MARY ELSIE BRACKETT hsjclc from a tvio viee,kn' stay with ROBIE, who is in St. Alba^is Hos pital, New York MARGARET PRICE gets VAI'IGIE NORIilAN to call for her mail. Her twc boys, ADAII & BLAIR, in Gernany send- her all kinds of souvenirs, the last a German bayone': sent by ADAM - VANGIE said she didn’t mind the bayonet, but they had better not send a German body and expect her to deliver it HTTLE BOBBIE SUDDEIL'iTH coming to the store on his tricycle M. JOHN EAIffiR back from a three weeks* stay in Virginia "STICK" ELLIOTT and raTZ ROLLINS talking farming You could easily tell that MAURICE BO^'UAN, Sm JEFFRIES and EMITT NORMAN weren* t talk ing over their Sunday School lesson, .by. how quickly they stopped talking v;hen REV. ISELY approached them SU1/2IEE EAKER counting up lilLDRED'S "points" to see how much longer she will be away EMA V/HISKANT giving us postal cards in place of change when we mail packages J.B. BRACKETT getting our curiosity aroused, posting hand bills PAULINE JOHNSTON SUDDERATH enjoying the sunshine JERRY CALDVJELL says,"VJhen bigger fish are caught," that he and MR. TOM RICHARD will catch them FORREST ELLIS, Pho tographer from Shelby, taking pictures that the I^over Rail staff thinks you boys will like to see on your magazine -— JESSE DEtON sending "The Rail-Splitter" a paper printed by his division in Germany The SUNSHINE CLASS entertaining the mothers with a banquet on Mother's Day The "Hat Raising" in honor of ROY GOLD'S baby YATES LEE rejoicing over winning a checker game The SCOUTS all tlirilled over their former Scoutmate, CLINE,(Now in the Navy) expected home on leave MRS. LAVJRENCE . TOVffiRY out in her garden HELEN WALKER hunting for a coca-cola MARY BLANTON get ting off her daily letter to her husband, JIM RUTH MT.TJAT.S with a pail of straw berries that she had .persuaded "LIB" LEE that she didn't need MRS. IRA VffiAVER off for High Point to spend Mother's Day with her Moms PIEDMONT GLEE CLUB'S program of beautiful songs at Sunday School, on Mother's Day MRS. SHUF RAMSAUR,JR., mailing pictures of their month old son to STAFF SGT. RjVMSAUR in Germany Souvenirs pouring in for the display window Little PHYLUS RICHARDS and DONALD BRACKETT making a darling bride and groom in the TOM THUMB VJEDDING and his kiss after the ceremony would do credit to VAN JOMSON MINNIE ANl'IA FORNEY home for Mother's Day week-end Iffi, and LiRS. ARTHUR SPROUSE (the former Gazzie Osborne) of Gastonia spending Sunday with the OSBORNES JOHN FRANCIS CARPENTER with h grand tan after a fishing trip in Flor ida —- Crowds on their way to Piedmont registering for canning sugar BOY SCOUT CAI.IPAIGN for building funds undervjay—have you contributed? ROSELIOND CANIPE and VIVIAN PEELER learning new dance steps ^— MELBA LAUGHLIN and MABEL CLONINGER dashing to catch the bus CHARLES fX)RNEY, JR., riding by with his boys liR, & MRS. P.P., RICHARD "huffing and puffing" as they took turn about mowing their lawn EDITH •RICHARD looking sporty in a new outfit MRS. T.B. RICHARD happy over a visit from her children on Mother's Day LOY PRITCHARD walking by in the rain ANNIE SUE HOYLE coming to work in a new frock which she had made all by herself — REV. ISLEY, his MOTHER, and LiRS.. ERI»E3T BRACKETT, , off to Shelby to attend District Missionary meeting at Central Methodist Church -— CPL. SIl/iNNON H. BLANTON has been discharged from the 30TH Co. N.C. State Guard and promoted to S'Sgt. of the 1ST. Batallion Stagg, 2nd Regiment, N.C.S.G. TOD CALDVJELL escorting I'iR. TOMAS BESOSA of Havana, Cuba, around the village BETTY EAKER vVILSON'S friends are all glad i:fhat her husband PVT. JACK rai^ON is improved after his illness MRS. K.\T1-1ERII® LEE, MRS. TALPHY ’.7ARLICK and l/ES. MABEL BLy'iNTON hunting shower gifts for MRS. MARY CLONINGER OTLLIS and also birthday gifts for laRS. MJICtGIE VIEASE liRS. JENNY LOU VMLACE and MRS. DOROTHY LEE, very attractive in new outfits MRS. PAULINE CARPENTER staring out the window - Penny for your thoughts, Polly Little DIAIE JAIIES selecting her own sweater in the Company Store The WOMAN'S CLUB elated over. securing 106 subscrip tions to Holland's Magazine, Mrs. Tom Abernethy being chairman of this drive — Made a nice sum for their treasury.