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Invitations To BridgesFranklin
Wedding Issued
The following invitation ha* been
loaned thia week:
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marcna Franklin
requett the honour of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Pearl Edith
to
Mr. Joseph Cleophus Bridges
On Friday the twent-fourth of May
at six o 'dock
First Baptist Church
Kings Mountain, North Carolina
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THEATRE
THURSDAY '
"Up Goes Maizie"
Ann Sotham - George Murphy
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Don bin Feature
"Close Call For Boston
"Blackie"
Cheater Morris - Richard Xeme
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"Strange
Impersonation"
Brands Marshall
William Gargan
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Double mature
"Gunning
For Vengeance"
Chart* gtarrett - Phyllis Adair
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"Notorious Lone Wolf
Oscald Koto - Juris Outsr
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'Road To Utopia"
Bob Hop*, Bine Crosby
Dorothy Lumoi.
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"And Then There Were
None"
Barry Ftescorald
Wattu Hasten
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iL HAPPENINGS
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Mrs. Gtoforth Is Honored
At Lovely Birthday Party
Airs. Bessie Usntt entertained at
{a delightful party on Monday night,
April 30th, honoring Mrs. &. D. Ooforth
on her birthday. The party
rooms were charming with roses and
other colorful flowers used as decoration.
Rook was played at two tables
while bridge was in play at two othera.
Mrs. Yates Throneburg was winner
of high score rook prise and
Miss Leone Patterson won high score
prise at bridge.
Mrs. Oantt presented the honoree
a beautifully decorated birthday
cake with candles' which was then
eut and served with delicious ice
. cre?iu.
( The hosteis, guests and other
I friends presented Mrs. Goforth 19
. pieces of crystal in her chosen pattern.
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The guests included Mesdasnes Goforth,
Ben Beam, Yates Throneburg,
I H. B, Patron, B. G. Plonk, Boyer
' Murrey, Lynwood Parton, James Mer
cer, Bill Boss, Marshal Heavener,
Misses Netta Bowers and Leone Patterson.
Home Arts Club Met
t R&tterree Home
Mrs. Bright Batterree was hostess
to members of the Home Arts elub
on Tuesday afternoon at her home on
Mountain street.
The meeting, rooms- were- bright with
numerous arrangements of lovely
peonlas, sweet-peas, roses and
Dutch iris in various colors.
Mrs. J. E. Herndon presided over
a short business session. The meeting
was then turned over to Mrs. I* P.
Baker, program chairman. Mrs. Bill
Craig took part on the program and
gave a thorough discussion of "The
Holy Grail," pointing ont the artistic
and scientific nature of the
legendary hold vessel
Following the program, Mrs. Batterree,
assisted by Mrs. P. D. Herndon
and Mrs. John Gamb]e served a
lelertable course of frosen fruit salad
with sandwiches a fruit drink
'olloweH by cup cakes.
The meeting was well attended.
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7:30?Msrthcw BlU|( club ?Mia* '
Helen Kam?*y, hostess.
7:45 ? Bridge party? Ur*. Jou
Neisler, Mr*. J. W. Timberlake, Jr. '
hostesses at Dogwood.
FRIDAY?
3:00?Party ? Mr#. Joo Neisler,
Mr*. J. W. Timberlake, Jr., -hostes*e*
at Dogwood.
SATURDAY?
7:00-10:30 ? Youth Center? Wo,
man'a elab.
8:00?Thursday Natch club ? Mr*.
Dan Fingar boat*** at L. A. Hoke
home.
MONDAY?
8:00?Mo*i? Radial ? High school
auditorium.
TUESDAY?
3:00 ? Tueiday Afternoon elab ? ,
Mr*. Buth Ormand hostess.
Locpl Members Attend
District UDO Meeting
Several local ladle* attended the
3rd Diatriet meeting of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy which
was held in Charlotte on Wednesday
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Methodlit church. The member* of
General June* H. Lane chapter of
Charlotte served as hostesses to the
visiting delegate*.
Mr*. Thome* H. Williams, general .
chairman was in charge of the meet- '
ing. The speaker of the day was the
division president, Mrs. Paul Lam- <
bert Borden of Goldtboro. Her sub- i
ject was "Highlights of Our Work." ,
The welcome address was given by |
Mr*. John Newitt of Charlotte. Mrs.
Tom Craig responded on behalf of j
the visiting chapters. Report* were
given from each chapter in the die- j
trict which was represented. Those |
reporting were delegates from .Con- j
cord, Kamnapolls, Llneolnton, Shelby, 1
.qaetertm, Slags- Moan tain and Char-',
lotte. Mrs. Bill Howard gave the report
from the local chapter.
following the meeting, the host ,
chapter served a nice luncheon to ]
delogatee and offieera attending.
Local members attending were Mrs
Howard, Mrs. Andrew MeQlll, Mrs.
P. D. Herndon and Mrs. W. A Rldenhonr.'
Mrs. Mercer Is Hostess
Honoring Mrs. Hand all
Mrs. James Meretr was hostess on
Friday night at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Plonk, paying
compliment to Mrs. Talmadge
Randall of Hickory.
Bowls of lovelv roiift decorated the.
] rooms where bridge wss in' play at
three tables and rook ot one. The
honoree ' plaee was marke4 with
corsage ef. s# wofohad*. --Jfe ;?: */&..
Miss Leone Patterson win high
score at bridge and Miss Saralee Herrill
won second high. Mr% , Carroll
Barnes was high scorer at rook. Each
received a ldvely prise."'
The hosess's gift to the honoree
was silver in her chosen attorn.
Mrs. Mercer also presented Miss Har
rill an honor gift.
A delieions salad coarse and frait
drink was served. Baited nuts were
served daring the evening.
The gneets included Mrs. Randall,
Miss Harrill, Mrs. Lornwood Parton,
Mrs. L. M. Logan, Mrs. Nina P. Welch,
Mrs Bruce IfeDaniel, Mrs. Ertls
Powers, Mrs Clyde Kearhs, Mrs. Car
roll Barnes, Mrs.Clarence Plonk, jr.,
Mrs. John Cheshire, Miss Leone Patterson,
Miss Margaret Cornwall, -rise
Nancy Nichols and Miss Mary Frances
Oantt. '
Jr. Woman's Club
In Business Tfaatfng
.Thel Junior Women's elub was in
west on Monday night at the elah
building with ' Mrs. Lynwood Parton,
'president In charge of the basin ess
meeting whleh included n number of
items for discussion.
New committees were ' appointed to
3|v4 the elub this year. Oma eoeittee
will select a suitable gift fft
the Senior Woman's eWb.
The North Carolina Federation of <
Women's clnbe was announced to \
meet In Greensboro on May 20, SO, <
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pointed delegate to thi? eonventloa.
Mr*. Charter Alexander' la alternate.
Mrs. Parton will alto attend ae delegate.
, Plana were began for a banquet J
card party to M held ia Jnne.
Bias Betty Grantham Joined the ?
elab at the '"^eting. Kra. Grady Yet, J
tea wan a victor.
' Mfca Martha PrneOe MeOill and \
Hiaa Helen Bameey, who w?re hew <
teaeeiC nerved lee ereaai, eookiee and <
eeffee at the eoaetatoa of bariaaag J
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Mil Monday Afternoon
The l*hi .TEeradee airele of the i
flrat Beptlet ehnreh met oa Monday ]
aftoraooa at the tiae of Mra. ? ]
gran LtpCerd and Idaa Margaret Kna J
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Dogwood To Bo Scene
Of Series Of Parties
Mr*. Joe NeUler ud her daughter,
Mr?. J. W. Timberteke, Jr., of lit. 1
Holly will fnlertaia at a eerie* of '
three partlee this week at tke lovely '
Nelaler hone, Dogwood.
There will be- a luncheon Thureday 1
at one o'elock and a bridge party
Thureday night. Triday afternoon the '
hoateeeee will entertain again.
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Mrs. Templeton Presents
Pupils In Music Becital
lira. Ton Tompletou will preaent
her nuaie pupil* in a recital on Men- )
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high school auditor!am.
The recital is the first of two to
be givta nekt week. The Monday
aight one will iaelnde only grammar
grade pupils. The high school pupils
wwlll be presented in recital later <
la the week.
The pnblio is invited to attend.
ktrs. Thomson Hostess |
To Tuesday Night Olub '
Mrs. Bill Thomson was hostess on
rnesday night to members of the
Tuesday night bridge slab and inrited
/nests at her home on Bidge
street.
Lovely spring flowers we<e need
in decorating the living room.
When scores were totaled the
high score prise was awarded Mrs.
Harry Page and prise for low weat
to Mrs. Jamee MeOUL
The hostess served-.t delicious fro,
tea'salad with accessories.
Onssts other than club members
were Mrs. Hat Plonk. Mrs. Jack
Drmand, Mrs. Harold Hnnnieutt end
Kiss Nell Hay er Baleigh, houseguests
of Miss Helen Hay.
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To Hmhwr Members
Miss I rut Allen wmt hostess on
rkursday tight to the member* of
the Mtrahew Bridge club et her
home on King atreet. The party
roomi were beautifully decorated
with numerous bowla of lovely rosea.
When acoree were totaled following
several progressions of bridge, Mrs.
loe Meddon waa awarded high acoro
Drise, Mise Helen Bamaey received
low ecore prise and Miss Bnth Randtil
won the floating prise.
The hottest served a delicious salad
tourse and pnneh.
Membera 8f the elub Include: Meslamea
Jqe Hedlon, David Saunders,
Jr., Robert Wren, Mlsaea Helen Ramsey,
Martha MeClaln, Eloniae Randall
Rath Randall and Irene Allen.
Mrs. Falls Unable To
Rare Dancing Classes
Mrs. Coman Falls will not hold any
daneing classes this week due to her
illness. Mrt. Fall* cays tnat unless |
pupQe are notified further, classes i
will be returned next week at usual, i
IMPERIAL
IT PLEASES US
TODAY . LAST SHOWING
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FRIDAY and SATUBpAY
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"Young Ideas"
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Lutheran chorek: honored their pea- v
tor, Rev. W. H. Stender dad Mn.
Stender at a dinner give* In the ehor
ch recreation room.
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The long dining table wm glowing
tight with a cover of ikhite linen
aet at interval# with bowle of
lovely yellow roaea and yellow irit,
interaperaod with oandepab+E ea*
with lighted green taper*.
A delleiooa fried chicken dinner
waa aerved after which, Mr*. - Carl
Moae, preaident of the Society, presented
Mr. and Mra. Stender a handhome
aterling allver vegetable dish
in appreciation for the aervicea rendered
during the first year of Mr.
Stender'a pastorate in the local
church.
Mr*. Stender'e mother, Mr*. Me*
Dougall of Columbia, 8. 0., *U a
special guest at the dinner.
THEATRE
TO PLEASE YOU *
MONDAY and TUBBDAT M
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