IWfitA' LiUtheran Hrotherhotx
felon was held yeaterhay a
Pleasant and was attended b:
Kfebcr of local butheran men In
m W. K. Mauney, Aubrey Mini
Rev. L. B. Hamui. W A. Kiden
R 8. A. Mauney andK. D. Taylor
P[r. W. K. Mauney', the preslden
I the men'M organization at the lo
Rl Lutheran church, is treasurer o
lb State organization. He Is als<
^ asurer of the Brotherhood boat
Bt Gift Fund, which plans to havi
100,000 in a loan fund to build new
Rbtheran churches in North Carol!
hidden Taxes Take
R81,116 In Retail Sales
RTamtiiew of Klna* Mountain ant
RMtalty pay $141.IIS annually tt
pie* on ttiekr retail punch a ties aluni
hording to a survey by the Nation
I Consumers Tha (VtttunUslon
lost of t tialaiiMMinl la nuld ihrmi
B bldT'" tuxes fii higher prices 01
FouHt Oaiiy #ur*'hM(*H, a report
Dip* Mnrey Mated.
fha marred. directed from the i?n
FttMiB'i headquarter* tn Chk^Kt
nudb public UhwukIi Mrs. Kufu
I d' iltoo, of Waynosville, lb<> Nortl
fhuitlaa membiT of tin- coiiimb
I aloe's national ccrninhtee. Hhe sat
I AQa analysts wan bawd Oil total rc
1 tjB njfi In Klmf* Mountain's 5
K stores of $1.161.?)iw. as reports t>
E,UM V. 8, Uufniui of Iho .Onaus
pfrs. Allen, dt-scrtbliiR the commit
Epton as representing a natlon-wid
B tfght by housewives oh hidden anl
Bjjbect taxes that "ponaltxe the cot
[j dtfly whoppers. whethe
r ^ioy know it on not, carry a majo
P Share of the nation's $12,300,000,00
t, tax (burden. Hidden toxea. Increnain
I coat of even the necessities a
tgrnWb 6^ percent of all loca
HkjBfta and national revenuea.*
"WHERE THE DO
j^BLRoast Beef I
\ Armour's Star
I Jt^et Milk 6
I Sweetened or Unsweete
Round Steak, Loin or
| RIB BEEF STEW
CHUCK BEEF STEAK
Hamburgers and Mixed
i Wilson's Certified
Half or Whole
^H~pijre pork sausag
LTVERMU8H ? 2 poui
K Rib In
I i i
I]BpIXXiNA ? pound *
Brnwur's Sugar Cured
Mr*. Allen. who said conunlMk
uulU. are being organtied througl
out North Qarolfna In the natlo
wide ifight, pointed out the Kteu
Mountain tax figure concerns reta
1 sales only and does not include tfc
' many other taxes, hidden and d
'yrec.t, which families here have i
> FALLING LEAVES
Tlhe leaves have turned to gypste
' 'brown <
' And wander up and down the town
1 In coats of arange. red and yellow,
' Kach leaf a gay and swaggering fe
f ' . . - ' - " *
l.iko gypsies they are pleased to b
Gaily dressed and feeling free.
With each gust of tutunrn breeze,
Down they flutter' from the trees.
When the wind begins to sing
They fly out adveuturlng;
With flaming jacket buttoned tigfc
I Kach jaunty leaf will take a flight.
< In joyous rap and brilliant gown
- The leaves are sailing out of town
I -- ?? 1 ?- ? - ? *
111 uoioreu, i reimeu eKWjr,
To celebrate h jatnlioree!
I ' ?Nona Keen IJuffJ
J ? ,
Milk |irodurilnn? which In the suti
i iner anil (all of this year was th
>, highest in It years of record kee|
i lug, Is expected to reach a new pea
I during the coming winter, says Job
i A. Arey.' extension dalryjnan a
1 State College.
8 Tl: - average vvh has a eomntc
V Clal value of approximately $1,000
i- Ncrth Carolina pared a total <
> $85,565,340 from its bonded debt dti
1 lng the eleven years front 1927 t
r The Florida cigar-wrapper tobacc
r crop Is a $1,500,000 annual Industf:
K The Ice plant of California Is f
f called because glittering beads c
I, Its surface give It the appearance <
being coated with ice.
LLAR DOES ITS DUTY"
Mo. 1 Can 35c
No. 1 Can 35c
or 3 Tall Cans
Small Cans 20c
ncd 4 No. 2 Cans
4 No. 2 Cans
< CHUCK ROAST
w ? pound 15c
Sausage ? pound 10c
STEAK 25c Lb
ROAST 15c LB
E ? nnnnrl 2IW?
Half or Whole
thx kings mountain hnrauxt
'J To Speak At Men's Chi
I I I
>f Clarence O. Kueater, Executive
ir fler of The Charlotte Chamber of
o Men's Club Supper Tuesday night
super salesman Of the Piedmont Ca
of the 8outh. This Charlotte le.iaei
>0 of Kings Mountain National Milltar
>f LUTHERAN CHURCH
L. Boyd Ha mm. Pastor
I Bible school 10:00, U Arnold Klse
Services lor the last Sunday afle
Morning 11:00, sermon: Ctuiatiai
Evening 7:00, sermon: The Llvlai
Church of the Lord of Life.
Men's Brotherhood meets Sunda
Bvening at 5:45.
Luther Leagues at six o'clock.
Boy Scouts Monday Evening 7:0(
Classes in Catechism Wednesday
SAINT LUKES: ?
Bible School 10:00. James I<acke)
W. M. Boyce. Pastor
Bible. School at 10:00. This da
has been set as an Every-Mdmbe
Morulng Worship af 11:00. Th
->aEtor will speak on: "The Crime c
Evening '? '< rshlp at 7:30. A pla;
iin, me i *n ot uur t,;uitaren" wt
'? used U> present our orphanage n
Junior t ails: Ian Union meets a
Intermediates and Young peopl
meet at 6:45.
There will be no Wednesday Eve
Ing Service this coming week. Ii
stead there will be the usual Thanh
giving Service at 7:30 on Thurada
morning. At 8:15 the congreg&ttoi
and friends are Invited to the Co*
gregat tonal Breakfast. Plates will b
served Dor the whole family at IS
Rev. E. W. Fox. Pastor
9:45 Sundty School. B. S. Peelei
11:00 Morning Worship and sei
mon by the ipastor.
7:00 Special music by the Youn
People and sermon by the pastor.
Park-Grace M. E. Church
C. P. Self. Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 A. M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.
Ep,worth I.eague 6:30 P. M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.
Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30 P. N
A. F. Connor, Paator
Sabbath School 9:45 A. M
Preaching at 11:00 and 7:15 P. M
W. Y. P. 8. 6:00 P M.
Prayer meeting each Wednesday
S- W. Johnson, Pastor
Snnday School 9:45.
Brotherhood 1:30. '
Rpworth League 6:15.
Wednenday, 7:00, Prayer meeting
MQONIl BAPTI8T CHURCH
i. JBht. C\C. Parker, Pastor
Preaching SLa. m, and 7:10 p. m.
each 8oada. . I
T?(VFV . yiy-gmrtg* '' *? kll .P^I
HURBDA.T. NOV. 17. tttt
b Supper Tueeday Night
^B^T' ' ;> * J&l
Vice-President and Business ManaCommerce,
who will speak at the
, Mr. Kuester la referred to as the
iroflnas and Charlotte, The Queen City
> has also been a consistent booster
Macedonia Baptist Church
J. V. Frederick. Pastor
Sunday 8chool 9:45 a. m.
B. T. TJ. 6:45 p. m.
Evening Worship 7:00 p. m.
Preaching 11:00 A. M. and 7 PM.
r 7:00 p. in.
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