f'oxx-Signed Ball 1
To Go At Auction i
in atJUclAl American !egcut> bast"- '
<MU,;Pi:jze(l possession of June CMon
jBUIfj! 3jid bearing the autograph of
Xtsjzuny Xoxx, has been donated to
*?fir-l??mps Mountain junior baseball |
?*??> lor auction at thy opening e
..vttijuaiion game by the Junior Cham
nf Gommenre, sponsors of the con
ffVs i game ol the 1949 card is set
<r*r kTlty Stadium on Monday night,
jw# ?, at 8 p. m. Kings Mountain
?' T"T*h? prize baseball bears the sig
? Aunnre of one of the game's great- ;
.??? baJUftrs and was personally auto
4***1 it *t? Foxx after a Washing
tmr IkMton game in 1940 when the
*tju?Fj&ir was with rhe Red Sox. The
u'jll be wild to the highest bid1
tlw . .
?layuce pidket committee expeets to
gnu ucKots for frhe opener on sale
*U\*. weekend. Admission is t>0 cents
? i?r .??Ju?tv and 3() cents for local
- wteuol students.
C rails pun Nine Faces
- Algpod(m Here Saturday |
%VaHspun baseball team will face
AJjppdon of Bessemer City Here in
Oa& Stadium Saturday afternoon at
'T&v local semi pro team dropped
:? cCa.se game to Kayfield Stewart
>**/ JJastonla Wednesday "afternoon
-? ?<***- ninth inning, 5-6.
"Thu Kings Mountain outfit is set,
?? iiourney to High Shoals for a Gas
'?iam: league contest Tuesday after
ltfmiors Set To Face
* GaHney Friday Night
: S&sngs Mountain Junior baseball
is scheduled to play Gaffney
.JtWMra In Gaffney, S. C.; Friday
St ??11! be 1>*e first practice game
!Tita?*id by the locals, coached by
?!?(>? School Coach Everette Carlton
iSbsturo game wifl be played in
Mountain next week, possl
- Ira^w sint ITrlday night.
1 Pfano Students
"To Give Recital
Viase-s Barbara GraiUhajn and
w>?wiu> Hallman, students of ills s"
.*o?nie Mcintosh, will he presented
a J?int student reckal in Piano
*?'/3ftDtva) high school on Friday
"ntwaing, June 3, at 10:30 o'clock.
Grantham will play:
Tu? Part Invention No. 14" by
" V jn v :nhv?r" by Raehman
*Vsss Hallman will plays
""CUir de Lune" by DeTvussy.
'1 jaacerto in a minor" by Grieg.
Tt?ev will play to gether the "War
..M ADfluerl*'. Add in sell, with Mis?
".iwatnam as first pian<? and Miss
itoETman as <?ccond piano.
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Phones 167 or 283
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E. W. Bridge*, of 9r.dg??? Aut<"
Parts, announcesl y^nerday th*
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cast of the Indianapolis 500-mile
race over1 WOH3, Sheiby. on Mon
day beginning at 10:45 am. Mr.
Bridge > u< scheduled to fly to In
dianapolis for the Memorial Day.
Central Baseball Team
Ends Conference Slate
Kings Mountain high school base
ball team finished the 1949 Western
conference slate with a record of one
win and 9 losses.
Last Friday the team lost to Cher
ryville there by a score of 13-4 and
Monday in City Stadium dropped to
Tri High 18 a ? .
The 1949 schedule and r"*ults:
1949 LOOP SCHEDULE
April 14 ? 3. ClUfside 8.
April 19 ? 1. Lincoln ton 13.
Apiil 26?4. N. -Conor <?r 11.
May 3 ? 13, Cltftside 7.
May 5?? 1, Cherry vill? 14.
May 12?5. Tri High 7.
May 13 ? 2. N.-Cono??t 9.
May 17 ? 2. Lincoln ton 20.'
May 20 ? 4, CherryriU-e 13.
May 23?5. Tri High 18.
More than a pint of wa^r per day
is cxhal*?d in the breath
i t&e Children & Ptxoio s
Offered At Plonk V
Pionk Brother i and -Comparfy is in
viting parents ?t ciirid can eight
weeks Jto eight y&ai-s oid to visit
their store Friday ind Saturday to j
get a free photograph of their child
ren. * : ? .
Franklin Studio.-*, of Chiriorte. is
doing the photographic Work. Hour*
photos will be^ak&n are 10 a. m. to
5:30 p m. both days.
"There is absolutely no charge for
one photograph," said W. L. ?!op'?,
"Please consider it a father's day
gift item from this firm." ' A ,
Persons who desire additional |
photographs may obtain them from i
the studio at regular ra^e^. it was
Free Band Concert
(Cont'd fro.-", front page I
! Day." Berlin's "S ?y It with Masic,"
j the Fillmore march "His Honor."
' "The Donkey Serenade " by Frlml
and Stothart. Pestalnzza's "Clrbiri
bin," and Franchiser's "Fuguerest"
by a clarinet quarter.
Other selections will Include "Ov
er the Waves." "Them Basses."
'Ponce de Leon". '3and Jive." "Boo
Hie March." "Circus Parade;", and
"Deep Purple "
The pig was use-1 an a ^avenger
before it was used vs food.
SROWitlE SCC'JTS MAY PARTY? Linda Kiser. back row. wearing crown,
la pictured abo?<* with other member* ol Troop 14 at a "coronation" party
May 18. Also pictured, back row, are Judy Cox, Queen Btser, Norma K.
Ham sick. Mrs. J: 8. Simpson, leader; middle. Jackie Dixaa. Helen Faye
Morrison, Jeanne Plonk# Becky Blanton. Jane Thomson. Guy Ann Hender
son; front. Ann Falls. Martha Houser. Pat Alexander, Peggy Craig, Judy
Cooper. Bobbie 5 tender, and Becky Thorn burg. Polly Page was absent.
Barbara Gault i -
To -Give Recital
Mu? Barbara Gault, student of
Bonnie M<iltvo??h will b*> pre
sented in a junior high schooi reci
tal in Planb at.Ofcritrai high school
on Friday morning, June 3, at 9:30
She will pJay:
Polonaise in g minor ? 3ach', H So
natina 'Rondo) ? Mozart; Romance
Op. 24 No. 9 ? Sibeiius; Hungarian
E'ude ? MacDowetl; Prelude in s
minor? -Rachmanioff : II Russian
Concerto larr. John W. Sch'aum) ?
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