To Be Noted
The following Invitations were
issued this week:
Tho children of
Mr. and Mra. W. F. Styera
request the pleasure or your
. at a celebration of the
of their marriage
on Saturday, the. twenty first of
nineteen hundred and fifty
seven 10 nine in ihe evening
. at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tate
Mr. Bill Hiatte To
Speak On Camellias
Tho Kings Mountain Garden
Club will hold its next meeting
on Thursday evening, October 19,
at the Woman's Club at 8 p. m.
This will be an open meeting
and anyone interested in camel
lias is i'vited to hear Mr. Bill
The Kings Mountain harden
Club will not' meet on. Wednesday
October 1 1 .
Mrs. W. L. Pressly
Soloist For Wedding
Tho Rev. and Mrs. W. L'. Privwly
and son, JamM Allen, will go to
StatesviHe to attend the wedding
of Mr. Pressly's niece, Miss Mabel
Hamilton to Dr. John ('harlot Mc
The wedding will be a formal
ceremony Friday evening at the
Kirst A. II. P. church In States- i
vllle. Mrs. Press-ly will he soloist 1
for the Wedding.
Circle No. 6 Met
With Mrs. Snow
Circle 6 of the Presbyterian
church met Monday night with
Mrs. Maynard Snow. Thirteen
members were present and three
new members welcomed Into the
Mrs. Snow taught the mission
book. "Beside the Hearthstone;"
A social hour was enjoyed af
ter the program,- the members
made flowers from kleenex
which they plan to sell. Cake and
coffee was served by the hostess.
Macedonia's G. A.'s
Meet In Scout Hut
The Girls Auxiliary of Macedor
ia Baptist church met Saturday
morning at 9:30 in the Scout hut. '
The five girls presenting the
program were Lois Ann Spake,
Micky Lynn. Judy Barrett, Brenda"
Moore and Carolyn Wright1. An
article entitled, "Voices on the j
Air" was presented by their lead
er, Mrs. James Bolln.
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Mrs. H, E. Lynch .
Mrs. Haywood E. Lynch was
hostess Monday night.tP circle I i
of thf Presbyterian church at her !
home on Kid*:*' street.
. Mrs. O. P. Lewis, chairman, pre- I
sided. Mrs. Q. VV. Myers Rave the ;
3il>lt* l.'sson on Prayer.
f Mrs. Lewis gave the program
on Foreign Missions after which I
a social hour was enjoyed. Light j
refreshmneis were served. Seven |
members were prsent.
The Junior Woman's club held
their regular monthly meeting
or\ Monday evening at the Wo
man's club. Mrs. Sam Weir, Jr.,
Mrs. Franklin Limerick, Mrs. Hu
bert Davidson and Miss Grace
Davis were hostesses* This was
the annual occasion to honor the
new. teachers In the city school
system and also the officers of
the Senior Woman's club.
The meeting room was attrac
tively arranged with fall flowers
and colored leaves, Upon arrival
each guest was presented a min
iature corsage. Supper was serv
ed buffet style. The table was in
keeping with the other autumn]
decorations. V ? j
Miss Lula Mae Teague and
Mrs. W. B. Logan were in charge
of the program for the evening.
Miss Teague presented Mr. How
ard Coble and Franklin Pethel
who delighted the guests with
several musical selections.
A short business meeting was
held following the conclusion of
the program. Reports were heard
from the Finance committee and
the Membership committee. It
was voted to have a membership
drive in the month of November.
The. November meeting Will be
held at ihe Woman's club with
-Miss Irene AUen and Mrs. D. W.
Blanton as. hostesses.
Leon Wolfe Is Wed
In New Orleans
Of interest in Kings Mountain
was tfw wedding, Wednesday,
September 20th, of Leon Wolfe
and Miss Laura Relle of New Or*
leans. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe visited
his mother, Mrs. Nina Wolfe for
several days last week. They were
enroute from New Orleans to
New York where they will make
Mr. Wolfe represents L. L. Hod
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Miss Peggy Baker is visiting,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mauney In I
New York City.
Bob Baker Is visiting friends In
Worchester, Mass., going especial
ly <o attend a friend's wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Fr^d Morirow of
Gastonla visited Mr. and Mrs. A.
H. Cornwell Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Wm. E. Alexander and
child of Robbins have returned
home after spending a f?!w days
wLth Mrs. Rufus Plonk and fam
Mrs. F. H. Nolan of Franklin, N.
C., ts visiting her daughter, Mis.
J. H. Brendall and Rev. Mr. Bren
Sunday guests of Mr. and' Mrs.
E. T. Plott were her parents, Mr.|
and Mrs. B. M. Welsh and broth
er, Steve Welsh, and family of J
Mrs. O. C. O'Farrell, James O'.
Karrell, MrS. H. S. Blackmer and
"Mm. Nell Patrick returned Mon
day from Crescent Beach where |
they spent several weeks.
Miss Nancy Nickles, a member
of the school faculty of Albemarle
and Grady Jensen of Nashville,
Tenn., were guests of Mrs. J. C.
Nickles over the weekend.
Mrs. Daisy Weaver has return
ed to her home here after spend- j
ing-a month. with Mr. and Mrs.'
Hudson Avery, tl# latter her sis- j
ter, in Dubaoh, La. She went es
pecially \o be with Mrs. Avery)
who recently underwent an op
eration, but is now recovering ra
pidly. Mrs. Avery is the former
Miss Eva Payne of this city. j
Two Are Hostesses
For Circle Meeting
Mrs. H. T. Fulton and Mrs O. 0. 1
Jackson were hostesses on Mon
day afternoo- to circle 1 of Cen
tral Methodist church entertain
ing at the home of Mrs. Fulton. '
The meeting was opened with the
song, "Take Time to be Holy," fol '
lowed with the scripture lesson 1
given by Mrs. Fulton.
The program was given by Mrs.
W. W Tolleson on "Healing
Gifts He Lends."
Mrs. Paul Hendricks, circle
leader, presided during the bus
iness. Plans were made for the
month and other matters of busi
Nineteen members were pres.
ent. At the close of the meeting
refreshments were served.
The Margrace Woman's Club
met Friday night in the club
house with a large attendance.
Mrs. C. W. Falls called the
meeting to order. Mrs. Jame.? Bo
lln was In charge of the devo
During .the business session the
following officers were elected:
Mrs. C. W. Falls was re-elected
president; vice-president, Mrs.
Paul Mauney; secretary, Mrs.
Clany Jones; treasurer, Mrs. A: S.
Lynch; reporter, MM. James Bo
Refreshments wer6 served toy
the hostesses, Mrs. Joe Foster,
Mrs. Jim Medlln and Mrs. Grady
On Saturday night the club en
tertained their husbands and the
Park Grace teachers with a cov.
ered dish supper. The well-filled
tables were decorated with "beau
tiful fall flowers.
Attie Bostic Y. W. A.
Met Monday Night
The Attie Bostic Y| W. A. of the
First Baptist church held Its reg
ular meeting Monday night at 7
p. m. In the absence of the presi
dent, Dot Tesseneer, membership
A report on State Missions was
given, followed with the scripture
lesson given by Betty Davis.
Short sentence prayers were giv
en by each member. A round ta
ble discussion on "What the Il
literate Should Read" was given
by Mrs. W. B. Logan, Betty Hayes
and Martha Cox.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Betty Hayes on
October 16. Martha Cox will have
charge of the program. ?
Mrs. Minnie Ware .
Honored With Dinner
Mrs. Minnie Ware celebrated,
her 73rd birthday on Sunday, the
occasion being marked toy a ga
thering of friends and relatives
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
A. H. Cornwell.
Dinner was served buffet style
from a beautifully decorated ta
ble. A large birthday cake was
used as a central decoration. A
bountiful dinner was served to
Mr. and- Mrs. W. E. Rudisell of
near Cherryville, Mr. and Mrs.
G. F. Cody, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Se
bettio. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Heav
ner and son, Clegg, of near Crou
se. Miss Norma Bart and Paul Ro
berts of Charlotte, Mrs. Bob Mc
Gill and Miss Margaret Cornwell.
Mrs. Ware was the recipient of
Many lovely gifts.
The Corrvweil home was lavish
ly decorated for the occasion with
dahlias, zinnias and other cut
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Brownie Scout Troop ,23 met
September 20 for our regular
meeting. We met at the church as
usual then went to the City Wa
ter Works where Mr. Robert Wrl
ght showed \w around and ex
plained all about how the water
is purified and how k is tested
lor bacteria. This was really In
teresting and I am sure we all
profited a lot by the trip.
Alter this we , played some
games, had a short business meet
ing, sang our Brownie song and
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