i t 2 E n % EAS Ve a RE A ABER sini, ess Tr r—————— Page 12A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday. April 29, 1982 Chmiversaties MR. AND MRS. CECIL OWENS ...Note Golden Wedding Day Mr. And Mrs. Owens Note 50th Anniversary Mr. and Ms. Cecil Owens of 900 West Gold Street celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary April 23. They were honored Sunday at their home with a family lun- cheon and cakecutting, attended by members of the immediate family. ~The Owenses were married on April 23, 1932 in Pickens, S.C. Mr. Owens is a retired machinist with Burlington Mills and Mrs. Owens is retired from Sadie Mills. They are members of Second Baptist Church, where both have served as Sunday School teachers and Mr. Owens has served on the Board of Deacons. A floral arrangement in honor of their anniversary was placed in the church sanctuary for wor- ship services on Sunday. Attending the Sunday Ilun- ‘cheon were Mr. and Mrs.’ Aaron Allen and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Marty Allen and sons and Miss Pam Thompson, all of Warren- ton, N.C.; Ms. Judy Maucere and son of Charlotte; and Rev. Eugene Land, pastor of Second Baptist Church of Kings Motin- tain. Garden Club Meets The Good Earth Garden Club held its regular monthly meeting at the home of Marlene Bennett. Special guest was Mrs. Charles (Lynne) Mauney, who presented an informative program called “Pilgrimage to Natchez.” She slowed slides and gave informa- tion about historical homes in AGATHA CAST - The cast for “All Because of Agatha”, which opens tonight at 8 p.m. at the Kings Mountain Little Theatre is pictured above. Front row, left to right, Nan Jean Grant, the area. The Garden Clubs of Nat- chez, Miss., present this program as a yearly event. The Good Earth Garden Club meets on the third Monday of each month. The next meeting will be’ May 17 at the home of Mrs. Jodi McDaniel. Weddings MRS. JOHN EMMETT WINN (Kelly Anne Adams) Winns Exchange Vows At First Presbyterian Kelley Anne Adams and John Emmett Winn exchanged their wedding vows Saturday in a 7:30 p.m. ceremony at First Presbyterian Church. Rev. Gary Lee Bryant, pastor of Paw Creek Presbyterian Church in Charlotte and former minister at First Presbyterian, officiated. Mrs. Shirley Austin, organist, and Mrs. Lynn Echols, vocalist, presented a program of wedding music. The bride was given in mar- riage by her father, Dr. Charles H. Adams of Kings Mountain. She wore a design gown created of Chantilly lace and silk organ- za. The waisted lace bodice was Photo by Gary Stewart Maryjane Carbo, Janet Sims, Vivian Duncan, Sylvia Holmes and Boots McDaniel. Back row, Pat Cheshire, Jim Champion, Gerald Lovelace and Ray Holmes. Agatha Opens Monday The Kings Mountain Little Theatre will present “All Because of Agatha” tonight through Sunday at the Park Grace School Auditorium. Performances are scheduled for 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday and at 3 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $3 for adults, $1.50 for children and $2 for senior citizens. Group rates of $1 per person are available for groups of 10 or more. A special coupon worth an additional $1 discount is inside to- day’s Kings Mountain Herald., Jim Champion and Janet Sims have the lead roles of Duff and Joan O’Hara, a couple who purchase a haunted house from Gerald Lovelace, who plays Mr. Van Buren the realtor. The house, located in Salem, Mass., is haunted by a witch, Agatha Forbes, portrayed by Vivian Dun- can. Other membes of the cast are Maryjane Carbo as Ethel, the maid; Nan Jean Grant as Mrs. Boggs, a local society matron; Ray Holmes as Dr. Randolph, a neighbor; Sylvia Holmes as Thelma Breckenridge, Joan’s aunt; Pat Cheshire as Flip Cannon, a reporter; and Boots McDaniel as Madam La Solda, the medium. Thomas Barnes, an employee of Kings Mountain Hospital, will direct the play. The production is made possible by a North Carolina Grassroots Grant. designed with an oval front and back neckline and lace wide cuff- ed bishop sleeves. The bodice was enhanced with hand- appliqued seed pearls. The full, flowing skirt, ex- quisite in detail, fell from the natural waistline and swept into an attached chapel train. Highlighting the skirt was a lace overlay edged with hand clipped lace. Extending to the hemline and train were multiple rows of organza and scalloped lace ruf- fles. Encircling the entire hemline and train was a ruffle of hand clipped scalloped lace. She wore an ivory imported French silk illusion Mantilla made especially for her. Encircl- ing the veil was scalloped Chan- tilly lace that was used on her gown. She wore traditional bridal - satin slippers that were hand ap- pliqued on the toes with lace and pearls. Maid of Honor was her sister, Mary Louise Adams of Kings Mountain. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Debbie Bonasera Roach of Memphis, Tenn., Miss Diane Elizabeth Bonas of Decatur, Ga., Miss Margaret Elizabeth Wood of Nashville, Tenn., Mrs. Cheryl Barrett Butler of Kings Mountain and Miss Margaret Reilly McCloskey of Gastonia. James Perrin Tamblyn Jr. of Mobile, Ala., served as best man. Ushers were William Martin Parker of Saraland, Ala., Stephen Darrill Windham of Auburn, Ala., Brian Russell Bourne of Huntsville, Ala., Charles Hubert Adams Jr. of Kings Mountain, Albert Mat- thew Winn of Fort Valley, Ga., and Timothy Raymond Elliott of Auburn, Ala. Following a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, the newlyweds will reside at 320 West Glenn Apartment H, Auburn, Ala. BRIDE AND GROOM The bride is the daughter of Dr. Charles H. Adams of 310 Downing Street, Kings Moun- tain, and the late Alice Anne Adams. She is a 1977 graduate of Gaston Day School and at- tended Auburn University, where she was a member of Delta Gamma Social Sorority and was a Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity Little Sister. She is employed by Ware. Jewelers of Auburn, Ala. The groom 1s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Taylor Winn of Route 2, Adel, Ga. He is a 1977 graduate of Cook High School in Adel and attends Auburn University, where he is majoring in mechanical engineering and is a member of Phi Rho Delta Social Fraternity. ) Lugagements JENNIFER ROBIN FAGG (Bride-Elect of Kent Scott Kincaid) ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Franklin Fagg of Troy. N.C.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Robin, to Kent Scott Kincaid, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ronald Kincaid of Mt. Gilead. The bride-to-be is a graduate of West Montgomery High School and expects to receive a B.S.B.A. degree in Information Systems from Appalachian State University in May. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of West Montgomery High School and also expects to receive a B.S.B.A. degree in Information Systems and Management from Appalachian State University in May. Miss Fagg is the grand- daughter of Mrs. Alma B. Kemp and the late John M. Kemp of Asheboro and Mrs. Irene S. Fagg and the late Charlie F. Fagg of Randleman. Mr. Kincaid is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ira R. Kincaid of Bessemer City and Mr. and Mrs. S. Howard Ware of Kings Mountain. The wedding is planned for Sun., May 30 at 3 p.m. at First Wesleyan Methodist Church in Troy. Relatives and friends of the couple are invited to attend. KATHRYN LYNETTE POWELL (Bride-Elect of Tommy Pressley Bridges Jr.) ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Franklin Powell of Rich- mond, Va., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathryn Lynette, to Tommy Pressley Bridges Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Pressley Bridges Sr. of Kings Mountain. Miss Powell is a senior at Meredith College in Raleigh. The prospec- tive bridegroom is a graduate of N.C. State University in Raleigh and is on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ at Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg, Va. The wedding is planned for May 29 in Richmond, Va. ; Calendar Of Events Calendar of activities for the Kings Mountain Aging Program for the week of May 3 - May 7: . MONDAY : Health Fair Day. There will be a Health Fair concen- trating on Senior Citizens 60 or older. Screenings for hearing, glaucoma, anemia, T.B., diabetes, weight and blood pressure. Will be held at First Baptist Church from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. TUESDAY : Escort service from 9-4, Sewing class at 11:00, Nutri- tion Program from 11:30-12:30, Quilting class 12:30-2:30. WEDNESDAY: There will be an outdoor walk in the morning, Escort service is from 94, Nutrition program is from 11:30-12:30, and Band Practice from 12:30-2:30. THURSDAY : Escort Service from 94, Bingo at 11:00, Nutrition at 11:30, Crochet Class at 12:30. FRIDAY: Escort Service, Exercise Class at 10:30 for Senior Citizens, Nutrition Program at 11:30, Ceramics Class at 12:30, Catawba Valley Legal Service from 1:00-4:00. - Anyone wishing to join some classes, or acquire more information may call the Senior Center. A |

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