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Gastonia Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Gastonia, North Carolina Monday september the Gastonia n. A Gazette social news arrivals or. And mrs. David f. Butler Charlotte announce the birth of a daughter on saturday sep tember 5, at Gaston memorial Hospital. Or. And mrs. Robert j. Cagle Gastonia r-2, announce the birth of a daughter on sunday september 6, at Gaston memorial Hospital. Or. And mrs. Charles Stone jr., Cramerton announce the birth of a son on sunday sep tember 6, at Gaston memorial Hospital. Al Fresco party saturday honouring miss Douglas Robinson and George Henry jr., whose marriage will be an event of october 10. Micah Smith and Herbert Smith jr., were hosts at an Al Fresco party on saturday evening. The occasion was held at the Smith River cottage near Clover s. C., and 20 guests Jade up the party. A delightful picnic supper was served around the Grill. Miss Robinson wore a smart frock of polished Cotton in a Paisley print. In addition to guests from Tonia miss Alice Ketner of con Cord was an out of town guest. Britain has 11 telephones five cais and 22 radios for each 100 people compared with 3 radios 1 Telephone and car for each 100 russians. Long distance Calls go through Fash when you Call by number give the operator the ont of town Telephone number you can. Then she does t have to Call information in the Distant City and your goes through faster. Southern i til Rhone and Mio Tadt company hostesses at Coke cutting following rehearsal on saturday ight for the marriage of miss Jonna Cloninger and Carl Pate jr., mesdames Ike Wilson and Harold Endricks were hostesses at a hand homely appointed cake cutting held Home of the Lormer on ast Franklin Avenue. Fink and White asters and chrysanthemums were used in the lev in room and in the dining room n All White Motif prevailed. The table was overlaid with a Madeira cloth and entered with he three tier wedding Caka frosted i White and ornamented with moulded wedding Belle. A delicate racer of Pale Green foliage a Intel the decorations on the cake and in front of it were Eperone ups filled with White Pompon chrysanthemums. White tapers in Iver candelabra completed the Ible appointments and on the Buffet was an antique Silver Tureen Olding White daisies Chrysanthe Nims and Gladioli. The punch table was also Laid the embroidered Linen and the owl was encircled with Galax eaves and clusters of mrs. Hendricks Cut the cake and unch was poured by mrs. Elva Mith. Refreshments in Dainty variety were served. Arris Clemmer ceremony held the marriage of miss Mary Jean the Clemmer and pvt. Joe Dean Arris both of this City was solemnized on sunday evening at o clock at the first Baptist Church of Clover s. The Rev. Howard Smith pastor if seventh Avenue Baptist Church Lere read the ritual which included he double ring service. Members of two families and the congregation on seventh Avenue Church attended the ceremony. Miss Bobbie Ann Yarborough was organist and miss Frances Loretta Smith Sang i love you by Bond and Seal us o holy spirit the Bride wore a suit in baby glue faille with Matching hat trim med with rhinestones. Her acres ories were White and she carried a Maple Orchid on a Bible Bourk n White. The Bride is the daughter of or and mrs. Jasper l. Clemmer Anc employed at Caldwell s drug store. The bridegroom s parents Are or and mrs. E. W. Farris. He is serving with the u. S. Army and h stationed at fort Jackson s. Mrs. Farris will be at Home with Ler parents while her husband is with the armed forces. Club women to broadcast in connection with the Observance of americanism week mrs. Fred Erick Mcarver president of the woman s club and mrs. L. L Wyss prominent club member Wil broadcast tuesday evening at o clock Over Wonc. Council meets tuesday Cheoah Council no. 45, degree o Pocahontas is meeting tuesday evening at o clock at the Long Hail in South Gastonia. Class supper tuesday night members of the woman s Bibl class of the first Baptist churc1 Are having a covered dish Suppo tuesday evening at o clock in the Church dining room. Most native american varieties of cockroach live in Fields or Woolf lands and do Little damage. Most of the cockroaches that a pests in America have immigrated from other countries. Fivi Demolay officers new officers of the Gastonia chapter order of Demolay Ere installed yesterday in the chapter room at masonic Temple. Officers installed by Richard Mccluney r., left to right were Ellis Bolick Junior councilor Bill beam senior councilor and Charlie Gray or. Enior Deacon. Others taking part in the ceremony were senior councilor Joe Huskins Junior councilor Sarland Atkins senior Deacon Harry Becker marshal Carroll Jackson and chaplain Harry Long or new officers of order of Demolay seated compare for value new officers of the Gastonia chapter order of Demolay were installed in an impressive Public ceremony sunday afternoon in the chapter room at the masonic tem Ile. With Richard Mccluney jr., 3ast state master councilor officiating. A number of parents other rela Ives and friends of the demo lays witnessed the ceremony. The newly installed officers Are honeymooning n Gastonia and mrs. T. E. Wesinger whose marriage took place wednesday in Newberry s. C., Are pending their honeymoon Here at he residence of or. A. Stroupe. Mrs. Wesinger is the former Betty Ane Lefler. The wedding took place at 5 o clock wednesday afternoon the first Baptist Church in Newberry. Or. Wesinger was formerly connected with Cramerton division of Burlington Mills. He is entering he armed service on sept. 17 and will be stationed at Mariana film. Frs. Wesinger will accompany him o Florida. Obituaries Wilson e. Kelly mount e. Kelly 76, lied sunday at 5 p. In a Charlotte Hospital after two years of failing health and one Day o critical illness. Or. Kelly was a native of Lin Coln county born in 1876, he was he son of the late Jack Andrew Selly and Jane Bradshaw Kelly. He was a lifelong resident of the Lowesville Section of Lincoln county or. Kelly was a Farmer until he retired several years ago. The funeral will be at 11 m. Tuesday at Hills Chapel methodist Church conducted by the Pas or. Rev. T. G. Highfill. The body ill lie in state 30 minutes before the service. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body is to be taken Home at 4 p. Today from mount Holly funeral Home. Or. Kelly leaves two Brothers Jim t. Of Stanley re and Jasper of Charlotte and three Sisters an Nie Kelly of Stanley re mrs. L. F. Barker of mount Holly re and mrs. Nellie Hagar of mount Holly. Master councilor Bill beam senior councilor Ellis Bolick Junior councilor Charlie Gray senior Deacon Carl Stewart Jun or Deacon Dan Rankin senior Steward Curtis Jackson Junior Steward Don Scott Baker Chap Ain Douglas Boyce marshal Nel son Rabb scribe treasurer Jerry Crosby Almoner Ashby Carper Standard bearer. Eddie Wilson Sentinel Sam Marshall orator Horace Turner preceptors first Bobby Gray second Charlea Lof tin third Van pair fourth Bui Todd fifth Rhea Spencer sixth Max Davis seventh Phil Carson. The traditional Flower talk was Given by George Moor Lead a Brief inspirational address was de levered by Robert p. Smith and special guests were introduced ones Freeman. The ceremony was closed with the nine o clock interpolation in addition to Richard Mccluney these demo lays assisted in the installation ceremony senior councilor Joe Huskins Junior councilor Garland Atkins senior Deacon Harry Becker mar shall Carroll Jackson chaplain Harry Long or. Memorial Hospital for needed features the new Remington just right for the Udall Buu Mitt or 10 in. Writing line professional of icel twi compact full featured Beauty handles your _ j hoi Miracle table correspondence and reports and Laver you Money too Check end Otner try these features budget terms s 1 1 i Iasi co. Office outfitters printers a main ave. Dial s-2356 Kings Mountain Man s brother s liberated admissions mrs. Boyte Lutz Dallas r-2, room 414. John Perry Home Bessemer City room 218. Mrs. Nellie bean Lincolnton r-4, room 411. Mrs. Helen Craig 326 South co Lumbia Street Koom 401. Mrs. Gloria Sizemore 2001 Flint Lane room 411. Mrs. Vivian human Cramerton room 413. Billy Hatley Coltsville room 235. Mrs. Bertha Cobb Lowell room 225. Mrs. Mary Frances Crosby Bel Mont room 416. Mrs. Thelma Brown 309 South Columbia Street room-229. Mrs. Kathleen Eastwood morning Side Park room mrs Louise Bell Bessemer City re room 222. Mrs. Emma Gibson 1302 Lin Wood room 222. Marvin Galloway Gastonia room 223. Mrs. Audrey Stone Cramerton room 413. Eugene Cathey Ranlo station room 226. Vionald e. Hood East Gastonia room 234. Zeb Pearson 816 West airline ave nue room 315. Mrs. Mary Cagle Gastonia r-2, room 410. Benjamin Mclaughlin. 366 West airline Avenue room 302. Shermon Helms infant mount Holly room 245. Mrs. Lena Wallace Stanley room 217. Mrs. J. W. Goins Lincolnton re room 403. War Bride goes Back to Japan Kings Mountain a larg lumber of Kings Mountain citizen recently collaborated in an act o Good Samaritan ism which will re ult in the repatriation of a King War Veteran s japanes Bride. Mrs. Kimiyo Taguchi. A Mold 3 Jid her eight months old daughter Eft Charlotte municipal Airport o August 26 on the first Jap of a Loi journey to mrs. Arnold s Natii and. They were to have sailed fro san Francisco calif., on Monda aboard the american preside lines is president Wilson. Among groups who helped to sen mrs Arnold to Japan were womb of the first Baptist Church Gra methodist Church first Presb. Tyrian Church and the woman club. In addition the Luthern Church its Mission service arrange passage and to make cd Ain that mrs. Arnold who Speal Only broken English was cared of during the wait Between her arrive and departure from san Francisc f. R. Summers Bank president a ranged air transportation an checked on travel visas for the Foi eign War Bride. Another woman who prefers t remain Anonymous supplied Livin quarters for the Mother and Daugh Ter for several Days prior to the departure. The above mention groups contributed funds for m Arnold s trip. The homesick Young Mother Ai her baby Are returning to her fam ily s Home at 5 part Shir Hamach Hakomaki Fukuoka Kyushu Japa mrs. W. P. Gibbons 119 West fifi Avenue room 208. Jack Hicks Ranlo station boo 214. George Wallace Clover s. Room 335. By Maude m. Ministers wives and Alkih Tyks the ministers wives and Daugh club of which mrs. Vistula urge is president will meet at Hie me of Rev. And mrs. Ira John n of Dallas at 6 p. On Wennis a september 9. All members Are ked to attend. Attends convention Rev. J. A. White pastor of High wines Baptist Church left for mini. Florida sunday evening where s will participate in the National a test convention inc., which will in session tuesday september through sunday 13. Rev. White hol president of lie Gastonia in Alliance w present hundreds of baptists rough out tills Section. Other elevates will Atso no tend and bring ack valuable information to Aid the tie program of religious Educ it Lon. Catawba Prysby Terv the 131st meeting of tile Catawba will be held at 1 third reel presbytery of which Rev m. Young jr., is pastor Host a ginning thursday afternoon sep a bar 10 at 4 p. M., and can Lnu a through Friday afternoon at p. . In addition to the usual business be general topic for discussion will e Church Welcome service by the Host Nurali will begin at following he opening meeting to begin at 30. The general Public is invited attend All Public sessions to be eld thursday evening. An inter sting program has been arranged Ith Rev. Moderator news. Brockman or. Joins S. Roy son company Thomas m. Brockman jr., textile spinning company later working for consultant of Gastonia has joined the S. Roy son company As Field representative. He formerly was local representative and vice presi Dent of the John Hetheringt in sons inc. B. S. Roy a Sou company manufacturers textile grinding machinery and has been in business since 1808. The company is preparing to open a Plant at the Corner of second Avenue and Inwood Street to make and repair card grinding machinery. Or Brockman has a background of Over 20 years a the textile machinery business. He attended Gastonia High school and Ruther Ford College then joined the Ragan Wilson accepts Davidson Post Davidson sept Jamin ii. Wilson of Chapel Hill has been named assistant professor of English at Davidson col lege president Jolin Cunning Ham announced today. Now Many Wear false Teeth with More Comfort fas Teeth. A pleasant alkaline Hod acid Post str Holda Hajje Teeth Bior Llanil k. R. Obey retiring delivering the Sermon Ming the to program and the presentation of Welcome by representatives from various groups t bh5 with Rev. Young pre iding. Reports will be made by commit on National missions Christian foreign missions Theo logical education evangelism unit d promotion and social education action during the business ses Lons. Highland it a Highland it a meeting will be iced tuesday september 8. All members and interested adults ate asked to attend. Adult school the Highland adult school will pen its first session monday sep Timber 1, at 6 p. A people s to would like to continue their education Are asked to be present o enrol for the year s work. Kindergarten school mrs. Marie Hall Jones is con ducting a kindergarten at Rose Hill Community each Day and wishes ,11 parents to bring their Young children to take advantage of this City wide program for child development. Society to meet the Church Aid society of weep ing Mary Church at Bowling Green s. C., will meet tonight at 8 o clock. The president David Adams asks All members to attend. Members of St. James Church of god at 209 West Davidson ave nue Are requested to meet wednes Day at 5 p. At the Church Lor clean up project. R. Hamilton Robert c. Hamilton of Bessemer City a i died saturday at a. In a local Hospital after a week s illness. He had lived Here for 15 years. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Lii lie Hamilton five daughters masses Carrie b., Hattie Ollie Johnsy and Linda Hamilton three sons James Haskell and Preston Hamilton and one grandchild. Will be held tuesday at p. At Wesley Chapel . Zion Church of which he was member. The Rev. John Crawford will officiate and burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body was to be taken to the Home Mon Day at 5 p. Costner 5 funeral Home has charge of arrangements. By. To and talk More com tort. Just Sprinkle a Little faster to on your Platea. No Gummy pasty taste or feeling checks Plau odor denture breath get faster to it any drug store. Textiles inc., Sellers mfg. Company was in business for himself a Short Ime and then joined John Hether Egton sons inc. Two years ago he was elected ice president of the Hetherington oni Pany. Or. Brockman will represent the Mulhern states for S. Roy son company whose Home office is in Worcester mass. The company Nakes card Grinders to Cotton Woolen worsted and Asbestos cards reverse Grinders for card Sanfo Rizer and calender cylinders and Napper i renders portable lathe Beds and mechanisms. Or. Brockman is married to the ormer mis Kitty howls of Lowell and they reside on Armstrong Park Road. He is the son of mrs. Zoe Kincaid Brockman editor of the woman s Page of the. Gazette. He is a Navy Veteran of world War ii. T termites know a no season a a Norm 4-2629 cancer Center open the cancer Center located at 267 West main Avenue will be open on tuesday afternoon from 2 p. Until 4 p. M., and on Friday from 10 a. Until 12 noon. People Over the age of 35 Are urged to come in and make an appointment for an examination. Kings Mountain Henry Russell Franklin half brother f t. A. Bud Mcdaniel of Kings Mountain was among the group of War prisoners released monday by he chinese communists according o information received Here. Mrs. Franklin of Boston mass., who lived Here several months using world War ii telephoned rom Boston Early tuesday morn no after hearing the name of her disband listed in news broadcasts. Though she had not yet been for Mally notified by the army she Aid his name rating division and next of Fin listing left no doubt concerning the identity of her Hus and. Sergeant Franklin had been a i sonar for almost three years Laving been captured by the North koreans in october 1950. He was serving with the eighth army St cavalry division. A Veteran of world War ii including 18 months combat duty sergeant Franklin entered service in the late 1930s and except for one year after world War ii. Had been on Active duty with the army. New salvation army leaders assume duties _ capt. And mrs. Fred salvation army College in at officer in charge when they were Ooth native tar heels have As Lanta. Ga., where he was com married. Sued command of the salvation army s activities in Gaston county. They arrived last week replacing capt. And mrs. Graham Mills who were transferred to Hickory. The to Yetts were transferred from Oklahoma City okla. They had been in Oklahoma City two years. Both Captain Boyette and his wife Are Veteran commissioned officers in the army. He is in his 16th year with commissioned rank and she has been an officer 25 years. Captain is a native of Goldsboro and his wife was born in Winston Salem. Captain Boyette attended the Goldsboro schools later going to together in Greenville she As the missioner an officer upon graduation. He served posts at Moores Villa Shelby Kinston new Bern and Greenville s. C., before his assignment to Oklahoma City. Mrs. Boyette also attended the College in Atlanta and was As signed to the Atlanta station As an assistant to the commanding officer upon her graduation. Later she was stationed at Savannah ga., san Ford fla., Wilmington Ami Hickory As assistant in charge. Then she was officer in charge at Gaffney s. C., and Greenville s. That s when t met said mrs. Boyette pointing a Finger at her husband. They were working tried mrs. Boyette had to Lake a reduction in rank since the army s regulations provide that a Man wife team must hold the same rank. Since that Lime the boy cites have been promoted. They both have the rank of senior Captain. Captain and mrs. Boyette say they Hope to make Many improve ments in the salvation army s pro Gram in Gaston county. They have the responsibility of running the army s religious recreation and Wel fare programs. They Are residing at 310 West seventh Avenue in a House owned by the salvation army. They have no children. More about flyer on Krona so impossible that they were fun he said the communists started work on him almost immediately alter his capture. He first was taken to a Cave and questioned there with one red Soldier standing Over him with a Bayonet. O Neal said they were damned anxious to get something to prove what they were trying to they seemed desperate for any in formation which might help them to bolster their charges. And they seemed to mean business when they threatened me with he said he made wire recordings radio broadcasts Wilce. Once for four hours and the second time for about one hour. An easy Way to Roll cookie dough or pie pastry is Between two sheets of waxed paper. This Vay you won t have to Wash either your rolling pin or your Board 1 cover now linoleum floor tile Wall tile counter coverings painting and wallpapering carpets and rugs free estimates installed by factory trained mechanics Modlin bros., inc. Lincolnton n. Dial re 5 5209 or re 5-2022 serving the Public for 35 years we re ready for anything we Hoven t laundered a Dag but we handle everything else clothes blankets rugs quilts. You leave pm. We Wash pm starch pm dry pm. You pick pm up later. Damp Wash.10 ibs. 50c dry fold 10 ibs. 80c kit Carson s Washe Reffe 1614 w. Franklin dial 5-3642 intelligent beings. These earthlings they be even got Gulf solar heat Fox Cool fuel Oil co. Solar heat heating Oil phone 7291 613 Efird s we will be open All Day tuesday for your shopping convenience with specials throughout the store shop Efird s and save Captain and mrs. Fred Boyette

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