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THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD, KINGS MOUNTMN, N. C
December 2, 1971
KRIDE A.\D EIRIOTriUOO.M
Mr. and .Mr.s. Troy I.Pc Wright
of Kino.s .Mountain are parents
of the bride. A gradual<' cf. Kings
'Mountain high school, she ha.s
.been employisl in the Medical
Memorial haspital at Shel-
She ^-ill be employed in;
the Medical Records Department'
(.f Rutlierfonl County hospital in
Kulheifordton. She is grand-
dauglilor of Mrs. Lucille Wright'
<jf Silver Spring, .Mo. j
(Continued from Page 0?ieJ
OPEN FEIDUY mCHTS
About This 'N That
'Miss Mabel Jean McArver and Billie Alien Gam
ble have issued marriage announcements to friends
and relatives in this area. The wedding took place on
November 27th at First ARP church in Gastonia and
the newlyweds will be at home at 706 Carolina Ave
nue in Gastonia.
phyj Cer'tt ^VOi^
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30
Ashley Denise Good-
son, celebrated her sec
ond birthday November
A birthday party was
held Saturday at her
home on Oak Grove
The Raggedy Ann doll
theme was carried out in
decorations with a Rag
gedy Ann cake served
with ice crea;., and fav
Attending v-ore Kim'
and Kelly Goodson and
Scoff Harrison, cousins of
Ashley; Jeri Harrison and
Brenda Blddix, aunts of Ashley; her giaiiaparenrs;
Beth Webster and Patrick and Dora Heavner.
Arizona Rites) '
Miss Katherine .i-y Murphy
of Des Moines, Iowa .ind Richard
'Funeral rites for Mrs. Patsy Ware LeGrand of Si-^Iby who
Ponder Reynolds, 40, of Gaffney, married Saturday in i •
S. C, native of Grover, were wedding held in S' -ii..v
held Tuesday afternoon at 2 p. m. church in Phoenix, At.^..na.
from Southside Biaptist church,! The bridegroom, son of Mr.
interment following in Grover and Mrs. R.. T. (Diekl LeGrand,
cemetery. I jr. of Shelby, is grandson of
Mrc RevnniHc ''Mrs. Mofifat A. Ware, Sr. of I felting or fading if you simply
^ ; I^'tbgs Mountain and the late Mr. | follow the directions on the label.
. . Some wool item.s, .such as
Rev. William E. McKay heard. sweaters and blankets, hiive al-
the Muple exchange >/ows of tlielv^.aA's been hand washable-with
doUble-ruTig ceremony. '
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a floor-
length dress of white raw silk
banded at the watst with a wide
belt. White organza with a lat-
Girl Scout News
KALBIGH — There are .some
“machine washable” wools on
file market that you can laun
der without fear of .shrinkage,
f Tiie Girl Scouts of Troop i
i Lliat met at the First Presbyter
ian cliureli in Kings Mountain are
' participating in the Kings Moun-
! tain Christmas parade on Decem-
Reynolds, wife of
Reynolds, died Slanday morning' wl'-p
in Cherokee County hospital fol
lowing a serious illness of five
She was the daughter of Mrs.
'Mattie Shufoid Ponder of Grov
er and the late R. H. Ponder.
Survivors otlier than lier hus
band and mother are her son, Tim tice-type design covered the bod-
Reynolds of the home; iwo daugh- ice and peasant sleeves with
ters, Debbie Reynolds and Don- French cuffs. She carried a bou-
na Reynolds of the home; and nuet of phalaenopsis orchids
four sistei-s, Mrs. B. II. Ledford and stephanotts.
of Fayetteville, Mrs. Ralph Go-; The bride’s sisters were her
forth, Mrs. Charles Mullinax and only attendants. Mrs. Bernard
Mrs. Wayne Appling, all of Gro-' St^hwartz of Overland Park, Kan.,
Rev. Harry Crosby, assisted by
Rev. James Sanders ofXrl'over of
ficiated at the final rites.
AtD inner Party'
Ashley Is granddaughter of Rev. and Mrs. Clyde
Goodson of Rock Hill, S. C., Mrs. Ann Ware of Gas
tonia and Martin Ware of Hickory.
was matron of honor and Mar-
ga ret Murphy of Des Moines was
a junior bridesmaid.
R. T. LeGrand Jr., of Shelby,
was his son's best man.
Following the ceremony, the
bride’s parents were hosts for a
limelieon at Phoenix Couuti-j'
The new Mrs. LeGrand,
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ray-
; mond Murphy Jr., of Des Moines,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. King,; attended Ooiinect.leut OoUege in
Sr. of ISOS Elk Avenue, vr.ara- | New London, Conn., and was
sota, Florida, celebrated their. graduated from the University
silver wedding anniversary oniof Iowa in Iowa aty.,Prior to
November 17th in Sarasota with ! her marriage, she was employed
a dunner party at Martines Res- as a writer and legislative as-
taurant. , sistant for the National Asso-
Mrs. King is the former Miss i Nation of Chain Drug Stores in
Irene Gallant of Kings Moun- Washington, D. C., where she was
Deluxe Astro-Sonic 4-pc.
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Mr. and Mrs. David Plonk announce the arrival of
twin boys, Chad Huntley and Chris Sloan Plonk, Sat
urday, Novennber 27th, Cleveland Memorial hospital,
Chad weighed six pounds, five ounces on his ar
rival at 6:42 a.m, Chris, born at 6:46 a.m., weighed in
at five pounds, 12 and one-half ounces.
Model 9293, just one of several flawlessly pre-matched
Magnavox systems now at special savings, has 50-
Watfj EIA music power, two high-compliance 8" and
two 3/i" speakers in an Air-Suspension System, plus a
deluxe Micromatic player with Cue Control and Stylus
Pressure Adjustment. Also provisions for optionals
(tape, headphones), A pfotec- ONjLY
tive dust cover ts included.
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sories, too! See them all now.
Other members of the Plonk family are seven-
year-old Terri and five-year-old Steven Plonk.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Hendley of Charlotte and paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Plonk of Kings Mountain. Pater
nal great-grandmother is Mrs. Clarence Sloan Plonk of
The children s father is president of Plonk Oil
Company, Inc. Their mother, is the former Betty Hunt-
ley of Charlotte. '
* ♦ * *
I Joining the Kings for the par-
, ty were their two daughters,
! Carol Patrice, and Mary Anne;
I .Mr. and Mrs. Jean Richards of
jSt. Petersburg, Fla.; Mr. , and
, 'Mrs. Chester A. West of Orlando,
i Fla.; Mrs. Elva Power and Ray
Marshall, both of Sarasota; their
j son, Clarence, Jr. and iiia w ife
and two children who reside in
I Pinellas Park, Fla. were unable
I to attend.
I After dinner, the party re-
[ turned to the King residence
where they received congratula
tions from their friends and
Cake and champagne was
a provisional member of the
Junior League of Washington,
The bridegroom was graduat-
«Kl from St. Andrews Presbyter
ian CollegA in Laurinburg. He
has completed the academic por
tion of a master’s degree in
health care administration at
George Washington University
in Washington, D. C., and is now
resident administrator at St.
Luke’s Hospital Medical Center
in Phoenix where he and his
bride will make their home.
served to guests. 1 Miss Sue Hunnicutt of Char-
P>oth Mr. and Mrs. King are I lotte spent the Thanksgivir.l r hoi-
well known to Kings Mountain - id-ays with her • parents, Mr and
citizens. Mr. King is a native of Mrs. H. R. Hunfiicutt. Muss Hun-
Bristol, Rhode Island. ; nioutt is a member of the faculty
; of Independence Junior hlg^h
904 W. GOLD
From Seven Eleven
WE HAVE OUR OWN SERVICE DEPT.
Ashlle Dawn • Allison,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Billy Y. Allison of 411
Wilson street, celebrates
her -t-hird birthday Thurs
day, December 2.
A family party will be
held this afternoon at the
Wilson home and Ashlie
'Dawn will cut a decorat
ed birthday cake.
Young Miss Allison Is
granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Yates of
Piedmont Avenue and
Mrs. Alice Allison, of 113
Morris street, and the
late Roy Allison.
Since December 1969, about 20,' school in Charlotte.
000 U. S. workers have been
certified as elogible for assistrin ! Mrs. George P. Davis returned
?e under the Trade Expansion ’ to Charlotte Monday after spend-
.\rt c' 19S2. These are people ing the Thanksgiving holidays
vv h.o have Ic-tt t.'-eir jebs due to with -Mr. and Mrs. H,‘r. Hunni-
care. But now there have bo<>n a
number of improvements for easy
machine washing of wool with
out fear of shrinkage.
Simple precautions must still
be foUowed, however, says Dor-
otliy L. Barrier, extension cloth
ing spocialist. North Giirtflina
Why do some homemakers liave
trouble washing wool garments?
Usually they have combined ex
treme heat, moisture, friction and
strong soap when laundering,
Wool can’t withstand tliese ex
tremcji and retaliates by slirliik
For example, you can’t wash a
wool sweater in hot water, with
strong soap, for a full wa^i cycle
and then press it witli a hot iron
and a wet pres clolh. The .sweat
er will shrink.
And even though the label on
some of the newer wo<j1s says
“maoliine washable," mo.st manu
facturers still recommend wash
ing these wools in cool to warm
water and a mild soap. Use a
short cycle. If pressing is needed
always use a -slightly dampened
cloth, the speciiUist advises.
Helen's Beauty Salon
Is Pleased To Announce That
MRS. BHUE GENE HOYLE GREEN
has moved back to Kings Mountain and
Has Rejoined Our Staff of Fine Stylists.
Billie invites her friends to call or stop
by to see her in her new location. Call
now for holiday appointments.
Helen's Beauty Salon
Helen Jenkins, Manager
Billie Gene Hoyle Green
6 Ways To Save!
Savings Certificates, $10,000 minimum, two year maturity.
J.was the night before Christinas,
When all through the house.
Not a creature was stirring,
Not even Santa Claus .
Irresistibly comfortable .. .(reclina-rocke^^ by L A ^ Z - BOY*
•At any time la-Z-Boy’s factory will
reoaif or. at its option, replace its
reclining mechanism or any part
thereof without charge, except any
costs of packing and shipping
niu Ito l(CllNI^O
I-vcn a busy Sanla can’t resist the relaxing comfort of %
La-Z-Boy RecUna-Rockcr; Its smooth rocking lets him dozo
off and. when he wants to stretch out to nap. he can raise
the selective footrest lever and recline to any comfort po
sition, even to full bed. I he Reclina-Rockct^is “ Ihc Magi
cal All-In-One Chair’’ ... the perfect Christmas gift for
Mother or Dad. Sec us today for your Clirisimas gift
Saving Certificates of $5,000 minimum with 12 months maturity
and increase in multiples of $1,000.
Bonus Savings Certificates of $1,000 minimum with six months
maturity and increases in multiple of $100.
Passbook Savings, 90 Day Withdrawals — Save any ennount
Savings Certificates, $100 denominations.
Passbook Savings — Save any amount any time.
All Earnings are paid 4 times each year as of the last day of March, Tune Seotem-
ber, and December.
If your present certificates merit a change to earn the higher rates, we will be hap
py to change them. ^
Savings deposited on or before
the 10th of each month earn
dividend for the whole month, j
Home Savings &
Savings insured by the Federal
Savings and Loon Insaromce
j| Corporation to $20,000,00. J
They also plan to have a hake
sale in firont of Belk’s at ID
o’clock in Kings Mountain on De
cember 4th. -Angela Mangum,
When a plasHc raincoat l)e-
oomes too .shabby to wear, cni it
to waiit length, shorten the
sleeves and use it as a “coismolie
cape" when you shampoo your
hair, apply make-iup or do any
tiling that requires the protei--
tion of an easy-to-clean smock.
Dairy cows require a tre
mendous amount of food to pro
duce large amounts of milk. Tlic
“average” cow in tlie top North
Carolina .dairy herds consume.s
18,800 pounds of silage, 1,.1'K)
pounds oi hay and 5,400 pounds
of grain a year. In addition, she
grazes kboi t 128 days. From this,
she manufactures 12,843 pounds
of milk and 481 pounds of butter-
If you plan to use the “ma
chine washable’’ wool fabrics in
home .sewing, remember that fac
ing.s, trimmings, bindings and
linings most all h(> washable, too
Machine wasliablc wools arc
e.sp.-cially good for children’s
clothes, on-the-job clothes for
women, robes and winter .sirorts-
wear, concludes .Miss Barrier.
East Mountain Street