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Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kiser are at- ;
tending the Carolina-Notre Dame
game in New York Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cooper and
family were Sunday guests of Rev.l
and Mrs. E. C. Cooper in Chapel Hill,
Irict meeting of the letter carriers in
trict meeting of the teter carriers in
Greensboro last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Carpenter, Jr.,
attended Homecoming last Satur
day at Clemson College.
Joe Herndon entered the Presby
terian hospital in Charlotte on Tues- j
day for observation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis visited
her sister, Mrs. Ethel Adair, in Mar- !
tin, Ga., last week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Mauney left
Wednesday night for a vislt'in New'
Mrs. Charles Campbell has re
turned from a visit with her daugh- (
ter, Mrs. H. M. Willeford and MrJ
Willeford ih Radford, Va. She also ^
visited a son, Charles Campbell and >
Mrs. Campbell in Wilmington, Del.
Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Black and
family spent Sunday In Little Swit
zerland and Mars H1U, visting Miss
"Barbara 'Jean Matthews, a student
at Mars Hill.
Miss. Charlotte 'Jenkins, has re
sumed her studies at Catawba Col- I
lege after a visit with her parents, |
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jenkins.
Mrs. Jack Kennedy has returned |
from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Boone, in Radford, Va.
JAN AMENDMENT TO AN ORDI- 1
NANCE PASSED BY THE BOARD OF ;
COMMISSIONERS FOR THE CITY
OF KINGS MOUNTAIN ESTABUSH.
INC A MEMORIAL PLOT IN MOUN.
TAIN REST CEMETERY FOE THE
BURIAL OF 8ZBVICIMEN WHO
BRAVELY DIED IN THE SERVICE
OF THEIR COUNTRY DURING
WORLD WAR II
WHEREAS it has now developed
that more cemetery space was ded
icated to this purpose than was nec
essary for the burial of these brave
BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of
Commissioners of the City3jf-*ings.
Mountain In session in the City Hall
In the City of Kings Mountain the
9th of November, 1949:
That any veteran of the Spanish
American War or World War I or II
excepting a veteran of the colored
race, who shall have ibeen a, resi
dent of the City of. Kings Mountain
at the time of his induction into the
Armed Forces or who styall have
been a resident of King's Mountain
at least ten years preceding the time
of his death regardless of his place
of induction, into the Armed Forces
provided however that he shall have
received an honorable discharge
shall upon his death from any caiise
fcave the privilege of having his
last bodily remains laid at their fi
nal resting place in the Memorial
Plot of the Mountain Rest Cemetery
ih recognition of the service which
lie rendered to his country in its
hour of need.
J. E. HERNDON, Mayor
S. A. CROUSE, City Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. Tolly Shuford were |
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. D. Markham in Durham during]
Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Padgett left |
Friday for New York going especi
ally to attend the Carolina-Notre I
Dame game Saturday.
Mr! and Mrs. Zeb Plonk of At- 1
lanta visited his father, Mr. C.\ L. j
Plonk, over the weekend.
Mrs. Carlyle Isley of Burlington j
is spending the week with her fa
ther, Mr. C. L. Plonk.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cooper will at
tend a quarterly board meeting of,
the J. C.'a In Statesville over the:
Mrs. Charlie Mulwee and daugh
ter of Memphis, Tenn., are visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, T. Corn
well and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Nelsler with
their house guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Julian, left Wednesday lor New
York City. They will attend the Car
olina-Notre Dame game on Satur
day. ? *
Mrs. Claud Ware and Jack Ken
nedy were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Hughes also at
tending the Dedication of Dixon '
Miss Emelyn Gillespie, student at
the University, Chapel Hill, ; will
spend the weekend with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Booth Gillespie.
Miss Gillespie will have as her
guests M'.ises Carolyn Taylor, More
head, and Catherin Gregory, Spar
School belli arc again ringing and
thowMd* of children arc back la
classrooms all aver tkt country. And
many of these Utile boys and girls
are crossing the thresholds of learning
for the first tlm^. starting the great
adventure of beginning an education
In a free land. They can go all the .
way, and that means college, if they
learn to save. The School Savings Pro- |
gram teaches them to be thrifty an3 t
children who learn to nave wilt, cer
tainly be better cltlxens tomorrow. '
Ton parents? be sure there Is a School
Savings Program at your school and
be s?re too, that your children are
Investing In U. 8. School Savings
Stamps. v. S. 7'14luty 51
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