North Carolina Newspapers

    Miss Huifstetler
Receives Honor
Plans for the birthday celebra
tion of the fifth district, to be
held in Gastonia on Nov, 4, Were
made at a luncheon meeting of
Rho Chapter. Delta Kappa Gat",
ma, held Saturday at 'the isbther
mal Hotel in Rutherfordton.
The chapter, which includes
Gaston, Cleveland, Lincoln, Ru
therford, and Polk counties, will
have its. state birthday celebra
tion in Gastonia, Miss Kate Parks
Kitchen of Rocky Mount, state
president, will conduct the meet
ing, which will be in the nature
of a workshop.
New members, received at the
luncheon are Mrs. Laura MeCar
go and Mrs. Nina McDonald of
Tryon, and Miss Gussie Huffstet
ler of Kings Mountain.
Plans were made to send a
Christmas box to Miss Joyce Ea
ton, Bath, England, an honorary
member of the chapter, and to
Miss Genevieve Fauchier, Al
giers, Africa. The chapter brou
ght Miss Fauchier to the Univer
sity of North Carolina two years
ago and became responsible for
her education. She was graduat
ed In June of this year with the
Ph. D. degree, and returned to Al
giers to begin work as a teacher.
Mrs. E. W. Neal, vice-president
of the Gaston County unit also
attended the meeting.
Weiner Roast Held
At Flat Rock
Mr. and Mrs. I B. Goforth, Jr.*
^Mr. and JVJjs. Fred .JV^p Dan leU
and Mrs. Nr H RPod, Miss Emr
lyn Gillespie and Gene Timms
enjoyed a weiner Toast Saturday
night at. Flat Rock.
Marshmallows were also toast
ed over the open fire and the
group enjoyed a delightful hour
o? companionship.
Mrs. Hendricks Fetes
Home Arts Club
Mrs. Paul Hendricks delightful
ly entertained members of the
Home Arts Club and j.?ne addl- 1
tional guest,; Mrs. Bill Page, at
her home Tuesday afternoon
Mrs. G. W. King gave a very
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Miss Mary Blakely ? and Miss
I Beatrice Heron of Chester were
j weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
|W. E. Blakely.
Miss Ann Polk of Rockingham
was a recent guest of her sister,
Mrs. S. R. Suber and Mr. Suber.
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Mrs^J. N Gamble and Mrs. W.
W. Souther spent Sunday at Mar
Mrs. George H, Mauney spent
Tuesday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Cv A. Broward of Char
Mrs. L A. Hoke returned home
Monday from the Memorial hos
pital in Charlotte where she had
undergone treatments.
Dr. and Mrs. K. C. Cooper of
Chapel Hill spent several days'
this week in Kings Mounain. 1
Mrs. W, S. Dilllng is recuperat-j
ing very satisfactorily at her j
[home-on Piedmont avenue, hav- 1
| ig undergone a serious operation
I at the Memorial hospital in Char- 1
lotte several weeks ago.
Mrs. Sam Davis. Mrs. Humes
Houston representing Central
school, Mrs. Paul Hendricks, Mrs.
Phillip Baker and Mrs. David
Hamrick of West School and Mrs.
| Medlin of Park Grace school at- 1
! tended the meeting of District j
No. 2 of North Carolina Congress
of Parents and Teachers held In
i -BapVtst<?bure+i hr -StttH -
; "by Wed n es d a y .
interesting talk on the people on
the outer banks of North Carols
na. Telling of the life and some
habits of the people who live on
jthe chain of islands along the
coast and legends connected with
! them.
During the business new books
for next year w^re voted on.
The hostess assisted by her mo
ther, Mrs. Crossland, served a
salad and sweet course.
( Attractive and unusual arran
gements of dahlias, roses and
| nasturtiums were used to create
a lovely setitng for the meeting.
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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED? Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lindsay an
nounce the engagement of their daughter, Frances Elizabeth, to
Charles Hunter Moss, Jr? son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Moss. The
wedding is planned for December 2. (Photo by Carlisle Studio).
Mrs. R. H. Webb Has
Tuesday Bridge Club
Members of the Tuesday After
noon bridge club and a few otlu
er friends of the hostess met
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. tR. H. Webb when she enter
tained at the regular meeting of
the club. Guests present to' enjoy
bridge included the following vis
itors: Mrs. Arnold Kiser, Mrs. Jim
Smith/^Mrs. Jacob Mauney, Mrs.
Amos Dean and Mrs. Sam Davis.
Mixed fall flowers in light and
dark shades were used to form an
attractive setting for the party.
A salad course was served during
T^ie-progresalona.' 1
Aft?r the afternoon's games
when players added scores the
top score prize went to Mrs. Hugh
Ormand for members and Mrs.
Arnold Kiser for visitors. Mrs.
Hugh Ormand also received the
prize for holding high score for
the series.
Couples Club Enjoy
Television Ball Game
. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Maun
ey entertained. the Couples Club
Saturday afternoon, the chief at
traction was watching the ball
game ovef television.
A snack bar was conveniently
placed with shrimp, weiners, ca
kes, cokes and other delectable
Miss Ann Polk, guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Suber, was an out of town
Birth Announcements
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie G. Trfomas
route 2/annuotice the birth of a
son Thursday, September 28, at
Shelby hospital.
Mr. and Mrs*. Henry Bennett
announce the birth of^ a daugh
ter, "Friday, September l&. Shef*
by hospital. >
'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wheeler,
route 1, announce the birth of a
son Sunday, October 1, at the
Garrison General hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Huffstetler,
route 3, announce the birth of a
son, Tuesday, October 3, Shelby!
Social Calendar
1:00 ? The Third District of North j
Carolina DAR meets in the
Presbyterian church.
8:00? Circle No. 2 of the Presby
terian church meet's with
Mrs. P. D. Herndon.
8:00? Circle No. 3 meets with
Mrs. E. A. Smith.
Tuesday '
2:30 ? Entre-Nous Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. J. H. Ar
3:00 ? Tuesday Afternoon Bridge
Club meets with Mrs. H. S.
Blackmer at the Country
3:00? Contract Club meets 'with
Mrs. Marshall Heavner.
7:30 ? Double Deck Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. Wilson
8:00 ? Twin -'Table Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. C. F. Thorn -
asson. .
8:00? Cornelia Leavell Circle of
the First Baptist church
meets with Mrs. Gus Pettus.
3:00? House and Garden Club
meets with Mrs. H. S. Black
mer at the Country Club.
I Thursday
2:30 ? Ace of Clubs meets with
Mrs. W. K. Mauney, Jr., at
her home on Cansler street.
7:30 ? One High Rook Club meets
with Mrs. E. T. Plott at thei
home of Mrs. J. G. Darra- ;
7:30? Circle No. 3 of Central Me- 1
thodist church meets at. the'
home of Mrs. Boyer Murray
with Mrs. Wilbur G. Smith
as co -hostess.
7:30 ? Circle No. 4 of Central^
Methodist church meets j
with Mrs. M. H. Biser.
j 7:30 ? Circle No. 6 of Central Me
thedlst churoh meets with
| . Mrs, Y. F. Throneb%rg and
L. __ co- hostess, iixs^ Charles
8:00 ? Circle No. 2 of Central Me- j
thodist church meets with !
Mrs. E. B. Olive and Mrs.
Billy Putnam.
i8:00-^Clrcle No. 5 of Central Me
thodist church meets at the
Methodist parsonage with
hostesses Mrs. Hilliard
Black and Mrs. George Bla
loc k.
Korean Missionary
Speaks To Students
MAXTON. ? A missionary who
returned from Korea on August
2 spoke to the students of Presby
terian Junior College at chapel
Monday, giving an interesting ac
count of conditions there.
Miss Anna McQueen has serv
ed the Presbyterian Mission in
Korea since 1909. On Sunday.
June 25, after a service in English
at Chonju, where the missionaries
had gathered for a conference.
Dr, Pau 1 Crone asked thai every-,
one remain. He announced the
North Koreans had attacked over
the 38th parallel and full scale
war was on.
' Miss McQueen returned to her
station at Kwangju and was e
vacua red from there by jeep on
June 28 tp Pusan. She got aboard
a freighter at night and arrived
Ftikuoka, Japan, June 29, and
in Kobe, July 4. Three days later
she sailed for the United States
on a freight steamer carrying a
load of wild animals and great
snakes for an American Zoo. She
reached Sin '?'rancisco, July 22.
One of the missionaries -who
lived with Miss McQueen decided
to stay in Kor^a. Miss Florence
Root wentito a nearby village and
hid among Korean friends. Noth
ing more has yet been heard from
Five Tar Heel women were a ?
mong the 600 delegates from 26
countries attending the Associa
ted Country Women of the World
conference in Copenhagen, Den
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