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’*Pug” Bass must be
to help along xfith
ioolltlcin,e- he said, “xake this five -
So yo^> see, boys, how they
really feel about you, or sornetiii
Mr. John L. Jenkins .donated a
fus Worsley and Capt; ’’Gene" SimmonB
G-. I* s. eat I I ?hev-r! ! I
boys made nice talks;
our genuine ally. (Wiah
to the firemen,
v/ere gues'cs, and did these
believe about the army chow. Both
splendid dope on .Russians-
you a couple of his stories
I could tell
and if HFN can’t print them- v/ell, you be the judge,)
Bill Babcock' and a buddy in Philly -are .publishing a ’’weakly"
paper. Sent us a cony and you know right off it was Bill’p.,..
Smells like him, but'stinks good. They can’t keep this bird do^'m,
(Great going. Bill, and lots of , your boys still inquire about
your good: health, .etc. ) . )■ , . ' ^
Old "Crackers” Heydehreich sill at old habits*
with five-spot for you guys^
Thanks to Mrs. V7, B. Sanders, /%nager of the U.
ment office, who comes over to give $S.OO for HFN.
you beat this spirit?),
Mrs,. Lonnie Keene, mother of Aaron Kc-ene, came in
v;as enroute to see hosDitalized, son at Gamp Pickett
■Drops ' in
59^’t-n Bomb Sqdn, 397
this boy at .Hospital Ward 1$ at Cam^o Pickett, Va., he
letters now.) '
Lt. Hugh Best, J,r., may be addressed
Bomb Grp., APO l^Oj, c/o P. M., Mew Xork, I'*. Y,
Mrs. L. J. Hewborn ' gratefully offers ^^5-00 towards our ex
pense in sending the news to you in service. Her son^ Thomas, a
Marine, is in the Pacific. Yes, sir, we will keep on. sending you
neVs with .backing like ,'this* , : ■ ,
Sgt. Wm. Hoard's dad brought us citation his outfit had won
at Geilen-Kirchen, the battle of the Budge and the Rhino’ crossing
He' is xv^ith ^U-th:Inf.' Division, 9tii Army- a truly great outfit,
A mother, Mrs. J. ,D,'.Harrell, at the Coca Cola Plant for HFM
photograph, offers us' $2,00 to help with ex-oenso
think this is' simply^ fin.e? We do.
Jasper K. Willey
was opei'^ative patient at Lockbourns,;
we .understand not serious.
this is an' off-the-record item, so don't tell it, but
Han'ry blew in Tarboro Friday •• eve, th*e 20th, to. v/et a
or tO' strain some, Tar River watoi’ for theso'. shad hurrying
back^ to the ocean, 'You see, George’s flock in Charlotte thou.^ft
he was in Raleigh on business. Well, :ie did come tjirough there,
and did .he strike, oil here - with fiahern-an H. 3. ( '*Ike*'; McNair,
•ern ashore, 'Tis said Geo.
and tell your flock
Irvin’s l^th Air Force
In Italy,. Thomas is with
and Bob ("Crook") Pender, they hauled
v/iped these guys faces, (Great goingj
‘another one Just like this.)
Daddy Page ,tell6 me Major Thoma
again awarde.d Presidential Citation.
327th Bomb. Sqdn. . ■ , • •
Through oversight we omitted the names of Myrtle Anderson,
Sva Bunting'and Hllizabeth Price, Carolina Tel. employees, and who,
assisted in the last issue. They did a grand job and we welcome
them to our' group.
Hllizabeth Spruill Proctor, , v^ife
exhibits a tele^r&m from ’^ar Dopt.
wounded in Germany, Wo further
has its fingervs crossed for this fine boy. Formerly wunded in
Belgium, g/2o. he was decorated for conGpicuous bravery, in action
is wioh ^^th-Armd, Inf.
England has her’ Eden, Russia her Molotov, China her Sung,
n. S. her Gtetinus at the San Francit;co ;Tonf.?r‘enc6, and Tarboro;
of T/S Wit*. Ashton Proctor,
that Sgt.. Ashton seriously--
details available,-but HFN
has h«r emitv .r-.'^y there- Harvey V/ai'd, J;>, 3o sav:
fervey on Vfiere 'for several weekc, ar:
Mrs, J' ' ? ,/M.dler eyhibited to-us re,v^?rr,'
Pyle >’hat 5ic-ted'*'wauwith '-Capt. Julian 3,-)ser.Qui*g t
o, C., on ul:inawr//£.':«,e:ter.‘Sunday. Capt. Dusenbury is
Mrs. St-dler. Ernie Paid several flovring tricuter.
inf^Q of Hlrnie
ort _ Clai'/ssen
a nephew of,
to the Captain
Pxo. Bill' Babcock called on us V21, but.we think his.visit
was motivaced by reacon of one 89.00 electric meter deposit he
had formerly overlooked. Wife, Viola, and vtaughter, Barbara, ac
companied him so I was unable to learn much of liis nite life in
Phiia. but he still retains that school boy .complexion, so I take
it the.t he is regular.' ’ ;