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Mr. and Mrs." Crawford Bookout
of Rock Hi]] were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Everhart.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ke^er, Mrs. Ed
Word, Mr. and Mrs. DeWkt Ware,
Phyllis and Bud Ware, Miss Mary
?Pearl Wolfe and Dorothy Goforth
?were dinner guests Wednesday
night of Mr. and Mrs. John Phil
Wilson, of Cherryville. The dinner
was honoring PhyJILs on her birth
Mr, and Mrs. Linwood Partor. mo
ved this- week to Gastonia.
tk>b Harris of Pasadena, Texas, is
visiting his brother,' Oiiit Harris
?and Mrs. Harris.
. r>) Mrs Zenc Wail of Thorn
?svi!ie will spend the weekend with
their daughter, Mrs. Oljj'e Harris
?nd Mr. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pjonk of Ra
Jeigh are spending a lew days this
?week with Mrs. R. S. Plonk and fam.
Ira J. Camp, Jr., S. R , wiij finish
Boot Training this week and leaves
San Diego. Calif., Tuesday, October
4, for a week's visit a: home.
Mr. and Mrs; G. A. Bridges, Mr.
und Mrs. G. E Bridges and young
K?n,i Eddie, will spend rhe weekend
Jn' Durham Quests <>f the former's
caughier, Mrs. B. T. Wright, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Pgu! Mau-ey are
fj .ending the week at Lake Wacca
Mr. anil Mrs. J. K. were'
?weekend guests of their sen, v'irr.mie
W iis and Mrs. Wil is ,r. Hickory. ;
Mr and Mrs. Fred P.o.'ik and sons,
David and Robert, 'attended the
State-Carolina game in C' r-te, Hill'
? O? *
Sunday guests ?f Mr. ar,d Mrs.
George Sellers were .Mr. and Mrs. ]
W. A. Sellers, Mr. and Mrs. B A
SjViithf, of Waco, Mr. and Mrs. Press
Huftetetler, Mr. and Mis. Commie
Wright of Kings Mountain, route 3.
'? Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Arthur,. Misses
It'* all in a day's work for a Navy
Bluejacket. A crew member from
one of the units of tbe Sixth Task
fleet lends a little support to the
leaning Tower of Pisa In the
course of the Fleet's visit to the
of northern Italy. Florence,
and other Italian cities were
the sightseeing agenda as the
Force brought the Naval ver
of America I* Mediterranean
(OBcial U.S. Navy Photograph)
Marion and Pfggy Arthur were
weekend guests in Winston-Salem
and Stokesdale. They attended tlje
wedding Sunday night in the Stokes
dale Methodic -church". of Dr. Maxie
Knight to Dr. Robert Clein of Hunt- ,
ington, W^Va. Miss Marion Arthur!
was one of the bridesmaids.
A large delegation of men from "
the Bercan Bible Class of the First
Baptist church, accompanied by.
their families, spent Sunday at the
Baptist Orphanage in Thomasville. j
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Payne moved ,i
Monday into their new home in the
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Prince mov
ed Wednesday into the Parton
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Fortune of
Kingsport, Tenn., were weekend
guests of relatives and friends.
Mrs. BiH Souther is visiting in
Mooresboro this week.
DAR District Meeting
In Charlotte, Oct. 4
There will be a District meeting
of the DAR's in Charlotte Tuesday, j
October 4, at 2 p. m. in the Mint Mu
seum. All members are urged to at* ;
Met In Scout Hut ii
The Sunbeam Society of ;he Ma
cedonia B<'. r ? .s; church met in 'the
scon: h'u:., Thursday afternoon, Sep- '
tomber 22, W3ih eleven members'
oresent. ? - !
The meeting was opened with
the group si.iging, "All of My Bur- j
dens Went Ro;mg,Away.7 Brenda
Falls and Mickey Lynn sang a duet, !
"Fisheras of Men." Peggy GunneHs
| Mr.s. Mae * "a. dwell led the closing
| During th.? social period refresh
i ments were served on the iawn by
I Mrs. Mae Caldwell and Mrs. O. T.
I Gunnel Is.
Circle No. 3 To Meet
With Miss Grace Davis
Circle No. 3 Central Methodist
church, will meet Tuesday night at
7:30 o'clock with Miss Grace Davis, j
Co- hostess w/h Miss -Davis wi. . be
Miss Lela Clark. At this October
meeting the members are to dress in ,
Hallowe'en ??ostumes, and a prize I
will go to :he one with the best cos- }
tume. A few fames' will be p!ayed t
following the program and business i
j HUNTING 1
Due To Naturo
of Tku Show
I* U For
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CImbI Moral! D?cent!
FRIDAY ONLY? SEPT. 30
Mountain? B?imbim City
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Bath Mat Sets
Stars & Stripes
Solid colors, light
and dark stripes
WOOL J ACKETS
Plaids, size 6 ? 16
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Blankets and Comforts
Single Blankets. 5% Wool. 72x84 $2.79
Doable Blankets. 5% Wool $3.98
Doable Blankets, 5% Wool, 72x84 ... $195
Comforts, 5% Wool Filler $4.95
Beautiful Patterns, S atin Covered
Colors: Blue, Rose, Green, Tan
Men's-sizes 36-40-plaids, solids
Wool Jackets f?.98 & S4.95
Size 36-40, Tan
Size 6-16, Tan
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Men's Heavy While Colors ? Values to $1
Work Socks, pr.. 15c yard
aii sixes. Colors Only 79c yard
. ~ ^S198
Men's Work Shoes ' Boys' Work Shoes
J Bed Camel S3.98 & $4.95 Bed Camel $198
Peters 54*5 & $5.95 Peters $4.50
Sizes 6V2 to 12, Ca pToe or Plain . Sizes 2% thru 6, plain or cap toe
B6Vfr "" ? ??
1 7TPPFR SWEATERS BOYS' BOOTS boys
1 ZIPPER 5WEATEHS Cotton Flannel Shirts
Cotton and Wool Small 9% thru o
Ages 6?16, many colors mM Plaids. Solids? Sitsp ^to 20
*?> S2.48 and S2.98
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