: . > ?[ 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 Stranded Couple ^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. RAUNOADS TRANSPORT MILLIONS Of HOMY BUS SOUTH IH TNI AUTUMN TO I SCAPT SUt-llRO WIATHIR ...tACN NORTH IH THt SPRING. SPtC/Al MIAS URIS ART TAKIH TO RROTtCT THIS HIS Hiy PIRlSHAtU COMMODITY IH ROUTl. TNllCnt CAK 0! ANY AM! MCA* NAIINOAN MO?l FNlltY OVIN THt TRACKS Of AMY OTNIN NAIL NOAt. TNI IN IHTLNCNANCl AMONC TNI HMKINT IINIS AVtNACtS AttVI liOfiOO CANS I n NY NAY *UOC?*tON ON *>.???<?* ??* ?C' Ht The Herald ? $2.00 Per Year ' ? - ' .? ? %?;. ' ' , "? Mi'-' . AMOS & SON presents NEW FAIL MATERIALS DAN RIVER GINGHAM 2 ? 10 yd. PIECES V 69c yd BBOADCLOTH 48c yd. and 59c vd. MEW YORE GOLD SEAL 413 N. Piedmont Telephone 325-W 11 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 of .three. . 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. ? - , ?i-Bpc?iise'of<Th^fargP;number 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 Legion Members 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 Frank Summers. G. A. Bridges, J. E. Gamble, L. M. Guthrie, J. B. Mauney, J. E. Mauney, N. F. McGlll. B. D. Rat PRICINGS MOUNTAIN^! BESSEMI& CITY DRIVE-IN THEATRE 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 2 Cartoons SUNDAY, SEPT. 17 "STAGE FRIGHT" Jane Yyman Marline Dietriech Song of the Bird* MON. & TUES? Sept. 18-19 "TICKET TO TOMAHAWK" Dan Dailey - Ann Baxter Cold Romance Hews Monday & Tuesday Nights Are FAMILY NIGHTS Ad?.56c per car WED~ THURS-. FRIDAY 8eptembe> 20-21-22 "WABASH AVENUE" Victor Mature- Betty Grable Flashing Fins Uninvited Feet SATURDAY^ Eept. 29 -ROUGHSHOD" Robt. Sterlln- Gloria Graham John Ireland ADMISSION 40* # 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-. ble. 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 collegejfiam. 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 ner-Webb linesman. 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. At Keeter's AWARD Sweaters For Boys And Girls JUST THE THING FOR COMFORTABLE SCHOOL WEAR. ALL-WOOL Coiors: Cold. Royal Scarlet, Green, Gray. White, Black. $5.95 and $7.95 KEETER'S Department Store DONT MISS THE eland ounty 'NATION'S COUNTY FAIR" Tues. Sept. 19-Sat. Sept. 23 FIREWOBKS DISPLAY EVEHY NIGHT AT CLOSING SCHOOL CHILDREN FREE TUESDAY.SEPT. U 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. YOU WILL SE E WORLD'S LARGEST MIDWAY The lames E. Strates Midway ? 26 Rides, 23 Shows, 4 Exhibit Halls. HARNESS RACING Tuesday, Thursday and FRIDAY AFTER NOONS. HELL DRIVERS * lack Kochman's Hell Drivers WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. ? AAA BIG CAR RACES \ AAA Sanctioned Big Car Auto Races SAT ? URDAY AFTERNOON. ?j'-'V. ' ' ' - ?' 'i '' **'?*-* V\"l '??.***?.? .O' ?" " .-?! ' * '"""-tf' ' V /" ? * , * " * ' '' " t ? GRANDSTAND REVIEW George Hamid Grandstand Variety Pro gram EACH AFTERNOON and NIGHT i . , . . * . . . ? _ ? _ *" _ ? . . J ? ?