi River to St. Louis, Mo., and they really enjoyed this trip. Junior Lancaster, former twist er tender, has been promoted to section man on the fourth floor twisting, taking the place of Jessie Hodge who is now a second hand, Mrs. Irene Odell, tie-in-hand, Wayne Odell, weaver, and their son, Michael, recently spent their vacation at Folly Beach, Charles ton, S. C. They had a wonderful time. Odis Todd, twister tender, and his family spent Mother’s Day with his mother in Dillon, S. C. The employees of the Twisting Department welcome the following' people to their department: Ruth Carpenter, Sallie Brewer, Edith Bryson, and Nervie Barbee, Mrs. Edith Robinson, reclaimer, had as a week-end guest recently, her son. Pvt. Harold Robinson, who is stationed at Fort Lee. Va. Harold was a doffer in Ply Twist ing Department before entering the service. Everett Watson, yarn checker, qnd his family recently spent the week end with relatives at Lawn dale, N. C. Ray Montgomery, twister ten der, and his wife spent Mother’s Day with the former’s mother in Murphy. A/2C Loyd Hollifield recently spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Flay Hollifield, re spooler. Loyd has recently return ed from Korea and is now station ed at Tullahoma, Tenn. Mrs. Holli field has two more sons in service, Sgt. Ray Hollifield who landed in Germany in January and A/2C Lee Hollifield who arrived in Japan in November, Charlie Woody, twister tender, and his wife celebrated their 16th wedding anniversary on May 1. Marshall Walker, twister ten der, and Mrs. Frances Walker, tie-Sn-hand, celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary May 4. Vincent Griggs, twister tender, and Mrs. Dixie Griegs, reclaimer, had as their guest on May 3, the former’s brother. Porter Griggs, Makes Clean Sweep ONE of the leading “broom salesmen” in town is Overseer Hobart Aldridge of the Twist ing Department. During the annual Lions Club broom sale for the benefit of blind people, Mr. Aldridge was a star at the cash register, ringing up nearly $1000.00 in total sales. from the University of North Carolina. Mrs. Ruth McCreight, reclaimer, was on vacation the first week of May. She visited her mother, Mrs, Corrie Smith of Canton on Mother’s Day, Mrs, Clara Mitchell, reclaimer, and family were recent dinner guests of her mother, Mrs, Annie Calhoun of South Gastonia, Mr. and Mrs, W, A, Johnson, Jr,, and son of Wheaton, Md., were guests of W. A. Johnson, Sr,, fixer, and Mrs. Corrie Johnson, reclaim er, the week end of May 10, Mrs, Elsie McCrain of Wheaton, Md,, was the guest of Mrs. Corrie Johnson, reclaimer, recently,*; She also visited her son, J. B, Easier, twister tender, the week end of May 10. Mrs. Rosie Lee Summey, daugh ter of Mrs. Ruth McCreight, re claimer, has recently returned to her home from the Gaston Me morial Hospital, Best wishes for a speedy recovery. Miss Lillie Rowland, oiler, and Mrs. Betty Thomas, inspector, visited at Marble, N, C,, on Mother’s Day. They went especially to attend the homecoming at Mt, Zion Baptist Church, Mrs. Juanita Beddingfield, re- ^pooler, and family spent the week end of May 4 in Tuxedo, N, C., with Mr, and Mrs, R, H. Bedding field, Mrs, R, H, Beddingfield I’e- turned with them for a visit. Little Miss Linda Beddingfield celebrated her 4th birthday, April 29, with a party. Refreshments were served and Linda received many nice gifts from her friends. Luther Alford, twister tender, recently enjoyed a week’s vacation. His brother, MiSton Alford of New Jersey, spent two weeks with a sister, Mrs. Ola Austin, tie-in- hand, and him. Jack Sutton, twister tender, and Mrs. Sutton are spending a week’s vacation with the former’s brother, George Sutton in Fort Royals, Va. H. C. Lanford, Jr., son of Mrs. Mary Lanford, respooler, recently went into the Army. He is now stationed at Camp Pickett, Va. •lames Piercy, formerly a fixer, has been promoted to second hand on the 4th and 5th floors in the Twisting Department. SPOOLING The daughter of Mrs. Hazel Hice, warper helper, recently won second place in a speech contest. She made her speech on the United Nations. The employees of the Spooling Department wish Maude Lail, win der tender, a speedy recovery, Mrs, Lail has been out for three weeks due to a fall. Mrs. Pauline Barrett, winder tender, is taking one week’s vaca tion while her son, Steve, is on leave from the Navy. Several employees of the Spool ing Department have recently been on vacation. They are: Hazel New ton, warper tender; Mrs. Grady Davis, reclaimer; Minnie Carpen ter, warper tender; and Lela Wil son, reclaimer. J, H, Hyde of Robbinsville re cently visited his daughter, Mrs. Daisy Williams, reclaimer, Mrs. Mary Lou Acuff, winder tender, entertained her aunt and cousins, Mrs. Frank Mellon, and sons of Lawndale, N, C,, recently. Mrs. Frances Player, winder ten der, and her husband attended Me morial Services at the Adaville Baptist Church of Forest City, Mrs. Gertrude Hampton, warper tender, is confined to her home with a broken ankle which she re ceived in a fall recently. Wishes for a speedy recovery are sent to her, Mrs. Daisy Williams, reclaimer, had as guests recently, Mr, and Mrs, Herman English of Charlotte. Welcomed to the Spooling De partment recently were the fol lowing employees: Mrs. Carrie Mae Spivey, Mrs. Estie Dills, and Clvde Mitchell. Mrs. Brannon Cox, winder ten der, recently spent a week’s vaca tion at Miami Beach, Fla. She accompanied her husband, C. J. Cox, to an insurance convention which was held there. They stayed at the Cassa Blanc Hotel." While there they toured the nearby towns and had a wonderful time. WEAVING Mrs. Mary Ellen Posey, battery hand, and her daughter, Ann, visit ed the former’s mother, Mrs, J, R. Ballew of Liberty, S, C,, recently, Mrs. Udine Dilling, battery hand, attended the Central College Freshman-Sophomore Banquet at Greenville, S, C., on Friday night. May 8. Mrs. Ruby Clanton, battery hand, and her husband, Marshall, spent their vacation at Fort Lau derdale and Miami, Fla. Mrs. Harcell Tate, smash hand, and her husband. Bud, weaver, visited Buren Tate at the Black Mountain Sanatorium on Sunday, May 10. Mrs. Audrey Mathis, smash hand, and her son, Thomas, visited her brother, Sgt. B. F. Miller at Fort Campbell, Ky. He is leaving for Korea on May 24. Mrs. Vickie Spencer, battery hand, and her husband, Pete, visit ed W. W. Jones in Shelby recent ly. Mrs. Jane Rice, smash hand, went by plane to Homestead, Fla., recently to visit relatives. She motored back, accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Margaret Fox. J. C. Ruff, fixer, and his wife, Mrs. Ella Ruff, change hand, spent Sunday, May 20, at Chimney Rock visiting relatives. S. C. Tate, slasher tender, is ill at his home on Weldon Street. Mr. Tate will enter Duke Hospital in Durham as soon as he can get a room there. Ronnie McDonald, son of Mrs. Micky McDonald, smash hand, is confined to his home due to rheumatic fever. Wishes for speedy recovery are sent to him, Vivian Parham, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Parham, weaver, will graduate from Chapel Grove School in June with the high honor of Salutatorian of her class. Miss Vivian Bumgardner, smash hand, and Mrs, Lura Bell, battery filler, were week-end guests of Mr, and Mrs. Paul Clark at their home in Laurel Hill, N. C. Mrs. Helen Seay, weaver, and family spent the week recently at Carolina and Long Beaches. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McCluney and daughter of Salisbury were week-end guests of Mrs. Clara Wilson, tie-in-hand. Mrs. Norma Beaver, tie-in-hand, recently visited her mother in the mountains, Frank Spencer, creeler, Mrs, Spencer, and daughter are vaca tioning in Robbinsville, N. C, James Saylor, creeler, has his brother and sister from Molus, Ky.. visiting him at his home. James Reel, creeler, Mrs. Reel, and family spent the week end of May 10 in the mountains. Roy Davis, clerk, Mrs, Davis, tie-in-hand, and their two daugh ters attended Memorial Services at the Sharon Methodist Church, Shelby. The employees of the Weaving Department welcome Tony Wilson, creeler, back to work after four years in the United States Ma rines. Welcomed to the Weaving De partment recently were Mrs, Chloe McDaniel and Mrs. Carrie Mae Hogan, splicers. Miss Bertha Massey, quiller, has been a recent patient at the Gas ton Memorial Hospital, All her friends wish her a speedy recovery. Miss Joan Smith, splicer, had as a recent guest for a week, her cousin, Lola Mae Strange, from Burlington, N, C, Carl Wallace, creeler, recently spent the week end in Murphy visiting his parents. WINDING Winder Tender Kitty Hovis has returned to work after several months of illness. Winder Tender Annie Mae Whit field recently spent the week end fishing. She reported a very nice catch. Winder Tender Faye Oakes has returned to her home from the hospital and is getting along very nicely. QUALITY CONTROL Mrs. Lovella Queen, inspector, and her husband, Vinson, spent Sunday at Bridgewater fishing. Mrs. M. K. Loudermilk from Gainsville, Ga., spent the week end recently with her daughter, Mrs. Patience Bentley, inspector. Mrs. Margaret Tate, ply inspec tor, entered the Memorial Hospital for a tonsillectomy on May 7. Mr. and Mrs. John Bone, inspec tors, visited friends and relatives in Alabama on Mother’s Day. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blaylock, in spectors, visited the former’s mother in Canton, N, C,, I’ecently, Mrs. Blaylock has been very ill. Mrs. Mitchell Wooten, inspector, and family spent the week end re cently at Bridgewater, (Continued on Page 4)

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