APRIL 25, 1954
Ben Frazier, sweeper, recently
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Sam Frazier, and daughter-in-
law, Dorothy Jean, of Hartford,
Miss Opal Bradley, drawing ten
der, and Mrs. Celestie Watts, wife
of William Watts, slubber tender,
took their Sunday School class on
an Easter Egg hunt at the Gaston
Avenue Church of God, April 17.
John C. McCraw, card tender, is
out due to illness.
Mrs. Eunice Wylie, can hauler,
had as guest during the Easter
holidays, her brother, Bill Forres
ter of Kings Mountain, N. C.
Miss Opal Bradley, drawing ten
der, Miss Artie Lineberger, draw
ing tender, and her sister, Mar
garet, spent Saturday, April 3 in
Charlotte, N. C.
Mrs. Lelia Wilson, reclaimer,
spent the week end with a friend,
Mrs. Roy Cooper of High Shoals,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hurt of Kings
Mountain, N. C., spent Sunday
with Mrs. Blanche Newton, re
Mrs. Madge Hembree, creeler
hand, and family spent the week
end with her aunt, Mrs. Beulah
Glazner and family of Brevard,
Daniel A. Wiggins of Bryson
City, N. C., spent the week recently
visiting his daughters, Mrs. Rosalie
Burger, reclaimer, and Mrs. Edna
Mrs. Sara Nichols, warper ten
der, and Mrs. Howard Nichols were
hostesses at a birthday supper,
April 10, honoring their siscers-
in-law, Mrs. Jake Lineberger and
Mrs. Ira Dameron.
Mrs. Elsie Hullender, spooler
tender, and family spent a week
end with the former’s father,
Floyd Wolfe of Ferguson, N. C.
Mrs. Maggie Reed, spooler ten
der, had as dinner guests recently,
Miss Martha Woods, and Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Fulbright.
Mrs. Lillie Spencer, spooler ten
der, was called to Grover, S. C., re
cently due to the illness of her
mother, Mrs. J. C. Childers.
Mrs. Ruth Medlin, spooler ten
der, had as week-end guest Mrs.
Gertrude Atkinson of Warren ton,
Charles Lancaster, frame tender,
and wife celebrated their second
wedding anniversary, April 5.
Junior Lancaster, section man,
recently underwent a tonsilectomy.
B. C. Bryant, overhauler, and
wife had as a week-end guest, E.
A. Johnson of Brunswick, Ga. Mr.
Johnson is the brother of Mrs.
Mrs. Frances Walker, tie in hand,
visited in Tryon, N. C., recently.
Johnnie C. Carter, cable twister
tender, and family visited rela
tives in McCall, S. C.
Jessie Hodge, second hand, Luke
Alford, twister tender, and G. B.
Huss enjoyed a week end at Myrtle
Beach, S. C., fishing.
Pfc. James Donaldson of Camp
Lejeune is visiting his parents,
Clarence Donaldson, section man,
Mrs. Annie Donaldson, respooler.
Mrs. Kathleen Wilkie, respooler,
and husband, Earl, attended the
Clemson Dance of April 3 at Clem-
son College, Greenville, S. C. Mr.
Wilkie is a student at Clemson.
His Dad Built It
ALBEN LANE, 4-year-old son
of Twister Doffer D. L. Lane, is
the envy of his neighborhood
pals as he rides in his gas-power
ed miniature car. Built by his
father during his spare time,
the car is powered by a one
horsepower engine which runs
up to three-fourths of an hour on
a quart of fuel. The Lanes’ live
at 2008 Wood Street.
Alonzo Hutchins, who was in
jured in a wreck last September,
has been moved from Gaston Me
morial Hospital to the Veterans
Hospital in Durham. Mr. Hutchins
is the brother of Roy Hutchins,
Aldon Hass, tape man, who has
been a patient at Gaston Memorial
Hospital, has been sent to the New
York Hospital on 58th Street, for
observation and treatment,
Herman Rogers, yarn man, visit
ed his father, Ben Rogers, of High
lands, N. C,, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Reese, section
hand and respooler, respectively,
had as their guests, April 6 and 7,
Mrs. Luther Cooper, Mrs. Hall,
and John Reese of Tennessee.
Brady Whitesides, twister ten
der, spent his vacation, the week
of April 5, at home.
Mrs. Ellie Fowler, Cable Twist
ing, had as guests, recently. Rev.
and Mrs. Edward Scott and child
ren of Greensboro, N. C. Mrs.
Scott is a sister of Mrs. Fowler.
Mrs. Edna Kins.ey, respooler, had
as recent guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Ray and Mr. and Mrs.
Amos Gary and children from
Greenwood, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jones and son
visited relatives in Greensboro,
N. C., recently. Mrs. Jones is a re
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Benton and
sons visited Mrs. Benton’s rela
tives in Atlanta, Ga., April 9. Mrs.
Benton is a respooler.
Mrs. Vama Deal, reclaimer, spent
a few days recently in Hickory,
N. C., visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark, Twist
ing, had as their guest at their
home in Laurel Hill, N. C., Miss
Miss Claudette Taylor, student
at Duke University, spent the
Easter holidays with her parents,
Mr, and Mrs. Claude Taylor, Twist
ing and Cord Weaving, respective
Misses Kathleen Chambers of
Raleigh, N. C., Bobby Jo of Win
ston-Salem, N. C., and Evelyn of
Charlotte, N. C,, visited their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Otho Chambers,
Cord Weaving and Twisting, re
Mrs. Lula Morrison, splicer, and
her husband spent Easter Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Auten.
Mrs. Lula Morrison, splicer, had
as guest, Easter Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs, Carl Merrison of Charlotte,
Mrs. Pearl Burdette, splicer, had
as week-end guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Reggie Dean of Aiken, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Buchanan,
Cord Weaving, had visitors, Easter
Sunday, from Maryville, N. C., and
Waynesville, N. C.
Mrs. Hattie Shereff of Walhalla,
S. C., visited Bertie Stiles, splicer,
Mrs. Lela Cobb, splicer, enter
tained 80 children from Beach
Avenue Church with an Easter
Egg hunt at Crowders Mountain.
James Moone, grandson of Ethel
Tate, tie-in-hand, is spending a fur
lough with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kelly and
Mr, and Mrs. Irby Pelfrey of Cen
tral, S. C., spent the Easter holi
days with Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Tate, Plastic Dip and Cord Weav
“Curley” Beaver, son of Mrs.
Norma Beaver, tie in hand, left
recently for a tour of duty with
the Merchant Marines.
Mrs. Catherine Farris, splicer,
had as recent dinner guests, Mr,
and Mrs, John Myers of South Gas
Mrs. Ann Tate, splicer, and fami
ly spent Easter Sunday in the
mountains of North Carolina.
Mrs. Rosa Lane, splicer, and
granddaughter of Winston-Salem,
N. C., spent two weeks at Daytona
Pvt. Billy J. Calhoun spent the
Easter holidays with his parents.
Bill Calhoun, Weaving, and Mrs.
Mary Calhoun, Spinning. Billy is
being transfered from Fort Jack
son, S. C., to Fort Bragg, N. C.
Millard Goins, Weaving, and
Woodr*k»v^ W/0«t«^. LaJbortory, spent
a day at Camp Firestone, recently,
Helen Williams, Weaving, and
husband, Lee, and Clara Conrad,
Weaving, attended the Moravian
Services, Easter Sunday at Win
ston-Salem, N, C.
Roland Conrad, Weaving and
wife, Bert Conrad, Spinning, spent
a week end in Seneca, S, C,, visit
Bert Buchanan, Weaving, had
relatives and visitors from Ashe
ville, N, C,, and Bryson City, N. C.,
during the Easter holidays.
Cpl, Ralph Quinn, son of Lake
Quinn, Weaving, and Mrs. Exie
Quinn, Quality Control, is home on
furlough after spending 31 months
Rudolph Bulman, Weaving, has
returned to his home from the Me
morial Hospital, Charlotte, N. C,,
where he underwent surgery,
Roy Davis, Weaving, and wife,
Christine Davis, Weaving, visited
in Atlanta, Ga,, recently.
P. O. BOX 551
GASTONIA, N. C.
Form 3547 Requested
Heads Parent-Teacher Group
ROY DAVIS, weaving clerk,
has been named president of the
Abernethy School Parent-Teach-
er Association for 1954-‘55, He
served as vice-president of the
group for the previous year. He
and his wife, Mrs, Christine
Davis, tie-in-hand, have two
school-age children. The Davis
family live at 1203 Spencer
Avenue, Mr, Davis also recently
became a reporter for his de
Mrs. Inez Rhyne, burler, has re
turned to work after a brief ab
sence due to illness.
Mrs. Carrie Robinson, sister-in-
law of Mrs. Nell Robinson, burler,
is seriously ill after suffering a
stroke several days ago.
Hobert Rogers, Cloth Room, re
ports that his wife, Mrs. Nellie
Rogers, is home from the hospital,
where she underwent surgery,
Joel Jordan, cloSh boy, spent a
week end recently visiting friends
in the mountains of North Caro
Pvt, James E, Moses of Camp
Lee, Va,, visited at home with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Moses, Cloth Room employees,
Mr, and Mrs. James Waldrop
were called to Gainsville, Ga,, due
to the death of Mr, Waldrop’s
sister-in-law, Mrs Waldrop is em
ployed in the Cloth Room,
Howard Dodgins, sweeper, and
Mrs, Dodgins have moved to Gas
tonia from Otto, N, C,
Mrs. C, P, Conner, mother of
Mrs. Ethel Neil, winder tender, is
vacationing with friends and rela
tives in the eastern part of the
R. W, Hollis, husband of Mrs.
Blanche Hollis, winder tender, en
tered the Veterans Hospital of
Fayetteville, N. C., April 9, for an
Mrs. Jackie Gates, inspector, had
as guests, March 27, her sister and
niece, Mrs. Wayne Plemmons and
daughter of Rock Wood, Tenn.
Charlie Hipps, inspector, and
Mrs. Hipps had as guests for the
week end of March 27, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Stamey and children of
Asheville, N. C., and Mrs. 0. E.
Stamey of Canton, N. C.
Bill Isham and son, Michael,
went fishing at Seven Oakes Tues
day evening, March 30. They re
ported a good catch. They are the
husband and son of Mrs. Katherine
Mrs, Lillian Parham, inspector,
attended a family night supper at
Crowders Creek Church, March 31,
Mrs. Rosa Francum, toolroom
clerk, and daughter, Jane, visited
Mrs. Fancum’s daughter, Mrs,
Richard Myers of Washington, D,
C,, the week end of April 11.
Mr, and Mrs. George C. Taylor
and daughter, Barbara, of Colum
bia, Tenn., visited Lathe Operator
Cramer Little and Mrs. Little re
cently. Mr, Taylor is a brother of
Carpenter Thomas Turner is a
patient at Duke Hospital, Durham,
Superintendent and Mrs. Francis
Galligan vacationed in Miami, Fla.,
the week ending April 17. They re
port an enjoyable stay in the
famed resort city.
Mrs. Eula B. Wilson, Payroll De
partment Supervisor, and Presi
dent of the Gastonia Pilot Club, at
tended the North Carolina Annual
Pilot International Convention,
which was held in Winston-Salem,
N, C,, April 23 through 25, at the
Robert E. Lee Hotel.
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Donald Ramon Reed, 900 Wes^
Brazil Street, Compton, California,
(Los Angeles, Department 45).
William Murray Schafer, 233^
Crosby Street, Akron, Ohio, (Ak
ron, Synthetic, Maintenance).
Anne Miriam Smith, 451 Hill-
wood Drive, Akron, Ohio, (Akron,
Carl Jerome Stewart, Jr., 1207
West Second Avenue, Gastonia,
North Carolina, (Gastonia, Weav
Anna Marie Winkelman, 3302
South Main Street, Akron, Ohio,
(Akron, Mechanical Building, De
ceased). _ _
SEC. 34.66 P. L. & R.
U. S. POSTAGE
GASTONIA, N. C.
PERMIT NO. 29