George Hayden (at right) answers questions of Charlie Z.
Roberts concerning model minstrel show built by Mr. Hayden.
The device, electrically controlled and with many working
parts, attracted attention at Hobby Show.
S. A. Martin and his wife (of Sheet Finishing Mill) and T.
Shinn (right) are shown at Christmas centerpiece made by
Martins. She collected spools which he glued to plywood b»s*
for centerpiece of candles and wax flowers.
Golden A^ers Hold
Hobby, Garden Show
The hobby and garden show, sponsor'
ed by the YMCA Golden Age Club aj
Consolidated Central YMCA, attracted
much interest and a good attendanc®'
The show is sponsored by the club eacij
year in order to encourage people
As customary, a supper and program followed the Hobby and Garden Show. From
left here are J. E. Curry, W. R. Chaney, Mrs. Chaney, Mrs. C. O. Archibald.
Birthday Party For John Overby, Jeff Hall
Anthony John (Butch) Overby (left)
celebrated his fourth birthday, and his
nephew, Roger Jeffrey (Jeff) Hall, cele
brated his third, at a party given by the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Overby and
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hall, at the former’s
home recently. Seven children attended
and enjoyed games, favors, and refresh
ments. The honorees received many
Mr. Overby is employed in the Bed
spread Inspecting Department. Batch’s
mother, Lucy, is a former employee of
Mr. Hall is employed by the Bed
spread Winding Department and attends
the Greensboro Division of Guilford
College. Jeff’s mother, the former Joan
Overby, is a medical technologist at
Morehead Memorial Hospital and at
tends the graduate school of the Uni
versity of North Carolina at Greensboro.
retirement age to develop their
Members of the club and their frieno®
of retirement age were invited to ente''
exhibits showing their hobbies, and
general public was invited to see th®
The exhibits included cut and poW®,
flowers, canned goods, fresh and dri®
vegetables, handmade articles, wat®
color paintings, toys that had been r®'
paired, and various other articles. Ma®
sewing and needlecraft exhibits
Following the hobby and gardeP
show, members of the Golden Age
enjoyed a supper at the YMCA. W.
Weaver, president of the Golden AS®
Club, presided and Paul L. Petersot’’
general secretary of the YMCA, made^
talk on the value of hobbies. His tal^
was followed by a dicussion of the H’'
dividual hobbies of some of the persoO’
The Golden Agers then discussed
forthcoming visit to the State Fair a*’
their Thanksgiving dinner meeting
be held on Thursday, November 19.
Sabin Oral Vaccine
SUNDAY, NOV. 15
Noon To 6 P. M.
THE MILL WHISTL^