THE WATNESV1LLE MOUNTAIN EER
PAGE SIX (First Section)'
Malcolm Williamson. Jr . eighth
grade student in Hit WasnesvilU'
junior high school, won the medal
lor first place in the annual De
clamation Contest, sponsored by
Hie Dorcas Bell io.e Chapter ol
the Daughters of the American
Revolution, at the school 1 uesdaj
Jimmy Sw anger won second
place and a silver doliai, and Bob
by Harry received honorable men -
tion. Ten boys competed in me
Mrs. W, A. H.Natt. chairman of
National Detente ol the D A K.
chapter, was in charge ol the pm
gram winch included m vci jI num
bers by a mixed quartet and also a
male quartet of high school stu
dents under t tie dun lion ol
Charles lsiey. The invocation v. as
given by Kev. Maleoim Williams mi
Mrs. J. W. KUlian, regent .1
the chapter, presented the awards
and congratulated uie coiites'.uiit.
and also Mr. lsley un tneir out
Make This Your
He Have for Your
GARDEN . . .
All Small Bulk and
FIELD . . .
White Dutch Clover
Red Top Grass
Liquid Lime Sulphur
Dry Lime Sulphur
Arsenic of Lead
VIGORO FOR YOUR LAWS
AAA ORDERS HONORED
C". D. Ketnrr. Owner
For enough daily-fresh linens "to go 'round'' . . .
your wash to
J. W. KILLIAN, Owner
WE. CALL AND DELIVER
Phone 205 " Boyd Avenue
Mrs. J. Edgar, Burnette
The Higeoti River Mission circle
met lasi i nursday afternoon at
the lmuan s Chapel for the regu
lar monthly mission study. Ke-
ireshmt. nis were served at the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Calhoun
i ana lanuiy had as house guests
i uic past lu days, bgt. Eavtaru
liiigm, ol Aberdeen, Md., and
men son, ric Oliver Calhoun, Also
: siation;i) at Aoerdeen, Md. They
returned lu their base Friday..
1'aul rioslev, who has been re
ceiv ing ticatnicnt at the Moore
ticncial hospital ior the past three
ucch.s, is much improved.
Mr. ui d Mis Neal Huffman and
lauu.y inoMU last Friday on Nix's
cii.uk, ncai the Cecil school.
Fun 1 ai
services were held last
Cn ol -
.it lnmaii s Chapel lor Mrs.
I'mett, ol Clyde, and
was in the church ceme-
'I). You Despise Your Church'
.is uie siinjeci used by the Rev.
Cia;- L'hjiubers at the Riverside
ci.uich Sunday morning. The pas
im will have a message alter the
n gular B1L serv ices this coming
Mr-, l i.iiik Sorrells is quite
at her home.
1 lie Woman's Missionary Union
ot Kut i un church met last Tues
u.i im an all-day meeting at the
' im.i.e ol Mi-. Ldgar Burnette.
1 lie morning session was taken up
tor the regular monthly program.
A coveied dish luncheon was
-erved at noun. The afternoon
.-c ion was a brief study of the
v ce k ol J'rayer program. The
prc-uleiit. .Mis. James Metcalfe,
iva- in charge ol both sessions.
The Cecil Home Demonstration
club nn l their quota of $25 for the
bookmobile fund last Monday eve
ning by sponsoring a talent pro
gram at the bethel school. The
group will also sponsor the Ashe
ville WH'XC Farm Hour program
at tile Cecil school March 20.
i The general assembly program
at Riverside church was given by
' the intermediate group on Sunday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Troy
Krwin in charge.
"Listening to God's Call" was
the subject used and the following
j parts were given: God Made Me
'a Dean, by Betty Shipman; God
; Made Me a Dentist, Jean Metcalfe;
I God Made Me a Farmer, Louie
' Reecc; Jesus Calls Cs, Novella Sin-
gleton; God Called Me To Be a
i Missionary , Robert Chambers; and
Christ Our Great Ideal, by Jennie
Mrs. Henry Calhoun left Satur
day lor a two-week visit at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh
Rogers and family, of Fairfield,
Miss Betty Hightower, daughter
of Ananias Hightower, became the
bride of Lawrence Mintz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Mintz recent
ly. They are staying at the Mintz
The Cecil Home Demonstration
Club will meet on March 24th with
Mrs. Thomas Erwin
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, CAROLINA NEWS
Froa The Wires of Associated Press nd United Press
A Lenoir county man convicted
of first degree murder has appealed
to the State Supreme pourt. Lem
uel Parrott wss charged with mur
dering Kenneth Taylor In January
of last year. A co-defendant, Sam
Thompson pleaded guilty to second
decree murder but Parrott was
convicted of murder in - the first
degree, a conviction which carries
a mandatory death sentence.
MRS. SP1LMAN NAMED
TO STATE COMMISSION
Mrs. J. B. Spilman director of
the Greenville employment office,
has been appointed by Gov. Cherry
to the North Carolina Resource-
Use Commission. An educational
and political leader, she is a for
mer vice chairman of the state
Democratic executive committee.
Mrs. Spilman will represent the
business and professional women
of the state on the resource com
CLERK SENTENCED FOR
A fun-loving young executive,
22-year-old Guy Wesson, entered a
plea of guilty to larceny at his
trial Tuesday in Gaston county Su
perior Court, drawing a term of
from 2Vi to 3 years. A Gastonia
policeman testified that Wesson ad
mitted selling or pawning Jewelry
from the department he managed
in a local store, and spent much of
the money on parties:
COMBATS RABIES THREAT
In an effort to combat a threat
ened epidemic of rabies, Cleveland
county has instituted a 30-day
quarantine on all dogs. County
Health Officer Z, P. Mitchell say si
all dogs found roaming have been
ordered shot on sight until the end
of the quarantine. .
Over 100 dogs have been killed
in Kings Mountain where a quar
antine has been in effect for sev
eral weks. However. Dr. Mitchell
says new instances of mad animals
are reported every week. Last
week, he says, members of two
families in the Kings Mountain
area were bitten by rabid dogs
Mad dogs have been reported in
four townships elsewhere in the
county. Not only dogs, but a strick
en mule and cow have '-been turned
Some 49 home and foreign mis
sionaries are expected to take part
in the Kings Mountain Baptist As
sociation School of Missions, which
will get under way March 21. The
opening address is to be given by
Dr. Frank K. Means, secretary of
education' and promotions of the
Baptist foreign mission board, of
MURDER CONVICT IS
A parole was given this week by
Gov. Cherry to James Lawrence,
Lee county Negro sentenced in
1929 to 25 to years' for murder.
Two other parole were granted,
but 17 other applications were de
nied by the governor. .
PUBLISHERS MAY DISCUSS
CAROLINA NEWSPRINT PLANT
Newspaper publishers Of North and
South Carolina may meet in Ra
leigh May IT to (Uscuss building a
newsprint mill In the Carolinas.
The meeting baa been suggested by
F. B. Oldham, president of the
American Industrial . company of
Buffalo, N. Y., in a letter to the
Wilmington News publisher, Joseph
TarenU rt funny, aren't they? Your mom sits up
and worries About you, and my dad sits up and worries
..... ,...-. ts car."
HIT BY OWN TRICK
A Saxapahaw man is recovering
in a hospital at Graham after be
ing hit by the truck he was driv
ing. A passenger explained that
R. J. Anderson lell out of the cab
when the truck swerved wildly to
avoid oncoming traffic and that
Anderson was hit by the rear wheel
of his own vehicle.
BIGAMIST WARNED TO STAY
WITH HIS FIRST WIFE
A five-year sentence in the state
pen hangs over the head of a biga
mist in Cramerton. The sentence
was returned in the case of Mon
roe P. Adams, 28-year-old taxi driv
er, who was charged with living a
double life for over three years.
Judge George B. Patton ordered
the sentence suspended, but
warned Adams it would be put in
effect unless he complies with cer
tain terms. He was ordered not to
associate with his second wile, to I
apply himself to a gainful occupa-l
tion and support his first w He and j
their two children. Both women I
were slight, pretty brunettes. The'
court was told that No. 2 is seek-1
ing to have her marriage annuled; i
the other expressed a desire to take
Damage estimated at $20. DUO re--1
suited from fire that destroyed the
Grace Lutheran church on lioute I
1, Newton, early this week.
leader in the Southern textile
industry, George Parker Kntwistle
of Rockinham, died in Charlotte on
Monday at the age of 7b'. He was
formerly president of the Pee Dee
Manufacturing company .
Marine barracks at Camp Lc-
Jeuene are being readied i'or4 a
grand homecoming. Several hun
dred leathernecks are scheduled to
arrive at Camp LeJeune today aft
er several months of service in the
Mediterranean. They're coining
into Norfolk late Thursday on the
carrier Midway and other ships
and will be taken by train to
Moreahed City Friday morning.
$7,500 ROBBERY REPORTED
State bureau of investigation
agents are still working on a safe- j
cracking case and burglary in
Hayesville. More than $7,500 was
taken from the safe in a store i
owned by R. N. Tiger on Sunday
night. The door of the safe had I
been opened with a chisel. Thieves i
also took several men's suits and
nearly a dozen dresses as well as
costume jewelry and cigarettes.
5100,000 MEAT FIRE
Firemen say damage to meat.!
cheese and other perishable fond j
reached $100,000 in a fire which
demolished the Armour and com
pany warehouse in Charlotte. Kifly
firemen battled the flames for four I
hours, but no one was injured.
Ten carloads of meat are believed i
destroyed in the fire.
GIVEN 50 to 60 YEARS
Sixteen-year-old Tommy L v e
Phillips has been convicted at
Winston-Salem of second degree
murder in the New Year's slaying
of his parents. The slightly built,
delicate youth has been sentenced
to serve from 50 to 60 years in
The jury took three hours In
find Phillips 'guilty. He was
charged with shooting Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Phillips to death in their
home so he could elope with his
16-year-old girl friend, Bessie
NEW ATOM SMASHER DEVELOPED
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A PHOT MODEl of their new atom smasher, "the Yale linear accelerator,
is displayed at New Haven, Conn, by two of its builders.: Howard U
Schultz (left), assistant professor of physics and Carol Montgomery,
an associate prolessor. They expect by next June to be developing
energies of from 15 to 20,000,000 volts. It may prove a great aid to
nuclear physics since, thank3 to the "accelerator," the product has
less energy loss than the cyclotron or betraton. (International)
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NIBLETS ASPARAGUS, 14 oz.
VANILLA WAFERS . . 12oz.28c
PEAS & CARROTS . No. 2 Can JQc
PUFFED WHEAT . 8 oz. Pkg. Qc
TRELLIS PEAS . 2 No. 2 Cans 25c
GREEN GIANT PEAS . 17 oz. J 0c
G. Pac Whole BEETS, No. 2 can J CJc
Armour CORNED BEEF, 12 oz. Qc
I Tenderized Sliced
Minute Steaks Beef Liver
65clb- 49c ib.
Pork Roast Chuck Roast
Stewing Beef Sirloin Steak
FRESH EGGS Doz. 39c
NUCOA OLEO lb. 40c
BALLARDISCUITS . . .Can J 3c
TOMATOluiCETT . 4 Cans 25c
JACKSON KRAUT . 4 Cans SC
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE . 2 Cans 2Q
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