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WOUA PAY OF P&AYB& ^
This yMr the annual World Day (
9< Prayer la to be observed from
48 noon to 1:00 P. M- on Friday,
March'8, at the First Baptist church.
This la a nnion service and all '
sure invited to attend.
O A. (Pete) McKnight, assist- !
suit to the managing editor of the <
? Charlotte News, will address memhit*
of the Kings Mountain Kiwan- .%
elub at their meeting at the Vo- 1
> Man's Club Thursday night. Mr. I
jfesKnight, a native of Shelby, 1
/ spent the war year* in Puerto Bi- <
co, where he wa managing editor
and later editor of the only Eng
'^v.Ssh lanmiase newsoaoer on the is
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,2~ MERCHANTS HALLOS* \
Mrs. Lynwood Parton, s^retary
j?f the Kings Mountain Merchant*
- jM?ociatiou, this week requested all ?
liiambers to return ballots"Jfnx. ihe f ?
flection of officers by Friday, deadline
of the Toting. v
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ItKlB TOP KABBDCAH pi
i? Waynesboro, Va., Feb. 2?.?Thornits
P. Baker, of King* Monntala, 0
<gX, a cadet at Fishbnrue Military
mehool (Waynesboro, Va.,) with a
'feorc of 189 oot of a possible 800
In the recent . William Randolph *
tear* National BOTC Rifle Mat- w
*h, captured *%he*,' individual
' core honors in tha essentially mill- 01
dary schools division of the Third
feervice Command. Cadet Baker's
Score will be snbmitted to the War g
y WW ?WW|P??V AVI UA?1UUA1
honors with the scoree from the '
bther eight Bmkt Commend*. 111
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&&& iummmmm away
r-Mi, Kint? lCoo^t&t ^h afchool ;?*?
i igpra play thehr teat rsgnlarty echo- *
fttuled 1946 nn^f at Marion Friday
night. Games with NOBD, ppstponv
ad due to an epidemic of meaalee, *
'' nay bo played at a later date, high
, school officials Indicated.'
J ' A0T1V1T1B8 SOHBDUIiB 0
Schedule of Saturday's activity
program, as announced by Earl
Both, recreation director, follows: w
9:30?11:15, grammar school boys;
'1:30 3:15 high school boys; 3:15- "
4:30, girls. A total of 95 participatod
in the program last Saturday.
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JAYCBB MBBTOrO A
, Members ?t th? Kings Mountain
" Junior Chamber of. Commerce will c
'hold their regthar monthly bail- A
'nes* meeting Friday night at 7
"' 'clock at Ottv^Kan. , E
v V'e v
jbomb r*di* krivxpn
Among Klnga ^fountain men ar- , ?
Mrs* home this WMk' with dlschar- 1
W ftOB the armed forces W^ge >
'Xtrtorg* Robert Watterson, ton of '
*r. aad Mr*. W. L. Wattereon, who B
Tserred In the European - African
9theaters, Aubrey Clay, and Lee A.
"iPayas, both returning from the Pa- n
\ l theater, and Tates Gordon, ?
jg^Wt??W? employee. >
City firemen answered three a- K
. . lame daring the past week, ex' tinguikhing
grata nree after alarm* ?
turned in Saturday at noon, w
V Vr Sunday aiternoon and Tuesday af-v *
?.<amoon. No damage was reported
" bSvTildBtt Cfcady King. ^ ^
flAVB BOOK WO. it
A dtulletin frbm OPA hbadqttar- ' t(
jjteie W * Baleigh reminds house- *
^arleea thai War Bation Booh 4
' -he retained In anticipation T
of tta 'HlMattoh of anotheT sugar J
. ' taagp. Ii was stated that a spare
^?taMp WWUld be used for the next fl
Policemen J. Haywood Ah, m
* >w att*nd the
Red Cross D
Io Launch F
felmaCraft To Begin
)peration On Monday
alma-Craft, manufacturers <
chenille apraada and abac ruga, wl
go Into operation Monday of nei
reek, it Vm announced this wee]
The plant will open on a on
(hlft, eight-honr operation and wl
employ approximately 90 peraona.
Vernon Oroeby, who'will manai
the an* finh mid that ebanille m
*iiltin oDcrntMf wlihlnc cmnVwridt
it the firm should mo him at th
plant on the York rof* Friday an
Saturday of this week.
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Members of Kings Mountain Juni
ham be r ' of Qommence formally
opted O eonatifktion and by-laws
bueinoee seasion v held at City H
tat"'Wldhy ntjgbt,'laid plans ior
regrarn of activities, had hea
mmhtee appointments of Preside
The organisation will hold sen
lonthly meetings on the first a
bird Friday nights of each mon
ith the first meeting to be a dim
Daee schedule of the recently fo
i organisation will be $5 per qtu
ii> who s mree-aguir lnumuoa xi
It ?u announced that the state <
animation directors had recomme
i granting of A charter to the lo<
roup, .and that 62 King* Mounts
ten were lilted at charter membe
Committee appointment# followi
,.v BXTBBXMXt AITAXB8 ,
Project! Committee: Otto Wllliai
V. L. Mauney, Jr.,. Tolly Shufo
Americanism: George H. Hone
hairman, Fred J. Wright, jr., a
. C. Crook.
Youth Program: Chas. T. Carps
sr, jr., Chairman, James D. Han
eorge H. Mauney and Bill Davis.
8afety Committee: Hal W. Wai
haiyman, P. F. Cranford and Hi
Christmas Activities: Albert A. i
in, Chairman, Bill Davis, Arth
Talker and Boy C. Mauney.
Fire Prevention: Bruce McDanj
hairman, F. Ertle Powers and Fr
Public Health: Paul W. Walk
hairman, 8. L. Parton and ATtx
. All ran.
Agriculture: Garrison Goforth, J
rvin M. Allen, jr., and J. 81o
Governmental Affairs: Joe Maum
turfman, M. D. Phlfer and Jo
L-SCoss. < ' v
_ a .si lsl^_. /ti.
rtwriD ? AciiTinai; i>umic<
lower*, Chairman, , James E. Ant
y and Joaah B. Faun,
nmiTAL ART AIM
Membership and Attendance Co
littee: Ernest W. Neat, Chairmi
tames Houston, James E. Antho
nd John H. Moss.
Membership Education: Jar
ooper, Chairman, James Hons
larl 8awyer and F. Ertle Powers,
Publicity Committee: Mnrtin
[arman, Chairman, Carroll E. Ba
i, "William' 8. Fulton and Carl
Prog..m Committee: William
ogan, Chairman, W. K. Mauney, j
nd OsmonSee McDanlel.
Sports and Recreation: James Li
?n, Chairman, James E. Benne
rfd Gfl$a Comwell.
leadership Training: Karl 8. Ba
er,. Chairman; Brace Peeler, Fi
. Wright, it. d|id Jacob Cooper.
Finance Committee: J. Wilson Cr
ord and W. K. Mauney, Jr., eo-eha
>en, and James H. Page.
lun&w&y School Boys
RTore Picked Up Hero
Hobart MeOraw and Lorain H<
rd, two runaway students of Ore
urv vcnvui mi o, w?i?
-eatsA by City MIiwiih Hijywt
itMa n Ttbratjir lfl^, on thiVj
?' t^iookwit- for tbe p*ir ?Aw
H>M MOUWTAIH, V. a THUM
Kings MountainRed Cross
campaign will get underway next
Tuesday morning, following a campaign
dinner on Monday night at 7
o'eloek at the Woman's Clnb, where
^ Red Cross officials, campaign workers
and citirens will hear an address by
Mrs. Johnnie Pound, Red Cross recreation
supervisor at Mobre General
^ hospital, Swannanoa.
J. E. Uerndon, drive chairman,
..1J tft* *
miu ov/iuu isu persons mre expected
|t* to attend the Monday night campaign
ai.i-s. Grady King is handling tick'*
et sales for the meeting, and persons
wishing to attend the banquet should
contact her immediately for reserva->
tions,,Mr. Herndon announced.
Mrs. Pound, a native of Henrietta,
received specialHzed Bed Cross training
in Washington, D. C., in 1943.
She is a graduate of Georgia State
college for Women.
Goal ?f the campaign this year is
ioc $8,050, as compared to the $10,000
s. quota list ^ear.
"The lowered quota is indicative
Kg of the, lessened demand for services
6/ the bross,'J"Mr. Herndon said j
T(j "but it is absolutely imperative that
lDt our 1946 quoth be met in full."
Following is the organization for
Industrial Employees: George Honth
ier' Kings Mtn. Mfg. Co.: Aubrey Manney,
Chairman, B. B. Tate, J. L. Putno
nam, Zeb Falls, Mrs. Bessie McGin,f.
nis and Miss Fhy Moss.
M. Superior Stone Co.: Herman Camp*
BP> bell, chairman; Balph Mauney and
n)j Mrs. Clyde Kearns.
Mauney Mill: Carl Mauney, chair
man; Mr. and Mr*. Charlie Ban J ail,
^ Bufoa Mitvham, Mr*. Margaret Wllllama
and Mlaa Juliette Uren.
Mauney Hosiery Co: W. K. M^un
n. ey, Jr., chairman; Mian Elolse Band-,
r(j all, Mr. and Mr*. Murphy BUI and
' Mr*. C. L. Peele.
ert Cora Mill:* Z. P. Cranford, chaired
man; Frank Cranford and Ira Falls.
Park Yarn MU1: H. Y. Ballard,
m. chairman; W. L. (Randall, Sid Moss
.[t| and Mrs, Grace Blanton.
Phenix Mill No. 2: George Peeler,
chairman; Emmctt Shivar, Joe Sulh4?.
van and Mack Cinner.
. Phenix MU1 No. 1: C. G. White,
H11 chairman; Mrs. Myrtle Payne and
lUr Mrs. Pauline William*.
Piedmont Rug Mill: Arthur Allen,
lS] chairman; C. M. Putnam and L. M.
Margrace Mill: W. J. Fulkersoti,
er chairman; Mia* MatUda Dedmon Miss
jr^ Emma SeUars, Mrs. Robert Miller,
Mrs. Clareoce Jolly and Mrs. Pearl
mn' Bonnie Mill: B. L. Mauney, chairman;
Mrs. Willie Griee, Mr*. Helen
s_ Allen, Robert Morrison and D. P.
? Randall. , .
Piatt* Mill: Harry Pugs, ehalr- I
B. (Cont'd on page four)
b City Bus Servici
er> Officials of Kings Monntaln Ban'1
company announced Wednesday com-'
k' plete schedules for the ttanguration j
ra-.of city bus service Friday morning, |
J the schedules Including ,a shuttle ser- >
vice between Margrace and Sadie !
?- Mills, via Phenix Mills, and a pick- j
(* ? up aervlee, coinciding with transportation
needs of textile employees, op-!
kT* crating between the Shelby and |
'**? CherTyville roads, via the Cora MH1. j
The complete schedule* are prist- j
,w ed on page 8 of today's Issue of the 1
Hal 8. Plonk, manager of ihe firm
ftW said that it was discovered whin
'r working oat the schedules that the
company will be unable to provide
half-hour afternoon aervlee on Um
shuttle schedule with only two bases,
with whieh the company Is starting
operations. He said that the service,
beginning on an hourly basis, woiftd
>M be stepped up to a half-hour basis jfn
the afteraoono as quickly ae an afl-1
w dltlonal bus eaa be obtained.
3 A'tAC Jrl7
n* - tw> llae *111 v1
l*y? at the earner, ef Battlegrotmd ?T?n*'
? and Mouetetn etreet, tad tie plekvp
ttrr tertlee will eoleelde with the ehnt^e
:. flttri/!!'* ,m *9^*'
DAT, TBBSUAST 28, 1W6
CtAKDZDATB ? Junes
ft. )Mh abora, la a candidate for the 0
PeawiutaUi nomination for Judje of 8r
Otereland county recorder's court.
The Herald Inadvertently listed Mr. , 1
Otlne as a candidate for Uollcltor in
Ha edition last wuV M
Three Men ,b"
Bound Over 2
Henry and Gene Earle and Hilt
Martin were bound over to Cleveland
County Superior Court without bond an
in Becorder's court here Monday on ,
chargei of aeaault with a deadly wea- t_
pon with intent to kilL ^
PoHee Chief W. C. Timmoni said ^
that the three men entered th* Phenix
apartment residence of Boland a
Mote and assaulted him with a rixio -t
oa the early morning of February 17.
Beason for the assault, Chief Tim- n#
mons said he was told by the defendants,
was the defendants' contention ^
that Moss had caused the separation
Vote-her husbhnt of "the Karje broth- th
era' sister and Martin's sister-in-law. ^
These cases highlighted the Monday Br
Two defendants drew jail terms.
Kitty Bolick, found guilty of vagrancy
and public drunkenness, was w
given two 30-day terms, to rnu con- . I
currently, and Matthew Barnwell!
went to jail for 30 days on a public
drunkenness charge when he failed to Si
pay the costs. .
A. P. Porter, found guilty of speed- ]
ing was fined #16 and costs, and |
James Jones wm fineil $10 and costs g^
for driving a car without a license. .
Joe E. Howell was fined $5 and costs ^
for drunkenness and Scott Smith, R
who faced the same charge, forfeited ?
bond of $2S when he failed to apr
The following were taxed with the
costs for drunkenness: Wolford Hartsoe,
Robbie Roberts, B. T. Brooks, w>
Wlnifrsd R. Mack, James W. Wil
lianu ck Sellers, Lester Bell, Wad- J
dell Carroll, Hartsell Oorry and Arlny '
5 WiU Begin |
es Announced U
Flag At Stake Tonight iui
In Cage Loop 'Action hi<
Members of the clty-wlde basket-_
ball league wind ftp their regular.
season schedule at the high school ^
gymnasium tonight, with the out- ^
come of the second game?between
Phaalz-Oora and Margraoe Park. ?*
Yam?to have a strong bearing on
Uis fUial eAetul<MM I# Igasesaaa. P.
Puk Tub win*.
Fbwlx-Oatft, now In undliputod !
yamtmLmi 61 flxu* pUco. ?m m ?
up tt* flic wltb n victory, but i
UfMt will plfto* 'tho two ?<fi?Cft- xi
Uem tat ft flnft-pUOu -tto, iliciullir B
tiac ft playoff to Cotirrtlm tho p
undlaputod WteBU of tHo ctty wU* w
I The New U>4fl Dodge and ?ljnao*tk | _
automobile* wUl be oa dtep}*/ ^ B.'
and M.-*otata aathoriaed Dod?e- ?
lK"On*v 34wjfrs*Priday aenlt| at re
^0 o'elock, aaawiftog 4? aa aaaoaaaa- V
ft being bade today by the ?a? ^
er aid Q
iik' V^uUU^ Ji-U ?AM.UU:AifcM^!-u!i!il
Hal D. Ward, well-knoSwf Clevead
County citizen and state high- fl
iv patrolman, is announcing today
i candidacy for the Democratic nom H
ition for sheriff, subject to the ac- ..H
>n of the primary in May. ;9
Mr. Ward seeks the office now held
' Sheriff J. Raymond Cline, who
s announced that he will not offer
r thp nnat o or o i*i
Mr. Ward's entry into the race fl
ings the total candidates for the fl
eriff's nomination to four. Hi
Friends of Mr. Ward state that
ey have made plans for' conducting ^ ^
i active campaign, and Mr. Ward +.tn
a expressed himself as being ready mJln
see that the duties of the sheriff
e handled in an efficient manner. for s
A citizen of Kings Mountain, Mr. p
lrd has served the people of Cleveid
county for the past four years ^ g
atate highway patrolman. In this
?acity he has been closely aaeocia1
with the sheriff's office and is
nlliar with the requirements of
Mr. Ward is a life long member of
i Presbyterian church, is a 32nd |
gree Mason and a Shriner. He ia a I
mber of the American L?egion, the 1
ngs Mountain Junior Chamber of Am
. .-v MVUUMIIU miY
>na Club. ty b
He is 33 years of age and a veter regul,
of World 'War II. a joi
'If the voters of Cleveland Conn- King
see fit to ehooee me for the of- that
? of aheriff, they can be assured ,ier i
it they will alwaya receive eourte- $1,60*
and prompt aervieej-If nominated wide
d elected, I ahall work to the lim- J.
to tee that the department is op- latent
ated in the moat efficient man- ready
r, .he stated. quest
ICr. Ward is regarded here as an Shell
ticient and courteous officer. schoo
Already announced candidates,.. fee prrpa
e Democratic nomination for iher- reque
f are Hugh A. Logan, Jr., Clyde Thi
idges, and D. L. Willis, all of ready
Malcolm Campbell, dean of N. C. nient.
ste college textile school, speaking
a Lions club textile meeting Tues- BT1,t ,
y night, said that Germany's tex- nnt
e production could be running st fjjrnn
percent capacity if raw materials eiielb
ire available. Mour
Dean Campbell, speaking on "Some n
mdom Observation* of Germany," prrtni
is reporting on a recent trip he ~?adj
ide through Geymauy to investigate chain
stile improvements wrought by the heard
rmans daring the war. Moan
The textile plants of Germany voria
ire not more than 50 percent de- tern,
oyed, he said, hnt eaid the United gi^goi
stea is being particular to see that Aen
e plants do not get back into pro- gram
ction in a manner whieh would en- hoard
le them to manufacture war imple- gr
ints. , board
"It's only a small trick," he said, its ir
:o switch from production of eel- befor
lose rayon to cellulose nitrate, a the c
rh explosive." part
Present for the meeting were tex- about
e executives of Kings Mountain,
lerryville, Orover, Shelby and
Mr. Campbell ehowed slide-petnres \ Jj
people and scenes taken on his
sent trip. He was introduced by
D. Herndon. * "
Hilton Buth> welcomed as new
rmbers of the clnb Craig Falla, W.
[ Hill and C. P. Barry. Qr(
[. M. Building ft Loan
officials Be-Elected JS,
All officers and directors of the n
[ngs Mountain Bnildiag and Lsss ^
delation' were re-elected at the jj,# ,
aval meeting of the financial in- Artv
rtution held Pebrutry 14, at which ,
i the Msoctation finatarea tn food c|Jd,
niimn ud uteti totaling over Q<jf0]
d3,0t0. t tar, i
Offletn of tke association are W. trnot
. Maoney, president; J. C. KsHer, toot
< 0 president; and J. O. Lackey, aoe- tmat
Directors include Mr. Manney, Mr. <ier, >
'i - XaMer, B. L. Mauney, of. I
R. Davis, W.. M. Omntt, Dr.'L. P BUcl
3rtd#on<. a w Hullss- mmk
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rB CENTS PES COPT
OUNCES DID ACT ?' Hal
'ard, wall-known Kings Moonman
and aUU highway patrolU
annonncing hla candidacy' t?
for the Democratic nomination
herlff, snbjoct to tho action of
rlmary in May. Mr. Ward la the
Kings Mountain man to enter
prlng primary campaign.
>ard May Get
ong the items of business which
come before .the Cleveland Conn
oard of commissioners at their
ar March meeting on Monday Is
nt-request by county, Shelby and
Mountain school authorities
the board of commissioners orimmediately
the holding of
),000 bond election for a countyschool
H. Grigg, county schools snperient,
said Wednesday he was
to present the eounty's re,
and it was understood that
iy and Kings Mountain eitr
Is offielals wers making final
rations fos presentation of their
? three school groups have al- ?
approved a recommendation
the hoard call a vote seeking to
nate the present district method
uancipg in favor of county-wide
ler the present district arrange*
bond elections for each district
required for individual school
ct needs. There are 18 separate
1 districts. ?.
der the connty-wide arrangeimprovement
would be voted in one election
allocated on a per capita enroll*
basis. Approximate enrollment
a are: county, 67 percent;
y district, 22 percent; Kings
itain district, 11 percent. , >
N. Barnes, Kings ^fountain sutendent,
was out of town Wediy,
but Dr. L. P. Baker, board
nan, and B. 8. Neill, school
I member, said that the Kiags
tain board, while definitely fa
g the county-wide financing tyiand
tentatively favoring the
3,000 bond election, had not tafinal
action an a building profor
presentation to the county
1 of commissioners.
. Neill aaid the Kinga Mountain
I is anxious to fully determine
nprovement and expansion needs
e forwarding any requests to
ounty board. Kings Mountain's
of a 1.50Q,000 fund would be
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iver veterans of wahs of the ITi
lay nigjht oagamaojfctlra Kolsnn
oarh Port COOS, Vhthraas of ForWarm,
unanimously voting to
tho post aiUr the first Orovor
unity man killed la World War
i Gold was elected commander,
following officers were namedIP
T)tvir uiltW vU?u>Mnman<1hv
KtlMk, jwl* . iee-commaeW.
P. K<Mr, qoertermaetet;
> Beagle, pott advocate; Elmer
rth, eiaplatn; . 'William Carpeanrfm;
Noah Kleer, thiM-jmr
m; Vance Stronpe, two-jeer tree is!
and William Boark, one jeer**
1 - y
irttn MeOertcr, AUtrfct t epapman
C. K. Danger, end JNj^jUegari, ait J
he Kings Monatg??Mftay WfcweB
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