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To Celebrate
Silver Anniversary . .
Invitations reading as follows
have been issued:
1925 l?$Q
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ussery
request the pteasure of .your
company
"Ml "*? ? on the
Twenty-fifth Anniversary
of theii- marriage
on Sunday, October the eighth ?
nineteen hundred and fifty
from four to six-thirty o'clock
It Williams Circle
**"? Lexington, N. C.
R. s. v. p. ,
Mrs. Jim Smith Fetes
Fortnighters Club
Mrs. Jim Smith was hostess
Friday afternoon to the Fort
nighters club at her home on East
King'street.
Zlnnia.s and other colorful blos
soms were used for effective de
coration. :?
During the progressions of
bridge the hostess served a salad
course.
After bridge a comparison of
Mores ahowed Mr#. George Hou
ser, winner of the high score
prize and Mrs, W. t. Ramseur
winner of second high.
Mrs. Martin Harmon - and Mrs.
C. F. Thomasson were invifed to
play with club members.
LADIES,
It Pays To Look Well
A Visit To The
Phenix Beauty Shop
WILL CONVINCE YOU
We use nothing but the best of materials fur your
protection. ' ? .
Perhianents from $5.00 up
WE WILL APPRECIATE A CALL FROM YOU
Mrs. Rozella Ford Mrs Dot Tarpjey
Operators
EVEfffflG WORK BY APPOINTMENT
PHENIX BEAUTY SHOPPE
Telephone 109-W
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NO BELTS.
NO PADS.
NO PINS
NO ODOR
Invisible Under
Swimsuits
Look to Kings Mountain Drug Company for the
lowest prices on nationally advertised health and
beauty aids and all drug merchandise, Nobody has
more of them than we do because we make every
price a low price every day. And what's more, we
intend to keep our prices low so you will always
be sure that your money buys more at this friendly
drug store.
Pin Curl Permanent $1.25
Tussy Dry Skin Freshener, lg. . . . $1.00
Tussy Dry Skin Cream, $2 lor . . . $1.00
Gillette Super Special
Razor 98c
GILLETTE
' Leather Giant 49c
LARGE
Skin Bracer 98c
SHRUinC n E E 0 5
DRENE
Shampoo 49c
Deodorant
Stcppette Wc
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BRIDGE. COCKTAILS
OR LUNCHEON
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A Trust- Worthy
Label
Du;ing the years that we
hare served this communi
ty' our familiar label on
prescription medicine has
become a symbol for the
highest quality pharmaceu
tical work. Our record for
faithful service is the result
of our trained and expert*
enced staff or pharmacists
? extensive stocks of pure,
fresh drugs ? and a com
pletely modem laboratory ?
and the will to render the
finest professional service
possible. And this is why
tors so often say. ?
ave it filled at Kings
Mountain Drug Company.
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PHONE 4I&8! THE CJT Y M0DERNLST0RE
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Miss Plonk Entertains
One High Rook Club
Friday night at the home of
Mrs. J. H. Arthur, Mis? Jett Plonk
was hostess to members of the
One High Rook Club wkh sever
al visitors invited to Join the
groji-p for rook and refreshments.
"Hie Arthur home was especial
ly pretty with designs of mari
golds and zinnias.
A deHclo'-s chicken salad cour
se with coffee and cherry tarts
and whipped cream was served
the guests after which rook was
played.
Visitors present were Mrs. H.
N. Moss, Mrs. E. B. Ellerbe, Mrs.
it. G. Plonk, Misses Marie Line
berger and Janet Scoggins.
Prizes were awarded the high
and second high score winners,
Mrs.. W. M. Moorhead and Mrs.
Wilson Crawford.
Mrs. Ramseur Bridge
Club Hostess
Mrs. W. L. Ramseur entertained
members of the Tuesday After
noon Bridge club at her home this
week. Floral arrangements of ro
ses and mixed fall flowers were
used for the decorative theme.
Mrs. Robert Bargar of James
town, N. Y., Mrs. J. M. Cooper and
Mrs. L. A. Kiser were additional
guests of the hostess.
A salad and sweet tourse was
served during the progressions.
At the count of scores Mrs.
Hugh Ormand held high score
and was presented a prize.
Mr, Hiatte To Speak
On Camellias
The Kings Mountan Garden
Club will hold an open meeting
on Thursday, Oct. 19 at 8 o'clock
at the Woman's Club.
Mr. Bill Hiatte of Southport, N.
C., will speak on "Camellias."
Mr. Hiatte is an authority on Ca
mellias and an interesting and
attractive speaker. He will also
s'titiw- -picture* -using "a-prolector
This program has been arrang
ed by Mrs. Joe Neisler.
The Garden Club extends a cor
dial Invitation to every one to
hear Mr. Hiatte.
Three Are Hostesses
For Gleaners Class
The Gleaners Class of the First
Baptist church held Its regular
monthly meeting Monday night
! at the home of Mrs. Dickie Tate
with Mrs. Able Martin and Mrs.
Johnny Beam as co-hostess.
Mrs. B. N. Barnes ?ave the de
votional and Mrs. Earl Ledford
led in prayer.
During the business session pre
sided over by the new president,
Miss Mablc Logan, reports were
given by the group captains and
the treasurer. The following com- j
mittees were appointed: Flowers
and Gift chairman, Mrs. Dickie
Tate; reporter, Mrs. Howard
Ware.
Mrs. Harold Crawford, charter
member of the class invited the
class to have.<helr 17th birthday
party at her home.
Mrs. Quinn Whisnant was in
charge of the A?llowship. hour.
Deilcious refreshments were ser
ved.
Mr a. T. L. Cashwell was a wel
comed visitor.
Contract Club Meets
With Mrs. Harmon
The Contract Club met with
Mrs. Martin Harmon Tuesday af
ternoon.
Her home was artistically dec
orated with arrangements of
white glads and pom-pom chry
santhemums.
The guests enjoyed four pro
gressions of bridge with Mrs. iJbn
Blanton awarded high score and
Mrs. Hal Plonk, second high.
A sweet course of apple sauce
cake and coffee, was served by
the hostess ?
Girl Scout Leaders
SchoalQctpber fed
There will be a Girl Scout Lead
ers school held in the First Bap
tist church Tuesday, October 3, at
7:30 p. m. for all Girl Scout lead
I era and committee members of
District 2.
District 2 comprises Grover,
Bessemer City, Kings Mountain
and Lincolnton Academy. The
school will be Under the direction
of Miss Funderburke and Mrs.
Gene Blanton. All scouts are in
cited. ? '
Mrs. Coman Falls
Fetes Bridge Club
Mrs. Coman Falls entertained
members of the Tuesday Night
Bridge club at her horn'1 this
week. Guest of honor at this time
was Miss Addle Mae Page, guest
of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Harry
Page. Miss Page leaves next
week for Alaska where she will
be stationed as a missionary
nurse.
Bridge was played in rooms at
tractively arranged with red ros
es and red dahlias, pink roses and
orchid dahlias.
After the games, the hostess
gave her guest of honor a special
gift and presented high score
prize to Mrs. Robert Miller and
low score to Miss Page.
A nice chicken salad course
with sweets and coffee was ser
|yed at the close of the evening.
Miss Martha Walker
Honored At Shower
Miss Martha Walker, bride
elect of October, was honored
Tuesday night at the Woman's
Club by a miscellaneous shower
given by Misses Lela Clark and
Grace Davis. The room was love
ly with arrangements of roses,
dahlias, marigolds, and other fall
flowers.
Upon arrival, Miss Walker was
presented a beautiful corsage of
pink roses by the hostesses. The
following out-of-town guests
were then introduced to the
group: Mrs. A. L. Deveney, moth
er of the groom; Mrs. George
Moss, sister of the groom; and
Mrs. Harland Deveney, sister-in
Jaw of the groom; all of Waco.
Thirty-eight were present.
The guests enjoyed a game of
rhyming a bridal poem, and the
prize for this game went to Mrs.
J. Baxter Payseur. Winner In a
kitchen game, that of idenltfy
ing items from the pantry shelf
cleverly concealed in pieces of
cloth, was Mrs. C. J. Gault, Jr.
Miss Dorothy Hayes received the
prize for a game of scrambled
words contained 1n "The Bride's
Trousseau" and "The Bride's First
Meal." Prizes were presented by
the winners to the honoree.
A recent bride, Mrs. Donald
Blanton, was presented a gift by
the hostesses.
Delicious refreshments were
then served by Misses Clark and
Davis. Each guest received a nap
kin embossed with the words,
"Martha and Pete." Refreshments
consisted of coffee, chicken salad
on lettuce, toasties, round pimen
toe cheese sandwiches, and indi
| vidual cocoanut cakes.
I A large box trimmed in green
and white, overflowing with
beautiful and useful gifts was
| brought into the room, and pre
ed the gifts and passed tVierrT for
the guests to see.
I District Meeting To
Be In Cherry ville
The -31st District meeting of
District 3 of the D. A. R. will be
held in the First Presbyterian
| church Friday Octohri 6.
Registration will begin at 1 p.
] m. The meeting will open at 2 p.
; m. Miss Virginia Horn, State Re
gent of Greensboro, with other
I State and National officers will
attend.
After the meeting a tea will be
held in the Fellowship Hall of
the church.
Auxiliary Meets
In Legion Hall
The American Legion Auxiliary
held their monthly meeting In
the Legion building Thursday
night with Mrs. C. L. Jolly, Mrs.
Clannie Jones and Mrs. Sam Ham
rick as hostesses.
Mrs. F. R. McCurdy was pro
gram chairman. During the bus
iness meeting plans were made
to visit Oteen the second Sunday
in October. The president urged
all members to go.
After the business a social hour
was enjoyed. Light refreshments
were served.
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Mrs. Ware Honors
Visitors With Dinner
Mrs. M. A. Ware entertained
with a lovely dinner party at the
Country Club on Friday night,:
paying honor to Mrs. Frank
Thompson of Tampa, Fla., and
Mrs. R. S. Bargar, of Jamestown, I
N. Y.
Mixed bright flowers in attrac*
tive holders were used to deco
rate the club lounge. In the pri
vate dining room <the table was
centered with an oblong dish of
mixed cut blossoms. A three
course dinner was enjoyed by
Mrs. Thompson, the former Miss
Nina Hunter, Mrs. R. S. Bargar,,
the former Miss Je'Anne Griffin,
Mrs. W. L. Pressly. Mrs. N. F. MC
Gill, Mrs. J. L. McGill, Mrs. C. F.
Thomasson and Mrs P. D. Hern
don.
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Attractive gifts were presented
Mrs. Thottison and Mrs. Bargar
t>y the hostess.
After the meal the guests re*
turned to the home of Mrs. Ware
for an evening of generai com
panionship.
Customers*
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ceived by Customers4
Corner are complimen
tary comment* on the
service you get in your
AaP.
[a We are proud of our
loyal employees, and
we know how hard they
strive to please you. ^
It makes us happy
to learn that their ef
forts are appreciated.
On behalf of the
men and women of AaP,
we want to thank you
for your encouraging
comments and con
structive suggestions.
They are really help
ing us make your AaP
a better place to shop.
Please write :
Customs? Relation* Dspt
A*P Food Stores "
New York 17, N. Y.
Bread
Dromedary Ginger
14-Ox.
Pkg.
Helm Fresh Cucumber
Pickles
24-Or.
Bot
Packer'. Label Red Sour Pitted
Cherries c? 23c
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Early June
Ioncc Peas
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DelMonte Sliced
Pineapple
lobby's
Peas .....
Comstock Pie
Apples . . .
AAP or Keystone ^ ? &G
Grape Juice . . . .... Bot
Blue Bonnet
Margarine
Nabisco Sugar Honeym&id
Graham Crackers
Hi C
Grapeade
Ubby's Pineapple
Juice
No. SOS
Cut
No. S
Can
No. 303
Can
No. 2
Can
1-Lb.
Pkg.
1-Lb.
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4?-Ot
Can
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Can
13c
29c
19c
17c
23c
34c
29c
33c
39c
BONUMS
SUnBy field
Corn Flakes pff- 14c
WHITE HOUSE
EVAPORATED
MILK
2 Cans 23c
IONA NO. 2
TOMATOES
2 Cans 25c
A & P NO. 1
APPLES? 5 lbs. 39c
TOKAY
GRAPES? lb 13c
BANANAS? lb. 12c
. { SLICED PEACHES 1
ILLxiHx ? stalk oci i
i 19c
YELLOW f
ONIONS? lb. 5c
RED BLISS . ,
POTATOES? 5 lbs. ...... 23c
?:raTnr?_iK c. t V/i lb- size M-35
10 f ATOES-lb. 6c i 3 lb. size ...;. $2.65
. I S lb. size ......... $125
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JANE PARKER
FRUIT CAKES
CAL. BARTLETTT
PEARS? lb
Pt
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Ann Page ? with Pork & Tom. Saure
Beans ........
Ann PaRe Salad .
Dressing ......
Ant) Page Prepared
Spaghetti .....
Ann Page
Mayonnaise . .
Ann Page Creamy -Smooth
Peanut Butter ,
Ann Page Cherry
Preserves
can 11c
29c i
Ajax
CLEANSER ?
12c
C?n
Swan
SO A.?
2 S3 17c
Lava
SOAP
2 sst 19c
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15'^-Oz. | n
Can iOC
Pt.
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12 Oz.
Jar
1-Lb.
. Jar
37c
31c
31c
Jane Parker Plain
Pound Cake . .
Jane Parker Sugared
Donuts ......
Jane Parker Rolls
Brown N' Serve
& Jane Parker
Golden Loaf . .
_ Mild and Mellow CofTee
\ 8 O'Clock
'cake 27C
'ft 19c
l-Do4. i r
Pkg 15c
Cake 25C
1-Lh ?7c
Bag
'fit: 78c
Rlch~FuIlBodied *
< > Red Circle
Vigorous and Wlney
J l Bokar &? 79c
Ivory
KNOW
1-ge
Pkg.
28c
Soap
CASHMERE BOUQUET
12c
. B*th
4 Bar
Swan
ROAl*:.J^
Bar
14c
Octagon
TOILET SOAP
6c
Bar
La Choy .
Chinese Style Poods
Bamboo Shoots
S-O*.
Cmin
*** 35c
Chinese Dinners
51c
Cew
Chop Suey
Mixed Vegetables'
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Mixed Dinners
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