First Round Matches In Annual
Club Championship Event Listed
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The 16 low qualifying golfers i
In the annual championship !
tournament at Kings Mountain t
Country Club were announced j
this week by Buck Pressley who I
also reminded the players that j
first round matches must be com
pleted by Sunday night. j
Matches in the low-shooting
group to bo played by Sunday I
Defending Champion P. O. Pad- ,
gett vs. Robert Allen.
Coman Falls vs. Johnny War - !
Pat IIovLs vs. Kenneth Crook. !
Charles Noisier vs. L. A. Hoke, j
Amos.Dcan vs. Ertle Powers.
Henry Noisier vs. Reggie Mur
W. J Fulkerson vs. Jacob Coop. J.
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Clyde Lindsay vs. Jay Patter
Winners in the above first
round matches will form the:
championship flight, with the lo- 1
Bors to fall into the first flight. !
Other matches In the, first
David Neill vs. Hdrry Page.
George Houser vs. C. H. Flow- j
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Bill Craig vs. Don Blanton.
Rod Fails vs. Harold HunnlcUtt.
Jack Amette vs. Sam Stallings.
Tolly Shuford vm. Johnny Mc
Luther Joy vs. Bannie Amette.
Bunny Abbott vs. C. E. Warlick.
Winners in the above matches
will form the second flight, with
the losers going into the third
Amos Dean carded the lowest
qualifying score, a 75.,Pat Hovis,
the 1949 club champion, carded
an 80 for the second low qualify
All matches are to be for 18
holes, Mr. Pressley said, with the
exception of final matches in
each flight, which are to be for
36hqles?. ? ,
Winner of the championship
flight will gain permanent pos
sesion of the President's Cup.
Prizes will be awarded winners
of the other flights, he said.
Tried On Tuesday
Thirteen cases were completed
-at the regular weekly session of
city recorder's court held at City
Hall Tuesday afternoon.
Eight defendants were fined
after conviction on charges of
W. H. Medlin, 61, who swore out
?a warrant for George Short, 31,
charging him with being drunk
and disorderly and assault with
a deadly weapon, was ordered to
pay cost.s of court on a charge of
malicious prosecution after he
failed to testify on the stand a
Joseph Ervin Davis, drew a fine
of $20<) and costs after convic
tion on 4 charge of driving atu:r
his license had been revoked.
I fa/eK Washington, 22 -year
with ieave on ;i charge of as.
sau It with a deadly weapon.
Cletus Odell Tale was found
guilty on a charge of driving
without an operator's license and
was -taxed wtih the costs of
William (,'lark Henry, 32, of
Greenville; S. O., was taxed with
costs of court after conviction on
charges oT public drunkenness
and illegal possession of whis
Recorder Judge W. l-'aison Barn- |
es presided over the session.
CARD OF THANKS
We sincerely appreciate the
kindness and sympathy of our
friends and neighbors extended
to us during the illness and dea
th of our daughter.
K. A. White and Family,
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Harold Coggins, manager of
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The Girl Scouts of Troop 36 of
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ceive instruction in chemistry,
psychology, and sociology at
Gardner-Webb college. In their
junior and senior years they will
go to Highlands for psychiatry
and to Duke University for pedi
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