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‘Old-Fashioned 4th' Event Set For Eden
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Plans have been completed for Eden’s
old-fashioned July 4th” celebration to
^6 held in Morehead Stadium on In-
oopendence Day.
The crowd is expected to gather about
i>oon for informal activities with the
“fganized part of the program to start
at 4 p.m. following a parade from the
Meadow Greens Shopping Center to the
stadium.
The evening program will include a
flag ceremony, a concert by the Marine
Band and an elaborate fireworks dis
play. These events will climax an hours-
^ W. D. Lashley, Jr., general chairman, and G. W. Moore, honorary chairman of
ew YMCA build ng project, turn first shovels of dirt at groundbreaking.
^MCA Construction
^ Ready To Begin
long program of games, stunts and con
tests, kiddie rides, music and air show.
A number of gate prizes are to be
awarded, including a 23 inch Zenith
color television, a 9 x 12 Karastan rug
and a quilted bedspread. Tickets will
be given out at the gate and drawings
will be conducted at the close of the
program. Three rides—car, train and
twister—will be available for children.
These will be in operation at the sta
dium from noon until dark.
The Leaksville-Spray Y’s Men’s Club,
assisted by the Draper Y’s Men’s Club,
will be in charge of games and activi
ties. Events planned are bingo, horse
shoes, checkers, sack races, greasy pig,
greasy pole climb, three-legged race,
pitch-and-putt, ping-pong throw and
apple bobbing.
It is expected that many families will
bring picnic suppers to be eaten on the
grounds or will purchase food at the
booths to be in operation.
The celebration is being sponsored by
Eden Jaycees with assistance from oth
er community organizations. J. Paul
Kitchens, manager of the Karastan Rug
Mill, is general chairman for the Jaycees
with G. William Moore, president of
Fieldcrest Mills, Inc., as honorary chair
man of the community-wide event.
Pierre Cardin Designs For Fieldcrest
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, Construction of Eden’s new family-
?Pe YMCA will start within 10 days,
j' G-. Singleton, chairman of the build-
committee, said Friday.
C. Monroe Construction Co., of
J ^eensboro, is the general contractor
the new facility to be built on Ken-
Street. The contract calls for the
gilding to be completed within 10
Months.
.Groundbreaking ceremonies were held
, Ohday evening, June 15, when G. W.
i °ore, honorary chairman, W. D.
^shley, general chairman of the new
("ICA building project, and Tommy
, ^tiling, a youth representative, turned
® first shovels of dirt
addition to Mr. Moore and Mr.
“Ashley, Eden Mayor Jones W. Nor-
and several persons closely associ-
with the YMCAs and the building
Pd campaign, participated in the
'^bndbreaking ceremonies.
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The first bed and bath fashions by
Pierre Cardin, head of one of France’s
most illustrious couture houses, are
among the pacesetters in Fieldcrest’s
recently previewed collections for fall.
The exclusive Cardin designs, on dis
play in a specially constructed futur
istic capsule” in the New York show
room, offer a beguiling series of sur
prises within range of young home
makers pocketbooks.
The color coordinated collection,
which includes towels, sheets, pillow
cases, blankets, bedspreads, shower cur
tains and bath rugs, combines a feeling
of soft femininity with a contemporary
look that is so right for the varied at
titudes of today’s woman.
„ The Cardin designs, called “Floriale”,
Vis a Vis” and “Ronde”, are youth
fully exhuberant interpretations of
stylized flowers and undulating geome
tries. Of the soft, flowing, colorful pat
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PIERRE CARDIN
    

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