SOCIAL AND PERSONAL HAPPENINGS
of INTEREST to WOMEN
4WKS. P. D. HERNDON. Editor PHONE 16?
Msx Baxter Payswur was surpris
ed <111 Saturday nigm w^ea a j;.oup
a / hps Jnendseniercained tor h?r and
Ur.s -Grady leHon at the home oi
Mft Floyd Payne, Honoring tncir
>Mrtt)day*. Shv and Mr. Payseur stop
ucd by there on 4. heir way some
?vHvxe else, and were :net Hy a group
**?*!?>?. "Happy Birthday." A .oveiy
was lk with candles, aiid in
-wrtiH xl. 'Happy Birthday. Geneva
ra*i OtroJyn." After the pair, opened
?ji.-?uy nice gifts, a light supper was
Miru'd, followed by homemade ice
??m and cake. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Payne. Mr. and
VfrH. Linwood Parton, Mr. and Mrs.
i7.Kai.il) Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Grad>
Douglas Veiton, and Mr. and
Wra Baxter Payseur.
Met Monday Night
The American Legion auxiliary
uif Monday night Willi Mrs. J. 6.
Ware. Mrn. I.loyd Phifer was co-hos
TWpnty- three nremlwrs were pres
?m. During i.he business the foilow
5'nj? officers were elected: president.
Mrs. t". L. Jolly; vice president, Mrs.
fx E. Tate; .secretary and treasurer,
Mr*. Kred McDaniel, jr.: chaplain,
Mrv Gordon Beaty; historian. Mrs.
Brn H. Goforth; custodian. Mrs. P. G.
Mrfl. W. L. Logan rei?orted home
snadp oandy had been .sent the boys
Oteen. Plans were made for the
Inr cream lopjjed with strawberri
us and cake was served by the hos
ItrHctt )thc> Smooth Shj\vs
ALL LEADING STORES
lust a tnuiu'.'vv iiiinuctor. I n< t>n mv
-v.iv to buy ,vinit> SJLVKRWARS
.'roin DKI.l.lNGKRS JKWKL SHOP.
W.% thvy sell ?ifts of quality an 1
fceam.v so when you wain the
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fKWKLUY, shop, at DKLI.INGKR'S
iKWKL SHOP, li pays to 'my where
tjnaMty is hii?h and prices low, so
f'ni low the v% ?i to
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Mrs. Kiser Gives
oeries Of Parties
Bridge was played progressively
at n?ur tables Wednesday aiglu
when Mrs. Arnold Kiser entertained
at her attractive home.on East King
Dainty centerpieces of pansies in
antique bowls were used on each ta
bic. frozen fruit salad, sandwiches,
cheese biscuits and tea was served.
Aftet several progressions of brid- \
He had been enfjoyed the hostess a
warded prizes to Mrs. B. ?. iN'eili and
1 Mf?. Claud Hambright who had scor
I ??d highest and second highest. Mrs.
I A. Kay, house guest ol Mrs, W. K.
| Craig, was presented an honor giU.
Numerous brilliant arrangements
: of roses, sweet peas and larkspur
1 were u^t-d aoout the rooms as deco
On Thursday afternoon amid a set
i ting of mixed garden flowers four
j tables wete. placed for bridge,
j After tour progressions the hostess
' served a frozen salad course with
oilier party accessories.
The players added and compared
' scores and the prizes went to Mrs.
| Dan Finger, high, Mrs. Hal Plonk,
' second high.
! Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Kis
er were hosts to a number of friends,
l Tables were appointed for refresh
ments when the guests arrived and
a delicious frozen salad course with
party dainties was served. Antique
bowls of miniature flowers were us
ed on each table.
At the close of an evening of brid
ge when scores were tall red high a
ward went to Mrs. Ttmberlake for la
dies and J. A. Neisier carried off
high for men.
i Mrs. J. W..Timberiake house guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Neisier, was remembered with an
r honor gift.
An effective arrangement of vari
ous colored flowers were noticed in
! the Irving and dining room.
Guest Honored By
'Mrs. H. L. Campbell
Honoring her house guest Miss
Margie Campbell, Mr$. H. L. Camp
bell delightfully entertained at- two
tables of Rook at her home Saturday
night. Guests present included Miss
Annie Roberts, Mesdames J. H. Ar
thur, B. F. Beam Marriott Phifer,
'Paul McGinnis, Rowell Lane and B.
,. A. Murray. ?
i Red roses and magnolia buds were
effectively used as decorations. Mrs.
Rowell Lane assisted the hostess In
; serving a sweet course with punch.
Arrangements of small flowers in
pastel shades in stiver cups were on
After tour progressions when scor
es were added n w$s revealed Mrs.
Paul Mil Jinn is had won high score
; prize and Mrs. Rowell Lane low score
! prize Die hostess presented the
Honor guest an attractive gift.
M rs. J. M. Cooper
Fetes Duplicate Club
Invited to play with members of
the Duplicate Bridge ciub Monday
were Mrs. Cropland of Bennettsvilie,
?gues: of her daughter. Mrs. Paul Hen
drieks and Mrs. Amos Dean.
Bowls of sweet peas, roses and
larkspur were used about the party
After scores were tallied Mrs.
George flouser and Mrs. Tolly Shu
t i'ord received high score prizes.
When cards were laid aside the
hostess served an attractive salad
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beautiful, braitd new In
trraiciofltl IUry?Vfr Rcfrijtera
tofi! You'll fall io love with their
streamlined styling . . marvel ?(
th<*r unbelievable capacity Espe
cially the roomy ."$to?iwaf"
Irectef locker that lately Mom up
*1 35 pounds of froxen food right
? ? your refrigerator! Come r?
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Home Appliances ? Everything For The Car
May Party Given
By Brownie Scouts
Highlighting the social activities
for the young girls last week was the
May Pany given by Brownie Scout
Troop No. 14 of the Lu-thtran church
Wednesday afternoon on the lawn
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Page.
Girl Scouts, iheir leaders, council
members and the Area field Worker
Miss Fannie Funderburke of Gasto
nia, Mm Flo Stabler. County Girl
Scout porker of Shelby and the par
ents of the Brownies were invited,
The party depicted an Old English
Fair, pins were given each guest on
Booths were placed around the
lawn in one was Apple Bobibn. Mrs.
Coman Falls and Mrs. David Ham
rick were in charge. Fortune Tellers'
booth created quite a bit of interest
1 with Mrs. Ray Ptonk. Lloyd Ho user
I and Miss Helen Ramsey as fortune
tellers. Kiss Booth, candy kisses
wefe given by Mrs. W. H. Stender
and Ed Dixon, in Ye Ole Tavern. Mrs.
! J. M. Cooper and Mrs. W. R. Craig
! served cookies and punch.
After the group had visited the
I booths and looked over some hand
' work of the Brownies we were invi
ted to the lower part of the lawn
where the^'Queen, Linda Biser. was
crowned by her mother, Mrs. M. H.
Biser. She and her attendants then
j ascended the throne. i
Entertainment for the cotirt was
: given by other members of the
Brownie Troop as follows. May Pole
Dance, One act play, "The Brown
! ies" was given on a wagon as the
| plays were'given in thta day, Pick
ling Up Paw Paws? dance, Ballet
Duet ? April ? Showers ? Story ?
i Lion's Hunt ? Swinging In A Swing
; ? Story. ? Red Caps ? Brownie Scout
I Color ceremony.
The Brownie Scout Troop wish to
I express publicly their appreciation
j to their parents who made the party
Many thanks also to Mr. and Mrs.
i Harry Page, Mr. J. E. Herndon, Mrs.
I Howard Jackson, Miss Elizabeth
Hunt, Mrs. W. K. Mauney, Jr., Mrs.
. George Hpuser, Mrs. L. E. Abbott,
Mrs. W. L. Mauney, Mr. EEugene Go
, forth, Mr. Claud Hambright, Miss
i Cornelia Ware, Miss Connie Bennett
Mrs. Fred Plonk, Mrs. W. B. Simpson
and- Mrs. Sam Davis.
Dinner Meeting For
Young Men's Class
The Young Men's class of the Sec
ond Baptist church will have a din
; ner meeting Saturday night at the
; Old Mill club house beginning at 6
I he ladies Friendship class of the
i church will prepare and serve a
J chicken and fish dinner.
Visitors At Oteen
Mr*. W. 8. Logan and Mm. C. C.
Oates spem Thursday at Otsaen go
ing especially to te-ke the May gifts
from the auxiliary.
Bingo prizes for the hospital in Fay- < nate anything please bring it. Any
etteviile to piease bring or ?tend J thing except razors and razor blades
them to the Record Shop this w>?ek will be excepted.
as she wishes to mail them by the ? ?
tir* ' > The largest (lower known wedghtn
Any one else who would like to do 1'5 oounds.
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