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4RS. P. D. HERNDON. Editor Phone 167
1 : harden Club With
Mrs. P. M. Neisler .
^ Mrs. Paul NeiSler was hostess
fit a meeting of the House and
harden Club Wednesday after
oon at her home on Gaston
; ' tre^t.
The living room was decor JU
d with rosea. An exhibit was
j rought by each team- One fea
ured a rosegay to be used as a
enterpkce arranged by Mrs. Sam
? >. Davis; the other was a porch
rrangement of marigolds in an
Id straw hat arranged by Mrs,
, ..ubrey Mauney. Each was a
'arded a blue ribbon because of
tie.
Mrs. E> S. Bennett of Shelby
?as the speaker for the afternoon
sing as her subject, "Camellias."
i Mrs. Roscoe Lutz of Shelby was ;
' guest of the club.
Following the meeting, refresh
i ients were served by the host
ess.
The next meeting will be with j
rs. H. S Blackmer at the Coun
yciub !
\ ? ? ?' i
rhe membership Includes; MeS'
iQies L. E. Abbott, H. S, Black
er, G. E. Bridges. J. M. Cooper,
O. Davis, A. F. Dean, J. S. E
?ns, Ollie Harris, Arnold Riser,
ubrfcy Mauney, B. S. Neill. G, W,
auney, Henry NeLsler, Paul
etsler, F. R. Summers.
lirth Announcements
Mr. tartd Mrs. Billy Humphries
inounce the birth of a daugh
r, Wednesday, September 6,
telby hospital.
.THiinodhW "the 'birth of a daii- :
iter, Martha Lavonia, on Thurs
ty, Sept. 7, at Mercy hospital,
larlotte.
Mr. and Airs. John W. Bennett j
inounce t lie birth of a son on
.lursday, September T, at the
aslon Memorial ho^iltal.
Garden Club Meets
With Mrs. Pressly.
The Kings Mountain Garden
Club; held its first meeting of the
fall at the home of Mrs. W. L.
Pressly an Wednesday afternoon.
Asters, ginger Ulles, and dyed
pampas grass were used to deco
rate (the club rooms.
GuCst speaker of the aftern<*ui
was Mrs. A. E. Palmgran of Ch^ft
lotte, district director of the third j
district. Federation of Qarden j
Clubs, or North Carolina. Mrs.
Palmgren discussed with the lo
cal club, the projects sponsored
by the State Federation and gaVe
an irtterestlng summary of Fed
eration work.
A report was mad?i on the State
meeting held in Blowing Rock
in August.
Attractive year books were pre
sented each member. The year
books use for covers lovely hand
painted dogwood sprays with
cardinals,, the state flower, and
bird, done by Mrs. Howard Jack
son.
The club voted to hold an open
meeting On Thursday, October
19, at which time a well known
authority will be Invited to
speak on Camellias. This meeting
will be open to the public. The
hour and place will be announc
edlater.
At the conclusion of business,
Mrs. Pressly served a salad cour
se. * ?>'
Special guests included Mrs.
Palmgren, Mrs. Charles McGin
nis, and Mrs. C. H. Broward of
Charlotte.
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Mrs. W. B. Logan
Circle Hostess
The Rebecca Long circle of the '
Baptist chuij-'ji met Ntoniiay,;.
nfghf \vfih Mrs. W?. B. Logan. j"
Mrs. Pauline Weaver gave the:
devotional on "He That Read
eth." Mrs. B. N. Barnes presented |
a program on "Can You Read"? ,
After a short business, meeting
a social was enj?>,pd "by the 17
members present. j
Mrs. T. L. Cashwell was a vis
Social Calendar
Friday
7:30 ? Senior Woman's Club
meets in the club house.
7:30? ^The WOW circle will have
their officers club meeting
in the Masonic building.
Miss Eakin, North Caroli
na State Manager and Na
tional Director will be guest
speaker.
8:00? Hi-Lo Bridge club meets
with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brid
ges. ?
Monday
8:00? Circle 6 of the Methodist
Church meets with Mrs. Ro
bert Neill.
8:00 ? -Frances Garrison circle of
the ARP church meets with
Mrs. James Anthony, Jr.
8:00 ? Mary Kennedy Circle, ARP
church, meets at home of
Mrs. Pride Ratterree.
Tuesday
4 until 6? Mrs. E. W. Griffin a,nd
Mrs. R. S. Bargar are hav
ing a t>rop-In Party at 510
West Mountain street.
7:30 ? Study Club meets with Mrs,
W. T. Weir.
8:00? The Youth Council meets
at the home of Mrs. Baxter
Payseur. A period of recre
ation will be held prior to
the meeting,
Wednesday
3:30? P. T. A. of West School
meets in the auditorium.
3:30 ? The grammar school P. T.
A. of Central meets in the
auditorium.
School Preparing
Exhibit For Fair
The primary department "at
Kings Mountain's Central school
Is preparing an exhibit for the
Cleveland County Fair under the
direction of Miss Willie McGill,
principal of the department.
The exhibit will consist of
paintings and other art work
done by children of the first three
school grades.
The various schools in the
Kings Mountain system alternate
eagk^ar in prei^rlng fair ex
school won first place last year
at the Cleveland County Fair with
its model of the high school
building and a portrayal of the
many activities of the school.
This exhibit later won a $100
prize at the N. C. Fair in Raleigh. .
itor.
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INVITATIONS ISSUED ? Formal invitations hare been Issued for the
weddin9 of Miss Patricia Ann Albea, above, to George Ivy Womack,
Jr., formerly of Kings Mountain. The ceremony will take place Satur
day. the twenty-third of September, at 8 o'clock in the evening at |
Mayfair Baptist church. Jacksonville. Fla. A reception will be held {
immediately following the ceremony in the Spanish Room of Hotel
George Washington, in Jacksonville.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Z. F. Crfinford of Charlotte
spent Tuesday in Kings Moun
tain,
Nil's Veatress Weir impending
the month of September ?t Black
Mountain and Asheville.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Preasly who
have recently returned from
Edinburgh, Scotland, spent Mon
day and Tuesday with Rev. and
Mrs. W. L. Pressly.
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are sure to be much higher.
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PRINTS. CHAMBRAYS
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SPRINGMAID BROAD
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Special 59c yd.
YOU'LL LIKE THESE
TAFFETAS
Solid colors in greeny red. wine, purple,
black, and blue. Also: plaids, checks,
stripes and two-tones.
87c yd.
WIDE RANGE OF COLORS IN
GABARDINES
black, grey. wine. red. green and brick.
42. in. wide. Smoothe hard finish.
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+ CHENILLE
? JACQUARD
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in
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ONE TABLE
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PRINTS, SUITINGS
STRIPED BROADCLOTH
Old price 48c yd.
SOUD COLOR
WOOL GABARDINES
$2.98 yd.
CORDUROYS
inall the wanted colors: grey, light,
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tan. maize, wine. blue.
Sl.45andSl.69yd.
MYERS' Department Store
Dress Shop # Second Floor
i Mr. and Mrs. Gaffney Herndon
! and little son, Howard, of Burl
ington were weekend guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Whitener
are spending the weekend with
Mrs. Marie Bennett of Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wherry of
Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Parker. of Cherryvi lie visited Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Yarbrough Sun
j day. ? ;
Miss Jean MeClain left Mon
day for Greenville, S. C? to enter
the junior "class at Furman Uni
versity.
? Mrs. Ben D. Cornwell of Akron;
Ohio, arrived Sunday for an ex
tended visit with relatives.
Mr#. Bill Merritt and young son
of Roanoke, Va., Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Patrick and son of Charles
ton are visiting their parents,
Rev. and Mrs. P. D. Patrick.
Miss Helen Grealish, of Shelby,
clerk at Dixie-Homes Stores here,
has returned to her work, follow
ing an absence of several weeks
dueio illness.
Mrs. Gordon Beatty has return
ed from a visit with an. aunt, Miss
Laura Bell of Laurinburg. While
away she attended the wedding
of a niece, Miss Ann Beatty in
Greenville, N. C., and visited her.
son, Buddy Beatty, wfio is a stu
dent at Presbyterian Junior Col
lege, Maxton.
Man Found Guilty
Of Violating Law
Ed Jackson of route 3, Kings
Mountain, was found guilty of
violating the Employment Se
curity Law of North Carolina in
trial before Justice of the Peace
Lee Roberts Monday.
T. L. Whitley, Claims Deputy of
Gastonia, charged Jack9on with
failing to report the fact that he
was working when he filed a
claim for ttnemployment com
pensation benefits.
The court continued prayer for
judgment upon payment of the
costs taking into consideration
the fact that Jackson had previ
ously returned the benefit check
covering the fraudulent calm.
Frank Hamrick Now
At Reynolds Motors
Frank Hamrick, who formerly
operated a garage on City street,
has been employed by Reynold's
Motors as a mechanic according
to announcement this week by
Warren Reynolds, owner.
Mr. Hamrick sold his garege to
the City of Kings Mountain re
cently.
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