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ONE OF TWO VEHICLES IN WRECK FRIDAY? Shown above is a
photo of a 1948 Bulck sedan which was Involved In an accident last
Friday afternoon near the Margrace underpass In Grover Road with
a 1941 Dodge truck belonging to Becker's Bakery, of Spartanburg, S.
C. No one was badly injured in the mishap. Russell Phillips, of Gaff
ney, S. C- and another passenger in the truck were not hurt, although
the truck was turned over on the right side In the middle of the road.
Two occupants of the Bulck were hospitalized with minor injuries.
They were George Vay and Gregory Davidlan. both of Cast Orange,
N. J. Herbert Miller, also of East Orange, was thrown from the vehicle
but was not hospitalized. State Highway Patrolmn W. D. Sawyer, who ;
investigated, did not press any charges against the' drivers. (Photo,
by Carlisle Studio.)
Polio Chapter Aids
^fel'he Cleveland County Chapter,
^mfantlle Paralysis Foundation,
has assisted <a stranded couple
from New York in their effort
to get to Atlanta to see a daugh
ter who Is suffering from "polio."
A spokesman for the chapter
told the story this week. !
The couple, from Syracuse, N.
Y., were on their way to Atlanta
to see a daughter, age 18, when"
the automobile in which they
were traveling developed trouble
in Kings Mountain Tuesday.
The couple, of limited means,
was forced to spend most of their
money to repair the auto.
Financial assistance from the j
county chapter enabled the cou- [
pie to continue their trip.
Wake Up Morning Appetites!
This time of the year, brunch parties on Sundays are wonderful
solutions for informal entertaining. Main thing to remember is that
people are cheerier if their morning ineal is tasty,' so set out this
favorite fare and the seasonings to make the main dish a hit, salt
and Tabasco. Serve individual casseroVes of browned hash topped
with poached eggs. Either canned hash or the homemade variety,
using up left-overs from your weekend roasts, will prove filling and
delicious, and the poached eggs give the hash a dress-up touch;
Tabasco and salt give the eggs the final fillip for flavor.
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Schools Oil ;
To Good Start
Enrollment in Kings Mountain
city schools at the end of the first
week dropped slightly from open
ing day figures, but sill showed
an increase over last year's to
tals, according to announcement
by B. N. Barnes, superintendent
of city schools. ? ,
A total of 65 more students this
year than last were enrolled at
the first week's end. Greatest in*
crease was seen at Kings Moun
tain high school where 38 pupils
were added to last year's* total.
Only Davidson high school show
ed a decreasing figure, this a loss
. Mr. Barnes reported 9chooi
work off to a good start, with
some adjustments being made in
teacher loads among the schools.
Several moves in the second and
fifth grades from West to Cen
itral were made to relieve over
crowded conditions. A lew stu
dents also were transferred from
the fifth grade at East to Central.
Mr. Barnes announced that
Miss Madeline Tripp, associate
supervisor of state elementary
education, will be at the school
next Thursday lor a general sur
vey of the elementary system.
A large number of students are
using school lunchrooms, especi
ally at Central, temporarily caus
ing oveircrqwding during lunch
periods, according to Mr. Barn
es. To relieve the situation, sev
eral changes have been made in
lunch schedules. ,
At West school, children who
use meal facilities dbserve the
lunch hour much as though it
were another class. Playground
and physical education periods
are scheduled so as to provide a
quiet rest period following lun
ch. This system, teachers feel, is
to the advantage of the health of
the children. ? - ,
pupils eating at Central, three
feeding periods have been desig-'
nated. pjimary children using the
lunchroom are accompanied
there by teachers and observe a
rest session as Js held at West
school. Lunch period is from
11:30 to'nOon. Grammar grade
students> lunch period is from
noon to 12:25 and the high school |
period extends from 12:25 to 1
o'clock. These hours cover only
the times at which pupils enter
the cafeteria. Those students go
ing home for lunch have the us
ual length lunch hour recess.
Awards To Twenty
Kings Mountain's Otis D. Green
ppst of the American Legion pre
sented awards to 20 members for
service periods ranging from five ,
to thirty years in a monthly Mon- j
day night meeting.
Thirty-year awards went to L.
L. Alexander, J. E. Herndon, Dr.
O. P. Lewis, Paul Mauney, and
G. A. Bridges, J. E. Gamble, L.
M. Guthrie, J. B. Mauney, J. E.
Mauney, N. F. McGlll. B. D. Rat
Located en Kin?* Mountain ?
B^twmgr City Highway, only
2 ?alles from Kings Mountain.
OPEN 7 DAYS PER WEEK
FRIDAY LAST SHOWING
"CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN"
Clifton Webb- Jeanne Craine
i Cartoon ? Short
SATURDAY, Sept. 16
"TALL IN THE SADDLE"
John Yayne-Ella Raines
SUNDAY, SEPT. 17
Song of the Bird*
MON. & TUES? Sept. 18-19
"TICKET TO TOMAHAWK"
Dan Dailey - Ann Baxter
Monday & Tuesday
Ad?.56c per car
WED~ THURS-. FRIDAY
Victor Mature- Betty Grable
SATURDAY^ Eept. 29
Robt. Sterlln- Gloria Graham
# Aii? admusion* ?
|Te Children Undse 12
terree, and C E..WaVlick receiv* j
ed 25-year awards. Twenty-year j
recognition went to John Glad
den and John Weaver; a 10-year j
award to C. L. Black; and Hubert
Aderhoidt, Charles Alexander, W.
D. Byers, and George H. Mau'ney
received five-year awards.
Plans were made in the busi
ness session t? proceed with al
terations on the Legion building
as soon as materials are availa-.
Former High Stars
In Gome Saturday
Kings Mountain football fans !
will have a chance *to see three |
former local high school ^tare In !?
higher league action Saturday
night In Gastonia when the Gas
tonia Volunteers, a new semi-pro
club; meets the Gardner-Webb
Bob Huffsletler, burly blocking j
back, and Bud Medlin at guard i
are starters in the Volunteer line
up. Medlin is also a former Gard
Delvin Huffstetler, leading scor
er for the Kings Mountain high
school team last year at full
back, will see action on the Gard
ner-Webb squad in the opening
game for both teams.
Rumania issued stamps on the
centenary of the birth of its paint
er, T. Andreescu.
For Boys And Girls
JUST THE THING FOR COMFORTABLE
SCHOOL WEAR. ALL-WOOL
Coiors: Cold. Royal Scarlet, Green, Gray. White,
$5.95 and $7.95
KEETER'S Department Store
Tues. Sept. 19-Sat. Sept. 23
FIREWOBKS DISPLAY EVEHY NIGHT AT CLOSING
Cleveland County School Day
All School Children from Cleveland County will
be admitted by Free School Pass.
FRIDAY. SEPT. 22
City School Day
All School Children from Shelby and Rings
Mountain will be admitted by Free School Pass.
WORLD'S LARGEST MIDWAY
The lames E. Strates Midway ? 26 Rides, 23
Shows, 4 Exhibit Halls.
Tuesday, Thursday and FRIDAY AFTER
* lack Kochman's Hell Drivers WEDNESDAY
? AAA BIG CAR RACES
\ AAA Sanctioned Big Car Auto Races SAT
? URDAY AFTERNOON.
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