Thursday, June 2, 1966
riNGS MOUNTAtN HERALD.JONGS MOUNTAIN. N. 9*
Bridal Party Tuesday Evening Honors
Miss Patricia Strickland, Bride-Elect
Gala Casino Party Saturday Evening I
Honors Sub-Debutante Miss Linda Plonk |
Mr. and Mrs. David Carlyle! pre.sented to society at the Shol-|
Beam of Cherryville and Mr. and Junior Charity League’s 1966 :
Mrs. Wray A. Plonk of Kings 1 ball June 11th are Miss Plonk;:
f. Mountain entertained together! Miss Sherry Mcl^niel, daughter|
Society Editor i Saturday evening at the Beam:®^ Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McDaniel, |
home at a gala Casino party! J‘'d und Miss Sara Nell Moss, i
honoring Miss Linda Plonk, Sub-i ^l^ughter of Mr. and Mrs. George :
Debutante of this .season. j Mo.ss. j
Mi.ss Plonk is daughter of the! ] j
Plonks and sister of Mrs. Beam.- MisS ^VilsOH '
Mrs. Clyde Conner
daughter, Miss Vickie
e.i ertained together Tuesday
ts.;ning at a drop-in tridal par- :
1V honoring Mis.s Patricia Strick
land, whose wedding to Jacob ‘
T;i icy McGinnis, III, will be an '
event of Saturday.
Miss Conner will be a brides-
in.iid in the couple’s wedding. ,
Thirty friends o: the bride-'
elect called from 7 until 9 p.m;.
at the lounge of First Baptist
c'.uirch where a color n.vie ot
vvhite, green and yellow was I
ciiried out in the decorations.
Mis’s Strickland received in an
A-line party dress of gold cotton i
and her . greenery. White petunias, green
Conner, !ivy and yellow flowers surround
ed the silver punch bowl from
which lime sherbet puncli was
seK'ed. Wtdding bell cakes were
alsto served with yellow mints
The hoste.sse.s took the ocea-
sic.i lo prc'Sent M ss Siriekland
a tVedding ,..ok as a gi’.t, and
guiesti show’ered her witlv mis-
cellaneo'.is household gifts.
A blinking Casino sign at the
( iitrance to the Beam liome wel
comed Sub-Debs from Kings
Mountain, Cherryville, Lincoln-i Miss.Donpa Wilson, daughter
ton and Mount Holly and their of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Clackum,
dales. has announced plans for her
The recreation room was made marriage to Edwin Rhea llam-
' festive for dancing wi^h gay bal- rick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
loons and streamers. Tables were Hamrick.
set up in the spacious living Rov. C. R. Goodson will per-
reem and den for chuck-a-luck,, form the double-ring ceremony
Jack Pot and other games. Saturday at 4 p.m. in East Gold
Overlaid with a cutwork cloth, 'street Wesleyan Methodist
the refreshment table in the din
ing room was arranged with!
i lighted candles and epergnes of!
, pink roses. Part.v refreshments
I were served buffet" stvle. Punch'
; was served from a silver punch
bowl at one end of the table.
No formal wedding invitations
are beihg issued but all friends I
apd relatives are invited to at- •
Miss Margaret Huffstetler wilT:
be at the organ for tlie program
iviMi “bd Mrs. Ba.xter Payseui’i . .\ssis'ing the hosts in .serving of wedding music. Vocal .selcc
wpli corsage of white carna-| a;^! son, Jimmy, attended a
lions, gift of the hostesses.
Assisting in serving and enter-
meeting of tc Alumni Associa
tion of John Wesley college in
taining were Mr.s. Louise Ale.x-, Gieensboro Saturday. At the
ander and Miss Gay Jolley. ; close of the meeting a class re-
Overlaid with white Iwien and i union was held of the graduating
lace, the bride’s table was high- j class of which Mr. Payseur was
light of decoration. A silver can-! president.
delabrum holding green candles ! —
was at one end of the table and i Although ' a salt water fish.
and cnterlaihing were Mr. and tions will
Mr.s. Fred Pascal. Mrs. Harrv Al- Ware,
len, Mr.s. Pat Welch, Kermit
Beam, Jay Powell, Miss Elaine
Dixon and Miss Barbara Plonk.
Other activities this week for
be by Mrs. Robert
Kenneth Wilson will give his
sister in marriage. Bos) man for
:ho prospective bridegroom will
be his father.
the 1966 Sub-Debutantes include! Miss Diane Wilson will attend
a coffee for mothers and their j her sister as maid of honor.
daughters in Lattimore and a
dance in Rutherfordton for
centering the table was an ar- j the gar has been known to swim: debs and their dates,
rangment of majestic daisies and into the fresli waters of rivers, j Kings Mountain ^irls to
Bridesmaids will include Miss
the Jane Griffin and Miss Patsy
I Payne, both of Kings Mountain,
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TRINITY DAY SCHOOL OKADUATES — Pirtii ed itboir arc members of the graduating class
of Tihiitji Doll School. I'ront roir, from left, Bonnie Hinnant, Chris Burke, Jeff Paschal, Mike
Crigg, Jeff Falls^ Jcrig Kvinhint, Janue Plonk, Regina Patterson, Rick Hinnant, David Cook,
Tong Siniih and Joey Rhea. Secoiul row, from left, Ale.v Ormund, Mark Sanders, Bruce Valen
tine. Rail floul; Til l Rid-.lh, SIrre Long, Alan Tate, Walter Hunt, Terry Yarbrough, Yolando
Cobb. Bu' k rou' ficmrAeit, EH:(ibcth Herndon,.Boyd Trammell, Cathy Cook, Lawrence Hamrick,
Rhonda Odum, Cathy Brou n and Lisa Herndon. Not present fur picture-taking: Mike Hinson,
Sandra Jiu ksoii, Jimmy Pinrieiir, Chris Castor, and Billy Logan.
in school I Tli.imas "Burrke or Mrs.
Graduation Exercises Held This Week
For Kindergarten, Pre-School Groups
Sixty-fQur pro - schooiers ror_,.either Row Mr. Haden,
reived their ‘ diploin
ijnals at Kkirs Mountain Chris-
ian Kindergarten and Tiinity
Day Schr.ol this week.
The exercises were marked by
W’elcome speeciies, poers, songs,
ind recitations ttie four and five-
/ear-old.s had learned in ela.ss.
The young folk, clad in cap
xnd gowti, a .smaller versio.n of
Miss Patricia Abigail Strick
land, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Kings Mountain^ Christian Kin-'Woodrow Strickland, has com
dwigarten \^as held at Rankin pleted plans for her marriage to
Lalce Monday.' A large crowd of, Jacob Tracy McGinnis, III, son
picnic for children of
youngsters, their parents and
ii lends gathered for supper and
a program of entertain rent hy
the ‘•graduates” who sang and
hose older young people will | recited rliyrrK's.
Ion on Friday evening, marched i Graduation exercises were lield
down the aisles "f Trinity Epis- ' in the sanctuary of First Baptist
-■opal and First Baptist churclies.' church Wednesday mornin.g.
There weren't rhaJiy tears. • Boys and girls in the younger
These "graduates” can look I'or- ' group were also roetgnized.
vard to 12 years more of school-! Receiving diplomas were Maty
ing. \ Louise Adams, Allen Baird, Ken-
At Trinity Day School on Fri i ay Boheler, Lisa Bridges, Al.rn
lay evening Headmaster Ro ert i Cloningor, Tracy Cook, Jeff Dix-
Haden woleomed the group. A.! on, Pat Durhamt Bobby Etters,
ooem in Spanish, “Centella, Cen-i L'ndsay Goforth, Deb:ie Hayes,
ella Estreliita” .(Twinkle Twink ' David Herndon, Larry Ilord,
le, Little Star) an2 a Spanish
song, "D-s Y Dos Son Qualro”
were featured. Both kindergar
ten and prc-school groups sang
“Prune Song”, "The Turtle”,
"The Little W'hite Duck,” and
"U’dy Duckling.’ ’ They conclud
ed the progi'am by praying "The
lord’s Prayer” and singing the
hymn, "Day hy Day.”
ilcadm.a.ster Hadc!i noted that
lui’ing l.he schooljcar the young
sters' had gained cm^'hlcn.v i:^
phonics, uiinlinit, nurher work,
ar; and music. They w'.'rg driPt d
In prober tahli mann'-rs-; Spanisli
Debbie Huilcnder, Lynda Lynch,
Trip MeGill, Elizabeth .McGinnis,
.Mirni Mercier, Geanenna ?/Ior,gan,
.(off Mo§s, Gina Patterson, Kim
Porter, J hn David Reed, Jeff
Robinson, Andy Scoggins, Rodg-
D.''anne V^alentine, June
and Nancy White.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. 'T. McGinnis,
Jr., and announces them today.
The w'edding will take place
Saturday, June 3, at 5 p.m. in
First Presbyterian church. Dr.
Paul Ausley wnll officiate at the
double-ring cert rony.
Mrs. Darrell Austin will be
organist for the program of tra
The bride-elect will be given
in marriage by her father. Mr.
McGinnis will be Lest man for
Miss .Linda Stacy of Gastonia
w'ill attend the bride-to-be as
maid of honor.' Bridesmaids wdll
include the bride-elect’s sister,
,^Iiss Connie .Strickland, Miss
Vickie Conner and MLss Jan Wil
Gerald Mathteny, Bill Mullinax,'
both of Kings Mountain, and
Ware ' Phil Warlick of Shelby will serve
7:30--American Legion Au-xil-
ary at the home of Mrs. John
lenry Moss, 504 Crescent Hill.
5:30—Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pruitt
are entertaining at their home
on Groves street at a cook-out
for mecT ers of the Pruitt-Floyo
7:00—Rehearsal for the Strlck-
land-McGinni-s wedding in First
8:00 - Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mo
linnis, Jr. are entertaining in
.^irst Presbyterian church fel-
owship hall at a cake cutting
lonoring Miss Patricia., Striclc-
and and J. T. McGinnis, III.
8:00-Rehearsal for the Pruitt-
’loyd wedding in First Baptist
9:00—Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pruitt
•re entertaining at their hore
■n Grove.s stie'»t at a cake cut-
ing lionoring .Miss Linda Faye
’ruitt and Lt. Curtis D. Floyd.
3:00 - The wedding of Miss
'dnda Faye Pruitt and Lt. CurtLs
D. PToyd in First Baptist church,
reception following in the church
4:00—The wedding of Miss
Mary Branch Williams and
Gurtis Franklin George in Avon-
iale PresbyerLan church of
4:00 -The wedding of Miss
Denna Wilson and Edwin Rhea
lamrick in East Gold Street
Wesleyan Methodist church.
5:00—The wedding of Miss
■^atricia Abigail Strickland and
Jacob Tracy McGinnis, III in
■^irst Presbyterian church.
12 noon — American Legion
Post 155 is serving Sunday lunch
xt the Am.erican Legion Build-
'ng. ^ '
7:30 Circle 4 of Central Meth
odist church will meet at the
home of Miss Teresa Dixon.
7:30 -Circle 5 of Central Meth
odist church will m.leet at the
home of Miss Grace Davis.
7:30 Circle 6 of Central Meth
odist church will meet at the
home of Mrs. Johnny Reavis,
206 Roxford Road.
7:30 -Circle 7 of Central Meth
odist church will meet at the
home of Mrs. Clarence Jolly,
9:30-Circle 2 of Central Meth
odist church will meet at the
home of Mrs. Jay Powell, 601 W.
10 a.m.-^ircle 3 of
Methodist church will
the home of Mrs. C. T.
ter al Lake Montonia.
1 of Central M^th-
will meet ..at the
words anci phra'xs, s ngs a’lrl i Teacl/cis in the kindergarten
oceins. They made several Irii.s, | arc* R. G. Whisnant, Mrs.
including visits to the Charlotte Fred Weaver and Mrs. Tommy
Natiirc Museum, i\ruseum of Bridges.
Natural History in Ga.stonia, a | Kin.gs Mnimtain Christian Kin-
loeal dairy farm, brick yard, dergarb'n is soonsored 'ny First
police station, fire station and "Baptist church. Trinity Day
library. .School is sponsored hy Trinity
Info"ni.''.t)on .about the school Episcopal church,
may be obtained by contacting i
Miss Linda Faye Pruitt, Curtis D. Floyd
'Complei-e Plans For Wedding Saurday
Children eotnplcting the work ^ Mrs. Clyde Conner will keep a
‘n the younger group were Sallee , guest t'egister in the vestibule of
Durl'.am, Lynn Etters, Jim.x.y j the church.
r'L’ltcn, Nancr Lee, .Shan London. I Following their wedding re-
Billy Gene McCarter, Jan Rash-! liearsal on Friday night Miss
ing, Kathleen .Sini'ox. Baron I Striekland and Mr. McGinnis
W’iLon, .Srett Yarbro and Ally-' will be honored at a cake cut-
son Wliiti. ! ting in the church fellowship
j hall. Hosts for the affair will be
the bridegioom-to-be’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McGinnis, Jr.
No formal wedding invitations
are being issued but all friends
and relatives of the two families
are invited to attend.
! Miss Linda Fay(' PrtiiP, a guest re.gister in the cliurch
'dau.ghtcr of Mrs. J. O. I’ruitt and ve;tibuk'.
I the late Mr. Pruitt, has complet-, Tin' bride-elect’s brother and
ed plans for her marriage to C'ur- sister-in-law, Mr. and Mr.s. Ken-
! tis David Floyd, sen'of Mr. and nctli Priiit:, will be hosts at the
M’'s. P. D. Floyd, and r.nnounccs wedding reception following the
I them this week.' ceremony.
I The wedding will take place Addiiional parties are plan-
‘-S-aturday, June 4, at 3 p.m. in ned prior to the couple’s wed-
First Baptist church. Re\-. Rohert dip.g day. ‘ The yellow and white thomb
Mann will officiate at the dcju-| „ - f k-jo ^ of the wedding W'as carried out
ble-ring ceremony. - , Frida.x oveni.ig at 5--30. overlaid
Mrs. F. R. McCurdy ,ivill be/•ook out for >«onibers of thei accented
I by streamers of lace and satin.
Miss Gloria McCarter and
Willia.T F'. Navy cut their wed
ding cake at an after-rehearsal
party Saturday night in the fel-
low'ship hall of Central .Metho
Hosts for the affair were the
bride-elect’s parents, Mr. and
Ml's. Kelly Mc-Carter, assisted by
Mr. a’xd-Sirs. W. J. Black and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Owens.
Miss Patricia Strickland,
whose wedding to Chip McGin
nis takes place Satwrday. honor
ed her bridal attendants at a
bridesmaids dinner Monday at 5
p.m. at Holidav Inn in Gastoni-a.
Overlaid with white linen, the
U-shaped table was centered by
an arrangement of Shasta dais
ies and greenery.
.Miss Strickland took the oc
casion to present her attendants
vhite shortie gloves which they
vil) w'^ar in the wedding.
Guests included the b»*ide-
'rrocm-to-be'.s grandmother. Mrs.
f. T. McGinnis. Sr : Miss Conn'e
.Strickland. Miss Vickie Connc’’.
Mrs. Vmi Conner. Mi.ss Jan WB-
''ams. M'«s Linda .Staev and
Ml'S. Nell Stacy, both of Gas
Fi'ida.y ovenin.g at 5:30, a
cook-out for members of the
organist for the program'of nup-1 party will be iield at
tial mu.sic and B. S. Peeler'will the home of Mr. and Mr.s. Ken
be vocal soloist. Pruitt on Groves street. The
The bride-elect will be given j bride-elect is sister of Mr. Pruitt,
in marriage by her brother, Ken- Saturday evening after their
noth Pruitt. Best man toi the | rehearsal Miss Pruitt
prospective bridegroom will pj
Mrs. Kenneth Pruitt, sistcr-in
law of the bride-to-be, will "be
wedding cake at an after-re
hearsal party at the Pruitt home.
I matron of honor. DjiueKinaiu.-i i , ii, ^ i .,
jvrill include Mi.ss Beth Bartlett /\nS©ll S iNoting
of .Spruce Pine, college room-1 ~ . i ry j_l I ^
;mate of the bride-to-be; Miss j j | ST DirthClQy
I Wanda Phelps of Winston Sal-'»A».,| ^ .
lem and Miss Beverly Herndon; With bSli© I OClSy
! of Kings Mountain. Junior
; bridesmaid will be Connie Pruitt,
niece of the bride-elect.
Lynn Tate, daughter of Mr.
and Mr.s. Oliver 'Tate, will be
flower girl and Jimmy Pruitt,
the bride’s table was highlight
of decoration. Mrs. I. B. Goforth,
Sr. cut and served the cake from
one end of the table, and punch
was served from the oppo.site
end by Mrs. Percy iLynn. Center-
i-ng the table was a silver can
delabrum of lighted tapers.
The bride-to-be wore an aqua
cocktail dress with matching
slippers and a corsage of yellow
Miss MeCartbr and Mr. Navy
took the occasion to present their
Ansell Beauty Shop, Kings!
Mountain busine.ss citizen, willllJohn© ^VilsOD
celebrate its 31st anniversary'
Thursday (today). i Party HonOf©©
The beauty shop is owned and!
.son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pruitt., opera’ed by Mrs. Annie Maei
nephew of the bride-elect, will Howey and Miss Ollie Hartsell,'
serve as ringbearer.
The list of ushers will include
Randy Williams of Winston
I Salem, Robert Haywood of High
Point, Mike MeSwain and Ernie
Payne, both of Kings Mountain.
Participating in the wedding
as honorary attendants will be
Miss Rosemary Jamerson of
Asheville, Miss Linda Johnson
of Arden, Miss Kay Kidd of Al
bemarle, and Mis.s Ka}' Pearson
sisters. Mrs. Doris Huffstetler, a
hairdresser the past 20 years,
has been associated with the lo
cal firm 12 years.
In celebration of their 31st an
niversary, the beauticians will
hold a special "Wig Sale’’ today
from 12 noon until 6 p.m
are inviting Kings Mountain
women to visit the shop and talk
with Mrs. Beatrice Adler and
Mrs. Marty Kincaid, consultants.
and Miss Elolse Beam, both Elaine’s Underfashion
Kings Mountain. All aro college i of Charlotte,
classmates of the bride-elect. Both Charlotte women will be
' Mrs. Jim Underwood, sister ofpf’ the local shop from 12 noon
the bridegroom-to-be, will keep'until 6 p.m., Miss Hartsell said.
Miss Donna Wilson,
wedding to Edwin Rhea
rick takes place Saturday, was
guest-of-honor Thursday night at
a bridal shower given by Mrs.
Bill Sanders and Mrs. Grady
Rhba at the Sanders home.
The 16 guests showered Miss
and . Wilson with miscellaneous house
A color ncte of pink and white
was carried out .in decorations
Miss Wilson was presented a
corsage of white carnations
Which »he piMthd to ttie shoulder
of her yellow party dress.
Invitatio-ns rending '•s fallows
‘v’'-e been issued in Kings Moun
Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur OiPnrd Smith
reauest the honour
of vour presence
at the marriane of their daughter
Mr. Elbert Charles Durden
Saturday, the eleventh of June
mneteen hundred end sixty-six
at seven o’clock
Centra] Methodist Church
Kings Mountain, North CaroKno
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gene
Smith, 711 Athenia Place, Besse
mer City, announce the birth of
a daughter, Saturday, May 28,
Kings Mountain hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Davis,
1004 Brookwood Dr., announce
the birth of a daughter, Sunday,
May 29, Kings Mountain hospi
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell R. Lohr-
mer. 107 Coopertown, announce
the birth Of a daughter, Mon
day, May 30, Kings Mountain
Mr. •and Mrs. WilMe Lee Ad
ams. 202 N. Watterson St., an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Monday, May 30, Kings Moun
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Cion-
inger,, PO Box 143, announce the
birth of a eon,'Tuesday, May 31,
Kings Mountain hoapitaJ.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bridges,
15 Dixia TraUcr Park, announce
thn teaitt af » mm, tnwiny. May
Sl^^Kinga Mountain hospital.