North Carolina Newspapers

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Now that the ”Crooked Cross" of Germany has
been smashed, we are looking forward to the set
ting of the "Rising,Sun” of Japan and when'that'
happens and all you boys get home,, what a happy
reunion we’ will have. MRS« LUS LEE came in so
happy to show us
a telegram she had received froifl her son MURREL, whd ‘has been in the South Pacific
almost forty months. We quote the telegram," Its a long stretch from no man’s land
back to you, but I made it," MR. & MRS. ODUS.ROYSTER were made very happy over
the arrival of their son, HARRY, who has been serving for several months in New
Guinea and Austra lia, Speaking of happy people, MR. & 1j!RS. GEORGE HART are all
up in the clouds over the arrival of a grandaughtcr, little VIRGINIA I*EE, (daughter
of LT. & MRS. CARTimiGHT.HART. VIRGINIA has the distinction of being the first girl
born in the HART family in twenty years -— GIiHALDINE WALLACE playing nurse maid to
her Dad’s flock of baby chickens ELIZABETH BRIDGES drinking a quart of milk a day.
Vfonder who likes a perfect 18? IviRS WILL POX back from a'long’visit to see her sons
EDWARD in Waycross, Ga., and JOE, stationed at Jacksonville, Fla. — MR. CLIFF WAL
LACE wanting to buy a plane, but he can’t find a place in Lawndale big enough to
"set" it down MRS. EVA HAUNEY receiving a Mother’s Day Cablegram from her son-in-
law, CPL. DBVEY CANIPB, who is in Germany, 1/IRS, MURICE HORD watching MRS. HERMAN
GRIGG set out flower plants "BLOSSOM", small daughter of NEB and SEDEILE GRIGG
iwas watching her mother remove a hen and chickens from a nest."BLOSSOM" exclaimed,
"That hen sure can lay "dibs." —W.A. PEELER presenting his Scout Master JOHN
SHUFORD a picture of himself made in Scout uniform —« IIRS, W.D, VffiSSON and MRS.
BUFORD HORD chatting in front of the Post Office BOYCE TURNER telling the boys
■ a joke *FLAY COOK looking fonvard to the summer holidays — AH of us being so
glad to see LUCIE HEFF1>IER LEAK, LUCIE now lives in Salisbury CALLIE WHITENER
proudly showing off her baby niece —- ALEX VffiASE out of cigarettes ORA BRACKETT
talking it over with RAY ViESSON,JR. MARIE \®ASE strutting doVin the street —*-
JIM OSBORNE busy getting the window fixed for the souvenirs you boys are sending
home LITTLE FREDDIE DENTON,hunting through the store for the things he likes to
eat MRS. OPHUS HUNT very pleased over getting a letter from CPL.JENTRY MILLS, a
friend of BREVARD. CPL. MILLS arrived in Williamston, N.C,, March 2/^th from Germany
"DOODLE" Laughlin buying brilliantine, he declares its not to help his looks. We
haven’t heard of liRS. LAUGHLIN being sick, sd we will have to take his word for it
— JIM LATTIMORE nursing a sore finger, hurt playing soft ball —T,S. PUTMAN look
ing for overalls to do his "home work" in LITTLE KAY SHEHAN, small daughter of
mSHER & ELIZABETH SHEHAl'J, became very tired at a recent entertainment, and to the
amusement of the. children and embarrassment of her mother, she began shouting, "Amen
- A men." — MRS. HERBERT HAiiG* off to Charlotte to visit friends — The rush of
the mothers trying to find material to n^ike evening dresses for their children —
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