rail Society Editor Phone 167
Mr and Mirs?. Norman King. Miss- 1
<31 Sally Hullender and Hazel King
vufJV-d in Chase City, Va., la.<? week.
Mr. and Mrs. O, W. Myers, .Miss
fciv^nor and Earl Myers are on a
jnotor trip visiting points of interest
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Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mauney, Dr.
and Mrs. W. L. Mauney and son,
Lawrence, are vacationing in the
Mountains of Western part of North
Carolina and Tennessee.
Mr*. John Cash ion of Greensboro
is spending several days with her
l?arents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis.
Miss Margaret Cornwell and Paul
McGtonte flew *o St. Louis, Suhday,
on a buying trip fo; Kceter's Depart
Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts are]
spending the week in Dallas, Texas.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lopez have re
turned to their home in Tampa, F.I a.
?after a visit with Mrs. Lopez's mo
ther, Mrs. Edith G6fonh. , j
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cash have re
turned from a nine weeks tour - of .
Canada and Alaska.
tJliX N. M. Farr and daughter
spent las: week in Rocky Mount as
quests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tem
f Upton. Mr, Farr was attending a
I<oIrce convention in Morehead City.
Mrs. C. E. Neis'ler. Mrs J. C. Nick
1? ? and Mrs. J N. Gambie spent
Tuesday at Mont Teat.
Dinner guests Wednesday of Mrs.
t'iiud Ware were ML<s Shiriey Ar
<hur and Eade Anderson.
Mrs. C. S Plonk is visiting Dr. and j
Mrs* C Plonk In Philadelphia. I
Mrs Carivsie lsley, Scott and Kay
I-.'len of Burlington are visiting rel
ieve* in Kings Mountain. ?
Mr. and Mrs. J M. Morrow and f
non of Plymouth arrived Wednesday
*iJ ;ernoon to spend a few days with
t>-e former'* sister. Mrs. Car! Maun
*?> , and Mr. Mauney.
(Luncheon guests of Mrs. Sam Da
vw or. Tuesday were her "mother,
Mrs. J. D Moore of Gastonia, and
M:?* Be^fif Brown of Raleigh.
Mr and Mrs. L. L. Benson are va
cationing in New York.
Mf. and Mrs. B.'O. Weaver, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Weaver left Thursday
morning for Philadelphia to spend a
few days with Miss Myrtfce Weaver
who is a student at Penn. State Coi
MV. and Mrs. H. T. Fuiton lefit
Monday for Shelbyviile, Tenn.
Mra. Myron -Rhyne and email dau- ]
ghter, Janet, have retyrped to their !
home in G*ahajn after a visit with i
| her marher, Mrs. G. D. Harribright, |
' and other relatives.
Mrs. John F. wA, Mrs. Ralph
Mauney, Messers George and Belvin
Ware were spend the day visitors
in Asheville on Saturday, as guests
of Mr. and Mrs. George P. Ware and
family. Mr. Ware who has been se
riously ill remains about the same.
Mrs. Ware remained for a Week or
ten day visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neisler. Jr., and
their?famiiy, Mr. and Mrs. Lawren
ce Patrick and son, Larry are epfnd
ing the week at Crescent Beacjj.
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HISTORY MAKING COTTOITS ? Cottons with a historic flavor will
be on the campus scone this fall. Clifford ol del Mat takes his in
spiration from the days of the American Revolution. His velveteen
"scribbler" vest in a golden "Boston Tea" shade is trimmed with
black soutache bcaid, can be worn with or without full sleeved cot
ton blouse. The unusual velvet striped cotton skirt at the left, cut to
create a diamond pattern, is topped with a velveteen vest and a
cotton shirt. "Liberty" caps by Mary Coodfelicw,
First Mse! Enrolled
At Noval Academy
NAVAL BASE, Charleston. S.>C. ?
| Takeshi YoshiharS became the fftst
! Nisei person of Japanese descent
j born in the United States) Midship
! man at the ?U? S. Naval Academy,
! Annapolis, Maryland, when he was
; sworn in recently at the academy a
i long with 72 fellow-midshipmen can
| di dates
He wn his appointment as the
result of a competitive examination
following a high record1 in high
Born in Selleck, Washington on
May 14, 1931, Midshipman Yoshiha
ra is the son of Mr. ana Mrs. Buichi
j Yoshihara, who came to the United
; States more than 30 years ago. He
j has four brothers, one of which serif,
ltd as an interpreter with the Army
i Intelligence Corps during World
, War II. Midshipman Yoshihara and
Ciulltyn Girls Down
Clover By 7-4 Count
Craftapun girls Softball team de
feated Clover, S. C.. here on August
6 by a score of 7, to 4.
The local lassies tallied four runs
in the first and three in the third to
take the victory
Mary Lou Barnette pitched for
Craftsrpun, and led <he hitting, get
ting 2 for 3, Huffstetter had 2 for 4.
Doubles by Flowers and Berry fea
tured in the thrfe-run third.
The line score: '
Clov*r UO 110 0 4 7 3
CrctfUpun 403 000 x 7 7 1
Z>od9in (LP) and Mundy; Barn
ett* (WT) on?1 B?frr, .
the rest n his family spent the ma- j
jority of the war in an Idaho reloca- j
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Tie and Cuff Links
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