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are so scarce.
Annie Sue Koyle - MjJLdred Brr.ckett
Well it seems thct some of our problems
nro going to be solved nov; for T7e*ve ‘'4
noticed a gr-at chcTnge in the married
men lately. It had us T/orried until wo herTd the rumor that a
law mi^t be passed permitting men to have tv;o vdves sine© men
These men in Lavmd'ale don*t intend to be caught napping for Johnny
Elmore has already planted him a rose garden and giving roses to every pretty girl
that passes by. Jim Osborne has been heard practicing baby talk on his pooch,
Grover Eskridge has been heard talking about his reducing (?) diet, and J, D* S.
Cr-rpenter has been v/orrying about his falling hair, Shelt thought that the law
had already been passed so he made a date with Bessie Wright to clean up the bell
tower. Better take it easy Shelt or someone will be telling Lizzie] J
Me have so much other news that 7;e just don*t know which is the most important so
we are going to let you be the judge Paul Cline has been taking Mildred Powell
to the show Jr. and Jo Bowens home for the week-end ^Eddie Wease coming home
on a furlough (Wonder what girl*s heart beat quickened when they saw him)
George Kart, Jr. and his friend from York visiting Mr, and Mrs, Hart and making
a record on the dictaphone—^Jud Vi/hisnrJit running aroimd with Doris Vifilliams
helping her close her shop—l7onder T.tiere Eddie Wease will got his fingernails
fixed now when he comes home Patty Osboirne and Louise Clay spending the week
end vjith Mrs, Hart grove (VJhere is Tom) ^Dooley Jolinson and his bride seen "cooing”
on the hotel porch, Mrs, Maraie Elam also sav; them and asked Til if she was doing
the same thing nov/. Were you, Til? Llerril Vihisnant and Lorene Clay home from
school ^d planning a -i^dmming party ^Doris Blanton looking forward to Tuesday
as^ Maurice Ramsaur, Jr. is coming home on a furlough from Porto Rico Jimmie
Osborne spending a week-end at Lenoir-PJiyne College, He is home on a furlough too.
Ruth Hoyle accepting work at Charlotte ^Robert Spurling home on a furlough with
an accent to his talk. You remember how he alwajrs said "tote” md "t*aint" like
all the rest of us. Pearl Carpenter visiting relatives in Wilmington and Beclcy
coming home with her Betty Eal^er coming home every week-end with Jack Wilson
in tow as usual Omar Lingerfelt still going to the nurses home courting couples
seen stiJJL riding to town on Oph Himt^s bus to see a show, Pearl Carpenter
patiently looking for a letter from Jim Southards and always proud as a Peacock
when it arrives**—Stella Hord home on a vacation with a yankee complex since so
many high school students are working for Cleveland Mill & Power Company they are
reviving the old love making over the counter in the Company Store.
The upper end of the Hoover Rail has fallen down, but not ^vith-standing. Get it???
If you have any trouble in figuring it out just let us know and wo shall elucidate
on the subject next month.
Th-Th-Th-That*s all folksJJl
Anne, Til & Lib
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