Locals Nose I
In Last Ganu
SCORE IN 3 MINUTES OF PLAY
List Friday afternoon the Moun
taliaeers ended the. moat - successful
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Blocksbnre 13 to 6 The fuvorod viol (
tor* tallied In the final period to tie;
the score, but the locals came bock
lit the last three minutes of playi >
with another touchdown and ronvert1
ed the extra to win. The Mountain-!
een? scored their first six pointer in' *
the first three-mlnutes of play. The,'
(&me was a nip and luck battle with
the teams fighting between the !
twenty yard lines most of the time. '
Ttao Mountaineers drew several pen !
allien which put them in dangerous I
territory more than once. <
Qibeon Intended to Nelsl'-r on the I
sixth play of the game for the first 1
salty. The Mountaineer* rolled tip I
IS first down* during the game, with
ssiasi qslcher te I.C.S. treleed
sms. These eed 400 ether
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Mkn-ksburg making 10*. Outstanding
for the losers was Calvert, light
l?ack, v.tio did the majority of the
running for his team. Morrison was
ihe. starring back for the locals,
with Suber and Dickey sharing line
This game brought the total num
her of wins to 5 for the Mountaineers
with only three lasses. This, al
* i i i??- _ frtirti i nu ?cu9v;ii9t (a ail tta*
cedent record, and one whirl; Crow>11
Little may well be proud of.
I he Schedule K. M. Oppo.
S'ewton ' 0 20
ItfTsiac 22 <
Shelby ' 13 7
Harding High 13 0
."herryvllle 0 '26
I lard) ng High 14 2
Knrest City . 6 18
lllacksburg 13 6
rotnhi 81 79
TV?e regular monthly meeting of
he Kings Mountain Singing associaion
"will be held at Second lluptist
hureh Sunday afternoon at 2:00
Pi M. The association was organized
he second Sunday if October nt
Macedonia. KVerybody is cordially
A sixteen-day-old. robin can eat
u> many as 68 earthworms In n
ungie uay.. yr
i Is Good For
LANE RIDE ? One
arc Paying Passenger?
, SATURDAY ONLY
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ttily, Including Sunday
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re Soothing to the Nerves
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Wayne Morris I
"KIT i v tup Pin" i
U1UMA I 11U It^K/
Johnny Mt-j Brown
THE CORNER I
- Joan Davis I
"YOU AND ME"
George Raft /J
[LP BILL HIKOCK"
4 Kings Mountain
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THK KTNOK MOUNTAW HURAT.n
(Special to The Herald)
,To preview 24 recent paintings ot
Julius U Settlemyre, Jr., whose parents
reside at 204 West King street,
Itlo r?l 1 ir *(!?" ? OSA *?* 1 ?*
vuao V(i>/ * uiv/l C UIIUU MU inCHUS U1
the artist, society people and patrons
of the arts, gathered at his new
-tudto, 7ih) Independence Avenue.
Washington. D. C., last Saturday aferaoon
and evening. A public shoorng
of his work is being planned for
the near future. ^
Tea was served and presiding at
he table were Mrs. Katherine L
MtcCortnfek of Middleburg. Va . and
(iss Jean Kllzabeth (.augbridge, for
fterly of Shelby, N. C.
Young Settleinyre. who once stu
iled at the famous Ccrcorau Gallery
'n Washington. t> t .. and whose
'aintdigs have hung in the National
5alh-ry in that citv. has be^n advan
clog rapidly in his art, especially
in portraiture in oils. Recently " he
has sought to set a new style 11 por,backgrounds.
Karlior pre-medkuil studies Itattatomv
give his figures a .solicit y
and an honesty uncommon n present-day
panning Modern in his usec-f
color., yet. through a calculated
unity. he achieves conservatism. His
keen perception of tile character cf
his sitters. denotes a talent that will
in time add many fine contributions
111 mt? me neia or portraiture.
Settlemyre is now employed as a
bookkeeper in the Procurement Df ision
of "the Treasury Department
n Washington, D. C. He expects to
visit European art centers in 1939.
One of the most interesting of his
Pictures is "The Young Art Dealer*
'.n which the life-size figure is pa-nt"d
against a background painted
'ram a Chinese painting on silk. His
popular "Clerk on the Wharvee" is
typical of the new use of dramatic
Having been asked by Central
Hlgb School of this city for a picture
to hang. SettlerojTe espressos
appreciation at the interest shown
and writes that as soon as the public
showing has .been held, he will
-end one, or else paint one for the
Mimose. He is an alumnus of the
Local Student In Greensboro
Miss Dorothy Plonk, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Plonk, of Kings
Mountain, has recently been elected
in this year's superlatives at Greens
tw?ro College, best student of the Jun >r
class, and also. has received an
vitatlbn to the Senior Honor Socle
ty on the basis of a high scholastic
udiug and an estimable attltuae
-ward the spirit and Ideals of the
' col. Isast year, she made the
Junior Honor Society.
Vitas Plonk holds several offices
' n the can?s: vice-president of her
cla-ss, vice- president of the German
Inh. ar* ? etary. of the Math club,
she helo ;g.? to the Irving Society. .
Mi-* PI""'- '9 a Junior at the col* j
lege tL.: - ear. *
Coooerative Ctudy Group
The following is the program of a
joint study period for laymen and
mnlatera sponsored by tie Southern
and Associate Reformed Presbyterians
of Charlotte and the neighbortag
towns. Ministers of any faith
and order are cordially invited to
Monday Evening Nov. 28.
The Message And. The Modem
World ? Dr. Ben Uacy- of Union Sena
inary, Richmond, Va.
Music by the Davidson College
Tuesday, Nov. 20.
100:00 A. M. The Sovereignty of
God ? Dr. G. G. Parkinson of Ersttino
Seminary, Due Wast, S. C.
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THURSDAY, NOV. 24. 1M8
11:00 A. M. Christian Adult Kduh
i Ion ? Dr. P. H. Cartnichael of
3:00 P. At. Round Table DLscumIoq
u Kvaagelism led by Dr. T. H. Mc 111
of Oastonla. N. C.
4:00 P. M. The Art of .Uroup Think
tig ? Dr. Cnrmlcbael.
7:00 P. M. The Church And The
Modern World ? Dr. 8he!ton Phelps
of Wlnthrop Collene, Rock Hill S. C. J
Music by Queens-Ch^cora Glee I
Wednesday. Not. 30.
10;uo M. The Sovereignty oil
God ? Dr. Parkinson.
11:00 A. M. Now Trends in Theolo
j) ? Dr. Carrntrhael ,
3:00 P. M. Round Table Discussion
on Worship led by Dr. W. W. Boyce
Charlotte, N. C.
4:00 P. II. The Mlnlste.r and His
Hooks ? Dr. Cartnlchael.
7:::o The Minister and the ModHh
World ? Rev. C. E. Rozzelle of
Gastnnla. N. C. I
Music by The Ersklns College
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