Plans Announced For
Plans have been announced for
the wedding of Miss Stella Mae
Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Davis of (Jastonia to James
Buford Ware, ion of Mr. and Mm.
Frank G, Ware, which is to* take
pjaee at 8 o'clock Saturday even
ing in West End Methodist chur
ch, with the pastor. Rev. T. F.
Mrs. Flora Sullivan, organist
and Errtie Wood, vocal soloist,
will render a program of nuptial
music before and. during the cere
The ! -ide-'s uncle, W. L. Pet tuft,
will give her in marriage. Mrs.
W. L. Pettus, aurn of the bride,,
will attend her as matron of hon
or. Miss Ruth Davis, cousin of
the bride, and Miss Pat Streets
will be her bridesmaids.
Waiter Ware will be his broth
er's best man.
Usher ?froorasmen will be Har
old Davis, brother of the bride,
John Ware, brother of the groom,
Menzell Phifer, and W. F. Stone.
Jr., br<>ther-in-laws of the groom.
Immediately following the re
hearsal on Friday night Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Pettus will entertain
with a cake-cutting at the (IItIs
A committee for the Kings
Mountain Council of Church Wo
men met Tuesday night at the
home of Mrs. Aubrey Mauney.
The meeting was opened with
a prayer by Mrs. Mauney. Mln
?utes were read. Plans were dis
cussed for World Community' Day
to tie held in the A. R. P. church
the date to be announced later.
Project for World Community Day
Is knitting and each lady is urg
ed to knit at least one article,
either a sweater, scarf, mitts or
Mrs. Mauney announced the
l'lih annual meeting will bo
held in the First Methodist eluir
eh in Salisbury, September 2S.
Reservations f ? > r the luncheon
must be made before the 22nd.
Mrs. Mauney asked as many la
dies as possible plan n> attend
A social period followed the
meeting, light refreshments were
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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED ?
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Howard
Morrow of Kings Mountain an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Dessie. to Major Wil
liam Loftin. son of Mrs. Lenora
Jackson, also of Kings Mountain.
The date of the wedding has not
Miss Hord Honored
A One of the many lovely par
ities honoring Miss Maxine Hord
; whose marriage to Dorus Lee
Bennett waa an event of Sunday
September 3, was given by Miss
Betty Hayes Thursday night at
her home on Watterson street.
Upon the arrival of Miss Hord.
she was given a corsage of white
The hostess, assisted by her
mother, Mrs. Baxter Hayes, and
Miss Mary Hayes and Mrs. Jim
- Early a delicious SalAd
course. On each, plate was a
small corsage for each guest.
Beautiful arrangements of
flowers including red roses were
in the living room and dining
room. Recorded music was he^rd
throughout t lie evening.
Several progressions of Hearts
was enjoyed. Mrs Bun (loforth
was high score winner with Mrs.
W. B. Logan low. The floating
prize was ;;iven to Miss Do a na
A piece <?f silver in her chos-en
pattern was Risen to Miss Hord
by the hostess. Miss Frances
Lindsay, bride-elect, received a
3:00 ? Fortnighters 3rldge Club
meets with Mrs. W. L.
3:00 ? Social Club meets with
Mrs. B. S. Neill.
7:30 ? Regular meeting of the W.
O. W. Circle will be held in
the W. O. W. hall.
8:00 ? Miss Stella Mae Davis and
James Buford Ware will be
married in the West End
Methodist church in Gas
8-until J 2? -Teen Age dance at the
Kings Mountain Country
9:00 ? Miss Irene. Allen and Mrs.
Charles Ramsey are enter
taining the RamseyBlan
ton wedding party at a cake
cutting at the home of Miss
Sunday > . . .
9:00? An informal reception will
be held at the First Bap
tist church welcoming the
new pastor. Rev. T. L. Cash
2:30 ? Duplicate Bridge club
meets with Mrs. Fred Plonk.
6:00 ? Circle 2 of the Presbyter
ian church will have a pic
nic at Lake Montonia.
7:30 ? Circle 2 of Central Metho
dist church meets with Mrs.
C. J. Gault. An auction will
. be held.
7:30? Circle 1 of Presbyterian
church meets with Mrs. Gor
don Beatty and Mrs. D. H.
8:00 ? Circie 3 of Central Metho
dist church meets with Mrs;
C. L. Peele.
8:00? Circle 5 meets with Miss
SKiO^-Circle 3 of the Presbyterian
church meets with Miss
3:00 ? Contract Club meets with
Mrs. Martin Harmon.
7:30 ? Double Deck bridge club
? meets with _Mrs. J. N. Gam
r8:00 ? Women of the Lutheran
church will meet in the
8:00 ? Cornelia Leavell Circle of
the Baptist church meets
with Mrs. Robert McDanlel.
3:00 ? Better' Homes and Garden
Club will meet with Mrs.
Paul Noisier." Mrs. E. S. Ben
nett of Shelby will he guest
3:30 ? Kings Mountain Garden
Club, meets with Mrs. W. L.
Pressly. Guest speaker will
be Mrs. E. A. Palmgren of
Charlotte, District director
of the 3rd. Federation of
State Garden Clubs.
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MRS. DORUS LEE BENNETT
Miss Maxine Hord, Mr. Bennett
United In Church Rites Ceremony
One of the loveliest weddings of j
the season was solemnized at the
First Baptist church on Sunday, '
September 3, 1950, at 5:30 in the |
afternoon when Miss Edna Max- !
ine Hord became the bride of Do- i
rus Lee Bennett. The vows wore
heard by Reverend T. L. Cash- j
well, Jr., pastor of the church,;
who used the impressive double
An unusually beautiful setting
for the wedding ~w??~~aehieved~
"pfofusio'n ^ irWmetto
palms making a background for ,
white gladqli in tall floor bas- 1
kets and cathedral tapers In
branched candelabra. Quaint pic
kets were used to outline the
choir lofts at either side of the
altar. Family pews were marked
with clusters of gladiolus flower- j
eta and satin ribbon.
Miss Lula Mae Teague was at
the organ to provide the nuptial ,
music and to accompany Miss
Barbara Matthews, vocalist. Prior
to the ceremony Miss Teague
played "Liebestraum" by Liszt,
"In a Monastery Garden" by ,
Ketelbey, "Ave Maria." by Schu
bert, Nevin's "Venetian
Love Song" and "To An Evening j
Star" by Wagner. As the vows j
were exchanged she played !
'Clair de Lune" by Debussy. Tra
ditional marches by Wagner and j
Mendelssohn were used as pro- j
sessional and recessional. Miss!
Matthews sang "I Love You Tru- j
!y" by Bond, "Through The j
Years" by Youmans, and as aj
benediction, Malotte's arrange- j
ment of "The Lord's Prayer."
Miss Hord was escorted to the
altar and given in marriage by
her father. Her gown of Skinner
satin was fashioned with a fitted
bodice which featured sweet
heart sleeves, dainty Peter Pan
collar and tiny self covered but
tons from throat to waist. The
full skirt extended into a grace
ful cathedral train. Her full leng
th veil of filmy illussion had a
short over tier and was held in
place by twin circlets of pearliz
ed oranged blossoms. She carried
?A white prayer book on which
was posed a white orchid.
Miss Charlotte Jenkins served
as maid of honOr and brides
maids Were Mrs. William Miles
Hord, sister-in-law of the bride.
Misses Dorothy Francis Goforln
and Evelyn Roberts, cousins of
the bride and Miss Betty Hayes.
The maid of honor was gown
ed in a crisp green taffeta under
a boijffant net skirt. She wore a
pert monk's cap and mitts to
match and carried a colonial
nosegay of yellow carnations.
The gowns of the bridesmaids
were of yellow taffeta and their
bouquets were of green carna
tions. Their caps and mitts, pat
;ern< d fiom those of the maid of
honor, matched their ensembles.
The bride's mother was smart
ly attired in beige crepe with
brown accessories and wore a
corsage of Talisman roses. The
mother of the bridegroom was
chic in aqua crepe with which
she wore black accessories. Her
cor$age was also Talisman ros
Mr.*. Robert Allen and Mrs.
James White presided at the reg
Mr. "Bennett had for his be-st
man, his brother, James Bennett
and usher-groomsmen were Jack
Ware, Everett Carlton, Lester Et
ters and Jake Hord, Jr. Ronald
Hord, brother of the bride, served
a.i page boy.
After the ceremony, the bride
and groom greeted their guests
in the vestibule of the church.
Sunday's bride is the only dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob G.
Hord. She was graduated from
Central High School and is now
employed by the Kings Mountain
The bridegroom is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Bennett. He was
graduated from Central High
School and Lenojr-Rhyne College.
He holds a position with Bennett
Brick and Tile Company.
For traveling Mrs. Bennett
wore a modish suit of aqua wool
crepe with brown accessories and
the orchid irom her prayer book.
After the wedding trip the
young couple will reside in their
new home on West Gold afreet.
Out of town guests for the
wedding were Mrs. W. L. Davis,
Sue, Billy and Peggy Jean of Con
cord; Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Beam,
Cherryville; Miss Estelle Barber,
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Teague, Mrs.
C. S. Hord, Charlotte; Mr. and
Mrs. Karl Sawyer, Boone; Mr. and
Mrs. Cliff Jones and family, Sha
ron, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. John C. i
Pike, Greensboro, N. C.; Mrs. J. !
B. Ware, Washington, D. C; Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Wallace, Martha
?and &snk+e of Goldsboro; MfS-i
Chas. Wright Earl ; MiSs Stella^
Home Arts Club
Hears Nick Moss
Mcs. Fred Plonk was hostess for
the September meeting of the
Home Arts Clui> on Tuesday aft
Several very striking arrange-']
mentd of fall flowers were used j
with late summer flowers form
ing a lovely setting for the party. I
Mm. George Moss, program I
chairman for the month, . intro- j
duced Nick Moss, professor of
English at Wagner college, Sta
ten Island, N. Y? guest speaker
for the meeting, who gave an en
tertaining talk on some of the a
chievements that have been
made in speech correction. He no?
ted that the four standards for
judging the arts are individuali- j
ty, suggestiveness, universality,
and aesthetics and illustrated
each with poems.
Misd Clara Plonk of New York
City and Mrs. Fred Baker of At- j
lanta, Ga? were invited guests;
attending the meeting.
The hostess served a salad and ;
Ware Home Scene
Of Buffet Dinner
Mrs. Walter Ware, Mrs. Menzell j
Phifer and Mrs. W. F. Stone, Jr., I
entertained with a buffet dinner
at the home of their mother, Mrs.
P. C. Ware on Wednesday night
a a a courtesy to Miss Stella Mae ;
Davis and James Buford Ware
whose wedding will be an event
of Saturday night.
Large arrangements of yellow
blossoms accented the furnish
ings in the living room and den.
A gteen and white color note was j
emphasized in the dining room
where the dinner was served buf
fet style from a beautifully ap
pointed table. Guests found their
places at the eight small tables
placed in the living room and
den. Place cards were hand made
miniature brides. In the center of
each table was a white candle in
a silver holder.
A number of contests furnished
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Randall,
route 3, announce the birth of a
son, Wednesday, August 30, Shel
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Fredericks
announce the birth of a daugh
ter Wednesday, August 30, Shel
Mr. and Mrs. William J| Flet
cher, route 1, announce the birth
of a son Thursday, August 31,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Huffstetler
announce the birth of a daughter
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The social committee of the
Kings Mountain Country Club
announced this week there would
amusements during the evening.
The honorees were presented
gifts toy the hostesses.
be a Teen -Age dance Saturday
night at the club for members
and invited guests. Formal in
vitations are not being f'ent out
but all teen-age members and
their guests are invited,
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