Miles Mauney Gives Concert; Party Time; Student Honored;
Miles Mauney, concert pianist and professor of music
^-at Oberlin Conservatory of Music, was presented in a piano
concert Friday evening at Lenoir Rhyne college in Hickory.
His parents, Mr. ancflvlrs. W. K. Mauney, Sr. of Kings
Mountain; Mr. and Mrs. David Mauney and children, Eddie,
Kenny and Sarah Jane; Mrs. W. K. Mauney, Jr.; her daugh
ter, Martha Jane and Mrs. Mauney's mother, Mrs. Frances
West; John N. Roper, III, student at St. Andrew's College
who accompanied the Mauney's daughter, Sarah Frances,
student at Queen's College; Mrs. J. B. Simpson; Mrs. P. D.
Herndon and Mrs. Martin Harmon attended the concert
which included works by Haydn, Schumann and Chopin.
Mauney, formerly of Kings Mountain, toured the world
with his twin brother, Ernest
Brent Dwam Bingham, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bing-
ham, Jr., will celebrate his
- second birthday on Friday,
November Nth. A small
: family party is planned.
Young Bingham is grand-
’ son of Mr. and Mrs. Evetiette
A. Bingham, Sr. of Kings
' Mountain. His mother is the
former Letha Walker.
Mauney. They became known
widely as ide'htical twin duo-
pianists who could perform
on identical pianos with pre
Since his brother's
death in 1959, Miles Mauney
has studied at Aspen, Col.
with Madame Lhevinne and
earned his master's degree at
Columbia Teacher's college.
He taught at the University
of Illinois for one year and
the University of .Minnesota
for one year before moving
to Oberlin in 1963 as assis
tant professor of Pianoforte.
He has continued his solo performances as well as
playing with chamber ensembles.
During the summer of 1963 he played the Mozart
"Coronation" concerto withe the University of Minnesota
summer Orchestra. He and his wife, Dorothy, have also
done Sonato programs.
Also present for the fam
ily party will be Brent's oJd-
er brother, Gary.
A decorated birthday cak^
nd served with
will be cut a
Mary Leigh Mauney, Kings Mountain senior at Salem
Academy in Winston Salem, has been ebcted president of
Salem Academy's I 10-voice Glee club for the coming year.
Student elections were held on Tuesday.
Miss Mauney will also serve as chairman of Salem s
social committee for next year.
Jeffi^y Daniel Chaney,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Chaney, celebrated h i s
fourth birthday Saturday at
a family party at the home
of his grandmother, Mrs.
Grady Chaney. His mother
Children present f o r
party fun were Chris and
Mark Short. Sharon and Paul
ette Putnaim. Sheila and. Eric
Lingerfelt, Joey Rhea, Terry
and Sherry Chaney and Rob
are Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Bolin
~of -Were«Shoals, S. C. Mrs.
Ch^nii^ ft the former Olarmh Bolin.
Jeffrey's cake was a sqfuare-shaped cake topped with
cowboys and Indians. The c6ke was served with ice cream
and other party refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. Quay Hambright will celebrate theK
46th wedding anniversary today. Mrs. Hambright'amj
<Mher members of the family will spend the day at Vel-
eran's Hospital at Oteen with Mr. Hambright, a patient
Mr., Hanribright has been seriously ill for several weeks,
Mrs. Hambright, the former Ethel Howell, and Mr.
Hambright are-J<ings Mountain natives. They are parents
of eight children: Mrs. Ralph K. (Lucille) Cannon of Fair-
field. California; Mrs. Benton (Cornelia) -f
marie; Mrs. Max (Ruth) Putnam; Prentiss Hambright, Eo4
of Kings Mountain. Elmer Hambright and Kish naiMungiii < I
Winston Salem; Mrs. Jack (Priscilla) Keeof Shelby; and Mrt
Woffard (Lois) Martin of Blacksburg, S. C.
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Comings & C^oings
school and attended the University of Tennessee. He is
serving with the U.S. Marine Corps and is stationed at
Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Pritchard attended the Charlotte
Opera Association's presentation of Moiart's cornic opera,
"Don Giovanni" at Ovens Auditorium in Charlotte Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ledford, Mr. and Mrs. Har*
old Ledford, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hardin, all of Kings Moun
tain, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hardin of Rock Hill, S.^ C., Mr.
and Mrs. Layton Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clary,
all of Gaffney. S. C. attended the Sunday wedding of
Miss Glenda Kay Hardin and Gary Keith Hammonds in
Spartanburg, S. C. The Hardins are formerly of Kings
Mrs. George Stewart is spending the week In Atlanta,
Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Carter. The Carters spent
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Smith, coming es
pecially for Mr. Smith's birthday dinner on Sunday. Mrs.
Carter is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Stewart is
niece of the Smiths.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Mauney of Kings Mountain an
nounce the marriage of their daughter, Sarah Katherine,
to William Thomas Berkley, III. The wedding took place Oc
tober 28th in York, South Carolina.
Mr. Berkley Is the son of Dr. and Mrs. William T. Berk
ley, Jr. of Charlotte.
The Rev. Charles W. Easley, pastor of the bride, per
formed the^.Service of Blessing a Civil Marriage at the
home of the bride's parents on Saturday afternoon, No
vember 5th, at 4 o'clock.
The bride is a graduate of Kings Mountain high school.
She attended Lenoir-Rhyne college at Hickory and grad
uated from Kings Business College in Charlotte. She is em
ployed at Shamrock. Leasing Corporation In Charjotte.
The bridegroom graduated from Myers Park high
Miss Pattie Howard, student at the University of North
Carolina in Greensboro, spent the weekend with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Howard.
Mrs. Quay Moss, Mrs. Roger Dellinger, Mrs. David
Butler, Mrs. Butch Broome, Boyce Goins, all of Kings Moun
tain, and Mrs. Marvin Morrison of Shelby spent Sunday at
Fort McClellan, Alabama.
They visited Army Pvts. Quay Moss, Reger Dellinger,
David Butler, Butch Broome and Marvin Morrison.
The area servicemen have completed three of six weeks
of Army basic training-
KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD. KINGS, MOUNTAIN. N. C.
Thursday, November 10, 1966
Sunday Church Rites Unite Pair
IPs A Boy
For Joe Roberts'
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Donald Rob-
Park Hills Baptist church of
Spartanburg, S. C, was the set
ting Sunday for the 4 p.m. wed
ding of Miss Gienda Kay Hardin,
formerly of Kings Mountain, and
A''2C Gary Keith Hammonds.
Vows of the double-ring cere
mony were heard by the Rev.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hardin of
Spartanburg, S. C., former Kings
Mountain residents. She was
graduated from Spartanburg high
school and for the past two years
has been employed at Southern
Bell Telephone and Telegraph
ment 3, after
Mrs. Sherrie Cooper was at the
organ and Wyman Hamrick was
vocalist for the program of tra
ditional music. Mr. Hamrick sang
“Entreat Me Not To Leave Thee”
and “One Hand One Heart” be
fore the ceremony. He sang the
benedictional “With This Ring”
as the bride and bridegroom
knelt at the altar following the
exchange of vows.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore a formal
gown of bridal satin designed
along Empire lines with Empire
waistline and modified A-line
wedding trip to white orchid and rosebuds.
Miss Jean Harvey attended the
bride as maid of honor and
bridesmaids were Mrs. Marvin
Clary of Gaffney, S. C., cousin
of»the bride; Miss Gail Hughes
and Miss Ilene Gantt, both of
Spartanburg. Junior attendant
was the bride’s sister. Miss Deb
Fifty-four KMHS Students Plan
To Hear Heller Address Saturday
Fifty four students from Kings l>onna Crawford, Danny Kyke, erts of 3025 Hazel Drive, Shelby Certification
Thursday: Mountain high school will hear Carolyn Falls, John Parker, Dar- artWOUHce the arrival oi uavia
9:30 a.m. Kings Mountain rtbtbd economist, Dr. Walter W. lene Champion, Pa,t Cheshire,
Women Golfers will be hostess Heller, at “The Thomas Jeffer- June Frederick, Susan Howell,
J. Lee Roberts of Kings Moun
tain and Mrs. Lee Boekout of
All the attendants wore street-
length gowns of Antique gold
satin styled with empire waist
lines and A-line skirts. They
to the Foothills League of Worn- son High School Award ConvOca- Charles J^uney, D»ottie Scates, pital
en Golfers at Kings Mountain tions” at Ovens Auditorium, Sat- Jarte Turner, Williams and Grandparents are Mr and Mrs.
Country Club urday morning at ll; 15 a.m. StanYarbro. —. •
7:30 — Town and Country . The students will be accom-
Garden club at the home of Mrs. Heller,.who was Chairman of panied by principal G. Glenn pherTwille
Scarr Morrison. the Council oin Economic Advisers Brookshire land teakdiers, Miss
Friday: under Presidents Kennedy ahd Helen Logan and Mrs George -
T-OO-L-Margrace VVomtoi’s club Johnson, will slieak on “The Moss,
at the home of Mrs. George W. ‘New Economics’ Looks Ahead.”
SeUers on Margrace road. He is the first of three nation- . ,
Saturday ally-known speakers who will It S A Girl
Lee Roberts on Sunday, Novem- Miss Louise Wetmore, district
ber 6, Cleveland Memorial hos- chairman of Piano Certification,
releases the following informa
5 p.m. - 8 p.m. — Kings Moun- address outstan^ high school WaVne Od«lls
The North Carolina Music
Teachers Association endorses
the private piano teachers certi
fication, which is to raise stand
ards of piano teaching In our
state, and to give recognition of
teachers of the highest profes
tain Recreation Activities Com- ^udmts from Nojth and South
The bridegroom is the son of skirt. The dress had long sleeves
Mr. and Mrs. William Hammonds
of Lincoln, Illinois. He graduated
from Lincoln Community high
school and attended Lincoln
Junior college before entering the
Air Force. He is stationed with
the Air Force at ^aw Field in
Sumter, South Carolina, where
the couple will be residing at
502 West Hampton street, Apart-
endiiig in points at the wrists
and fastened with tiny self-cov
ered buttons. The detachable
full-length train was attached at
the shoulders. Her bouffant silk
illusion veil was attached to a
pillbox headdress of peau de
sole, taffeta, lace and seed
pearls, and she carried a lace-
covered Bible topped with a
match satin slippers and carried
arm bouquets of bronze mums.
-r:"-"-" I:™'Carolin* during a Art- R. Odell On Birthday
wore circular headdresses with mission is sponsonng a dance for o na aunng isoo irr. ^ Kings Mountain announce the ^
short veils attached, dyed-to- yoimg at the National Thomas Jefferson High
|5uard Armory. cohooi Aumrri tober 26, Gaston Memorial hos-
35:45 p.m. — Mission Study at Con^ttonfl- are
Resurr^o'n Lutheran church un- Jefferson St««^ P‘tai-
The bride’s mc'.Her wore a two- <ier -sponsorship of Women of (WBT- Gnindparants 4re Mr. and Mrs
piece dress of green brocade with Church. WBTv, wiBTW) and are sat up to L. Odell And Mr, and Mrs.
Sunday: rerognto schol^hip and to in- ErVin Gordon, aU of Kings Moun-
3:00 - Kings Mountain Girl Mhool stadents to Wgh- tain,
annual Court of Awards scholastic achievement. At- _
at Bovee Memorial ARP church tending students are selected by "rhe baby’s mother is the for-
USty “^*"0*101 AKP church. principals on the basis of mer Miss Bwky Gordon.
7:30^rcle 7 of Central Meth- f^fjastic ^lence and interest
odist church at the church ™ subject B^td EpsIlon
’the Convocations, wldch began
Examinations are scheduled by
the Board of Certification, and
are given as often as there is a
Jeffrey Arrowood celebrated his sufficient number of approved
second birthday last Wednesday applications to call for the Board
at « party given by his mother of Examiners, including exami
and grandmother at their home nation at U. N. C. Greensboro
matching shell and matching
peau-de-soie slippers. She wore
a light green pillbox hat and cor
sage of white carnations.
on Landing street.
Fifteen children were present
for party fun and refreshments.
’The reft«shinent table was
made festive in autumn colors of
and at Queens College.
Applicants must include col
lege and conservatory trans-
scripts, along with credentials.
A 1966-67 Directory of Certified
Ben Edward Hardin of Craig
AFB, Selma, Ala., brother of the
bride, was best man. Ushers
were Harold Ledford of Kings
Mountain, cousin of the bride;
Wayne Coggins of Greer, S. C.,
William Bossheart of Shaw AFB,
Sumter, S. C., and Donnie Walk
er of Spartanburg.
yellow and green .Overlaid with Piano Teachers is available. This
a yellow lace tablecloth, center- directory Includes inany of the
piece for the table was a lArg state’s Imminent college profes-
white, birthday cake Iced in pale sors of piano,
and toppled by two y^low candles.
Mickey Mouse napkins and plates Joseph
Lammers of Queens
Mrs. Lewis C. Stutts of Spar
tanburg kept a guest register.
After the ceremony, the bride
and bridegroom, their attendants
and the bride’s parents received
in the vestibule of the church.
For her wedding trip, the bride
wore a suit of light navy blue Arp HonorPn
with matching accessories and ^ lUnuiCU
the orchid from her Bible.
Convocations, wlUch began ^Lai„.4.Ar.
KdSoSi ^ ^ ^ inciwded the foUow- L/hapter MeetS
^ist chd^h at the home of Mrs. ^ark Van Doren. anthf<fel<«lst The Beta Eesllbn Chapter of given as favors. North Carolina Music Teachers
8?00-Cln:l/6 Of c«.tna Moth- The ho.t«»s wen, eeslrted by , o„
Hdward Bryant. . - rianJl . i- ot Mrs. Arrowood; and Misses Loiiege is “«*og cnairman oi
Tuesday: ° ^ They Wefe delightfully enter- Alice and Ruby Stfllens !n serv- certification. Dr. George Stegner^
E>r. HeUer, of vRtwm Nows- tAlned by the CWnryvllle mem- ing cake, ice cream, potato chips of tweens College is credential^^
week Magazine says, “ENcrytlilng beta at a dinner meeting held at ^ and cold drinks. committee chairinan. Loren Wf-
the new economics hM done Wal* the WomaTi’s Club. The room Was W^^s of Duke University^ and
ter Heller made possible,” is Pit)- tasteful^ (ftethfated With pump- Cuests included Cttidy and Pam Fletcher Moore of Elon College,
fesaor of lEconmnlcs at the wi- klris, ehtysanthemams, and fall Leadi, James SuMene, Cindy and also Sister Cecelia of Sacred
veFsity of Minnesota. He hijis Wn leaves. "Ilmmy McDaniel^ Jeftfr^ and Heart Collie are jnembers of
a U. S. Treiiaury fconaultartt, dildf ^
7:30 — North School P-TA In
the school auditorium.
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After the wedding rehearsal on
Trei^ry bonaultaitt, chleif Gregory Ingram, Sharon, Tommy the Administration Committee,
of Intknlattonal Finance for the „ ^ deyottonaJ, "Thoughts cn esid Scott Buchanan, Scott CrAw-
U S. GovenmientlnGSmany Heing Thmkful,” Was given by ford, Tommy Wells, Tommy Hen- For further Infwmation, ron-
and consultan t for te Un«ed Na- J»Per Lewis. son, and Jolmny and Kelli
junior woman’s Clubbers hon- tloins. Kato Whitworth’s second B*^®***® Shelby. . •
Approxh^tely ^,SQ0 stude^, entertained the group with
By Junior Club
o orad new teachers in the AHwxHjiawiy grade entertained the group with ’The Brookie children, who
Saturday night, the brlde-elect’S system at a lea Monday night at singing. Greetings were given by came with their gnuidmother,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Har- the Woman's dub. tW6 Cilb4M44 ^Wll be^reroht tor Mrs. w. N. Williams. Mrs Kee will celebrate their SCOUTS J©T
Court Of Awards
din, entertained with a party at
their home on Crestvlew Drive.
’The Hardin home was appropri
ately decorated for the occasion.
'The local dub aimually honors
new teachers daring the obserw ference^ a0:4< a.m.,.aftd follow- a?*
ance of American Edac*tkiii bd by a Ivmdteon At 1:00. ^ ^
week. l7 Rtt«idartce fiom towoo^
Mountain ivlll be* tfrerting iMxigpaffLTiia topic Wasf
Miss Jackie Blanton, club presl- Dennis Bridges “What the CharaoterisHcs of
greenery fastened at the comer it6 BrtfcigA, BuitOn, Toiti- Persons?”
Mrs. — «—_,j. Gjadden, ^Ith Mhj. Frank Sisk
Grii^ Mo"3re, Juie the
'The bride’s table was overlaid
with white cloth, garlanded with
with wedding bells and ribbons
of yellow and green. TTie table
was centered with a silver punch
presldelnt, Weife lidsteases.
Ml JoilaS ierved pundi
’me tM table Was festive wRk
Mrs. Martin Harmon accom
panied nine of her jpiano stu-
A Court of AWands for Kings
Mountain Girl Scouts will be held
Sunday alftemoon at 3 p.m. at
Boyce Memorial ARP churt^ on
, 1^- G^nis, altAf Wkldh jMiss Sarah 9^1* to Charlbtte Saturday aft
'^onk, Kei^ .inqhk, Roof gave the trAaihirer’s ibp^. ernoon to see th« comic opera,
Girl Scouts of the area will be
recognized for Soonthlg achieve
ment during the year.
. ’rtM, Mpiriaoh^ WiW by
bowl. At each end were cande- dec^tiohs TiT omnge aiid yel- Pw^,JL -
labrums and flower arrange- low. OVerUtM with wtdtb dUtWbrk
merits of gold and white mums, cloth the ptmdTl bttw! M bni end Chrts Ppessley Roget fwidiul, Y^t bboftl wbre dhtrtbuted to Don Giovanni, In Ovens Auditor!- \A/nhlA)l Go terS
wedding bells and doves. The aiAs decowitad Wifh «O t um 6 S^e Bptpuae, ttaVld Wilsrtt Aftd the members by Mrs. J. R. HOyle. Wh. ▼ t i v^i o
white wedding cake, trimmed in leaves and fAMge. A latife dt*W Sknsanne Alesdandwr. , Membim of Ih* Bela EpsUoh Students attending were Susan TnrlAV/
yellow, was topped with the tra- annngemeM iii mdts cha fOttAfee ^A^, Betty IBreoks, Bobby OiApter were Portent from (Bes^ Goft^h. Carol Gofoitk, ShAron tVieei ivuay
dltlonal bride and groom. wsA «t the opposlle end. SUveh CSaok, Lyim Devehney, jaliice s«ner Cltv, <^er«Wille, lUncoln- Plonk, Martha jane Mauney, An* Kings Mountain Women’s Golf
Punch was served by Mr. and tr«yk hMd sh atsOHnieni dl fMft^ BaiMon, .Che^l Floyd, Cartoh ton, and Kings Mountain. nA Mn|rtr, Ginger Finger, Laura Association will be hostess to
Mrs. Ray Swicegood and guests cndMee »d pttrty pkde-up«. Gore-Btompe Gain, Joe HUlleiidei*, Kings Momitain members Who Ann* Hudson, 4rnn Bridges and
enjoyed refreshments of cake A comtKSopiA of frotts Atid JRUmphries NOttna King, Attended Were — MTS. Richard Jane Anthony,
squares decorated In yellow, vevACBiblea decdrAted A tAhie Ih Jeyi* Shnale Mtlllllud^, McGlmdA, Mrs. J H. GaihblA, Mrs. Dan Finger and Mrs. HAr-
mints and nuts. thb loongA. Gold cAtidlestttfts hftd Vanilla nntf,. tfAhdtte Mrs. K. .W. ffbal. Miss Alice IhOD provided tramportatloh.
’The bride-to-be was attired.Ip • Ifdl ftowfk anariteeMBlk.WMb »on, Sandra Smlth,^w &H'ffJSf>J.he^J>trforn>anpe--by
a dress of pale pink satin with on the inafrteL TOe foyer held «n Gloria Wheeler, RkMdl Bakter Mlee Gusile Hufist*er, Mrs. W. the Charlotte ^era Association,
r^ colored back panel and rose,arrangement oiC pumpHhw and and_Lir^ Htonon.__^ I* Ramseur and Mrs. M, H. to^group had supper In Char-
Slil^rs and an orchid corsage, leaves.
■Also,' Betty Ivey, Hilda Lowery, Blser.
members of the Foothills League
of Women Golfers at a tourna
ment ’Thursday (today) on the
golf course of Kings Mountain
Country .club. - .
Tee-Mf time is 9:30 a.m.
Awards will he nresented to
winners abut tell |gHi .
will be h
at the F
y and Mr