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Elizabeth Btewart, Editor
Sixth Grade Students
Enjoy Thursday Tour
Members of thfe sixth grade of
> Central school enjoyed an educa
tional tour to Raleigh and Chapel
Hill last Thursday.
Students were directed and ac
companied on the tour by Mrs.
Jacob Mauney, Mrs. Eugene Ro
berts, Mrs. T. C. McKete, Mrs. E.
S. Gosey, Mrs. Eugene Gibson,
and members of the sixth grade
faculty at the school.
For The Children
at the Box Office
THURS. LAST TIMES
with Ida Lupino
and Robert Ryan
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
with Dale Robertson
and Rory Calhoun
? AND ?
With Steve Brodie
and Stanley Clements
SUN. - MON. - TUES.
Color by Technicolor
with Jane Wyman
and Ray Milland
WED. - THURSDAY
"WAY of a
Color by Technicolor
with Rory Calhoun
. and Gene Tierney
The ONLY Drive-In
GASTON I A- KINGS MOUNTAIN MIOHWAY
Baptist Girl's Group
Held Meeting Tuesday
Members of the Girl's Auxiliary
or First Baptist church held their
regular meeting Tuesday after
noon at the church.
Group Christmas hymns open
ed the meeting, and Betty Sue
Klrby presented the devotional.
The group prayed in unison, 'The
Lord's Prayer". The watch- word
and allegiance was given.
Mrs. Howard Ware, group lead
er, presented a short program on
"The Lottie Moon Christmas Of
fering", and during the business
session presided over by Carolyn
Walker, president, members dis
cussed community missions for
December and Christmas party
activities of the group.
Mrs. Ware, the leader was hos
tess to thfe group and served light
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Friday - Saturday
December U and 12th
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? ALSO ?
with George Brent
and Marguerite Chapman
? ALSO ?
30 Minutes Of
Late Show Every
At 11:30 P. M.
Sun. - Mon. - Tuos.
December 13. 14 and ISth
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Friday - Saturday
LATE SHOW SAT.
Mon. - Tues.
Late News ? Cartoon
Wed. - Thurs.
G ft EATI R THAN EVER!
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WILL BE IN DEC, 21 at
Mrs. Fi,?d Hancock spent last
week in Lancaster, S. C., as guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Han
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Miss Marie Foster and Miss
Mary Ann Foster spent last week
end in Decatur, Ga., as guests of
ReV. and Mrs. Vance Daniel and
Mrs. W. R. Merritt and son,
Russ, of Roanoke, Va., have re
turned to their home there after
visiting Mrs. Merrltt's parents,
Rey. and Mrs. P. D. Patrick. Pat
Merritt, younger son of the Mer
rltt's, remained here with his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Mer
ritt will make their home In Roa
noke, Va., following Ueut. Mer
rltt's discharge from active ser
vice with the navy.
Miss Joyce Cashion has return
ed to Jacksonville, N. C. after
spending the Thanksgiving week
end here with her mother, Mrs.
Minnie Cashion, on Parker street.
She has been employed with the
Red Cross as secretary to the
Field Director at Camp LeJeune
for the past three years.
Mr. and Mrs. Rill Hughes and
son, Tony, leave Thursday (to;
day) for a visit with Mrs. Hugh
es' mother, Mrs. Josie Reames,
in Paris, Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs.
Hughes will return to their home
here after the Christmas holidays.
Jack Rhea, (USN), stationed
at Norfolk, Va., has returned to
his base at Norfolk after a week's
recuperation leave here with his
mother, Mrs. Grady Rhea. SN
Rhea sustained minor injuries in
a/collision near Norfolk, Va., last
week. He returned to his base
Miss Ollie Jo Turner
Feted At Party-Shower
Miss Ollie Jo Turner, bride
elect, was complimented at a lin
gerie party and shower Monday
evening by Miss Jeanelle Anthony
and Mrs. Garvis Ross when they
entertained for her at ae An
thony home in the Bethware com
munity, near Kings Mountain. '
Games were directed through
out the evening. Prizes were pre
sented to Miss Hazel Bolin and
Mrs. J. L. Ross, Jr.
After refreshment plates con
sisting of sandwiches, cookies,
salted nuts, mints, and cold
drinks were served, a shower of
gifts was presented to the hono
Gifts were opened and display
ed by the honort-e. The party list
numbered ten in addition to the
honoree and her mother.
Friday - Saturday
Big Double Feature
1st City Showing
? Plus ?
Serial ? Cartoon
Monday - Tuesday
First City Showing
Alex Nicol-Audrey Toiterj
Also Cartoon *
Wed. - Thurs.
Sunday School Topics
Heard At DAR Meeting
Mrs. E. W. Griffin entertained
members of the Colonel Frederick
Hambright chapter of the D. A.
R. at her home here lat Wednes
day Afternoon. The home was de
corated with arrangements of
greenery and seasonal material.
Ten members were present.
Mrs. J. E. Herndon, regent, call
ed the meeting to order and led
the regular D. A. R. ritual. Mn
H. T. Fulton, program leader for
the afternoon, Introduced Rev. P.
L. Shore, Jr., who spoke on "The
Sunday School ? the Key To To
' Superintendents of all Sunday
Schools of Kings Mountain
churches were invited to share in
Rev. Shore based his remark?
on an article by J. Edgar Hoover.
He brought out the rise of juve
nile delinquency as traced to the
failure of the Sunday School. He
pointed out that out of 8,000 de
linquent children, only 42 regu
larly attended Sunday School and
raised the question of why these
42 failed. Rev. Shore discussed the
two-fold responsibility of parents
in creating an atmosphere of
Christian living in the home and
in seeing that their children have
the opportunity to receive the
formal training of the Sunday
Two failures in our national
existence, Rev. Shore pointed out,
are the failure of the home and
the failure of Christian ideals to
overcome the materialistic stan
dards. Since the crime problem is
a youth problem, the Sunday
School offers essential moral and
religious training, he said. The
destiny of our nation is in the
hands of the young people, and
with the help of the Sunday
School, the nation and the world
will become better places, he con
Mrs. W. T. Weir gave interest
ing reports of national defense
news. Mrs. Herndon gave ex
cerpts from the President Gen
During the business session*
minutes were read and corrected.
The report of the Budget commit
tee was adopted. Mrs. Herndon
reported that eight Christmas
packages had ben mailed for sol
diers on the high seas. Mrs. Ja
mes Anthony reported that
Christmas gifts were being mail
ed to the veteran's hospitals.
The Chapter decided to give a
History Medal, donated by a
member, in each of the five sev
enth grade home rooms in the
city schools for the best history
scrapbook. A prize will be given
by Mrs. F. R. Summers for the
West thought on the Flag, in any
form, by any seventh grade stu
During the social hour, the hos
tess served a delicious salad plate
Bridge Trophy Award
To Be Presented Here
Mi;s. L. E. Abbott will receive
the silver trophy to be awarded
for the highest five percentages
during the New Partner Series of
duplicate bridge games which
ended with the monthly master
point game played on Thursday,
Mrs. Paul M. Neisler finished
in second place, and Mrs, W. L.
Ramseur was third.
No duplicate games are sche
duled during the remainder of
December. The next game to be
played will be the monthly mas
point game on Thursday, Jan
nary 7th, Mrs. C. E. Warlick an
nounced Wednesday. ;
Buffet Dinner Saturday
Held For Club Members
Members of Kings Mountain
Country Club enjoyed a Christ
mas buffet dinner at their regu
lar club-night meeting for Decem
ber last Saturday night at the
club on Shelby Road.
Hostesses for the dinner were
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neisler and
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. McGill. J. M.
Cooper won the club attendance
prize for the evening. Dancing,
following the dinner, was enjoy
A long table centered the club
dining hall, overlaid with a white
cloth, and flankted by lighted. tap
ers and draped from corner-ends
to table-floor by tinsel and cedar
with holly. |
Centerpiece on the table was a
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TODAY, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10
color by technicolor
with Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh
Color Cartoon? andStooge Comedy
FRI- SAT? DEC. 11-12 DOUBLE FEATURE
OPEN AT 11 O'CLOCK . "War Of The
"Smoky Canyon" Worlds"
with Charles Starrett in technicolor
2 Cartoons ? Serial with Gene Barry
and Ann Robinson
MONDAY and TUESDAY. Dec. 14-15
Rlcardo Montalhran ? Yvonne DeCarlo
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WED. - THURS^ DEC. 16- DOUBLE FEATURE
"The Green "Never Trust A
with Geraldlne Brooks with Dane Clark
and Gleen Ford CcrtOM -
See The Best For Leea ? Adm. 30c ? 9c
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snow-man carved from ice, and
other Christmas decorations were
used on buffets and at either end
of the table. Arrangements of
fruit, holly, and berries were us
ed in decoration throughout other
rooms of the club.
Graver Fights Back
After Losing Pair
Grover won a surprise double
header ovfer No. 3 last Friday
night, the girls 67-34 and the boys
78-59, after dropping their first
twin bill at Lattlmore December
1 when the girls lost 57-64 and
the boys 46-52.
Sue Keeter paced the Grover
girls against No. 3 with 34 points
and Thfeo Huffstetler had 10, Bet
[ty Watterson 9.
In the boys game, Tommy Kee
ter had 35 points, Donald
16 and Billy Wells 10 to pace the
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