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KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD, KINGS. MOUNTAIN. N. C.
Thursday, Novembcf 3. 1966
; Jan O^l^ziptei^wdn.
In Cliy County are-
taking a good look at their top-'
Of-the range oookware. Mrs.
Ruby P. Corpening, home eco
nomics extension agent, reports.
Many of them are surprised to
'find they have a lot of money
tied up in pots and pans they
Also, many vvo!n«i knew little
about nonstick eotrfcware; its
quality, durabiliU . price and its
cleaning, Mrs. CoriJ^ng reports.
They thought Teflon was a trade
name for pots and pans; not a
nonstick coating. “The Teflon
coating is now i'oing used by
more than m.mufacturers of
cookware,” Mrs. Corpening points
If you want to
. make trying
just send us word,
The word you send us is “Modess.” Here’s howc
Fill out the coupon below. Send it to us along with
the word “Modess” from the backs of any 3
Modess brand packages.There’s plenty to choose
trom: Modess Sanitary Napkins, Meds the Mo-
- dess Tampons, Modess Sanitary Panties, Modess
Sanitary Belts. (And you may choose 3 of the
same product or any combination of 3 products
according to your needs.) In return, we’ll send
See, it pays to use Modess brand |
products—in more ways than one.
To: Personal Products Company,
Box 67-T, Milltown, N. J. 08850
I enclose the word "Modess” from the backs
of 3 Modess brand packages. Please send
my $1 tO:
Limif; one refund to a customer. Offer expires Dec. 31, 1966.
MODESSand MEDS are trademarks of Personal Products Company.
USE SKILLS TO SAVE
Several families in the Esk
ridge Grove Community, Cleve
land County, are using skill to
save family dollars, Thelma K.
MeVea, home economics e.xten-
sion agent, slates.
For example. Mrs Henry Par
rish and her daughter have re
upholstered the seats of five
chairs at a cost of less than two
dollars. They tiought “pieces” of
fabric and di(t the work them
The Charlie Elders and Jake
Jepnings families, Shelby, Rt. 5,
refinished a dining table, fwo
ehTha clbsets 'nTrd" mi end table
for their home. The' boys in the
families contributed most of the
MOTHER • DAUGHTER
A Columbus County mother-
daughter team combined talents
and made a useless chair valu
able at a co.st of only four dol
lars. According to Mirs. Betty C.
Thompson, associate home eco
nomics' extension agent. Mary
Yates, a 4H Club member, at
tended a workshop and refinish
ed a chair which had been in
Ithe family for years. The old
i chair’s cane seat and back were
completelv de.stroved and that’s
where her mother. Mrs Ray
mond Yates, came in. Mrs. Yates
caned the chair. Now she and
Mary are both thrilled, at hav
ing a family chair restored to
its oriffinal heautv and useful
ness. M’'s.. Tbomrison .aavs
BErrrtcp pitter makes
“Better batter makes better
cakes.” Cinmituck Countv Home
Demonstration Clubmembers be
lieve. Accordine to Mrs. Eliza-
j beth P Sanderlin, home econom-
i ics extension a pent, homemakers
j in Currituck County have been
; preparing better quality cakes
, since they attended a class in
cake making. In fart, their cakes
I are receiving high ratings with
\ % ^
RALEIGH — Mrs. C. Gordon
Maddrey, fbrmer president of
the North Carolina Federation of
WomMi’s Clubs, and an organ
izer of the North Carolina Coun
cil of Women’s Orgauiizations
will be the State Christmas
Seal chatnnan. The announce
ment made by Dr. W. H.
Gentry,-president of the North
Carolina Tuberculosis Associa
In making the announcement.
Dr. Gentry said, “We are indeed
honored and fortunate to have
Mrs. Maddrey lend her support
to the ChcistmaS^'Seal Campaign
‘ Niagara was formed
after ^ laat ^at ice sh^et
withdrew from this region
and scientists baiieve that the
falls cannot be more than
'The secret password is, 'Open the door if you know what's
good for you!"
other'people in the county—'peo
ple who are buying them at bake
sales or sampling them at varii-
ous cost suppers.
These cake recipes and other
family favorites are being col
lected for use in a county cook
book, Mrs. Sanderlin says. .
“Although you may not be
able to teach an old dog new
tricks, a 4-H’er may be able to
teach her parents new tricks,"
reports Effie Lee Cherry, assist
ant home economics extension
agent, Durham County.
In fact, Gail Mize, a member
of the New Hope 4-H Club, has
bOen passing on her sewing
skills to her mother. Recently
Gail taught her mother to make
round buttonholes Gail says “it
is lots of fun and very mean
ingful to have sewing classes
for my mother.”
Mrs. Mize feels that she has
a closer Mother - Daughter re-,
lationship \yith Gail as a result
of the “classes.”
It takes a lot of planning to
get your home redecorated as
economically as Mrs. Grady W.
Miller, of Yadkin County. She
has recently given her home a
The bristlecone pines in
California's Inyo National
Forest are regarded as the
world's oldest living things.
These twisted trees have been
found to be some 4,500 years
old, thus antedating the riant
sequoias growing elsewhere
in Califon^. '
this year Mrs. Maddrey is one
of Nq^h Ca.rolina’s finest citi
zens With^ genuine interest in
A native of Ahoskie, now liv
ing Raleigh, Mrs. Maddrey is a
gradttate of Meremith College
partment. General Federation of
Women’s Clubs, 1962-1964. Under
her direction several states en
dowed $1,000 seats in the John
F. Kennedy Center for the Per-
forming Arts She is currently
serving as President of District
with a M.A. degree in Political 1 8 of the NoNrth Carolina Fede-
Science from Columbia UnlversL
For thirty years, Mrs. Mad
drey has been active in the work
of the North Oarohna Fetation-retaiy of the Norths Carolina
of Women’s Clubs. She was a
ration and Chairman of the Pub-
Uc Affairs Department of the
Raleigh Women’s Club. ,
Her husband is executive sec-
chairman of the Fine Arts De- ^two sons,
Baptist Foundation, They have
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KINGS MOUNTAIN DRUG
209 S. BATTLEGROUND
By making her curtains and
draperies, amd by doing all the
painting wjth the assistance of
her son and dauughter-in-law,
Mrs. Miller saved at least half
the cost re-deeorating two
bedrooms, the kitchen and living
room, Irene Brown, home eco
nomics extension agent,, reports.
Mrs Miller believes she delevop-
ed many of her skills as a home
demonstration dub member.
GREAT LAKES, Ill. — Sea
man Recruit David P. Whitley,
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David P. Whitley of Route 1,
Grover, N. C, has been gradu
ated from nine weeks basi^
training at the Naval Training
Center here. '
In tne first w6eks of his nav-,.
al service he studied mllitaty
Subjects and liVbd ahd worked
under condititms similar to those
he will encounter on his first
ship or his' first shore station.
In makii;g the transition from
civilian life to Naval service, he
received instruction under vet
eran Navy: petty ofRcers. He
stiiudied seamanship, as well as
survival techniques, military drill
and other basic subjects.
W. K. MAUNEY. IB.
H. C. House of Repiesentalives
4 27 Years In Textile Management
• Past President Kings Mountain
• Post President Kings Mountain
• President Kings Mountain Indus
• M^ber Lutheran Church
4 Lay Chairman Church Council — 3 Terms
4 Past Supt. of Sunday School
N. C. Will Have More ThanASlSOMillisiiSnipliis
;j:BEU|:yE, ■ „ ,
NO NEW TAXES ARE NEEDED
4 REDUCING SOME EXISTING TAXES
4 IMPROVING GOVERNMENT SERVICES INCLUDING
EDUCATION — MENTAL HEALTH — HIGHWAY SAFETY
114 WGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
fii' ■' C.
Impala Super Sport Coupe—a clean wew sweep in roof lines.
Now that seen qll fhe darifig new things our stylists did,
getin tuid sample soiit^ of the safest, kmndest ideas on the road!
DU fed Is as new as what you
Bee—ttianks to Ell the fresh tfainlang
that's gone into the way it rides*
1^^ and loolcs afto* your
Xfs got a reHuarlfaUe new road fed
•^b^hndng with a ride so hushed
find the atopphymiooriier* top.
We pot safety features on of
sofe^ features For example, an
ener^-absorbing steering wheel
atoii ute new GM^evelopeo^energy-
absorbing steering column. A chM
indard, to be sure.
And there’s a new SS 427 perform
ance pMkage^comn^te witii 386-
hp Turbo-Jet V8 and flat-oornering
s^pension. You can order it for
either the Impala Super Sport
Coupe or Convertible.
Of course, there are all sorts of new
custom featiures you can ad(L too,
such as tape or FM stereo. But if
you find so much that's new a bit
too much to remember—drop down
to your dealer's and take a drive.
It’U all become unforgettaUe.
VKTORT CHEVEOirr COMPANY
132 RA^TOAO AV^ MjfQD MOOTlTAlll! N. C TELEPHONE 739-^71
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