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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
P, D. Patrick, Minister '
9:-|S a. m. Sunday school.
?lfarry Page, Supt.
11:00 a m. Morning worship. .
Sermon: "The New Year."
3:00 p. m. Dixon Sunday school
J C?. l>arracatt, Supt.
6:30 p. m. Presbyterian Youth
7:30 p. m. Student night. The col
lege students have charge of the ev
ening worship. A splendid program
has been planned:
Circle 5 with Mrs. P. D. Patrick at
7:00 p. m. Bay Scouts, Troop I,
3:30 p. m. Brownie Scouts.
6:30 p. m. Girl Scouts, Troop 12.
7:30 p. m. Choir pre. Mice,
3:30 p. m. Junior choir.
Second Street. Cora Mill
Kings Mountain, N. C.
Rev. H. Spurgeon Scruggs, Pastor
J. J. Sisk, Supt.
Morning worship 11 ?. m.
Young People's Society 6:30 p. m
Evangelistic 7:30 p. fr.
Thursday prayer meeting 7:20 p
Radio program Sundays
WOHS. Sheihy, 3:30 p. m.
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH
T. W. Fogleman, Pastor
j Morning service 11 a. m.
Sunday school each Sunday a<
10 a. m.
Lamar Herndon, Supt.
TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCE
Corner of Fulton fnd Cansler Sts
W; F. Monro?. Pastor
10:00 & m. Sunday school.
11:00 a. m. Preaching service.
6:00 p. m. Training Union.
7 00 p. m. Evening worship.
Wednesday night prayer service s
T OO p. m.
Evangelistic ser el re *ach Sunday
Phones 167 or 283
Vic Vet jay|
cchihth primitive baptist
W. Gold St nea-r Bridges Airport
Elder A. N Green, Pas:?ar
2:00 p. m. Preaching sen-ice.
(Every 1st, 2nd, 4th Sundays).
FIRST CHURCH OF THE
Harry E. CTump, Pastor
Saturday 7:00 p. m. prayer meet*
Sunday school 9:45 a. rr>.
Supt. Gordoh Whiteside*.
Morning worship 11 a. to.
. Young Peoples Service 6 p. m.
President: Mrs. Lila Croft. .
Evening worship 7 p. m.
Wednesday 7 p. m. prayer meet
MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. C. B. Bobbin, Pastor
9:45 Sunday school.
Tom Smith, Supt.
11:00 Morning Worsnip.
6:00 B. T. U. Mrs. Felmet Lynn,
7:00 Evening worship.
7:00 Troop 7, Boy Scout*. Charle*
Alexander. Scoutmaster. . .
7:00 Prayer and Bible study.
CHURCH OF OOD
Corner Parker -Gaston
, Rev. Frank Petrucelli, Pastor
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Night service 7 p. m. '
Saturdav night YPE 7 p. m
Rev. Y. H. Carter, Pas-.or
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Wednesday: 7:00 p. m. Prayei
7:00 p. m. Evening worship,
CORINTH PRIMITIVE BAPTIST \
W. Cold St. near Bridges Airport
Elder E, H. Simpson, Pastor
Firm Sundays 2 p. m.
Third Sundays 11 a. m.
MOUNTAIN VIEW BAPTIST
Rev. Floyd Holler, Pastor
10:00 Sunday school, Paul Can.p,
11:00 Morning service.
7:30 Kvemng service.
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PARK GRACE CHURCH OP THE
Rev. Clay Childers, Pastor
Sunday school 10:00.
5upt.: Raymond Gregory.
Morning worship 11:00.
Young People's service 6:30.
Herman Ruff, president.
Evangelistic service 7:30.
Mid-week prayer service Wednes
day evening at 7:30.
DETROIT. Dec. 27. ? A riew .series
of Chevrolet passenger cars will -be
unveiled, Saturday. January 7.
W. E. Fish, general sales manager,
made the announcement today as
.fame 7,000 Chevrolet dealers across
the country began preparations for
elaborate showroom presentations.
The 1950 car will make its appear
ance following Chevrolet's most suc
cessful year. Fish said retail passen
ger car sales in 1949 would top 1,
000,000 units while truck sales of
330,000 would set a new all-time ;
record for the industry.
Mrs. John Petty's Sister
Mrs. D. W. Carlan. 65, of Shelby,
died Wednesday morning at 2:10
o'clock foj.'owing a serious Illness of
four weeks. She had been in failing
[health for sometime. Born in White I
I county, Georgia, she was the former
Mis# Lydia Ledford, daughter of the
late Nancy and LaFayette Ledford.
Mrs. Carlan, whose husband died
in 1939, had been living in Shelby
for 25 years and for the past 12 years
made her home with' her'only dau
ghter, Mrs. Oren Huskey.
Funeral services were held Thurs
day afternoon at 3:15 o'clock to tne
Huskey home on Grover street in
Shelby. The Rev. E. B. Hicks, pastor
of Eastside Baptist church conducted j
the rite*>. Interment fo.'lowed in Sun- \
set cemetery. Mrs. Carlan was a !
member of Broad River baptist chuij- i
ch in Blackgburg, S. C.
Survivors include two children;
Mrs. Oren Huskey and Guy Carlan,
both of Shelby; one sister, Mrs. John
Petty of Kings Mountain; three
grandchildren and one great-grand
Mrs. Fred Thompson, 51, of Colum
bia, S. C., /ormer resident of Gas
tonia, died Thursday night at 11:40
in a Columbia hospital.
The Thompsons moved from Gas
i tonia to Columbia about ten years
j ago. Mr. Thompson operated the
1 Thompson Shoe Shop irt Gastonla
for a number of ye?rs and is now
operating a shoe shop at Fort Jack
soil, S. C.
Surviving are her husband, Fred
H. Thompson: fou'r sons, William A.
Robert Lee,, Fred, Jr., all of Colum
1 bta, and James C. Thompson of
j NashvlMe, Tenn; two brothers, For
ney Huffman of Greenville, S." C.;
and Theodore Huffman of Kings
Mountain; two sisters, Mrs. Anne
Bobbitc and. Mrs. Florence Hope, both
of Kings Mountain.
Funeral services for Mrs. Thomp
' sort were held Saturday morning at
Ward-Paysour Funeral Home in Gas
tonia and interment was in Holly
j w ood cemetery there.
A new cash crop ? Turkish aro
| ma tic tobacco ? will be grown In
I Rutherford County in 1950.
Lester Eller and Emory Tucker,
j both of Tuckerdale, Ashe county,
, have decided to go into the purebred,
! shec^p business. They will raise Sou
? ?? k i I' ?
The Arthur Hay
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Announces with picture purchase of a share of the
DAVID M. NEILL
, , effective January.!, 1950
" ? ' " ^ \ a ? * , *"? ; ;? '
life:"-: . '
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and of his assumption of the duties and responsibilities of Junior Part
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??. J' ? ' " >' ' sU'i ~".f -? ' y%S*Jj
ner on that date.
?: ^ "? ?,r V.
anting en lop or the world la the
?pot where most of us would like to be
-fr? from financial worry? sure that
our future and the future of those we
love Is secure. Your' government Is
provid'ng the opportunity to start
climbing to that enviable spot ? buy
V. S. Savings Bonds the automatic
way ? Uae Payroll Savings Plan where
you work, or. If self-employed, the
Bond-a-Month Plan where > ou bank.
The future will take care of itself when
you save the safe, stire way. Your seat
way up there Is reserved the moment
you enroll on one of those Savings 1
Bonds Plans. This is YOUR OPPOR- |
TUNITY . U.S. Trttsurr
"The most rapid change in our |
economy since 1939, and probably
the most significant, is the tremCnv
doua increase in the money income
of the people," says Charles A. Bur
meister of the U. S. Department of |
Harnett County farmers seeded a ?
record acreage of pasture and cover
crops this fall.
The Herald ? $2.00 Per Year
At this store thire is but one single standard
of Quality . . . the finest. Our r^ord for hon
esty and authenticity account" for th? firm's
successful reputation at diamond merchant*.
^6ne white color
1/2 carat diamond fine white color
w?? on diamonds. Charge accounts
Griffon and Manchester