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KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD. KINGS MOUNTAIN. N. C.
Thursday, August 4, I9(
In Raleigb August 1^ , ^ O t !
RALEIGH — A tea at the Gov- i
ernor’s mansion, workshop and prJnflV iNllClht i
other sports activities will marki rnuayiNiyi j
A A ^ „ (the fourth annual Sub^Junior! Ten Bov Scouts from TYood 92
August bride-elect Jo Carol I Jamboree to be held In Raleigh, hiked to Maple Springs Friday '
^gmon of Gastonia was guest- August 16-17. TTie Sub-Juniors ni^ht for a cook-Put and camp-1
V spohsored by the North Caro- out Rev. Robert C Mann, pastor
af/nta* r fo«f;lina Fed^tion of Women's;of First Baptist ehatx*. and j
aunts. Miss Sigmon's wedding to Clubs. ^
Vernon Carson of Kings Moun
tain takes plaee August 28th.
Mrs. Ruby Queen, Mrs. L. .
Barker, Mrs. William L. Smith
^ and Miss Virginia Nivens enter,
tained at the Nivens home at
421 South street.
r 'Senior •
Raleigh Sub-Juniors will host Sparks led the hike.
Patrol Leader Chuck
yoktr;,' pSS'I Suppc- or nm<.r ..ew, cherry
^11 brinv th« r^ri^o? and hiseuits was served
will bring the principal address were mem
bers of the Fii^t Baptist chui’ch
troop coT.mitte, including the
Rev. Mann, Charles Alexander,
HtU'man Sparks and Warren Go-
phries, Adrian Beam, Johnny
Bumgardner David Collins, Mike
swimming, pajama parties, bura Herndon, Chuck Sparks and
sessions,- and a “Meet The Cati~Tate -^.eaders . directing.
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Other activities will include
on the subject ‘Teens — Keys
to the Future.”
Citizenship and character de-
S hS’s f?'. »'■» h^-nPhny Sr Cool., Stevo .Mo^rc. Frank Hum
light of decoration. Overlaid
'^wilh a cloth of Irish linen and
Jftce,.-the. table held a ^candela
brum of candles, daisy mums
and green fern as central deco
ration. Green punch was served
from one end of the table with
decorated cake squares topped
with valley lilies.
Mrs. Clyde Queen, Jr., served
Guests were from Gastonia,
Nwton, Lincolnton, Kings Moun
tain, Bessemer City, Statesville i oa”**' '““‘■r Auvnanuiia Av,r.w,«'o :
Charlotte, and Rock mil S. C ’ chairman for the organ!- j have been issued in Kings Moun-
’ ’ ■ (Charlotte. Working with her are|fain: i
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gaffney ^ Hunter of Afr. and Mrs. John Clark, jityiior \
nd son, Stephen, arrived vester- p Greensboro; Mrs.! request the honour
r. Lee Jones, Hamlet; and Mrs.j of pour presence !
L. G. Holland, Roanoke Rapids. \at the marriage of their daughter'.
Gale Loretta I
sessions,-ana a Meet The csm~
didates” party. State officers will' fhe event were Scoutmaster Ken
K.Q _A AW. ‘Pruitt and As.sistant Scoutmas
ter Jim Yarbro.
be elected at the meeting.
The Cary Sub-Juniors, 35 strong
and all travelling the four-mile
distance to stay overnight in Ra
leigh for the Jamboree, will be
welcomed into thq. -organization
as toe newest club. It was or
ganized in June under the spon
sorship of the Cary clubs.
The boj's returned home Sat
Invitations reading as follows
Mi-s. I. B. Goforth, Sr. enter
tained at her home Saturday at
a 1 o’clock luncheon paying
compliment to Miss Diane Rob-!
A color note of pink and white
was carried out in decorations-
Centerpieces for the two tables
were arrangemnts of tinted pink
Queen Anne's Lace. The hon
oreo’s place was imarkod by a
coreage of white carnations and
a gift of silver in her pattern.
Miss Roberts w’ore a naNT and
white dress with white accesso
A three course luncheon was
served to Miss Roberts; her mo
ther, Mrs. Gene Roberts; her fi
ance’s mother, Mrs. Humes
Houston; Miss Annie -Roberts,.
Miss Linda Roberts. Mrs. Ken
Roberts, Mrs. S. R. Suber, Jr.,
Mrs. Ken Davis. Mrs. Coman
Falls, Mrs. M. D. Phifer, Mrs.
Forrest Roberts, Mrs. T. A. Ham-
bright and Mrs. Eugene McCar
Plans Picnic Supper
Members of the American Le
gion Auxiliary will gather Thurs
day (tonight) at 6:^ for a cov
ert dish picnic and regiilar
Mrs. Alma Whitesides will be
hostes^ at her home at 904 Boyce
and son, Stephen, arrived yester
day from Richmond, Va. for a
visit with Gaffney’s aunt
and uncl&>fr. and Mrs. Nevette
Sunday dinner guests of Mr
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes and j
children, Mark ajKi Beth, have |
moved from Pageland, S. C. to |
and Mrs. Baxter Hayes were Mr. i a home in the Dixon community,
and Mrs. Clyde Hillhouse. Mrs.
Rose Hillhouse, Miss Beatrice
Hillhouse, Mrs. Daisy Freeman,
all of Anderson, S. C.; Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Robinson and daugh
ter, Kim, of Gastonia; and Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Greene and
sons, Tim and Dale.
Mr. Ronald Meek Dover
the seventh of August
Nineteen hundred and. sirtp-six
at twelve noon
First Baptist Church
Bessemer dtp. North Carolina
r_t. Col. W. O. (Bill) Ruddock
and family have moved from
Wichita, Kansas, to Fountain
Valley, California; and have oc- Mrs. Quinn Wells was dinner
cupied’ a residence at 10461 Teal guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs.
Circle The Ruddock family are Nevette Hughes,
formerly of Kings Mountain. 1 —o—
ParJeers To See Son
Win Air Force Wings
Mr. and Mrs. Don Parker will
leave Thursday (today) for
Maple AFB, California where
they will see their son, James
R. (Punch) Parker receive his
Air Force Wings.
The Parkers will also visit an
other son, Donald Parker, Jr.,
Mrs. Parker and family, in Texas
and Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Stepp
and family in San Diego, Cali
fornia. Mr. Stepp is brother of
Mrs. Don Parker, Sr.
The Kings Mountain Parkers
will travel by car.
OUR CAR CLEAWAMCE IS
CHARLES L DIXON
The Wplking Mon's Friend
Invites Your Close Perusal
Of These Excellent Used Car
Values — These And Many
More To Choose From!
1965 Chevrolet Z-Deet Only $1795
1959 huick ^Door Going At 495
1992 Chevrglet 4-Door Bel Air 895
1961 Lincoln Continental ... Only 1595
4-DoQr Sport Sedan. All Extras.
1993 Po^ge ft^Poss. Station Wagon 895
1991 Cheymlet l-Dooi 1095
Sport ^dan, Air Conditioned.
1999 fanpoki. Spoil Siedan ......... 2495
196,1 Ponttge l-Ppor Only 1095
1992 Ckovtglot 4>Door Impala ...1295
1992 Cbavioloi 4-Door 1095
1961 Ford Station Wagon 995
1964 CHEVROLET STA. WAGOH $1995
— TRUCKS —
1954 Ford Vi-Ton Truck 395
1955 Dodge ^^-Ton Truck .... Only 295
1960 Chevrolet Vx-Ton Truck 1195
1962 Chevrolet Vs-Ton Truck . Oply ^295
1952 Chevrolet ^Ton Truck .. Only 495
1957 Fofd ^A-Ton Truck .. Golpg At 495
1965 Chevrplet ^Tou Truck 1395
1966 Impolo Super Sport Coupe .. $795
^966 Monza Coupe 4-Spe^ 1995
35 OTBES MAKES & MODELS TO CHOOSE FBOM
WE WILL NOT BE UNDEBSOLD
OpfuiNr R^lzciud ilt Muunluin
Book Club Speaker
Mi*s. George Plonk showed
colored slides of her recent trip
to Italy, Egj'pt and the Holy
Land at Tuesday night’s Home
Arts club meeting at toe home of
Mrs. Tolly Shuford.
Mrs. George Moss was pro
The hostess served a salad and
dessert course with,_ice^tea.
Mrs. Plonk noted that she and
her husband. Dr. Plonk, visited
in Egypt with former Kings
Mountain residents, Mr 2md Mrs.
Mrs. Plonk also gave historical
data of the various points of in
terest on her tour of the I^ear
Masters Scott and Jeff Moss
visited their aunts^ Mrs. E. G.
Harrison III and Miss Dorothy
S. Hayes in Charleston, South
Carolina recently. Mrs. Harrison
is the former JoAnn Hayes of
Kings Mountain. Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Moss and Mrs. O. T. Hayes,
Sr. later made ‘the trip to
Charleston to accompany their
sons'back to Kings Mountain.
A birthday party at Shoneys
for Allen Kyle Tate, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Tate. Allen and
his friends were accompanied by
Mr and Mrs. Tate and Judy
Heimdon for birthday supper.
The waitress entered the room
with the decorated birthday cake
which was served with ice ci-eam.
Comic books were given as fav
Miss Gale Loretta Clark,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Clark, Jr. of Bessemer City, has
announced plans for her marri
age to Ronald Meek Dover, Unit
ed States Marine Corps, son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Dover of
The w'cdding will take place
Sunday at 12 noon in Bessemer
City’s First Baptist church. Rev.
A. A. Bailey, pastor of the
church, will officiate at the dou
I Jimmy Busby will be at the
I organ for the program of wed
ding .music and Miss Angela
Bullock will be vocalist.
I The bride-elect will lie given
jin marrtege by her father. Best
■ man for the prospective bride
groom will be? his father.
Miss Sandra Whitworth v\
attend the bride-elect as maid
honor and only attendant.
The ceremony will be perfoi
ed immediately following
morning worship hour
sox OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00
ZtWAYS $1.00 A CARLOADI
HIS NEWESTI HIS BIGGESTI
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'RED LINE 7000'
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"MAN WHO SHOT
ON SAT. MOVIES RUN
IN REVERSE ORDER
SUN. THRU WED.
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•OUT OF SIGHT'
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^i1in Rsckin Production
e ""■» '■> Film corp. (tinernaScope • Color by DeLoxe
ON WED, MOVIES RUN I'
IN REVERSE ORDER b!
— WATCH FOR —
1. “Las Vegas Hillbillys" 2. “Around The World Anc
Under The Sea" 3. “Madam X" 4. •'Birds Do It*'
“Boy Did I Get A Wrong Number" 6. “Beaij Geste'I
THURSDAY, AUGUST 4th
ONE DAY ONLY
Look for DOLLAR DAY Signs and Pennants in the windows of all participating stores.
18 of Gastonia's Stores, including CLOTHING, DEPARTMENT, FURNITURE, DRUG, JEWELRY
and VARIETY STORES combine to offer you the most fabulous savings in the history of
The foUowii^ Gastonia merchants have notified The GASTON COUNTY MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION
THAT THEY WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE DOLLAR DAY SCHEDULE FOR AUG. 4, 1966:
EAGU STORES, INC
EFIRD'S DEPT. STORE
S. H. KRESS & CO.
REMEMBER: ONE DAY ONLY
MERIT SHOE CO.
SEARS ROEBUCK & CO.
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
THURSDAY, AUG. 4th
TREMENDOUS SAYINGS FOR ALU
PLBNTY OF PARKING!
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Plan To Visit Gastonia on DOLLAR DAY