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/ rhat little I know, in Alphabetical order^, so ii you
don’t vvanta* read it oil, just find the letter that
spells your family and friends, to yon^ -imd v;ade right ini ! !
A - Anthonys, Mr, Mrs, Roy, enteii:'alned Mrs. Grady /inthony and daughter Ruth of
Double Shoals, recently as Supper Guests^
B - Bridges, Mrs, Ernest, "Lib*' and Ernestine visited Pvt. Harold Bridges and his
v/ife at Fort Bragg, Harold has nov/ been transferred to Fort Sill, Gclahoma.
Blanton, Mr. & Mrs* Shannon had as v/oekend gu.osts Miss Thelma Brown of States*-
ville and Mrs, Frances Dobson of Pollrville, Mrs. Dobson is the daughter of
Rev, Rhi ineh ardt.
C — Corny, of which this reeks.
D ~ Da^'‘gerhart, Mr. & Mrs, Junior, of Havre De Grace, Maryland have been visiting
E - Eaker, Mr, & Mrs. Suramie had as dinner gueijt, Sunday, Miss Carrie Lee Weaver
and Miss-Pearle Swoezy.
• Eskridge, Mr. Mrs, Grover, taking off to spend Sunday, with friends near
F ~ Forney, Foils, Fox, -
Miss Mamie Lou Forney spent the weekend with her parents, and had as her guests
Mrs, Lyle Thompson, and Miss Eleanor Young,
Mr, & Mrs. Vess Falls and children, and Miss Betty Falls, visited friends in
Gaffney, and Boiling Springs, *
Mr. & Mrs, Thomas Fox and small son, of .Wilmington, spent a fev; days with
G - Glee Club, both Senior ar.d Junior of Piedmont Ki^i School, who have given
severrJ. splendid programmes at tho church here, Piid several neaj*-by churches,
H - Hords, they^ve teen havirig lots of compijiy, and “rirriting a great deal them
selves, Drjight of Lenoir-Kliyne Culluge spent the Easter Holidays vd.th his
parents. ' ' . . ’ '
Mrs. II, F. Keag of Charlotte, recently spent a few days with her parents,
Mr, ^c Mrs^ Forrest Davis;
I- Ingle, Mr, & Mrs, Stor.gh, v;ho have been living in Florida for sometime, have
moved into our conurunity,
J - Jojrpin’ Jehcsophat, I can^t get this one,
K ~ Kvdtcherbelliachin^, is tno best I can do on this. Son -
L - Latbimore, Mr. & Mrs, W.V/. had as g.’.ests recently, Mr. & Mrs. Roland Lattimore
and daughter Sophia of Great Falls, South Crj'olina.
M - MiLler, Miss Helen, one of the pretty business giVrls in Charlotte, spent the
Easter Kolida;;^ v/ith her brother, Mr, Banks Miller md Mrs. Miller,
N - Neason, Miss Betty, left Tl'iursday to join her parents, Mr, 8c Mrs, J.J. Neason
0 ~ Osbornes, the only folks in Lawndale, v/ho work for’CMPCO v/hose name starts
P - Peeler, Miss Pear le,' spent the week-end in Winston-Salem,
Q - Queer, what ei-rtrcmes:, some folks will go to, to present the news,
R - Richards, Mrs, Cecil, and libtle daughter, risiting Mrs, Vfill Blanton,
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