North Carolina Newspapers

    MRS. P. D. HERNDON. Editor PHONE 167
Three Are Hostesses Miss Betty Lynch
Junior Woman's Club Bridge Hostess
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The Junior Woman's Club held
its regular monthly meeting at
the Woman's Club on Monday ev- j
ening at 7:30 with Mrs. Grady
MeCarter, Mrs. J. W. Webster and !
Mrs. Myers Hambright as host- 1
Colorful fall flowers were used
in charming arangements in the j
meeting room. Miss Irenfc Allen 1
and Mrs. Sam Weir, Jr., were in I
charge of the program with the j
theme for the meeting, "Eduea- ;
, tlon." Mrs. J. S. Evans gave a very !
educational and informative lec
ture on "Communism," how it
has spread and how we as civic
minded citizens must be ; on
guard against it.
During the business meeting
plans were made for the October
meeting to hold the annual cov
ered dish supper for new teachers
in Kings Mountain. '
At the conclusion of the meet
ing, the hostesses served Floating .
Delight and cookies. Hostesses j
lor the October meeting are Mrs.
S. S. Weir, Jr., Mrs. Franklin Lim- i
erick, Mrs. Hubert Davidson and 1
Miss Grace Davis.
Miss Betty Lynch was hostot? j
on Tuesday night when her ,
guests were members of the i
Queen of Clubs.
Purpie Lupine and spider lili
es were used at vantage points
as decorations.
When tallies were compiled it
was revealed Mrs. David Neill
held high score. Miss Peggy Ar
thur low score, and Mrs. Buddy
Lackey received the floating |
prize.
A dessert course was served
when cards were laid aside.
Hi-Lo Bridge Club
Met With Stallings
Members of the Hi-Lo bridge
club were delightfully entertain
ed Friday night by Mr. and Mrs,
Sam Stallings.
Dahlias and zinnias in harmo
nizing tones were used for dec
orations.
High score prizes were award
ed Mrs. J. G. Bridges and Dr. D. F.
Hord.
At the close of four progres
sions ice cream and cake was ser
?ve-.l. . :. : I
Sterchi's
USED FURNITURE VALUES
1 WESTINGHOUSE ?
REFRIGERATOR $60.00
SS.00 DELIVERS
1 G-E REFRIGERATOR ... $44.95
$5.00 DELIVERS
ONE RADIO $ 9.95
$1.00 DELIVERS
ONE? EXCELLENT CONDITION
APEX WASHER $79.95
. $5.00 DELIVER^
ONE? GOOD CONDITION
APEX WASHER $39.95
$5.00 DELIVERS
ONE 2-PIECE
LIVING ROOM SUITE $69.95
$5.00 DELIVERS
One KITCHEN CABINET $24.00
$1.00 DELIVERS .
Used Ice Refrigerator $19.00
$1.00 DELIVERS v
ONE
RED and SPRING $1100
$1.00 DELIVERS ? y y
ONE
odorCt
$1.00 DELIVERS
VilCi
Wood or Coal Range $39.50
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USED PIANO $85.00
E-Z TERMS
VANITY LAMPS
LAMP TABLE
PLATFORM ROCKER ..... $19.00
tl M DELIVERS
ONE 9x12 '
GLAMORUG $12.00
ONE " "" ^
DUO-THERM HEATER $68.95
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?"rrCHEN CABINET $1195
> 91J00 DELIVERS
MOUNTAIN ST.
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The J. E. Whites Hosts
At Cake-Cutting
Mr. and Mrs. James White en- j,
tertained with a cake-cutting at
their home on the Shelby Road
Saturday night following the
llord -Bennett rehearsal.
The traditional colors of green i
and white were used to decorate j
the home. Across the living room
mantels lay button chrysanthe
mums in a bed of green fern and
ivy. The archway between the
two living rooms wis flanked
with silver lace fern and hang- :
ing from the center were silver'
wedding bells. . ?.
A white linen cloth covered the
table in the dining room. On one
end was a triple-tiered wedding
cake which was topped with a
n\iniature bride and bridegroom,
and on the other was a crystal
bowl of white gladoli with green
fern. In the center of the table
were white candles in crystal
candelabras which lighted the
room. Silver wedding bells were
suspended from the chandelier.
A crystal punch bowl surrounded
with white asters and fern was
on another table.
In the hallway leading from
the dining room to the first liv
ing room, placed on a buffet, was
?a repiica of the church decora
tions.
After the bride's and bride
groom's attendants had drawn
the charm ribbons from the pake,
and the nuptial couple shared
the first serving, the cake was
cut and served by Mrs. L. P. Ba
ker. Jr., and Miss Betty llord. Mrs.
Ben Goforth, Jr., was at the pun
ch bowl assisted by Peggy Davis.
Sue Davis and Martha Wallace
passed mints. Directing guests
throughout the home were Mrs.
Ben Goforth. Mrs. Bun Goforth,
Mrs. Gus Petty, Mrs. L. W. Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Wallace.
Guests for the after-rehearsal
party were members of the wed
ding group, the two families and
a few close friends.
Miss Helen Ramsey
Accorded Courtesy
Mrs. J- B. Simpson was hostess
Tuesday night at a lovely can- .
asta party planned to compli
ment Miss Helen Ramsey much
feted bride-elect of the week.
When the guests arrived, the
tables were appointed for re
freshments and. the hostess was
assisted in serving pretty refresh
ment plates holding homemade
ice cream, cake and coffee.
After the bridge and canasta
games prizes were presented Miss
Leone Patterson, Miss Irene Al
len, Miss Helen Ramsey and Mrs.
Joe Hedden in bridge and Miss
es Diane Gartibld and Margaret
Payseur in canasta.
The hostess' gift to the honoree
was linen.
Mixed summer flowers were
, used to decorate the party rooms.
The W. L. Presslys
Dinner Hosts
A group of young people leav
ing ifor school were entertained
by Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Pressly at
their home on Tuesday evening.
A three-course dinner was served
from a table which had as its
centerpiece a flat ibowl of full
bloom pink roses.
Guests Included Misses Iris
Paterson and Clara Plonk, Mof
fatt Ware, Jr., and Norman Mc
GH1.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs, Dixon Leslie of
Fort Mill wore Saturday guesis
of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ware.
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George Allen of New York was a
Labor Day guest of his parents,
Mr, and Mrs. George Allen. -
Mr. and M<-s Prnest Hayes and
children of Charleston, S. C., Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Teeter and child
ren oif Oakboro were guests last
week of Mr and Mrs. O. T. Hay
es. They came especially to at
tend the Hayes reunion.
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George Thomasson entered Me
morial hospital Tuesday for ob
servation and treatment.
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman spent
the Labor Day holiday's with
Commander and Mrs. Robert
Trower at Charleston.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Keeirr as
tended. the five day Natiana.
Walking Hgrsc Celebration in
Shelbyvilie, Tenn., last week.
Mrs. O. T Hayes a nd- children
of Shreveport, La., are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Hayes
Miss Barbara Jean Matthews,
Demauth Blanton and Harold
England leave Sunday ror Mars '
Hill College.
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Mrs. Wade H. Thomas and vhil
dren, Tony, Wayne, and Berry,
have returend to their home in
Norfolk, Va., after spending three ,
weeks with Mrs. Thomas' ' par- j
e'ntx, Mr. -and 'Mrs. Boyce Ware,
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Master Tony Lee Stone has re
turned to his home in Norfolk,
Va., after spending the summer
with his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Boyee Ware.
Look Youi Best This Fall With
a New Dobbs Fall Hat !
Top off that new outfit with a brand
new hat. And to insure perfect fit se
lect from our large ranges of new
styles and shapes.
$10
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Customers*
Corner
Cleanliness is desirable in any
store and it in essential in a food
store.
Our employees strive constantly to be ?itre
that whrn yon go to your AAP you will find:
Clean Food ...
Sold by Clean Clerkn .
In a Clean Store.
It you think w e need sprucing up. the men
and women in' your store will appreciate it
If you will let us konw. Please write:
Customer Relations Department,
A&P Food Stores
420 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, N. Y.
A & P's Policy
Of Marking Price
On Erery Item
In The Store
Mokes It Easy
For You To
( ]heck
1 our Daily Savings
As You Shop,
Ann Page Gelatin Desserts
Sparkle 3
Ann Page C'lferry
Preserves .....
Ann Page Salad
Dressing ......
Ann Page. Prepared
Spogheiti
Pkgs
16-Oi.
Jar
Pt.
Jar
15^-Or
Can
Ann Page?With Pork & Tomato Sauce
Beans 'c.?'
17c
31c
29c
13c
11c
SWIFT
PREM
12-Oz
Can
52c
AJAX
CLEANER
2 ????? 23c
JERGEN'S LOTION MILD
SOAP
Har
8c
LUX
FLAKES
Lge
Pkg.
28c
SWAN
SOAP
Med.
Bars
17c
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Nlblots Brand
Corn .
Delmonte Sliced
Pineapple ....
lona Sliced & Halves
Peaches
Early June
lona Peas . .
Coldstream Pink
Salmon
Packer's Isabel Hod Sour Pitted
Cherries
Whitehouse .
Evap. Milk ... ... 2
Sunnyfield #
Com Flakes *Qz
lkg
Tuna Fish .
Packer's Label
9 12 O 7..
Cans 27c
Sn2 29c
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No. 2
Can
No 1
Toll
C?n .
No 2
Can
Tall
Cans
25c
-13c
39c
23c
23c
12c
35c
Apple Sauce
No. 2
Can
15c
Mild & Mellow Coffee
8 O'CLOCK
IVORY
FLAKES
& 28c
IVORY
SNOW
pS: ' 28c
DREFT.
pit 28c
Glanf
Pkg.
74c
CRISCO
3-Lb.
Can
91c
l-I.b
Bag
77c
Armour's
Pure Lard
Niblet's Brand
Mexicorn
Cream of Wheat .
Swift Jewel ...
Nabisco Sugar Honey Maid
Graham Crackers
Self Rising Klour
Sunnyfield .......
AfcP's Own Vegetable Shortening
Dexo
Libby's
Fruit Cocktail ....
AArP or Keystone
Grape Juic*
oolden Maid Colored
Margarine
V
1 -Lb
Pkg
1 2-Oz
Can
14-Oz
Pkg
I-Lb
Pkg
1 -Lb
Pkg
10-Lb.
Bag
3-Lb
Can
22c
19c
18c
27c
29c
79c
91c
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Can *IC
Pt
Bot.
I Lb
Pkg.
23c
24c
JUIC Y CAL
Lemons
12c lb.
GOLDEN RIPK
Celery - 9 c Bananas
12c lb.
LARGE STALK
GOLDEN
HEART
SNOW WHITE Head
CAULIFLOWER .... 27c
SEEDLESS
YELLOW
ONIONS? lb. 5c
4 * ' %
NEW RED BLISS 5 LBS
POTATOES 23c
GRAPES? lb 14c
CAL. BARTLETT
PEARS? lb 15c
NEW WHITE 10 LBS.
POTATOES 35c
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