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HOME APPLIANCES
Freezers. Refrigerators, Ranges. Water Heaters
ALEXANDER'S APPLIANCES
SOI Piedmont ATenu*
HIGHEST QUALITY . LOW PRI
CES ? Used Cars and Trucks
for sale. Our selections on the
lot at Used Car Headquarters,
VICTORY CHEVROLET CO.,
Phones 49 ft 419. }u-21-tfn.
Bargains!
USED
# Refrigerators*
# Oil Stoves*
Pauline Store
- ' Phone3I ? ?
PORTABLE ELECTRIC A H D
ACETEYLENE WELDING AND
GENERAL MACHINE WORXt
latest equipment, prompt ser
vice. KINGS MOUNTAIN MA
CHINE WORKS, Inc., Gold st.
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RADIO REPAIRS
PHONE 393
STOWE RADIO SERVICE
. 118 Mountain Street
WANTED: advertisers to list
items no longer needed. Sell
In these columns. Want Ads
Pay! Phones 167 and 283. Kings
Mountain Herald.
STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS
to arrange, in your home, for a
? STANLEY PARTY, or for
? STANLEY PRODUCTS.
contact
MR & MRS. G. C. LOONEY
501 E. King Phone 255-W
FOR SAL E? one used electric
range. First $25 gets it. COOP
ER'S, Inc., Phone 93. s-29
GUARANTEED UPHOLSTERING
Prompt service and top quality
VxK Free estimates. Free pick
up and delivery service. T. it
W. Manufacturing Co., located
at former Bennett Construct
ion office (1st building on right
on York Road), P. O. Box 669,
day phone 414-J, night phone
432-J-2. a-29-tfn.
FOB BEN T ? 3-room trailer
for rent. Makes nice little a
partment'for couple. See R. E.
Barrtett at Cooper's, or Phone
93. s-29.
TO BUY OB SELL BEAL ESTATE
See HAYWOOD E. LYNCH, at
' Western Auto Store. Phones 92
or night 249. m-31-tfn.
REPAIR SERVICE
? RADIO
? PHONOGRAPH
? TELEVISION
Quality Tubes & Parts'
Bridges RADIO Sennce
Ph. 625 Rcdlxofa Ave.
5HOES FOR SALE ? Unclaimed
and used shoes for sale.
FITE'S SHOE REPAIR SER
VICE, between A & P and Dix
ie Home. s-15-tfn.
City.. Service
Station
TELEPHONE 208
FOR SALE: 1941 Buick. Tel. 230,
Box 9., s-22-29-pd.
-SAT XT WITH
FLOWERS" 3
from
ALIENS
FLOWER SHOP
We Telegraph Flowers
Cvtawlun
TeL 361 or 451- W-l
E. King St
, ?
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REAL E STATE t Buymg and Sell
ing. See me for your realty re
quirements. B. D. RATTERREE,
Phone 86 J. J-22-tfn. '
Carolina
Appliance &
Plumbing Co.
? BENDIX
Washers. Ironers
? CROSLEY
Full Appliance Line
? GUIBERSON
Oil Heaters
R. I. Bullard & Son
> Phone 661
OK USED CARS & TRUCKS? for
"sale. We finance and Insure
under the General Motors Ac
ceptance Corp. plan. See Ue To
day! VICTORY CHEVROLET
CO., Phones 49 & 419. ju-21-tfn.
WANTED TO BUT ? 50 clean
used care. KINGS MOUNTAIN
MOTOR SALES, located be
tween Joy & Dixie Theatres,
Phone 650. Ju-21-tfn.
STOWE RADIO SERVICE t Guar
anteed radio and television ser
vice. Sales and Service. All
Work Guaranteed. Phone 393.
s-2-tfn.
No! No!
LET US FIX THAT
OLD WATCH
.* \ ?*_, v ?*# ,* ^ ?* *? ? -V,
Ther* ? is . probably many
years of good service in
It ii repaired by an expert
craftsman
I 1
AND THEN
ELECTRONICALLY TESTED
ON A
Master
We not only employ watchmakers who are skilled
and long experienced on problem watches, but we
use quality replacement parts, ? then test all of our
work electronically on our WATCHMASTER, a scien
tific instrument which PRINTS a record. ?
PROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF THE REPAIRS
^ Demand tkh prottctioa. &
GRAYSON'S
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? HOME-OWNED ?
AVERAGE
LOCAL WHOLESALE
MARKET QUOTATIONS
(Corrected Sept. 27, 1950)
Eggs. Poultry yard 47c
Eggs, Pullet 39c
Sweet Potatoes . , . . . , S2.00
Hens (dressed & drawn) . . , . 39c
Fryers (dressed & drawn) . . 48c
Cora (White) $1.60
Cora (yellow) ....... $1.60
Wheat SI .85 to $2.15
Oats 75c
Barley $1.25
HOTART - LETTER WRITING ?
Notary service, letter writing
and public stenography. See
MRS. BILLIE LOGAN, Notary
1 Public, at The Record Shop.
Phone 27. m-10-tln.
PLUMBING
? Contracting
? Repairs
? Quick Service
Ben T. Goforth
Phone 2811
-jut':
TOT SALE ? One clean us
ed Frigidaire electric refrigera
tor. Only $99.50. COOPER'S. Inc.
Phone 93. s-29.
FOR SALE ? Small Roman Ea
glis white enamel wood stove.
Gall 435-M or see 'Mrs. D. B.
Williams, Waco Road.
s-22-29-o-6-pd.
FOR SALE ? '49 Chevrolet coupe.
14,000 miles, extra clean. Phone
418-J. J. C. Clary, s-22-tfn.
SLABS
FOR SALE I
SHOO
PER LOAD
We Deliver
i i . . ?? ..
Biggest Load For Your
Money
Call or See
Elmer Lumber
Company
Phone 54
LET US PAY YOUR HOSPI
TAL BILLS. Join the Re
serve Hospital Plan To
day! Hospital and Surgery
coverage for all accidents
and sickness, maternity
benefits. Complete cover
age for individual? and
family group. Good at any
hospital. Choose your own
doctor. For complete de- !
tails write to A. C. Dellin-j
ger, Rt. No. 2, Kings
Mountain, N. C., or Call
llo for appointment.
a-7-pd-tfn
FOR SALE ? Slightly used blue
worsted Griffon suit in excel
lent condition. 42 Coat, pants
37 waist, 31 1/2 length. Practi
cally new. I outgrew it. T. A.
POLLOCK, 310 E. King St.,
phone 222-J. s-29-o-6
BEST GREETINGS IN THE
SOUTH I ? Make more money.
Sell EMBOSSED NAME - IM
PRINTED Christmas Cards, 50
for $1. Make 50c on 21 -Card $1
Assortments, 35 others include
Religious, Humorous, Plastics.
Bonus. FREE Imprint Samples,
Assortments o n approval.
CHARM, 393 Peachtre N. E.,
Dept. 209, Atlanta, Ga.
' s 29 (Mi
MALE OR FEMALE DOT*
TER ? Wanted in our de
signing department. Not
locally employed. Male
preferred. Apply BAXTER
PAPER CORP., Graver, N.;
, C. a- 29.
CAMELLIAS ? New Shipment
arrived, 2 <o 3 feet: Gigantla,
Elegans, Professor Sargeant,
Kumasaka, Jarvis Red, Empress
Cameo Pink, Snowdrift, Fancy
.Bolls, Chandelerl. FA ISO N
PLANT NURSERY. 602 S. Wash !
ington St., Shelby, N. C. j
s-29-o-6 ? A, ?. -I'V-: * ?!
FOR SAL E ? Gas washing
machine Slightly used. Bargain.
COOPER*^ Inc., Phone 93. s-29
HIGHEST'' PRICES paid for scrap
iron and metal. Call J. C.
CLARY, phone 418-T. m-12-tfn.
FOR SAL E? One slightly us
ed Duo-Therm cihculator, com
plete with fan. COOPER'S, Inc.
Phone 93. s-29.
HEY KIDSII I? hring your
old hangers to us. We pay 50
cents per 100 for clean metal
hangers. McCURDY CLEANERS
-DYERS, Phone 257. a-19-tfn.
ALL TYPES
High Quality
SHOE REPAIR
FITE'S
SHOE REPAIR
241 Battleground Rd.
Next to Dixie-Home
BRIDGES RADIO SERVICE, loca
ted rear of Tar Heel Finance
Co, phone ?25. m-31-cfn.
F O R S A L E? one five-piece
Maple breakfast room suite
with dropleaf table. COOPER'S
Inc., Phone 93. s-29.
EXTRA GOOD CONDITION ? foi
sale, gas stove, electric stove
electric refrigerator and 2 ic?
boxes. CITY AUTO & HOMf
SUPPLY, Phone 522-J. s-29.
FOR SALE ? Model "A" Ford
pick-up truck. Good motor
Good tires. $150. See A. E. (Jiml
St.-;
563-J. s-29-o-6-pd.
FOR SALE ? Trombone and clar
inet. Priced right. Excellen
condition. See JACK ARNETTF
at Marlowe's Center Service
Phone 62. s-29-o-6.
BETTER USED
vCARS
at better prices
One ? 1941 Ford CoacH, motor
Just set in. Radio and heat
er and spot light
One ? 1940 Ford Sedan, a reay
buy I
One ? 1941 Plymouth Sedan, a
6real buy I
One ? 1941 Ford pickup and a
bargain I
One ? 1940 Hudson Sedan, tops
' And many other used cars.
Full line of Used Automo
bile Parts
O. O. JACKSON
Kings Mt-Gastonia Road
WANTED TO RENT ? two rooms
by couple. Call 167 or 283.
s-29-pd.
FOR SALE ? '39 Chevrolet See
? Eugene Lefevers, ' Sadie Mill,
second shift s-29-pd.
JUST HEeEfVED
SHIPMENT OF
? Table Top Automatic
Electric Water Heaters
? Philco Electric Ranges
? L?uo-"rtierm Space
Heaters.
Gaulft's Appliances
Phone 225
iOOD NEWS FOR HOUSE WIFE:
If you need. these things to
make your house look beauti
ful such as painting:, waxing
floor*, build wall safe, wall
book case, book desk, table,
ironing board, swing, also a
good hou.se cleaner and cook,
contact JAMES EVANS, Ron re
1, Box 185, Kings Mountain, N.
C. He is the one who can and
wlH do a good Job for you, so
remember him In time of need.
You may ask the Employment
Security Commission to con
tact him for you. He makes all
type 8 of screen doors, rose trej
11s, bench sergata, bench ar
bor, and many other beautiful
things. See him with the pic
ture. s-29 pd.
HERALD
PUBLISHING
HOUSE
Phones 167 & 283
I? MMmiiwiwwwwiim.
Negro News
By Mrs. Cannle Gordon
105 Carpenter Street
Kings Mountain, N. C.
Turn in News Items
at above address
Club Meets
The Twin Table club met ai
the 'home of Mrs. Andrew Press
ley Friday evening. Sept. 22. Four
teen members were present. The
home. was beautiful in arrange !
ments of fall flowers. A tasty sal
ad and punch Were served, also;
nuts ^.nd candy. One visitor, Mrs. j
E. Crockett, of Philadelphia, Pa. |
Mrs. Edna M- Crokett of Phi i - i
adelphia was Wednesday dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jack
son.
Mr. and Mrs. James Clinton
announce ih<* birth ..I '.i d.t ii? hhir i
September "20t h
, Paul K to hard and his famous.
Golden Wings Quintet ot Shelby
will sing Sunday October 1 at '
Mi. Calvary F. B Holiness ehureUj
at 2:30 p. m. '
. * >
There will bo quartet Hinging i
at Good Hope Presbyterian cHur
ch Sunday, Oct. 1, at 7:30 p. pi
The Friendly Aid Union \vi 1 1 be
held at Shiloh Bajaist church;
G rover, N. C., beginning Saturday
Sept. 30 through Sunday, Oct. Is;
? VESTIBULE A. M. E. ZION
CHURCH
Rev. S. I. Clement, Pastor
Sunday school 10:00 a. m.
G. G. Bailey, Supt.
Morning worship 11:00 a. rrt.
First and third Sundays. . 1
Afternoon service 2:30 p. m. i
sr. PAUL METHODIST
CHURCH
Rev. D. S. Harkness, Pastor i
Church school 10:00 a. ra.
Mrs. Daisy L Smith, Supt.
Morning worship 11 a. m
Evening worship 7:30 p. m.
Second and fourth Sundays.
GALLILEE fWfTWOBIST
CHURCH
Rev. D. S. Harkness, Pastor
Church school 10:00 a. m.
J..V. Burris, Supt,
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Evening worship 7:30 p. m,
First and third Sundays.
BYNUM CHAPEL A. M. E. ZION
CHURCH
Revj M. C. Wdltln
Sunday school 10:00 a. m.
R. J. Browrt. Sup*.
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m.
Evening worship 7:30 p. m.
ADAM'S CHAPEL A. M. E. ZIOW
CHURCH
Rev. S. 1. Clement, Pastor
Sunday school 10:00 a. rri.
A. A. McClaln, Supt.
Morning Worship 11. 00 am.
?Evening Worship 1:30 p. m .
Second and fourth Sundays
MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST
OHURCH
Rev. J. A, White, Pflstor
Sunday school 10 a. in.
J. A. Ross, Supt.
Morning Worship 1100 a m
Evening worship 7:30 p rr.
Second and fourth Sundays
GOOD HOPE PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Rev A. M. Foster. Pastor
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Morning worship 11 a. m
Evening worship 7:00 p. m
First and thwd Sundays.
for MEN
TACKLE-TWILL
JACKETS
With knit wristlets and waist
bands, quilted linings, and fur
collars. ?
$11.95
Leather Jackets
Suede Jacket ... . . . $13.95
TTegulttir^r Knit collar
Horsehide . . $19.95
Black or brown, coat or jacket
styles.
Genuine Pony skin . $19.95
In brown 6nly. jacket style.
Capeskin
Jackets $11.95 to $16.50
Black or brown, coat or jacket
styles.
GABARDINE
JACKETS
Excellent value, and excellent
warmth. Quilted lining. Your
choice, wine or green.
ZELAN *
JACKETS
Gray. tan. green. Belted styles,
with zipper pockets.
S8.95 and S9.95
for BOYS
CORDUROY
JACKETS
In all the colors. Tops for long
wear and comfort.
$11.95 and $14.95
ALL-WOOL MELTON
JACKETS
Brown' or blue, sizes 6 to 16. a
good buy at
$150 and SS3.95
BOYS' WOOL PLAID
JACKETS
Sizes 6 to 16, another popular
model.
$3.95
Special I One Table Boys' Heavy Cotton Polo
SWEAT SHIRTS r?r $1.00
V ' . ' [
Dress Shop ? Second Floor
$6.95
Wool Reversibles .
Knit collars and waistbands
Taclcle-Twill Jackets $9.95
Quilted lining, knit waistband, fur collar
Genuine Goatskins $10.95
With fur collars; sizes 6 to 18
Gabardine Jackets .... $6.50 & $7.50
Heavy wool lining, fur collar, sizes 6 to 18.
BOYS' CORDUROY
JACKETS
all sizes
SS.95 to $9.95
LITTLE BOYS*
JACKETS
Fleece-lined gabardines, sizes 2 to
6. Red. green, blue.
    

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