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    ’Thursday, July 16, 1976—MIRROR-HERALD—Page SB
MARY RAOONKALB
Celebrates
Her First
Birthday
Mary Ragon Kale,
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Kale, cele
brated her first birthday
June 24th at a birthday
party at Dot Smith’s
Nursery.
Party refreshments
were served.
Mary Ragon Is
granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert (Red)
Kale and Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Falls, all of Kings
Mountain.
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CHRIS V. BRIDGES
Christopher
Celebrated
On Saturday
Christopher Vance
Bridges, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Vance E. Bridges
of 701 Lee St.,
celebrated his third
birthday Saturday, June
10.
A party was given at
his home with friends
and relatives attending.
A Donald Duck
decorated cake and
party refreshments
were served.
Grandparents of Chris
are Mrs. Earline Styers
and the late John Styers
and Mr. and Mrs. James
R. Bridges, all of Kings
Mountain.
Chris’s mother Is the
former Frances Styers.
Couple Will
Be Honored
Miss Brenda Stone
and Rick Falls will be
honored Friday night at
a rehearsal dinner at
the Holiday Inn in
Gastonia at 8 p. m..
Immediately following a
6:30 p. m. wedding
rehearsal.
The prospective
bridegroom’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Falls
Jr., will host the dinner.
After the rehearsal
dinner a pool party will
be given at Warwick
Apartments In Gastonia
at 9:30 p. m. Host and
hostesses for the event
are Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Stone, brother and
sister-ln-law of the
bride; Miss Martha
Stone, sister of the
bride; Miss Sylvia
Morris; and Miss Kathy
Turner. On Saturday
morning at 12 noon at
the Royal Villa a
Bridesmaid’s Luncheon
will be given by eight of
the bride’s aunts. ’The
wedding will take place
Saturday evening at 8 p.
^ m. in Oak Grove Baptist
Church.
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