PAGE 4 iKTSWi MAY, 1956 Henson Elected To Student Leadership Main Office Mozelle Brockman, Louise Ward and Marguerite Styers, Main Office, attended the North Carolina State Woman’s Missionary Union Convention at Winston-Salem, N. C. recently. The conven tion was held at the First Baptist Church there. Mrs. Eula Wilson, Main Office, and friends, Mrs. Dave Smith, Mrs. W. C. Jumper and Mrs. Joe Wilson spent a week end visiting the gardens in Charleston and Orangeburg, S. C. Bill McSwain, Main Office, attended the Rambling Rebels Stockholder dinner at the Masonic Temple recently. Mrs. Meurgie Martin, Main Office, her husband Joe, and her father, William Cosey, Carding Department, visited relatives in Greenwood, S. C. Jimmy Harbin spent the Easter Holidays with his parents, Mrs. Polly Harbin, Main Office, and J. G. Harbin. Jimmy is a stu dent at Georgia Military Academy. Mrs. Julia Beal, Shipping Department, her husband Edwin, and children, Judy and Ed, visited relatives and friends in Charles ton, S. C. Miss Jerry Barton is a new employee in the Payroll Depart ment. Mrs. Earlene Creasman is our new operator on the switch board. Mrs. Creasman is married to Lane Creasman and they have one daughter, Deborah Elaine. Darrell Gene Lawing is a new employee in Main Office. Mr. Lawing lives in Maiden, N. C. Shop Miss Marie Moore, student at Woman’s College, Greensboro, N. C., spent the Easter holidays with her parents, Howard Moore, machinist, and Mrs. Moore. Miss Irva Smith, student at Gardner-Webb College, spent the Easter holidays with her parents, David Smith, guard, and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. David Smith, wife of David Smith, guard, recently spent two weeks visiting her son, Ralph Slaughter who is stationed at the Marine Corps Base in Alcoa, Tenn. H. A. Cauthen, assistant plant engineer, and Mrs. Cauthen spent Sunday, April 15, visiting relatives in Lancaster, S. C. Mrs. Mae Jones, battery hand, and family visited relatives in Georgia during the Easter week-end. Carl Stewart, Jr., son of Carl Stewart, weaver, and Mrs. Stewart, Twisting Department, spent several days in New York during the Easter holidays. Carl is attending Duke University on a Firestone scholarship. Mrs. Lucille Davis, change hand, and family along with Miss Barbara Schrum of Lincolnton, N. C., visited at High Point College, High Point, N. C., April 8. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Honea attended the funeral of Mr. Honea’s mother, Mrs. J. H. Honea of West Minster, S. C. Mrs. Honea is employed in this department. Mrs. Hassie Honea, spinner, and her daughter, Mrs. Dot Mc Lain, spent the Easter holidays in Augusta, Ga., with Mrs. Honea’s son, M/Sgt. Thomas L. Ivey. Mrs. Minnie Johnson, spinner, entertained her sister, Lucy Phillips, with a surprise birthday dinner recently. Guests included Clyde Phillips, Mrs. Phillips, their children, and Mary and Carolyn Johnson. Mrs. J. W. Sherrill and daughter are spending a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Church. Words Fitly Framed ... By the time you have money to burn, the fire has gone out. Usually the first screw that works loose in one’s head is the one that controls the tongue. The greatest of faults is to be conscious of no faults in one’s self. Anger is just one letter short of danger. Many a small boy is the kind of a kid his mother tells him not to play with. One of the worst tragedies that can befall a man is to have ulcers and still not be a success. W. G. Henson, Jr., son of W. G. Henson, plant engineer, and Mrs. Henson, has been elected presi dent of the student council at Charlotte College for the 1956- 1957 school year. A first-year, pre-engineering student, Henson works in the Shop on first shift and attends school five evenings a week. He plans to enter the heating and air conditioning field after com pleting training at Charlotte College and N. C. State College. As president of the Charlotte College student council, he will direct all activities of the stu dent body which numbers ap proximately 175. The council functions with a president, vice- president, secretary, treasurer and a senior advisor. Mercers Honored At Reception Some 200 persons attended a reception at the Girls Club which honored Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mercer, whose marriage was a recent event. Frank W. Davis, Cotton Classing, and Mrs. Davis were hosts at the reception where a decorative note of delicate pink was ob served in room and table arrangements. Besides Mr. and Mrs. Mercer and the latter’s daughter, Miss Jean Groves, a number of plant employees and their wives officiat ed in greeting guests, serving refreshments and saying good-byes. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jolly had as recent week-end guests, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jolly of Charlotte, N. C. Payton Lewis, Carding Department, entered Garrison General Hospital for treatment. Mrs. Vesta Lewis, wife of Mr. Lewis, is employed in Spinning. Ruth Helms has returned to work after being a patient at Gaston Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Laughridge and children of Rock Hill, S. C. were recent guests of Mary Laughridge. Mrs. Estelle Stroup of Stanley, N. C., was the guest of Mary Laughridge recently. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hyleman had as recent guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hyleman; Mr. and Mrs. Tommey Hyleman of Clifton, S. C. Mrs. Charles Pope, daughter-in-law of W. E. Pope and Mrs. Pope, has been seriously ill and has undergone major surgery. Her condition is much improved now. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pope make their home at Stoney Point, New York. Mrs. Eula Church and her daughter, Betty Sherrill, spent a recent week end visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tench in McAdenville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Will Brown spent a week in Marion, Ind., with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brown and children. Hubert Brown is a ministerial student at Marion College. Mrs. E. F. Payne of Kings Mountain, N. C., was a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Brown not long ago. Mrs. Ellease Austin, respooler, and family spent the Easter holidays at Cherry Grove Beach, S. C. Eller Robert, reclaimer, spent a recent week end visiting her sister, Mrs. Earl Hall in Brevard, N. C. Mary Dawkins, reclaimer, and family spent two days recently visiting her sisters, Mrs. A. G. Snipes and Mrs. Tom Burton in Burlington and Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Edna Kinsey, respooler, and her husband spent a week of vacation visiting relatives in Cornelia, Ga. Gene Butler, twister doffer, Mrs. Ester Butler, respooler, and family spent a recent week end at Myrtle Beach, S. C., fishing. Jean Beaver of Washington, D. C. spent the Easter holiday with her parents Bob Beaver, twister tender, and Mrs. Beaver of Dallas, N. C. Elease Cole, reclaimer, spent the week end of March 17 visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Keenum of Suite, N. C. Mrs. Maybelle Keisler, respooler, entertained her daughter, Mrs. Betty Queen with a stork shower recently. Mabel Mantooth, winder tender, and family recently toured the mountains of Western North Carolina. Margaret Hutchins, winder tender, is out from work due to an illness. Viola Webb, packer, has returned to work after being out on leave of absence. Ruth Cloninger, winder tender, had as guests during a recent week end, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McMahan of Furman University, Greenville, S. C. Miss Bertha Dettmar, warper tender, recently visited in Raleigh, N. C. The employees of the Winding Department remembered Ruby Hanna, inspector, with a stork shower recently. Paul Ingle, sweeper, is undergoing treatment in the Charlotte Memorial Hospital. William Moody is a new employee in this department. Mrs. Martha Wood, winder tender, has returned to work after several weeks of illness. Mrs. Kate Huffstetler, winder tender, entertained her husband, Aldine, with a birthday dinner at Rankin Lake recently. There were 32 guests present for the dinner. Ralph DeaL yarn man, visited relatives in Waynesville, N. C. on a recent week end. In England A/2C Francis M. Deaton, son of Mrs. Mattie Deaton, a warper tender in Winding, recently re enlisted for 6 more years in the Air Force, and is now serving in England. His address is A/2C Francis M. Deaton, 77th Fighter Squadron; APO 126, New York, New York. A/3C Fred Lankford, son of Mary Lankford, respooler, has been transferred from Amarillo, Texas to Charleston, S. C. On his way to Charleston, he spent three days with his parents in Bessemer City, N. C, Jackson-Bolick Miss Francis Bolick, Payroll Department, was married to Dr. C. Paul Jaclcson of Rock Hill, S. C., February 25. Mrs. Jackson is the daughter of Mrs. A. G. Bolick, Spinning, and the late Mr. Bolick. The Jacksons live in Rock Hill. ARRIVALS... Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ray Mayes announce the birth of a daughter, Deborah Jean, April 14, at Garrison General Hospital. The child’s grandfather, James M. Cooper, is a Time Study engineer. Mrs. Mayes was formerly employed in Main Of fice. Born to Mr. and Mrs. William C. Shull, an 8 and Va pound son, Steven Charles, March 22, at Crowell Hospital, Lincolnton, N. C. Mr. Shull is a tie-in man in the Weaving Department. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Turner of Air Force Base, Andrews Field, Washington, D. C., announce the birth of a son. Jack Whitesides Turner on April 12. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jones an nounce the birth of a son, Steven Edward, on March 24. The father is a Shop electrician. Mrs. Jones was employed as a switch board operator. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Jordon nounce the birth of a daughter> Debra Frances, on March 19 at Garrison General Hospital. Mr- Jordon is a utility man in the Cloth Room. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Shiles ot Bessemer City, N. C., announce the birth of a daughter, Rhonda Jean, at Garrison General Hos pital on March 10. Mrs. Shiles is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs- O. M. Taylor of the Spinning D®' partment. ' Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Frazier of Memphis, Tenn., became par' ents of a daughter, Deboral^ Kay, on February 2. Mrs. Frazier is the daughter of Mr. and iVlrS- L. T. Calhoun.

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