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Friday, November 16, 1945
v/eelc. They report the fishing at Thu ^64.00 quostioii is, '^l^lero
Atlantic, W. C. xras good. Bslcer says was So. 9 Thursday night?"
he had a hard time keeping tfindy str- are all sorry to hear about
aight after he caught a 47-lb, chani'iel bq-Jj Worthington’s illness. Hope
bass. he v;ill be back viith us soon*
After six days in Yankee-land, v;e
thought we v;ould need an interpreter
to talk vrith Sean, Agnei'r, and Gypsy Rose,
but 'tve are happy to say they still say
"Good morning, how are you all"?
Pop and Brownie loft Saturday morn
ing, as thrilled as tvio school boys,
for a doer hunt in the Smol::^'' Momtaiiis.
Pop was loaded for boar '^/ith a 22 and
two olophant guns. Ko practiced shoot
ing for awhilo before ho got av/ay and
I’/indy says his gun snapped fivu timos.
Brovaiio v/as going to do tho driving
and let Pop practice shooting on tho
way. knov.’’ if the deer got wiiiiin
range that Pop v/ill bring home the
venison, if his shot does not go awry
and hit somebody in Tennessee.
Billie Barber is home on furlough,
his first in fifteen months of service.
?Je were glad to greet h.im on Thursday
v^hen he spent a v;hile i/ith us,
I'Ye were reminiscing in the shop tlT,e
other day and time turned back to the
days when our lino crow v/as feminine,
A certain lad asked to soo one of tho
frlr ladios homo but was told ho v;as
too young. Hov? time fliv^'SjlI That
lad is novj' groivn up and is doing a
man sized job. The lady is not v/ith
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