Status: Needs Review

Novenber 29, 1945 THE SLATER NEWS Page Three
GOINGS - ON----- IN WEAVE ROOMS (inside a heading frame)

Cpl. Milton Smith, of Cali-
foria, was a recent visitor in
the plant. Before entering serv-
ice, Cpl. Smith was employed
in Weave Room No. 3.

Employees in No. 3 are glad
to have Mr. G.A. Henson back
on the job, as loom fixer, after
an absence of several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Cathcart,
of Norfolk, Va., were recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Cathcart.

Sgt. J. T. Witmore recently
visited Mr. and Mrs. G. C.

Friends fo Thomas Jewell, of the U.S. Army, were glad to see him in the plant recently. Thomas was employed in our Weave Room before entering service over four years ago.
Third shift employees on Job 2 will miss Mr. M.B. "Pete" Jones since he has received a promotion as overseer on the second shift. They welcome Mr. Bill Stephenson as their new overseer.
Mrs. Perry M. Rampey had as her dinner guests Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Ward and Miss Janie McCluney. They report spending a delightful evening.
We welcom Mrs. Annie Brown back to work in Weave Room No. 1 after a few days of absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Garrett are all smile ssince their only son, Alvin S. Garrett, ARM 2/C, of Memphis, Tenn., spent the past weekend with them.
Mr. Earnest Tatham, of No. 1 grins and eats pork since he butchered a hog last week.
We welcome Mr. Jasper K. Voyles back to work on his old job in No. 1 He has been away for some time serving in the U.S. Navy.
Third shift employees in No. 1 are glad to have Mrs. Grace Jones back, after being out almost a year due to illness. She is employed as a weaver on Job 2. They also welcom Mrs. Marie Cobb backto her old job as weaver.
The following new employees are now working on the third shift in No. 1: C.R. Tinsley, Leonard Hayden, and J.C. Forrest.
Pvt. Roy Smelcer, of Donbridge, Tenn., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T.R. Chandler.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Rice and children were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Rice of Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster and Mr. and Mrs. Duck Smith recently motored to Seneca, S.C.
We are glad to see Joe Ellenburg back at work in No. 2. He has been in the Navy for the past nine months.
S/Sgt. Austin Strange spent a few days with his sister, Mrs. T.R. Chandler.
Mr. and Mrs. Duck Smith spend the weekend with Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Rosa Gaines, of Greenwood.
Births (picture of a stork)
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Bellamy announce the birth of a daughter on November 11 at Wood Memorial Clinic.
Mr. Bellamy is emplyed on the third shift in No. 2 Weave Room.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tankersley are the proud parents of a son, Lewis Ray, born at the Wood Memorial Clinic on November 2.
Before marrage, Mrs. Tankersley was Miss Agnes Dunn.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brock, of Route 2, Travelers Rest, S. C., announce the birth of a daughter, Tuesday, November 6, at the local clinic.
Mrs. Brock is employed as a slasher tender in our preparation Department.

Slater Churches
(Con't. from page 1, col. 2)
assist in staging the production.
The play will be somewhat similar to the plays given the past two years and should be equally as good or better than plays given heretofore.

To remind a man of the good turns you have done hime is very much like a reproach. --

Boy Scouts
(Con't. from page 1, col. 5)
named as members of the finance committee.
Claude Sprouse is the new scout master and Hines S. Richardson is the Assistant Scoutmaster.

Theatre Guide
November 20, 1945
Charles Laughton
Ella Raines
Dean Harens
December 1, 1945
Billie Gilbert
December 3, 1945
Jinx Falkenburg
Jim Brannon
Steve Cochran
December 7, 1945
Maria Montez
Jon Hall
Turhan Bey
December 8, 1945
Roy Rogers
George "Gabby" Hayes
Dale Evans
December 10, 1945
Yvonne De Carlo
Rod Cameron
David Bruce
Beta Club
(con't. from page 1, col. 4)
ton; Vice-President, Kathleen
Nelson; Secretary, Barbara Mc-
Mullan; Treasure, Russell
Hampton; and Reporter, Elise
Lee Pittman.

New Books
A good supply of new books for children has just been bought for the library. These are being catalogued as rapidly as possible, and will soon be ready for the shelves. In selecting these books, careful attention was given to both reading matter and illustrations. As a result, we have books which are beautifully illustrated in all the colors which attract a child. Have the little folks of your family come to the library and see these new books. We know they will like them.

Schedule for Library Clubs
Girls' Club (ages 8-12)- Monday p.m. - 3:00 O'clock
Boys' Club (ages 8-12)- Wednesday p.m. - 3:00 O'clock
Story Hour (ages 3-7) First and Second Streets - Thursday p.m. - 3:00 O'clock
Third and Fourth Streets - Friday p.m. - 3:00 O'clock
Story hour Girls Promoted
The following members of Story Hour were recently promoted to Girls' Club: Barbara Godfrey, Fern Barrett, Doris Abernathy, and Barbara Ann Thorton. These girls have done splendid work in Story Hour, and we known that they will do the same in Girls' Club.
New Members
Again, we are glad to wlcome a number fo new library members.
The first of these is Clara Veal, little daughter of Mrs. Estelle Veal. Clara's mother is employed in the Weaving Department of our plant. All of us know Clara's grandfather, Mr. T. C. Veal, gate watchman. Linda Burnette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burnette, is also a new member. Although she is a tiny little girl, she's a good Story Hour member and we welcome her. Linda's father works in the Preparation Department of our plant.
Among the new members are two little sisters, Margaret and Carolyn Hayden. These little girls are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hayden. Their father is employed in the plant here and is a loom fixer.
Catherine Pittmon is another new member. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leon Pittmon Mr. Pittmon was formerly employed here, but is now serviing with the armed forces overseas.
Another one of our new members is James Harold Wilson. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson. James Harold's father is now in service.
Grady and David Eanes are also new members. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. George Eanes. Their father is a loom fixer here is Slater.
The other new member is Robert Joe Garland son of Mr. and Mrs. George Garland, of Marietta. Robert Joe is in the sixth grade in the local school.
Barbara Godfry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Godfry, had a birthday on November 2. She was eight years old.
Fern Barrett was eight years old on November 8. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Barrett.
Mr. Vannoy Armstrong, who is employed in the Slathers Department, whishes to take this opportunity to express his appreciation for the flowers sent for the funeral of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Evie Tate.
Wrongs are often forgiven- Contempt never. - Chester - field
"We Save You Money"
Choose your druggist with just as much care as you do your family
doctor. It is important to your health. A graduate registered phar-
macist is always on duty at the Community Drug Store.
We fill any doctor's prescription
- "Your Friendly Store" -
W. F. HORTON, Manager
B.S. in PHg.. Reg. PHg.

Notes and Questions

Nobody has written a note for this page yet

Please sign in to write a note for this page