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People and Places

J. C. Price
Approximately 100 youth and children attended the annual J.C. Price Post 107 American Legion Christmas Party on Dec. 21, according to Commander Mae Carroll.
Children and parents were entertained by Ron Johnson, ventriloquist, and sang Christmas carols.
Music was provided by Comrade Wade Murphy.
Children and youth danced and prizes were awarded.
Refreshments included hot dogs, potato chips and drinks. Each child was given a bag with candy, nuts and fruit.
One hundred of the bags were also donated to Rowan Helping Ministries to help bring Christmas to the homeless.
Santa Claus (Frank Chunn) gave out gifts and entertained the audience with his routine.
Legionnaires attending included Robert Chunn, chairman, John Knox, Roy Leazer, Daniel Haddock, John Frank White, Wade Murphy, Willie Granford, Ronald Francis, Maurice Dunlap, Charlie Rankin and auxiliary member Mary Leazer.
Silver Queen Strollers
The Silver Queen Strollers of the Red Hat Society of Miller Center enjoyed lunch Nov. 27 at Fat Boys in Mooresville, celebrating the birthdays of Carrie Boler and Marion Logan.
On Nov. 29, the club decorated a Red Hat tree for the ARC Festival of Trees. The tree can be seen at Bethamy Center in Spencer.
Club members were special guests at Rufty-Holmes for the Noble Kelsey Funeral Home Christmas dinner on Dec. 16.
They met for lunch at Omega Diner on Dec. 18 to celebrate birthdays of Phyllis Thumside and Ada Hargraves.
Evelyn Clayborn is queen mother.
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