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KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD, KINGS, MOUNTAIN. N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Siak.,
P.O. B<w 189, announce the Jiirth
of a daughter, Thursday, July 28,
Kings Mountain hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Phillips,
Box 2, Grover, announce the
birth of a daughter, Thursday,
July 28, Kings Mountain hospi
Mr. and Mrs. Guy D. Parker,
611 Landing St., announce the |
Wrth of a son, Thursday, July 28,'
Kings Mountain hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Love
lace. Route 2, Box 337, announce
the birth of a daughter, FYiday,
July 29, Kings Mountain hospi
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Campbell,
1327 Shelby Roa<L announce the
birth of a daughlOT; TSurida^y, July
31, Kings Mountain hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. With-
ei-s, 1311 Woods St., Gastonia,
announce the birth of a son,
Wednesday, August 3, King^
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Floyd,
Route 1, Box 210 announce the
birth lof a daughter Wednesday,
August 3, Kirit^s Mountain hos
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mar
lowe, 501 Sherman St., Gastonia,
announce the birth of a son
Tuesday, August 2, Kings Moun
Mr. and Mrs. 'Billie S. Ross.
Route 2, Box 8A Bessemer City,
announce the birth of a daughter
Monday, August 1, Kings Moun
Mr. and Mrs George J. Wylie,
l+’s A Girl
For Ken Steffys
A 2C and Mrs. Kenneth Steffy
of Port O’Connor. Texas, an
nounce the arrival of their first
child, a daughter, Casandra Ka
ren. Tuesday, August 2.
Kings Mountain grandparents
are Mr. and Mi-s. Gene Steffy.
The baby’s mother is the former
Linda Raygar of Denver Colo.
Route 1. Box 136, Blacksburg, S.
C., announce the birth of a son
Tuesday, August 2, Kings Moun
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Grigg, Jr.
and family came from Raleigh
for a weekend visit with Mrs.
Grigg’s parents, Mr. 'and !Mrs.
George Moss, and Mr. Grigg’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G.
Grigg. Mi&s Sara Nell Moss, sis
ter of Mrs. Grigg, Jr., returned
to Raleigh with them for a visit.
Mrs Warren Parrish and Mrs.
Eugene Griffin, both of Rock
Hill, S. C., spent Wednesday
with their sister, Mrs. Conrad
Hughes. -Mrs. Hughes returned
ho.me with them for a visit.
can be in
Your Future Can Be Now
Too, too many people, with growing families and cramped for
space, feel they just cannot afford a new home. Many continue to
pay rent when the rental payments would be sufficient to put
them into the more spacious and comfortable homes they need
and dream of.
They are not aware of the liberal mortgage loan anangements
here at Kings Mountain Savings & Loan Association. We have
many term arrangements designed to meet the nee^ of almost all.
Ask us. We wager you'll be surprised.
Kings Mountain Savings & Loan
Ben E Bridges. Seaetaiy-Treasnrer
Invitations reading as follows
have been issued in Kings Moun
, Mr. and Mrs.
Gk^n R. Rountree
request the honor
of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. James Richard Reid
the tiventieth of August
One thousand nine hutulred
at five o’clock
Shiloh Preshytei'ian Church
Grover^ North Carolina
and afterwards at the reception
Church Fellowship Hull
Thursday, August 4, 1966
Daily lO'Vt To 11:30 arm,
3 to ^ p.\ and y to s p.m.
Mrs. John B. Anderson
Mr. Vance C. Bowen
Mrs. O. B. Boyce
Mrs. S. A. Crisp, Miss Mar-
, -.Cri^_and..Mrs,_J, _^am:,
j bright entertained together Tues-
, day at a 1 pm. luncheon paying
compliment to Miss Jacquitha
: Rountree, bride-elect.
Miss Rountree and James
! Richard Reid of Kings Mountain
I will be imarried August 20th in
: Grover’s Shiloh Presbyterian
A color note of yellow and
white was carried out in decora-
, tions. Gi'oests found their places
I at one long table and two small
j taMes ,in the Crisp home at Gro-
I ver. Tables were overlaid with
; white cloths and held center-
I pieces of yllow garden flowers.
: The bride-elect’s place was mark-
I ed by a white carnation shoulder
I The hostesses also presented
I Miss Rountree a silver tray.
I Guests jncluded Miss Roun-
j tree, her "mother, Mrs. G. R.
Rountree; Mrs. Stewart White,
Mrs. David Harry, Miss Peggy
Harry, Mrs. Charles Harry, III,
Mrs, James Harry, Mrs. P. A.
Francis, Mrs. James Rollins,
AT FORT GORDON — Pvt.
Donald W. Morgan, 22, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. Mor
gan, Route 1, Box 463, Kings
eight weeks'of military' police
training at the Army Training
Center, Fort Gordon. Ga., July
22. Pvt. Morgan's instruction
included training in civil and
military law, - traffic, map
reading, prisoner of war con
trol and self-defense. (U. S.
Mrs. Haywood D. BuHSck
Mrs. Victoria C. Bullock
Gary L. Burris
Mrs. James C. Byers
Mr. Forest E. Champion
Mrs. Winnie M. Chaney
Mrs. Florence M. Conner
Mrs. Floyd Dover
Mrs. Lela G. Gunnells
' Mrs. Ben House
Mr. Wiliam F. Houser
Mr. Albert B. Jones
Mrs. Cora' L. Jones
Mrs. Robert C. Lovelace
Mr. Jolin H.. Mabry
Mr. Grady Meeks
• Mrs; Marcus Mooney
.Mrs. Bubba Rountree, all of G-i'o-
ver; Mrs. VV. B. Harry, Miss
Louise Harry, .Mr.‘» James Lutz
and Miss Mary Mitchell, all of
Mr. Glenn Ray McAbee
Mr. Enslow McClain
Mrs. Caroline C. Parker
Miss Edith Mae Plonk
Mrs. Rufus P. Poag
Miss Nancy S. Servis
Mrs. Fred Spencer
Mr. Horace Styers
Miss Lillian T. Thomason
Mrs. Ronnie B. Towery
Mrs. Charles P. Weir
Mrs. Lillian H. Wright
Loren A. Ziech
Mr. and' Mrs. Jack Hughes,
Mark and Beth, visitcxl Wednes
day in Newberry, S C. with Mi's.
Hughes’ sister, Mrs. Ray Holmes
and Mr. Holmes. Mrs. Holmes i.s
the former Ray Humphries of
Dick Dixon of Harrisburg „is
visiting is grandparents, Mr. and
.Mrs. Jack Pinkclton* in Grover
-Mr. James W. O’Farrell, 210 E.
King St. .
Mr. Lester H. Bullock, 407 Gil.
Mrs. Joseph Freeman, 5260
Rev. George W. Julian, P, O.
Mrs. Rufus V. Stowe, Route L
Box 44 J
By LOUISE CHASE
Women's Medical News SexviCfi
; LEAD TO ACCIDENTS
» Mrs. Joseph Campbell,
Wanda N. Bell, Route 3
Mr. William C. Bolin, 211 Lac-
-Mr. Bun E. Goforth, 1110 Shel
Mrs. Wllie Graham, Davidson
BOSTON, Ma-ss. (WMNS) — , ^ . .
Accidents make up the foremost from Dr. William Chew,
pediatric disease in the country, otolaryngologist of the Leesburg
taking more children’s lives eachHospital. Dr. Chew
than the next three chief ^ recent report
--- that hoarseness may be due to
WATCH THAT FROG
IN THE THROAT!
LEESBURG,- Fla. (WMNS) —' - v-,.
Anyone who has been hoarse for! Stieet, Bessemer City, N. C.
two or liree weeks would be! Wayne Murray, 506 East
wise to see a doctor. This advice; ^^bnyslvania Ave.
from Dr. William Chew,' _ Jtirnes R. Patterson, Route
child-killers combined — cancer,
birth defects, and pneumonia.
many causes — to a cold, laryn
gitis, vocal abuse, an in.iury. But
it may also be caused by grow-
,In an effort to reduce the ap- . „ .
polling accident toll, a team of ths of various kinds. The sooner
sicians, psychologists, and the cause of the hoargjeness is
social workers at the Children’s
Hospital Medical Center here
made a detailed study of pre
ascertained and treated, the
greater the chance that the out
come will be successful. Don’t
maae a aetaited study ot pre- come win ne successtul. Don’t Mrs T
school children admitted forjrieglect the frog in the throat. *■—gox 210 ' ’—ir^i'-Kotite 1,
treatment of accidental injury.
They found that accidents
don't ‘just happen.’ They are
triggered by stress and by fa
tigue. Most accidents to chil
dren, they found, occur between
three and six o’clock — when' Vacation Bible School is con-
mothers are rushing to meet the! tinning through Friday at Dixon
demands of children horhe from Pre.sbylerian church. Classes f ir
school, preparing dinner, getting all ages are being held from
baby ready for his bath, tidying 6:30 until 8:30 p.m.
-Mrs. Frank E. Reynolds, 322
Ave., Bessemer City,
^ Mr. Arthur E. Williams, Route
Mrs. Clyde C. Baity, 804 Fourth
Dennis Dover, 6 Lncoln
York, S. C.
Mrs. Gladys U. Herring, 302
Crescent Drive, Bessemer City, N.
Suggestions for avoiding acci -
dents, as ■Well as clear, simple; Sunday,
instructions ' on what to do-
Cominencement exercises will
be held at 9:30 a.m. services on
L. Jones, Route 2,
should accidents occur, are nowi for the school in-
available in an attractive, purse-i ' Piiirnary, .Mrs. Bill
sized booklet, “Accident Hand-1 Berry, Mrs.
book’’. Compiled by the staff of j
the medical center, and publish- ^indengarten, Mrs.
ed by Dell, the booklet can be'^Sth TL '‘p
aht fnr 25 cents at Wool- ^-n’veth Wells;
Mrs. Maggie P. Moten,
Greer St., Clover, S. C.
D Sherman Oakes, Route 2,
Frank W. Owens, 624 Rail
Box 136, Blacksburg, S. C.
REPORTS ON PILL
CHICAGO, Ill. (WMNS)—Does
Juniors: Miss Geraldine Hum
phries and Mrs. P. Q. Ham-
bright; Adults and youth, Philip
the pill work? Is it safe? The; direction of Miss Libby Alexan-
Committee on Human Reproduc-1 der, church pianist
tion of the American Medical 1
‘‘The effectiveness of the oral
contraceptives is virtually 1(X)
percent, certainly the highest of
..any method short of sterilization
or total abstinence.
“The chief side effects such as
spotting and breakthrough
bleeding, nausea and vomiting,
breast tenderness and weight
gain usually diminish with suc
cessive cycles and can be mini
mized by adjustment of dosage
or shift in products.” (Some
women, a minority of pill users,
may experience one or more of
tho.se side effects.)
“To date no increase in the
Association recently reported as
Carl Adams, Jr. Route 1
739B^' ^dams. Route 2 Box
-Mrs. William C. Bolin, 211
Mrs. Thurman Jenkins, 1230
Second St., Ext.
Mrs. John W; Marlow 501
Sherman St., Gastonia, N. C.
Mrs Knox Neely Box 173 Gro
ver, N. C.
E. Smith Route 2 Box
^ Mr. Augustine T. Waldrop Rt.
Spangler PO Box
^^7 Graver, N. C.
Mrs. Ronald S.’ Withers 1811
, Woods St., Gastonia, N. C.
Wiiiiarr, Room wr'i T , i Roborts, 209 Watterson
William Basil Wilson, Jr. has I St.
been promoted to Office Manager
Music for the school is under
of Southern Bell Telephone Co'm-
pany’ Commercial Department
in Gastonia, R B. Moore. South
ern Bell’s Managed announced
Wilson first began work with
the Telephone Company as a
frameman in the Greensboro
Plant Department in 1952. In
1963, he beoame Customer Ser-
iiic "w, lie iicuaiiiie v-usiomer aer-
incldence of malignant transfer-! v i c e Representative in the
mations (cancer) has been re
ported in those women who were
found to be free of pelvic cancer
prior to taking oral contracep
“The possible association of
blood clots with the use of oral
contraceptives has been review
ed by several committees,’' the
Committee said, adding that “no
connection has been found.”
, Women who have or have had
circulatory problems or varicose
veins should be watched care
fully by their physicians if they
are placed on the pill, as a pre
caution against blood clotting,
episodes. Women who have had
liver disease or dysfunction or
who have a history of breast or
genital cancer should not be giv-
'n oral contraceptives,
The committee noted that
“continuing studies of several
Greensboro Commercial Depart
ment. Prior to his promotion to
Gastonia Office Manager, he was
a Business Office Supei'visor in
the Greensboro Commercial De
The son of Mrs. W. B Wilson
of Greensboro and the late Mr.
Wilson, he graduated from New
Hanover High School, Wilming
ton, and Motts Business School,
Wilmington. Wilson served in
the Navy Reserves from 1947 -
1950. Re served in the U. S. Army
from 1950 -1962; and has served
from 1952 until the present time
in the U. S. Army Reserves.
WilsonUs married to the former
Mildred Fishel, of Greensboro.
They have three children:
William B III, Ann, and Jan.
They are members of the First
. groups of women have] Wilson is replacing John David-
been in progress for over 10 son who has ibeen named Ashe-
.vears and there is no evidence vllle Manager of Southern Bell
of long-term adverse effects.” 1 Telephone Company.
f (Serves 4)
% ci*P^safflower or com
" WorcesterSJlIre sauce
cup steak catsup
% teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon paprika
% cup grated onion
8% pound flank steak*
To inake marinade, com-
Dine all ingredients except
flank steak. Beat with a
whisk or shake well to
Dlend flavors. Trim excess
fat from meat. Pour mari
nade over meat and refrig
erate for several hours or
overnight. Remove meat
from marinade and broil to
degree of doneness.
' ^ minutes for rare.)
Other cuts of beef are
®®w called “London Broil.”
They are so marked in meat
case and can be used in this
recipe instead of flank