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The Kings Mountain herald. (Kings Mountain, N.C.) 18??-1974, December 22, 1971, Image 2

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, ^ ■ t me MHVISO MWUlNrAIIN nCMAl-U, MINtia MUUlVI AIIN, Easleys Are Honored lAt Reception Given By Congregation On'Sunday R<'V. ;inrl Mrs. C'h.'irlcs Easley and.their family were honored hy ■ the eongre^ation of St. Matthe\v'..i Lutheran ehiireli at a reeei)tion Sunday afternoon, | Sev<‘ral hundred friends of the Ea.sle.vs called Ivtween .'L.'th anri to offer Ire.st wi.shPs to the family in tlreir new (; istora.Ie in ' Albemarle. The Easloy.s will he moving to Albemarle after Janu- aiy 1. Mi'mber.s of the Criireh Ctmneil a.ssisted in receiving and enter taining. .\lr, and .Mr.s. .lames Hern- <lon .greeted arriving callers and ' Mr, and \Ii-s fleor.’i- Houser invit ed them into the sociai hall of the church where Mr. and Mr.s. Dan Fing(!r iniroducefi the re ceiving line in,■lulling j’astor and Mr.s. Easley and their ehildten, Charle.s Easlej-, ,Tr., Irel'ou Easley, Bill Easley, Penny Easley and .Mr.s. Easley's mother, .Mrs. Bos sart. Mr. and Mr.s. .loe .“mith direct ed guests to the refreshment-ta^ ble.s W'liere .Mrs. Tim (Hadden, Mrs. Boh M'ii.son an-l .Mrs. How ard Lutz allernaled at the tea service. Also a.sshXng ind rei-eiv . ing wi're .Mr. and .M.s. Jim L.v- brand. Mi. and Mis. Fred Finger. Jr., and Mr. and Mr.s. Johnnv Kern.s. .Mr. an.l .Mis. Will Hern don and .Mr. and .Mrs. Jim Me Ginnis irresi.le I al (lie regisler and Mr. and Mrs. S. il. .'iuber, Jr. said goodbyes. Ehristmas deci.ations in red, green, gold and siher made a festive setting fir the affair. Pine swags, wreaths and red candles in the window.s were enhanced try .r green Clir'slmas tree deeked with refi bows and white lights. The long refreshment table was merlaid with red cloth and dec- onileol with fresh oamellia.s. Two round tables flanking the main •table were overlaid with gold and siher cloths and arranged with .si'ven-braneh eandelahras .s'i't with red tapeis. Party pick-ups were si'rted'witli Ru.ssian lea. .Mi.ss' (lussie Huffletler hand made tile regisler al whii-li guests were invited to register. . Tile congregation look the oc- easioir lo pri-seni Hie Ea.sleys a mahagon.v chest and tables witli ueeessory pieces of furniture. J LANDSCAPING TIP The most iniporlanl shrubs in | your yard are those planted | STOR.-\GE TIP j aiross the front of the hiiilding. \ \V i t 11 few exet'ptions, these should be evergreens for year- round foliage. .North Carolina, State University extension hot- ticultuilsls .sa.v lhat there is a I rend awa.v from using flower beds in froid of Hie foundation slirubs. : I NOSING AHEAD ! Dasher? DaiKX'r? .Santa’s most I fain.Ills reindeer today is Rudolph of the red no.se, from the 19.19 ' .song hy .lohnn.v Mark.s. | JfV' . -V.-.v ^ • it W. M^rrY ! I / VA Checks In Mail ■pfcjir ni ixx tEiuTgiiic njt s' fa di cpiatne I iir IgonuiK^diai at) re w: W. R. PhillipB, director of the ■Winston-Salem Veterans Admin istration regional office, said nearly one million checks mailed November 1st by 'VA carried a welcome reminder to the recip ients that they were relieved of some paperwork. Phillips explained that PL 91- 588, enacted last December, al lows the VA administrator to ex empt fixim filing annual income questionnaises (IQ) those pen- sionetrs 72 years old and older who have been on the rolls dur ing two conseoutive yeai-s. These pensioners include vet erans, widows, and parents re ceiving dependency and indem nity compensation (Did pay ments ifitwn VA. Phillips pointed out that VA usually mails the questionnaires to pensioners with their Novem ber 1 checks, but this year about half of the pensioners received notices that they wouldn’t have to file IQs. However, it was stressed that even though they won’t have to file IQs, these 72 year old pen sioners still must continue to re- poht changes In income to VA. VA adjusts pension and DIC payments from information ob tained from IQs, it was explain ed. Pensipns are paid, on the ! basis of need, to veterans total- ' ly and permanently disabled from i nonservice causes, and to wldoiws I and children of veterans who die i of nonservice causes, j Parents with limited income of I veterans who die of service con- i nected disabilities may be eligd- 1 ble for Dependency and Indem- 1 nity Oopensation. 1 Phillips urged veterans, de pendents and survivors who ■ think they may 'be eli/gible for pension, DIC or other benefits to contact their Icxal VA office, or local veterans service organ ization representatives. layceesSeeh Nominatioiis The Kings Mountain Jaycees will again this year honor a Boss of the Year, a Young Man of the Year, and a Young Edlulca- tor of the Year. The community nominates the You% Man of the Year and the Young Educator of the Year. The Boss of the Year is selected by the Jaycees. Any person wishing to make a nomination for Young -Man of the Year or Young Educator of the Year may mall nominations to Kings Mountain Jaycees, Box 303, Kings Mountain. Nominee.s must be between the ages of 18 and 33. Winners will be honored at a banquet in Jianuary at which Lt. Gov. Pat Taylor will be the arpeaker. Jaycee project chairman is Vice President John Mitchell. 'New Deatons To Be Installed ( rdination and installation ' deacons will feature the Sunday ; morning worship ‘■ervice at 11 i o’clock at First Presbyterian cltnjrch. D. Kenneth Davis will be or dained and installed as a dean lor the class of 1974. R. Ragan Harper, Ji'., Ilenrj- P. Neisler and Robert C. Southw(Hl ; -will he installed as members of I the class of 1971. GREEN IS SAD 1 n Scandinavia, evergreens stand for .sadness. Gala ribbons and papers, fi’uits and flowers, colorful balls and candies are preferreil holiday decorations. FROM YOUR COURTESY CAB COMPANY ADAMS & ORR Call Day or Night 739-9992 739-9901 CELEBRATING THE BIRTH OF CHRIST IN SONG ts <» centuries Old tradition, as shown in the Christ mas hymn above. The Latin hymn appears on a leaf from an illuminated Antiphonary of 15th- century Italy, now in the Library of ’The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City (Gift of Louis L. Lorrillord, 1896). More familiar today is "Joy to the World" above right by the English hymnist Isaac Watts, set to music by Handel. Song ^eet by Hallmark. include a business meeting of the ' N. C. Pork Produceis Associa tion. The educational program will feature .some of the top pork industry e.vperts in the U. S. Pork Producers Meet Jan. 6-7 The IKIli unn(«(l l^iorih Caro-^ lina Pork Producers conference will 1)C held in Raleigh. Thurs- da.v and Frida.v. .tan. (i and 7. ••1 progiam will be ort'ered lhat "gets a(’' (he major prnh Icms of Tar I led 'ogmen d. l in,.- the past year, according to North i (Carolina .Stale Univcr.sity animal i .scientists who arc helping to con duct tile conference. The first program topic is the marketing outlook for 1972. Unusualiy low prices at times during 1971 and a low trend practically all year long have been predominate pork topics among faimers. Tlic annual confei-ence. which will be held at the Hilton Inn on Raleigh's Hillsborough SI., will |o / |j| (R J Vti ■ I' -1 (Shriatmas SleaaitiQa May the heavenly Christmas Star shine upon us and lead us all to blessed peace. Grate fully, we extend season’s greetings. CITY NEWS COMPANY li-'.'.'-:::-' » ‘ ^Icssinqs .5" A ■- 41 * f A. ■ 5 ^ \ • •«#**••••.. A* I fi’j •; ^his Holy Season is " ' * i ^} "i filled with many spiritual gifts. May you reap all of them. The banquet speaker Thurs day evening ulU he Dean J. E. Legates, NGSU. Among the other keynote speakers will be Norbert Brandt, a marketing specialist with the Midwest Livestock Pixiduceis As sociation, FTancIs Ore^, Wus.; Dr. Ray Sewell, director of live stock research for the Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis, Mo.; Erlin Rothenberger, a farmer from i Frankfort, Ind.; Dr. Earl Las-! ley, director of research for, F'armers Hybrid Co., Hampton, ■ la., and Roy Keppy of the Na-: • tional Pork Producers Coundl,' Davenport. la. Other speakers will include, NCSU and N. C. Department of ' Agriculture scientists and special ists. I ; DRESSING THE QUEE.N Once, it -was dustomary for peo ple to givg their country’s rulers dothing for Christmas, and , Queen Elizabeth I acquired a ; large part of her wardretbe this ' way, historians say. Props! Rites Are Conducted Funeral rites for Everette Clyde Propst, of 406 E. Parker .street, were held Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. from the Chapel of Harris- Funeral Home. Rev. N. C. Bush officiated at the final rites and interment was in the Mountain' Rest cemetery. Mr, Propst died Wednesday. He was the son of the late The odore Gus Propst and Sarah Eliz abeth Quinn Propst, who .survives. In addition to his mother, he is survived by two .sons, Everett C. Propst of the U. S. Army, Red stone Arsenal, Alabama and Mike Propst of .inadarko, Okla.; one daughter, Mrs. Margaret Sims of Wicbet^i Falls, Tex.; two broth- ers^'Ponald L. Propst of Honolulu, Hawaii and Gaither Propst of Wheaton. Md.; three sisters, Mrs. John John-son of Lawton, Okla., Mrs. Calvin Payne of Kings Moun tain and Mrs. Faye Cooper of ‘Belmont and seven grand(3hild- ren. Mr. Propst was employed as a painting contractor. U.NDEH THE PALM Some say the traditional Christ mas tree was once a palm with 12 parts, each part representing one of the 12 apostles. CmOOSING H-IE LOG Ash was the wood chosen for some of the first Yule logs, be cause Christmas lore said thgt the Christ child had 'been bathed and dried before an ash-wood fire. MYERS PRINTING COMPANY -I A medley of wishes are coining your way ... to add lo your collection on Christinas Day. Thank you for your loyal patronage. CHRIS' Kilims Moimtain Famt Coiter York Road Kings Mountain Phone 739-6503 THANE YOU FOR THE BUSINESS YOU HAVE GWEN US THIS YEAR. MERRY CHRISTMAS And A HAPPY NEW YEAR Our encloseci, heerted and air con ditioned front porch "vvill be ready for your comfort and convenience soon. Come see us for the best old fashion hamburgers and hot dogs and dairy pro ducts. ^^HRiSTM^ "We're lln^n? up our good ■wishes • • • Joy peace plus love. The total is the best Christmas yet! We're grateful to all our patrons. HERMAN BLALOCK GROCERY EXOTIC PETS FOR CHRISTMAS HONEY BEAR (Kinkajou) ^1125.00 PRAIRIE DOGS 12.00 MONKEYS 25.00 MYNAH BIRDS (Lesser Hill) 20.00 MYNAH BIRDS (Greater Hill) 37.00 QUAKERS (Miniature Parrots) 6.50 3 TO 4 FOOT CHINESE DRA(X)NS (Iguana) 15.00 18 IN(^ BABY CHINESE DRAGONS (Iguana) 2.50 BABY ALLIAGERS (Caimen). 2 .50 10-GALr. AQUARIUM SET-UP 9.90 STOCKING STUFFERS - Hamsters - Gerbils - Mice - Finches - Etc. 17 BREEDS RABBITS - 4 Lb. Midgets to 20 Lb. Giants 2.00 Up SMALL STOCK FARM SHELBY. N. C. HWY. 180 - Halfway between 74A and ISO al the .Sign of THE RABBIT Open -Mon. thru Sat. 1 to 8 P.M. — Sun. 1 to 5 P.M. 'bijous Wjrs2{}m^i -u-r, 9S yy/- ' V ’ i. £,i iLc Irna • .t/iwif of this season, ire extend our good trishes, ilr.ccrc gi alltuiic. WnilE'S JEWELRY

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