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ght a new bus for service between
' L.'.mndale and Shelby - Its a nuch
larger and more comfortable bus than the old ones and looks just like the big-city
busses. Everyone wants to ride the new bus and does Oph beam when it really ^ets
Tom Fox loft recently for Jacksonville, Fla. where he vjill vrork in the ship
yards . ■ ■
Mr, and Mrs. Mishor Shehan and infant daughter, Kay Frrncis,^of Newport News, Va,
Have been visiting their relatives here and in Kings Mountain. Mishor days he can =
practically feel Uncle Sam broathin/j down hi s neck, but that he«s ready any time.
Mr. John Eaker of Charleston, S. C, spent a week-end here recently, with Mrs,
Eaker and Bottj'' Jo.
Flashll Piedmont school has closed for the cotton picking season. The fields
are white and everybody who possibly can, are helping pick the big crop, Vfe've hea,rd
an awful lot about sore backs etc., lately;
Mr. >rjid Mrs, Thomas Hord of Baltiraore, Md, are visiting their parents here, and
at Double Shoals. Mrs. Hord is the former Mies Lucille (Shine) McFarland of Double
Shoals, Tomy is aivaiting orders to report to Uncle Sam, he hopes to get in the Air
Corps. Vi/hile Tommy is away, his wife, will stay with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs, John F. Schcnck, Sr, have returned to their home here, after spend
ing the sujxier at their cottage in Blowing Rock,
Flashll Lav/ndale is maintaining her fine record of bu.3ring bonds in this. Tliird
War Lo?ji Drive, up-to-date, there has been $21,000 worth of bonds sold here- to.YOUR
folks, YOUR neighbors and YOUR friends. This amount is exclusive of the amount that
Cleveland Mill and Power Company is buying, and thats a considerable sum. You can
always depend on your old hcmc-town,
'Mr. and Mrs, Charles Forney Jr. and their son, Charles the 3rd, have returned
home, after spending a week in Bloxving Rock, Charley said the young son thrived on
that mountain air, and that he was "air" learning to Ooh and Goo, some kindal
Ml? . Lpxton Mauney has accepted work at the shipyards in yi/ilmington, N, C,
Mrd. Hoyt Leonard of Lexington, N, C, spent a few days this past month with Miss
Ruby Mao Carpenter and Mrs. Meredith Allen.
Mrs. Fred Falls and tv/o little sons, Dickie md Jeon and Mrs, John Carpenter and
little daughter, Connie, v/ent to Ralei:'-li last week, to visit friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Warlick and Mrs, Irod Hartmen, are leaving for Camp Hulen,
Texas, v/here they will visit. Pfc, Irod Hartman, Pfc, Hartman is Mrs, Vfcrlicks broth
er, They expect to be away about ten days,
Flashll Miss Bettie Cabell, former Piedmont High School teacher, received her
Master's degree in Home Economics, thir nummer at V/,C.U.N.C, She was awarded a teach
ing fellowship at flomn College of the University of North Carolina after leaving
Piedmr)nt, She worked on her Master's degree and taught classes at Vfomans College un
til this summer vihen she recnived her degree, Bettie is nov/ on the hostess staff at
Camp Mackall, Hoffnuan, N, C, doing her bit in the war effort.
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