Sgt. M.ildred Eaker of Arlington, Va. /was herc for a few days recently viith her parents, Mr. rnd Mrs. Sumnie Eaker, Mildred vip.s in the office' snd ftom the crowd gathered around her, there seemed to be quite' a "bull-session" going 6n - don't know for sure v/hat the gals were all talking about, whether it was Men or .joinln;^ the 'iar.-.ncs ~ but I'm betting on the Men. Lieut. Cartwri^t Hart of Hamilton' Field, California, spent a 15-day furlough here and in York, S. C. this past month, vdth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hart, ''Cai'ty" came with his mother to one of onr "Sunshine Sunday School" class parties and he seemed to have a,grand time- in fact he just covered hiniself with glory, he wen fii^t prize in a very difficult (?) contest - and ’vhy shouldn't he have had a grand time, he was the only man present vdth all those ‘girls - don't msh. boys, but we'll be glad for you all to come to our class parties, v;hen next you're home, Robert Stacey of the Navy was home recently on a id-day leave with his folks, Robert looked fine and says Navy life is O.K. Mack Kale, S2/c of Bainbridge, Md, v/as here for a week recently with his wife, Mrs, Kale at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Jfike Fortenberry - Mack was seen around talking to all his friends and’seemed to be enjoying himself very much, kinda' a welcome break after "boot-training", "Purlou^ News in Reverse" Mr, and Mrs, 0, S. Hunt, Mr, v-uid Mrs. "Burg" Southards,'Miss Annie Sue Hoyle of Fallston and Miss Anne.Hulick of Shelby, spent a recent'week-end at Fort McClellan, Alabama, visiting Pvt, "Bardy" Hunt, Pvt, Foy Southards, P\’t, "Moss" Cloninger and Pvt, Charles Champion, Now you know those four boys were almost as thrilled as if they had gotten to come home that week-j-end, and'incidentally the girls as well as the "itoms and Pops" got a big kick out of this trip, if- •};- ■};- . . * -s;- A Short True Story by - Ike Pearson . There used to be three boys around La'.vndale that went to school at Piedmont, and they were pretty bad. Professor Burns had given them plenty of stumps to dig. They dug around the stumps until they were tired and decided to blow them up, so they got some dynamite and one night about one o'clock they blew stumps in all'directions and shook some window lights out of the building, Tliese three boys had a habit of putting their meaness on me, but next morning Professor Burns called the three boys up and said, "John do you know who blew up these stumps?" John said, "Gene knows who did it", (jene said, "I wonder where Ike Pearson was last night"? Professor Burns said, "Gene ' you and John can't put'this on Ike for I know whose stiomps these were," So John said^ '‘Gene he has cau^t us, dad-blame it,- we ought to have had Ike with us last night". And Gene said, "Dadgum it John we ought to have blovm up Ikes stunp too, .and then we could have put this on him, sure as the world, ■ ’Professor Bums let the boys off as they promised him they would not do it any 'luore,. ■it -harles Fomey, Jr.:. "In your sermon this morning you spoke about a baby being a new .n,vc on the ocean of life," ylinister: "That's right," Charles Fomey, Jr.: "Don't you think a fresh squall would have been nearer the truth?"

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