North Carolina Newspapers

    MRS. P. D. HERNDON, Editor
Phone 167
Junior G. A.'s Meet
In Logan Home
The Junior G. A.'s of the First
Baptist church met Thursday af
ternoon with Misses Lynda arid
Judy Logan.
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Mrs. D. F. Hord, Jr., leader, as- )
sisted by Judy Logan and Diane
Henderson gave a program on
"Out Missionaries". The meeting
was closed with sentence prayers.
After the program hot choco
late and cookies Were served by
the hostesses.
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going smartness of gabardine show up at
their best in Wings sport shirts. Carefully
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MYF Opposes
Cheating
The Senior Methodist Youth
Fellowship began a campaign to
lessen o.eat'ng ii? our schools by
pledging last Sunday morning to
refuse personally to cheat, refuse
to help others cheat, and to en
courage others to join in this
campaign. Over twenty young
people signed personal pledges to
this effect. The Community Ser
vice Commission of the MYF in
stigated this project, realizing
jthdtr cheating is dishonest and
defrauding, and that the Chris
tian will "study to show himself
approved unto God" and accept
his grades, whether he passes or
fails, as his. own. A few of the
class members who work also
signed pledges to practice hones
ty in their dealings In life, and to
render full service for pay receiv
ed, thus not cheating their em
ployers-.
Following a program led by
Nan Jean Gantt, the project was
introduced by Don Patterson, co
chairman of Community Service,
and pledge cards were distribute
ed by Phillip Dye, chairman of
Community Service. '
It is hoped that other young
people of the community will
join the Methodist youth in their
stand against cheating.
The Sam Dyes Note
30th Anniversary
" . / -
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dye celebra
ted their 30 th wedding anniver
sary Sunday at their home.
Their children, brothers, sisters,
their children and a few close
friends gathered to share the
happy occasion with them. At
the noon hour a picnic dinner
was served.
MYF To Attend
AA Meeting
The Senior MYF plana to at
tend the Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting Sunday night at Centra!
; Methodist church, as a propeci'
backed by the Community Serv
ice Commission to learn more a
bo'ut the alcohol problem.
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Youth Rally
In Asheville ' :
The Western N. C- Youth Rally
will be held in the City Auditori
um in Asheville on Saturday
night, Sept. 23, at 8 o'clock. Bus
es will be chartered toy the Gas
tonia Sub-District, and young
people planning to attend are
asked to bring their fare Sunday
in order to have a seat reserved.
Buses will leave Saturday after
noon and return Saturday night
after the meeting.
Harris-Collins
Marriage Announced
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harris an
nounce the marriage of their dau
ghter, Nora (Mae, to Billie Dean
Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. O.
Collins. The marriage took place
in Gaffney, S. C., Sunday, Sep
tember 10. They were accompa
nied by Mr. -and Mrs. Emery Mur
ray.
MAM I
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$1635
NAN TAILOR dresses you in
a slim young charmer.
Leather belt indents the
waist ... A wealth of welt
stitching decorates the
bodice, smart pointed collar
and flare-back cuffs.
Handmade buttonhole is
a feature. In Chapella* . . .
a fine new quality
? , ' rayon gabardine.
Sixes iiVi to 22 Yi.
In Fall's newest shades.
SUPERLATIVE
FALL "SLIMMER"
FOR HALF-SIZES!
MRS. DONALD WEBSTER BLANTON
Miss Helen Ramsey Married
To Donald Blanton On Sunday
Miss Helen Ramsey, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Logan Ram
sey and Donald Webster Blan
ton, son of Mr and Mrs. Ralph C.
Blanfon of Gastonia were marri
ed Sunday morning in a candle- {
light ceremony of beauty and j
charm at. Saint Matthew's Lufh- _
eranchurehv
'Rev. -51. T Fisher of Kpiridalc i
officiated using iiie double ring
?erc'rjio:iy.
Palms, "schtfflaria, white f irw?r
baskets of gisrnt chrysanthemums"
and seven branched candelabras
arr^od in i>rvamjd_fashian et.r ,
responding wfffv tlio arehltecturti!
lines orf th? church formed t-h?4
Setting fqr the vows.
Before the* ceremony Miss Vir
ginia Sumfners, organ-ist, played:
"Poeme" Sy Zibrlch, "Intermez
zo," from Cazabria Rusticana, by
Mascagni; ?Vliss Frances Sum
mers sang "Lord Who At Cana's
Wedding Feast" by William Gam
ble after the?vows were spoken,
"O Perfect Love", Barhby. The
wedding march from the third
act of "Lohengrin" by Wagner
PERSONALS
Eugene Allen who underwent
an operation in the Presbyterian
hospital in Charlotte last Wed
nesday is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Turner of
Charlotte were Monday night
guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. P. Ba
ker.
Mrs. Charles Sams, nee Virgin
ia. Logan, and two children . of
Washington, D. C., are guests of
Mrs. Sam's brother, Lawrence Lo
gan and Mrs. Logan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murray of
Hickory, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mur
ray of Maiden were Sunday
guests of their sister, Mrs. Y. F.
Throneburg.
Mrs. Will Allen spent several
daya last week with her son, Hal
Allen, and family of Charlotte.
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Rev. Harold Yoder of Liberty is
visiting Dick Baker this week.
Mrs. J. M Moore and daughter
Miss Eva Moore, were guests Sat
urday of Miss Jane Dover in
Shejby.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gamble and (
family* attended the funeral of j
Herbert Miller in Lincolnton. Mr.
Miller was an uncle of Mr. Gam
ble.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Ware return
ed Sunday night from a trip to
Omaha, Neb.
Mrs. R. H. Webb is visiting* her
sister, Mrs. J. Cannon in Concord.
j W. L. Grist, son of Mrs. George
; Allen has returned ito Clemson
! College where he is a member of
j the Senior class.
I Thomas P. Baker, son of Dr.
I and (Mrs. L. P. Baker, enlisted in
J the Air Corps and left for San An
tonio, Texas, last week.
| Mrs. Robert Alhran and chiid
j ren of Mt. Airy were guests of
i Mrs. A. L. Allran for several days
j last week.
Pfc. WilHam W. Prince arrived ,
last week in Victorville, Calif., ;
I from Fort Bragg, N. C? and is to
t be sent overseas from there.
Mrs. Floyd Payne and Miss!
Daisy Payne spent last week vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Avery,
in Dubach, La. Mrs. Payne return
ed this week.
Mrs. Frank Thomson of Tampa,
W*., will arrive Monday to spend
several days with Mrsf B. W. Gil
lespie, after having accompanied
her daughter, Ann, to Agnes
Scott College.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Prince,
and daughter, "Jenny,", Mrs. A.
B. Prince, and daughter, Betty,
spent last weekend hi Chapel Hill
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Al
ston and daughter, "Kathy." Mrs.
Prince remained for a vl 0* the** !
this week. 7y
was played for the processional :
and Mendelssohn's march from '
"A Midsummer. Night's Dream" i
was played for the recessional. |
Joljhnje McGinhis lighted the
candles.
The.- bride and groom entered j
the church toge'her.
The ushers .were Charles' Ram- |
i6y. brother Of#|he bride, and Hu- '
bext Pi an! on, brother of the
groom. ? ,
The bride wore a I.arry. Aidrld- |
ge gray suit \yith black accessor- t
ied. She carried a white .prayer j
book topped with orchid s. and ;
tin ribbon.
? MftJr-Ramsey, -mother of the
bride,, wore a navy suit - with
black accessories and a shoulder
corsage of pink rose buds. Mrs.
Blanton chose an aqua suit with
black accessories arid a corsage
of pink rosebuds.
Mr. and Mrs. Blanton left im*.
mediately after the ceremony for
a wedding trip. Upon their re
turn they will be at home In Gaa
tonla.
Margrace Club Met
Friday Evening
The Margraco Woman's club
met at the club house for its Sep
tember meeting last Friday ev
ening- Mrs. C. W. Kails presided
over the meeting: . Mrs. Walter
Gamble had charge c?? the devo
tional period.
Plans were made to have a cov
ered dish supper Saturday even
ing, Sept. 23. .Mrs. Clarrie Jones
and Mrs. Grady Rhea were ap
pointed to make ajanr^ments
for "a. trip the club plans to make
In the near future.
The C. D. Blantons
Bridge Hosts
Mr. and Mrs 0. P. Blanton were
[delightful hosts Thursday even
ing-entertaining at the Country
Club, with a dessert bridge party.
Lovely bouquets fit gladioli, mar
During the social period the
hostesses, Mrs. Floyd Gates, Mrs.
Marshall Gor^ and Mrs. Paul
Maunoy. 'served a pretty party
plate consisting of potato salad,
sandwiches, peach-a-la-mode,
home, made cake and an -iced
drink.
i igolds, zinnias and \>t her mixed
cut flowers in harmonizing fait
shades were used for decoration
in the lower flo?>r of the club.
Twelve tables of bridge were
In play during 'the evening with
Mrs. Paul Neisler and L,. E. Ab
bott winning high score prizes,
Mrs. Tolly Shuford and Arnold
Kiser winning second high, and
Martin' Harmon winning the tra
veling prize. ? ,
New varieties of strawberries
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are being tested in 10 demon
strations on jfarms in Duplin,
Pender, and Columbus cotinties.
burnt for ho?m en o cup of fuel
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torn, in oil b*nfini
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blend* with home fumithinqi
Tpffre^offlitize.
full 45,000 B.f.u. copoct!'
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PHONE 93
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la peace aad ia war. in boom times and bad times, we have
always done our level best to bring you your favorite na
tionally advertised health and beauty aids at the lowest
possible prices. We will continue to do so in the present sit
uation. We will resist with all out might all unjustifiable
price increases. We will keep prices low? no doublt about
that? and you'll profit here because we never profiteer.
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Almost ?*#ry prescription is
a combination ol several in
gredients. With painstaking
ears, the pharmacist com
bines the various drugs,
stop by stop, to form the one
medicine that is exactly
sight for you. And in every
step of the process, his skill
an/, 'ntegrlty are J Hit as
important as the ingredl
u>a used. At Kings Moun
tain Drug Company, yon
are assured that the highest
iml of professional skill is
exercised in every step of
the compounding process.
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The Large Slie
To serve effectively the health needs of the community, we
are entrusted with the keeping and dtapensing of barbitu
rates, sleeping pills, and other sedatives. These drugs,
when properly used according to the physicians directions,
can be a boon to suffering mankind. Unfortunately, how
ever. the layman hears and reads much more about their
abuse than their use. As a part of oun responsibility to the
public, we will never, under any circumstance, dispense
barbiturates without a prescription from a physician
known to us. These prescriptions can not be re- filled and
am so labeled before they leave our prescription labora
tory.
COMPLETELY and HEALTHILY AIR - CONDITIONED
KINGS MOUNTAIN
TH ? GZ--3 Srof*E DRUG COMPANY
PHONE 41 & 61 THE CITV'S MODERN STORE
    

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