JANUARY 10, 1954 NEWS PAGE THREE CARDING Section men and wives attend ing the Christmas party at New South included: Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Carl James, Lee Owens, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Benton, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Welch, and Mr. and Mrs. James Smith. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hudson, the latter being the daughter of Over seer S. L. Owens, and two sons, and Donnie of Oak Ridge, Tenn.., were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owens during Christ mas, Second Hand and Mrs. C. B. Bape, spent the Christmas Holi days with Mrs. Rape’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Loving in Chester, S. C. Bobby Rape of Carlisle Military School, Bamberg, S. C., spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rape. Cpl. and Mrs. Herbert Hudgins Columbia, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. B. Whitfield and children of Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Otha Massey spent the Christmas holi- with their mother, Ophelia Massey, can hauler. Mrs, Edna Harris, can hauler, ^ad as holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Nolan and Max of Greenville, S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. L. Vick, Barbara, and Bing of Charlotte, N. C. Bobby Jones of Appalachian Teachers College, Boone, N. C., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones, card tender, during the Christmas- holidays; —— Mr. and Mrs. Grady Davis, frame tender, spent the holidays in Cleveland County. twisting Mrs. Ellen Mulkey of Murphy, C. spent the Christmas holidays ^ith her sister, Mrs. Dixie Griggs, reclaimer. William Allen, twister tender, Slid wife, Mrs. Gretal Allen, re- ^Pooler, spent the holidays visiting ^^latives in Marion, N, C. ^ Mrs. Annie Calhoun and family ® South Gastonia spent Christmas ^y with her daughter, Mrs. Mit- ^ reclaimer. Mrs. Clara Mitchell, reclaimer, family spent Sunday, Decem- f 27 with her mother, Mrs. Annie of South Gastonia. ^ Mrs. Trenton Ginn and children Christmas in Toccoa and j^°yston, Ga., visiting relatives. Ginn is the wife of Second T^'enton Ginn, g . • A. Johnson, head changer, re Corrie Johnson, g'-iaimer, had as dinner guests December 27, Mr. and Dilling and son, Billy of S. C. and Miss Martha of Kannapolis, N. C. as ^uhy Riley, respooler, had recent guest, her sister, Mrs. Ca^ ■ Williams and family of if''"' s- c. W Shehane, respooler, guests, Mr. and Mrs. S. Q Newton of Greenville, ^^rs Tlyr Vi^|, • Myrtle Benton, respooler Of her brother, Wiley Bryant ^^Untersville, N. C. Haney, Jr.. son of J. A. ’ eable twister tender, cele- , his first birthday, Decem- ' Ellease Austin, respooler C visited in Statesville, ■’ decently. i IN BRIEF ^<k„ - ] JOYCE ALDRIDGE, daugh ter of Twister Tender Harvey Aldridge, was recently crowned “Carnival Queen” at Bessemer City High School. Miss Aldridge, an eighth grader, was named to reign through the annual senior class carnival at the school. Mr. Luke Alford, twister tender, and Mrs. Lillian Alford, former employee, were guests at the 2nd floor 3rd shift Christmas party, which was given at Pine Harbor, December 19. Henry Jenkins, yarn check er, visited his sister, Mrs. Ethel Rhome, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Maybelle Keisler, respooler, is taking her vacation this week. Miss Betty Newlands, niece of Overhauler Elmer 1V.“ Paris, was married at Lutheran Chapel Church, Saturday night, Decem ber 19. She was given in marriage by Mr. Faris. B. T. Hanna, twister tender, and Mrs. Ruby Hanna, inspector, were hosts at a Christmas party December 19. Among the guests were William Massey, twister ten der; Betty Massey, spooler; J. C. Crisp, twister tender; Judy Crisp, Sarah Crisp, tie-in hands; William Rhyne, overhauler; Margie Rhyne, Wade Walker, and Rosy Walker, splicer. They exchanged gifts and played games. SALES YARN TWISTING Mrs. Flossie Wilson, tie-in hand, had as holiday guests, her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wil son, of Yadkinville, N. C. Mrs. Myrtle Berryman, reclaim er, visited her mother, Mrs. George Starr of Lenora, N. C., during the holidays. Martie Briggs, beamer tender, enjoyed a week’s vacation at Christmas, he has been with the Company for eighteen years. Denny Dockery of the Armed Forces, spent the holidays with his parents, Mrs. Bonnie Dockery, reclaimer, and Walter Dockery, twister tender. SPOOLING Mrs. Bessie Morris, mother of Mrs. Sara Scruggs, spare hand, is in the Gaston Memorial Hospital with a serious illness. Overseer and Mrs. O. K. Forrest er are building a new home on Fairfield Drive. Miss Nell Bolick, winder tender, has recently been out sick with flu. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hinkle have bought a new ’53 Chevrolet. WEAVING Mrs. Maggie Parrish, battery hand, spent Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. John Cooper of Bryson City, N. C. Mrs. Resbeth Webb, battery hand, had as holiday guests, her son and family of Rock Hill, S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Padgett and family of Caroleen, N. C. and Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. Margaret Hambrick, Mil dred Dodgen and Clara Sudduth, battery hands, have returned to work after a four week’s absent. Mrs. Irene Phillips, weaver, spent Christmas in Orlando, Fla. Mrs. Bertie Grant, battery hand, had as guests during Christmas, her mother, Mrs. David Wilson and sister, Mrs. Frankie Hooper and family of Glenville, N. C, Mrs. Horace Robinson, battery hand, has returned home from Gaston Memorial Hospital and her condition is considered much better. CLOTH ROOM Mr. and Mrs. John P. Smith had a Christmas dinner with 33 guests present. All members of the family were present except a son stationed in Germany. Max W. Robinson, United States Navy, spent the Christmas holi days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson. Ronald Brock, his wife and son of Keesler Field, Biloxi, Miss., are spending 15 days with his father and mother. Mrs. Brock is employed in the Cloth Room. Miss Shirley Moore, a nurse at Mercy Hospital, Charlotte, N. C., visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore during the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Douglas and son, David, of Charlotte, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas of China Grove; and Mrs. Eva Stock ton and son, Earl, of Gastonia, had Christmas dinner with their mother, Mrs. Annie Douglas, Cloth Room. Charles L. Waldroup, United States Navy, spent the Christmas holidays with his wife and daugh ter, Susan. WINDING Mrs. Ada Robinson, winder ten der, gave an attractive birthday party at her home in honor of her husband, Harry Robinson. Beauti ful fall flowers were arranged throughout the rooms. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Webster and son, Mike, of Harlington, Texas, spent the Christmas Holidays with Mrs. Lillie Mae Rayfield, winder tender. M/Sgt. Johnny Poarch, brother of Mrs. Ruth Heafner, winder ten der, is home from Germany for 30 day’s leave. He has served with the Army 11 years. Mrs. Mildred Kelton, winder ten der, had as guests during the holi days, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin McMas- ters of Columbia, Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hogan of Green wood, S. C. Mrs. Estelle Prince, winder ten der, spent the holidays with rela tives in York, S. C. Miss Edna Earl Shannon of Flora Macdonald College spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shannon, utility man. Mrs. Bertha Dettmar, warper tender, visited her brother in Kings Mountain during the Christmas holidays. Pvt. Austin E. Bridges of Fort Jackson, S. C., spent Christmas holidays with his mother, Mrs. Louise Hutchins, winder tender. Mrs. Hazel Patterson, winder tender, and family spent Christ mas in Georgia. Mrs. Kelly Hovis, winder tender, and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Brown of Asheville, N. C., recently. Miss Norpaa Fletcher, daughter of Mrs. Bonnie Fletcher, winder tender, visited in Georgia during Christmas. Pvt. Jerald Peeler of Fort Jack son, S. C., visited his mother, Mrs. Lucy Morrison, warper tender, dur ing Christmas. Mrs. Betty White and two sons of Washington, D. C., spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Corene Lewis, winder tender. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Moore of Washington, D. C., spent the holi days with Mrs. Moore’s mother, Mrs. Bonnie Fletcher, winder ten der. Packer Paul Caldwell’s daugh ter has been seriously ill with Chicken Pox. PLASTIC DIP Mrs. Louise Esslinger, winder tender, spent her vacation with her father, J. J. Sutton and brother. Junior Sutton of Dillsboro, N. C. Donald Vaughn, machine tender, is entering the University of Ten nessee School of Medicine at Mem phis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Register of Marion, N. C. visited with Mrs. Jessie McFee, creeler, during Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Martin of Baltimore, Maryland, spent Christ mas with Mrs. Barbara Howe, creeler. MAIN OFFICE Miss Marguerite Styers, Main Office, and her neice. Miss Becky Andrews, entertained members of the Loray Baptist Church Choir at their home on West Fifth Avenue, Sunday evening, December 20. Carols were sung, after which re freshments were served by Mrs. H. F. Andrews. Mrs. Carolyn Sanders, Main Office, entered the Eye, Ear, and Nose Hospital in Charlotte, N. C., Monday, December 28, for an op eration. Members of the Payroll Depart ment welcome Miss Doris Mc- Cready as its newest addition. Miss McCready lives with her parents on Davis Park Road. SHOP Sanitary Foreman A. D. Dill visited his mother, Mrs. Flora Brown, of Spartanburg during the holidays. Mrs. Peggy Myers, daughter of Mrs. Rosa Francum, tool room clerk, spent Christmas with her mother. Mrs. Myers is living in Washington, D. C., and is em ployed with the National Chamber of Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heilig of Raleigh and Greensboro were guests at the annual Shop Christ mas Party. Mr. Heilig worked as draftsman in the shop last sum mer and Mrs. Heilig was a member of the Office Force. Mr. Heilig graduated in electrical engineer ing at N. C. State College and plans to enter the Air Force as a second lieutenant. C. R. LeCroy and his son, Henry LeCroy, draftsman, spent the holi days visiting Mrs. Cecil Amick of Spartanburg, S. C. Mrs. Amick is the daughter of the elder Mr. Le Croy. Kenneth Davis of Norcross, Ga. spent Christmas with his father, Hoyt Davis, mechanic. Lathe Operator J. E. Fletcher and Mrs .Fletcher, Twisting De partment, visited Mrs. Fletcher’s father, N. G. Groves of McCall, S. C., during the holidays. Pvt. E-2 Jessie H. Robinson, a doffer before entering service, is serving in the army somewhere in the Far East. His address is, U. S. 53152694, Port D. E. T, 7126, A. U. T. G. 72, APO 87, c/o Post Master, San Francisco, Calif. Five members of Private Robinson’s family are now em ployed here. They are: his mother, Mrs. Edith Robinson; a sister and three brothers—all work in the Twisting Depart ment. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hinkle announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Ann Smith to Melvin Jenkins. The wedding will be an event of early spring. Lathe Operator Marshall Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stiles, Syc. Weaving, visited with Miss Pauline Gilbert during the holi days. Lathe Operator T. H. Triplett and Mrs. Triplett had as guests during Christmas their children, Edwin of Winston-Salem, N. C., Irene of York, S. C., and Clyde of Gastonia, N. C. Mrs. Thurston Gilliam and fami ly of Albany, Ga., and W. G. Hen son, Jr., and family of Melborn, Fla., visited their parents. Plant Engineer W. G. Henson and Mrs. Henson during Christmas. Helper Beauford Lawrence had as guests his two brothers of New York City, N. Y. Assistant Plant Engineer H. A. Cauthen and Mrs. Cauthen had as guests during Christmas their children and grandchildren. Mrs. Ethel Robinson, wife of Electrician Horace Robinson, is improving after an operation at Gaston Memorial Hospital. SUPERINTENDENT'S * OFFICE Mr. Frank Gurley, 3rd Shift Su perintendent, and his wife spent New Year’s Day in Columbus, Ga., and were honor guests at a re union dinner with all brothers and sisters present. Mr. and Mrs. Gur ley went on to Shorter, Ala., to visit their son, James Gurley who is physical education instructor and athletic director at Shorter High School. PERSONNEL The Personnel Department held its annual Christmas Party De cember 17, at the Girl’s Club. Each person brought a guest. Recrea tion Director Ralph Johnson acted as master of ceremonies. A de licious dinner began the festivities and it ended with the exchanging of Christmas gifts.

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