MRS. P. D. HERMDON.
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Mrs. C. J. Gault, Jr., and Miss
Martha Walker were hostesses to
circle two of Central Methodist
church Monday night at the ,
*r ictive new home of Mrs. Gault.
A playlet wt;? given by mem
bers of the circle entitled, "Look-,
in,; Backward, Thinking For
ward." ?? ?? ,,
The "business was presided ov
er by Mrs. Gault, circle chairman.
Mrs. Gault urged members to at-^
tend the Spiritual Life meeting
Wednesday afternoon. Ai\ offer
ing was taken for the American
During (He social period an
auction sale was enjoyed. Delid
Open House Held
At Baptist Church
Immediately following the ser
vice at the First Baptist church
Sunday night an open house was
held complimenting the hew pas
tor and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. T.
L. Cashwell, Jr.
Guests were invited into the
Sunday school department by
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Abbott,
t Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Keeter intro
our refreshments consisting of
frozen salad, sandwiches, cake
and punch was served to the 12
members present. ?
Mrs. E. B. Olive and Mrs. Billy
Putnam invited the group to meet
with them for the October meet
duced guests to the receiving line
which irtcltided Rev. and Mrs. T.
L. Cashwell, Jr., Rev. and Mrs. Joe
Brendall, president of the Minis
terial Association, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Williams, chairman of the i
Board of Deacons, Missoula Mae
Teague, Educational Director.
. The Deacons and their wives
helped welcome and entertain
Tlie refreshment table was un
usually attractive with clever ar
rangements of yellow and laven
der gladoli which extended from
the tall silver candelabra to the
ends of the table. The punch ser
vice was presided over by Mrs. W.
B. Logan and Mrs. Frank Ussery.
Trays of assorted cookies com
pleted the table appointments.
Mrs. J. C. Bridges, Mrs. D. F. Hord,
Jr., (Mrs. J. B. Palls, Mrs. Rowell
Lane, Mrs. A1 Dunn, 'Miss Joyce
Foster and Miss Betty Knox Davis
assisted In serving.
Goodbyes were said by Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. McClain. Organ music
was furnished by Miss Jean Mc
Colorful bowls of gladioli were
combined with other mixed flow
ers for decorations In the rooms
Brown two-buckle Loafer
$3.95 and J4L95
$2.96 ? $3.95 ? $4.95
Brown Buckle Loafer
Ideal tie style, black suede, gray
suede, or brown leather uppers. Crepe
$4.95 and $5.95
Brown Two-Buckle Loafer
$3,95 and $4.95
Brown Wedge-Heel Loafer
Saddle Oxfords, in black-and-white, or
SIZES 4 to 9 IN ALL STYLES SHOWN
Tlracc QKah A
Mr. And Mrs. Clarence T. Comwell
Celebrate Golden Anniversary
On the occasion of their Golden
Wedding Anniversary Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence T. Cornwell were
delightfully honored by their
daughters Monday night at a
dinner party held at the Country
Yellow asters and other yellow
flowers were used throughout the
reception room, hall and ball*
room. The dining room table was
centered with a georgeous four
tiered cake topped with "Golden
Wedding" 1n gold icing with
golden leaves as decorations on
This was flanked by two low
bowls of golden bronze roees and
covers were laid for 37 guests.
The guests of honor were pre
sented with a corsage and bou
tonnlere of golden bronze roses
and as guests arrived each one
was presented a boutonniere of
Mr. and Mrs. Cornwell who had
Mrs. Ellerbe Feted
One of the lovely parties of last
week was given by Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Weir at their home Friday
? night as a special courtesy to
Mrs. E. B. Ellerbe, mother of Mrs.
Weir. The event was planned to
honor Mrs. Ellerbe on her birth
Lovely arrangements of mixed
flowers were used profusely In
the living room. The dining room
was a scene of loveliness. The ta
ble was overlaid with a hand
some maderla cloth. In the cen
ter was a crystal bowl filled with
white roses and asters flanked
on either side with silver candle
sticks' with a crystal epergnette
holding lighted green tapers.
Crystal plates holding mints
molded as oalla lilies, valley lil
ies and roses completed the ap
pointments. On the buffet was a
similar arangement with crystal
eandelsticks and a crystal eper
gnette holding sweetheart rose*
trtRis and pink verbena., A color
note of green and white was car
ried out in the molded ices with ;
individual white iced oakes deco
rated with valley lilies. Mrs. Paul
Fry received at the dining room
door. Miss Jett Plonk received in
the dining room passing out nap
kins as guests entered. Mrs. Eu
gene Roberts and Mrs. S. S. Weir,
Jr., served. , ?
Dahlias in soft pastel shades
created a unique setting for the
crystal punch service which was
placed on an antique table In the
hall. Miss Janet Scoggins and
Miss Marie Lineberger served
Guests were greeted by Mr. and
Mts. Weir and presented to the
honoree. Mrs. Ellerbe, who was
very smart in a black crepe dresS
and a shoulder epaulet of pink
Two Are Hostesses
For Circle Meeting
Circle 3 of the First Presbyter
ian church met Monday night in
the home of (Miss Helen Hay with
Mrs. J. W. Webster as co-hostess,
Mrs. P. D. Patrick gave an in
teresting Bible dtudy on Daniel's
The program was given by Mrs.
Hall Goforth, Mrs. H. L. Camp
bell and Mrs. Paul Neisler.
Fallowing the program s social
hour was enjoyed, delicious re
freshments were served.
Mrs. E. A. Smith will be hostess
to the circle next month.
Kings Mtn.-Gastonia Highway
Box Office Open 6:15
Show Begins 6:45
FRIDAY, Sept. IS
"Edward My Son"
Spencer Tracy- Deborah Kerr
"Six Gun Music"
SATURDAY. Sept. 16
i "The Younger Brothers"
Wayne Morris- Janii Paige
SUNDAY, Sept 17
"The Kissing Bandit"
News and Cartoon
MON? TUES.. Sept. lt-19
J Victor Mature- Lucille Ball
WED- THUR_ Sept. 20-21
TODAY. SEPT. 22
"A Likely Story"
Bill Williams- Barbara Hale
. "Stagecoach Kd"
SATURDAY. Sept. 23
TkU Is A Family Theatre
All Children 'Under 13
ADMITTKO fgflgg^ ?
?HRwrnJinrt At Dnattf
received flowers, gifts and tele
grams from friends' during the
anniversary day were paid tri
bute by Mrs. Lawrence Logan,
their daughter, with a toautt from
all their children. Following the
toast to the honorees, Mrs. J. M.
McGinnis of Dallas, read a poem
written especially for the occas
ion by Mrs. Emma Austell. Mrs.
McGinnis sang two of her par
ent's favorite selections, and by
request from all present, Mr. and
Mrs. Corn well sang two songs ac;
companled by their daughter,
Mrs. Archie Saunders of Stanley.
Part of ttfe original wedding
party present were, Mr. and Mrs.
Ira B. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Aus
tin Turner of Charlotte, and Mrs.
Emma C. Austell of Dallas, and
Mrs. William Johrisan of Char
A delicious four-course dinner
was served to the following
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Saunders of
Stanley; Mr- and Mrs. J. M. Mc
Ginnis, Dallas; Mrs. Charles Mul
wee, Memphis. Tenn.; Mr. and
Mrs. Percy Dilling, Mr. and Mrs.
E. K. Whitener, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Logan, Kings Moun
tain. Grandchildren present were
Mr. and Mrs. 'William' B. Bell,
Grover; Mr. and Mrs. J.' B. Corn
well, Lincolnton; Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Bentley and Joe Saunders,
Stanley; Mike McGinnls, Dallas;
Howard Turner, Charlotte; Mary
Helen Logan and Annie Vera Dil
Later the party went to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. K.
Whitener where movies were
shown of their 49th .anniversary
A TRIBUTE TO
THE WOMEN'S CLUBS
These groups of your local 'vomen who have organiz
ed themselves into Clubs, deserve the unstinted com
mendation of all of usl There are bridge clubs. There
are self-improvement clubs. There are clubs whose
charitable work among the needy exemplifies the fi
nest traits of American womanhood. Most of these
are home women, women with families and all the
cares of home management. Yet they find time for
richly-deserved recreation, as well as charitable ac
tivities. They are making the most of their busy lives
. . . and we heartily applaud their feminine proclivi
ties. Let's give them generous support : whenever
they request it I
GASTONIA. N. C.
Double Deck Club
With Mrs. Gamble
Mrs. J. N. Gamble was hostess
on Tuesday night to members of
the Double Deck bridge club and
one additional guest, Mrs. Corn
well. The roams for the party
were especially pretty with col
orful arrangements of mixed
flowers. Tables were appointed
for refreshments and a dessert
course was served upon the arri
val of members.
Mrs. W. K. Willis received high
score prize, Mrs. W. M. Moorhead,
second high. Mrs. Ben D. Corn*
well of Akron, Ohio, guest of
Mrs. Ben H. Goforth.was remem
bered with a gift.
New prices, as follows, will be
EFFECTIVE. MONDAY. Sept. 18
at the undersigned barber shops of
Kings Mountain :
HAIRCUT, adults 75c
HAIRCUT, children 65c
HAIRCUT, children 75c
SHAMPOO ... 75c
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Other prices will be proportionate
PHENIX BARBER SHOP
CENTRAL BARBER SHOP
WRIGHTS BARBER SHOP f
^ * P- ttA*PEB SHOP ^
M ARGRACE BARBER SHOP %
GAFFNEY'S BARBER SHOP
STOUPE'S BARBER SHOP
"Import New*" in a. match
vug plaid and check of all wuvt
Italian in inspiration the
fabric is used if loomed for
this style alone. The joining
of plaid and check creates
a star pointed skirt. 9 to IS
Black I Royal