Mr t. P. D. H&rndon, Editor
Margrace Woman's Club
Enjoys Costume Party
Fun and frolic prevailed when
the Margrace Woman's club en
joyed a Hallowe'en costume par
ty at their meeting, Friday, Oc
During the business session,
Mrs. Joe Foster was appointed
publicity chairman. Mrs. Floyd
Gates, Marshal Gore and Mrs.
George fillers were appointed
as the si.?k committee and Mes
dames Gurth Hamrick, Walter
Gamble, .and A. S. Lynch were ap
pointed as the menu committee.
Apple ? bobbing and other Hal
lowe'en merriment made mp the
Weiners and marshmallows
'were toasted over an out-door
bonfire and cold drinks and cof
fee were served.
Mrs. Buddy Medlin won first
prize lor the best costume and
Mrs. Paul Mauney and Mrs. Wal
ter Woodward won second and
Entre Nous Club met
With Mrs. Arthur
The home of Mrs. J. H. Arthur
was gay with Hallowe'en decora
tions on Monday afternoon when
her . guests were members of the
Entre-Nous bridge club with Mrs.
H. R. Hunhleutt and Mrs. C. T.
Carpenter, Jr., special guests of
Playing prizes were presented
Mrs. W. W? Tolleson and Mrs.
Clyde Kerns for haying high and
second high respectively, the
gifts were attractively wrapped
c&rrying out the Hallowe'en mo
Yhe tables were appointed with
yellow crocheted mats centered
with orange candjes surrounded
with nasturtiums in vivid fall col
ors. The initif was also carried
out in the molded salad, chicken
salad sandwiches and other par^
ty accessories, individual tarts
topped with cream and fashioned
as Jack-O-Lanterns were passed.
Our new business citizen and our new
1+ is a pleasure to welcome Jim Ham
rick and his new enterprise and we
witsh him much success in his modern
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ON THE BUSY CORNER
MYF To Have Debate
At their Sunday evening meet
ing, the Sr. MYF will have a de
bate with Bill Briggs io bring
points on the issue: "Resolved:
that Beer Should Not Be Adver
tised on Television", and Don
Bumgardner will take up the op
posite arguments, "Resolved: We
Mua* Have Beer Advertised in
order to Have Good iTograwi."
? Sunday morning leader will be
Ivan Weaver, of the Air Force in
Texas, who in now home on leave.
The following Sunday evening
a special program is planned, for
a Joint meeting of the Int. and Sr.
MYF, when Miss Sally. Conner,
age 14, of Charlotte, will be guest
speaker. Miss Conner recently
spent three months in Europe and
is in demand as a speaker to
youth groups telling of her ob
servations and experiences. She
will bring with her souveniers.
The Senior group held their
Hallowe'en welner roast in the
basement of the church Tuesday
night, as their hayride was rain
All young people are invited to
attend the evening service this
Sunday at 7:30 p. m. at Central
Church, Shelby, where Miss Ag
| nes Malloy, a young worker with
Methodist students in Havana Cu
j ba, will tell of her work and show
I pictures. Evening services at Cen
tral Methodist Church here are
called off that they might attend.
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To Sponsor Orphan
The Senior MYF will again
sponsor Miss Louise Williams,
age 16, of the Children's Home
in Winston-Salem, for a year.
Funds for this project were rais
ed last week when the group put
on a spaghetti supper in the
churchbasement. Net profit from
the supper, reported by Miss Dor
othy Goforth, ticket chairman,
was $.)0.00, which is the amount
necessary for sponsoring Miss
The young people worked long
and hard to make the supper a
? success, and their efforts are com
j mendabie. Not only did they sell
( tickets, buy tickets themselves,
donate food, but they spent hours
at the church both Wednesday
and Thursday afternoon in prep
aration for the supper, under the
capable guidance of Mrs. Bun
Goforth, adult councilor, who was
assisted by other councilors and
To be commended also are the
boys, who donned aprons and
washed the dishes, singing togeth
er as they worked.
The Gleaners class of the First
Baptist church celebrated its 18th
birthday anniversary with a love
ly party in the home of Mrs. Bry
on Hord Monday night.
The former teachers of the
class were invited. Two were
present, Mrs. W. M. Morehead
and Mrs. Earl Ledford.
Mrs. Harold Crawford a char
ter member gave the history of
the class, stating when organized
there were 3 members ,the lar
gest enrollment for any year was
Mrs. J. B. Falls conducted the
devotional. Mrs. Bryon Hord led
in prayer. Mrs. Everett Clonniger
presided during the business.
A social hour was enjoyed at
the conclusion of the program
with delightful games led by Mrs.
Clyde Jolly. A salad course was
served, highlighted by cutting
and serving the birthday cake.
There were 13 members and
three visitors present for the
?tappy occasion. "*
Have Membership Drive
During the month of October,
the members of the American Le-|
gion Auxiliary have been engaged
: in a membership drive. Their re
jport mailed to the North Caro
lina Department Octpber 31
I showed forty-six paid members
and one of their members, Mrs.
I John N. Gamble, a "Go-Getter".
Also, by October 31st, the local
unit was responsible for getting
gifts to the Veterans Gift Shops
at Swannanoa, N. C. and Fayette
vllle, N. C., the gilts numbering
the total or more of their mem
bership. These gifts are for the
hospitalized veterans so they may
select what they would like to
: send to their loved ones at Christ
roas time. After their selection,
the gifts are wrapped in attrac
tive Christmas packages and
mailed, sometime before Christ
mas. This is just one of the many
services rendered by the Ameri
can Legion Auxiliary Units
throughout the United . States,
done free of charge and with
willing and cooperative spirits.
Are you a member of your lo
cal American Legion Auxiliary
Unit? The November meeting
will' be with Mrs. George Allen,
East King Street, and the pro
gram for the month of November
places emphasis on four funda
mental phases of community life
?Religion, Education, Econom
ics, and Government, carrying
out the nation-wide observance of
Americanism Appreciation Month
Mrs. Ben H. Goforth. Sr., left
Thursday for Sylva from where
she and Mrs. Ben H. Goforth, Jr. !
will leave Friday for Chicago, J
where Lieutenant Ben H. Go
forth. Jr. is stationed. From Chi-'
cago. Mrs. Ben H. Goforth. Sr.
will visit Cleveland and Akron,
Ohio before returning home.
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY? Jim
my Collins, small son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Collins. Jr. celebrated
bis first bit thday Wednesday.
October 24, with a small birthday
party given at the Orthopedic
Hospital in Asheville where he
has been a polio patient since
September 19. His parents expect
to bring him home soon. Also a
patient a? the hospital is Jerry
Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Bell of Kings Mountain,
Mrs. E. T. Plott
Fetes La Fete Club
The attractive new home of
Mrs. E. T. Plott was the scene of
a lovely party Tuesday night
when her guests were members
of the La Fete Club. Roses, chry
santhemums and snaps in warm
fall colors were used at vantage
points in the home.
Rook was played through sever
Piano Pupils Presented
In Joint Recital
Mrs. E. M. Leopard and Mrs.
Martin Harmon presented their
piano pupils in a Joint studio re
cital Monday at Central school
at 4 o'clock.
' The following program was
Virginia Ramsey: "Climbing".
Retta Ann Huffstickler: "Boat
Son", (Italian Folk Song).
Doris Dixon: "Lullaby"
(French Folk Song).
Patty Huffstetler: "Indian
Sue Hunnicutt: * "Hot Cross
Buns" (Folk Tune).
Connie Padgett: "Juggles, The
Bee", Thompson. ? , ?
Vinette Phillips: "Betty and
Dick Hunnicutt: "Baba Yaga",
Joyce Compton: "Waltz",
Georganna Moss: "On Yonder
Rock Reclining", Auber and "Min
Billie Gibbons: "Half Step
al progressions with gift prizes
going to Mrs. Fred Finger, Sr.,
and Mrs. Paul McGinnis.
A frozen fruit salad course was
served after the- games. Those
playing other than club mem
bers were Mrs. Fred Finger, Mrs.
M. H. Biser and Mrs. Harry E.
Hitt of Concord, guest in the
Mrs. B, A. Murray was the
member whose birthday anniver
sary was being observed, and she
was remembered with a gift from
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Brownie Troop No. 32 hekl
their Investiture Service in the
Recreational Building oX the
Presbyterian Church Thursday
afternoon, October 25, 1951.
The following Brownies were
invested: Marian Plonk, Jane
Hambright, Laura Page, Sue
Hunnlcutt, Susie Davis, Nancy
Hov}s, Margaret Jacksort, and
Pendants were given to Jane
and Martha Houser, Joyce Plonk,
Peiws Cansler, Georganna Moss,
Kathy Hoyle, Kay Cansler, Mar
llene Weir and Mary Lillian, Lew
is.' ' If -
Girl Scout Trop No. 12, Mrs.
Dean McDanlel leader, held a fly
up service accepting Kathy Hoyle,
Martha Houser, ana ueorganna
Moss Into their tro>p. Mrs. Pat
rick gave each of the girls a Girl
Scout hanaDook irom the Presby
The Brownies and Girl Scouts
sang songs and played games, af
t$r which they served punch and
cookies to the mothers and other
Mr. Carlisle made our pictures.
Mary Lillian Lewis, Reporter
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