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Volume 1 - Number 18 Friday ~ December 21^19^
MERRY CHRISTMAS **
Greetings, Best V/ishes and Merry
Christmas to Operations and Office
personnel - come to see us.
Shop, Stockroom & Hangar Crevf.
A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
to Piedmont Aviation from the
Merry Christmas to Arthur, who has
been so faithful in keeping us warm
for the past v;eeks of bitter cold,
SAI£S DEPARmENT NEV/S
Piedmont has just been appointed
distributors of Edo seaplane floats.
Somebody find some water — quick.
Speaki-ng of water, the new Republic
Seabee, which we will sel.1, is really
going to be quite an airplane. Latest
vjord is that it can be obtained v;ith a
controllable, reversible pitch propeller,
which means that it can back up under
its own power► The line crew will be
backing them in and out of hangars,
first thing you know. Deliveries of
■fehe Seabee begin in April,
Cubs are beginning to come through
pretty fast. Vfe are scheduled to get
10 in January.
Did you ever stop to think that you
can sell airplanes as well as anyone
else? How many orders can you get in
Winston-Salem and vicinity in the next
V/indy won a shotgun yesterday — where
is he today?
Red is speechless for a change, and
Major says, "I'm tired,"
The snow has had our carpenter tied
up for the past few days.
"Ha, ha. I'd better keep out of that
game." — Warner.
The pilot vjas seen warming his feet
Snow doesn't stop Pop. You can see
him anytime at night with a gang of
beauties. He says you must be an early
riser if you beat him.
The First Aid Nurse flew into the
Shop with chloroform liniment, thinking
she had a couple of very sick patients.
Found two of our ncv7 linemen singing
to the rhythm of the broom.
We were glad to see Charlie, Bob and
Mr. Davis come in "out of the snow"
Tuesday. Tsk, tsk, these local weather
Glad to see Lr. Groat back with us
again. Vie missed you, Frank.
Speaking of flu, Maizie has been
suffering from an attack of chills and
fever and Nell and Marion have been
suffering from the switchboard.
A PRAYER FOR CHRISItiAS
Holj'- Father, we thank thee for the
sweet, human significance of the
festival we are celebrating. We thank
thee for home and human fellowship and
friendship; Fill our hearts with love
and gratitude, tenderness and peace.
In the name of the Babe of Bethlehem,
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