SOCIAL AND PERSONAL HAPPENINGS
of INTEREST to WOMEN !
MRS. P. D. HERNDON. Editor PHONE 167
Barbara Gault Hostess |
To Youth Council
The Youth Council, Central Metho- '
<Ki>t church, met Thursday, May 1.9,
at the home o f Barbara Gault, -with
13 present. . In .the absence of the
president, the vice-president. Barba
ra Gauit, presided. After a prayer,
the group discussed the MFY fund,
then the pastor talked with them a
bout going to Caqnp Asheltonia. The
council then made nominations for
new officers to be elected Sunday,
and appointed a program committee
for the month of June, with Jo Ann
Wright to serve as chairman. Other
routine business was discussed.
Following the singing of hymns,
the group went into the dining room
where' punch and cookies were ar
ranged on a candle- lit table. As a
surprise, a beautiful candle-lit birth
day cake was then brought in and
the group sang "Happy Birthday" to
Mrs, Baxter Payseur, teacher, as it
was the occasion o 1 her birthday. She
received a lovely vase as a gilt from
the you-th. '
'After the refreshments and a so
cial get- together, the meeting was
Supreme Forest Circle
Meets Friday Night
Supreme Forest Woodman's Cir
cle will have their social meeting of
the month at the home of Sirs. Good
lett, 17 Hark Yarn, Friday night at
This is to be a "HOBO" party with
prize given the best hobo.
Mrs. Pittman urges all members
to be presem. A weiner roast will be
held at the conclusion of the^ames.
Hi-Lo Bridge Club With
Mr. And Mrs. Bridges
Summer flowers were used to dec*
orate the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Bridges Friday night when they
very graciously entertained the
members of the Hi-Lo bridge club
and one invited guest, Mrs. Amos
Bridge was played progressively at
two tables with high score prizes go
ing to Mrs. Sam Stallings and G. E.
A dessert course with punch was
served before the progressions start
ed. Each table held an arrangement
of small roses'.
On The Scheduled Opening Wednesday
Of The New, Handsome Motion Picture
We are happy to have been one of the
Suppliers for Construction of this
PMFER HARDWARE CO.
Following a program on "The O- '
pen Bible," using an open Bible with./
spotlight on it, with roses and mag- !
do lias on ihe ^ides, conducted by
Walter Griffin and Mrs. J. C. McKln !
ney, Jr., seniors of the Methodist
Youth Fellowship elected the follow- r
ing officers: president, Bi J J Allen;
vice- president, Patricia Prince; sec- 1
reiary, Barbara Gault; and treasurer !
Walter Griffin. These young people'
are to represent the church at the '
Junaluska Assemblies. A missionary!
lesson on "Messages from Puerto Ri- j
co" was taught by a guest teacher, ;
Miss Mary Rice, of Black Mountain, i
N. C. ' ??
Sunday afternoon this group en-j
Joyed swimming at Lake Montohia
; and a picnic there at 5:30 p. m., fol- j
, lowed by a lakeside program on
I "Finding God in Nature," conducted
| by Miss Barbara Gault, with the
; beauty of the lake and ,?mr rounding
hill's serving as a worship center.
Ann Mayes read the scripture, Jack
Matthews gave a poem, and thej
group joined in singing beautiful
evening hymns. ' 1
Central church was to be host to
young people from all churches in
the Gactonia Sub- District Thursday
I Next Sunday morning Bobby Go
j forth will serve as program leader
I for a program honoring the young
i people who are to graduate from
; high school this year. Those in this
! group are: Jack Matthews, Jackie
Wilson, Hunter Warlick, Pat Jolly,
' and Margie Lou Dickey.
? .? ?
Derice Weir Notes
? Mrs. Sam S. Weir, Jr., entertained
I at a party Saturday honoring he*
I daughter, Derice, on her eleventh
, birthday. After a number of interest
! ing games and contests on tbe lawn
I the children assembled on the porch
I where they sang "Happy Birthday"]
while Derice opened the many love
ly gifts which she received. Miss
Vea trice Weir and Mrs. Robert Eas
ley, Mrs. '.Li la Ervin, assisted in ser
j ving delicious refreshments consist
i ing of ice cream and^ cskes. and
j orangeade. Favors \vere bubble gum
j and whistles.
The following children were pres.
ent for The happv occasion: Sarah
Houser. Linda Rhea, Billy Sue Gib
bons, Jerry McCarter, Anna Lee Sten
der, Sue Jane Barrett, Becky Harris,
Jean Arthur, Judith Logan, Judith
Neill, Marilyn Tessner, Katherine
Ware, Fern Barrett, Martha Baker,
Peggy Ann Walters, Martha an<jir
Jane Houser Edna Champion, Bet"
ty Lou Champion and Donald Cham
pion, Dianne Ca'nsler, and ' Kay
Cansler, and Mariiene Weir. >? ?
* * ?eW
Little Pittsburgh Charlotte, K. C.
The CASH BROTHERS
take pleasure in announcing the opening
OF THS3B NEW
Yon axe cordially invited to attend our opening performance beginning at 7 p.m., Wednes
day . June 1, and featuring Betty Grable in "The Beantifnl Blonde From Bashful Bend."
? *' ^ '*???? '*< ? 'i' ?*!' *?.?.** ? *" ' *'.*'?*- 1*~ '*? "V-"* b " ? * " " *' * ? **' ' -v ?? " ' '' ? '
? ? ? ? - ' '/? *,"? T ' ?' 4 a . ' ? " " 'j / ? . * " - ' ?'?*', - ? ? ; . ?
? * *" . "?* . *?"_?. ' * . ? '. . . - ' * f " * ? - ? "?* .
The Joy Hieatre has been designed and equipped to give yon maximum comfort, en j oyment
and relaxation along with the best in motion picture entertainment
; ? ' * \ a * ?' ,? ' \ ? ? ? t ? "? ? '' ? ' > ' -
* ' ' ' * " V '* ,* ^ - * , * ** ! ? * ., " ' * ' ?. / * " ' ? ?v " " - * * "? *
? ' ' " " ' " ? . ' * * ' i , * ' S.. _ ' ' ' ? ' ' ' V * " * - . ! " . ?
?. ' , ' . * ? * * , ? , " _ ? ' ? ' . ? ? ? > % *. . . ' . ? - ' - * ' - ? * ? * '
. One Of the Carolina^ Finest Motion Picture Theatres