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program afford agent! farm 10 per in 1950. the will also will be higher, higher to ob- and be adequate, higher in get. Sup- be short The of 1951 and produced yield of 1950. higher, purchasing be Improved years." of War Shop: tup- very go*d up from dollars on up some.' of Efird't good, bu doc. of selling With th last year business, but government curbs and restrictions'will hold back production production and salM about 50 per cent before before the year Is over. Used cars obably will Mil faster toward the d of the year. New cars will be uch harder to get." .nnouncement 1:30 p. in. Theta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet with Mrs. D U Friday Jr., 1029 Holland avenue Of Wedding Mr. an family. attend spent th Mr. an Joseph Earl Turner, before her mar- Greensboro. The marriage of Miss Sarah Elizath Elizath Stewart and Hall Edison atmey was solemnized In a double ng ceremony on Saturday. Decem- r 23, in the ladies' parlor of East Saptlst Church. The Rev. T. L. ashwell performed the ceremony in « presence of members ol the two mllles. Background for the rites was an rch of lighted tapers flanked, by s and floor baskets filled with hite snapdragons and carnations. prayer bench covered in while -atln completed, the arrangements. Itar candles were lighted by the ride's brother, Ray Stewart. Mrs. Lowell Jennings, a cousin of tit bride, gave a program of 1 music. The couple entered the ceremony oom unattended. The bride wore a ill Ann original In winter white ith matching hat trimmed with equins and pearls and dropped wilh eiling. Her accessories were in navy nd she carried a small white Bible opped with a white orchid and howered with white ribbons and alley lilies. The bride's mother wore a plum uit with pink accessories and a houlder bouquet of pink carnations, he bridegroom's mother chose i jrown suit and wore yellow roses at her shoulder. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. nd Mrs, R. R. Stewart and a 1950 ..raduate ot the local high school. She is connected with her mother n the operation of Esther's Florists n East Gastonia. Mr. Mauney's parents are Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mauney, and also re- 3:30 p. m. The Quest Book Club will meet willi Mrs. Louie M. Ultl- more at her home on South York street, 8 p. m. Miss Klssell Suggs is entertaining entertaining nt bridge at her Iwine on South street in compliment to Miss Patsy Moser, bride-elect. Friday 12 M. The Woman's Club will have its regular luncheon meeting at the clui house on West Second aver.je. Miss Moser Complimented Miss Josephine Eden entertained at a coffee this morning at her liome on the Davis Park road. Compliment Compliment was paid at this time to Miss Patsy Moser, bride-elect. Cut (lowers were used as room recorat.ons. ami refreshments in dainty variety were served with col- fee. Gifts were presented lo Miss Moser, and to Mrs. Plato Pearson Jr., who was cclebratiiiK her second wedding anniversary. * * * Leila Eden Has Birthday Party Miss Lells Eden celebrated her \lnlh birthday anniversary with a Jart.v lield Ibis afternoon at the wme on the Davis Park road. Games were played and refreshments refreshments served. The birthday cake lelti nine vari-colored candles. Twenty-live children made up the party. -iage on Saturday, was Miss Betty Blanche RMS of Bessemer City. Turner - Ross Nluptials Held BESSEMER CITY—Miss Belly Jlanche Ross, daughter of Nfr. and Mrs. John Octom Ross of Bessemer City, anil Joseph Earl Turner of Tcachey nntl Clxulollc, son ol Jo- O!lo 'IMrner of Tcacliey nnrt Mrs. Mary Whltson of Jacksonville, Fla., were wed on Saturday afternoon afternoon at 4 o'clock at G.-urlson Me- morinl Asfocifllc Reformed Presbyterian Presbyterian Church here. Vows nere licanl by Dr. J. W. Carson, Carson, pastor of the bride, before an altar banked with pabns, grrencry, white gladioli. Linn chrysanthemums, flanked by .>even-branched candelabra. candelabra. Mrs. N. Fuller McGIll of Kings Mountain .organist nnd aunt of the bride, presented a program of music prior lo the wedding. Hor selcclions were "Catbcilrnl Echoes" by Wely; "Traumercl." by Schumann; "Clnir de Lutic." by Debussy: "Ave Maria" by Schubert: "My 'neait at Try Sweet Voice" from Saint-Saens.and «resun K MacDoKCll's -To A Wild Rose." "O ro " Perfect Love" wns played during Ihe ceremony, piul traditional marches were used. Tire bride, glvcc: in marriage by her brother. John Ortorn Ross Jr., ivore a suit cf navy blue ivool with rose-pink Imported lace blouse, pink hat, flnii rmvy accessories. Her bouquet was ot ruse-pink snapdra- ;ons centered with n purple orchid, which \vns later worn ns n shoulder jouquet lor going awny. Miss Mary Kllcn Row was her sister's maid of honor. Slic wore a navy wool su\t nr.d carried a bou- rnict of pink snapdragons Interspersed Interspersed with liny pink llowcrs and lied with pink ribbon. Miss vllle spent £iumalene Jarkson Sunday tvhrrc they western na.ry. Mr. and and son. spent the ami Mrs. on South hojjie Ihl* Miss eriue ir.y Sanders. Mr. and Friday for arc game dents at The spotlighted tcresting POJI being noon at Mrs. H. Ihe tuent, has Speaker tlvc Gastonia. The cs of will be Another South the A full urgently