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6; No 4
PISGAH FOREST, N. C.
Ecusta Baseball Season Opened Friday
start work now
Plots Plowed And
^**jgnment8 Have Been
^ade. Names Listed.
Ecusta Victory gardens
Judge And Mrs. Rosenman Visit Ecusta
ready for planting. The
seve Ecusta is providing for
Ecustans for Victory gar-
into^ 1 ^ plowed and laid off
® so that the Victory gar-
■ Victory gardens has been
Of show the exact location
issue of the Echo, a plat
• ‘ the
havg those Ecustans who will
ilQp .^^^dens at Ecusta are: L. F.
Shepp-,, Crow, H. Keener, R.
Collin ’ Bostic, Bob Thompson,
tieii Of Happ, McClure, Haeh-
ajian E. Ahrens, G. Buch-
Sittfj’ DeBord, H. Galloway, P.
Hhofi ’ Hunnicutt, F. Wilde, T.
Seav^r’ Hemphill, R. Head, C.
Haji Gillian, P. Muff at, J. Bren-
Harrison, F. S. Best, W.
Parker, G. Love, C.
Aii(g ’ r*- Roberts, M. Teague, C.
W Singletary, J. Winget,
C, H. Parris, C. Eldridge,
X Av ’ Bobinson, E. Smith,
McKelvey, A. Lance,
*'• lion ’ Rigdon, F. Moffitt,
Tin 1 Lowen, F. McGee,
%ojj J- Hollis, B. Parker, H.
Lance, L. Kitchen, J. E.
KpL Gasperson, J. Galloway,
> • Surrette, H. Phillips,
h‘ Janu Landreth, J. Cabe,
0. J «son, c, Ramer, D. Bums,
^Ori/jT^ther, C. B. and C. F. Alli-
■ Bowen, C. Ducker and C.
—Turn To Page Four
'Jurist And Adviser
Mr, and Mrs. Straus
Shown above are Judge and Mfs. Samuel Rosenman, of Wash
ington, D. C., and President Harry H. Straus. This photo was made
when the distinguished judge and adviser to President Roosevelt
visited Ecusta recently. (Staff Photo)
Bowling Banquet Was Big Success;
Awards Are Presented To Winners
^*id The Plant.
honored by the visit
On Samuel Rosen-
a ^^ursday, April 20th. The
Mrs. Rosenman were
Mr. and Mrs. Harry H.
][»^Jig Washington where he is
**P®cial counsel to the
Of t Ava United States.
M |c ® formerly Chief Justice
Court of the State
is a well known
^ after complet-
1- ^ of the mill, ex-
v^5 he }, ?^®lf as inspired by
ih J The keen obser-
that^, Judge Rosenman
\7 that r
familiar with ii
^ is most interested i
Grand Climax To Successful
Season. Prizes Awarded
On Wednesday night, April 12th,
a big banquet was given for the
members of the two Ecusta bowl
ing leagues, in the Ecusta Cafe
teria. Approximately seventy peo
ple attended and everyone seemed
b enjoy it. The banquet was given
to the bowlers by Mr. Straus and
all who participated in either the
Ecusta Womens’ Duck Pin league
or the Ecusta Men’s Ten Pin league
and members of the Activities
Committee were invited.
Following the ‘dinner interesting
short talks were made by several
persons. John Eversman, recrea
tion director, served as toastmaster
and introduced the speakers. Mr.
Eversman highly commended the
bowlers for the excellent season
they had just completed and for
the good sportsmanship shown
throughout the season. He then
introduced the first speaker, Miss
Ann Morris, captain of the winning
Champagne Stars, who made a
short talk. Miss Morris was follow
ed by Eileen Nelson, captain of
the losing team, the Pin Setter’s
Delight. Next Emil Vassey, captain
of the Maintenance team, champ
ions of the Men’s Ten Pin league.
In introducing A1 Montville, cap
tain of the Refining team, Mr.
Eversman congratulated the mem
bers of this team for the excellent
sportsmanship shown by them dur
ing the season.
Mr. Eversman then spoke of the
Activities Committee and told his
listeners something of the function
of this committee, how it helped
in the setting up of the different
recreation activities. He then pre
sented the members of the com
mittee, each of whom made a short
talk. First J. 0. Wells, Ecusta per
sonnel director who was followed
by H. E. Newbury, Ecusta Safety
Walter Straus, superintendent of
Champagne Paper corporation and
another member of the Activities
Committee, was next introduced
and in his talk he stated he. felt
that in the distribution of the
various trophies and awards that
some individuals might possibly be
left out, and that in view of this
he had brought several prizes with
him which he gave out. They in
cluded a special newspaper edition
for Bob Kappers, a bowling pin
—Turn To Page Five
AND MACHINE ROOM
WIN INITIAl TILTS
Play in Girls’ Softball League
Will Probably Start
In the opening games of the
Ecusta inter-departmental baseball
season, played Friday afternoon,
the Gashouse Beaters defeated the
Duke’s Mixture boys by the score
of 5 to 4 and the Machine Room
team licked the Control team to
the tune of 10 to 6.
While many of the players were
on the field for the first time Fri
day afternoon and were not up to
their best form in ball playing, in
terest was at a high pitch and in
dications are that baseball is back
again at Ecusta and this time to
The league is being sponsored by
the Recreational department and
there are four teams in the league.
They will play a double-header
game every Friday afternoon.
Bud White and Harry Clayton
are co-captains of the Gashouse
Beaters. Emil Vassey and Walter
Straus are co-captains of Duke’s
Mixture. Robert Head is head of
Control and Wilson Gregory and
Ed White are co-captains of Ma
A girls’ softball league is being
organized and play will probably
be started next week. The initial
—Turn To Page Four
Gavel, Corsage And Club
Colors Presented Succes
sor By Dr. Day
Miss Dorothy Johnson, of the
analytical laboratory, was elected
president of the Business and Pro
fessional Women’s club, at the
April meeting, which was held last
Thursday evening at the Bryant
House. Miss Johnson replaces Dr.
Dorothy Day, formerly with Cali
fornia Central Fibre, who has been
president the past year.
Other officers elected to serve
with Miss Johnson the ensuing
year are: Mrs. Mabel McDonald,
finishing department operator, 2nd
vice president and chairman of
the membership committee; Doro
thy Singletary, secretary to Dr.
Bryant, recording secretary, re
placing Mrs. Dorothy Hunter.
Dr. Day, who has been visiting
in Hendersonville, attended the
meeting and personally presented
the president’s gavel to Miss John
son, together with a corsage of
flowers of the club’s colors.
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