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Have C ream Supper
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The *»ica<,ant Orovr *v. M. I
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sat Urdu v jiiRid Soptemiiei ! p "•
coeds Mil! co to ' io boiiotit ol the
•hureh. Evory one United
Mis Murzonn Hoylr left. last
week for Boone where she will en
Mr' Velva Hainrirk entered
Boiling Springs college last week.
Miss Gladys Hendrick of King';
Mountain spruit the week-end with
Mi s Butte Costlier.
Me. iieue Gost.iigr spent Sunday
with Mi.'- Elizabeth Bridges.
Mr arid Mr . Doyle . Heirdrirk
rjvent the week-end with Mr. and
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Mrs. Chcsley Hendrick.
Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Elliott and
son Harvey visited Mr. A V. Green
of Asheville Sunday.
Mr. Ed Bridges, Gertie Wright.
Twitty Green and Muriel White!
spent Sunday in Mars Hill
Hr and Mrs. Virtue Williams |
spent Sunday with Mrs. Williams' i
lather, Mr. Lem Smith ,of Cherry- 1
Mi Marvin Whitesides visited his I
father. Mr. .1. A. Whitesides over I
Messrs, Car! and Cullen McSwain 1
spent Sunday in Toluca visiting!
Mr Delia Hartman,
Mis Daisy Wright and family
spent Sunday with . Mr. Martin
Mr. and Mrs Kim Williams visa
ed Mr and Mrs. Zim Williams over
Mr, and Mrs Caleb Hoyle and
daughters, Invetta and Virgi ■,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs,
Mrs. .1 Y, Elliott and ■daughtets.;
Misses Eulalia. Eleanor, Vevet.le and j
lit lie Miss Virginia Seism Elliott
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. i
S. Queen of Shelby.
Mr I a1 in Hamrick returned home :
from the Shelby hospital last week.
Mr. arid Mrs. Paul Bridges visit- 1
rd Mr. Bridges father, Mr. Claude
Bridges over the week-end.
Mr. Durcll Glaseoe spent the
week-end with his father. He Ives j
accepted a position in Morganton.
Boiling Springs Wins
First Game of Season
(Continued Prom Page Onei
viewed proper credit must go to
Stroud. 180-pound fullback, who
chased over touchdown after touch
down on runs from three to f)0 yards
Irom both scrimmage and punt re- '
turns. Outstanding in line play was
the work of Buck Coble and Howard
Moore, former Shelby high tackles,
and also that of Kelly. Robinson,
and Harrill, Pullback Stroud's scor
ing punch was aided bv good judg
ment, shown by the field general.
Waters, at quarter, and by the good
defensive play ot Boney at half
back and the end runs of Shep
herd, at the other half.
That Barkley's junior college gild
aggregation may -have even more
scoring power when It all gets work
ing together is evidenced by the
fact that in yesterday's game a
youngster counted on ns one of
Boiling Springs' best scoetng threats
did not play. This was Bob Chetty,
former all-state back from Lexing
ton. who was at his home since th“
week-end due to the illness of his
During the contest the Baptist
coach used nearly every man on the
squad Ttie starting line-up'follows:
Kelly and Yallff. ends; Coble and
Moore, tackles: Morris and Harrilt,
guards: Robinson, center; Stroud,
fullback; Boney. halfbnek. Shep
herd. halfbacks. Waters, quarter
Substitutes were: Hunt, Haynes
Burns. Green. Cornwell. Mooney- j
ham, Honeycutt. Petty and Jolley. 1
Union Moved To I
(Continued from page one.)
was curbed at Gastonia Saturday1
afternoon the report began to spread
that the headquarters of tlie or
ganization .would be shifted. About
Kings Mountain yesterday any
number of citizens, along with of-,
finals of the law. admitted that'
they had heard that, the'headquar
ters was being moved there during;
the day. but did not know where
it was and had seen no unusual
activity indicating tfiat the labor
agitation movement would center
its directing activities there.
Nol At Old Place.
One thing is certain, the union
headquarters was not moved to t.h-'
place where union speakings have!
been held in Kings' Mountain for:
several months. This place is a;
vacant lot within the city limits!
and on the Cherryville road, jus!;
west of the Phoenix, hilling and
Cora null villages Activity was on
the decrease instead of increasing!
there. The only equipment here-1
tofore on the lot. was a small speak- j
evs platform and an electric light;
line and bulb were removed. Just |
where none of :nose in the section!
seemed to know "Perhaps to their
new headquarters,” some answered
"We've heard they've moved their
headquarters over here to Kings;
Queries ran into a stone wall on
every hand If the new textile union
headquarters has been located 'n
Kings Mountain, the union people ;
are keeping its Whereabouts pretty
Early yestordav morning circular;
calling for a one-day strike upon;
the part of textile employes so that
they might attend the funeral ot
Ella May Wiggins, the woman killed
at Gastonia Saturday. were dis
tributed in Kings Mountain How
ever. it is understood that the cir
culars caused very few. if any. tex
tile workers in Kings Mountain to
abandon their jobs for the day and
attend the funeral in Bessemer City.
Reports from Bessemer City, where
the union headquarters was draped
in blaek for the occasion, have it
that the one-day strike also failed
lo materialize there.
Tiie reports that tIre union head
quarters has been or will be shitt
ed here has caused no apparent ex
citement on the part of Kings
‘ They've been speaking here every
Saturday, except, last Saturday, for
weeks and they've done no damage,”
citizens say, adding that 'our local
people seem pretty well satisfied al
lhough there are a few outsider;
connected with the union living
The majority of the people at
tending tiie union speakings each
Saturday night came, it was said,
from Johnstown, a mill village et,
the southern end of Kings Moun
tain. although It ts said that there
may be some 15 or 20 textile work
ers In the mill villages in north
Kings Mountain who belong to the
Texsnrr Hangs On.
Cleo Tessner. alleged labor agi
tator, who was ejected from a tex
tile mill residence in Kings Moun
tain last week and later fmed in
Shelby for not having a proper auto
license, continues to hang about the
♦ own. Since being removed from th-’
textile mill residence by officers
serving ejectment, papers, he has
moved uito a house in the southern
part of town.
Stunting Kills Girl.
Blandford. Mass —An unguided
motorcycle from which the rider had
fallen while stunting at the fair
ground here today plunged into a
crowd of spectators, fatally injur- I
ing Lois Hart, nine, of Westfield,
and hurting others.
The girl died at the Noble hospi- j
tal In Westfield where Richard
Myers, of Springfield, also w as take.i
with a broken leg The rider, James
Hill, standing on the seat before he
fell off. was arrested on a dangerous
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and his associate. Tom P, Jimison
appeared m recorder's court in be-:
half of the eight, men. but before
they had an opportunity to .speak
the case had been dismissed,
‘■Just, a subterfuge to hold tlio.se
men and try to keep them from
the meeting set for south Gastonia
on Saturday." Tlowcrs said after
wards in commenting on the pro
ceedings. "It was plain that those
charges wouldn't stick "
No God tor llim.
Charlotte, Sept. 17. -Teslltnon'v
of an even score of witnesses in
troduced to establish alibis tor three
ot the 14 Gastonia mob inquiry
defendants, and appearance -n
court of 16-year-old Ben Well-,
union organizer beaten severely alt
er having been abducted front a
house at Gastonia, and the Sub
sequent, throwing out of court of
his testimony because lie admitted
he did not believe in God. featured
yesterday's session of Judge Shan -
investigation into the mob's law -
When the investigation here was
going on, over at Gastonia seven
men were at liberty under $1,000
bonds on charges of manslaughter
as a result of the killing near that
city Saturday afternoon of 29-ycr.r
oid Mrs. Ella May Wiggins, mother
of five young children, and leaders
of the International Labor defense
were perfecting plans for an elab
orate “protest" funeral for the
young woman this morning at Bes
Alibi Tesimonv Heard.
Saturday testimony seeking to set
lip a perfect* aMbi for C. M. Fergu
son, Gastonia, motorcycle office.,
had been completed, and the de
fense had introduced a group of
witnesses to prove also that C L
Jolly, young night superintendent
of Loray mill, was not a participant
in tlie mob's lawless activities Mon
day night a week ago. but was in
stead going about his usual dutie
nt the big Loray plant. Twelve,
witnesses had been introduced to
corroborate their testimony.
Yesterday three more defendants
took the stand, and the 20 wit
nesses were present to corroborab'
the testimony offered by them and
Jolly, whose case was completed
yesterday. The three defendants
were Horace Lane, Oscar Good
man. and O. O Morehead. the lat
ter day superintendent at the Loray
plant and the other two overseer
and master mechanic, respectively,
at the Myers null in South Gas
tonia Further evidence is yet to
be introduced in corroboration of
Morehead's testimony that he had
nothing to do' with the moo b
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