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S - Svieezy-j Miss Peai'le, (oiir favorite jewel) had as receut weekend guests her
sisterj Mrs, Tom Weaver and Mr, Weaver of Valdese,
Self, Miss Dovie had as a vreehend guest, Miss Annie Mae V/right who is in train
ing at Rutherfordton HospitaJ.;
T - Time for me to be signing off, dontcha' thinlc,
U - Until noxt month, we*11 be praying for -
V ~ Victory
W - Wallace, VJhisnnnt -
Mrs. Cliff Vfellace, at home from the hospital, xve’re glad to see her back,
Mr. & Mrs. Joe IrJhisnant and children of Lincolnton, visited Miss Ema VJhisnant
X - KvXX, the kisses, that everybody in LawndaJ.e, sends to all you boys in'service,
y - You guessed it, Iim plumb give out with this nonsense, and you are too, I
Z - Zoot Suits, you tako«m, I don't \7ant ‘em,
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Miss Mildred Eaker, daughter of Mr, £c'Mrs, Summie Eakerjhas been accepted in the
Marines ~ She was sworn in’at Atlanta, Georgia on April 24-th, and is nov; awaiting
her call to active service, Mildred is a swell girl, and ive are going to miss, her
terribly. She is Mr. Geo, Hart*s stenographer, and has been most efficient and
pleasant to vrork with. Mildred has been a valuable asset to the Hoover Rail,
v;orking long hours in helping to got out each issue — AH the Hoover Rail Gang,
especirlly, are going to miss her a great deal, but we offer her "GOOD LUCK and
BEST 1/7ISHES" and hope she«11 soon be back to see us ~ we knovY she *11 make an
attractive addition to the Marines.
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Mrs. Laxton Mauney has returned to her home, and is now recuperating nicely from
a Major operation', she recently undenvent at the Shelby Hospital, Mrs,Mauney, as
all you boys knov;, has been one of the "Regular Columnists" of the Hoover Rail,
since its first issue and we feel sure that each of you v/ill v«rish to join us, in
vdshing her a speedy and complete recovery. Her ai’ticle, this month, is especially
good, vre think, and she didn’t let such a little thing, as a major operation,
interfere with her getting out her column. She*c a real "TROUPER."
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Miss Mildred Hiller of Lavmdale and Mr, J. W, Brackett of Belwood were married on
April 23rd by Rev. J.W, Suttle, at his home in Sholby. Mildred is one of "Us Girls"
who work in the Q.IPCO. office and a very popular and pretty j^oung lady. We extend
our best wishes to "Til and J,V/," for r. long and happj’’ life. ('We’ll let you boys
in on a secret, but don’t tell her v;e told you. - that J,YJ, stands for Julius
Washington - quite a "Handsome Monicker", dontcha* think)
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Hiss Mary Jane C6ok and Ezell Poole, Seaman First Class, both of Lacmdale, were
married May l9th, in'G.affney, South Carolina. Mary Jane has'been making her home
here, \vith her Uncle,;Mr, Arnold Brittain and Mrs, Brittain, and iTill continue to
do so for the present, as Ezelle will soon return to'his ship. Ezell is the brother
of Mrs, Wm. Perry and had worked here for several years before his enlistment in
the Navy. The Staff of the Hoover Rail offers them, CongratvJLations and best
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"Great lives never go out, Tliey go on." ~-Bonjnmin Harrison.
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