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Wrights Are Wed In Baptist Ceremony
m ^ . t. t Thursday:
Temple Ba^ist church pro- American Legion Aux-
vided tne setting Saturday even- the American Legion
‘"Af A 1“'' huilding. Mi-s. J. K. Mauncy an.i
ot Muss Sandra Kay Wright and Leona I-ite, co-chairmen
James Ronald Wi light „f ^astess committee.
Rev. Krank Sh.rley hoard the
couple exchange vows of the dou- 3.33 _ 5
ble-nng ceremony. byterian church at the home
iDenms iHuffstickler was or-
Mrs. Thurman Seism on Seism
ganist and iMrs. Martha Jackson
was vocalist for the program of _ Circle 1 of First Pres-
"HEu ' . , ; • • • '-Mrs. W. T. Weir on C-rover rood.
The bn de given in marnage byterian churcli at the home o;
by her father, wore ,a f.ir.mal ^-overed dish suimer.
pwn of 'D,.lcet satin and venico 7.3^ _ 3 of First Pres-
lace. T.ie raised waist featured byterian church in the Ladies
a low, scoop neckline outlined u^bie Classnxim, Mrs. Nell Holl-
r5 ed sleeves flinished at the wris -.3^^ j. Woman's Club
With lace appliques. C,arlands of the Woman’s club. Mrs. Bill
lace extended down each side of
the A line
Smylio, hostess. Christmas dec-
. , ^ or.ationsc program,
back of the attached Cha"-el rrursdau' *
length train. White velvet rib
bon circled the waistline and
ended in ii back bow. She wore
a full leri th mantilla of silk il
lusion bordered in mat ching la e
and carried a cascade of pink
7:30 — Cinie 1 cf First Pres
byterian church in the Ladies
Bible class room, Mrs. Rhea Bar-
vaiiitru o. L'Udjtfuvr Tfi ^iiin i • \ A /•
^sweetheart roses and white Gar- J©SSI6 WIDCIO
•'a mums. ^ ^. n ^
Mrs. John R. M' iDermid. Jr. of | O V:7lVe rrOqraiTl
January Nuptials Set;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright Reinhart of Silver
Spring, Maryland, announce the engagement ot their
daughter, Mary Olive Reinhart of basr Orange, New
Jersey, to Hans Stanislaus Borov of New Orleans, La.,
son ot Mrs. Richard Borov of Kings Mountain and the
late Mr. Borov.
The bride-elect holds a B.A, In history from the
University of Maryland and Is employed by the U. S,
National Park Service as historian and curator at
Grand Canyon, Arizona: Manassas, Va.: Philadelphia,
Pa. and West Orange, New Jersey.
The prospective bridegroom was graduated cum
laude with B.A. In history from Western Carolina Uni
versity and holds a master's degree In history from
Tuiane University. He Is fDtosently a candidate for his
Ph.D degree In history ai Tuiane University and Is a
lecturer In history at Xa\ier University and St. Mary's
Dominican college In New Orleans, La.
MRS. JAMES RONALD WRIGHT
(Sandru Kay Wright)
Food Tips For Floliday Entertaining;
Cake, Salad, Nut Spread Recipes
Miss Jessie Ann Win’go, Cleve
land County Home Kxtensiion
Agent, will present a program
on Christmas dec(>rations and
mnke.’tyoursel'f girt ideas at
Monday night’s mooting of the
The c1hi‘) meets at 7:30 D.m.
at the Woman’s c". b and Mrs.
Kings tMountain attended her ^ ^ . i
sister as matron of honor and Ufl vT7|tT IClG^S
bridesmaids were Miss Brenda
Alexander o-f Lincolnton and
Mrs, tMary Ann Sardee cf Kings
All the attendants wor.' floor
length gowns of Fiestfi pink
chififon with satin cumerhuinL
over tTffeta. The empire bo:^- cos
were styled in peasant effect
wdth low seoop necklines laced Bill'SmyliT'iy hosted,
at the walstWne with fiesta punk
satin ribbon and enhanced by a Visitors and /interested pro-
front bow. Long full sleeves sportive members are invited to
were finished with a ruffle at attend.
the hands. The oolumn skirts ,, ... ^ ,
were softly gathered at the iM-ss Mary Alice MciDaniel,
waists and finished at the floor p^^sident, said community birth-
with wide ruffles. They wore calendai's for 1972
fiesta pink satin hairbows with snd will be distributed
long streamers attached to fin- within the next few weeks by
gertip veils and carried nosegays mem'l)ers.
of pink and white Gar/a mi. nis. 'y~~
Tv_ bridegroom’s father was Prlrlr^V Nlin+Irik
pepper. Pour over oysters. Bake best man. John R. MoDermid, INUpilalb
in 4 moderate oven (350 degrees Jr. ibrotherdn-law of the bride, I lni+^ K>1Icc Allon
F.) 30 to ^ nmlmitee. Yields 6 ushered with Bol)by White. UniTe IVlISS /Alien,
servirngs, 1-2 oup each.
2 cups milk
1 cup granulated sugar
4 egg yolks
4 teaspoons cornstarch
1-2 cup milk
3 tablespoons butter
2 teaspoons bottled,
grated orange peel
1 teaspoon vanilla^
By MISS YORK KIKER
Markeiting Home Economist
Food is as much a part of the
holiday season as lights, deco
rated trees, Santa Claus and gift
giving. Often foods are typical
tr^ditirma! at this season, l5iit
new ideas are well worth try*
ini'4. Don’t wait for the holiday
season to enjoy many of North
Carolina’s favorite foods. They
comibine in numerous ways to
make dining memorable at any
HOLIDAY BiRUNlOH CAKE
3 3-4 cups sifted all-purpose
3 teaspoons baking powder
a teaspoon salt
1 cup- butter
1 1-2 cups sugaf
2 teaspoons grated lemon rind.
1 teaspoon vanilla
1-3 cup milk
1 oup chopped mixed candied egg yolks; slowly stir scalded ensembie'with whitG lace ha^-
fi'uits rmlk Hito egg yolks dien return kerchief, gift of the bride and
^ corsage of pink
Kathy Smith of Shelby Havlcl P HuaHeS
iss Beth While of Kings L^QVIU 1 . I luyiici
and Miss Beth While of Kings
Mountain kept the register. They Delores Allen became the
vrorc long gewne cf mosc green of David Preston lluglies
crepe with empire bodices, scoop Friday evening in an oi^ml o’-
1-2 cup chopped walnuts coat-dress enserruble of aqua po- accompanieti the couple.
1-2 cup chopped, pitted moisr jyester icT*epe «4th pearl |
turized prunes ,tton trim and matching acces- The bride* wore a
Prepared 9-inch Walnut Cereal series She carried a white lace street-length dress with
Crust pie shell handkerchief, gift of the bride accessories and a shoulder cor-
Whipped cream and groom, and wore a corsage sage of white rosebuds.
Walnut halves or large F4eces p'nk and white split carna- oewl^eds return
Com/bine the two oups nrilk and from a weddipg trip to Her.shey,
cugar in top of double iboiler xhe bridegroom’s mother Pa. they will occupy their now
and acald over hot water. Beat chose a pink brocade coat-dress home on Dixon road.
The bride is the daughter of
^ mrrr f\T rno nr'ins-*
chopped pecans mixture to double boiler and
Sift together 3 cups flour, bak- continue to cook, stirring, about |nd white solit carnations,
ing powder and salt. Cream 3-4 Rve minutes until slightly thick- ^ camduun
cup butter; add 1 cup sugar ened. Mr. and Mrs. John R. McDer-
gradually and cream well. Add mid, Jr., sister and brother-in- ision on Waco road,
lemon rind and vanilla. Add Combine the 1-2 cup milk j^w of the bride, entertaiined af-
eggs, one at a time, /beating well cornstarch; stir into c^tard ceremony at a reception
after each addition. Add sifted and continue to cook, stirring, church fellowship hall
iMr. and Mrs. Dickie Tito and
Mr. and Mis, Jack White as." 1st-
cd in details of entertaining.
woi'e a Long .
a iong-sicov<-d [g Honored
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen of
Kings Mountain. A graduate of
Kings Mountain high school, she
is employed by Mi. Sweet Div-
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hughes
of the Dixon community are par-
dry ingifxlionts alternately with until custard is thick and smooth. The pink and whdte theme of *1":® Te
milk, a small amount at a time, Remove ifrom heat and stir in but- the wedding was beautifully car- uate of Li oyer mgn senoo , nc
and stir lust until batter is ter, orange peel, vanilla, walnuts ried out in decorative details and completed two yeais ^imy ay- tajp high school,
smooth after each addition. Cut and prunes. Pour into pie shell; jn refresh mentis. The bride’s ta- y '? emP'O-'^ci 'W in-
Cut remaining 1-1 o. p buMer into cover with plastic film and chill, hie, overlaid with white lace ov- uustnes in Bessemer c.iy.
mixture of remaining 3^ cup At serving dime remove plaslic pink satin, held a six-^tier wed-
flour and 1-2 cup sut^ar. Stir in film and decorate pie with ding cake topped with a bride Dixon Circle Meets
enndiod fruit mixture into but- swirls of whipped cream and ^nd groom standing under an Saturday Evening 6:30
lered 10-inch tube can, using 1-3 walnut halves. Yields one 9-inch whitelace bells, as focal
iMemibers of Circle 1 of Dixon
of each mixture at a time, start
ing with batter and ending with
dumbs. Bake in inoderate oven,
350 degrees F. about 50 min-
iiites or until done. Yields one 10-
2 cupis water
1 can (1 pound) whole cran-
tK'rry sauce, mashed
2 packages (3 ounces each)
raspberry flavored gelatin
1' cup well-drained orange sec
tions (aibout 2 large oranges).
2 cups creamed cottage cheese chill.
'Bring 1 cup water to a boil.
Add cranberry sauce and heat
unill melts. Add gelatin and stir
until dis.solved. Add 1 cup cold
water. Chill until mixti. re is sy-
ruriy. Cut sectional oranges in
half crosswise. Add to gelatin.
Pour into 4 1-2 cup ring mold;
chill until firm. Unmold on let
tuce leaves and fill center with
creamed cottage cheese,
about S servings.
OfllCKEN NUT SPREAD
1 cup finely minced chicken
3-1 cup finely chopped nuts.
1-1 teaspoon salt
1-2 teaspoon paprika
2 teasi>oons finely chopped
2 tablespoons sour cream
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
Combine ingredients until well
blended. Chill. Serve as a spread
“The Free Press’’
danring from 8:30
A color motif of yellow and
white was featured in decora
tive details. The refreshment
point. Pink punch was
wAT 'Virrr rinRiTrAiT ir/RTT^sm from a silver service at one end Presibyterian chLrch will hold a overlaid with gmm, white Mr. and
3a finHv Trukh^ vorn of the table. Pink and white Christmas party Saturday eve- yoHow floral eledh over Miss Jan
ike eruruhs ^ Garza mums, carnations and ning at their regular meeting at .satin, was plartKl under- llu.strller,
19 finetv ohnnneH walnuts gladioli wdth a candeLalbrum of 6:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. chandelier in the foyer lie Blanton, ad of Kings M«>un-
^ - pink tapers centered the table. J. E. Childers on Water Oak clubhouse. A large bell tain; his daugliier and son in-
Mrs. Glen Bolin, Sr. and Mrs. street. fiixture had a large law. Mr. and Mrs. F:imer McGill
theTakeand Mrs:BrbyVhite 13 for the clappar and gr.x.n of Kinp. -Moun.ain, and his
served punch. Watne Wells will nrc^dc boxwood witli ion- daughter and son-in law, Mr. .-ind
The bride's portrait was fea- ovi*hancTP gifts streamers and white Mrs. Wilford Bullock of Sea-
chrysanthemum.s garlanded the board.
3 tablespoons granulated sug-
1-3 cup melted butter.
1-2 teaspoon cinnamon
Comibine ingredients; mdx well.
Press evenly and firmly on bot-
gal 2—TAR HBE)L KITCHEN
lorn and sides of 9-inch pie plate.
Confinwed On Page Two
'Mem'lx?rs will exchange
during the social hour.
STAINED GLASS COOKIES
1-3 oup butter
1- 3 cup sugar
2- 3 cup honey
1 teaspoon vanilla flavoring
3 cups flour
1 teaspoon salt
,1 teaspoon bakinig powder
Crush^ hard candy (such as
Yields lemon or orange balls or lolli
Cream together butter and
sugar; blend in egg, honey and
flavoring. SLft together flour,
salt, and baking powder then
add to first mixture. Blend to
gether. /Mixture should be a thick
dduigh. Rub a small amount to
gether in the palms of hand mak
ing a “rope". Place on foiled-
lined cookie sheet and form out
line of desired shape. Place a
for crisp crackers, melba toast .... - ^ , u j..
or open face canapes of differ- ^hin layer of crushed ha^^^candy
ent ^eads. Use to stuff celery. ft
fill tiny cream pr.'ff.s, or as a lay- minutes a
or is frosted sandwich loaves. ^ degrees F.
Yields about 1 1-3 cups. Excellent for Christmas pres-
SCALIXIPED OYSTERS ents and other festive occasions.
1 cup oyster crackers, lightly "Hun a string through top of
crushed cookie before baking if you
1-2 cup whole oyster crackers ,vvish to use for ornaments.
SECTION B THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD,
Legion Auxiliary To Fjost Joint Party
With Shelby Unit On Thursday Night
KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C.
IG to 20 ounces oysters, drain-
3 tablespoons butter
2 c:gs, well ^eaten
3-4 cup milk
1-2 teaspoon salt
1-4 teaspoon pepper
In a well-greased, 1-quart bak- is in care
ing dish, layer r^'acker crumbs Bragg, N. C. 28307.
and oysters, then aot with but
ter. Repeat. Top with whole
crackers and remaining butter, end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Yates
Combine eggs, milk, salt and Jones ol Spartanburg, 3. C.
Members of American Legion the hostess committee for
/Post .155 AuxiMary will host a meeting.
joint meeting with Warren F. The Auxiliary' will make plans system are invited to enter the
Hoyle Post 82 Auxiliary of to go to Otr'on Veteran.s hos- annual American Hustory Month
(Mrs. Ha Fipps underwent sur- Shelby Thursday night at 7:30 pital on December 12th to pro- Essay contest sponsored by Col-
gery Friday at Womack hospital ,p.fn. at the American Legion sent a teleiision set to patients onel Frederick Hambright chap-
in Fayetteville where she is a Ibuildling. there. The Gleen Gift Shop ter, DAR.
of Ward 7-B, Fort A short program will be held opens on December 10th. Deadline for entries is Decem-
at 7:30 p.m. after which a bor 15th.
Christmas party will follow at Program theme for the month The length of es.says should be
Mrs. Curtis Hardin was a week- 8. is “Veterans Affairs and Rehab- 3f)0 to GOO words for students in
Mrs. J. E. Mauney and Mrs. ildtation” and (Mrs. J. E. Mauncy the fiiftb and sixth grades; and tional award being a $100 U. S.
Leona Fite are co-chairmen of is program chairman. GOO to 1,000 words lor students savings bond.
The weddino will
1972 In Philadelphia.
bo an event of January 8tfi,
CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS — Sharon Timms, left, daughter
of Mr. and MiH, Gene Timms, and Robin Dukry, tiaughicr •>!
Mr. tand Mrs. Jim Dickey, eekhraied their JGth birthdays at
a Sivect Sixt(cn semi-fornuil dance last Wt dm sdtt)i evening.
Thdr e.sctjf'ts irere Doug Sexton, h ft, for Miss Timms end Bart '
George, right, for ;i/m* Dickey. (Herald yhoto by Jim Belt)
Miss Timms^ Miss Dickey
Honored On Birthdays
One hundred young people din- bannisters leading up into the
necklines and long full sleeves .(■locli'w^din"In Gaffney, South cd and dantx'd at the (.‘ luntry ballroom. Centering tlie table
tyled like that of the brides- c;aj><)jina^ * ’ Club last Winlnesday evening to vva.s a tlireo tier yelhjw and
maids. They wore tiny diamond * celebrate tiie “Sweet Sixte<mtir’ while birthday cake. At one end
heart pendant®, gifts df the bride, Magistrate W. R. Douglas b.rthdcey of Miss Sharon Timms of the table was a cantielahnim
or fresh and oarsai^es of pmk split car- heard the omple exchange vows and MiS'S Rt oin DLkey. set witJi five white lai-crs and
natrons. of the dn. ble-ring ceremony. city Commis.‘^ion(‘r and Mrs. ut the other emi was a s'llver
The bride’s mother wore -a Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stewart ji^ Dickey, parents of Miss punch b^wl. Yellow and while
Dickey, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene cake squares were served with
1 were hosts for 'the semi-fcrmal P'-Hch, ham biscuits and party
h’qek parents of Miss Timms pick-ups.
affaiir. Yellow crepe paper and fes
tive ballons enchanced the dance
W. A. Williams
Miss Timms " *"
blaek knit top with floral quilt- in* I I
ed skirt and a white cymbidium TUth Birthcldy
Miss Dickey wore a sleeveless Wray A. W'illiam.s, wfdl-known
gown foaturinig a black velvet Kings Mountain man. vva.s hon-
bodice with tangerine polyester ored on his 90th birthday at a
sheath skirt. She wore a shoul- Thanksgiving Day family get to*
der corsage of white daisies. gelher at the home of iiis
da'vghtor and son-in-l'i'W. Mr. and
'Both young women are soph- Francis Hunt in Lexinglan.
omoro stiedents at Kings Moun-
A turkey dinner with all the
trimmin s was served along
with a liccoi’att'd birthday cake.
'Mr. Williams will note his
9(Mh hiriliday on D<>comber Ttb.
Other family memi)ers attend
ing were hi.^ son an<l family:
Mrs. II. O. Williams,
Williams, Mrs. Hallie
yellow satin, was plartHl under- Ilu.strtler, Li/a Husletler, Char-
Berkeley, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William f. Berkeey,
111, of Charlotte, cele
brated his first blrihday
Wednesday, Dec. IsL af-
his home In Charlotic.
A small family party
was held at the Berkeley
home and Jonathan's
decorated birthday cake
was cut and served with
Jonathan Is grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F.
Mauney of Kings Moun
tain and Dr. and Mrs. W.
T. Berkeley, Jr. of Char
Jonathan's mother is the former Kay Mauney of
♦ * ♦ +
Brenda Ann Blanton,
daughter ot Dr. and Mrs.
DeWItt Blanton, Jr. of
130 Broomsedge Trail,
Athens, Ga.. celebrated
her first birthday Octo
ber 28th. A birthday par
ty was held at her home
with 14 friends attending.
The cake and decora
tions were In the theme
of Raggedy Ann and the W
cake was cut and served
with party refreshments.
Grandparents of De- ^
Ann are Mrs. W. H. Sail- ^
ors and the late Mr. Sail-
ors of Elljay. Ga. and Mr.
and Mrs. DeWItt Blanton of Kings Mountain.
Wade Cash, son of
Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth
Cash of route three, cele
brated his sixth birthday
Sunday, Nove'mber 28ih.
The cowboy and Indian
theme was featured In
decorative details and
the birthday cake, topped
with cowboys and Indi
ans, was cut and served
wHh Ice cream and party
Fifteen children heloed
Wade celebrate his birth
Grandparents of Wade
are Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Cash and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goforth, an ot Kings
Mountain. Great-grandpaients are Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Goforth of Grover. ,
Thursday, December 2, 1971
in the seventh and eiglith grades.
Earii essay must be handwrit
ten in ink and pm^^ented to the
teacltors of the various grades
Students in 'fifth, sixth, seventh eligible,
and eighth grades of the seliool
Rssays will be judged on his
torical accuracy, adlierence to
the subject, originality, interest,
neatness, spelling and punctua
tion. Each grade winner will re
ceive a prize and other prizes
will be awarded at the district,
state, division and national lev
els of /competition with the na-
Members of the A. B. Prince family who gathered
at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ledford on
Knickerbocker Drive In Charlotte were Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Prince, Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Payseur and son,
Jimmy, of Kings Mountain; Mr. and Mrs. William
Prince and daughters. Penny and Pamela of Charlotte;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Prince and children. Debbie. Jesse
and Becky, of Gainesville, Ga.: Mr. and Mrs, George
Antonich and children. Elizabeth and Greg of Daytona
Beach, Fla.: Joining them was Miss Madle Dunn of
Charlotte, sister of Mrs. A. B. Prince.
A Thanksgiving turkey with all the trimmings was
served by the hosts, assisted by their daughters, A-
manda and Mary Beth Ledford.
Remaining as house-guests until Saturday were
the Jack Prince family and the George Antonich fam
ily. except for Gregory Antonich who visited In Kings
Mountain and was joined there by his family, who were
overnight guests Saturday of -Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Prince. The Jack Prince family visited here enroute
♦ * * *
Mr. and Mrs. Nevette Hughes spent the Thanks-
nlvlnq weekend In Fayetteville with their niece. Mrs.
Wilton Canady and Mr. Canady. They were joined
durino the weekend by Mrs Canady's mother. Mrs.
Neal Cadleu and her brother. Charles Roy Cadleu of
Charleston, S. C. and her uncle and family, Max Gaff
ney, of Ralelqh.
Mr. and Mrs. Hughes spent Saturday evening In
Lumberton with Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Barnes, former
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