Final Rites Held |
For Miss Hope
Funeral services wereh?hi May 17
at 4 p. m. at First We*l?yan Metbo
dim church for Muss Mary Ella Hope,
$2, !'.*rm<?r resident of Kings Moun
tain who died late Sunday nitfht at
her horn** in Ooncord of a heart at
Rev.-J. W. Phillips, pastor of the
church, officiated. Burial was in
Mountain Rest cemetery.
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ELMER LUMBER CO.
UCN T SAY FLOOR PAINT , SAY FLOR-CEAL
Concord for the past eight years. She
was a member of the First Wesleya n
Methodist church here.
She was the daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hope.
She is survived by four brothers,
\J. t. and George Hope of Kings Moun
tain. Will Hope of Mt Holly and Lew
its Hope of Gastonia; three sisters.
Mrs. Beatty Morrow of Cherryville,
Mrs. Roy La ugh ridge of Concord and
Airs. Calloway Henderson of . Kings
Mountain; and a numb^.- of half
brorhers and sisters.
i Bible School Plans
Announced By Church
Plans were announced this week
for vacation Bible school at Central
Methodist church. The school will o
1 pen June 16th and will close June
j- Every Methodist child form the
! Beginners department through the
| Intermediate department is urged
to attend the school daily. Clasi^s
will be held from 9:00 a. m. until
11:30 p. m.
"Worship, study and music will
I play an Important part in the school,
6ut thffre will be lots of tun and re
freshments, too.", the announcement
. read. .
Instructors in the planned curric
ulum will include Mesdames Paul
C. Hendricks, D. L. Parker, F. H.
Pruitt, D. R. Hamrick, Otto Hehn, Hoi
land Dixon. James C. McKinney. T.
W. Grayson. H. C. Mayes, E. W. Grif
fin, Charles G. Dilling, and J. Lee
SettlemyTo, Miss Joyce Biser, Harvey
L. Bumgardner and others.
"These teachers are well qualified
to conduct an interesting, success
ful Bible school and we are looking
for Methodist paTents to send a rec
ord number of children to the classes
this year," a spokesman said.
First Loop Victory
Craft spun baseball team topped
Linwood May 17 : in Gastonia to
notch a win in the Gaston Textiles
Baseball league. Final tally was. 16
Next home game of the team,
managed by Olland Pearson, is Sat
urday when they meet Algodon of
Bessemer City. ' ..
Harold Phillips, business manager
of the team announced last week
addition of Bob Huffstotler, former
star catcher of Central high school
and the American Legion juniors, to
the squad roster.
I Orattspun now holds a loop record
of one win and two losses, with a 7- ;
all encounter, called after 11 fram
es because of darkness, to be played
Summary of the May 17 game:
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Notice of Meeting
Board of Equalization
Hub is to notify Taxpayers of Cleveland County fttrt
the Board of Commissioners, sifting as a Board o>1
equalization and Review, will convene at the county
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FRIDAY, May 27, 1949
fot ?ao purpose of hearing complaints in regard to as
sessed valuations due to improvements, or otherwise.
Club Hears Report
On Sport Insurance .j
Directors of the Mountaineer Club. I
Inc., in a called meeting held at the ?
Woman's Club Thursday night. May ,
12. iieard a re[?ort Relative to insur '
ance on high school athieres.
Report was made by C. E. Warllck.
insurance committee chairman of
the athietlc txxwters club. He report
ed that insurance covering all sports
would oost $3.25 per boy per nine
months and that insurance for all
sports excluding football would cost
$1.50 per 'boy, each with a minimum
of $100 per poHcy.
The board reser^t^d action on the
insurance resort until a later meet- \
Main topic of discussion during
?the meeting was whether the club
would accept an Invitation to spon
sor the Western district semi pro
ioarnampnt of the National B.i-->ebali
Congress, a tourney neld here for the
past two years under the sponsor
ship of the Kings Mountain Lions
club. The -invitation was declined,
due to condition, of tVie park and oth
The board heard several commit
tee report^, including a camp com
mittee report that the Kings Moun
tain .State, Park camps had already
be?*n filled through Sept. 1. The
camp committee is Seeking location
['?<* i Weekls training trip for Hie
I hitfft *ehool football Mam.
i Ail directors were pm^ent e?cept
; V/. J. ?'u!ker>on "a.-> out of town.
Shipments of IrHh Potatoes ito
markets from the opmmercial pro
; dvomg areas of Virginia and North
Car^ina will be limited to U. 3. No.
I o" hewer grade and .size, as was
,he case during the 1948 season. This
ni< iust been announced, effective
, May 3. by the U. 3. Department, of
Agriculture in line with recommen
dationa made toy the Southeastern
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