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State And N
(dean, N. V., Sept 9.?Young Juin
?s Thomas chugged around his
touuyo town today hi hi* 1929 model
oil-burning roadster aid told how
he had traveled 4,1)00 miles using
craJikca.se draining* as tuei.
Thomas' old car gois eighteen mile?
to the gallon of drulangn and
ea.- ily attains 40 miles an hour, he
' iJurjug most of bis long ctohocouutry
tr'p- Thtrtu - uv.ed. In,
. coined his fuel freo at filling etatiura,
ay.jir (ndji yt Lug ourlnuator
and ignition to accommodate it.
.Across the car's windshield- is a
b ticker: '<1 don't wuste sue.'
i Washington, Sept. 9,^-A Senate
fight against u big ituuw rivers and
harbors bill was hi the making today
even before the- measure cleared
a Houpe committee, and Senator
Clark, Dem? Missouri, called tho
legislation - ' tho most colossal pork
barrel proposition int history.' '
Katies City, Sept. 9.?Shnultane**
ous fires damaged two bridges entering
the huge Kansas City stock
yards today and nifeoaced the 23rd
Street viaduct,, a major traffic artery
between the two Kansas cities.
While a huge ptle of driftwood
blazed bfeneath the viaduct. firemen
were called to a bridge carrying
switch tracks taito the heart of
Y tho yards, and to the Upton Pacific
Railroad bridge at the north edge
of the yards.
The two railroad spans are 300
feet apart and about half, a mile
from the vtaduot which skirts the
aonth edge of the yards. All cross
me K/U-W ttiver.
Lock (Haven, Pa., Sept. 9.?A 21
Jfcanf olil former onfi^|Ua ^ Vu-Jt^r
vrho state Police Major Charles C.
Keller said has signed a statement
admit'.i.r,K he slumped eltrht vnnng
women in a series of attacks, was
called for hearluk today charged
with aggravated aaeault and battery
The attacks all too place in dark
ened streets and highways. In eacli
daso, the ef.tacker f^-riously ber.f^
|' Ills victims with his first or club
In one instance, the girl suffered a
JSdluburctr Scotland.?Sept. 9.?
L?ord, Woollen. British food minster
eald In a speech itoday that stocks
of foods, are better than they were
12 months ago ''despite heavy calls
made on our shipping resources for
|l war purposes."
Harrison, N. J. Sept. 9.?The full
epoed ahead signal sounded In the
Aitiha plant of the Crucible Steel Co.
today with the'end of a CIO strike
of maintenance workers which inter
mptcd work on defense orders.
Ifci Kansas City, Sept. 9.?That one
| nickel overlooked by a holdup man
In a filling station ittll turned out to
be an expensive oversight
- It enabled Marlon Nichols, the op
errator, to call police from bis pay
The resulting broadcast reached
. a squad oar as the patrolmen, who
had stopped a speeding itaxtcab, were
questioning the driver and the paa
songer who held a water gun in his
% m mi umii?.?u m ? m mm <? >? n
I Laughing Arou
ji One Old Enougt
A S I have several times stated i
MJ symposium ? and now repeatatory.
a At a certain theatrical hotel a
9 He was the owner of a troupe of
dinner, he was telling his fellow-lo
traininor his tinv nets. To demonst
took one of his fieaa, while he ea
and gifted insect, out of a small I
I little chap through his paces.
A "Hop East!" he commanded, a
"Hop Westr The flea obeyed
"Forward!" The flea marched
"Face about!" And the flea
eommand. But one of the lady boa
II 4 was bending close and the flea la
.J lost from view.
Confusion followed. After mt
truant and the performance was r
m "Hop East! the man comman
"Henry! Hop East!" The f
the owner leaned over and scrul
TTien, sittinsr up with a start and s
"Madam, there hn? been a mi
M (American Ne
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1 Brief Form
ik-aatort, Sept. John E. Wells, [
45, connected with the Investment
division ot Uk lite insurance company
in AtlaaJti. Oa.. the last six years
diwi yosUjrday from carboh uuonov-1
; :de. .
Sheriff C. O. Holland said Wells
found in an automobile near the
ortdge to Herkortj Island, conynltI
ted ttuioide. A hose led from tihe exlutuet
into the car.
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Lenoir, Sept. - Macon Will fauns, :
City Clerk, has announced pious for
the b.illdiug of a new bus ata&ioa
on W. [Harper Avenue here for the
i '^iieer. City Coach Co.. of Charlotte
aiiid sAid that the terra Inal should
be lead" for occupancy by Jan. 1.
Mvjtle Beach. S. C.. Sept. 8.?i>is
itriot Kiwaidaus officially opened
their annual convention today and
as soou as tbe preliminaries weens
| completed, called upon the lieUte??
' ant-govemors for tlielr reports.
Wives of Klwiiuiane went on a sight
I seeing trip.
Prograhmned for speeches were
Frederick M. Barnes, international
' trustee of Kiwants, and Dr Julian
j Miiler, editor of The Charlotte Ob(server.
Captain Noirman R&wson,
i London, Or.it.. will speak tonight,
j Approximately 400 delegates had
Winston-Salem. Sept. 9 ?'The
case of William Thore, 19, Ml. Airy
?oldi0r}t held on charges brought
in connection with the 'slaying of
Olcnn Crltz Windsor, was expected
to be called today In Superior Court
Sheriff l}iah(t Slhorc j hid Thore
told him he killed .the Winston-Salj
cm youth when Windsor resisted an
j attempted robbery.
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M ii rifMi?Sapi?B ?1 m-il?iuui?>.ur?.
sufliorities sought today additional
| clues In connection with the suffoca
tioai - slaying of Mr*. Delbert Lewia
65, found tn?her bed Saturday night
gag?vd and bound.
She and her husband. a coal and
wood yawl worker, lived alone on
the town's outskirts. He found her
when he cauie home and physicians
said she had been dead 12. to 14
Although her bed had not been
| disarranged, another bedroom gave
evidence of a struggle. Her spectacles
were on the floor and locks
on; two trunks hud boon broken.
Lb wis said Ills wife's purse and his,
pi.-tol were missing, officers report
iDunn, Sept, 9.?Chief of Police O. '
A. Jackson was in the Harnett coim
J ty hospital^ l^ere today as, the,resultI
of 'fnjhrles received last anight when j
a prisoner resisted arrest. The vet-!
eran police chief sustained a frac-!
Itnipd shoulder' trnid other ii^Jurtew,
the extent of whi Jo. could not'be de ;
Gas ton la, Sept. 9.?James Johnson
20, white, and Arthur Avery, 24, no
gro both of Stanley were killed Sat
urday night when the automobile in
which they were passengers collided
with a truck on) the Dallas-Stan
ie> nignway, a row miies iram jjai-"
nd the World
N S. COBB
i to Merit Respect.....
I S. COBB
in offering a veteran yarn for this
? antiquity should be no bar to a
vaudeville performer was stopping,
performing fleas. One evening, at
dgers hew he went about the job of
rate, he cleared a space on the table,
lied Henry, an especially intelligent
m>x, and proceeded to put the lively
ad the flea hopped.
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VT UN IVU IUW VIIV (Ml W VAWMVv "m,W
rders, in the intensity of her interest,
nded in her hair and was instantly
jch searching the lady produced the
ded but the flea refused to move,
lea remained stationery. Surprised,
tinized the performer more closely,
taring at the lady, he said in a stem,
stake ? this is not my Henryl"
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KINGS MOUNTAIN. N. C. THU
Lions Endorse C
T. B. Sanitorium S
For County K
Member* of the Kings. Mountain
Lions Club a-j their meeting held ' itu
last Thursday evfljiing in the Jolly Kl
Lunch, in Ctv-ttonla. unanimously en "'1
dorsed the movement now underway ! gr
for the construction* of a tuberoulo- no
sis San Ltorium in Cleveland County.' :i>
[>r. ,C. H. Thompson of Shelby, ex-' trl
plained the dire need for the ?anl- ou
torium for the proper treatment of as
T B. patiervts. The Club appointed
OoorKe Mauney and Jacob Cooper pi
to serve with other club representatives
in the county a*; a committee an
to sponsor the project. ; ga
Vembers of the Club voted to de^ tn
tnouetrate then' patriotism by pur- en.
chasing Defence Stamps with all lr
fines collected by the Tail Twister. M
Civic minded individuals and clubs on
throughout the nation are asked to
purchase ' .Defense (Stamps and tli
MoiHjB. ar*i lh?- mons v iud was gioa tn
to. co-operate in this movement.
*'iHubcrt Aderholdit, Karl Sawyer, tli
and Hilly illouser, were welcomed in lu
to the ciul> as new membci-s The at
new meeting of the club will be pi
next. Thursday evctndng at seven w;
o'clock in the form of the annual yi
family picnic at Luke Montonia. n<
Wives and sweethearts of the club in
members furnish baskets ladetm with
tried chicken and other good things if
to eat, and a large attendance is an
expected to the animal event which th
always is enjoyed. ! vtc
fThe monthly meeting of the Direc
tors of the Club will be held this da
evening at f7:30 Ha Blll(y Mauney's dt
Cabin; at Lake Mlontonia All Direc- on
tors and officers are reminded to be I-.a
present for tWe meeting and' Mr. h<
Mauney's hospitality. te
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Lions To Play Gastonia . ' v<
Tomorrow Night ,h
W,ith moro than 1.600 tickets already
sold Tuesday. i< appears that
a large crowd was assured for the "
third annual chairitv baseball game
between the Gastonia Liono Club
and Kings Mountain LIUls Club to w
be played at the high school stadi- m
um in Gastonia at 8 o'clock Friday
night. - * . |
tt'ltl. ....... -f .?t. ^ * .ImK I
V\ nil IIKMIRVQI1} VI Iiutf IWU t'lUU
doing the actual playing, the event w
should prove more of a first, rate
connedy than a serious game of ball.
The games ill past years have fumLshixi
the spectators with plenty of '''
Proceeds from the game will be 1,1
i'sod by the two I.ions Clubs m its , al
work among till' blind and those ^
with faulty vision. The clubs sperad
a large sum annually on tltis work,
most of it going to purchas glasses
lor school children whose parents H
are tillable to buy them.
Tickets- for the game may be secured
from any members lof the
I.irC'is Club. The Kings Mountain
Club will have charge of one of the
'icket booths in Gastonia and all clt 50
izens from hero are asked to please ?
purchase their tllcket from the local
In addition to the game itself, in
'Jliere wjill be other. ertJerttainmemit "
tientuues at the (stadium, including ec
music by the Gastonia High School , ^
Hand, a drill by the Gastonia com- (
pany of the Nonth Carolina State (f
Guard, amd the presentation of priz-j
es to spectators at the end of each ,
Inning. ! n
A ivnrtial list of prizes to be pre- t|,
sentod during the game follows: w
Kord convertible coupe, 1934 model.
radio, burial policy, case of mo- j?
tor oil, case of cold drinks, five dol
lars worth of merchandise, box of |.?
grocerios, 10?> poumd bag of flour,
three suits cleaned and pressed, one
pair of shoes half-soled, one gallon
of lee cream, one i,lol,lajr's wortli of
bafrbor work, five dozen "doughnuts,
one bouquet, car washed amd greased.
100 visiting cards, ' smoking
stand. There will also be other priz
us, it was announced.
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Sister Of Local Man Dies
Mrs. D. P. Griggs, 85. of the New
House community died Saturday
night at the home of bar daughter,
Mrs. J. 11. Petty. | ]
Funeral services were held Moft <
day morning at 11 o'clock at the
ltebobeth Methodist Cchurcb, conducted
by Rev. Mr. Swofford. Burial
was in the church cemetery.
She is Jrtirvlv?H hv five rfanirhtnra L
Mrs. R. C. Covington of Double! '
Springs. Mrs. Raleigh Fortune of
Forem City, Mm. George Whltaker
Mrsw J. B; Potty, and Mrs. w B.
Potty of Shelby, route 4> three sons \
Qrville OrtggA of Iron Station,. ISd
Griggs of Ltaoolntou, Oscar Griggs 1 <
of Shelby; 50 grandchildren and 31
BrttKvt-KranxlchHdPOTi; two sifters, 1
Mrs W. W. Jenkins and Mra Wll- 1
llam Wanton of Shelby; two broth-j (
era, George Wolf or Shelby and Law
ranee Wolf of Kings Mountain^ *
?Buy Defense Bonds and Stamps?
IBMtfBeaiifiiw'ijtiittliiirBliitiitidif- ' ' -
rsoay. sept.h, mi
!on. Bulwinkle |
peaker At ,
liwanis Meeting ;'
Major A. I*. Bulwinkle. Congress- !
an, spoke to the members of the I
iwanls Club Thursday night on v
'he Situation Todny." The Concssniau
said. "We can't help it
* avoid iu we know what (lerina-'
lfas done to those other coun- i
les. Tho situation is indeed -seri- b
s. lie we realize vrtial It means?" t (J
ked. the Congressman.
'It' worries mo when t hoar pooe
complaining about little things
such' as gas shortage. The Govern
t nt is asking people 'to conserve v
s because of tho lack of inmspor
tier; The. railroads have all they
a do. Fort liragg requires a train ^
ad of gas a-day and the Fall
aneuvers will require n treniend- '
is amount of gas.
"There are those who vrHtolae
e defense program by saying
ere is Utile being done." The
> ukf-r assured his li^td:i<ers that
Is was not true, the navy was a ail
of jt-s schedule 011 the two- l'
eajj navy. "We are making 1500 li
aues a month where before the
iir we were onlv marking -1.000 a 11
>ar. In some cases, he said, entire 1 *'
>W factories had been erected to L*
nke defense materials.
"We hear much about the morale w
I lie army but there never was 11
i .army <that didn't mumble but
at doer.T.'t mean they won't make ^
Major Hulwinkle pictured dark ?
lya ahead "when noh essential in- "
istrios would have to close down "
id taxes would mount higher. We 0
ivo riot begun do feel tile pinch, 'j
? added. It will take a lot of marial,
time and money to defeat the
cttitors. The pant we -should play 11
non-fighting belligerents is to a>?*1
criticisms and fall in line with *
-e majority to make this a united '
ople. ... j
Major Bulwinkle praised Norm E
irollna as having the most patrlF
< i'ir.eiis he knew.
Congressman Bulwinkle waa in- ll
in!need by jaidd'. Hamrfc J;. whot e
as ii member of the program com- '
#t?n t'.oforth. .Ir.. and Eiigene 1
uihis, Jr., reprcsedtatives to Boys 1
late will give a report of the: '
tek's stay at Chapel Hill to mem- 1
i?rs of the Kiwanis Club this eveng
at the regular weekly mcefttng ''
. the Woihans Club Building at '
30. The Kiwanis Club was joint '
mnwnru /if f Itn VAii niv miiti'c o I.I nM A
/ ? ' I w > ,1 v?? / VUllg JI1CU S3 U> 'IVUU
ico at itoys State which Is held
inually u>nder the direction of the
late Department of the American
re ion. : "
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200 SOLDIERS TO PASS THRU
ERE FRIDAY MORNING
4,200 officers and men of the 13th f
ield Artillery will pass through '
:re Friday morning enroute to
art Bragg, from Shelby where the '
ildiers are to spend tonight at (he '
leveland County Fair Grounds. j
he soldiers are returning to "their
ime base from practice maneuvers : ?
Pisgah National Forest. Approx- i
lately 600 army cars will be load- '
I with soldiers and officers, when
ie Brigade passes through here
riday morning. I *
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4JURED IN FALL If
Tho many friends of Mtes Katie j 1
ruTett of Welddtt will learn with ; <
Ki t4 that she is a a patient in j t
ic hospital at Koanoke Rapids t
here she is being treated for a 9
aetured hip. Miss Garrett was in-j
red ir.i a fall at IMne Tops, where ; s
s was visiting the family of the i
te fid Barnes. J i>
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Will Rogers' !
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WILL ROGERS J!
COME of the happiest guys just 11
^ naturally don't know they're 1 h
bums, and so they don't worry a- I1
bout it. And then again some of
the most righteous fellows in the 1
world worry so much about their
Mm: that they ain't aver very "
The preacher came around to sea
John Blight, a stonemason, and the r
prracncr w*s bwitt uisb ?ionn was u
sovnear being dead from having a n
rock fall on him. The minister (
souldn't forget John's bad life r
"Wt.ll," he says "I'm awful [
sfrai-i. John, that I won't set. you
in heaven." >
"la that right?" says John. "I'm
twful sorry to hear it, Parson. 1
Won't see me in heaven, hay? - y
What kind of devilment you been c
up to. Parson?"
AoieiKua N?w? Veslurj*, Inc. . _
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x)cal stores unite /
n savings stamp* veek
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A million stores frotn coast to ,
oast thai Kiugs .Mountain stores -j-^
ro Joiokr.w with are selling J>-fonae
tavlngs Stamps in >tJie bittnt-st reill
sales effort on record. " |js
A report of tills nation-wide cx- ^
M1MOII Ol rolUll OUUdS tor me HHP ,,
f 'Savings Sfuwnp* wam .j-j
utile to St* rotary .\Ion4-.ntluiu tiy |}J
1st J. llenjamln H. Namm. Chairman ,(1.
f the Twsimvy's Retain, Advisory Su
onimitxn*e*. This committee. which jl(
eludes representatives of the "14 j,
itsuit nati<J)i.?l retail assocpatiotm-: ,
a.-t )i!i dg< <1 i-o'niplelo cooperation
r> the Trtsnurv in connection, with (.j
lleUiilors - loi-Oefi-n^e'' Week, in
titutlujg tlue sale of Stamps m s?tor
s everywhere. c
,Ditrtug next week ? frojrt Sep
r in her 15 through Sept. .20 - spec
it demon strations including pn iu
[ides, band coucons, fireworks dis
lays and numerous other events
re piaiiiud for communities in ull
eotioius of, tin- Nation. 4o mark ttie (
tiatlgu ration of Defn.se Stamp
ales is a vast national program by fi(,
lor chants everywhere. *
In liis report to the Secretary,,
lajor Narum pointed out that the
uwn>eii,se increa.se to the number
f retail outlets, for the sale of Deease
Savings Stamps means that
tore ttian two a/tid one-half million
mployees of retail stores have enlisted
iu . sulrsmeu for Uncle Sam.
i'ltli retail stores in every city,
own and hamlet selling U. H. JX*i
nse Stamps. Major Naiom declard
that the tlov eminent has ot.list I
<i ueltlhtr ir\ fh!a tinilit.nvftr
igger than the combined Army.
Invy and Murine Corps,
luy to Buy Stamp*
"TIiin Ui tlie greatest (rational ef
tirt > vi1 r iimaa m wjhui m dtie iins |n
uct in retail history." M*>'r Xamra
aid.- "\\> cannot under estimate
lie itrnmoadous part which the rw ,
all store employees are playing inhls
Important undertaking All of
is are making it our patriotic duty ((
o have tliose stamps available for
lurchasc by everyone. We want to S|
uake Defense Savings Stamps Ihe
us'.ost possible product to buy.
1'hese Stamps, as everyone knows,
an be saved convetiiwitly in handy
llaujis and later exchanged for
lefense Savings Bonds."
11. S. Neill. County Chairman of
he sale of the iDeforise 1 loads and
'.amps stated .that local merchants
hrough the Kings Mountain Mer hants
Association. would Join. in,
his special week bogiuir.iiig Moil- .
lay. Miss Selena I'arton. executive
Secretary of the Association, has
unified participating merchants to
lave a supply of the SUuups on
land for the ectat nioncc ot their
i3 Local Young Men Now i
[n Selective Service I Fl
A total of 8:i young mfin from the
Mn?u VfAn-nt.'itn. Tlrsift lln.'ivd jiro
k'UO" ? '? " * ? ? |g,
iow in the Army according to Mrs.
higene Mathis, Clerk, to the Local
toard. This number docs not in- .
Iude the 11 selectees who left yeserday
for Fort Bragg, and if all of
hem are accepted the total will be
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Out of the 107 who have been
ent to Cnnrp only 24 have been recqttel.
which ir approximately 25
i rc<>|!? which i.? what was expected g
y .Draft Officials. The next call for '
ten is for October 14th for 15 white
electees to be sent to Fort Bragg.
i call is expected between Oct 20
r.d 30th for colored selectees.
The local Board has tinder conideratlon
the selection of a local
itizoii as lteemployinent Committee j
tan, who will assist men released
ram, the army in securing reein-1 >
toyment. The person selected will
orve as laison agent bt'tween re- j '
liming soldiers and employeers . j
lames Dickey At
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Salisbury. Sept. 8? James Dickey, tr;
f Klngw Mountain. 20 year old new of
omcr to the ranks of Catawba foot uc
tall players, is making a determined ed
ight for a berth on tho 1941 edition iot
>f the North State Championship i?i:
oottoall team here,
The Indian*, havinxr sixteen letter eo
nan on hard for a tail camp sched- bo
lo. Sfevuld be at a peak this "oaaon nc
rhe will probably make up fa
he wtariin?^tB<mp" while a number It
if new arrivauT^WTWrtTfJ?' Dickey, to
hould compos? a formidable rosea of
e force. ar
X'atawba will open the slate Sept.
?. when Davls-Mkins, from Elklns. tli
Vest Va., will l>? in town for the ci
ipentag tilt. m
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?Buy Defense Bonds and Stamps?
..., i'liinfaii .
Label On Your Paper An#
Oont Let Your Subscription
FIVE CENTS PER COPY
Kiupp* vjonrlaln wjll ? be well
presented m a number ol colle&mi
several sva-jes u.uriug cue eow
< term as fc2 boys und girls Qavo
t or -piHtm rig u> lea.ve shortly to
lor places cvt' higher education/) ' ,
lia number' is ^thought to be the
... thi history of Kings
LHinUviu Th<v Jloralt ss?cnired.. the
is from it;.* Churches and from
iss Isbuise Putnam, secretary In
i> School Kiiperintcudesh's office,
le; list nuty not bo cooinploie. arid
o or two may have been over- i
iked., U' so l'!e Herald apologizes,
line families wilt be representcd
two or in.or?- colleges or. universl s
at tin -ame time The llsfi so
mpllod ! y Tip Herald follows:
Prom lk>yc?* Memorial A K P.
lujflt ano Sunday School Phyllis
Ptittereon, fcrf-kine _
Margaret, Italter+ev, \V. t' U , N.
Juntos Itatt-?e? U. N C.
.luaxilla Hudspeth. f'harlotu- Uuaoss
Clara Kchols, p. N <
JhP.le 11 f Jr., Appalachian.
Prom' St Ma.it.hews l.uUu-ruin
lurch and Suoday School:.
.Miles .uii! Kmcst Mauney, <_"<->*irvafory
?>f Music, Oberlln, Ohio.
George Mauney. State College. v
Roy Kiser." State College.
James Gibson, Appalachian.
Isouiee Kaiser. Appalachian.
Peggie Haker. W. C. V. N. C.
.Richard Maker, I/Oioir Rhytio.
Prances Cronse, \V. C. T
Prancos Oettrotw. R retard. Col>?e
George Ploak. C N. C.
Clarence -pionK, Jr., I*. N. c.
Clara Plonk, I/Cnoir IEhvne,.
Jacob Lackey. Southern Lutheran
mh i nary
J^roni Central Methodist Church <
id Sunday School;
llacliael Smith. Meredith College.
Carolyn Carpenter, AppalachianCharles
Alexander, lilanton Buwi
Baddy Williams, Statu- College.
.Dorothy and Ned Hayes, Hoyer'a
as in ess College.
Clara Mae Guntt. W. C. T. C.
jsle McGinn Is, W. C. T. C.
Bill Gantt. W C T. C. .>.?
Corradlr.e Ms>*?. W C. T. C
Dorothy Plonk. I! S*. C. '"J
Mary Julia Pollock. W. C. I' N.C.
Dorothy Hoke. W. C. 1;. N. C.
Maud'- Plonk. Greensboro College.
Charkvs Carpenter .CIctus011 Col- ,
iDrACe Peeler. WofTord College
Hal Olive. Wake F'oreM.
Prom First "Presbyterian Church
id Sunday School; .
Colleen Campbell. Flora McDonald
Nancy Niueksl, Montrent.
A?uo Ruddock, Appalachian.
Alice Betty Matiney. \V. C. U. N.C
B?'tty Nclsler. Mafy Baldwin.
iBetty Par rick, Peace.
Elizabeth Plonk, Lenoir-Rhyne.
Billy Ruddock, Cletnson.
Charles Thomasson, University ot
Jitnmle Dickey", Catawba
Buck Wontack, N. C. Stato.
Jack Parsons, N. V. Medloal Colge.
Jim Nickosl, Davidson.
Jim Darricoit. Davidson.
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i aui .xfiMcr, ,ir., jmvinsou.
Lawrence Patrick, Davidson,
flcorge Thotnasson, Davidson
Charles Hixlor. Columbia Theolocal
Sara bee Harrill, Atlanta Bust s?
From .Firnr Baptist Church and
Ben, Bridgets, Catawba.
Juntos Edward Amos Mars 11 ill-.
Kolille KcetCtv Mars Hill.
(Cont'd on hack |wk<')
Iplnlona Expressed In Thte Colnn
Are Not Neceaaarlly the Vtewa
of Thla Newapaper.)
As consumers throughout the court
y are beginning to feel the ptoch
shortages In liuuty of the prodits
they were formerly ac custom to
buy freely, increased attentn
is being given here to the probm
It Is a complex and considerably
infused problem-a* present. , TO
one observers at least <t seems
h?cUnmsI>' tub. Itecent actions of a
w of the officials now worU-tng on
suggest that they are exempting
solve It somewhat In tho matvnsr
tho man who Jumped on a horse
id galloped off In all directions.
Those holding this view point to
io fact that throe months ago gov
nment off lota la were urging alt
anufacturers to use leas suic and
Oak- copper. But now copper ta
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