Thursday, Novamber iO,. 19^66
■-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD. KINGS MOUNTAIN. N. C.
GROVER — A Study Course
will be held at the Elizabeth Bap-
tbit Church this week 'for Sunday
School and Training Union de
partments. The teachere and
wollcers from 'the First ’Baptist
Church are attending
ing,.each evening from 7; 30-9; 00
^ R. C. Moore will show slides
of Vietnam and tell about his tour
of duty there. Next Sunday night
at the First Baptist Chur^.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank ■ Poyster
visited their twin sons, Mike and
Steve, at Wake Forrest ColA'ge
during the weekend .
Mrs. R. E. Hambright and Bob
Hambright placed flowers in the
sanctuary of First Baptist Church
SiAday in Memory of Mr. R. E.
Dr. and Mrs. Scott Wright and
— -daiughtfirs_Susa_n .and
Guffolk, Virginia, spent 'me
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Grady
Ross and Mr. and Mrf Stough
Miss Connie Shaw of Western
Carolina College, Cullowhee,
spent the weekend with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Deward
Doug Yeager of W.C. lY^s a
guest of the Deward Shaws dur
ing the weekend.
Mrs. Mary Logan of Winston
Salem, spent several days with
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Little.
Dr and Mrs. Herman Powell
of Gastonia, visited Mrs. Mildred
Hollifield during the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turner and
daughters Brenda and Patti of
Earl, were Sunday guests of Mr.
/ and Mrs. B. E Sheppard.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Abernathy
and Jack Mullinax have returned
from a trip to Texas where they
visited Mr. and Mrs. “Red” Davis
James Byers visited his bro
ther, 'Luther Byers, and wife in
Charleston, S C., Friday and Sat
urday. His brother has been Sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bell and
sons Steve and Eddie of Blacks
burg, were Saturday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Ross.
Miss Evelyn Mullinax, Mrs.
Charlie Mullinax and . Jack Mull
inax spent Saturday at Black
Mountain with Miss Aline Mul
Miss Annie Randall. Mrs. Lee
Pruette and Janet visited in Rock
Hill S. C , Sunday afternoon.
Miss Marie Herndpn of Kan
napolis spent Sunday with her
mother, Mrs. J. L. Herndon.
Mr. and Mrs B. F. Bird are
visiting relatives in Columbia,
S. C. this week.
Mrs. John Gold, Mrs W. S.
Hicks, Vickie Turner and Sharon
Gold spent Saturday in Gastonia
By Snndra Johnson
at Kings Mountain Hospital
Mrs. William Houser is the
Wednesday night in
the executive board
Her main duties as dietician in -
elude planning the meals for the united Church Women, North
patients and staff.
Carolina Council of Churches
The Dietary Department of the; IT’LL NEVER HAPPEN
newesr ^ adaTfidn' to the l««g«+Krngs ‘“Motmtalrr'“Hospital " will
Mountain Hospital Staff. Her du- make available Thanksgiving and; ‘
ties include acting as, reception-; Christmas Ipnches to the families P*a>i, set up in October In
ist at the front desk. Mrs. Hotis* employees who are work* «Nebr at the National
ers’ likes include. Candy Stripers, jjjg hospital on these holi- ^o^rd of Managers meetings will
•and fiedple in general. She ^ays days. ' explained by Mrs. Charles
she find's her work very fascina- i Upturning to wohk this week: f " of women at Liv-
ting because it gives her an op- j eniovincr vacations are- College, Salisbury. After
portunity to meet all types Diaiina'Gamble, Mr Shep-! ^ u/a'" structure, the
people. ^ , pai-d, and Mr. Justice. i “P recommenda-
ew addition to the,
David M. Hardin
USS RANGER —
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hardin of j males
Mrs. Dewey Montgomery visit- /ospital staff is Mra McClure.
ed Mrs. John Norman at the Gas-
tonia Memorial hospital Monday.
Mr and Mrs. George Sellers of
Kings Mountain were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Hambright
Miss AvT’Gibtnrns’-was dfiTiTfiT''
gue?t of Mr and Mrs. ■ Dee Gib
bons Sunday near Blacksburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Brent Carroll Jr.
and children of Kings Creek and
Mr. and Mrs A. V. Anthony of
Shelby were guests of Mrs. Cora
Mrs. Gene Turner and Mrs.
Grady Ross visited Mrs James
Byers and Mrs. Franklin Harry
at the Kings Mountain Hospital
Monday and took flowers and
gifts to Mrs. Byers for her birth
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harry at
tended tse football game at Clem-
Mrs. Dwight Dixon and chil
dren Dix, Kathy and Angela of
Harrisburg were guests of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs Jack Pin-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harbison
of Morganton were recent guests
of Mrs. Margaret Crocker.
Timms Furniture Company of
Kings Mountain recently furnish-
the lobby with a R.C.A. Victor
television set. This was given in
memory of T. J. Timms.
Sunday morning, October 30,
the population of our progressive
tilt? [iupuiaLiun ui uui
Airman | community had been increasetl by
-'Son—OTT riThe”-~ l)rivTvicfro!fny"“tw(rWefe'
wife... or grandchildren .
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crisp visited
Mrs S. A. Crisp on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Batts of
Charlotte were last Sunday guests
of Mrs. S. A. Crisp.
Miss Peggy Harry visited Mrs.
Franklin Harry at the Kings
Mountain hospital Monday.
- Miss Elaine Pruette of Char
lotte spent the weekend with her
mother, Mrs Murray Pruette. .
504 W Gold St., Kings Moun
tain’ N. C., serving aboard the
attack aircraft carrier Ranger,
has qualified to wear the Navy
Unit Commendation ribbon.
The Navy Unit Commendation
was awarded to the Ranger fqr
her “ ... exceptionally meritori
ous service while participating
in combat operations in South
east Asia in Support of the Re
public of V'ietnam’s effort to re
sist Communist aggression.” .
His ship has also earned the
Arleigh Burke Fleet Trophy. The
award is presented each- year
to one ship in the Atlantic Fleet
and one ship in the Pacific Fleet
for the greatest improvement in
The Ranger is now moored at
the Puget Sound Naval Ship
yard near Seattle, Washington,
where it will undergo an exten
sive overhaul before returning to
One of our most important sec
tions of the Kings Mountain Hos
pital is the emergency room.
This room is equipped to handle
every type of emergency that ar
rives. Among the many life-sav-
tions to be made at the State
Board of Managers meeting the
Al.so siheduled for the 6 p.m.
dinner meeting at Holiday Inn
is a report of the Omaha meet
ing given by Mrs. Ira C. Shelley
of Greensboro, state president.
Eyeping meditations by Mr^ Ar-
thelia Brooks, Methodirt deacoTP
ness working as a Rural in
Burnisville, will set the pace for
the Nov. 10 meeting at Salis
bury’s First Methodist Church
The state president reveals the
Thursday morning agenda will
include reports fixjm the various
It’s arOund this season thAt
the prophets begin to stir. |
Visions of the New Year set I
them off. Pulling dQt some for-!
mula which eludes us common i
'folk, they set about to probe in- i
to the future I
Robbing us of all the mystery I
Which tomorrow holds, they
tell us what’s going to take place. |
The practice is known in the I
trade as predicting or prognosti
cating. To the layman, it’s better'
known as sticking one’s neck
We’re envious but not brash.
Somehow the cloudy crystal ball
stays cloiud-y., Aati - wh ile we’d ■ 1 ike
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MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED — Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Patterson
to claim a place among the seers, i
we’d be risking severe embar-1
to gue.ss what 1967
ing devices in the emergency j officers; eleC'
room are; v'arious tjpes of oxy- : tion of district chairmen; adop-
gen, a resusitator, the Bennett 1967-68 budget; dis-
machine (a special type of ic-, pyggjQji and adoption of the new
susitator), and the electronic state structure; and making final
Twenty-five potential nurses
aides are enrolled in classes
taught byr Miss Mary Blackweld-
er, director of Niu’ses. The two
integrated classes meet on 'Tues
day and Thursday — one from
3:30-5:30 and the other from 6:30
to 8:30. The course will be com
pleted by early Spring and there
is a possibility that another class
will be offered in late spring or
early summer. .
plans for the annual state meet
ing to held in April in Win
Featured luncheon speaker will
be Mrs. Elizabeth B. McCubbin,
superintendent of the North Car
olina Correctional Center for
Women, Raleigh. Mrs. McCubbin
will dLscuss the Chapel of the
Nameless Woman being built for
the inmates. The UCW organiza
tion has pledged $1,500 to the
chapel project over a three-year
Speaking briefly will be Mrs.
M. Joyce Mills of Hendersonville,
a mi'mbcr of te staff for home
makers with the migrants m that
I area. Over the years UCW has
maintained an active interest in
19,58 she returned to her home-
Commitment Day will be ob
served in the Methodist churches I * u -^u
of the Western North Carolina
Conference on Sunday, November
Room 4 is occupied by Miss
Nancy Sue Service, a veritable
ray of sunshine, who has been a
patient since March, 1965.
Miss Service is a registered
nurse and for four years worked : support of the migrant minis-
as an anesthetist in Chicago In ; in North Carolina
(But there’s a way out. Care
fully ayoiding suggestions about
what might come to pass next
year, we can still venture a few-
bold predictions about what won’t
happen. And here are a few of
- Secretary of Agriculture Or
ville Freeman will not say he’s
happy if farm prices go down a-
- Tobacco will not be proven
to be a leading cause of hang-i
- The number of employees in
the U. S. Department of Agri
culture will not Surpass the num
ber of farmers in the nation, al
though it might come close.
- President Johnson will not
pull any more dog ears, al
though he might pull a few logs.
- The U. S. .Supreme Court
will not be able to prevent silent
prayers said by students just be
fore important exams.
of Kings Mountain announce the nxamage of their daughter,
Hattie L. Patterson, to Walter Davis. The wedding took place
Sunday afternoon in York, South Carolina. Mr. Davis is a
veteran of Korean War ser vice. After a wedding trip to Balti
more, Md., the newlyweds will live at bjt N. Watterson street
Marvin Goforth, Shelby road
farmer, was displaying a six and
one-half ounc*e egg, one of four
from his henhouse this week.
The oddity was on display
'Tuesday at the Herald office.
Mr. Goforth declares the egg
is a “rooster egg”. Of the pullets
he purchased sometime ago, one
resembles a rooster and “crows”,
13th. On this day the ministry
of the congregation to alcoholics
and disturbed persons of the com
munity will be emphasized. The
' theme for the day will be “Do
You Care Enough?”
The focus is upon the plight
of America's 5,000,000 alcoholics.
Alcoholism is the nation’s third
largest health problem.
This program is under the
leadership of theCommission on
Christian Social Concerns. The
speaker for the 11 o’clock ser
vice at Central Methodist church
will be Lester Whitener of Gas
tonia. Mr.’ Jordan will speak at
the evening service
her sister who was ill. She then
opened at hat shop — Nancy’s
Shop. Many people remember her
for the lovely hats she designed
for them. She always found time
for her chureh (A.R.P.), her rose
garden, and for the Woman’s club
and the Garden club.
In 1965, she was hospitalized
with paralysis. Mrs. Ralph
Mauney is her private nurse from
The UCW Board of Managers
includes all state officers, com
mittee chairmen and members,
state denominational presidents
anr representatives, local council
presidents and members at large.
The state organization has around
49 local councils, including the
Kings Mountain council.
President of tlie local council
is Mrs. Robert Lee Haden, Jr..
Also a member of the state
Board of Managers is Mrs. Aub
rey Mauney, state resolutions
fresh flowers - love tokens from
her many friends.
A visit with her is like a spring
tonic. You come away refreshed
and inspired. She is witty, cheer
ful, and fuy of plans for the fu-
seven until three. Not a day has Lture — re-o^ning Nancy's Shop.
pMsed withqut.her receivii>g 1 We just bet sl^e will.
Voteis oi Cleveland County
I am sincerely grateful for the splendid
support given our Democratic candi
dates iii Tuesday's election.
I am especially thankful to all who con
tributed so liberally of their support to
bring our Democratic campaign in
Cleveland County to a successful con
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