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Honor Roll Foi
Grade 8-A: Gordon BaraeU, Billy
Grade 80): Howard Bdttfla*. 84 okna
poller*. Knu'st Mauney*, Mllea
Mauney*. Manly Mo re head*, Max
PouK-.a, Herbert Humphrey*, Hoy
OraUe 80': Hatha. I McClain*. Juanita
M< Swain*. Betty Patrick*. IX)-'
tired. 9-A: George TI)umai?ol'
Agm-a Abeiiiathy *, Koine K ??! ?
Grace lialP. Vtrg.ula I'ordcfl*. Mel '
UL K??in i .. raye M <-.?*? , M iry juiit.
I'oll > .
tirade #'11: Lndd llaniiiok*, Violet |
Daughter*, Alice Betty Mauney ?.
(ira-le 10-11: Dick linker.
- Uiado 11: Ksker K.trp*. Jainco Hat
terree*. Kxcell Welch*," Allot-ij
Mack*. Betty Clonlnger*. . Miltlrt 1
Jtelly*, Vlltfnfet l.tjtan*,' l.ililmj
Mosft4, Kaye Pcnland*, Vera I'hlfer*
CENTRAL SCHOOL ? Elementary
Grade One: Marsha Ann Cox. Mingle
I?u Dickey, Charlotte JenklitP.
Pegtgry Ana Mauaey. l-ouise MOh.i.
- Jan Reynolds, Kugetle Allinan, Billy
dene Amos, Charles Blamcn, Hi'l
lllackwell. S. A. Collins. Robert
Oofortb. Plato Henidon, Jr. Joe Ne'.n
ler, 'Herman Maune.v, Hunter Warlitk.
Krvln Weill. IUchlard WWte
Dan Preswley. Carpi Biggicis, llowar I
Illaaton, -Eugene Barrett*. Denver
The following pafagrap
Drum's column, "Small
A popular .yoult
I he town has " ku
that successful bi
to be hard-boiled)
?' ' The young man
hlB wife and oMlt
recently from bis
the beach when h
V skirts of the city
childi trudging alo
the heat. Somethti
yanked at his he
lently that after
ten or twenty yar
car, backed up ev
ors and started a
few questions cot
ions that they wet
that they hatl no
place to go and h
. that day.
Ih spite the fact
had his pocket boo
gears. #o to sP'jai
I find a lone $5 btl
?i>*ner and gave i
explains his actio
he "just could not
I New I'll offer a
ui!. i' wn- ine rnwi
V ' j gave his heart tl
which acted like
f.lye dcllai3 trim
mail has three lii
being a parent m;
exactly what a eli
to a parent the w
It's n safe bet
mother and fathei
tion fro n that fii
, other money g.pei
VOTE FOR 1
The young man mention
Vick WYay. It has leake
that he has been guilty <
in times past, modestly
Knows No Differe
t '(This Ad Published and
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*frm* : i*p." i
Ul?d<ic*i*, Bagme Owen*. Charolo
Cook*. Irii , Falte*. Betty l<ou Henterfcju.
Feggy Joyce Jackaon*. Mary
ik 'li l.oK#n*. Ella .Nuo l.^ckrW***'.
VUry Ann Uttlejonu*. Billle Sue
McDc-nlel*. Ruth WVght*.
On'V Tv.-o: Helen HI anton. Myr
iIh CuAk, A Ida Ji-au ItaVM', Krmue,
john*. Lot* Prop*t* Betay Sluwe*
iNHy. Met! Inula*. Kavtnotnl Cox*,
Ollte Falls* Oren Fulton*. Henry
tic fort h*. lioMty Huff seller. He"neth
M?-t?alf*. Kctitifth Prultt*. Dan
Key6 Ids*. Flunk Summers*. Wales
Mctl 'in .-t.
tirade Three: I lobby Boyce*. Hnr
ry Ciato: * Betty' (lord, lA>uann
iler.idon*. Colt ho Martin,, Frances
Wllliu;ni?*. Maik-trot WUKanw*. Patty
\Vtfbb*, Catherine Ulan tort* Frail
c-i-3 Tatt, Irene Cuchurch*.
Crate Four: Frances Summers*,
Jean Hord*, Nancy Dickey*, Jean
Deese*. Betty Hayes*. William
Boyce*, James Herndon*. Earle
Myers', B. S. Peeler. Jr.* Opal
Prultt.*! Katie Ceim;i'*, Edna Ccok
Hazel Jones, Christopher Edena*.
Cradc Five: Everett Weaver
('Itailes Warllck. Slavon- KelleyV Mil
died Owens*, Helen Hetisley*. Bett1
Turner*. Nell Costlier*, Mary Ann
(Irou^ev Virginia SilmneriB,^, Heni\,
ihs appeared in Mrs. Renn
Talk," July 29, 1936:
K business man 6f
locked t he tbeor
nslness men liave
into the proverblnl
in question with
iren was returning
vacation spent at
e met on the outtwo
women and a
ngside the road in
ug about the sight
art-strings so viodriving
on some' ?
ds he stopped his
en with the walk'
i firmed his suspic
re persons in need.!
lilace to sleep, no'
ad nothing to eat
that the vacation
U stripped to the'
k. lte managed to'
I lurking In one (
t to the group. He
ms by saying that
help it." |
n explanation forj
1 in the group that
tat wrench, and
ii iua5?vv tu uia'T .
his' pocket. That|
tie 'Ju'ujhters ondj
I know just'
i!<l In distress does
that the young
r got more satiafoc
re (Hollar a than any
it on the vacation.
ed above happened to be
d out artion; his friends
>f many such good deeds
preferring his name not
and A Hard Worker,
nee in His Friends
Paid for by his Friends)
mu wj ^p*/
ujftfl \f Bji
. A Funds Avi
B KINGS MOUNTAIN HER ALT) TUTORS:
Newsier, DarM Nelll*. ttaf
' Grade Six: Coyt Payoeur*. GoMon Si
HarreU*, Margie Barrett*. OmU? i
Gladden*, Marceltae Sfcnar*. Harold La
Adams*. Glee Bridges*, Harold
Grade Seven: Janet Mabry*, " Mar
Ft rat Grade: Peggy Sue Bank
'head*. Mary Ixu Blalock*. Myr:!ej
j Hoy If. Barbara Jean Ware, - P**gy!
' WhVeker*. Barbara Jean Matthew*. I
' Hud Jackson. 'l"*
So,ond Grade: Jo Ann Blalock".'
r" -- i - ?*-" ' t,v
j Ntatglc Gordon*. Melba Itlcka*. Hulb 4
! Innler*. Iteulnh , Rhea*. Jean Webb* j
Buddy Medlln*. I .
Third Grade: Bobby I.edbetter*. |
Norman McCill*. Johnny Plonk',
BUI Ptr.ntfin*; Darv'.n CIJiilger, lie!- xi
! en Chili 'rs*. Maty Beth Hord,' Dorcas
Carpenter*; Uflor* Plonk.
Fourth Grade: Avle Male Warllck* i .
Laura Sue, Randall*. Margaret Cclc*
F.fth grade: Houston Black*. Hrs nit
Seventh Grade: Thehna St pes *. cr
George Laubnore*. * Edua Black*. h
EAST SCHOOL th
L'U.i J1 eu<<n rinrl.t McHnnlol Vn"
r 1151 VIIHUV! * */? lO M1WHMSWI, ?1WI
| man BoU'n, Evelyn Pearson, Boyce
| Huffste-tler. Bobbie J. Speatcer, Don
I thy Carpetv'.ef. Mary Raglandi, Le^
MeixTth. Donald Ford. Ruth Goin?
Ruth Shytle, Harry Fogter, Mildred
j Stcond Graife: Mary Medlln, -Ger pa
, aldlne Cobb, Amite Mao Robert.;. L.J
: David Owen, Stonewall Bennett, Rn.
thel Burton, Margaret Breakfield, to
Faye Rcsg. Buddie Dover, John SI
Black*, Ivery Roper*, Elmer Mae
IThlrdl Grade: Billy Ccbb*. Coleen al
Paygeur*. Ruth Clark*, Garnell Con
nor, Doris Cook. Mary Fraucea Payhe,
Margaret Roper. Clara Ann Ro*s
Jimmy Hudglne. Norman King,
Fourth Grade: Billy Carpenter,;^
Sixth Grade: Frances Carpente , at
Pauline Ford. Billy Kennedy, Mack , Muriy.
Seventh Grade: Sylvene Black: I
Ovetda Gctr.s. Dorothy Lynn, Mar-' r
gie Gibson. ? u'
'By George! .
(Observations in and about K. M. b<
The Mountaineers are still at It!
Last Thursday night they invaded Fi
Lenoir and ket 7-3, but Tuesday
they came back to defeat the Arch- fo
Enemy, sneiuy, l^a. uoiorin, mo ?
lanky pitcher - and outfielder, strut*- D
ed his stuff In both s?-rrt He pkrb- ni
ed the Lenoir r-r.t tl gi.o up. on- at
iy t"?o hits and eliftU out 15 ^ten. ol
He got one hit In the Lenoir game *
for feur tiips and 3 for 6 in the She!' m
bv game. Not bad. we say. \Vhe^- stine
surprised (or rather shocked)
it- all by getting 2 hits at Lenoir and '
| -" '"'tins; thiia performance against
Shelby. Base running seems to the '
... ...i tr t.tLbie. I^enoir gtole every
base but fir.;t last JPhwrsjilay night
ar (I tried that once, while the Moun
Iti'neers srole vefry few. Tuesd;ty'g
game was a hitting affair with the
Mountaineers getting 20 hits and a
Shelby 9. f
LUTHERAN CHURCH ?
L. Boyd Hamm. Pastor 11
Bible school 10:00, W. K. Mauney, 3|
General Superintendent. 11
I flotHuwj f/\r ovorv n pa nrAnprlv ^
Services fer the 4th Sunday after "
Bsc r er. p
Morning 11 TOO, sermon! When
Jesus Removes Limitations.
Evening 7:30, sermon: Considerh?g
Christ's Claim. ,~
fTihe Evening Service will be a
Public Life Service program conducted
by the Luther Leagues, the J
Pastor giving, a sermon on that sulrJect.
ffhe Men of the Church meet at
6:15. Plans that will call on every
man's cooperation will be discussed.
All men urged to be present.
Daily Vacation Bib'e Scnool will
I be.-1'n June 13th and run for two
' weeks. - ' V ;
I Bey Scouts. Troop 2, Monday evet
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DULY,'1CAT IS, IMS
Btb)? acbool 10:00 10:00, Jmi?i
Rw. B. W. Fox. Pastor
9:45 SutrJay ictiool B. 8. Peeler,
;,erln?endent. , <
11:00 Sermon by the pastor,
Wut doe* the Church mean to
1:00 The service will be featured
i tcbuj ici iaii viuhivii
R?v. V I>. Patrick. Pan tor
9:4a A. M. Sunday Srhool. C. F.
7:30 P. M. Evenlug 8ervlce.
M jnday 7:16 P. M. Boy Stouts,
oop One, Carl Davidson, Scou?j.
er, Harry 1'gge and Jack Grind.
Wednesday. Tbere will be no pray
meeting as we will worship with
e Macedonia Baptist church .In
Iter. W. M. Boyce, Pastor
Bible School at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning Worship gt 11:00. The
istor will npeak on "SHEPHERDESS
Evening Wirshlp at 8:00. The pair's
subject Is. "AN UNFINISHED
YPCU meets at 7:00 o'clock.
Mid-Week Service Wednesday, ev7:16.
First Baptist Church
Angus O. Sargeant, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:40. C. G. White,
There will be no Sunday morning
id evening serviced as the Pastor
awal attending the Southern Bap3t
Ocnventiiu in Rkhmond, Va.,
Tito Gleaners Class will nolo Its
tgular monthly meeting, Saturday
ani May niii, at te ftrnie of Mrs.
arl Tlate wMh Mts. M. C. Yarboro
rting as Joint hostess. > '
The age of the earth, In Its presii.
sclldCfied foitm, Is estimated to '
! 1,852,000,000 )?in.
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OR CLERK Of SUPERIOR COURT
I hereby announce my candidacy
r Clerk of Superior Court of Clevo*
nd County, subject to the actlsn of
emocratlc Primary June 4th. If
Nnfnated and elected, 1 pledge my*
slf to execute the duties of this
Bee to the best of my ability, and 1
111 appreciate any support given
LBV BLAND COUNTY.
In Superior Court
[ary Davis Robcrscn, Plaintiff,
/illlam Lester Robersou, Defendant
Notice Of Service Of Summons
The defendant, William Lester
oberson, will take notice that an
ction titled as above has been beun
In the Superior Court - of Cleve*
nd County, N- C? wherein the plain
ff seeks an absolute divorce upon
iatutory grounds; the defendant
111 take notice that he Is required
? appear at the Office cf the Clerk
f Superior Court of said county in
te Courthouse. Shelby. N. C.. within
9 days after the 23rd day of May,
938, and answer or demur to the
omplsint in said action, or the
laintiff will apply To the court for
le relief demanded In said comlaint.
This the 18th day of April, 1938.
A. M. Hamrick,
Clerk of Superior Court
Thursday and Friday
Patient In Room 18
Wild Horse Rodeo
The Three Musqukeerg
Monday and Tuesday
I Met My Love Again
V V v / V
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