SE5K iViro HE/JID ABOUT TOi'^N! i i
li-s, Frod Richards
,'T Lob ao v/cirn yju, that you road this, at
your -.'vm risk^. ard cs Confucius say, "Forovjarnod i?
y/j;' \ iy f'-'t’crj'.'.cd''' .,v J.3 it, "A stitch in tine saves
// I \
V !l ^ ru- ;u.r’od that Joo 7/oaso took a couple
' '* to Gaffney to jet hitched the other Sunday, He
tuld tjorioune that ho tried to got li*. ;7easo and
I*rs. Elari bo jo '•.lon£;', that duo to the ^^as and
tire situati.on. one trip could do for both couples'
- no, they didn't ^jo, said they weren’t quite
ready to settle dovi/n yet.
Pearl Siveezy has jono President Roosevelt one better ~ as she has been
elected President of the Sunshine Sunday School Class for the fourth conse
cutive year. Don't y^u thinlc she deserves a bij hand?
ly y--)unjest sister, Ij’s. L.G., P-ttorson,. (i-iost of you laiow her as Ruth
li'uney) has enlisted in tho VLA.VcE.S, - as you v;ell Icnov;^ that is a brrjich
'^f tho li'avy. She bo-r.n her training Dec. 15, Y-)k2. She is tho first worian
fr^n La\:ndr.lc, and possibly the fii’st fron tho County, to join the ’T.A.V.E.S,
'Jo ai’o ri^-ht proud of herj you kn.iV/e
Jux Richards v/as heojrd deliveriiig a sor;;on the other S;':day, when teased
ab.jut it, he sj^id, "I ;;ould have jiado a jood preacher, I have the ability, but
I never jut c-lled,"
A r.iess of vjoi.ion ’.vere at I'jrSf Idririi Blarton's the other day — just chov/-
inj tho raj ard la;iontinj tho short-co;dnjM of their husbr'jids. I'rs, Lil
Cloninjer h'?J.n't spoken a vj^rd, so E'xia Lou Blanton asked her if she didn't
have s^j'iebhiiij to'beef about - she said_, rather cheerfully, "IJhy no, Henry
dwos everyf.hinj I toll hin to, I never have a speck of trouble with hir.i."
'Jith ..luch liftinj of eyebrows and jreat anticipation, vje asked her, hov; in
tho worJx! she aanajed to do that. - She said, *'0, taint nothinj, I just
fin d out \ihat he intends tv; do, than I just v;alk up and toll hin to do
that very thinj - it never f -iis." You could hear our lips drop a i.dlo
Cecil Richards has enlisted in the i^rr-iy. On Oaf Hunt's bus, joinj to
town tho other day, the fellers xverc ribbiaj hii.i about it. Dick Cloninjer
s.. id the ijri.ty should, bo able to use h.ls biild done for sor.iO good purpose -
that if he lut tho sun shine on it, it rdjht reflect lijht ar^d warn tho
one.iy - Earl Eslcridje said, he cortaiiily couldn't catch a chickon if -he
was oil K.P, bec;mse of his boi;ed lojs - diaries Blackburn said, nor could
ho ride a horse or a /iDtorcyclo for they \;ould Loth jo between his lojc'.
without wrinl:linj liis pants. "Cook" took it aJJ. very jood-naturedly and
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