Honor Roll, JoAnn, Third Grade

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-AMERICAN PLAN 1?AKINS THEIR CUE rcOM THE AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY AIRPLANE MANUFACTURERS MANUFACTURERS TODAY ARE USING THE ASSEMBLY LINE METHOD Of MASS PRODUCTION AND ARE TURNING OUT BOMBERS AT AN EVER INCREASING RATE. Afltt VlrffJttk tSMMney* Credit fel.' H rlet Thotnad, Grand honot- roil f&t ttri glnis Coarthey; man, Grand credit list 3rd Qrador, teacher, Mlsft Keene: Credit list—Jo Ann SrW Gibson. * •»" !th Grade—Irefl6 SfookleJiUrti Grade 5, teacher, Hif&l Schmidt: Honor roll—Donfta Staff Credit list—WiJma Grado 6: Credit son, Roma Grace Thbmas, Grand credit list for term: Grace Thomas, William ( Donna Mao Stedman. 7th Grade, teacher, j Gibson. Honor roll—Shirley ney, Martha Loulso Brase. Credit list—Betty Lou OttlVlUf ther Gelvm, Rita Mae Moriiufai Y 8th Grade: Loraine Hotne f &ttt Lucilln Thomas. " . Credit list: Betty Poy. ',« (Continued on page id)' •! American airplane manufacturers \ dustry to produce about four and a meeting the production schedule ha 'f million cars and trucks in 1940. Applied now for the first time to the manufacture of heavy bombers, assembly line production will be When this schedule was first announced, announced, it was called fantastic, but latest reports from the factories 60,000 planes this year that President President Roosevelt set for them. show that output is steadily going as the industry discovers new manufacturing short-cuts and puts them into quick operation to supply badly needed fighters and bombers the United Nations. Latest of the innovations to be tried out successfully is the moving assembly lino technique of production that enabled the automobile in- used more frequently as more new plants go into operation. One factory factory alone will soon bo able to turn out a bomber every two hours, and others report similar speed-ups. In 1938, without this new manufacturing manufacturing technique, one bomber was completed completed every 100 hours. Plant engineers who are familiar with the problems Involved, in the adaptation of the assembly line to bomber making, report that many difficulties had to be overcome be- fore the plan could be placed in operation. A bomber of this type is made up of over 100,000 different parts and is held together by some 600,000 rivets. Compared to this, automobile manufacture is a simple process, for the average car is composed composed of only 15,000 pieces. Movement of this particular -assembly -assembly line is slow and gradual, like the minute hand of a watrb. The line starts nt the front of the factory, factory, where big units from a parts plant are gathered together. These parts are lowered by a crane onto the moving line, and the plane Is built piece by piece as it travels through the plant. Amazing: results shown in improving the ... boosting vftalr G. T. .Lowthers, Conneaut Lake. Dick Kiskadden remained with his grandparents for an Indefinite stay. Our school closed last Wednesday. children celebrated with a hike tho woods south of town. A wiener roast and trimmings were enjoyed at the noon hour. Mrs. Clifford Corey, Harmonsburg, spent Sunday with her parents and here. Mrs. Etta Mushrush visited her daughter, Mrs. Janet Chriss and family, Ashtabula, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Suman and Greenville, were Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kiskadden. Luther'Phillips spent the past in Cambridge Springs where was painting a house. Mrs. Clara McElhaney, Cleveland, Mrs. Harry McElhaney and children, Meadville, were callers in Monday evening. Mrs. Wilda Mushrush, Stony Point, was a mid-week visitor with sister, Mrs. Etta Mushrush. Mrs. Eva Schuckert attended Home Day" at Dicksonburg 1 , Saturday and spent the week end her niece, Mrs. Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Talbot and daughter, Evelyn, were business visitors in Jefferson, Friday, and called on Neil Hatch at Cherry SHEAKLEYVIILE Memorial Program Carried Out at Cemetery Saturday Afternoon. Memorial Day exercises were held according to schedule Saturday afternoon at the cemetery. J. E. Graham donated tho use of his tent. program began with music by Stoncboro High'school band, by "America" sung by tho assemblage and accompanied by the Rev. J. Norman Holder of the Methodist Church gave the Invocation. Invocation. Miss Eleanor Palm recited Lincoln's Gettysburg Ad'&ress in a very pleasing manner. Ihis was followed by music. Lieut. McNulty of the U. S. Army . and Keystone Ordnance Works gave an address. Music by the band proceeded an address by Hon. George H. Rowley. Rowley. Flowers were distributed by the children in groups led by various citizens. The firing squad of tho Greenville American Legion Post fired a salute and Bugler .Frank Seiple played .taps. . .During the distribution of flowers .the band played- the "Star Spangled Banner." Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McCracken, Warren Warren Sheakley . and wife, Mrs. Sade Sheakley of Geneva, Mrs. Roy Fisher and children, Grove City, Mrs. Barkman, Houstontown, Mrs. Stella Landan, Mercer; Mr. VanNess, VanNess, Meadville; William DeArment, Rouseville; Wilson Beatty. and family. family. Otter Creek. ' / BRIEFS J. A. Gedeon spent the week end j in Cleveland. j Miss Louise Caldwell, a teacher at Linesville, is at home for-vacation.., for-vacation.., Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Thompson, Mrs. Elizabeth Chess, Miss Grace Thompson and Mrs. Electa Minnis attended the exercises at Stevenson Cemetery, Memorial Day. Mrs. Dick Palmer left Monday for her home in Detroit after a week's visit with relatives here. Mrs. Luella McKean is spendipg a few days at the home of her son, W. R. McKean, in, Greenville. Mrs. Flora DeArment of Rouseville, Rouseville, visited relatives here Saturday. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde DeArment and children of Warren, O.. and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kaufman and son, Harry, Grove City, visited Mrs. Alice Canon, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Keck and Mr. and Mrs. Sipe of Latrobe called at the Carl Limber home Saturday. Mrs. Barkman and son, Larry, of Houstontown, returned home Saturday Saturday with her husband after spending spending a few days at tho D. M. Caldwell Caldwell home. Mrs. Stella Landan of Mercer, was'the guest of Mrs. A. J. Scriven, Memorial Day. Jay Marstellar and Cassius Caldwell, Caldwell, of Sharon, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Caldwell, Friday. .Mr. and Mrs. Emil Loecii of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, were guests of Mrs. Electa Minnis Saturday and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McKenzie of Jamestown. ATLANTIC Epworth League Has Party in Home of Shirley Courtney; School Merit Lists. The Epworth League of the Methodist Methodist Church met at the home, of Shirley Courtney, Friday evening. The business meeting and devotionals devotionals were dispensed with and games were played. Lunch was served to the following: Rena and Leo Talbot, Talbot, Martha Coulter, Lorraine and Vera Lee Horne, Martha Kellogg, Jeane, Ruth and Rolland Thomas, Martha Duncan, Jeanne and Gordon Carrier, Ray, Robert and Wesley Sperry, Raymond Courtney, Neil Fausnaught, George Hanna, Wesley Phillis, Shirley and Wilma Courtney. Courtney. The honor roll and credit list for the six weeks' period is as follows: Grade 3, teacher, Mrs. James Laird: Honor roll—Ruth McEntire, A truly marvelous change ctrt be brought About in mherabl* digestive comphints, jinfJH- weight, weakness, loss of «pj|tt- f if e— by two important step*r- QStimulitethe How of the vital digestive juice* in the stomach . . . energize your body With RICH, RED BLOOD! 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Clipped from The Record-Argus03 Jun 1942, WedPage 3

The Record-Argus (Greenville, Pennsylvania)03 Jun 1942, WedPage 3
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