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~cu, vislted t h i s dek)artnlent first of t h e C. W i l l i a m Ownby h a s been t r a n s knee. W e hope t h a t he will soon be i\latlles 1s 011 a s i x w e c k s ' mon~h. J L ~ . f e r r e d f r o m t h e locomotive to t h e c d r a b l e to r e t u r n to t h e g a n g . l e a v e of a b s e n c e a n d i s allendlug m o u ~ c l c y a r u n e n t as c a r cwrlc, effective SepL i n e m a n a n d Mrs. A'. H. H a r b i s o n t e m b e r 2. \Vc c u n g r a t u l a t e h i m o n h i s uf h l s t i m e v i s i l i t l a relatives In t k r k a n a r e t h e p r o u d p a r e n t s of a five a n d usygnment. hils. h e 1s belIlg rellcved , b y llrlenlul o n e - h a l f pound boy. L i t t l e J a c k i s doB. W. E l l i o t t f r o m P l ~ a r r ~g a n g . s Pile a r l v e s of t h e s u p e r v i s i o n and i n g nicely. hessrs. Brcrlnarl a n d \ V i l l ~ a m s o ~ ~ L i n e m a n Thos. Wilson a n d wife h a v e s h o l ~ m e ne n j o y e d a n e x c u r s i o n o u t h e s p c n t a f e w d a y s Lhe h r s t of t h e m o n t l ~ j u s t r e t u r n e d f r o m a v a c a t i o n s y e n , S t e a m e r J. S.. - a u g u s t 17. A s h ~ n g n e a r Hahatonlca. I'requent V a c a t i o n i s t s : G e n e r a l f o r e m a n . W. J. w i t h h i s p a r e n t s in Tennessee. b'iclie, a n d w i t e r e c e n t l y relurlicd Lro111 rallls a n d high w a t e r i n f e r f e r r e d w i t h a t w o w e e k s ' t r i p in t h e w e s t a u d t h e i r u s u a l luck, h o w e v e r , t h e y res o u t h . H e took in Colorado S p i i ~ i g . ~ . p o r t e d s o m e nice catches. ? George I. Linster, asststant superiuCanadian, Texas, a n d Kansas City. tenaenL t e l e g r a p h , a n d wife, a r e s p e n d T h e R o c k v F o r d melons a n d mountain ~ n g s h o r t v a c a L i o ~ wlttl r e l a t i v e s ln i~ ~ t r o u t c h r i a i n l y a g r e e d w i t h him. Jlontana. C e n c r a l c a r f o r e m a n \V. J. Giilcxpic S. 8. J l u s g r a v e . g e n e r a l forern;ti~ a a n d w i f e t o u r e d t h e west-seemingly PLAY SAFETY FIRST e n t c r ~ a i n r d his brother Brucc JIusg r e a t f a v o r i t e w i t h m e c h a n i c a l delxirtc r a v e a n d wifc several dxvs th;~ m e n t emnloves. Colorado Snrinrrs. b e n nlonth. hlr. Jlu:sgrave-is at;-;iiRil'i.eF v e r , st& ' p a r k a n d s a l t ' ~ t G eCity and Use a Bonded Conlpany for f o r t h e P c n ~ ~ s y l v a n ira i l r o a d a n d h i s a c n t e r c d l a r g c l y in t h e t o u r . h o m e i s in S u n b u r y , Pa. 3 l i s s P e a r l A s l ~ l o c k of thn c a r d e Your Baggage Aliss Alice Larlcin, chief t e l e n h o n c p a r l m e n t showed h e r appreciation o i o p c r a t o r is s p e n d i u i h e r v a c a t ~ b n in A m c r l c a ' s n a t u r a l w o n d e r s a n d w e disgetyoit. N i s s E t h e l H i l l is aeti~~g c o v e r s h e , too, visited t h e w e s t . THEl chief" d u r i n g Miss L a r k ~ n ' s a b s e ~ i c e . N ~ s sCrlentc O'Neil of t h e wtorc deH. Z. Woodall, f o r c m a n , i s o n v a c a partnlent w a s contcnt t o , remain in tion, be in^ relieved by K o s s H a n c i e r , AIissouri, a n d s p e n t a n enjoytrhlc s t a r So1)tember 17. in Castlewood. H a y T. Sol>er, p e r s o n a l record c l e r k , J o h n H. S d n d c r s a n d f a m i l v visited s p e n t a f e w d a y s i n Louisville. Icy.. in Xashvillc. Tennessen. OPEFLATES l a s t month. v i s i t i n g a t t h e home of %."rank L R u r t a n d f a m i l y visited in his parents. Villa R i d g e , Missouri. This department has just recently inK c l ~ a i r trzrclc f o r e m a n Jar, F o r s t n e r RED TOP CAB CO. stalled new Jlorkrum-Kleinscl~midt a n d family recently returned from the t e l c g r a l ~ h typewriters in t h e r e l a y ofGreat. Lakcs. Jlr. F o r s t n r r claims a ficcs a t St. L o u i s . a n d Springfield. g a i n of t e n pounds. Wonder what Phone 20151 TULSA, OICLA. F o r e m a n P h a r r l s ' r a n g h a s moved "brxnd" tonlc h e h a s h r e n t a k i n c . i n t o t h c i r new p a s s e n g e r c a r outfit A. H. K n e l l e r e t u r n e d Engincer a n d t h e boys a l l s e e m well pleased. f r o m a m o n t h ' s Vacntion. H e spent T h e s e c a r s a r e m a d r - o v e r nassenr.e6, m o s t of h i s t i m e in S a l t L a k e C i t y a n d c a r s w h i c h w e r e r e t i r e d from r e v e n u e T,os Xngeles. service. They a r c a k o n i i r f u i iln: p r o v e m e n t o v e r t h e old f r e i g h t c a r s f o r m e r l y used. W e hope to h a v e t h e m f o r a l l of o u r g a n g s -soon. DISTRIBUTORS OF CAR LOADS At t h e first p i e r c i n g s h r i e k , P a a n d J I a Hultsch thought they were listenT H E OLDEST AND MOST i n g to w a n d o p e r a a s t h e f a m o u s s o RELIABLE S P R I N G F I E L D . 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S. C. W i l s o n , a s s i s t a n t boiler f o r e man a t Spring west shop resigned S e p t e m b e r 1. Mr. Wilson h a s i n t e r J a m e s T. W a l s h , huller f o r e m a n a 1 e s t s in m i n i n g o p e r a t i o n s a t Eminence. t h e w e s t shop, Sgringflcld, s ~ e n r t h uc is first fifteen d a y s of S r p t e r n b c r on h ~ s Missouri, w h i c h r e q u i r e m h a h of a lh m time. Sincerelv hope t t S e v a c a t i o n v i s i t i n g Memuhis a u d ,$the[ s t r i k e s "pay dir't" a n d will r e m e m b e r s o u t h e r n points. Glad to h a w J i m h i s m a n v f r i e n d s a t t h e w e s t shon. mie" w i t h u s a g a i n . ~ a m e s 'H. Osborne h a s been - a p Following appoii~Ltnc~~ts the supin pointed to position of boiler g a n g foree r v i s i o n h a v e been m a d e : m a n a t S ~ r i n ! 3 i e l d w e s t shop. F r a n k L. B r o w n , assisrar.t c a r f o r e A I ~ supirviGion a t W e s t Springfield m a n a t N o n e t t , in nlace of J o h n E . shop a r e all for the Saint Louis CardiG r a h a m w h o w a s transferrec? i o s h o p n a l s w i n n i n g t h e p e n n a n t in t h e S r r inspector a t Sapuipa. tional L e a g u e . T h e m a j o r i t y of t h e m C h a r l e s A. Phillips. boiler f o r e m a n a r e making. p l a n s to g o t o - St. L o u i s a t Lindenwood. in olace of J o h n M . to see o n e of t h e S u n d a y g a m e s . Fitsgerald, who was tracsfsrren tc R. E. E l i c k , tool room f o r e m a n a t boiler f o r e m a n a t K e w l e s h c ~ . Sgringfleld w e s t s h o p a t t e n d e d t h e a n B y r o n B. B r i t t e l i , r o u n d t ~ o ~ * ! iforee n u a l c o n v e n t i o n of t h e A m e r i c a n R a i i man. W i l l o w S n r i n z s . i n nlace of S. Tool F o r e m e n held in Chicago, a t E. niccoy, w h o w a s - t k u s f t r r o d ;.s a s t h e H o t e l S h e r m a n , S e p t e m b e r 1. 2 a n d s i s t a n t r o u n d h o u s e f o r e m a n a t Amory. 3. Mr. E l i c k r e p o r t s m a n y i n t e r e s t Mississippi. i n g l e c t u r e s o n r a i l w a y tools a n d all.A \ I<. W a t e r s , a i r b r a k e f o r e n ~ a n a t pliances a n d a n e x c e p t i o n a l n u m b e r of K a n s a s City, in place of R a y PLschai w o n d e r f u l exhibits. esoeciallv a r o l l e r w h o resigned. f b ; ~ ~ ~ i G l i i-i&g i t i i d e i o a b r a s k e v w h i c h -i J o h n W. F i t s g e r a l d , boil6r t o h m a n m a d e t h e bore of b r a s s e s t h e s a m e xx i n place of J a m e s P. S a w s ~ r , decold roiled b r a s s l e a v i n g a h a r d finish. ceased. J. B. Gilliam, g e n e r a l f o r e m a n a t S. E. McCoy, a s s i s t a n t r o u n d h o u s e K a n s a s City, a n d Miss Bernice Alcorn. f o r e m a n in place of A l b e r t R. P e t e r s o n ~ t e n o g r a p h e r in t h e office of s u p e r i n resigned. t e n d e n t of motive p o w e r w e r e m a r r i e d E m i l L a n g e boiler f o r e m a n , in place o n SeDtember 16. W i t h o n e accord a l l , of 0. W. ~ r i c G s o n w h o l e f t t h e service. ~ u ~ e r G i s o r s i t h~ m h a n y y e a r s of ~ e m C. P. H a r n e s t a n n o i n t c d n i g h t r o u n d happiness. house f o r e m a n a t -Lawton. W e r e g r e t to a n n o u n c e t h e d e a t h of George 3 . Jessee, appointed asxist1 E r n e s t Stuclti, f a t h e r of W i l l i a m E. a n t foreman a t W e s t Tulsa. Stucki, erecting g a n g foreman at 4. S c h a f n i t t , a p p o i n t e d a s s i s t a n t c a r Springfield w e s t shop. F u n e r a l s e r v f o r e n ~ a n a t Enid. in . lace of D. W. ices w e r e held o n S a t u r d a y . S e p t e m ~ i l l e p w h o resigned. t e St. n s a ge ber he' f o l l o w i n g p o s i t i o n s abolished: c h u r c18. a t I nhe r m e n tJ o hw'a s E vm n d e l i c a l h. t a in Night roundhouse foreman a t Willow J I a p l e P a r k Cemetery. Mr. Stuclti w a s SpFings. c a r f o r e m a n a t Xeodesha. a man well liked b y h i s wide number ~ a n s a s :c a r foreman a t Francis. Okof a c q u a i n t a n c e s a n d h i s p a s s i n a m u c h l a h o m a ; boiler f o r e m a n a t O k l a h o m a r e g r e t t e d . T h e deceased i s s u r v i v e d b y " Z . LILY. t h e widow, t h r e e d a u g h t e r s , Mrs. C l a r a J a m e s A. M a t h i s , s t e a m d e r r i c k f o r e R o b e r t s o n , S a n Angelo. T e x a s ; N r s . F. m a n a t M e m p h i s h a s been t r a n s f e r r e d B. C r a v e n Orlando, Fia.: a n d Mrs. J o e to Yale T e n ~ ~ e s s e e . H c K e n n a ' S p r ~ n g f i e l d : and three sons. ~ i l l i a m H a r r i s piecework checker S. k. E. ~ L c k i .Springfield: F r e d Obera t Memphis. h a s iieen t r a n s f e r r e d t o heck, Springfield, a n d C h a r l e s S t u c k i Yale, Tennessee. Orlando. F l a . L. E. Reddick, boiler g a n g f o r e m a n a t Snrlnafield w e s t s h o p , h a s been a p a s s i s t a n t boiler f o r e m a n .

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T h i s g a n g unloaded poles f r o m H a r d y to J o n e s b o r o , A u g u s t 18 a n d 19. P -. r r vClalhoiln is a n r o u d Dana. ~ It - .a . . i s a . twelve-pound girl: F o r e m a n Mi. F. D o n a h u e resumed c h a r g e of t h e g a n g S e p t e m b e r 1. a f t e r s n e n d i n a his s i x t. d a. s vacation v y in H-ot ~ p t 3 n a s A r k . S t r a w BOA F. K. w o r t h y s p e n t twc, w e e k s w i t h home f o l k in JIisslssippr. Geo. T r a s k , g r o u n d m a n , took a w e e k off to s e e t h e s i g h t s of t h e St. L o u i s Exposition t h e first of t h e m o n t h . T h i s g a n g celebrated L a b o r D a y a t their respective homes a n d returned t o w o r k in g o o d spirits. Groundman E d Bartlett w a s transf e r r e d f r o m Woodall's g a n g t o t h i s g a n a t h e first w e e k In September. Thls g a n g is still w o r k i n g in t h e rocks and all the men a r e endurinz t h e h o t w e a t h e r nicely. JAneman F r a n k Schill finished his r a d i o s e t w h i c h i s a five-tube n e u t r o dyne a n d is g e t t i n g ready to t u n e in

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t o d a t e we h a v e received no c a r d from llinl. Will give you a r e p o r t of his win later. T h e r e is n o t h i n r of snerial interest. .-- . -. .-. . .~ . to r e p o r t - r e l a t i v e to the tribe in o u r office, w h o a r e "wearing t h e greens." Can it be possible t h a t the St. Louis P e n n a n t race is of more i m ~ o r t a n c e a t the present movement t h a n g o l f ? T h i n g s a r e not a l w a y s w h a t they seem a n d those, who t h o u g h t they detected a n a r o m a of "Four Roses" floating up from o u r basement were certainly disappointed to find t h a t i t w a s o n l y a new varnish t h a t Bruce w a s t r y i n g o u t on his radio case.

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C. B. CATCHWG. R e p o r t e r Everybody i s too busy to have much n e w s t h i s month. T h e 1927 budget h a s k e p t a l l t h e men on t h e go. B. H. Crosland, f o r m e r d r a f t s m a n . h a s been t r a n s f e r r e d to t h e K a n s a s C i t y T e r m i n a l a s roadmaster. W e a r e a l l pleased t o see Bennie g e t t h e promotion, b u t h a t e t o lose hlm o u t of tlle office. T h e verv best wishes of tllt! bovs rro with him. - . - * . ...- ..-~ G. L. R e m m e r s h a s been promoted to Mr. Crosland's former position which of course h a s created an onen-' - - - ---. i n a all down the line. H. W. Smith is no& looking a f t e r the K a n s a s City roundhouse improvements. T h i s improvement is q u i t e expensive s o is t a k i n- a u i t e a - - . r . lot of .time UD there. T h e - r e l a y i n g of the K a n s a s City sub-division with new 100-pound rail is progressing. P a t t e r s o n ~ n his g a n g d a r e s t i l l s t a y i n g o u t in t h e woods." they a r e nt Olathe now, a n d a r e m a k i n g good progress w i t h t h e r e - r u n n i n g of curves a n d t a n g e n t s p r e p a r a t o r y to t h e r e - l a y i n g of t h e new rail. Chairman J. R. K u h n resigned the first of September to r e t u r n to school. I v a n Cassil of Mountain Grove Mo. h a s been added t o t h e force a s c'hainl man. H e is a n o t h e r one of t h e boys f r o m t h a t section of t h e country. Our s t e n o g r a p h e r N i s s Richardson, will leave in a s h o ~ +w h i l e f o r a brief vacation. E a r l Shumaker, f o r m e r maintenance clerk, i s w o r k i n g in t h e superintendent's office a s 6 9 1 clerk. Reed D a r l i n g is w o r k i n g a portion of h i s time a s maintenance clerk in t h e engineer's office a n d p a r t in ' t h e s u ~ e r i n t e n d e n t ' soffice. spent R o b e r t N. Nash chainman, Labor D a y w i t h i i s relatives in St. Louis. T h i s section of t h e country, t h a t is in t h i s vicinity, has been hit by h a r d rains, b u t tlle company did n o t suffer a n y wash-outs. T h e S a n t a F e , Missouri Pacific a n d Rock Island had quite a lot of t r a c k under water. T h e n o r t h e r n division h a s been r . a k i n g good progress w i t h t h e raillaying.

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WALLER R. HECK, R e p o r t e r D. J. Spencer, pusher engineer a n d wife. a r e a m o n g several from F t . Scott who a r e p l a n n i n a on seeing t h e world series games. Mr. Spencer h a s t r a n s portation to St. Louis Philadelphia a n d New P o r k a n d i n t G d s to see a l l of t h e Kames if possible. bumped C. J. Ball e n g i n e e r h a s Robt. ; \ l c ~ o & e l l on t i e Afton local. E n g i n e e r Ball's r u n w a s pulled off recently. Robt. hIcDowell has bumped e n g i n e e r Oughton on the Baxter S r ~ r i n g sswitcher. J o h n J. Kelly, s h e e t m e t a l w o r k e r has just r e t u r n e d from a ten-day v a cation t r i p to N e b r a s k a a n d T o ~ e l t a Kansas. H e a t t e n d e d t h e S t a t e F a i r a i Lincoln. Nebr., a n d also a t Topeka. Roy W h i t e a n d Benny Stoner have also r e t u r n e d from a fifteen-day tril, to Omaha. N e b r a s k a a n d South D a kota. Tom Holland, road foreman of

equipment i s a t t e n d i n g a fuel convention in Chicago a t t h e present time. J u s t received a c a r d from Tom a n d he s t a t e d t h a t t h e w e a t h e r w a s l i k e e v e r y t h i n g else in Chicago-very "wet." W L. F o w l e r a n d bride have just : r e t u r n e d f r o m a trip t h r o u g h the east. Sam Bowman, pensioned engincer w a s a visitor a t t h e roundhouse t h e o t h e r d a y looking over the recent improvements. Although Mr. Bowman is not actively employed he keeps in touch with the Frisco, and watches it progress. Erl BIarner a n d W a r d Goodrich. nens i o x a e i i g i n e e r s w e r e - v i s i t o r s a t - the "Accident Prevention Meeting" held by Mr. Bevans in F t . Scott this, month. "Bob" W a t s o n a n d "Bill" Decker were in F o r t Scott assistinrr in the o v e r h a u l i n g of o u r Brown Hoist. I t is being glven a g e n e r a l overhauling a n d will bc o u t of service a b o u t t h r e e weelis. Geo. P. J o h n s o n is d r l v i n g a new car. George s t a t e s t h i s is h i s Arnt c a r a n d on his first drive into t h e c o u n t r y he had t h e misfortune to r n n into a slipnery place in t h e road a n d g o t t h e back w h e e l s In a ditch. H e w a s a s sisted by o t h e r motorists a n d g o t o u t without much trouble a n d proceeded on w i t h o u t a n y f u r t h e r mishaps. Nrs. J o h n s o n s a y s s h e i s a o l n g to s t a y a t home u n t i l G e o r. e g e t s a l i t t l e more z . esnerience. H u g h W h i t e is back a t F t . Scott a s flrst class machinist. He w a s transferred from BIemphis, w h e r e he w e n t a f t e r completing hls a ~ p r e n t i c e s h i r )a t t h e w e s t shop. Robt. Bradley, machinist, is t a k l n g a 60-day leave on account of ill health.

M A S T E R MECHANIC'S O F F I C E K A N S A S C I T Y , MO.

H. F. SHIVERS, R e p o r t e r 3Iisses Eleanor Forster, Dorothy

Johnson a n d Agnes Lynch s p e n t Labor D a y in Xemphis. L. J. Leigh i s t h i n k i n g of g o i n g into t h e automobile business now since he h a s acquired so m u c h experience in o v e r h a u l i n g his Oakland six. H. L. Johnson has g o t him a n o t h e r F o r d t h a t has t h r e e speeds: start. shudder and f a l l a p a r t . Roundhouse clerk Lewnllen h a s r e newed his lease on life since his wife came back f r o m Hugo. J. B. Gilliam, general foreman c a r department, traded his Tfrillys-Knight f o r a Hupmobile a n d while on his v a cation the l a t t e r p a r t of September w e n t to Detroit a n d drove his new c a r back a n d incidentally b r o u g h t back with him. the new Mrs. Gilliam. T h a n k s f o r t h e c i g a r s a n d candy. JIay all your d a y s be crowded full of happiness a n d prosperity. L. J. Leigh, a s s i s t a n t g e n e r a l foreman c a r department, i s w o r k i n g from e a r l y till l a t e these d a y s e n d e a v o r i n s t o complete his new domicile he is e r e c t i n a in t h e Rosedale section. T h e Business a n d Professional Women's Club of K a n s a s City i s in foy a v e r y busy season t h i s w m t e r j u d g ~ n r r f r o m t h e a m o u n t of mail being received by BIiss Eleanor F o r s t e r . R. E. Willer h a s been busv lalelv d u s t i n g off his radio preparatory to the opening of t h e radio season. The condition o f Chester Gandy c a r oiler a t Rosedale, who has been 'confined to t h e hospital for sometime, continues to s h o w improvement a n d from all indications he will be up a n d around before v e r y long. Neil S. Hendricks who h a s been employed a s c a r clerk a t Rosedale for sometime, h a s l e f t our service to enter P r a t t University a t Brooklyn, N. Y., to t a k e up t h e s t u d y of chemical engineering. F r e d T. Williams succeeds H e n d r i c k s a s clerk a t Rosedale.

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I R E N E 3IORRISON. R e p o r t e r Some people a r c born w i t h black e y e s w h i l e o t h e r s a c q u i r e them. H o w ever, w h e n SWye w a s a s k e d "hon. come," s a i d Ilc w o k e u p w i t h it." B e licve i t o r not! Geo. S t o r y a n d Bill DeVeney a g a i n proved t h e m s e l v e s cliaml)eens in t h e S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n golf g a m e with J o e W i l t s h i r e a n d J o h n Sachen. T h i s we c a n n o t s a v v y u n l e s s i t be t h a t J o c a n d J o h n h a v e n o t y e t reached t h e r l p e old a g e s o e s s e n t i a l In t h e a r t of p l a y i n g golf. H o w e v e r , w e a r e a n s i ously l o o k i n g f o r w a r d to t h e b i g aarnc. b e t w e e n W. L. CoIeman a n d o u r f r i e n d George L i g h t w h e f l t h e b e s t r e a l golf ~ > l ; ~ s e of t h e Fi-lsco wlll be d e t e r imined. W. L. Coleman a n d P e t e R o s e a r e t h e first in t h e oflice to d o n f a l l hats. All t h e o t h e r s h a v e to b u y n e w ones. S t e v e b r o k e t h e record t h i s y e a r c o m i n g d o w n to t h e office o n l y f o u r timcs d u r i n g his whole vacation. W e i n t e n d e d to p r e s e n t h i m w i t h a bouu u e t of g o l d e n rod uDon h i s r e t u r n . b u t evidently sonleone else b e a t us t o --. -- it W h c n Bill's g a r a g e i s flnished h e will be in t h e m a r k e t f o r a good c a r . H e h a s h a d s e v e r a l offers f r o m v a r i o u s friends b u t s a y s t h e c a r hc buvs m u s t c o m e equipped w i t h a n engine. Anybody help h i m o u t ?

October, 1926

Ilock. Ark., o n a c c o u n t of t h e i l l n e s s of h e r s i s t e r . h r . a n u a l r s . Gail R c c s e a n d family. sllerlt a f e w d a y s In K a n s a s Clty v i s i t l n g Jlr. Hease's f a t h e r . a n d mother. C l a r e n c e E h n i h a s beell o n t h e s i c k list ..--. E d w a r d H u n t e r a n d family have l e f t f o r a f i f t e e n - d a y vacation. I.'ranlt Junlcins, cllvision c h a i r m a n shol) c r a f t s a s s o c l a t i o r ~ s ,s p e n t a f e w d a y s i n t h e h o s y i t a l on a c c o u n t o f a n a t t a c k of a c u t e indigestion. Tliomas R e d m o n d second c l a s s boilc r m a k e r h a s l e f t flor t h e e a s t w h e r e h e eX1)ects to v i s i t Buffalo. N&V York City, Montreal, C a n a d a , C h i c a g o a n d h a s n v i l l e , Tenn. \Villlam Ma11se11 u n d e r w e n t a n ope r a t i o n f o r t h e r e m o v a l of h i s tons i l s recently. W a l t e r S h u l t e r t is s t a y i n a in W i c h i tn, K a n s a s , w h e r e h e is u n d e r g o i n g t r e a t m e n t s f o r s t o m a c h trouble. A u g u s t XIoline w h o w a s em]>loyed a t K a n s a s City shol)s h a s been r e t i r e d from service account rcaching the a g e limit, a n d w a s presented with a beaut i f u l w a t c h g i v e n b y t h e boys. a s a t o k e n of r e m e m b r a n c e . W e a l l w i s h h i m h e a l t h ?nd h a p ~ ~ i n e son h i s w e l l s earned vacation. John S t c i ~ n o l l e Baldy Jackson a n d C l n r k a r c h n p l , ~hnd p r o s p e r o u s a s t h e g r a p e s e a s o u i s over. Colfas Hoopes spent the l a s t week of S e p t e m b e r d o i n g j u r y d u t y . Mr. a n d Mrs. J o h n G r u e n i n g e r . s h e e t metal w o r k e r foreman, left for t h e w e s t w h e r e t h e y ~ 1 1 1s p e n d a v a c a tion. Martin Whelan spcnt a n eleven-da\ v a c a t i o n r e s t i n g a t home. T h e m a i n s u b j e c t t a l k e d of in t h e p.lacksmith s h o p i s h o w to g e t t h e m o s t j u l r e o u t of g r a p e s . H a r o l d Simmons. n e p h e w t o G e o r a e ICclwnrds, h a c k s h o p m e c h a n i c i s payi n g h i m a v i s i t In K a n s a s City. M r

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