*^oll Society Editor Phone 167
i Mr. and Mrs, Dan Everhan .at. c
j Son, Dukc, ;>n?.,oy, were aurt?>
'guests 01 Mrs. H. r . Everhart. j
James Edward" Amos of Kaje:gnJ
S was a w?!K-in(l gues\ of his par- '
j entt>, Mr. a no Mrs. M. C. Amot,
Lt. and Mrs. A. L. Gregory of Fort ?'
. Smith, Aik., wer?? Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Loj;an.
. Mrs. A. B. Saunders of Union, S. C.,
la vjsuiiig her daughter, Mrs. Kqna
i Gaiiman and son, D. L. Saunders.
I >r. Louise Agnew and Dr. Miriam
t Thompson of Limestone College fat.
Uity- were Sunday gue?is of Mis. E.
i W. Neal.
Miss Grace Davis returned Sunday
from a visit with Mr. and M<s. .\. W
Davis in Troy. N. C.
Mrs. R. G. Plonk and daughter,
Mrs. A. A. Lackey of Fallston went i
to Coiumoia Wednesday to visit Lt. j
and Mrs. James Mercer and young i
daughter, Margaret Lenora.
Mrs. Paul Mauney, Miss Pauline
Mauney and Flem Mauney were
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Pauj Oliver, Marietta, N; C. They
were accompanied by Mts. Fleming
Ramseur of MuHins, S. C.
Mrs. E. \V. Jieai attended a dinner
tneetinp of the Delta Kappa Gamma
in Shelby Thursday niRht.
Little Sandy Stalling?, two year- ?
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam S-xa'l
lings, fell from a see-saw in hi* oacK ,
yard Friday afternoon and bjeke
Miss Doris Cioninger and f'au-J
Ware carried Marline Wrape to her j
home in Camden Sunday. Mrs. J. F. j
Ware and Mrs. Frank Gofortb it- '
(turned with rhem after a two weeks
viaii In. Camden and Florence.
Mrs. Carl Davidson representee t?e
Cleveland County Class Room Tea
chers association at a six hour bus
iness and luncheon meeting of the
Advisory Council of the South Pied
mont District at Thackers in Char
Mr. J. G. Darracott leaves Fixity
for Montreal. He is one of the lour
elected by the Kings Mountain Pres
bytery to represent .them at the Gers
eral Assembly of the-Pies-bytenan
Little Doris Dixon, daughter of
Mr. and Airs. Holland Dixon, return
ed home Tuesday from the Shelby
hospital where she had undergone
Jerry Chaney, young son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert H. Chaney, returned
home Wednesday from Ellen Fitz
gerald hospital at Monroe, where he
has been receiving treatment for in
fantile paralysis since last June.
? DOTTED SWISS ?
Slx*s 3 to 6x 1
e BROADCLOTH e
e shorts e
For Little Girls
$1.00 and $1.59
e BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS e
$1.79 - $1.94 - $2.48
Assorted Coo Ira ? Solid Colon
AMOS & SON
413 North Piedmont Ave.
Telephone 325- W
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Mrs. Austfii Betii-s returned to her
honx' ir. Karl Saturday after a visit
wiUi her daughter, Mrs. James Page.
Mrs. Marion WL&hearc and mother, ;
Mm. MeCauiey of Sharon were spend
the day guests of Mrs.. E. B. Olive
and Mrs. W. C". Putnam Wednesday.
Miss Winifred Fulton and M*s
David McDaniei attended a Beauty
convention in- Greensboro Wednes
Mrs. C. S. Kails, Miss Lydia Or
mand and Mijss Sara Kamscur have
returned from a weeks visit in Wash,
ington, D. C.
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Warren Reynolds entered Memori ?
al "hospital in Charlotte, Tuesday for j
Mrs. Amie 1. ?~a?n, mother of Char
lie and David Cash, was operated on '
Tuesday morning in the James Wal. ,
ker hospital in Wilmington.
Mrs. W. B. Hill of Palm Harbor,
Fla., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. K.
Suber. They were dinner guests Wed
nesday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright.
Miss Joan Mauney of Spindale
and Joe Mauney of Graham were .
?gue?-t.? of Mx. and Mrs. D; C. Mauney
over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Rhyne of Gra
ham were Kings Mountain visitors .
for the weekend.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harvey. Williams j
have returned home after spending '
ithe winter In Palm Harbor, F!a.
Mrs. M. L. Harmon Fetes j
Thursday Book Club
The Thursday afternoon r<>ok club
was. delightfully entertained last
week by Mrs. M. L. Harmon at her
home on King sireet.
A profusion of, beautiful summer
flowers were used to decorate the
home. Mrs. D..C. Mauney, president,
presided over a stoor.t business ses
Mrs. J. E. Anthony, program lead
er, for the meeting assisted by Mrs.
H. N. Moss and Mrs. E. A. Harrill
gave a very interesting program on
During .the wocia! hour the hostess
I assisted by M?s Ava Ware served
I a salad course with mints.
i Local Ladies
| Mrs. 3. A. Neituer, Mrs. J. W. Tim
I berlake and Mrs. M. A. Waiy attend
cd a bridge luncheon last Thursday
given by Mrj?. L. W. Hamrick at her
home in Boiling Springs.
Upon the arrival lunch wa* serv
j ed buffet style from the dining room
; table. Guests found their places at
auxiliary tables. When covers were
removed bridge was enjoyed with
high score prize going to Mrs. J. A.
Neisler. Mrs. J. W. Timberlake re
ceived a vkritprs gift. Mrs. O. Max
Gardner and Mrs. J. D. Lineberger
were remembered with Bon Voy ag*>
! Gifts as they are going on a Europe
| an trip next month.
Entre-Nous Club Feted
jBy Mrs. S. M. Brown
Mrs. S. M. Brown entertained on
Tuesday afternoon at a dessert brid
ge at her home complimenting the
members of the Entre-Nous Bridge
club. A 3weet course was served.
Bowls of mixed flowers were used
to decorate the home. After interest
ing progressions prizes were left
?with ? Mrs. H. C. Mayes and Mrs.
300 North Piedmont Ave.
Owned and Operated by
and offering a
Full Beauty Service
Everyone, especially all reg
ular customers, is invited to
visit Mrs. Mabry In her new
Phone 76- L J
CEL tviutiu 591 n Anuliri.i^Jili1l ? mi. aiid Mr*. J. I. herlong oi Col
umbia. S. C? celebrated their 55th wvddiao aDXtimMBy Kar 13th. at the
home of a daughter. Mr*. George Pittman on Udwooc Road. Mrs. Herlong
is 72 yean of age and Mr. Kerlong 78 year* of age. They have six children:
Mrs. W. H. Wilson and Mrs. K. P. WaXtets of Coiumbic. ?. C_ Mrs. Edith
Floyd of Kings Mountain. J. E. Kerlong of Ma?on. J. I. Ktrlong oi Caffney
and Mrs. George Pittman
Mrs. M. L. Plonk
Mrs. M. L. PlonH who has tn*T in
the Memorial hospital lor past
ter: days for observation, underwent
a very serious operation Monday
Wednesday- njg'ht it was reported
tier condition way sa risfacrory.
Contract Club With
Mrs. C. T. Carpenter
The living room of Mts. C. T. Car
I :penter,-'Jr., ?va* made attractive wjnh
! larkspur and blooming poueo piant*
Tuesday night wrier she was hos
tess to members of the Contract Club.
Very tasty refresmnents were .served
before the progressions.
When scores were compared Mrs.
Amos Dean hetd high, Mrs>. Ha!
Plonk, second high.
i An early .type of American match -
! es cost four cento each.
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Phones 167 or 283
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i t\>mnbOtk-n&.4o the Legion J-u
nior baw-haM fun-d totaled S0?5 >t\V
, terday. i; was announced b> VV
j. L. Plonk, a<f>'otic officer, ('..'fs niii
previously acknowledged included
^ Woodwaru A.- Son. $10, Plunk Br??
j thers, Slfv Herald Publishing
j House,' SH?. arte H. N. Barnes,
A minimum of $600 i?, needed ?o
! finance in is yearV program, it was
CARD or THANXS
' We W:sh K> Shank aD the neigh-,
bors find friends who shared the
sorrow of iosipg our most loved one,
George Wright. Your floral contri
butions and loving sympathy will
, always be remembered.
Between 4 and f* percent of the
; population ts !eit handed.
Tht> Girl SooUt troop S'u. 19 tuv.t
it*< ri*j*ular mwiiitg ka? Thurvtiey
ninht. We riw: at IN' t<? jp-.
<?h a hike. All the pir.lv twok ??fltaK;
tlit>y worp to rook. Each Kir!.
ho> ow n firo to cook owr. ft * ul
iramjwHt throuph the -\wwh1s *t*i<
really had a t>ijT tfiru*. Vrn. C. l>
Ware wont with us If anyone
a baby s'1 for call 180-R aird T-tk
Houser will find the *rir C wtto tsr?Vw*
Certain lizards -of Malay*
1 gliding fJig'KtS.
lune 1935 June 1949
In appreciation of your continued patronage for M
years,, we off?*r you
Spe cial Rates On Permanent Waves
For Limited Time
' by .
House of Shaw
ANSELL BEAUTY SHOP
' rljngs Mountain s Oldest Beauty Shop"
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t ea. tonlorixed.
full -cut. only
8 OS. sonlorixe<L .
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Extra Special On
MEN'S WASH PANTS
Belk's brings you o $3.50 value for
Herringbone Weave. Blue, or Rhafci
BELK'S Dept. Store
Remember? -You Always Save At Belk's
First quality herringbone and
twill work shirts, two hip pockets,
twill work shirts, two flap pockets
TwilL with pleats.
? $3.98 value for
Sixes 6 to 14
Moccasin, plain toe.
2 Wozk Shirt Extras
Worth $1.59 for
Suitable for dress or
O Very Special O