Blanton-Ramsey Cake Cutting Miss Irene Allen and Mrs. Charles Ramsey entertained at the home of Miss Allen Saturday night, with a beautiful cake cut ting for Miss Helen Ramsey, pop ular bride-elect, and her fiance, Donald Blanton, following their wedding rehearsal. For the occasion Miss Ramsey chose a Flamingo-red tissue fail Je frock which she wort with black accessories. A lovely bouquet consisting of Bayender asters, false dragon and snap dragons centered the man tel in the living room. Candles ?were used on either end of the mantel. These were hand decora ted. The soft shade of lavender and pink was repeated in the dining room where the refresh ment table decorations were es pecially pretty. The table was covered with a Madeira cloth. A three-tiered wedding cake with a miniature bride and groom cen tered the table. Ivy was used a round the cake and at the base of the candelabra. On another table covered wfth a white linen cloth a large punch bowl nestled in ivy and asters from which lime sherbet punch was served by Mrs. JoeHedden. After the traditional first piece of cake had been cut by the bride and groom Miss Diana Gamble cut and served the cake. Others assisting were Misses Margaret Payseur, Joyce Foster and Betty Hayes; Little Patsy and Rose Mai Thursday Book Club Meets With Mrs. Moss The monthiy meeting of (the Thursday afternoon Book Club Mrs. was held Thursday afternoon with Mrs. H. N". Moss. The rooms for the meeting were especially pretty with rojes, asters, and oth er late summer blossoms. Mrs. E. L. Campbell, progra - chairman for the afternoon, pr?_ sented Mrs. Aubrey Mauney, who introduced Mrs. Alexander Grants, a Latvian, who told of the customs, dress and festivals of her native country, showing dolls dressed in Latvian costu mes and pictures of scenes from Latvia. Mrs. Moss served molded cheese salad, chicken salad sandwiches, fruit drink and date bars. A short business meeting of the members was held after the so cial period. Invited guests included Mrs. Fred Baker, Atlanta,- Ga., Mrs. F. E. Finger. Mrs. Will Bird, Mrs. Lona McGill, Mrs. Meek Or manu, Mrs. C. T. Carpenter, Mrs. E. W. Griffin, Mrs. Aubrey Mau ney, Mrs. A. Grants, Mrs. M. K. Fuller, Mrs. Elmer Spencer and Mrs. Harvey Williams of Gasto nia. colm passed mints and nuts. Guests were greeted by Mrs. Charles Ramsey. Members of the weding party, out-of-town guests and a. few close friends attended the lovely party. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED DR. D. M. MORRISON OPTOMETRIST DV KINGS MOUNTAIN On Each Tuesday and Friday Afteltooons Bonn 1 to 5 9. M. MORRISON BUILDING Telephone 316- J EVENINGS BT APPOINTMENT IN SHE LB T ~ _ Monday. Wednesday and SATURDAY 8 A. M. to 5 V. M. Tuesday and Friday 8 A. M. to 12 Noon Royster Building Dial 5981 Mrs. Aubrey Mauney Is Party Hostess 'Mrs. Johnnie Kerns, Mrs. Jack j Mauney. Mrs Herman Eagle of Lartdis.recent brides, Misses Hel en Ramsey and Avis Mae War lick, brides-elect, were compli mented Friday night with a pret ty bridge and canasta party given by Mrs. Aubrey Mauney at her home on Gf?ston street. The decorative theme utilized summer flowers. The individual tables appointed for refresh ments were centered with pastel colored candles tied with white ribbon surrounded with dainty flowers. The honorees' places were marked with white nose gays. Following a dessert course of i Cantaloupe Sundae with coffee oridge and canasta were played with Miss Avis Warllck winning the high score in bridge.and Miss Pauline Mauney winning in canasta. I Mrs. Mauney prfcsehted the 1 honorees with gifts. The F. W. Plonks Bridge Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plonk en tertained with a dessert bridge party at their home on Wednes day night, their guests were members of the Couples Club.and one addtional guest, Mrs. Amos Dean. Late summer blossoms in artis tic arangements were used throughout the home. When scores were compiled at the close of the progressions high score awards were presented Mrs. George H. Mauney and D. M. Peeler. ?? -V . Mrs. H. R. Hunnicutt Fetes Ace Of Clubs A delightful meeting of the Ace of Clubs was held Thursday aft ernoon with Mrs. H.' R. Hunnicutt at her home on Piedmont avenue. J Roses, zinnias, White gladioli 1 pink and white coral viije were! used as decorative features, the] .tjpen fire casting a soft glow over ' the room added a cheery nfttfl.. 1 It was revealed at the count of j scores that Mrs J. M. -Cooper held I high score, wit!. Mrs. Carl, Mau ney runner up for second high. Mrs. Martin Harmon and Mrs. J. H. Arthur were invited to play with the members. A salad and sweet course with coffee was served after the pro gressions. . Miss Davis Becomes Bride Of . Mr. Ware In Pretty Ceremony GASTON I A, S^pt. 9. ? Miss Stel- ] la Mae Davis and James Buford Ware exchanged marriage vows before the altar of West End Me thodist church on Saturday eve ning at 8 o'clock. Officiating in the double ring cerehiony was the Rev. Thomas F. Higgins, pastor of the bride. Two large baskets of white glad ioli, posed against a background of palms and Oregon fern, were used as altar decorations. Light ed tapers burned in seven bran ched candelabra. Organ music was presented by Mrs. Flora Sullivan and voice numbers were given by Erhie Wood. Mrs. Sullivan's program vast, played during the ceremo ny; "To a Wild Rose," by Mac Dowell; "Liebestrauni," by Liszt, and "Song to an Evening Star,".] by Wagner. Traditional wedding marches were used. Mr. Wood sang '-Because," by'] d'.Hardelot, "Always,".' by Berlin, and, as a benediction, "Seal Us j 0 Holy Spirit." Given in marriage by her un cle, William L. Pettus, the bride wore an ankle length bridal sa tin gown, designed with a snug bodice, full skirt, and oval neck line. Sell-covered buttons ended at a point on the waistline and were featured on the three quar ter length sleeves. Her shoulder tip veil fitted to a satin cap head dress and was caught at either j side by lilies of the valley. She j carried a satin-bound prayer I book under a purple throated I white orchid which was showered j with satin ribbons ' 'and lilies, j Lace mitts completed her bridal attire. The matron of honor, Mrs. Wil liam L. Pettus, wore a copy of the bride's dress in Lido blue satin j with matching mitts. She carried I a nosegay of white flowers and I malirie decorations. Her head ] band was of white net and bios- ] soms. Bridesmaids were Miss Pat Street and Miss Ruth Davis, the j latter a cousin of the bride?They j wore ankle length gowns of ice j blue satin, similar in design to j the matrons of honor's dress, with I matching mitts and white net1 coronets. Walter Ware served as his bro 1 ther's best man. Ushers were Jack I Ware, brother of the bridegroom, Menzell Phifer, W. F. Stone,' Jr., < and Harold D&vta, the bride's brother. The bride's stepmother wore wine ctepe wiith black accessori es and white carnations at her I shoulder. The mother of the bridegroom was gowned in black crepe, worn With black accessories and a shoulder bouquet of white carna tions. The daughter of Ben Davis and the late Mrs. Ollie Harrill Davis, ihe bride is a graduate of Gas tonia high school. She is employ ed at F. W. Woolworth Company, The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and "Mrs. F. C. Ware of Kings Mountain. He attended Bethware high school in Cleveland county land is connected with the Dixie ' Home Stores there. After the ceremony the coupje left for a trip to Virginia. For traveling the bride wore a wine | suit and navy accessories. At her shoulder she. pinned the orchid from her wedding bouquet. Out-of-town gqests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs; F. C- Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ware, Mr., and Mrs. Menzell. Phi fer. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stone, Jr., Miss Annette Ware, Bobby, Mike, and Jack Ware, and Mr and Mrs. Monroe Lovelace of Kings Moun tain; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Har rill of Gaffney, S- C.; Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Harrill, Mrs. George D. Harrill, Miss Mai Harrill, and Mr. and Mrs. McClue Teague of Charlotte; Mr. and Mrs. ' Frank Ervin of Paw Creek; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ware of Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ware of Fay etteville, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ware of Burlington; Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart of Woodruff, S. C. and Mrs. Carl White and family of Cordova. Mrs. W. L. Ramseur Bridge Club Hostess Mrs. W. L. Ramseur was bridge hostess Friday afternoon, enter taining members joL the For*. night?7S.Club. Bowls of cut summer flowers decorated the rooms and bridge was played progressively throu ghout the afternoon. During the game the hostess served a salad and sweet course, ? I Mrs. Jim Smith was high scor- I er for the afternoon. Uncle Sain Savs "X/" OIJ CAS SEE here how smart ?* ** is? don't have to he told that it's the most quickly identi fied car on the road today. You probably know that the en gine under that hroad honnet is a Fireball straight-eight valve in-head engine and a lively % stepper its any company. Yoh can check the abundance of its room by the simple expedient room- way ro?rr?owr-TM. rveo??? hon* end (1) ?'? ?h? ?tyl? not., (2) K.V., (Wpoir cojtj- WWMcal borv or* individually r? p4o<?ofel?, (3) ovoidi "locking periling and garogjng ooilcr. of taking the family and trying out its spaciousness at the nearest Buick dealer's ? and a very few minutes osi the open road will satisfy you that all-coil spring i**g> low-pressure tires and Buick s torque-tube drive really do produce a ride that is match less for its soft comfort. But right now, it may be that the money angle is the thing uppermost in your mind, and on that we'd like to make two points: All our records go to show this is the most eco Buick ever built. It oil, on it with at Dynaflow Drive,* it imme diately eliminates all chance of friction-clutch repair and re placement ? not to mention greatly reducing rear-axle and transmission maintenance. 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