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 - Paragon Dance An Outstanding Social Event By...
Paragon Dance An Outstanding Social Event By BOB Last evening's second annual. Paragon CluH> Dance was attended iby approximately 150 budding young debutantes and their escorts. The Morningside Orchestra including 14 pieces and one vocalist, supplied the rfhythms for the dancing pleasure of those present. There were in attendance several young men from the armed forces, Senior Captain N. E. Brown, of the Royal Air Force: Sgt. Dalma Je&sup, of the U. S. Air Corps, Oklahoma City; Bud Graves, J. P. Johnson and Scarr Morrison. Out-of-town guests included Benny Sprunt and Mary Stevens, of Winston-Salem; Frances Lyerly, of Salisbury; "Tootle" Lael, and ElizaJbeth Lael, of Glenn Alpine; John Mickey, of Mount Airy; "Pat" Mullen, Winnie Jordon and Hoyt Cunningham, of Gastonia; Neil Martin, Joe Arndt, Lammy Pace, Peggy Sue Taylor, Forrest Shanpe, all of Newton and Conover. Chaperones were Mrs. Ralph Holmes, Mrs. Fred Dea*ton, Mrs. J. W. Jones, Mrs. J. Seville, Mrs. H. P. Grier, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. parks, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Simmons, 'Mrs. Scarr Morrison and rison. Mrs. Gene Mor-

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  1. Statesville Daily Record,
  2. 08 May 1943, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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