hews and Comments
By Mrv Thurmon Seism
Whai do you re ad in your ivorrve?
If Jesus shou id comt throutjn would
tie destroy whan you feed your soul
**pop? The Bible is the Christian's
book. No other book can come belor*
it. Dwight L.Moody *aid: "I never
raw a useful Christian who was not
a student of the Bible." pryden said.
4Tt speaks no loss than God in ev
ery line.'' David said: 'Thy word
have 1 hid in mine heart, that 1
might not sin against thee. Paul said j
"Study to shew thyself approved un, |
ANNUAL SUMMER COLOGNE SPECIAL!
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lletr'e y<"'T chance to have a *M? summer cologne
wardrobe at really refreshing navingft! Each fragrant*
in a smart, square bottle ? with a shiny braes, cap,
io cfo your dreeing table proud. Have a fragrance for
every mood?don't nun* thif Tu??y cologne sale!
NATIIRELLC, ? iifihl floral itmL u-ilh a faint,
rtftr shuip, hm I of verOtru*
FIjOWKH MAHT. fJWK'f 0/ itl(u > ti/ui laverukr
MIDNIGHT, un fu'lM but Uhirif fuiftanct
touched wUh mattery . ? .
Tuffv Siiiiiiurr(.o)oKifrti..|! uuuitnit .^tcb
to God, a 'workman that needeth not
to be ashamed, rightly dividing the
word of truth." Jesus said: "Ye shall
know the truth and the truth shall
make you free."
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Seism and chil
dren and Mr. Troy Bridges were Sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Bridges of Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Seism and sons
weer Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Putnam and family
B. T. U. will meet Sunday evening
at 7; 00.
Mrs. G. C. Teague has be6n elected
principal of our V. B. 3. All workers
have been assigned. It will be in
July. The exact, date win be decided
Mr. Hugh Falls made a delightful
talk Sunday morning upon ihe
Dixie Theatre Lists
New Shewing Schedule
Management of Dixie Theatre hasi
announced a new schedule po'-icy
The Dixie will ruh a double fea
ture program on. Wednesdays and
will run a single picture on Thurs
days and Fridays, eliminating the
Friday double features presented in
The firm wiH continue to run two
shows each Saturday aad single pic
lures on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Late shows w|Jl be run at 10:30 p.
m., on Mondays. Wednesday and
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH
T. W. Fogleman, Pastor
Morning service 11 a. m.
Sunday school each Sunday at
10 a. m.
Lamar Herndon. Supt.
Jessie Henson, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Wednesday. 7:00 p. _ m. Prayei
7:00 p. m. Evening worship,
? . ~?at us when it com** to low
price*. We've hundreds of them, be
t?n-w if* our policy to sell your favor
ite nationally advertised health and
beauty aids at the lowest possible pric.
t*. S? come to King* Mountain Drug Co.
today or any day and save money with
out sacrificing the high quality and
kncwL dependability of the brands
3mrs w 1
Injector Razor and MoUe
Both for 6Sc -
Baby Bottle Brash 49c
TOP BABY POWDER ......... .53c
STOPPETTE DEODORANT . . . $1-25
LIP FASHIONS? both $1.5*
RICHARD HUDNUT HOME
Permanent Refil Special $1.50
Everready Shave Brash 49c
New Haven Pocket Watch .... $3.80
Here's ? treat that makes
p. . the meal I It's our creamy
smooth Ice cream ? the per
fect dessert to top off a per
fect meal and to provide a
taste thrill for the entire
family. Why not give your
folks a surprise treat to
night by bringing home a
hall-gallon package of
pleasure from Kings Moan
tain Drug Co.
?gt Society Editor Phone 167
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Mauney left
Saturday for Boston to attend a Na
tional convention of Boy Scouts of
America. Mr. Mauney is a National
Miss Dorothy Price and Miss Cora
Herndon of Raleigh spent the week
end with Mrs. P. D. Herndon. .
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Payne had as
their guests Sunday and Monday
Mis$ Mary. Rice, and Mi&s Doris
Blankenship, of Black Mountain, N. |
Mrs. W. G. Hughes and Bill Hugh
es have returned from Palm Harbor,
Fla., where they spent the winter
I months. .
Mrs. Joe Dance and daughters, Jo- i
die and Pan of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs.
Rutft Robbins of Miami, Fla., are
spending several days with Mr. and
Mrs. Abie Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Allran and
son? Garry, Buddie Murray and
Jerry McCarter spent Sunday at !
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McClairt leav?
Sunday for Mars Hill. Their, daugh- i
ter, Miss Jean McClain, who has
been a student there will accompany
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ether ide of
of Black Bay, Va,, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Smathers of Charlotte were
guests of tfieir parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Patterson over the weekend.
I . Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Beam, Miss i
El>en beam and Mr^ Biahoh. Hern
don of Victoria, Va., -wore dinner,
guews Saturday nigh* ol Mr. and
| Mrs. Carl -Beam in Blacksburg. Wed
nesday, Mr. and Mrs. Johnoie Beam
accompanied by Mrs. Blanche Hern
don visited relatives in Badin.
Horace Hord, Dave Ray and Plato
Goforth attended an A A convention
| in Ashevitic during the weekend.
I Mrs. B. A. Murray spent several
days la.s.t week with her sister, Mrs.
Harry Howard in Maiden.
Misse? Diana Gamble, Helen Ram
sey and Irene Allen were Sunday
guests of Miss Janet McGinnis of
Mrs. O. W. Myers and Mr*. R. D.
| Goforth spent Monday in Charlotte
buying Fall coat s for Myers Dress
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Smith of Eliz
abethtown were guests of her father
Geo. W. Allen over the weekend.
Mr. and Mts. Ray Cleromer and
son, Johnnie of Dallas were Sunday
guests of Mrs. Merle Geatty.
Mrs. Lamar Herndon l?ft Saturday
by plane to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ken Carver in Aalls, Tex.
Guests in the home of Mrs. Lona
McGiH Sunday were Elmer McGill
of Mooresville, and LeRoy McGill
Mr. and Mr*. C. A. Butterworth, Mr.
and Mrs. ',J K. Willis and Mrs. Y. F.
Throneburg ?pent Sunday at Chim
ney Rook and other places o f inter
east in the Mountains
'Hev. and Mrs. J. G. Winkler of
Asheboro. Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Bren
dall were dinner guests Thursday
of Mr. and MrK H. C, Mayes.
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Grayson of
Greensboro attended the funeral Sun
day of Mrs. Reynolds' brother, Pvt.
i Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weir, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Early and Mrs. Lila Ir>
vln left Saturday for Carolina beach
to spend a week. Miss Dot Hayes and
Don Heavner spent Sunday with
Miss Margie Campbell of the Chi
na Grove school faculty was a week
end guest of her brother, H. L. Camp
bell and Mrs. Campbell.
Mrs. A. H. Patterson visited David
Maftry of Columbia, who is a pa
tient in Duke Hospital.
Guard Unit Sending
Three Men To School
i ? ?
Kings Mountain National Guard
I company announced this week that
three membexs of the company are
attending a 15-day school for cooks
at Port Jackson, S. C.
? Nedd Gantt, company adminostra
?tive assistant, said the men attend
ing the school included Clarence G.
Myers, Jr., Jerry IS. Grigg and Mar
shall E. Camp.
At the end of the course the men
-will be given an examination to de
i termine their qualifications as cook*
in the Kings Mountain unit.
You'll Want To Bay At This Low Price!
Sizes 28 to 44 $4L9S P(UZ
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LET THE BREEZES
COOL YOU OFF . . . '
Ever so cool tropical worsted performs
the task of keeping you cool and. at the
same time, keepi you at your best in
appearance and poise. These suits are
styled to hold their good looking lines
in the hottest weather. You'll approve
the new pastel and neutral colors.
See MYERS' Selection of:
O RAYON GABARDINES
O RAYON TROPICALS
O BUR MIL RAYONS
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Regulars, shorts, longs in stripes,
checks and solids.
Myers' Department Store
Dress Shop # Second Floor