Sunday Church Rites Unite Pal
MRS. WILLIAM FRANKLIS NAVY
(Gloria Deane McCarter)
Mr .and Mrs. William Frank- Venise lace and silk organza. De
lin Navy, wed Sunday in Central, signed with modified sweetheart
Methodist church, are on a wed- neckline of organza, the drex?
ding trip to the mountains of was highlighted by a tracing of
Western' North Carolina and 3-D Venise lace on the panel
afterwards ’.vill occupy their new skirt and crescent waistline.
Larry Safrit of Charlotte.
Participating in the wedd.ng
as honorary .attcn-dan's were
Miss Doris Anne B1 tck of Clov
>r, S. C.. Mrs. Darlene lle:ue>
:f Gastonia, cousins of tnc
nridc; Mrs. -Max L. Lugiule of
Jhape! Hill, sister of thPJoeMe-,
froom; and Miss Frciiia Mcfloi-
tis of Kings Mountain and .Mrs.
lal Hughes of Gastonia.
The bride's mother wore e
line silk shantung sheath dres-'
with matching accessofes and '•
'orsage of white cymbidium or-
■hids. The brideg-oom •; mother
•hose a beige linen shc.ath with
r.atoning accessaries arid a cor
sage of white cymbidium or -
Mrs. Jackie Rhea, cousin of
the bride, kept a guest register
in the vestibulip of the church
where the brid^ party greeted
guests after the ceremony.
For a wedding trip t!ie new
Mrs. Navy wore a light blue jac-
tet dress with navy acce.ssones
nd a white cymbidium orchid
BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM
Daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. Kel-
V McCarter of Kings Mountain,
hf' bride is a graduate of Kings
Mountain high school and King's
business cillege. Prior to he
narriage she was cmolo eJ i.\
’atterson Flowers of Shelby.
I The bridegroom's parents arc
I Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Navy of
; 3iscoe. A graduate of Bisco? high
' school, he is a .raduateof Bar
; ler School there and owns and
j .perates Glenwood" Barber Shop
f n Charlotte.
j Wedding guest-s included tho-so
■ Tom Biscoe, Chapel Hill, Gro
I .er. Cherry%dlle. Charlotte, .Shel
ry. Paw Creek. Troy. Lincolnton
Gastonia Kings Mountain. Dal
las. York. S. C., Clover S. C. and
Lancaster, S. C.
Plan June Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. John VVilli®m
Yates of Seymour, Te.xas, an
nounce the engagement and ap
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Johnnie Sue, to Cap-
I tain Donald Eugene McCarter,
.son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mc
Carter of offings MPuntain.
Miss Yates is a graduate o
Texas Technological College
Lubbock, Texas, and is presently
employed by the North East In-
deoendent School District, Sar
Captain McCarter is a graduatt
of the United States Air Forc'
Acadcirry and is presently sta
tioned at Kelly Air Force Base.
The wedding will be -an event
of June 2S.
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MISS JOHNNIE SUE YATES
(hrideelect of Captain Donald Eugene McCarter)
M’ss Shirley Sprouse, whos
vcfkling to Steve Wells take:
)la.'e Jur,? l2th, w’as honored a
t Wh.te Bible ceremony Sunday
wening at Macedonia Baptis
■’•irch of which she is a mem
M*:mbers of the Young Wo‘m-
on's Class presented the brWe-to-
oe with a white Bible which she
will carry in her wedding. Mrs.
/ernon Smith, Mrs. Wayne Ashf
ind Robert Champion, Sr. as
listed in the ceremony. Mr.
Champion, associate Sunday
school superintendent, made the
Joy Welch sang “O Perfect
Love" and ‘‘Bless This House"
luring the service and “Seal Us'
as the benedictioin.
heme at 1408 Ranch road
Miss Gloria Efeane McCarter
became Mr. Navy's ;:ride in a 4
p.m. double-ring cererony. Rev.
Howard Jordan was the officiat
Mrs. J. N. 3IcClure, organist
for the program of nuptial mu
•sweepi.ng to a chapel train. He
triple-tiered veil of English illu
sion was draped from a dauble
tiara crown of seed pearls and
teardrop crystals and she carried
a carcade of white cSimations
Mrs. Thomas M. Carlisle of
Charlotte was her sister’s ma-
sic, played Handel’s “Arioso”; | tron of honor and only attend
“Ave Maria Stella” by Greig; ! ant. Her formal-length linen
“Ave Verum” by Mozart; Mon- dress in tones of yellow was de-
delssohn’s “Light Divine”; “Air” signed along empire lines with
by Bach; “TraumPrei” by Schu- elbow sleeves; scoop neckline
mann; and “O Perfect Love” by and watteau back. She wore a
Barnby. matching bandeau with flirta-
White glads and chrysanthe-! tion veil attached and white el-
mums on the altar of the church i bow-lertgth gloves and carried a'
w’ere arran.ged with Engli.sh ivy
and wrought-iran candelabrum
holding cathedral tapers. X
fth-^ling bench completed the
Kelly McCarter escorted his
daughter to the altar and give
her in marriage. The bride’s
gown was a formal design of
cascade of Garza mums and ivy.
I The bridegroom’s father was
I 'oest .Tan and the list of ushers
I included Jimmy Black of Clover.
I .S. C.. cocsin of the' bride; Thom
as M. Carlisle of Charlotte, bro
ther-in-law of the bride; Max L.
Luguire of Chapel Hill, brother-
in-law of the bridegroom; and
KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD
Thursday, June 2, 1966
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MRS. WAYNE RAY ODELL
(Rebecca Sue Gordon)
On January 22
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gordon of
Kings Mountain announce ‘ihe j
marriage of their daughter. Re- i
becca Sue, to Wayne Ray Odell.
The wedding took place Jan
uary 22 in York, South Carolina.
Probate Judge Charles F. Nunn
Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. O-
lell of Kings Mountain, the
oridegroom will receive his di-
olomi Friday night from Kings
Mountain high school.
The bride is a 1965 graduate
of Kings Mountain high school.
Mrs. Paul Fite and Mrs. Bes
sie McGinnis entertained last
Saturday at the McGinnis home
on Fulton street at a miscellane
ous drop-In shower honoring
Miss Patricia Strickland, bride-
efect. '* [
Miss Strickland and Mrs. Mc
Ginnis’ grandson, Chip McGin
nis, will be married Saturday in
First Presbyterian church.
Arrangements of white peonies
and pink roses w’ere combined
throughout the McGinnis home.
The refreshment table was over
laid with lace over pink and
Miss Mary Branch Williams,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel Horace Williams of Char
lotte, has completed plans for
her marriage to Curtis Franklin
George, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John George, Sr. of Kings Moun
tain, and announces them today.
The wedding will take place
Saturday, June 4th, at 4 p.m. in
Avondale Presbyterian church of
charlotte. Rev. Thomas MacLean
will officiate at the doublering
Miss Margaret Williams will
attend her sister a.s maid of hon
or. Bridesmaids will include Miss
Jeanette Hinson, Miss Geraldine
Spainhour, both of Charlotte,
and Mrs. Don Elliso-n of Winston
The bride-elect’s father will
give her in marriage. Best man
for the prospective bridegroom
will be his father.
The listof ^j^ers . include
Richard George 'of "Virginia
Beath, Va., Don Ellison of Wins
ton Salem, John McGinnis of
Kings Mountain and Keith Lay-
ton of St. Petersburg, Fla.
guests served themselves tea-
style. Cake squares, tupped with
valley lilies, were served with
punch and fancy sandwiches.
Girl Scouts Spend Weekend At Camp Rotary; Local Girls To Europe; Party Time
“ Doris Sisk completed re
quirements for a First Class
badge and 18 Kings Moun
tain girls received member
ship stars after serving a
full year as Cadstte Girl
Scouts during Court of A-
wards at Camp Rotary this
The Scouts are all mem
bers of Cadette Troop 4 of
Central Methodist church
and spent from Friday eve
ning until Sunday afternoon
in a special program led by
Mrs. Ray Holmes and Mrs.
Belinda Stroupe earned
Miss Teresa Jolley has
been awarded a University
Stores Scholarship of $175.
at the University of North
Carolina at Greensboro for
the coming 1966-67 school
term. There she plans to
continue her education as a
12 proficiency badges and Miss Sisk received eight profi
ciency badges in addition to completing four challenges to
earn her First Class award and proficiency badges in each
of six different fields.
Miss Jolley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Jolley,
is a member of the 1966
Graduating Class of Kings
Mountain high school.
She has served as co
treasurer of the Senior
class; National Honor Soci
ety. Mixed Chorus and
Choir; F.T.A.; Science club; and French club.
She is also an active member of the Order of Rainbow
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Jeffrey Dale Grigg, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey E.
Grigg, was one - year - old
Wednesday, May 18th and
celebrated his birthday at a
small party Saturday after
noon at his home on Grover
A circus cake decorated
in red and white and topped
v/ith clowns was centerpiece
for the refreshment table.
The cake was cut and served
with ice cream and other
refreshments. Storyb o o k s.
balloons, horns and party
hats were given as favors.
Present for the party were
Beverly and Kathy Stewart, Cinfdy and Mary Ann Grigg, all
cousins of the guest-of-honor, and Eric Dixon. Assisting Mrs.
Grigg in serving were Mrs. Lindbergh Dixon and Mrs. Eddie
Four members of the troop—Linda Pearson, Gail Ben
nett, Donna Gladden and Dor^s Sisk—will become Senior
;;Girl Scouts in the fall. The new troop will be led by Mrs.
Miss Stroupe has won a campership to Camp Rotary
for two weeks this summer..
Mr. and Mrs. Nevette Hughes of Kings Mountain and
Mrs. Roy Cadieu of Gaffney, S. C. spent the weekend in
Raleigh, going especially for commencement exercises at
N. C, State University. Mrs. Cadieu's son, Charles Roy
Cadieu, was a member of the graduating class. Cadieu is
nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes.
Young Grigg is grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George
Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grigg, all of Kings Moun-
^Cathy Jill Guyton, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt
Guyton, celebrated her
first birthday. May 25th. _
A small party was held at
her home on Chesfnut
A green and pink cake
topped with a ballerina doll,
ice cream, tootsie pops,
koolaid and bubble gum
were served, to the small
Jill is the granddaughter
of Mrs. Russell Guyton of
Kings Mountain, and Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Parker of
Wingate, N. C.
Present for the occasion were Lanny Guyton, brother
of the honoree, Lorriann, Cindy, and Debbie Guyton. Ann
ette Jones, Malisa and Susan Sexton, Judy and Sandy
Gantt. Lisa Baucom, Phyllis and Tommy Gantt. Billy Whet-
stine, and Luanne Kenedy.
Other badges went to Su^an Fite, Kay Patterson, Ver-
lef®n Ross, challenge of social dependability; to Lynn Corn-
well, Gail Bennett. Brenda Goforth, and Donna Alexander.
They also visited in Durham with Mrs, Cadieu's daugh
ter, Miss Joan Gayle Cadieu, and in Raleigh with Mr, and
Mrs. M, L, Gaffney and family. Mr. Gaffney is brother of
Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Cadieu.
Mrs. Don W. Blanton was elected president of the
Town and Country Garden club at the group's Thursday
night meeting at the home of Mrs. Fuller McGill, Sr.
Randall Deavers, May 29th, Lenoir Memorial hospital.
Young Deavers weighed six and one-half pounds.
His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Charles Boheler.
His great-grandmother is Mrs, Charles Ramsey of Kings
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: About This N' That
: Four Kings Mountain girls — Beth Houser, Sue Hunnl-
ctftt, Kay Mauney and ConnTe Padgett—-leave June 15th
for a two-month's stay in Europe.
They will join Thomas Tours of Rock Hill, S. C., travel
ing by ship—the Queen Elizabeth—to Europe and return
1 ffpnli England via jet.
rTwo of the girls—Misses Houser and Hunnicutt—are
ig this week from college. Beth Houser is daugh-
p. and Mrs. George Houser, Sue Hunnicutt Is
6f Mr. end Mi's. HoiRi Hurtnidutt, Kay Matiitey is
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Mauney and Connie Pad-
j^hter of Dr, Mr?, P, Q, Padgett,
Mrs. M, L. Plonk celebrated her 89th birthday Sunday,
A family buffet luncheon was served to 25 relatives dt
the Plonk home.
Youngest guest present was a four-month-old great-
niece. Oldest guest present was Mrs. Plonk's sister, age 85,
Other officers, also Installed by Mrs. J. H. Arthur, In- OOfltlnUO
elude: Mrs. F. S, Morrison, vide-president; Mrs. Jack Arn-
ette, secretary; and Mrs. Herman Campbell, treasurer.
Mrs. W, T. Weir, who presided, announced that the
club copped a second place award, a $25 cash prize, for
top ticket sales in the recent Southeastern Gatden & Flower
Bridal parties’ continue to honor Louzelle Smith, whose
wedding to Elbert Durden takes place here June I Ith.
1 Mrs, Lester Houser, who operates Houser Tours of
Cherryville, showed slides of Alabama, Mlssissif^i, Virginia.
Massachusetts and Canada for the program Thursday at
the Thursday afternoon Book club meeting.
Miss Maude Gardner was hostess at the Country Club.
She. served a salad and dessert course.
Mrs. Edtfh Goforth arranged the program and pre
sented Mrs. Houser. Mrs .Arno Haas presided In the ab-
59nC9 pf Mr?, Lewis Hpvis, president,
Mrs, J. E. Herndon, $r. presented the program, "Cre
ative Flower Arranging." Mrs, Herndon « a member of
Kings Mountain Gardem club.
Co-workers of Miss Smith's showered her with linen
gifts at a party at Parliament House in Atlanta, Ga. Shar
ing hostess duties were Misses Clarence Pearce and Kath
arine Williams and Mrs. Elizabeth Sharpe.
A Spanish theme was carried out in decorations of
btaok and red.
At refreshment time Mrs. McGill setved a salad plate
with strawberry tarts.
Mrs. Elmore Alexander was welcomed as a new mem
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Mrs. Ellen Petrosino returned home Monday after
spending several days in Greensboro with her sister, Mrs.
J. R. Wnittlemore, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Roland Falls.
It's A Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Deavers of Kinston, formerly of
Kiggs Mountain, annpMnca the arrival of a son, Charles
On Sunday Mrs. Pefrosino and Mrs. Whittiemore visit
ed Mrs, Pe+rosino'.s gramdchildren, Mike. Pam and Teresa
Hurfstickler, af th# CWdran'e Home in Greensboro. They
also visited their nieces, Mrs. I. C. Shelley, Mrs. Jack Bryant,
Mrs, Isabella Wright and Mrs, Tom Win^w in Greensboro.
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