If SOCIAL AND PSBSONi
1 II of INTEREST
; PHONES: House 189; Ofl
Mrs. Blakely Hostess
At Home Arts Meeting
On Tuesday afternoon of last week,
Mrs. W. E. Blakely was hostess to
members of the Home Arts club. The
meeting rooms were beautiful with
bowls of chrysanthemums and roses
used as a decorative note.
Mrs. Don Blanton presided and J(*8
J. E. Hernjion had charge of a most
.. interesting program on "ThanksgivThe
hostess served a delicious salad
and sweet course at the conclusion
of the program.
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3:00?Party for Mn. J. W. Timber
lake, Jr., at Woman's club ?Mrs.
Haywood E. Lynch, hostess.
3:00?Meeting of Executive Committee?Woman's
4:00?Woman's Club meeting ?Woman's
7:00-10:30 ? Youth Center?Mrs.
Joe Neialer, Mrs. Humes Houston?
3:00?Tuesday Afternoon Bridge
club?Mrs. Halbert Webb.
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Tha Colonel Fredsrfek ' Hambright
Chapter of the Daughter* of the Aneriean
Bevolation met on Wedaee*
lay afternoon at the Woman's elub
house with Mr*. J. T. Pharr of Gro
ver as hostess.
Mrs. J. 8. Norman, regent, presid
Dd The meeting was opened with I
prayer by Mrs. Arthur Hay, chap
lain. Those present gave the Flag sa
lute and sang two verses of '' Phi
Star Spangled Banner" led by tb.
The program, which was arrange^
by Mrs. Frank Summers, was presei
ted by Mrs. Luther Harmon. One o:
the articles read was entitled, "For
eign Fields That Are Forever Amer
ica" and told of the care and up
keep of the cemetaries where th<
fallen heroes of World Wars I an'
II ar? buried. Tbe article was aecon
panied by photographs taken of then
During the business meeting, th
ladies made plans to send a bounti
fully parked Christmas box to thei
"Adopted L. C. I. Seaman." }
Christmas box. will also be sent t<
the "Becker Girl" at Crossnore am
a collection of used clothing will bi
ready for shipment to Crossnore b]
December 1st for use as the achou
authorities see fit.
Mrs. Pharr, assisted by friend1
from Grover, served a delicious salai
Miss Ware Wed To
Hunter Spearman Sunday
Miss Catherine Ware became thi
bride of Hunter Spearman in a love
ly home ceremony Sunday afternooi
it the residence of her_ grandmother
Mrs. B. G. Barber, on Battlegrounc
avenue, where she had resT3ed"~"Slnci
Rev. Camp officiated, using thi
double ring ceremnnyfThe vows weri
spoken in the it-?* room before
background of ivy, white ,chrysanthe
mums and candelabra holdinf lights*
tapers. Only memt?PTr"of the twi
families were pfesent.
The bride wore a light blue woo
ensemble with black accessories an.
a shoulder bouquet of sweetheart ro
ses. She is the daughter of Mr. Franl
Ware and the late Ava Barber War
She was graduated from the King
Mountain high school in 1944.
The bridegroom is the son of Mi
and Mrs. Charles Spearman of thi
city. 8ince his graduation from th
Beth-Ware high sehool in the eprln
of tbia year, he has been located a
Camp Blanding, Fla.
Immediately following, the eer<
mony, the eouple left for a short we
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uiug trip Aiier wuicu IDey Will miK
their home at Camp Blandlng, Fla.
Woman's Olnb To Hear
Mrs. Harold 0. Dwelle
On Friday afternoon at 4 o'eloel
at the Club honae, the Woman's elu!
will have the honoi^ of hearing Mrs
Harold C. Dwelle, director of th
Mint Mnaenm in Charlotte and form
er president of the Kings Mountah
Woman's club, speak at the clnb'
regular monthly meeting. Mrs
Dwelle will discuss the program o'
the Mint Museum for the eomin;
Mrs. E. A. 8henk, president, aski
hat as many members as possible at
tend this meeting.
Immediately following the program
there will be an informal tea honor
ing Mrs. Dwelle.
(Attention is also called to th<
meeting of the executive committei
at 3 o'clock on Friday at the clul
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Mr*. H. T. Faltoa, Sr., wqas hostess!
, to member* of ths Thursday After-1
, noon Book elub and invited guest-.
. last week at her home.
Mrs. O. C. O'FarreD, vice president
. presided in the absence of Mr*. P.
I' D. Patrick, president. Mr*. W. W.
i Tolleson was in charge of the
. | Thanksgiving program.
>' The hoetes* served chicken salaa
, with accessories and a sweet eonrse.
i Mr. Stender, Mrs. Mauney
*, To Speak At Church Meets
" j Rev. W. H.% Stender, Mrs. 8. A.
Mauney, and Mrs. Aubrey Mauney'
will leave Friday morning to attend
J two Conference meetings of^ the Women's
Missionary Society of the N.
1 C. Lutheran Synod, including the
B Northern Conference meeting at Rock
well on Friday, and the Southern Coo
eiference at St. James' Church, Cabarrus
County, on Saturday. Mr.
r; Stender and Mrs. Aubrey Mauney
L 1 will speak at the meetings.
Mr. Stender's subject will be "A
*| Cure For a Sick World." Mr* Mann.
e ey, president of the State Mission'
ary organisation, will discuss business
1 matters recently approved by the Executive
' Lutheran women from this secfiotf
1 are expected to attend the Saturday
meeting in large numbers.
Bride of Sunday Feted
At Prenuptial Shower
9 Mrs. Alvln Yarborough and Mrs.
Leonard Ware honored Miss Kather1
ine Ware, bride-elect of Sunday, at a
' miscellaneous shower at her home on
' Grover road last Wednesday night.
9 Lovely arrangements of chrysanthemums
and roses were used in the
9 receiving rooms where games and
f contests were played during the ey'
oning. One of the games was a very
" interesting one which, when worked
1 out, disclosed the wedding date of
9 the bride-elect. Prizes were awarded
Mrs. Eugene Gibson. Mrs. Geneva
9 Wells, Mrs. Louise Martin and Miss
9 Helen Bob>^. These wieners presented
their prizes to the honoree.
1 Mrs. Yarborough and Mrs. Ware
9 assisted by Mrs. Louise Martin, serv1
ed a sandwich and sweet course with
Bussian tea. The bride-elect's plate
r* was beautifully marked with a cor*
sage of pink rose buds.
e After the delicious refreshments
8 were served, Miss Ware was asked to
wind a snool of thread to find her
treasure. She received many beautl?"
ful and useful gifts.
^ About 22 friends of tbe bonoree
* were present.
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la a ceremony of beautiful aimpllci
ty, Mim Kathryn Miller became the
bride of Doyt Taylor on 8aturday,
November jlOth at York, 8. C. at the
home of Jqdge E. Oettis Nunn.
The bride wae lovely In a woolen
coetume of light blue with white acceeeoriee
and wore a shoulder bouquet
of white chrysanthemums.
Miss Virginia Cpllender, the bride's
only attendane, wore a blue ensemble
with white accessories and a corsage
of orchid chrysanthemums.
Biehard Price was the bridegroom.'s
Mrs. Taylor is the oldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Oarland Miller of
Boute 1, Kings Mountain.
Mr. Taylor was discharged upon
his recent arrival from the European
Theater of Operations where he had
served for 2 years. He received the
following medals while in service for
over three years: Purple Heart, Qool
Conduct, ETO ribbon, and a Presiden
tial citation. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hunter Taylor, also of route
1, Kings Mountain. i
Following the return of the young
couple and and their attendants from
York, the bride's parents entertain
ed the wedding party, relatives and
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ciose menus at a weddiBg dinner
given at their home.
Miss Arthur Elected
To T. W. C. A. Office
Miaa Marion Arthur, sophomore at
Brenan College, Gainsville, Ga. has
been elected secretary of the Junior
T. W. C. lA. there. This is a position
of honor as the organization is of
the top-ranking ones on Brenau campus.
Miss Arthur, a popular student and
a pledge of Phi Mu National Social
8orority, is the daughter of Mr. anil
Mrs. J. H. Arthur of this city.
Edgar Cooper Accepts
Rev. Edgar Cooperv son of Dr. and
Mrs. E. C. Cooper, has- accepted a
call to serve as pastor of New Hanover
Lutheran church, New Hanover,
Pa., and he will assume his duties
there December 1.
Rev. Cooper was ordained into the
Lutheran ministry on October 30, fol
lowing his graduation at Mt. Air?
Lutheran Seminary, Philadelphia, Pa.
He is a graduate of Lenolr-Rhyne
collevp st HIAnim
Dr. and Mri. Cooper attended their
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Of much interest to their many
friends is ths announcement of tits
marriage of Miss Both fiantt to Do- .
rio B. Cole on Tueaday, Not. Oth. Ths
wedding took plsce st York, 8. C^
with Judge E. Q. Nunn offleisting. vVThe
bride was becomingly attire<t
in s gown of blsek velvet wlthblM*
accessories. She wore a shoulder boa- ,
qaet of lovely Sweetheart roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Cole, both formerly
, of 'Kings Mountain, are making their
| home in Charlotte.
| Lt. and Mrs. George Plonk announce
the birth of a daughter, Margaret
JulettO) on' October 31st. Mrs.
Plonk, the former Miss Margaret
t Cooper, and daughters are making
. their home in Kings Mountain at
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Tex Bitter - Dave O'Brien
With Noah Berry, Jr.
Cartoon - Serial - Short
MONDAY . TUESDAY
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"Banjo On My Knee"
with Barbara Stanwyck .
Nov. 21 . 22
"Senorita From The
with Allan Jonee
with Tim McCoy
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