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THE KINGS MOWn^N
| HERALD 1
Coll Society Editor, House 3!
Miss Martha Frances McGlll is o:
a buying trip in New York, (or Kec
ter's Department Store.
Joyce Owens. 10-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Owen
of Bessemer City and granddaughte
of Mrs- Minnie H. Crawford is a pa
tient in Gaston Memorial hospital
recuperating from pneumonia am
Mrs. Craig Falls underwent a toi
sillectomy on Tuesday at Memoria
hospital in Gastonia.
Mrs. J. C. Kellei is some better af
ter having been ill for three weeks
Mrs. Luther S. Morrison has re
turned to her home. after havini
been a patient in Shelby hospital.
Mrs. Lindsay McMackln under
went an operation on Monday a
T ,Jy~r Ho?nU?l In Charlotte
Mr. and Mrs. George Lacy of AI
bany, Ga., have returned to thei
horan after visiting for some tim<
at the home of their daughter, Mrs
Bill Davis and Mr. Davis.
CLUB N< TES .
ACS or CtUM
Mrs. William Craig was hoetesi
when the Ace of Clubs met las
Only members were present ' anc
Mrs. Aubrey Mauney won higl
A refreshing salad course waj
served after the games.
The Fortnighters club met las
Friday at the home of Mn. Dor
B lan ton.
MflL LaOU Haim eh held high scon
for the session and was presented i
Mrs. Halbert Web bwas club guesi
for the afternoon.
-At the conclusion of play, Mrs
Blanton served a tasty desert cour
Mrs. E. W. Griffin was hostess t<
members and guests of the Adelphi
an club at her home la!st Thursday
Colorful flowering plants and lov<
ly arrangement of yellow bell an4
breath-of-sprlhg were used in th<
Before the rook games started
~ Mrs. Griffin served unusually pleas
ing refreshments in two courses.
Score prizes were won by Mrs
Lawrence Mauney and Mrs. Tec
Guest players for the evening
were Mrs. Walter Dllling and Mrs,
After the game, a brief business
seslon was held, during which
plans were made for the purchase
of new cards for the club.
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V ' X COUPLES
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomson
? were hosts last Thursday evening to
members of the Couples club.
Scores are kept for a six week peiii8p|(fl8SII6S6IS68j88il^6
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HERALD, Thursday, Jan. 16, 1947
t nounoe the birth
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fl^rlod and this meeting being the
one terminating a playing period, Hai
prizes were awarded to high scorers
Mrs. Charles Thomasson and
s Drace Peeler and low scorers Mrs. Good stoc
r Bobby Suber and Dan Finger. . ...
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Finger were Limited
I guests of the evening. KELLEY
j At the conclusion of play, a delic- Fair atrwl
lous dessert course was served.
The Tuesday Bridge club was ReadY-mi:
entertained this week at the home Stove mai
of Mrs. J. A. Neisler.
Lovely arrangement of gladioli, Limited 8i
. snapdragons, and carnations added Limited s
charm and color to the playing
rooms. Good grai
* When scores were tallied, Mrs. J. w.|_i ?
A. Kiser was given a prize for high
scoring guest and Mrs. Hunter SIMOND
Neisler was awarded the high score RUBBER1
prize for members. Mrs. Booth Gil- _
, lespie won the cons iation trophy.
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1 ArglTffeBtler served thiraM>.T IW V"* " ^|Va""onI?'
tasty refreshments in two courses.
Guests, other than'regular mem- Three all,
bers, included Mrs. J. A. Riser, Mr* 0rl_
' Fred Plonk, Mrs. Booth Gillespie and 1? i?
Mrs. Jacob P. Mauney. only
The Study club will meet next *
Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the
J home of Mrs. Haywood E. Lynch.
The program will be under the diI
rection of Mrs. E. W. Griffin.< mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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