I ' jtea-diato Trading Aroa 15,000
Tho Harold, at tb# nquHl of
??rera} to-Ibis w*?fc salting
up it?If a* a nMifiag station
for fa?-will fasoMoi to a
fund for forthorlng tbo work at
Carl Davidson Memorial *?"? j'
m m ^ m p
For tl^ p^t ?v?<d WOOICS. UP
camp site accsMlbl* dfAtH*
it in shop*.
??*??? !**wUh to h*ip "*
Principal Ikoilin who Iwfi w
far aided la tho work mn Harold !
Mttoato & C?Oa?U|0HOanip|
mm - '.i*-' i? 'i"Vf C 4jtaTJ^i* ":>L J -? . I
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local ma r
Mo Mt^vdjJj fcm*t I
Wtt >||tf|<)M| ^ ^ mmtmk
U?t 1M tTi Ntt'tf MW Tfcfflwlj
Out Of J
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1 .VlwWW^WV ej
reading and a first ^iivtsion rating ci
in marchng at the anu'al school tl
music contests at Greensboro.
The Girls Glee Club, directed by ti
mSveJaS hpm?rS$gJ & ? S
their singing of The Cherubim C
Sonv." And SUtv Can. lm<K < ..? ...
The bend'* Greensboro perform- J
included performing at, - .411 4.-nigh 91
school football gJHM* S^Ai^qti 4
^/\a^v?aenoe i^rtne |>^q or ?
c?nc?r. - M
Headquarter*, 512 Ptedmpnt avenue, ci
|,_ v^niii JTSimi"IT,H _
> File For ]
. ' ' J .* ST
hi School PoM
let fin Tuesday
1. R. Davis, prominent Kings
[ountain lawyer, city and county
ttorney, was the only candidate to
le (or Watil school trustee by the
rard 1 school trustee election, Mr.
avis will thus succeed A. H. Pat
eson, veteran of many years on
te city school board, who did not ;
le for re-election. J
Mr. Davis himself did not regies'
until the final day. City Clerk
arl Sawyer logging the official
otice of candidacy at 9:30 Wednesty
There had Been some rumor that i
darles F. Thomasson, Jr., Was to I
ie, but.this development did not "|
Formal election, as required by law |.
Ill be held Tuesday a* the City
all, Ward 1 polling plac??.;
Different from the May 13 election |
e city offices, only registered vo- j
trs of Ward 1 will have the oppormity
of voting in the school board |
Foils will open at 7 a. m. Tuesday | ]
korning and close at 6 p. nr. Elec
on Officials will beC, U Blafck. red- ,
itrar, W. H. Jenkins and C. E. War- i
ck. To be eligible to vote a Ward <11
Itizen must be registered not lat#r .
lan Saturday. .
Mr. Davis, who has lana ?-'
ve In the commercial, civic and r| .
Sggi JWeof 83ajt?
|nf|^ tfwllvSMfc *r vr*ju I
. *>w^,." I]l
Flruil TMHkn^bHm* th
AflMB VjJU'. I
MKRt fpT. 11M?. spOFf?6 MOttlittln \ |w^r* |
r' -m * '.41 , |
iVard 1 Sch?
; _ __ ' __ _ '_ "k .1.
CANDIDATES FOB CITT OFFICES?S
ttoe offlcM to be filled in the cfty el*
Phffer, nandirtnte tor Ward 5 Commie
Kr? candidate for Ward 4 Commissions
V. KT Manney Ii
Lions President Fi
W. K. (Billy) Mauney, Jr., prominent
hosiery manufacturer, was elected
president of the Kings Mountain
Lions club for the year 1947-48
St the regular meeting of the club
on April 24 sit the high school cafeteria.
The election of officers featured
the meting of the club, with no formal
program given. \
Other officers elected were: W. J.
Fulkerson, W. B. Logan and Joh|
Caveny, vice-presidents, Hubert
Dayldapc, secretary, Fred Wright,
JrU' trf aeurer, Hilton Ruth, Lion ToX?dOUoWHUm?a:t^
f?*^.'0^ *** event **? be fumbWMl.
I fllllll I nil be SU cents, lnclud
In* fax. t ;
Among the member* ef the club
committee en the event ue George
Peeler, F. R. Summers and B. 3. NetlL
liembers of the dub ere conducting
en advance ticket sal* this week.
David U Saunders left Wednesday
lor Cincinnati, Ohio, end Chicago.
' 'Hfln iSma IMQUL WtocnftOBTf of tkf -1
INi lloiietels ,
aHMMUMP WHT ClMMBbOt'
. Mg|L /, JjBr V.3fsB * 7*
n? w*i?rVfy' t \ rl
too ifftijH u'AiL.ijJ[ajJ
.' t. ?Ar -*V\+ -? ./ ' : * ."?
* i "' *More
BP^ ' '
for tk* six cRy artmlntstrartka
of May IS. AtMl Is H?Utt XX.
Dow. osd at rifflt is O. T. Bay**. <
, b Elected
Juniors To Practice
Saturday At 9;3? A. M.
Coach Don Parker of the Kings.
Mountain flmetlcc Loglsn Jun-.
ior baseball team win nan sell yee- ?
terday that practice wtU fae heW
Saturday morning fat City Stadimn' ]
at 9:30 a.m. ' ^
. ** ^*jhbmi * . j
SStVti line* the start of Worid
War il.Announcing the names of
students on the class honot roUV
students elected to membership i%
pM#eta Kappa, PI Kappa Lambda:
P Sigma XiJ respectively national
and solencev and ato ttjenSnheof,
aUs^kWMwIjp have receivedJfradTheta
Kap5Lt# mtxUi:7t1,tteneV ^;
King* MountaWV^N: C. frndat Jacob
Mauney w*? ltwed matefajnm
eat ?t?artef 61 aH,<>neerv*tory Mmiors
gtadotilng In June S^UfU*.
wttf* the degree pf Bachelw of muale.
^ 'A i
University MlverM the HoSirbeJ
Obaiiifj yiaMMPtottp*ttffctVnM*# ,
lege of Arta and Science#, altd Dr.
Frank H. Shaw, director of the Ctmaervatory
gflMuac, presented ' the
jbe shdwiiet A* Dtele
^ |1 i^Jtv tjy
I VM "IB ^yP^PMP*
I DO!ntm#!Tlt of a Hntr>lviAtlno jijului
Race Wanns Up
Election May 13
Shortly before the Horald's
Thursday morning 10 o'clock deadline,
W. r. Laughter, who had tiled
his candidacy for mayor on
,Monday, came to the Herald of;
fice and announced he was withdrawing
from the race.
Mr. Laughte:*made the following
am withdrawing my Candidai'oiinMn.
by my friends lnurglng me to
mate the race. Howeeer. after I
careful consideratien. I fool that
it U for the boot Interests of the
community, my friends and myself
personally to withdraw my
The withdrawal loft Oar land E.
Still as the only candidate for
Seven additional candidates have
officially filed notice of candidacy
for city administrative positions or
have otherwise announced their can
dtdactes this week. The new candidates
make a total of 12 in the field
for the six positions, with less than
a week left to file for the May 13
The new candidates were:
For Mayor?W| F. (Bill) Laughter
and Garland E. Still. For
Ward 1 commissioner?M. H.
(Smiley) Myers and Hunter R. Neja
,<r i i
For Ward 2 commissioner?C. J.
Gault, Jr., and Carl F. M&ttney.
For Ward 3comlssioner?B. A.
'According to offlcthl tally from
City Clerk Karl S. Sawyer at 5:15 1
Wednesday afternoon, all the new V
oandtdstM nrdfldntA/1 *1*^
* pvjuii ZSTiSfttXZ*
KMX hlad at tilla. m.
filed their $5 filing fees, except C. i.
Gault, it., who notified the Herald
Wednesday night that he would be
Only other officially announced
candidate Who had not officially filed
was Jphn Henry .Mode, candidate
for Ward A commissioner.
V^knnounqement by Mr. Gault assured
a contest for every post except
in Ward 5,.where Marriott D. Phlfer
U this fair thie only candidate.
Political talW meantime was in*
Creasing fa al/nost every . section
bf the cjw, With majority of the-political
-observers predicting more
announcements before the final
deadllr^ foy filing on Wednesday,
H. Tom'Fulton, former member
df the hoard a nd mayor pro tempore
uium a. winiams and O. O. Walker
were; being talked of as possible
mayoral candidates, and there was
? > ; (Cont'd on page eight)
Information Given ' 1
Registration for the forthcoming
dry election, which picked up slight
ly last weekend, are, expected to "
increase considerably this Week as
thedeadline for registering near*. ,
According to City Clerk Karl Sawyer,
registering Will end on Saturday
May M, which is also challenge
dag. While the registrar* are at the
polling places only on Saturdays,