News & Comments
By Mrs. Thurman Seism
Mr. Grady Seism will take over
his new duties October 1 as Sun
day School superintendent. He
succeeds Mr. Hugh Falls who has
been superintendent for the past
two years. Mr. Edwin Moore was
elected associate superintendent.
Mrs. Thurman Seism was elec
ted B. T. U. director and Mrs. For
rest Hord was elected associate
B. T. U. director. Mrs| Hord suc
ceeded Mr. Troy Bridges who Is
a student at Gardner- Webb.
Delegates were appointed to
the. Association meeting. They
are: Miss Marjorie Seism, Mr.
'IJom Bridges, M?. Eugene Patter
son, Mrs. Lloyd Phlfer, Mrs. Way
ne Putnam and Mr. Melvin Wri
ght. Alternates are Mrs. Forrest
Hord, Mr. Hugh Falls, Mr. Grady
Seism, Mrs Gettys Seism and
Mrs. Thurman Seism.
Mr. and Mrs. Travis Wright and
children attended the wedding of
Miss Maxine Hord at First Bap
tist church In Kings Mountain.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ratehford,
Jr., and Mildred, Miss Ada Bell
Ratehford and Mr. Max Seism
of Newton were Sunday guests of 1
Miss Marjorje Seism and Mr. and
Mrs. Everette Lovelace and chil- 1
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jones, Hicks j
and Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Ho
mer Jones and son, Bruce, and;
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jones vis- ;
ited Mr, and Mrs. Bruce H. Ellis
of Shelby and Mr. and Mrs. Or
val Ford of Ellenboro Sunday.
Mrs. Marvin Wright Is visiting
; her daughter and son of Dechard
and Telhome, Tenn., Mr. and
Mrs. Sloan Wright and Sandra,
Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Queen and
Mrs. Hoyle Putnam was -host
ess Monday evening to a house
hold shower given in honor of j
Mrs. Tommy Hicks. Mrs. Hicks
received many Jovely and useful
gifts. Mrs. Putnam was also hos
tess for a Stanley Party. Mrs. C.
C,. Moffatt of Waco was in char- ]
ge. After the party, the hostess ,
served a delicious course of
sandwiches* pickles, cookies and
The W. M. U. will meet SatUr- i
day at 2:30 at the home of Mr.
and Mr% Grady Seism.
If You Want
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? YOUR PORCH REPAIRED
? A TRUCK SHED OTILT
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? FENCE SCREENS FOR YOUR HOME
? YOUR HOUSE ROOFED OR RE-ROOFED
? A WARDROBE MADE TO ORDER
? A CHEST MADE OR ANY KIND OF WOOD
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We Sell and Install BARRETT EVER
Off Cleveland At*? at Bear of Reynolds Motors
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By Way Of Mention
By Lois Beatty
Mrs. Andy McCarter is spend
ing this week with her daughter,
Mrs. H. B. Jones.
Miss Ann. Costner sj>ent the
weekend in Cherryville.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clemmer and
son, Johnnie spent Sunday with
the letter's mpther, Mrs. Gordon
Miss Veatrice Weir is spending
this week in Black Mountain.
Mr. Paul Brady of Salisbury
spent the weekend with his sis
ter, Mrs. Agnes Gladden.
Mrs- T. R. Fogleman and Mr.
C. S. McCraw of Charlotte spent
Sunday afternoon here with rel
Mr. Fred Smith of Lawndale
spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.
The Scotland County . farm
market, located near Laurinburg,
closed for the season recently
after having sold more than 900,
000 cantaloupes, 40,000 water
melons, 3,000 bustels of toma
toes, and varying amounts of
other truck and farm produce
grown in Scotland and adjoining
By Mrs. Cannie Gordon
105 Carpenter Street
Kings Mountain, N. C.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown, Mrs.
Fearlene Wilson, Mrs. Sissie Mit
chem, Miss Annie Mitchem of the
Home Demonstration Club spent
last Wednesday in Asheville and
other places of interest on o sight
seeing tour. They visited the Bilt
more farm, and visited in Chim
ney Rock.. .
Mrs. LouL-se Cass<y of Detroit,
Mich., spent a week in Kings
Mountain visiting relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Moffatl Cassel of
Newport News, Va., are visiting
relatives here. ? - |
Greek and Abe Bryant of Phil - ,
adelphia were Kings Mountain
visitors over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gleaves '
Miss Louise Hord and Mr. Howell i
and children of Shelby visited
Mrs. Daisy Smith Sunday after
noon. ?. .. . ?
Miss Mac Ellen Eurris, daugh- j
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Esker Burris
arrived home August 29, after j
completing a three-year course
of Nurse Training at Good Sa- ,
maritan Hospital School of Nurs
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THE GOOD PLACE TO BUY FURNITURE
Rev. D. S. Harkness. above, pas
tor of St. Paul Methodist church,
completed requirements this
summer at Johnson C. Smith
University for graduation with
and A. B. degree with majors in
social sciences and sociology.
Rev. Harkness was also awarded
a certificate for completion o I
courses in driver education and
training. These courec? were
made possible b / a scholarship
received from the State Commit
tee for Traffic Safety. Inc., in co
operation with the Carolina Mo
tor Club, Inc.
ing in Charlotte. Miss Burris at
tended Davidson high school un
til she.- completed the fourth
Mrs. Gertrude Adams returned
Tuesday from the Shelby hospital
and is improving nicely.
grade. She then became a stu
dent at Compact high school and
graduated there in June 1947. She
entered Good Samaritan Hospital
School of Nursing the following
September. Miss Burris has con
sidered a job at Randolph Hospi
tal, Asheboro, N. C.
There will be a Men's Day pro
gram at Adams Chapel AME
Zion church Sunday, Sept. 10 at
2 p. m. Everyone cordially invi
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of St. Paul Methodist
church met Friday evening at 8
p. m. at the home of iMrs. Janle
Young. Mrs. D. S. Harkness led
worship service. Topic: "The
Pillars of the Earth. Business was
discussed. Those present were
Mesdames Perry Bryant, Pearl
Gouldlock, Daisy L. Smith, Lot
tie Means, Catherine Arrington,
Cannie Gordon. Ice cream and
cake were served.
The revival meeting will begin
Sunday sept. 10 through 15 at St.
Paul Methodist church. Rev. W.
M. Murray of Bessemer City, pas
tor of Mt. Pleasant and Ebenezer
Baptist churches Is guest speaker.
The Twin Table Club met at
the home of Mrs. Lawson Mitch
at the low price of J J gg ^
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Fa?hio?mt* have been raying about the Importance of corduroy !br fall for weeks . . . and Just a*
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corduroy mode of the finest combed cotton yomi not In }uti on# Of two colors bvt to 0 W1DE
, RANGE Of THE MOST WANTED COIORSJ Soft colon for little $!rls ... rich fahfon
shades for college girls . ? . for yourself . ? ? Colon for little boys tog* fool Donl
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era Saturday night, Sept. 2, Gam
es were enjoyed toy all. A delici
ous salad course and punch was
served. The house was beautiful
ly arranged with summer flow
ers. Eight members were present
and also two visitors.
The Historical Gospel Chorus '
j will sing Friday night at Tine
THE HERALD ? $2.00 PER YEAR
Eggs should never be placed In
a warm room where they are ex
posed to temperatures ot 70 deg.
F. and above, as they will quickly
lose their fresh taste and good
flavor according to- State College
extension poultry specialists.
E. T. Piland, Negro farmer of
Gatesville, is growing some of
the finest pasture In Gates Coun
ty, according to Farm Agent H.
Thirty students from the Agri
cultural School of Iowa State Col
lege, Ames, Iowa, visited Cald -
well county, North Carolina re
cently, where they observed far
Twenty one year old Jeanette
Zetrouer of Mica nop y, Florida,
not only was a successful 4-H
Club member and farmer but she
la now an agriculture teacher.
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