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Page 4A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday. December 22, 1983
COTILLION CLUB PARTY - Members of the
Cotillion Club held a Christmas dinner-dance
at the Country Club Friday night. From left to
Heads Rotary |
Greg Burskovich was elected
President-Elect of the Kings
Mountain Rotary at the club’s
Thursday luncheon meeting at
Other new officers are Dr.
Terry Sellers, vice president; Bob
Webster, secretary; Ronnie
Franks, treasurer; and Andrew
Milewski, Doug Stover, ‘Wade
Tyner and Walt Cook, directors,
and Steve Huffsticklerysergeant-
Jerry Eskridge presented the
report of the nominating com-
President Carl DeVane presid-
ed over business of the meeting.
Mr. Burskovich will serve as
president for 1985-86.
PHOTOS BY DARRELL AUSTIN
right, Laura and George Houser and Barbara
and George H. Mauney, two of the host ’
Book Club Meeting
Held With Mrs. Trott
The Thursday Afternoon
Book Club met last Thursday for
a covered dish luncheon at the
home of Mrs. Tom Trott on E.
The attractive Trott home was
very inviting with the use of
many candles, holly, red berries
After a buffet was enjoyed by
17 members, a business session
was led by the president, Mrs.
Claude Hambright at which time
names of new books for the com-
ing year were presented. It was
announced that $54.00 had been
contributed to the Ministerial
Association Helping Hand by
the members of the club.
Mrs. Trott presented the
Christmas reading, “Flower of
Christmas Eve, A Yuletide
Legend”, as the program and the
members sang “Silent Night, Ho-
ly Night” as a Christmas
CARD OF THANKS
The Abe Martin family of the
Dixon Community wishes to ex-
tend its gratitude to each in-
dividual and the many churches
who so graciously gave their
time and food in the loss of E.C.
Cotillion Club members dined
and danced in a holiday setting
Friday night at Kings Mountain
Laura and George Houser,
Carl and Newby Finger, George
H. and Barbara Mauney. Joe
and Frankie Hedden and Marian
and George Thomason were
The clubrooms were
decorated mn traditional red and
green with an old-fashioned tree
trimmed with red apples and red
ribbon as the highlight of decora-
tion. Tables were arranged with
ereen and red cloths centered
with red pomsettias and holly.
The Dudes "of © Dixie, a
Charlotte combo, provided
music for dancing.
Fourteen members of the
Open Gate Garden Club met
Wednesday at Hank’s Steak
House for the December
Upon arrival, members were
served a dessert plate with cof-
Mrs. Raymond Talbert, who
has been associated with Allen’s
Flower Shop for a number of
years, led a workshop as the pro-
gram for the meeting. She also
displayed arrangements on the
topic, “Sweet and Lovely”.
Members brought arrangements
done in containers featuring
magnolia leaves and holly which
were judged as a highlight of the
Mrs. M.C. Amos presented
“Timely Tips” and Mrs. Jim
Dickey presided over the
PHOTO BY LIB STEWART
WHITE PLAINS SHRINE QUEEN - Anne Hord, daughter of Mrs.
D.F. Hord and the late Dr. Hord, was crowned 1984 Shrine Club
Queen by Jarren Jeffries, Illustrious Potentate of the Oasis
Shrine Temple of Charlotte. during the annual ladies night
banquet Thursday night of White Plains Shrine Club.
PHOTO BY LIB STEWART
PLAQUE TO RETIRING PRESIDENT - Tommy Tindall. the new-
ly installed president of White Plains Shrine Club, presents an
appreciation plaque to the outgoing president, Paul Falls.
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