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Page 4B-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday. April 19, 1984
Blue Bird Of Happiness
‘Blue Bird of Happiness‘ was appropriately the program for last
Wednesday’s program of the Open Gate Garden Club at the home of
Mrs. C.J. Gault, Jr. on Goforth Street.
Crest High School student Kim Clary demonstrated birdhouses and
was program speaker. Miss Clary, who fashions and sells birdhouses,
was presented by Mrs. A. B. Hilton.
Nell Gault had prepared the arrangement on the theme,‘One of Our
Blessings‘ using bluebirds as an accessory and combining apple
blossoms and foliage, white Mount Hood jonquils and light and dark
fushia colored azaleas. The members gave her a high score for the ar-
rangement which was the focal point of decoration in the living room.
During the meeting, the members recalled the interest of four
deceased members in contributing arrangements and horticulture
specimens at club meetings and their contributions to the community.
Octavia(Mrs.Harold) Coggins loved to prepare floral arrangements of
all kinds. Lee(Mrs. Charlie) Cash was well known for her horticulture
specimens and her love for birds. ZellaMrs. Mack) Gantt was
remembered for her love of Japanese arranging as an accredited flower
show judge and Janie(Mrs. Arnold) Kincaid was remembered for her
green thumb in the growing of beautiful camellias.
The Open Gate Garden club is a member of the N. C. Federation of
Garden Clubs and meets specific standards to maintain their mem-
brship and in the judging of arrangements.The local club has par-
ticipated in the annual floral fair of the Kings Mountain Woman’s
clubs and members attend out-of-town shows and programs and looks
for professional people to address their club with helpful hints on
flower gardening and arranging. The members have contributed to
four state garden projects, including Elizabethan Gardens, Martha
Franck Fragrance Garden for the Blind, Daniel Boone Native
Gardens and Brunswick Town Nature Trail. In the past, the club has
sponsored a Junior Garden club and have sponsored local flower
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Eugene Hollifield of Fort Lawn,S.C. announce
the arrival of their daughter, Christen Lee, born April 6 at Piedmont
Medical Center in Rock Hill,S. C.
Grandparents are Mr.and Mrs. Boyce Wells of Kings Mountain and
Mr.and Mrs. Gene Hollifield of Shelby.
Great-grandparents are Ira Dixon and Sue Wells of Kings Moun-
tain, Mr.and Mrs. Everette Hollifield of Shelby and Mr.and Mrs. B. T.
Jones of Bostic.
Tammie and David Heffner of Kings Mountain have announced
the birth of their son, Stuart Wayne, April 8, Charlotte Presbyterian
Grandparents are Wayne and Linda Appling of Grover and Gary
and Shirley Heffner of Shelby.
Great-grandparents are Lillie Kirkendoll and Mattie Ponder of
NELL'S FLOWER ARRANGENT - Nell Gault displayed a “Blue
Bird of Happiness” arrangement for Wednesday's meeting of
Open Gate Garden Club at her home.
Women’s Executive Program At G-W
District Legion Auxiliary
Meeting Here April 29
Otis D. Green Unit 155,
American Legion Auxiliary, will
host the District 23 meeting of
the Auxiliary on Sunday, April
29, at 3 p.m. at the American
Featured speaker will be Mrs.
Francena Cole of Sanford, state
president of the Auxiliary.
Membership Chairman Anna J.
Bailey of Salisbury will also be a
speaker. District 23 President
Christenson of Kings
Mr. Langson is currently an assistant
District Attorney for Gaston County.
Active in community and civie affairs.
Currently on the Board of Directors of
Horizon House and on the Board of
Directors of Gaston Familics in Action.
Past Board Member for Gaston Com-
munity Action as well as the Group
Home for delinquent children. Active
participant in the annual Law Day pro-
gram presented for the Gaston County
Very concerned with issues involving
juveniles. Also works closely with vie-
tims of domestic violence.
Strongly supported by law enforcement of- [
ficers in Gaston County
Mr. Langson is the candidate with ex-
tensive court room experience.
Help make a change for the better. Vote
for Langson in the May 8 Democratic
BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. -
Charlotte Mayor Pro Tem
Minette Trosch and Dee Ray,
executive vice president of the
Raycom Sports Network, will be
the keynote speakers at’ the
“Women’s Executive Program,”
April 27 to 29, sponsored by
The three-day symposium is
offered through the college’s
Broyhill Academy, for women
.administrators and executives.
The program will begin at 7 p.m.
Friday, April 27 with a banquet
at the college’s O. Max Gardner
Fine Arts Center and will con-
clude Sunday morning, April 29.
Ms. Ray, who along with her
husband Rick Ray, established
the Charlotte-based Raycom
Sports Network, will speak at
the Friday evening banquet.
A native of Asheville, N.C.,
she spent a number of years as
an advertising executive before
entering the sports broadcasting
Tiffany Leanne Robinson
celebrated her first birthday on
March 25 with a Strawberry
Shortcake party at her home at
610 Meadowbrook Road.
She is the daughter of Robert
and Cindy Robinson and grand-
daughter of Mr.and Mrs. David
Robinson and Dianne Green, all
of Kings Mountain. Great-
grandparents are Helen Robin-
son of Bessemer City and
Pauline Hord of Gastonia.
On A Plaaes
: flowers 7
with Teleflora's new ats
Egg Platter Bouquet.
fill a white ceramic
egg platter 2
featuring hei Neil
hand- painted Sy 8
accents. To send SIN Ks
it anywhere in 2A 4 = HIN
the country, call LS + hp) ZV
or visit our shop.
Easter is Sunday, April 22.
Give the Egg Platter Bouquet
624 E. King St.
Kings Mountain, N.C. 28086
industry. Established in 1979,
the network currently broad-
casts Atlantic Coast Conference
basketball games and the televi-
sion programs, “Tarheel Foot-
ball Highlights” and “The ACC
Ms. Trosch, who currently. is
serving her fourth term on the
Charlotte City Council, will
speak at the Saturday evening
Ms. Trousch holds a master’s
degree in political science from
West Virginia University and
has been involved with
Charlotte city government since
1977 when she was elected
district representative to the
council. An advocate of
neighborhood concerns, Ms.
Trosch was among the original
representatives elected through
Charlotte’s system of district
The three-day program will
also include presentations by a
number of other area business
and academic leaders.
For more information about
the symposium or to register,
Christopher Scott Parrish
celebrated his first birthday
April 9th at a party at his home
at 512 W. Gold Street and at-
tended by relatives and friends.
Scott is the son of Clyde and
Hazel Parrish of Kings Moun-
Grandparents are Clyde and
Hazel Parrish of Kings Moun-
tain and Melvin and Connie
Berry of Bessemer City.
Hwy. 150E Cherryville, N.C.
Paid for by Langson for Judge Committee
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Mountain will conduct business
of the meeting. :
After the report of unit
presidents from Kings Moun-
tain, Shelby, Forest City, Spin-
dale and Rutherfordton, the
Shelby Unit 82 will serve
Long active in the Auxiliary
on the Unit and state levels, Mrs.
Cole is employed as a secretary
in the Regional Office of the
N.C. Division of Services for the
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