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    Page 2B—MIRROR-HBRALX>—Thursday, October 27, 1877
DOWNTOWN KINGS MOUNTAIN
CAMPER
Hi-shoe, nickel eyelets, new Kraton "Stitch-welt
look", unitsoles. (Split leather counter pocket).
14.95
DUSTER
Cameo stitched vamp trim, new oblique stitqhec
welt look, Kraton unitsoles. (Split leather
counter pocket.)
14.95
SASSY
"Combstitch" vamp trim, new smooth Kraton
unitsoles, with rocker type bottoms, unlined.
(Split leather counter pocke^■
14.95
JEREMY
Overlay moc toe oxford, split leather counter
pockets, Kraton unitsoles.
14.95
SIDEWINDER
Butted seam casual, unlined, new Kraton ribbed
unitsoles, cable stitch trim.
14.00
Sallie’s Favorite Recipes . . .
(Begins On Page IB)
reduce heat to 3S0 degrees and bake
16 nninutes longer.
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CASSEROLE
GOOD AND
EASY
1 layer sliced raw potatoes
1 layer sliced onions (14 deep as
potato layer)
1 layer chopped celery
H c. uncooked rice
1 can kidney beans
1 layer hamburger
Seasonings, desired
Place above In layers In greased
baking dish. Cover with tatomato
juice. Bake at 360 degrees (or three
hours. For the busy housewife.
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TOMACHE
1 (8 os.) pkg. macaroni or
spaghetti
14 c. butter or bacon (at
1 onion, chopped
1 green pepper, chopped
14 c. dour
1 large can tomatoes
14 lb. American cheese
14 lb. hamburger
Cook macaroni according to
package directions. In large skillet,
melt butter; stir In hamburger,
peppers and onions. Cook until
hamburger Is brown. Stir In flour.
Add tomatoes sund cook 10 minutes.
Remove from heat and add cheese.
Pour mixture over cooked
macaroni.
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MULTl-
PURPOSE
BARBECtJE
3 c. Chopped onions
garlic salt to taste
2 C. chopped celery
14 c. cooking oil
4 lb. ground chuck
4 tap. salt
14 tsp. pepper
3 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
3 (14 oz.) bottles catsup
KM Gold Star
Luncheon Slated
Cook onions and celery seasoned
with garlic salt In cooking oil until
tender. Fry groimd beef until pink
color disappears. Stir meat to break
up himps or large pieces. Combine
all Ingredients In skillet; simmer 30
minutes. Cool quickly. Skim off
excess fat. This will make 13 cups of
mix which ibay be frozen, used In
hsimburger buns for barbecue, or
combined with noodles or rice and
vegetables for casseroles.
Annual Gold Star Ban
quet of American Legion
AuxlUsuy Unit 166 will be
held on Thurs., Nov. 3, at
6:30 p. m. at the American
Legion Building.
A covered dish dinner
will be served and guests
will be Cold Star Mothers,
Gold Star Fathers, Gold
Star Wives and Gold Star
Sisters.
Invitations are going out
to honored guests this
week. Mrs. Jackie D. Bar
rett Is chalrmsm of the
arrangements committee.
Program (or the evening
will feature entertainment
by "The Singing
Teachers" of Kings Moun
tain Senior High School,
under the direction of Mrs.
Darrell Austin. Mrs.
Harold Ledford Is program
chairman.
Cb-hostesses are Mrs.
Barrett, Mrs. Ledford and
Mrs. Athalee Scales.
Prospective members
and the Interested com
munity Is Invited to attend
and hear the popular
singing group who will be
presenting entertainment
during the serving of
supper.
Parkers Married Monday
OVERWEIGHT
Due to Water Build-Up
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Cherokee Street Biqitlst
Church provided the set
ting Monday night for a 7 p.
m. candlelight ceremony
uniting Miss Patricia
Morel and Ricky Parker.
The Rev. Charles Farris,
assisted by Rev. George
Leigh, heard the couple
pledge vows In a double-
ring ceremony.
Palms and cathedral
candles banked the altar
with baskets of white
mums enhancing the set
ting. The couple said their
vows In front of a white
satin altar.
Mrs. Veda Hoyle was
plsmlst for the program of
nuptial music. Her prelude
included "Apple Blossom
Time" and "I Love You
Truly."
The bride was given In
marriage by the
bridegroom’s uncle, Ray
White. She wore a floor-
length white satin gown
enhanced by embroidered
lace flowers. The gown had
a Chapel length train. She
wore a short veil capped
with daisies and baby's
breath. Her bouquet was
white mums and baby’s
breath. As the bride en
tered, she presented her
mother with a red rose. As
she left the church, on the
arm of her bridegroom,
she presented a rose to the
groom’s mother.
The maid of honor was
Miss Angela White, cousin
of the bridegroom.
Ushers were Marty
White and Blaln Hum
phries. The bridegroom’s
best man was his father J.
C. Parker.
Emma Summit kept the
bride’s register In the
vestibule of the church.
The wedding was directed
by Elva Whitesides.
The bride’s mother wore
a floor-length black skirt
with long-sleeved pink
blouse.
The bridegroom’s,
mother chosq a, floor-
|en^ , ,P|e^9^ “;5o%e|t;
drew. Both wore corsages
of white mums.
BRIDE AND
BRIDEGR<X)M
Tlie bride Is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Morel of Guatemala.
TTie bridegroom Is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Parker of San Dimas,
Csdlfornla. He Is the
grandson of Sally White of
Kings Mountain and Mr.
and Mrs. Cooper Parker of
Shelby.
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Tabs (the genuine
water pill) Wasser
Tablets help you lose
water weight gain,
' relieves body bloat
ing, swelling of thighs,
legs and arms—waist
enlargement.
Be slim like you
should. Guaranteed or
your money back. Get
Wasser Tablets today.
SMITH’S
DRUGS
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of North Carolina
MR. AND MRS. IFUCKY PARKER
(Patricia Morel)
A
Scism-Whisnant
Vows Exchanged
ottCQu:.
Patterson Grove Bcqrtlst
Church provided the
setting Sunday for a 8:30 p.
m. exchange of vows
uniting Mias Marjorie
Seism of Shelby and
Dwight Whlsnant of
EUenboro.
The couple pledged vows
of the double-ring
ceremony before Rev.
Richard Ply ler, minister of
the church. In the presence
of their Immediate
families and close friends.
The bride and bridegroom
came to the altar together.
For her marriage the bride
choee a blue atreet-length
jacket dreas and a white
orchid corsage.
Mrs. Faye DeUlnger was
organist for the program
of nuptial music. Mrs.
Rachel Dover, niece of the
bride, kept the guest regis
ter.
After the ceremony, the
bridal pair received wed
ding guests and left for a
trip to Gatllnburg, Ten
nessee.
EUenboro wUl be home
for the newlyweds.
BRIDE AND
BRIDEGROOM
Mrs. Whlsnant la the
daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Seism of
Kings Mountain. She is
employed by EUls Lumber
Oompany.
TTm bridegroom te self-
employed In EUenboro.
tereon Orove Baptist
Church.
Entertaining together
were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
AUen, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Hamrick, Mr. and Mrs.
OdeU Lovelace, Mr. and
Mrs. Mearl Seism, Mr. and
Mrs. Everette Lovelace,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Seism
and Mrs. Fern Seism.
The wedding colors of
pink and green featured
decorative details and
refreshments. Overlaid
with green net over pink,
the bride’s table held a
centerpiece of pink flowers
and pink candles. The
wedding esdee was cut and
served from a River punch
bowl from the opposite end
of the table. SUver ap
pointments held mints and
nuts.
Slxty-flvs friends and
relrhves attended.
BEDROOM FURNITURE
BUY IN SUITES OR
INDIVIDUAL PIECES
1/4 OFF
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jarden Club
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AND SAVE
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Slates Bazaar
AFTER
REHEARSAL
Brothers snd slaters of
Miss Seism sntertalnsd
Saturday evsnbig at a eaks
cutting after the wedding
rehearsal In tha
Fellowship Hall of Pat-
Good Earth Garden
Clubbers are readying
Christmas handiwork In an
susaortment of gift ideas for
a big Christmas Bazaar on
Sat., Nov. 13, from 10 a. m.
untU 4 p. m. at Depot
Center.
Baked goodz, planU,
and a white elephant table
wUl also be featured, plus
crafts.
Msmbers will also
conduct a drawing for a
turkey and ham to be given
away during the aU-day
bazaar with tickets on sale
at 60 cent dcnatlcn, said a
spokesmsm for tha club.
Montmsrte in lovely Ivory with distinctive, gold
filled routed designs remains in a class by itself in
popularly priced French Provinciel Perfectly
matched high pressure plastic tops protect Mont
ing yeirs of serviceeble beauty.
Iioom from our wide selection
I stock pieces and SAVE
a marte's cases, ensurii
I Decorate your bedit
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909 GROVER ROAD • KINGS MOUNTAM, NX.
    

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