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SOCIAL AMD PERSONAL HAPPENINGS
of INTEREST to WOMEN
MRS. P. D. HERNDON. Editor PHONE 167
Woman's Club House
Scene Of Large Party !
One of the outstanding parties of
the week was given by Mrs. Lyn
wood par ton and Mrs. H. M. Heav
?er at the Woman's Club house qn i
Floor basnets of white sprln"
blowers Were placed in the hall ;
howls of double white narcissi with)
Jacey fern and pink azaleas were
used in the lounge. On the mantle'
was tendrils of ivy with crystal can- <
-<deJabras holding lighted white ta- ?
Tables were appointed for refresh- 1
tnents on guests arrival each table
?held a white candle surrounded with
?violets. A sweet course with coffee
When covers were removed bridge
was played at. eight tables and rook
High score prize in bridge went to
Mrs. Packard Elliott, second high
to Mrs. C. T. Carpenter, Jr., low to
Miss Annie Laurie SUmmitt. In rook
?ligh score was carried off by Mrs.
E. T. Piott with low score going to
Mrs. Charles A. Goforth, Sr.
Out of town guests were Mrs. Pac
kard Elliott and Mrs. Ralph Elliott
of Shelby, and Mrs. Elmo Bridges of
Miss Plonk Given
A Wedding Breakfast
Miss Dorcas CarpeAter and Miss
Bobbie Simmons delightfully en
tertained at a wedding breakfast
Saturday morning at the New South
an honor of Miss Lenora Plonk whose
wedding to A. A. Lackey, jr., took
place in the Kirst Presoyierian chur
ch that night at 8 o'clock.
The table was graced with a
bowl of spring l.owers in pastel
tthades. Places were 'marked with
bridal place cards favors were cor
sages of miniature wedding bells.
The honoree's place was noted with
a corsage of gardenias. .
Covers were laid for Miss Plonk,
Miss Jean Falls and Mrs. A. A. Lac
key of Fallston, Miss Betty Lynch,
Miss Jean Webb, Miss Betty Hord,
Miss Mary Beth Hord, Miss prances
Payne, Miss Peggy Arthur, Miss
Kitty Falls ,Miss Jette Plonk, Mrs.
C. T. Carpenter, .Sr., Mr$. C, T. Car
penter, Jr., and the hostesse.
Miss Plonk was presented a mu
At this time Miss Plonk remem
bered her bridal attendants with
rhinestone bracelets and earrings.
A. R. P. Choir Enjoy
Dinner At Church
Mr. I. G. Patterson and Mr. N. F.
McGill were hosts to the members
of the Boyce Memorial church choir
Jast Tuesday night in the dining
room of the church.
One long table was used, the cen
terpiece was pink snapdragons and
?purple srtatlce, pink candles in crys
ita) holders completed the table dec
orations. Attractive handmade place
?cards marked the places for the 20
A delicious three course dinner was
prepared and served by the Frances
Oarrlson circle, under the direction
of Mrs. Ben Goforth.
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Mrs. E. C. Brandon, Jr.
Feted At Luncheon
Mrs. Carl Mayes entertained Tues
day morning honoring Mrs. E. C.
Brandon, Jr., Who leave* Thursday
for Asheboro, Ml&s Je'Anne Griffin,
bride-elect, and Mrs. Gordon Riley
who leaves soon 40 meke her home
In Greenville, S; C?. ?
Spring flowers were used through*
Out the lower floor. At the conclu
sion of playing Miss Je'Anne Grif
fin was presented high score prize,
Mrs. Carl Mauney, second high.
Mrs. E. C. Brandon, Jr., was pre
sented hand painted celery dish,
?Miss Je'Anne Griffin a brass plaque
and Mrs. Gordon Riley, a demitgsse
Guests were invited into rhe din
ing room where they found their
places tucked in miniature Easter
Bunnies, Joined to the centerpiece of
tall white candies with white flow
ing satin ribbhis, Four nosegays in
pastel colors completed the cetner
A delicious three course luncheon
was served to the following guests:
Mrs. Brandon, Miss Griffin, -Mrs.
Riley, Mrs. E. W. Griffin, Mrs. Carl
Mauney, Mrs. B. M. Biser, and Mrs. J
Mrs. Tolleson Hostess
Thursday Book Club
The hall and lounge of the Wo
man's Club Was made very festive
last Thursday afternoon when Mrs.
W. W." Tolleson entertained the
Thursday Afternoon Boo* Club and
the following visitors, Mrs. J. R. Da
vis and sister, Mrs. Pearl Adair, and
Mrs. B. S. Neil), ; . -
Mrs. J. C. Thomson, program chair
mai, gave a brief sketch of rhe life
of Arch bale Rut ledge. Mrs. W. H.
Stender gave a review of the book
"Home On The River," by Rutledge
and told of her visit to the Hampton
plantation from which the scenes of
the book were taken.
In the absence of the president,
Mrs. P. D. -Patrick presided over the
The hostess served a chicken sal
ad plate with accessories. A sweet
course was passed.
Miss Hay Hostess To
Tuesday Night Club
Miss Helen Hay entertained mem
bers of the Tuesday Night bridge
club at the Country Clu<? and usfd
the occasion to honor Miss Je'Anne
Griffin, April bride-elect.
Tables were appointed when
guests arrived and a chicken salad
plate with accessories was served.
The Easter motiff was carried out
in the sweet course.
Those playing other than club
members: Miss Griffin, Mrs. M. E.
Stanton, Mrs. Carol Barnes Mrs. Fred
McDaniel, and Miss Carolyn Mc
After four progressions tallies
were added and high score prize gi
ven Mrs. W. L. Ramseur, low score
going to Miss Griffin.
The hostess presented Miss Grif
fin an honor gift.
The pMvate dining roonl where
the party was held was "gayly deco
rated with various spring flowers.
Parade Of Bargains
Friday ? Saturday ? Monday
ITEM Reg. Price Special
Table Radios .... . $22.56 $14.75
First Grade Tires ....... $15.95 $12.95
Seat Covers .... $18.95 $12.95
Ice Cream Freezers ... $12.95 $ 9.95
Electric Fans ........ $15.95 $12.50
Spark Plugs ... $ *75 $ .49
Lawn Mowers ......... $24.95 $19.95
Auto Batteries . . . . . . . $18.95 $12.95
Picnic fugs $ 5.95 $ 3.95
AND MANY OTHER BARGAINS
Everything For The Car
. Phone 62
Philathea Class Meets
With Mrs. J. E. Mauney
The Philathea class of the Grace
Methodist church met at the home
of their teacher, Mrs. J. E. Mauney
for their regular monthly meeting.
The program was presented by
Miss Jeraldine Cobb.
During tKc ?ocia) hour several
games were enjoyed. Sixteen mem
bers and three visitors, Miss Bernice
Harrison, Miss Lorraine Jonas, Mrs.
Clark Williams were present.
The hostess assisted by Mrs. Clarly
Williams, served delicious refresh
The Easter idea was carried out in
the decorations and refreshments.
Mrs. Carl Mayes
The Ehtre-Nous bridge olub met
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Carl
High score was won by Mrs. W. W.
Tolleson and consolation by Mrs.
A sweet course was served. The
home was vejry attractively arrang
ed with spring flowers.
For Janice Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Moore were
hosts Saturday afternoon at a pretty
birthday party at their home for
for their daughter, Janice, who was
celebrating her tenth birthday.
After games were enjoyed lor a
while refreshments were served to
the 25 guests. The hosts served sand
wiches, cake and cold drinks. A pink
and white birthday cake was served.
Festive little paper hats were giv
en the children as favors.
The children present were: Sarah
Mae, Rachel, Maxine and Kenneth
Hamrlck, Nancy and Thurman Vas
sey, Mary. Lou Wright, Sue, Morris,
Jessie Putnam, Betty and Douglas
Sparrow, Sadie, Shirley Seism, Ron
ald Lovelace, Robert Seism, Patsy
Brooke, Charles Seism, Jane and
Johnny Yarbrough, Linda and Jean
Janice received many nice and
useful k i f ts.
1 ** *- "??'? "*
Ace Of Clubs Meets
With Mrs. H. E. Lynch
Mrs. H. E. Lynch was hostess last
Thursday afternoon when members
of the Ace of Wubs.rnet to play.
Four tables were .in play in rooms
attractively arar ;ed with sprays of
Judas and pltr . blooms.
After the games Mrs. L. A. Kiser
was found to be winner of the high
score prize for guests and Mrs. J. M.
Cooper high, for club members. Mrs.
W. it Maundy, Jr., wat winner of
the second high score award.
Mrs. Lynch, assisted by Mrs. H.
C. Mayes, Mrs. J. M. Cooper, Mrs. C.
F. Mauney and Mrs. J. J: Mauney,
served a salad course with accessor,
ies. A sweet course was passed.
Ladies playing other than club*
members were: Mesdames O. P. Lew
is, H. S. Blackmer, Hugh Ormand, C.
D. Blanton, J. L. McGtll, P. E. Hen
dricks, H. C. Mayes, S. O. Davis, M.
L Harmon, Jr., L. A. Riser, H. B. Jack
son, and J. P. Mauney.
The first professor of agriculture
In the U. S. was Samuel L. Mitchell
of Columbia College in 1792.
Phones 167 & 283
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