W*4k, the patron* and friends of
F?ft Kings Mountain school are lnk
VItad to viAit the school thia evening
W at 0 o'clock. A special program ha*
Members of Miss Jettte Plonk't 3rd
grade will give the devotional. B. N.
Barnes, superintendent of the city
school*, will be the guest speaker. i
UKpi outstanding feature of the ev.1
en lag will be a playlet "Ahd *1* '
Stars Heard" presented by the sixth |
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HAGUE* 5-10c STORE
. ARE NEW AND I
make your holidays mor
must know in advance t<
vice possible. Make you
Mrs. J. B. Fa
went to war back
aids for preparing
duction and off th?
ties, of course, but
Cook the Scientil
ing by old method*
Howard Sales C<
For a demonstra
write Howard Sale
use the telephone.
lf|c -vj Box 688, Kings M(
.Vi* ' -
tloa of Mil* lUBi Pattersoa. TT
music la the play will be songs ft
offaith and hope and love for Ami
lea. Theae musical numbers will 1
rendered by the East School Q1
Club accompanied by Mi?* Mary L?o'
BettSs, public school music supervise
After the program, the visitors /
be invited to the beautiful new cal
teria for a social hour. At the clo
of this hour, they will be directed
the classrooms and there they will 1
received by the class room teach
and student hostesses.
Home Economics Club
To Be Organized Here
Next week a Home Economics Cli
will be organized at the Central HiSchool
with Mrs. Dan Finger' aeti'
as its advisor. The club's name w
be "FHiture Homemakers of Amer
ca." It will affiliate with the N
tional Club and carry out the pre
eots set up by the National organiz
tion. One of the major projects i
the club for 1946 will be food nrervation
for war torn countries. A1
it will carry on projects for the be
efit of the school community.
Regular meetings will be held twi
MATTERING .... will
e carefree .... but we
r) give you the best serr
an utensils, including Scie:
in 1941 and until recently
tasty vegetables and meat
-Ware is back again now,
there'll be more coming.
1c Way. One-third of food
t. Save this waste by using
>mpany is now ready to s<
tion of these sets of alum:
s Company, Box 588, Kii
We shall see yon at your <
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bntors, Scientific Health-"^
rant&in, N. 0.
iir iiitf ifwrir ifctfiirt
M ?j80 until 8 The one requirement foe I
jjl ioesubersbip 1* that the girt mvt I
have been at eoroe time enrolle<l in a 1
^ Home Economic* elaw. Thia club win I
give the high *chool girl a chance to I
ee participate in the rebuilding of war I
1 r i torn conntrie* as well as a chance to I
j prepare her*elf for her future job I
,'e I as n "Future Homemaker of Amer- I
be! American Legion Aux.
er Met Thursday Night
| The American Legion Auxiliary of I
the Oti* D. Oreen Post, No. 185 met I
at the home of Mrs. Paul Mauney I
I Thursday night, Nov. 8, at 7:30.
Mrs. Mauney, Auxiliary presiden*,
having been called to Lumberton on
1 account of illness of her husband, ha<l
i lier daughter, Mrs. Maynard Snow
J'jand her mother, Mrs. Fleming Tlam;
seur, as acting hostesses.
'* | Mrs. Ruth Gamble, past president,
J presided. The meeting was opened
| with salute to the Flag ami reading
\ of Preamble.
Routine business was transacted
I and plans made for local child welso
i fare case.
j Communications from Department
| stating objectives for coming year
were read and discussed.
? Membership chairman reported 100
percent membership as of last year.
Two new members were welcomed at
The Auxiliary plans to cooperate
with the Legion in their Christmas
presentation of gifts to the Yanks
who gave. an>l the program center1
od around this thought.
The hostesses serve.1 a delicious
sweet course and a social half hour
Mrs. L. It. Noah of Burlington is
visiting Mrs. E. A. Shenk this week.
Miss Jackie Falls, Miss Avis Warlick
and Miss Pat Ballard spent the
week-end with Miss Emelyn Gillespie
at Salem college in Winston-Salem.
While there, they attended the college
dance on Saturday night. Miss
Gillespie will spend the Thanksglving
holidays here with her grandmother,
Mrs. W. S. Dilling. She is
expected to arrive next Wednesday..
Mrs. W. F. Brewer and son, Billy,
arrived in Kings Mountain Saturday:
from Patterson, Calif., to spend some
time with Mrs. Brewer's mother, Mrs
C. E. Xeisler, while Commander'
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? VU a WDIKVU frV AW?/Wi
Mrs. Brewer and son were accompanied
to Kings Mountain by Lt. Robert
Brewer who reported to Norfolk, Va.,
M Station on Monday.
' these exceptional
;s were out of pro
in limited quantiis
wasted in cook*
Lnum ware, either
lgs Mountain, or
Phone 208-J I
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