• I •• food. No appetite should make us follow thB Devils advice. Soldier'when you are temp ted with some immoral or base desire, just remember that it is the Devil trying to penetrate into your very life and SOUL, Fortify yourself against this attack by turrt; ing all'of your moral guns on the Devil, he won't,, quit'without a fight and a deadly ’ ene at that,, but Prayer and Faith and Resistaxice will turn the trick for you, ' The road'io Success and Greatness is not always pleasant and he who vrould travel this road is constq|itly under fire of the Devils guns, "We can not hope to be carried to ’ ' . ■ the skies on flovdry beds of ease, \vhile others fought to win the prize and soiled through bloody seasv", . we are more than conquerors through him that love us rjad gave himself for us. Our prayers on the home front are always to God for. your safety and 'success. If you would be great, bo Master of yourself - Ahyone v;ho controls his oym Spirit is Victorious, ' : " ! 'dMTH on 'fflE HOMJ^FRONT This past'month, Lawndale has been saddene d by the loss of tvra of our favorite people, Mrs, W, M, Smawley and Mrs, Nancy Caldwell, Mrs. Smawley was returning home from church on Sunday night, October 31st, when ;vas struck by a' car. Her condition was not thought to be serious until Tuesday ri^it, November 2nd, when she rapidly became vrorse and died a few hours later in the Shelby hospital. The driver of the car was a young man from Casar, but was exonerated of all blame in the accident* Mrs, Caldwell or "Aunt Nan" as most everyone in Lawndale called her, v/as ill only a short time. She bedrjne very ill on Thursday night November 11th, rnd was carried to the Shelby hospital, early Friday morning - but she too became rapidly worse and died that same afternoon, ^oth of these sweet Christian women, made Lav;ndale a better place, £or their having lived here. Their lives set a beautiful example- for all, to follow and we think the finest tribute we can pay them, is summed up in three worV.s — they were "Good Chri stian Mothers", The Hoover Rail Staff vri.sh to extend their deepest sympathy to the- bereaved famr- ilie s, •5:- -5C- •{;- LAST CALL FOR POPULARITY CONTEST ' ' Next month, v;e shall announce the winners in the popularity contest, details of which appeared in the August' issue. The votes hav e come in, in great numbers ~ but there are still a few of you, just a few, who have not voted for "Miss Lawndale" and her runner-up. So please get in on this last call, as wo wish the voting to be 100^, The winners pictures will be on the front cover of the December Hoover Rail - Be a pretty nice Christmas present, won’t it - A coupla* Home-trr;n "Pin-up Girls". So if you are one of the fev/ v;ho hav en*t voted, got it in the mail'at once - say, what are we stalling around for - get that vote on its way to Lawndale, Sol’jerl "The price we pay for lost time is more American soldiers killed needlessly," by Donald M. Nelson

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