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Gastonia Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Gastonia, North Carolina The Gastonia n. A Gazotti monday september col. Gaston Jas. W. People and events in Gaston 54 years too from the Gazette of september 4, 1903 the Loray Cotton Mill has established an enviable reputation for its goods in tic chinese Empire As is attested by this targe number o shipments of its pro ducts to that country. Hie com Pany is now shipping to Shanghai China via san Francisco Bales of its Standard sheeting he largest single shipment yet made by a local Mill to r foreign country. This rom tires for transportation 26 cars and represents a value of 000, John f. Love returned yesterday from Asheville where he had gone to place his son Grice in Gingham school. During his stay in arc he grisly enjoyed a drive Over the Vanderbilt estate. H. W. Shannon left yesterday for Davidson College where he is n member of the senior class. Mrs. A d. A Hackleford of ing her guests by her Sisters mrs m. H. Curry mid mrs. P. R. Falls. Charleston 8. C., arrived wednes Day to spend some time with the family of her brother d. R. Lat a. Mrs. Rosa Holt Prichard who has charge of the Prunar rdc Perl ment in Central Grade school arrived tuesday from her Home at filth fled and is the guest for a jew Days of mrs. I. Gresham at the Falls House. E. Hope Falls left yesterday for Carrollton ga., where he goes to install some Dobby looms in the Mandeville Cotton Mill of which j. Lander Gray is superintendent. Miss Wanda Froneberger and miss Rose Abernathy left yesterday for it. Where they will be the several Days of mrs. R. F. Rankin j. K. Dixon jr., will leave Day for Chapel Hill to enter the state University where he will Pur sue the regular literary course. The autumn no season was ushered in tuesday afternoon from to o clock with an elegant recep Tion riven by miss Bess Holland at her Home on York Street. More than 60 guests were present. The fair Young hostess was graciously assisted in receiving mid Welcom Titis that the other sunday s showers beg inning shortly before 11 a. In. Anal con in lung until Well past 1 p. Brought Relief in the Way of cooler weather and gave the Earth a Good Start with. Other showers dime in the aft Dunoon and there was Remc pros act that they would continue through the night. A lot or rain will be required to get the ground in Gootis condition following a Long hot or spell in july and August. It s time Lor the Farmers to begin preparing their soil for the Winter brain crops hut More rain is going to be needed before they can do that. A Hundred of Gastonia s Public school teachers wont Down to York on tie Kulnys Mountain recreational Park area Friday after noon and remained until Sunn. Afternoon there close to nature they rested relaxed and Sci Iowa their strength for the work that lie. Bethel news Bethel s. Rev. And mrs. David h. Coblentz and family Are expected Home from a month s vacation monday. Preaching will be As usual next sunday at both Bethel presbyterian Church and Chapel. . And mrs. Sam Clinton and Kathryn Clinton spent wednesday and thursday at natural Bridge a. Ahead of them. Schlon pastor in comes Back after the weather Man skilfully used Arlist s Brush today and paint a perfect picture on Day. Be sky was Blue and Clear. Tem natures were mild. Tie Sun dried e moisture out of the air alter Ste Day s Welcome Rains. The weather station at the fire Parment measured 1.05 inches of in yesterday. Rain a fallen the St three Days the total amount is to 1.25 inches. The highest tem nature recorded in three Days was Atlantic City n. J., sept 7. In fifty two Young women Eady to vie with each other in oks and talents gather Here to a for the annual miss America Trauty pageant. Tie pretty competitors will get Aston a it Ink above Are six men of the newly organized Marine squad from Gaston county. Alter completion of the 12-Man squad the men will leave for in urls Island s. C acre they will remain together throughout their Basic training front Row left to right Keith Green. A ivies Weathers Jerry Truelove. Second Row sgt. Roy impish local Marine Recruiter Richard Palmer James Donaldson i jul Mcdain Tel. Photo by Ennis Atkins photography or. Wilson o. main Street or. And mrs. John f. Camp John by and Jimmy Camp of Columbia were guests this week of mrs. Fran Cis Meek and or. And Urt Bryce Meek. . Mrs. Ouy Dunn and Chil Dren have moved from their apart ment at the residence of. Miss Vir Ginia Campbell to Independence to. They will make their Home with mrs Dunn s brother Henry or. Dunn has taken a position with steel Plant there. . And mrs Leaman Benson and infant daughter Deanna Are occupying the apartment recently made vacant by the dunns. They formerly lived at the Home of mrs. R. E. L. Ferguson., 1 guests tuesday of miss Lavene Dulin were or. And mrs. Frank t. Richardson Rebecca and Carolyn Richardson of Monroe and miss Sarah Patrick of Gastonia. Dinner guests wednesday of miss Dulin were or. And mrs. Edgar Hellig mesdames Smith Randall. Huff Phillips and Keziah All of Charlotte. Later in the evening col ored slides made last month while miss Dulin and s party of in tends toured the West for a month were shown. Mrs. Hamilton Barnett was Honor de by family party it the Resi Dence in York of her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Voyght Hipp saturday. The occasion was her birthday. . And mrs. Sam Winget Allen and Macc Winget of Charlotte were luncheon guests sunday of or. And mrs. Tom Barnett and family. . Tilden Scherer former pastor of Bethel presbyterian Church and Row pastor of Bullock Creek Church was guest speaker at Bethel Chapel sunday afternoon. Many from Beth Al attended. First Lieut. Stuart son of or. And mrs. Scherr who was stationed at an air base near Tokyo Japan and his Fiance. Miss Betty Lautner of Kansas City mo., were to arrive at the Scherer Home Friday. A representative group from Beth Al attended the sing held sunday night at first Baptist Church in Clover. Methodist Church . Harry m. , pastor of the first Church went Down and gave them food for religious thought and meditation. An occasion Lite this 1 have an idea is a most Welcome treat for our pub Lic school teachers some of whom by actual count have to contend with 45 pupils in their respective rooms a lot of Aston people look advantage of the Long labor Day weekend to go for a final fling at vacationing. Some to the mountains some to the seashore a lot of others wanted to go but reflect ing on the overcrowded condition of the highways stayed at Home. Last presentation for the 1953 Eason of the Colony Down at Manteo on Roanoke Island was Given sunday night to an overflow audience. During the season More than people Puld to Sec the performance of this historic drama. And several thousand Virginia and North Carolina school children saw the show without Cost As guests of the Roanoke Island historical association sponsor of Paul Green s noted drama. This concluded its 13th season in the course of which hundreds of thousands of Ameri cans have seen the Piny and have thereby gotten a clearer Conception of the life and hardships of the first English Millers to come to these shores than they could Ever have gotten from the Mere read ing of history. We Haven t seen the figures yet on inc other three Listor Lenl dramas in the slate but understand they have All had Good attendance this season. Eight men of Gaston squad Are recruited by marines set. Roy Laposh Marino corps Recruiter in Gastonia Nonoi incl Loday men of tie Gaslin Marine squat have been recruited. He added that there Are four More openings Lobo filled to Complete this particular a Iliad after come Hon of the 12-Man squad the men will be shipped next tuesday a parrs Island. S. O., where they will remain together throughout their id weeks of Baste training. After Basic training the squad will receive a 10-Day fur Lough. There h a Good Chance thai Mast of Thyri remain together throughout their full enlistment period. There will be another squad loaned in Gaston county to in pc september 16 for parrs Island s. Cherryville news daily pattern one of the most popular styles you la Sec this new season is the Debonair we skit. Teamed Here with a simple slim skirt it is tailored As carefully As a Man s Vest. Cherryville Charr Yllic City schools opened wednesday with students enrolled. The enrolment was expected to increase upon the return of Stu dents from Miami pla., where a number went to Sec inc legion Junior team play. Present enrol ment in High school 429 elementary no. 1 513 elementary no. 1, 364 and John Chavis 284 the first meeting of the Cherry Al Lac unit of the North Carolina education association was held tuesday morning in the school Library. Superintendent f. L. Sun extended greetings to the teachers and introduced the new members of the faculty miss Mary Kent and Norman g Warlock commercial teachers Hurge l. Benin jr., seventh Grade miss Bililc Unm first Grade miss Ruth Adkinson fifth Grade and mrs. Walter r. Kelly the Rev. Walter k. Kelly pastor of the first methodist Church conducted devotions. A. D. Nixon Gastesi county tru ant officer who serves 20.000 Stu dents and 600 teachers discussed problems of truancy. It was announced that Cherry mrs. Waller r. Kelly. During a social hour entertain ment was directed by misses Nancy Harris and Hilda Quinn. Students from St. John s Luth Erin Church who Are leaving for College Are Howard Crane Salis Bury Sara Froneberger Wayne Allran Elizabeth Ann Houser and both sides smooth Essy to clean anodized aluminium Interior. Shelves in stores eggs soft Dri Tita Small packages and Ottar hard to find food. 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