North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
Mr* P. D. Berndon, BdUor
Rebecca Long Circle
Meets With Mrs. Abbott
The Rebecca Long Circle of the
First Baptist Church met Monday
night with Mrs. L. E. Abbott.
Thirteen members were present,
Mrs. Willlard Compton was wel
comed as a new member.
Mrs. Abbott, circle leader, open
ed the meeting with paryer and
presided during the routine busi
Mrs. W. W. Souther, program
leader for the month, gave the
devotional and was assisted by
Mrs. J. K. Willis In presenting a
very interesting program on
Mrs. Willis asked the circle to
hold their December meeting with
Alter the meeting a social peri
od was enjoyed, Mrs. Abbott serv
ed a dessert course with coffee
Mr. and Mrs. C. McConnell of
Charlotte spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. S. R. Davidson.
Miss Marie Lineberger
Hostess To Circle No. 5
Circle No. 5 of Central Metho
dist Church met Monday night
with Miss Marie Lineberger.
Mrs. Peele, chairman of the cir
cle, presided over the meeting.
The devotional period and pro
gram was conducted by Miss Lela
Clark and Miss Grace Davis. The
program was on, "Interpellation
Mrs. Grier McDanlel Invited the
circle to meet with her tor the
A social hour was enjoyed and
the hostess was assisted by Miss
es Jette Plonk and Janet Scog
FOR A YOUNGER, "UPLIFTED" LOOK
Helena Rubinstein's New
I Contour-Lift Treatment
A day and night beauty miracle
to tighten skin and firm contours.
Estrogenic Hormone Oil ? replen
ishes precious moisture to the un
der skin. Contour-Lift Film gives
you a 24-hour a day beauty lift.
Used together, they are working
partners for a younger, "uplifted"
I SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER -SAVE 250
UTKOCENIC HORMQNK OIL (2,50 TalueJ
with CONTOUR-LIFT FILM (rCg. 5.00)
Both lor only
PHONE 41 & 61
tT M E CITY'S MODERN STORE
You Would Expect
;ffP To Pay $59.50 For
This Mattress Or
THE PEERLESS QUEEN
MATTRESS & BOX SPRING
IS THE FINEST CHRISTMAS
GIFT ? PAYING OFF
THROUGH THE YEARS
IN BETTER HEALTH!
U 6 *s>.;v
IT IS YOURS TODAY FOR m
?i ? . js y ( yj -
Out standing Features
0 252. Tempered Steel Coils for
? The Famous Nachman Perm,,
form Border ? No Sagging
? Stitched Sisal Pads' Over Buit.
Spring Covering . You
Cannot Feel the Coils
? Layl Upon L.iyer of .S?.ft ? ?
? Ventilated Prebuilt Border
? Convenient Reinforced Handk$'
? Bcauiiuil T.(p<v! Kdges
? Your- Choice Hose. Blue.
Turquoise; Chai iieusi- Bt :go
? Fully W. i united A iiujs' Defect
of Mli'i :al ..nd Workm.in.diu>
Ask About Our Convenient LAYAWAY Plan!
- Compare Our Prices Before You Buy Anything For The Home
PHONE 59 1
gin In serving refreshment* to
the fifteen members and three,
The meeting was closed with
the group praying the Lord's
Mrs. Neill Entertains
Magnolia Garden Club
The November meeting of the
Magnolia Garden Club was held
Friday afternoon with Mrs. David
Mrs. D. F. Hord, Jr. gave an
interesting program on Garden
Thanksgiving fruit arrange
ments were made by Mrs. Bill
Page and Mrs. Jimmie Spivey.
Mrs. Neill used chrysanthe
mums, nandlna and pyracantha
berries for her room decorations.
At the close of the meeting re
freshments of orange date cake
topped with whipped cream was
served with coffee and cheese
Macedonia WMS Met With
Mrs. O. T. Gunnells
The' WMS of Macedonia Bap
tist Church met in. the home of
Mrs. O. T. Gunnells Monday with
ten members present.
Mrs. Carl Herndon opened the
meeting with prayer. Miss "Dut
ch" Cloninger conducted the de
During the business session
several items 'of business were
discussed, minutes of the previous
meeting were read. Those taking
part on the program were Mrs.
Joyce Hayes, Mrs. James Bolln,
Mrs. Bud Falls, Miss Peggy Gun
nells, Mrs. Ruby Stroup, Mrs. J.
E. Dover and Mrs. Carl Herndon.
At the close of the meeting de
licious refreshments were served
by the hostess.
In 19-10. North Carolina was
exceeded by 42 states in the pro
portion of college trained people
among rural-farm populations.
A jelly-like material .at the base
of pcach ? trees indicates borers
are present; the trees should ho
treated in October.
Mrs. J. A. Fisher Fetes
Methodist Circle No. 6
On Monday night* Mrs. J. A.
Fisher was hostess to Circle No.
6, Central Methodist Church, at
her home. Large yellow chrysan-.
themums were used as decoration
in. the living room, where nine
were present, including two visi
tors, Mrs. C. A. Butterworth and
The meeting opened with devo
tlona'ls by Mrs. Mildred Wright,
*\nd the program. "Proclaim tl?e
Good News" was presented in a
most interesting manner by Mrs.
C. A. Butterworth. In conclusion
Mrs. W. L. Thornburg read a call
to prayer. .-.u
in the absence of the circle
chairman. Mrs. Y. F. Thronburg,
who has just returned home from
the hospital, the co-chairman,
Mrs. .T. W. Grayson, presided
over the business session. Mem
bers were urged by Mrs. Butter
worth to attend the general meet
ing, of the WSCS. Minutes of the
last meeting were read by Mrs.
Baxter Payseur, and dues collect
ed by Mrs. C. J. Gault, Jr. It was
decided that the members would
bring a gift for a needy family
to fill a basket at the December
meetingi which is to be held at
the home of Mrs. Y. F. Throne
burg, also inexpensive gifts to be
exchanged among themselves.
The hostess served open faced
sandwiches of cream cheese and
olives, home-made coconut cake,
Methodist Youth Revival
To Be Held In Gastonia
A Youth Revival, sponsored by
the Gastonia Sub-District of the
Methodist Youth Fellowship, will
be held at Myrtle Methodist
Church, Gastonia, N. C., begin
ning Cunday night (Nov. 16) and
running through Thursday night
(Nov. 20) each evening at 7:30 p.
m. There will be a different pas
tor delivering the service each
evening, also special music. Rev.
Phil Shore, of Central, Kings
Mountain, will preach on Tuesday
evening, and the MYF here will
provide special music.
On Thursday night, a short bus
iness session will be held before
the service, with roll call. A year's
subscription to "Concern" will be
given the group with the largest
attendance based on enrollment
in their church.
Visitors are welcome.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Thursday, No*' 13
3:15 p m. Brownie Scouts
Friday. Nov. 14
7 :00 p. m. Senior Illgh Fellowship Foot
hall Banquet. '
Sunday. Nov. 16
9 -15 a' m. '"Sunday School. Mr. Harry
11:00 a m Moralng Worship Sermon
Topic: ' 'Satan'1.
5:30 p m. Pioneer Fellowship
8::i0 p. m Senior Hlsh Fellowship
? 7:30 p. m Evening Worship ' The Holy
Spirit and Toklay".
Monday. Nov 17
3:30 p m. Cub Scouts.
7:30 p. m. Boy Scouts
7:30 p. m Women of the Church
Tuesday. Nov. 18
3:30 p m. Ctrl Scouti.
Wednesday. Nov. 19
7:30 p. m. Choir Practice.
DIXON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday. Nov 16
3:00 p. m Sunday School. Mr J C Dar
3:45 p m. Church Service.
Tuesday, Nov. 18
8 00 p m. Presbyterian Youth Fellowship.
CARD or THANKS
We wish to thank the many
friends for the kindesses exten
ded to us since the recent loss of
our home by fire.
MR AND MRS. BILL OARRIGAN
BOILING SPRINGS? Official*
of the Piedmont Council, Boy
Scouts of America, announced to
day that William A. Murphy,
Agent in Charge, Carolines Dis
trict of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation, will be the princi
pal speaker at the banquet meet
ing of the annual Scouter-Cubber
"Round-UP" to be held at Gard
ner-Webb College on Tuesday, No
vember 18. Mr. Murphy will speak
on the importance of character
training in crime prevention.
The Scouter-Cubber "Round
Up" will bring together several
hundred or more leaders and wor
kers in the program of the Boy
Scouts 'of America -from the
Counties of Alexander, Burke,
Caldwell, Catawba, Cleveland,
Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, McDo
well, Polk and Rutherford. Assem
bly will be at the auditorium of
the College at four o'clock. Fol
lowing an orientation period each
County District will hold a group
meeting to jliscuss the program
in the District and to adopt goals
for 1953 in the Three Year Pro
gram of the Boy Scouts of Ameri
ca. Following the County meet
ings, group dlscusslQnal meetings
will be held for Scoutmasters,
Commissioners, and operating
Committees. An open forum meet
ing of the Executive Board of the
Council will be held and the busi
ness of the Council transacted.
The banquet meeting of the
"Round-Up" will be held in the
dining room of the O. Max Gard
ner Memorial Building at 7: 15 o'
FOR Saiy. CLEANING
? fORClD WARM AIK
? AUTOMATIC THERMO
STATIC HCAT CONTROL
Front Perforoted Coiing Ponel
which olio "t radiant h?xil to past
ovt ond give direct warmth to
the little tots at ploy.
B?for? you buy / ' O L.K
i i i 1 Mnr?im7
Battleground Ave. Phone 46
By Mrs* Cannie Gordon
106 Carpenter Street
Mrs. Mary Jane Pressly left
last Thursday for Qulncy, Fla. to
be at the bed side of her sister
who is quite ill.
The Junior Usher Board of St
Paul Methodist Church met last
Thursday night at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Ellis. Mrs.
Lottie Means, president, was in
charge. Business items were dis
cussed. Six members were pre
sent. Virginia Ellis, hostess, serv
ed ice cream and pineapple cake.
The Mt. Olive Baptist Church
invited you to the services Sun
day, Nov. 16 at 3 p. m. Rev. John
Gaston will be in charge of the
services. The congregations of
Shoal Creek and Ellis Chapel of
clock at which time Mr. Murphy
will make the address and offi
cers of the Piedmont Council for
the Coming year will be elected.
Nelson Jackson of Tryon, Presi
dent of the Council, wlll preside.
Shelby will take part in the ser
vices. This program is sponsored
by the Missionary Circle.
Friday night, November 14, at
7:30, everyone is cordially invited
to Mt. Olive Baptist Church to a
program to be sponsored by the
Mrs. Mamtnie Quinn is improv
ing nicely after a two weeks ill
ness at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Eunice Hickman on Carpen
Mrs. Ida Alexander is ill at her
home on East Ridge St.
Mrs. Llllle Key died Monday
morning at her home in Bessemer
City. Funeral arrangements are
Incomplete at this writing.
Mrs. Garvin and family wishes
to thank everyone for the many
kindnesses you have paid them
during her illness.
Crossbreeding swine work at N.
C. State College .ias produced
hogs with pork chops 30 per cent
larger than the average.
The amount of energy fixed an
nually in the sugar manufactured
by plants is equivalent to 300 bil
lion tons of coal.
For year* Archdale white
shirts have been a favorite
with men who want the most
for their money. Smartly
tailored from the very finest
Smooth fitting collars
thot give long wearing
comfort. You can't
find a better shirt
value anywhere. All
sizes and sleeve
fo^iKcvk Cck>? Oti^ol)cu^
Good looking sheen gabardine sleeveless slipover with
knit back. 2 smart inset pockets . . . ideol team-mate
for sportswear and dress. Full crsaw resisvont. Avail
able in a variety of solid colors. Alto kowndstooth
checks, pin-wale corduroy end d?*i|tl tweed.
S. M, L.
Corduroy . . . soft . . . lustrous gft, J| Ap
. .. smartly tailored in a mag- Ml H *1
nificent finish ? matching 2 ? Mm
button adjustable cuffs, 2 flop JL^L
pockets. It's Arehdele for tk?
casual eUfence tkat men look *
for, AveiWble in ? beautiful
aiioitsuM of glowing colon. S, M, ML, L.