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(The Hoover Rail Staff is proud to print below, a fine letter
fron our Congrcssnan of this district - Honorable A.L. Bulwinkle.)
To the Soldiers aM SrJJLors who sire the readers of Hot Off The Hoover Rail.
Firstj I feel that I should congratulate Mr. John F. Schonck, Sr» and Mr. John
F. Schenck, Jr. of the’ Cleveland IkI:M1 and Po'iver Coiapr-ny v;ho so generously provided
for one of the best niagazines published in any coniaunity for nenbors of the /irned
Forces, 'It is an act of generosity on the part of the Schencks in publishing this
mgazino, and every issue will make every heart glad that it reaches.
Every nan and wonan in. the Arned Forces of the United States, we know, are do
ing their full duty and'doing it well. V/e follow through the local papers, as v;ell
as the Associated Press, and other ne;vs services, the part that the nen and women are
playing, who are winning this v/ar, and "vve salute you as vjell as congratulate you for
this wonderful service that you are rendering.
•Everyone that you left behind at home has a part to play and heavy duties to per
form, and I know that you are hoping that not a single person on the hone front will
shirk any of their duties. These duties are first, trying to provide cash to carry
.ii the work that you are doing and this cash is provided for by paying our taxes and
by purchasing the Bonds for the conduct of the war. And then there is another duty,
- very important one, and that is to provide the materials of war, the clothing, the
food that is necessary to carry on the war, and the ships that are necessary to trans
port these materials, in addition to building now ships for the Navy,
The men and women of Cleveland County have never shirked their duty, and you may
rest assured that your people at hone are going to do their part. Each and every one
of those of u3, who remain at hone, hope and pray that victory my come soon, and
that you may be returned safely to your homes.
Vifith my best wishes for your health and happiness, and for your safety, I remain
A. L. Bulwinkle
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(Also we have received an acknowledgement from Miss Dorothy Knox,
featured columnist, for The Chax’lotte News, Everyone in this sec
tion enjoys her-stimulating columns, and we are proud she found
time to write us,)
Dear Mrs, Osborne; ■
Many thanks for your grand letter and news bulletin for March, Sorry to fail
you but have had so many requests for letters from these fine norale-builder-uppers
that I couldn't make the. grade.
Congratulations for a fine piece of work,
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