OCR Interpretation

Greenbelt cooperator. (Greenbelt, Md.) 1937-1954, November 24, 1937, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of Maryland, College Park, MD

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn89061521/1937-11-24/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for Page Two

Page Two
Stork Makes First Stop Here
Greenbelt's youngest citizen, Sonya
Fulmer, born a month ago in Garfield
Hospital, Washington, D.C., is now in
her daddy's home here* We welcome you
to Greenbelt, Sonya.
(Continued from Page One)
Mr* Dunaway, station manager, wish
es to announce that it is his aim to
provide service.with the best of inde
pendent or chain owned stations and
will welcome all suggestions offered
toward improving the service.
The Consumer Services is now hard
at work on plans for a cooperative set
up for laundry, dry cleaning, and milk
delivery services, and is in every way
trying to keep pace with the growing
needs of Greenbelt's growing popula-V
Last week a leaflet was distributed
to every home pointing out the place
of the Consumer Services in the new
community* This will be followed from
time to time by others explaining in
more detail the aims and principles of
this organization end the part it is
expected to play in the .growth and de
velopment of Greenbelt*. H. L.
We've heard it said so often; "The
family selection committee and the in
vestigating staff of the, Farm Security
Administration have done such a beau
tiful jobV" Greenbelters know that it
would hot be easy to bring together
such a congenial, wide-awake community
of people, if selection had been merely
a haphazard undertaking. There is no
time left to say more. We wish you con
tinued success. We hope the neighbors
to come are as nice as the. ones we have.
Roy S. Braden, Community Manager,
visited New Orleans recently.
. • •
Greenbelt Cooperator
Tonight the residents of Greenbelt
will forsake their children, and homey
firesides, and dirty dishes, and inarch
en masse to the school auditorium to
attend the town’s first Thanksgiving
Dan Ce. The hours will be from nine un
til midnight, and the tickets are on
sale now from committee men.
Music will be furnished by Johnny
Graham and his orchestra, Greenbelt*s
foremost maestro. For those who feel
that they had rather play cards and
converse, tables and chairs and cards
will be provided*
The committee has been working on
arrangements and the sale of tickets,
and promises a good time for all who
attend. Receipts from the dance will !
be turned over to the Party Fund.
L...... - -.. , i
• • * ,* * *
In the Public Eye
’ Greenbelt is receiving national at
tention time and again f Notice the
; spread in Life magazine, November 15.
A week before, November .6, Literary Di
gest told the world what the "First Re
settlers" thought of their adopted town.
Feature articles will continue to appear
and all Greenbelters can help make the
facts clear when any camera man or re
porter comes a-knocking at the door,
Mrs, G. M. Brassor Recuperating
Quite ill and confined to her home
during the past ten days, Mrs. Grace
M. Brassor, mother of one child, is
reported on the road to recovery. Mr.
Brassor, employed with the Accounts
I Section of the Procurement Division,
■is now out of the*dish-washing" game
at home and, he thinks, that’s another
reason for satisfaction.
November 24, 193',

xml | txt