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MEETING OF ADELPHIAN CLUB |
Mm. C. W. Harper was hostess to]
members of the Adelphlan Club and1
a number of Invited guests entertain i
lug at ber home on West Gold streo
laat Thursday afternoon.
Chrysanthemums were effectively
used In decorations In the rooms
where tables were arranged for rook
At the conclusion ot the game a
delicious salad with accompaniments
of sandwiches and a sweet:
co us re was served.
Those playing were Mesdamcs
Harold Crawford. Byron Keeter, S.
R. Suber. Pride Ratterree, Troy Car*
pouter, Joe Thomson. L C. Parson
K. A. HarrlU. Arthur Hay, W. A.j
mmiiuui. miiriuumui, u. >t
Baker ?. C. Mauney. W K. Mauney,!
R. L. Mauney, C. B Netoler, Lloyd!
Mlnch, J O. Plonk.''J. B. Anthony;
and J. G. Hord. Mrs. O O Jackson
and Mrs Howard Jackson came In
ivr ivhwhi^mw.
MISS COLLINS HONORED
Friends of Miss Sara Collins, a for
mer Kings Mountain girl, will be Interested
to know that she In to he
listed in Who's Who among Colleges
and Universities for 1938-39.
In order to be included in Who'.*
Who. according to announcement
from Asheville Normal, where Miss
Collins is president of the sludeiu
body, a student , must have the combination
-of qualities of character.
.. scholarship, leadership and potential
of future usefulness to business and
society.
Miss Collins is a daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Collins, and
a graduate of Kings Mountain High
School. r
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
RHONE 114
dew Playing ? THURSDAY
Preston Foster in
"THE WESTLAND
CASE
also
Bob Steel In
"THE BORDER
PHANTOM**
Serial ? News
Only A Dime
FRIDAY A SATURDAY
John Carroll and Movlta In
"ROSE OF THE RIO
GRAND"
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Bob Baker In
"THE SINGING
OUTLAW"
Flash Gordon and Cartoon
. 10c and 15c
MONDAY A TUESDAY
Frederic March and Virginia
Bruce In
"THERE GOES MY
HEART" .
>, Also Latest News ,:
"It's Plenty Good"
10c and 15c .
COMING NEXT THURSDAY
Big Thanksgiving
?SPECIAL?
"LETTER OF
INTRODUCTION"
Charlie McCarthy
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\ND PERSONAL HAPPE
REST to
IND 88 MRS. A. H. PAT
ENTERTAIN8 STUDY CLUB
AND QUESTS
M.rs. \V. T. Woir entertained mem
berg of the Study Club and a numbei
of invited guests at Uer home 01
Railroad Avenue Tuesday evening.
The rooms oT tbe home wen
thrown en-suite and arranged witl
Oolorful chrysanthemums and othei
flowers.
Mrs. C. W. Harper had charge o
an Interesting program, featuring ?
talk on Canada and Canadian cus
toins by Mr W. K Tummon wh<
has been Ut' Kings Mountain fo;
sometime. Mr. Tunmon was Intro
ducod by Mrs M A. Ware.
A reading on "Thanksgiving'.' b]
[E.IJ .Ml.I I.IIIIIUIJII lUIUilUIMi IUI
program.
Ou arrival. the guests were serve!
a delicious chicken salad course witl
accessories, followed by ice crean
and cake.
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Dr. and Mra. John Standing Noi
man. ot Kings Mountain and Gas
ton la, have announced the engage
mont of their daughter. N'an, to Di
Daniel NI veil Stewart, of ltlckor>
The wedding will be. an event c
the late winter.
Miss Norman is pleasantly renter
bered In Kings Mountain, where sh
spent a. part of her girlhood, whei
her father was a practicing, physic
an here and the announcement u
her engagement, will bo receive
with Interest.
Dr. Stewart is the son of Mr. an
Mrs. D. N. Stewart of Itale|gh.
HONORED AT PARTY
Mrs. L. P. Hater. Jr., was hono
guest at a lovely party given at th
home of her sister, Mrs. Charle
Campbell Friday evening with Mn
Ermon Martin, Miss Vick Hughe
and Mss. Campbell as hostesses.
Lovely fall flowers were used 1
decoration and the Thanksgiving m
tlf suggested in the delicious saia
and sweet course which was aerve<
Those 'present included Mesdame
Jacob Cooper., J. E Anthony. Hai
old Hhnnlcutt, Bill Baker, M. J
Ware. O. 0. O'Farrell. J. B. Thon
aason, D. Coforth, G D. Harabrlgh
P. D. Herndon H.T Fulton. N. I
McCIU. W. G. ilughes. J. M. Patte
son, ?. u. fioukt, r; i? t ampoeu. trc
don Hughes, Jr., and. It. P. Baker, J
CIRCLES MEET
Circle Number One of Cent it
Methodist church met at the hom
of Mrs. J D. HuUend'?r ou Monda
afternoon with Mrs. Charles Hullet
tier, Mrs. Clyde llullender aiul Mn
J. I?. Hullender as hostesses.
Mrs. Lester Hoke, the leader, pr<
giced and Mrs K W; Griffin led th
c'.evot.'ouul service. M.iv.L. L. Ale:
under preset:!*' i the B-hle Study ill
incst interesting way.
""Delicious refreshments were Bt-T
. d during the. social hour.
Mrs. I rt. G-sforth. was hostess l
;FOSTER'S
SPECIALIZE IN
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Prompt Service
Expert Workmanship
Quality Materials
Reasonable Prices
Let Us Serve You
POSTER'S SHOE
SERVICE
Phone 154
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members of her circle on Monday
afternoon. Mrs. C. W. Harpor, the
leader, presided and also conducted
r tho devotional. The Ulble Study waa
l presented by Mra. H. T. Fulton.
During the social hour the hostess
? served {empting refreshments.
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r BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Falls announce
f the birth of a daughter, Carolyn
t Frat, on October 23rd.
Personals
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Imr. i win nvairiUT 01 i.inioillton'
ha* beeu visiting relatives here. I
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Mrs. J. K Maucy left Sunday for |
I a two week's visit with relatives in I
, Florida. I
* (Mr. W. C. War lick of Biuefleld. W.
Va.. was a guest of relatives and
friends in Kings Mountain last week
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Falls and chll
dren of Asheville spent Friday in
* Kings Mountain.
r' Mr. and Mrs. Kay Dixon of Gas- ]
1 tonia were visitors lu Kings Moun{
tain Sunday.
I _oMr.
and Mrs. A. K. Cllne left Tues
j day for Miami, Florida, to spend the
, winter.
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Little Miss Shirley Watson Of
j Boone spent the week-end with her
aunt, Mrs. Clyde Cole and family. '
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Mr. Sam Howell underwent an operation
in City Hospital, Gastonia,
r Monday.
8 Miss Martha Frances McGlll spent
' the week-end with relatives In Mt.
8 Holly.
n Mr. Herbert Plonk of Raleigh
0 spent the week-end here with home
a folks. <
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18 Mr. John Plonk visited his uncle,
^ Mr. J. C. Plonk at Hickory last Sunu
day.
' iMjT. and Mrs.-E. \V. Blanton had aa
* thhlr mtocf a Mr ?> n<l Mm I **
Dw</e?v i>* t M ??v* i?I?0. ??. *J
r' Thomas of Charlotte last Monday
"" evening.
Miss Ruth Moore has returned to
the Ansell Beauty Shoppe after a
il twcweeks illness at her home at
e Marshvllle.
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i- (Mrs. F. E. Finger spent last week
i. at .Southport where she -vyas called
cn account of the critical illness of
s- her sister, Mrs. Frank. Plaxico.
c- Mr. and Mrs. Wright Harmon had
a a? their guests Sunday evening Mrs.
Theodore Foglcinan atul Mr. Carl
Met'raw of Charlotte.
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Mr. and Mrs. James Howell had as
o, their guest Friday night the tatter's .
mother, Mrs. W. E. Carroll of Crow
! der's Mountain,
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Mr. ByrOn' Keeter has returned
. from New York and Baltimore where
he bought fall and winter merchandise
for Keeter's Department Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Neisler were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Menzies
of Hickory, during the past weekend.
' Mrs. Lee Harmon and Miss Virgin
Harmon were guests of Mrs. Frank
Goforth and Miss Louise Goforth
Monday.
Miss May Plonk and Mr. J. Calvin
Plonk went to Charlotte Tuesday to
visit their mother. Mrs. R. S. Pronk
who Is taking treatment at the Presbyterian
Hospital.
* Bill Davis, student at Oak Ridge
Military School and George Shipp of
Newton, a fellow student, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. R
Davis.
Mrs. C. W. E-lankenship and sor
Alan Watts, of Augusta. Qa.. were
the weeto-enci guests of Mrs. Blank
enshlp's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Oault.
Mrs. B. A. Murray is still very ill
at Duke Hospital and while his condition
is extremely critical, his
family and physcians still have hope
for his recovery.
Misses Martha Sue Murphy an)
Evelyn Owens entertained1 a few of
their friends with a party at the
home of the former Saturday night.
Cake and ice cream was served. '
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Mrs. Clav Poston of Shelby, nee
Miss Pnie Nell Houser, of Kings
Mountain, who has been critically
ill In the Shelby Hospital since last
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tHUHSDAY, NOV. 17. iMt
Thursday, Is somewhat Improved.
The Woman's Missionary Societ]
if the Wesleyan church are having i
uulltlng at the parsonage Thursda]
afternoon. 'All people who know how
10 use a needle are asked to attend
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Mr. und Mis. Claude Tedder o!
Oal. joro spent the week-end it
IClnga uaiti. Mrs. Tedder a men
tier of the Onkboro school 1 acuity
was before marriage, Mlas Nell Hay
>a of this place.
Miss Bstelle Barber who has be.:
connected with the Carolina Cute
eft Sunday for Kannapolls wher<
the has accepted a similar position
Vfiss Barber's place has been filled
>y Mtb. Floyd Payne.
Mr. und Mrs. B. 8. Nelll. Buren, Jr,
tubert und Duvld Nelll. are on a
wo week's trip to Texas. Mr. Nelll
vent especially to attend the Bank
rs Convention in Houston. Texas,
md the family w ill visit' relatives In
Tyler, Texas.
Mrs W A Thoinasson and sons
Silly and Bdgar Lee, of Charlotte,
Him ll Hi ii mi ii I ^IiV.s.is. W ijif
Hmmon of Kings Mountain. Mr
tfaruion of Shelby were recenl
meat* of Mr. and Mrs. John Mara
uih of Morganton.
M,-a. Mue Walker and Mra. Goldli
Mcjianiel were olnt hostesses at i
bridal shower In honor of Mrs. Grac<
Thomas Huffman and Mrs. Bertha
Bskew Williams at the home of Mrs
Walker on last Friday evening. Th<
brides were the recipients of man;
lovely gifts.
Mrs. Seaford Jackson and Mlai
Virginia Lee Jackson of rollings
wood. New Jersey, Mr. Robert Kra
mer of Philadelphia and Mr. Joht
Brasford of Massachusetts. wer<
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Seaford Jack
son. Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stev
art for the week-end..
Home Air Conditioning
Held Benefit To Women
New York. Nov. 14.?(IPS).?Wo
men's housework tn the next 21
years will be halved when air con
dltionlng lu homes gets In full stridt
acoordug to Lin M. Butler, air flltei
expert here.
Speaking of the new-aircondltlon
ing Industry, virtually unknown un
til a few years, ago, Mr. Butler said
"The growing popularity of al
conditioning in the home mean
more bouses that look and' are mucl
cleaner with leas effort lu fewe
house-deantne hours on the nan r
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the homemaker. I predict that 1
20 years thanks to air condltionlni
dusting *111 more nearly be a weel
1> chore than the dally drudger
that It is today." . ^
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FARM QUESTIONS
i Q.?Is It profitable to grade eggs
t before marketing?
A.?Bgg grading is uot only practical
and profitable, but it soon will
t be an absolute necessity If tile egg
1 'ndustry is to go ahead. The pur'!
~h; ng public Is beginning to de.
in; .id a quality graded egg and the
p'icducer must, sooner or later, familiarize
himself with standard egg
trades and quality us a producer or
i ;uch a product. Not only do eggs
, or <known grade command the high
i price on all markets, but the gradi
lng gives the producer an opportuinl
Ity to cull his flock to better advantage
and save only those hens that
are producing the best eggs.
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