SEPTEMBER 25, 1953 NEWS PAGE THREE IN BRIEF SPINNING Lawrence Brown, son of Lillie Brown, roller picker, would like to hear from all his friends. His ad dress is as follows: Pvt. Law rence Brown, U. S. 53-173-606, Causual Co., M.P.R.T.C. 8801— IT. SU., Camp Gordon, Ga. Second Hand Willie Ward has re turned to work after an absence of several weeks due to illness. Doffer Will Brown and Mrs. Lillie Brown, spinner, spent a feM? days of their vacation at Myrtle Seach, S. C. Yarn Man Roland Jolly reports a very enjoyable vacation at Day tona Beach recently. Doffer Eli Webb, his wife, Tressie, spinner, and their family ^i^joyed several days at Myrtle Beach. Eli especially enjoyed fish ing with his grandsons, Jerry and Steve. Overseer Sam Guffey and Mrs. Ctuffey had a wonderful vacation at Daytona Beach, Fla. Mrs. Alice Skipper, spinner, is ’’I the hospital recovering from a fall she had recently. Mrs. Pauline Hanna, spinner, her husband, Belon, Twisting Depart- and their daughter had a ''^onderful vacation in Florida. Mrs. L. L. Davis, mother of ’Margaret Davis, spinner, is seri- ously ill in the hospital at Gaffney, • C. Margaret has been with her ■bother part of the time since ill- ’les.s Section Man John Freeman and is wife, Anna, spinner, spent a days in Washington, D. C., re- cently. Jesse Redding, spindle oiler, and family packed a picnic lunch ^^cently and spent the day in the fountains. Mrs. Corrie Johnson, Twisting ^Partment, wife of Head Changer ^^I'ett Johnson, returned to the ^spital for a second operation re- cently. Section Man John Davis, his Lydia, spinner, and their sons ®^joyed a few days at Myrtle ^ach, S. C., recently. Warding Charles Jones, son of Walter tu intermediate tender, has re to his home after spending Ml-. ^onth in Victoria, Texas, with and Mrs. A. P. Lobprise. While ll\ ’ he visited several towns the Gulf of Mexico. >Xer Jim Bates has returned to j . after spending two weeks in •^napolis, Ind., visiting Mr. and Bill Bates and family. Rawing Tender Joe Brewer and g . y spent several days at gewater during vacation. dell Helms, Carding Depart- p > his wife, and daughter spent b their vacation at Carolina ^ch. ^^Ooling '>elp ovejv ^iss Margaret Summit, warper has been out from work ^ Week due to illness, det Maggie Reed, spooler ten- ^ ’ ^i^d her son recently spent ^ek in Tennessee. Ruth Dfivis, daughter of fQj, ‘ ^fady Davis, reclaimer, left tgp ^^an’s College, Greensboro, to resume her studies. Jean Bell, spooler tender, Spent a week at Myrtle S. C. DAVID McGINNIS, Spinning, likes to have visual evidence of his successes in fishing. The pic ture above will undoubtedly go into his scrapbook to remain as proof of his big catch of carp at Anthony’s Lake, near Boil ing Springs, during his recent vacation. This trip netted him 21 carp with the largest weighing more than 5 pounds. In Service v) JERRY V. HAMPTON, son of Mrs. Gertrude Hampton (Spool ing) is serving in the navy a- broad the U.S.S. Los Angeles in the Pacific. His adress: 967-42- 98, U.S.S. Los Angeles, C. A. 135, c/o FPO, San Francisco, Calif. Miss Sarah Graham, daughter of Mrs, Robert Graham, winder ten der, has entered nurses training at Gaston Memorial Hospital, Mrs. Robert Graham, winder tender, spent a recent Sunday with her daughter, Mable, in Hickory. Maurice Hardin, sweeper, recent ly spent the week end at Andrews, N. C. TWISTING Twister Tender Harold Dodgen spent his vacation at Myrtle Beach, S. C. Mrs. Bertha Dodgen, respooler, visited relatives in McColl, S. C., during vacation. Twister Tender Leon Hughes and wife, Evelyn, respooler, visited in Bennettsville, McColl, and Char leston, S. C., during the week of vacation. Section Man Otha Chambers and wife, Leona, respooler, visited the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Chambers in Lula, Ga., during vacation. Second Hand Wade Stiles, his wife, Vera, respooler, and children visited Mrs. Stiles’ mother, Mrs. Alfred Green in IVfurphy during va cation. Mrs. Marie Fogle, respooler, her son, Glenn Fogle, his wife, and children spent, a week at Myrtle Beach, S. C., recently. Lathe Operator J. E. Fletcher and his wife, Skeet, visited in Gat- linburg, Tenn., and Knoxville dur ing vacation. While in Knoxville they attended the Bdrn Dance. Intermediate Tender William Cosey, his wife, Annie, reclaimer, their grandson, Sohny, Doffer W. T. Bennett, Mrs. W. T. Bennett, and son visited relatives in Lake City and Greenwood, S. C., during vacation. Section Matt fimory McDaniel and his wife visitfed relatives in Bryson City, N. C., alnd Oak Ridge, Tenn., duHng vacation. Mrs. Clyde Arrwbod returned with them and spfeiit a week. Mrs. Arrwood is a niece of Mr. McDaniel and Mrs. Annie Cosey, reclaimer. Overseer H. T. Aldridge and wife. Pearl, inspector, spent their vacation at their farm in Johnson- ville, S. C. Mrs. Myrtle Benton, reclaimer, and husband vacationed in Cleve land, Ohio, with their two sons. They toured the states of North Carolina, West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee. They re port a W'onderful trip. Doffer William Massey, his fami ly, and Mrs. Minnie Massey, re claimer, vacationed at Myrtle Beach. Doffer J. A. Haney and family vacationed at Lake Waccamaw and Carolina Beach. Doffer Jake Cogdill and family visited in the mountains recentlv, Doffer Thurman Summey and family visited in Asheville during vacation. Mrs. Louise Hart, doffer, and family visited in Cherokee on their vacation. Doffer Tommy Gibson and wife visited in Chicago, 111., on their vacation. While there, they visited Mr. Gibson’s sister, Mrs. Jack Imber and family. Doffer P. G. Savage and family vacationed in Atlanta and Gaines ville, Ga. Mrs. Hazel Clark, tie-in-hand, and family vacationed at Myrtle Beach. Mrs. Lassie Crawford, respooler, spent a few days recently in Gat- linburg, Tenn. Doffer Britt Moore and family visited in Atlanta, Ga., during their vacation. W. T. Sniper, twister tender, and family visited in Columbia, S. C. Jud Whitaker has returned to work after ten weeks of illnpss. Mrs. Ruth Bolick, tie-in-hand, and her husband, Paul, vacationed at Daytona Beach, Fla. Maude Jordan, twister tender, vacationed at Myrtle Beach, S. C. Valma Deal, re'^laimer, and dau ghter visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cook of Greensboro, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jones of Kingsport, Tenn., were guests of Mary Reese, respooler, recentlv. Second Hand James. Piercy and Mrs. Gatha Piercy, respooler, had as their guests for two weeks, the former’s brother, L. L. Brown and Mrs. Piercy’s sister, Mrs. William Duncan, both from Marshall, Texas. Ella Roberts, reclaimer, has re ceived a message from her son-in- law, M/Sgt, C. L. Krider and fami ly that they are on their way home from Frankfurt, Germany. Sgt. Krider is in the 9th Air Force. Mrs, Maybelle Watson and son of Easley, S. C., have been visiting Florine Chastain, respooler, and her husband. Yarn Man Tommy Gibby and Miss Jo Ann Anderson were united in marriage on August 9, 1953 at York, S. C. The couple are making their home in South Gastonia. Mrs. Hazel Clark, tie-in-hand, and family visited Mr. and Mrs. A TYPICAL \ 1j_\\ at movie time in the playground on Friday nights is shown here. Children—and grown-ups too— have packed the area, sometimes considerably in advance of show time, for the free movies the Recreation Department has presented through the summer months. H. G. Haun of Tellico, Tennessee, during vacation. They also went to Knoxville and Maryville, Tenn., to see Mrs. Clark’s brother and sister. Second Hand James Piercy and his wife, Gatha, respooler, recently visited in Lenoir, N. C. They went especially to see Mrs. R. E. Piercy, mother of Mr. Piercy, who is very ill in the hospital. Doffer Clyde Savage went deer hunting at Charleston, S. C. during vacation. Overhauler Albert Laughlin, Mrs. Laughlin, their sons, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Laughlin visited Mr. and Mrs. Reid Laughlin in Atlanta, Ga., recently. Twister Tender Glenn McMillon has returned to work after a re cent operation at Gaston Memorial Hospital. Pvt. Denny Dockery, son of Mrs. Bonnie Dockery, reclaimer, visited his parents foj a few days in Sep tember. Pvt. Dockery is stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky. Mrs. Trella Beaver, tie-in-hand, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright, Mrs. Betty Hayes and Hugh Holland visited at Suit, N. C., during vaca tion. Mrs, Elimina Bradshaw, oiler, Mr. Bradshaw, and children visited Mrs, Bradshaw’s parents in Mur phy recently. Section Man W. H. Hughes and Mrs. Hughes visited their daugh ter, Mrs. Carl Walker in Silver Springs, Md. They also visited Mr. Hughes’ nephews in Pennsylvania during their vacation. Twister Tender .less Shehan, his son, Harold, Luther Shehan and his two sons went deep sea fishing at Merrill’s Inlet during vacation. Twister Tender Joe Aldridge, Mrs. Aldridge, and children visited in Rorkwood, Tenn., recently. Twister Tender William Smith, Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hoffman visited in Causby, Tenn., during vacation. Mrs. Ola Austin, tie-in-hand, had as guest recently, her brother, Mil ton Alford of Jersey City, N. J. Willis W ells, tape man, Mrs. Wells and daughter spent their vacation in Charleston. S. C. Twister Tender Hoyt Hardy, Mrs. Hardy, and daughter recently made a trip to Mt. Mitchell. Section Man Curbie McGhee and Mrs. Ruth McGhee, respooler, visit ed the former’s mother, Mrs, B. F. McGhee in Knoxville, Tenn., during vacation. Doffer J. C. Barnes and family spent their vacation at Myrtle Beach, S. C. Twister Tender J. B. Easier spent his vacation at his home on King Street. WEAVING Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Berry of Valdese, spent the week end re cently with Mr. and Mrs. George Honeycutt. Mrs. Roy Davis, tie-in-hand, is recovering from a recent opera tion. Mrs. Pauline Stroup has return ed to work after a recent illness. Clara Wilson, Clara Conrad and Helen Williams, tie-in-hands, re cently made a trip to Virginia. Carlon Dugan, Mrs. Carlon Du gan, tie-in-hand, and family visited Fontana Dam and Myrtle Beach recently. Bessie Beaver, tie-in-hand, and family recently made a trip to Virginia. Mrs. Annie Bradsbaw, tie-in- hand, has returned to work after a recent illness. Mary Biraki and her husband visited in New York and Washing ton, D, C., during vacation. Mrs. Audrey Seymore visited her husband in Atlanta, Ga., recently. Mrs. Aliene Nelson and Brenda Nelson spent their vacation in Savannah, Ga,, and Daytona Beach, Fla, Mrs. Earline Gordon and family attended the Lawter reunion held annually in Saluda, Sunday, Sep tember 6, Mrs, Helen F. Heffner and fami ly have moved into their new home on North Ransom Street. Mrs. Augustine Capps, her hus band, and family spent their vaca tion in Richmond, Va. Mrs. Ruby Barton, former em ployee of Weaving, was a recent visitor of her sister and other friends in the plant, Mrs. Risbeth Webb gave a birth day dinner Sunday, August 9, in honor of her husband, O. C. Webb. Edna and Alvin Ledford have moved into their new home on Fifth Street Extension, Lessie Tanner and her mother had their niece, Mrs, Claudie Jacobs of Georgetown, S, C,, visit ing them during vacation. Second Hand Floyd Kelly and wife spent their vacation in Mur phy, N, C,, Harrisburg, Va,, and Carolina Beach, They report a wonderful trip. Mrs. Elvie Anthony, weaver, who has had a recent operation at Gas ton Memorial Hospital, has return ed to her home. Miss Nina Milton, smash hand, spent her vacation in Chimney (Continued on Page 4)

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