SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. HAPPENINGS
of INTEBEST to WOMEN
MRS. P. D. HERN DON. Editor PHONE 167
Tneme Oi Program
The regula? May meeting <-f the
Senior Woman's Club was neK Kxi- ,
day night in ttie club iount?t.
Mw. E. W. Griffin eondueied a'
?ver> timeiy devot.onal using as. hi >r .
topic, "Th* Paujaie of tht Sower."
The j>r*-?ittf T. ; then pre.se r?ie<2 Airs.
W L. Prewtiy, program chairman,
who presented ' A Spring Syjr.pho- 1
ny". a program in tour pari* that
was very mucri enjoyed by tf>emem- j
bers. Those tailing part wert Miss ,
Ann Mayes, MeMlames E. W. Griffin
J. L. Miv iii, <Duo Heiin, H. C. Mayes,
arvd N. F. Mt-GiU.
During t h* Ouniness se*-.K.ori Mrs. [
Jay Parter*>n was electee i.ist vice
president. Mr>?. Luther Cannier was!
elected historian Mrs. Arthur Te- '
ported $750.50 r-a.-sed for trw Cancer ;
Informative reports of the State
Federation meeting weTt ?g/ven by
King* MtDk-GattoDla Highway
Box office opens 6:30 p. m.
Closes 10 p. m. Last Show 10:30
Friday. May 27
A HoO Roach Coroec*
Saturday, May 28
-LOVE FROM A STRANGER"
John Hodiak Ann Richard*
Sunday. May 2S
" AE'V ENTU BE 5 OF
Noreen Nash-Turhan I**
News azKl Cartoon
Mon. & Tu*s- May 30 A 31
A 11 ax. Lane - Red Rldii
ALSO oii ou| stage in Pen*.*!.
Jimmy Shuxuate and tb* Sou*
of The Cmcu/nas. Alonci with
Jean and Glenn Radio Swh:
heart*. Bct< roster and The
OUR FIRST SHOW OK OUR
Wed. & Ttiur*. June >6 2
"ALIAS A GENTLEMAN"
Tom Drctke- Dorothy Patrick
Kt? b and Cartcor
rjocicry. June 3
"HOME IK OKLAHOMA'
Saturday. Jun? t
This Is A Family Theatre
All Children Under 12
?Shows Start At Dusk ?
SHOWS BEGIN AT DUSK
OPEN 7 DATS PER WEEK
FRIDAY, May 27
Rich-r.i L?nning-Sheilc Ryan
SATURDAY, May ZD
Abbott & CosteUo
SUNDAY, May ?
-IF YOU KNEW SUSIE"
Eddie Cantor-Joan Davis
MON. & TUES- May SC 31
WKD. & THURSw Juzu 1.2
? FREE ADMISSION ?
To Children Under 12
When Accompanied by Parents
Mrs. Otto Hehn and Mrs. H. C. May
The pret-ident appointed a commit
tee to oiatK work on the contest,
Build Better Community, sponsored
by the club: co-chairman, Mrs. J. L.
McGiH and Mrs. Paul Mauney; Mrs.
S. M. Brown, Mrs. A. W. Kincaid,
Mrs. J. N. Gamble, Mrs. W. T. Weir,
and Mrs Paul Hendricks.
The next meeting will be held
June 12th at which time the newly
elected officers will be installed.
Mrs. Luther Cansler will be in char
ge of the program. Meeting closed
with singing of The club hymn.
Hostesses served iced cokes and
cookies. Thirty-nine members were
present. v.; 1
Erskine Alumnae Meet
With Mrs. J. M. Cooper
A meeting of the ErSkfne College
Alumnae was held Monday night at
the home of Mrs. i. M. Cooper with
Mesdames Claud Hambrigbt, I. G.
Patterson, ben Gofarth, E. W. Neal
and Minn'.e McFadden as co-hostesb
Lovely arrangements of summer
flowers, graced the Cooper home.
Mrs. E. \V. NeaJ, president, pre&ided
during the business. The nominating
committee presenter; the following
roster: president, Mrs* Franklin!
Ware, vit* president, Mrs. J. M. Coop
er, secretary, Mrs. J. E. Gambie. :
treasurer, Miss Ava Ware. Kings!
Mountain chapter received an award ;
of $1(1 for the largest increase in
An auction sale was conducted j
with t:>e evd.v. going for ;tn o;^an
to be placed in Mvmoria Hall at j
Erskine v allege.
Through the courresv of the Coca ,
Cola company in Gastonia, Mr. j
George Ware showed a picture on j
An ice course was served t)y the !
J. E. Anthonys, jr. Hosts
To Couples Club
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Anthony', Jr.,
were hosts to th,- Couples Club Ft!
day nignt. Garden flowers adorned
the rooms where four tables were
placed for bridge. Ice cream, cocoa
nut cake and punch was served.
High score awards were given
Mrs. L. E. Abbott and Charlie Thorn
asson, Jr. Mrs. Tlmberlake was pre
sented an honor gift.
Invited to play with the club mem
bers were Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Har
mon. Ji., and Mrs. J. W. Timberialce,
Jr., of Arlington, Va,
The regular meeting of the Pau
iine Community club was held in the
club house Tuesday night.
During the business it was voted
to contiidute to the Bible teacher's
fund. * " 1
Numerous games w^ere enjoyed af- !
ter Which the hosness Mrs. D. A. Phil
lips and Mrs. W. H. Payne served as
sorted sandwiches, calces and cokes.
Double Featur* Program
Rory Calhoun -Audrey Long
Douglas Fairbanks. Jr.
Late Shew 10:30
Double Feature Program
MONDAY & TUESDAY
"Words and Music"
Perry Com? . JtuSy Garland
June Altyson-Micfesy Roomy
Double Feature Program
"Another Part of the
Fredrie March . Ann Birth
"San Antonio Kid"
Wuu tux riiiott
Late Show 10:30
THURSDAY * FRIDAY
"Adventures of Galkrnt
Furxy Knight- Audrey Lang
6th Birthday Noted
ErceHe Stallings entertained a
number of her little friends on the;
occasion of her sixth birthday :Rri-j
day afternocn at the home of her|
parent Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stalling* ?,
on Crescent Hill Road. v ? j
Various games were played i'n the 1
yard, and after the birthday gifts
were opened Mrs. Stallings served j
iee cream, cake and candy, assisted
by Mrs. C. T, Carpenter, Jr., and Mrs. i
L. E. Abbott. Snapshots were taken
of the group and each child received ;
Those invited to attend were: Phy- !
lis and Franklin Dean, Diane Day, ,
Nancy and Peggy Craig, Laurie Ab- j
bott, Joyce and Marion Pionk, Jane >
Hambright, Mary Lillian Lewis,
Turk Falls, Pat Campbell, and BaT- j
bara and Carolyn Gunn of Gastonia. |
Teen- Age Dance <
Friday At Country Club
The Entertainment Committed of
the Kings Mountain Country Club is
giving a Teen-Agt; dance at the club
ballroom on Friday evening from
9:30 to 12:30.
Invitations issued by the commit- 1
tee to the club's Teen- Age members j
and guests wer$ -from nine to mid- !
night, but the hour was advanced
by 30 minutes to avoid conflict with ,
Friday evening's concert by the high
The dance will be informal and
rmwsic will be furnished by the Gene
Hostesses for the dance will be !
7:30 ? Supreme Faresr, Woodman's
Ciflcle meets with Mrs. Good
left, 17, Fark Yarn.
8:00 ? Mr., and Mrs. George H. Maun.
?*>' will entertain the Couples i
9:30 ? 12:30? Teen-Age Dance at I
Kings Mountain Country Club.
8:00? Air. and Mrs. J. E. Simpson
will entertain the Bid and By
Club at their home. ,
7:00? Gleaners Class of the First
Baptist church are to h#ve a
weiner roast at the church.
8:00 ? Mrs. Paul Mauney will be hos
tess to the Twin Table Bridge
club at her home.
8:0*) ? Trie Triple Table Bridge Club j
meets with Mrs. Carl Davidson j
at -the Country Club.
3:30? The D. A. R. witl meet with |
Mrs. H. T. Fulton.
members of the club's May hostess '
committee, including Mrs. W. S. Ful- j
ton, Jr., chairman, Mrs. J. A. Neisler, j.
co-chairman, and Mrs. .Marshall ?
Heavner, Mrs. James Anthony, Jr., j
Mrs. Martin Harmon, Mrs. C. F. i
Thomas son, Jr., Mrs. Paul McGdnnis, j
Mrs. A. H. Patterson, Mrs. 1. B. Go
forth, Mrs. R. D. Miller, Mts. Arthur !
Hay, Mrs George Lattimore and Mrs.
The foHowing invitations have
.Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Ray Smith t '
request the honour of your presence
?t the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Joseph L*wrence Hord
on Friday, the tenth day of June
at eight o'clock in the evening
Firsn .Baptist Church
Kings Mountain, North Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. John Guiton an- I
nouncethe birth of a son, on Friday, |
May 20, at the Garrison General hos- j
Mr. and Mis. Paul Dover announce
the birth of a son Friday, May 20, j
at the Shelby hospWal.
Lit. and Mrs. James Mercer of Co
lumbia, S. C., announce the birth of :
a daughter, Margaret Lenora, Friday ;
May 20, at (he Army Hospital.
WadL-Thun^ June 1?2
"The Beautiful Blonde
From Bashful Bend"
* THEATRE *4
FRIDAY ONLY. Mot 27
DoubU Ffatnn Program
"Corpse Came COD"
No. 12 "Jungle Girl"
SATURDAY ONLY. May 28
Dottkb Fcatur* Program
Buck Jar?;>? Tim McCoy
No. 1 "Bruce Gentrr"
MON. ?fuES? May 90 31
WTD. & THXJRsT June 1 61
Double Feature Program
Joe Pglooka in?
"The Big Fight"
, June Allyson
No. 10 "Klne of the . Jungle
and cover-cp jackets
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Uroidercd on the bociicc and jacket of ihii nun
iirm in Kant Kruah crtnt-rniittH cotton.
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iKr figure M iid dart* pive skirt interest.
Sues 9 to 15
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