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Letter To The Editor
W’ilh I ho rhristnins so.’isnn ap-
Iiidachin,,;. niucli lias Ixion vvril-
ton aiifl said VX’lial Makos Christ
mas?’ Tlioro i.s simielhing lov-
ahk', loriibly humano and trans-
fondly di\ino about a baby. Wlion
ono looks into unblinking diroot
infant eyes, thoy are full of otor-
■nity. It is (*asy to fall down and
worship at tiie cradle. P(»riiaps
that is wh.v Christmas is so wide
ly oiisorvt'd, evoti h.v those w!io
make no religious respon.se to it.
It is a kind of Birthday of Baby
hood. As we sing “The'litlle Lord
Jesus lay down his sweet hf«ad.”
like little and swt'et tliing.s
o-t Cliri.stmas. We are intrigued
by a cuddly Savior.
Wlimat i.s Christmas?
I ask my soul
Anri this .answer
Came back to me:
It is the
tUory of hearen come down
In the hearts O'! humanity
Come the spirit and heart of
And it matters not what we
At Cliristmas: it is not
Christmas at all
Unless the Christ Child be
Tliere is a !». sh that comes on
IJte’s hurry and its stress far
And something in the silence
seems to weave
A mood akin to sadness, ye we
A Merry Christmas to the
friends we meet.
And all the while we feel that
We Are Pleased To
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trucks. We feel there's a
good future in the car
business for "Red" and his
business background, per-
sonalit'^ and vast number of friends he has in this
area will be an asset to us.
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As if the Christ child came an
With something old, yet ever
new, to tell.
The eyes grow mi.sity; yet they
she<i no tear.
And those that we have lost,
somehow seem near.
- Margaret E. Bruner.
Bethlehem is the Greenwich
I fro.m which all longitude
j Of time i.s reckoned.
I —^Elmer Ell.sworth.
' The Carpenter of Galilee
; Comes down the street again
In every land, in every age,
He still is building men.
I On Christmas E\e we hear him
lie goe.s from door lo door;
I "Are any workmen out of
, The Carpcmler needs more.”
! Hilda W. Bmith.
What would it mean to live by
the vision vvilicU comes oil
To 'I*rust God and not give
way to woi-ry and faithless
To act on the faith that the
supreme ix)wnr in the uniteise!
is the love of God seeking goix!
It would mean also to iirac- ,
tice love in one's daily life, at
home and in ever.v human rela
The harvest is past; the gath
CIS are few.
THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD, KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C.
Thursday, November 25, 1971
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FFAXHS TO CHRISTMAS SHOW — The young men pictured above are in the Kings Mountain
Chapter of the FFA. These young men went to the Merchandise Mart in Charlotte to see the South
ern Thanksgiving and Christmas Show. At the show they sow decorations and displays on Christ
mas. (Isaac Alexander Photo)
Wishing you and yours a most
enjoyable Holidfiy .Season. I’lease
drive safely at all times. Also
make it a mus.t to attend the
chlarch of your choice. You will
find it most rewarding.
opening on Sunday, November
2Sth, tlie .Mint Museum of Art
will have an e.\hibition of paint-
EVER'eTTE H. PEARSON. I'"SS by John .McClanahan, asso-
■ ciate professor of art al Queens
! College in Cliarlotte.
To fhe Editor;
Mr. MdClanaiian was torn in
^aliriO I.'nvienc* T-Tr> Hr.Mc Ti
California still leads the na
tion in veteran population with
3,075,000, up from 2,992,000 the
previotts year, according to Vet-
.\ ,Tontt„nt'in r,.rnevlfo^t roc.nt-
ly that lie had not heard a.n.v-
thing about 74 by-pasg lately. lie
F. A. degree from Bethany Col
lege in Lindsborg, Kansas, and i
-ASHEBORO. — On Monday,
Nov. 22. the North Carolina
Jaycees will begin a 'tMurphy to
Manteo Express” which will in
clude stops in all the 228 com-
munities wit-h Jaycees chapters in
North Carolina. President Avery
Nye and Public Relations Direc
tor Jim Hastings wiii make tne
tour in “Jaycee I,” a fully equip-
.^tould come w'e.st of Kings 'VIoun- I the M. F. A. in painUng from the ; tonirifto by VD^y-
Cain where the trouble is. It's as j University of Iowa City. ; Frazier company center in New-
“J T; working mainly in watercolor ^‘o"’ ^^e nation's largest dealer.
quickly or easily. \Vc no long cr i ; The tour will begin with a
have a democrarv' when a per-1 ' breakfast with the Murphy Jay-
-son’s livelihood can be taken ! of defin-^ cees on Monday, Nov. 22 at 8 a.
from hiim. ’ explores their es-1 m. and will conclude with a din-
sential qualities weight, struc- .ner with the Dare county (Man-
My bu.sine.vs i.s not farming bul 'JJte and interna] movement -and, teo) Jaycees on Wednesday Dec
much of my investment ha.s been *"‘^**’ oUects on one another. | 22 at 8 p. m. In between, the
put in the farm. My building lots, I form is used to further ; tour will touch 228 communities
which are a p,-irt of my .security | “*1 dovelopment of the painting; and 10,000 North Carolina Jay-
will be ruined bv the proposed tiy- i ^ express a basic personal ■ cees.
response to content. The essen-1
tial requirement is that themed-! The Jaycees, a progressive,
ium must suit the subject and be dynamic organization for ywing
permanent. men between fhe ages of 21-36
, , , , .have two major objectives; (1)
McClanahan.« work has self-grow'Ui through personal lead-
pas.s. Is this to hapinm lo me on
the thn^liold of retirement?
Almost all the land of mj'
brother who docs farm would be
inaccessible if alternate two i.s
decided upon. This .survey was
rnadc througli tiie center of my
been exhibited in all parts of the
country. Recent exhibitions in-
-shsters pr.',()crty and will make! elude the 8th Hunter Painting
It useless for a development j annual, Chattanooica. Tennessee;
which, together with the adjacent 14th .Annual National Casein x-
fidd, had already been mapped, hibition. New York City; -the
VVliat has f 4 .. : Texas Watercolor Society Exhibi-
wto. afew^^r tion, .San Antonio; 8th Annual
a bv-i>is.ra]ra^t^ ni‘'^" Prevont piedmont Painting and Sculpture
bein/ conswf I ^ Exhibtiio, Mint Museum; and the
^^'•Tuded and when 7th Annual
f.trmers who earn their living
frorn tiie soil must .siicrifioe their
business and theil prOjOertj’? If a
road can be
Tiie Mint Museum of Art is
open to the public. No admission
ership training and (2) civic im
provement through community
The tour will be used to recruit
membership and to promote Jay
cee programs in North Carolina.
ib-ess kits will be distributed to
the news media at each stop and
President Nye will be available
to conduct interviews as he
no lemtimate rca-nn it ^ charge. Hours are: Mondays
■movavT for mam wbh ’ Friday, 10 to 5; Satur-
at Hake We nr t Sundays, 2 to 5. Oosed na-
and\vea.sk th.^ wftoK
troarjTK'nt of Taxpayorjt.
L. B. Falls
JUICE OR DRINK
Are you baffled by how to tell
tiee Drug administra-
ie„ n®* Pi'^POscd a rule requir
ing all orange-drink labels to list
the amount of
,°fauge juice. Perentags
est 5 or 10 per cent.
'0 Holy Night'
Set At Schiele
A special presentation of “Oi
Holy Night” will be presented in j
the Schiele Museum of Natural
History planetarium on Thanks-1
giving Day at 3 p. m. !
The museum is located an Gar- i
rlson Blvd. in Gastonia. I
Excess water in the body can be on-
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excess water weight We at.; ■
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Time for Thanks
In The Traditions of The Pilgrims, Amer
icans Pauce To Give Thanks For Over-Com
ing Hardships and For The Bounties of Spiri
tual and Material Welfare.