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Christmas Dinner Party
Held At Margrace Club
Members of the Margrace Wo
man's CluR) held their annual
Christmas dinner and party <>t
the cluih house Friday night. The
club was lavishly decorated
with holly 'and other Yule deep.
ratio na. The focal point of inter
est was the Christmas tree and
the <beouttfully wrapped packa
On the long banquet table was
& small tree and numerous
A covered dish dinner was en
Mrs. Haskell Wilson read the
Christmas story, Poems were
road by Mrs. Paul Mauney, Mrs.
James fiolln, Mrs. Betty Medlin
and Mrs. Forrest Weaver.
As a concluding number,
Christmas carols were sung.
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P E RSONALS:
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Goforth, Jr.,
are leaving Wednesday for a
visit with Mrs. Goforth's broth
er, Aubrey Jones, and Mrs. Jon
es in Washington, D. C.
Craig Fails entered Memorial
Hospital last Monday for treat
ment and observation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKinney
and son will spend the holidays
yvith their parents in Forest City.
Delvln Huffstetier, Hospital 3.
Charleston, arrived Friday to
spend the holidays with hio par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Huffstet
Misses Charlotte Jenkins and
Martha Lou Dickey, students at
Catawba College, are spending
the holidays with their respect
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Babington
and daughters of Nantahala ar
rived Friday to spend the holi
days with the tetter's parents,
Mr. and. Mrs. W. K. White. ?
Mr. and Mrs. George Allen of
flew York, Mr., and Mrs. L. P.
Stowe, Jr., and daughter, Belin
da, are spending the holidays
with their parents, Mr. and (Mrs.
L. P. Stowe.
Miss Shirley Arthur, student
at Duke College arrived Satur
day to spend the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Miss Jean Davis, member of
the school faculty at Durham, Is
spending the holidays with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. ?R. Davis.
Mc. and Mrs. Winston (Miller
of Burlington arrived- Saturday
tor a visit with the letter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Arthur.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rhyne and
little daughter of Chapel Mill
are spending the holidays with
Mrs. Rhyne's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. O. W. Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Herndon
and son, Bill, of Davidson, are
spending the holidays in Kings
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mauney
and son of New York arrived
Monday to spend the holidays
with Jhe former's parents, Mr.
and' Mrs. W. K. Mauney. Mr
and Mrs. Miles Mauney will ar
rive Friday for the holidavs.
Mrs. Robert Miller w^ll spend
the holidays with relatives in
Gastohia and Chester.
-v . . and all good wishes for
v . your health, happiness and
success in the New Year
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Mies Sarah Mas Kincaid
Reveals Wedding Plans
Plan* have been completed tor
the wedding o f Miss Sarah Mae
Kincald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
L.- Arnold Kincald, and Bobby
Ray Bush, son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Bush, cl Summerville, Ga.
The wedding will take place
Saturday night, December 27th,
at 7 o'clock In the First Baptist
church here. Rev. H. G. Weekley,
pastor of the bride will officiate,
using the double ring ceremony.
A program of nuptial music
will be rendered by Miss Hilda
King, organist and Bill Wallace
of Sanford, soloist.
The father of the bride-elect
will give her in marriage and the
bride- groom will have his bro
ther, Edward Bush of Summer
ville, as best man.
Miss Sue Vance of .Boone, class
mate of the bride will be maid
of honor and Mrs. Robert Bea
son of Boiling Springs, sister of
the bride will attend as matron
of honor. Honorary bridesmaids
will be Miss Pat Smith, Lincoln
ton; Miss Sara Hamrick, Boiling
Springs; Miss Faylene Falls, Miss
Jean McCrea, Miss Reta Gamble,
Mrs. Paul Ham and Mrs, Horace
Ushers will Include David Kin
cald, brother of the bride, Darrell
Wilson of Mooresvllle, Bill Bates
of Converse, and James Garrison,
The young, couple will receive
in the vestibule of the church fol
lowing the ceremony.
Several parties havg been given
to honor Miss Kincald and a num
ber of pre-nuptlal courtesies have
been planned for the remainder
of the week.
Monday Miss Hilda King will
Tuesday night Mesdames By
rort Hord and Mrs. Ray Smith
are entertaining at the home of
Immediately following the re
hearsal Friday night Mrs. W. M
Gantt, Mrs. W. Mt Whlttaker and
Mrs. Packard Elliott Of Shelby
will be hostess for the cake cut
ting at the home. o* Mrs. Gantt.
Mrs. H. E. Lynch Gives
Lovely Dinner Party
One of the loveliest parties of
the' week was the dinner party
given ^Yiday night by Mrs. H. E.
Lynch, honoring her daughter,
The lower floor of the home
was thrown ensuite and decora
ted in the season motll. High
lighting .the decorations in the
living roo mwas the beautiful
Green and white wtre pre
dominate in the decorations of
the the dining room. The t&hle,
overlaid with a pale green cloth
had places arranged to seat elev
en guests. Across on one end of
the tables was a frosted wood
land snow scene; emerging from
the scene were white reindeer, a
deer had stopped at each one's
place and on the ear of the deer
was a miniatufe note. When
the girls were seated they open
ed the notes and read^ "Lossie
and David," July 5th, 1952.
In the center of the table was
a huge silver platte*. Across eif
ther end it was filled with
Christmas Tree and star shaped
pookies. frt the center were white
polnsettias and sliced white iced
cake, A tempting three course
dinner was served.
On the buffet the hurricane
lamps with the' irredo^Cent- halls
and the silver Service added to
'the attractiveness of the room.
The. classmates invited to
slutfe the j/ala event yrero* Corn ?
elia Ware. Shirley ,f: >user, Joy - ,
ce Biser, Shirley "palls, Ann Dil- |
liiig. Lee .Jackson, i'atsy Gofor :j
tii. N->ra Jean Deese,. Susan |
Moss and Janice 'Allen.
Don Menasco. rookie defen- j
sive back for the New York
football Giants earned the nick
name "Tiger" for his deadly tack
ling at Texas.
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to and oil.
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Miss Helen Hay - David Neill
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Garden Council Sponsored
Christines Sale Friday .
The Woman's Club was trans
formed into a scene of beauty
Friday afternoon when members
of the Kings Mountain Garden
Council held their second Christ
Unusual and very unique ar
rangements ranging in color from
glossy black to delicate pastel
shades, with the Christmas co
lors of white, silver, green and
gold predominating were there
for your selection. In fact, one
could find a style suitable for any
room, nook or corner.
Door decorations, red Santa
stockings, aprons from gay utili
ty to sequin and bell trimmed de
signed to please the most fasti
dious, Uttle gift articles and nov
elties too numerous to mention
were on display.
The table of fancy candies,
cookies and cakes proved busy
hands and artistic lingers of club
members had been at work in
preparation for the event.
Christina* trass. holly, mistle
toe and wreathes already made
were other items of intajp^K*
the busy housewife.
A large crowd from Kings
Mountain and from the surround
ing towns came to buy these beau
Miss Jeanne Hpllman, student
at 'Queens College, arrived Fri
day to spend the holiday* with
her f>a rents, Mr- and Mrs. J. L.
Ha lima n.
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Clhris tmu is
wonderful . . ? and its arrival
always brings to us the realization that we have such
wonderful friends. May your Holiday
?^.son b? fillrd with outstanding happint
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