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CORINTH PRIMITIVE CHURCH
Elder E. H. Simpson, Pastor
W. Gold St. near Bridge* Airport
Preaching services:
First Sundays 2 p. m.
Third Sundays 11 a. m.
BEN'S MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Located one mile West
of Margrace Mill
Jim Painter, Pastor
You are Invited to atteJid ser
vices Saturday night, Sunday
morning and Sunday night.
MOUNTAIN VIEW BAPTIST
CHtjRCR
Rev. Floyd Hollar, Pastor
Crowders Mountain Community
Sunday?
10:00 Sunday school, Paul;
Camp, Supt
11:00 Morning service.
7:30 Evening service.
CHURCH OP GOD
Corner of Parker and Oaston
Rev. Frank Petrucelll, Paslcr
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Night service 7 p. m.
Saturday night YPE 7 p. m.
SECOND WESLEY AN
METHODIST CHURCH
Rev Y. H. Carter, Pastor
9:49 a. m. Sunday school.
Wednesday: 7 p. it. Prayer
meeting.
7:00 p. m. Evening worship.
FJUtK GRACE CHURCH OP THE
HAZARENE
Rev. Clay Chllders. Paator
Sunday school 10:00.
Supt. Raymond Gregory.
[ Morning worship 11:00.
Young People's service < :30.
Herman Ruff, president,
Evangelistic service 7:30.
Midweek prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 7:30.
Radio program: "Showers of
Blessings," each Sunday morn*
Ing at 9 a. m. over WGNC, Gas
tonla.
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
CHURCH
T. W. Fogleman, Pastor
Morning service 11 a. m.
Sunday school each Sunday ai
10, a. m.
Lamar llerndon. Supt.
? ' . . - ' ' f ? " v,.
- f Hill Ml
? Gieen
Long On Looks, Comfort and Wear!
Plentiful
? Tan
Here they are! Smart
Ben sible weather
proofed jackets made
to ke?p warmth in . ? .
cold out, sturdy pop
lin and gabardine, all
wool lined.
Keeter's
Checks ace back by popular demand . . . appearing this season
in a new solid setting. Jaunty Junior usee them in a
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fitted jacket with solid coior trimmings ? . ? blend* them with a
?olid sheath skirt. Fashion bonus . . . the novelty hip pockets
that emphasise the smaliness of your waist. In Mlron's
pure worsted. Sisses 7 to 1 S. SSCSi
As Advertised in SEVENTEEN
Other Suits $19.95 to $5&50
Exclusive with an
r's
encore for check
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
P. D. Patrick, Minister
Sunday:
9:45 Sunday School.
Harry Page, Supt.
11:00 Morning Worship.
. . Sermon: "Communion Medita
tion" ? Mr. Patrick.
World-Wide Communion Sun
day.
5:00 Jr. Youth Fellowship.
6:30 Presbyterian Youth Fel
lowship Supper Meeting.
7:30 School of Home Missions.
Classes for ajl ages.
Monday:
Circle No. 1 with Miss Carlyle
Ware, 7:30.
Circle No. 4 with Mrs. Haywood
K. Lynch 8:00. ,
Circle No. 5 with Mrs. C. P. Go
forth 3:30.
Circle No. 6 with Mrs. Maynard
Snow 8:00.
7:00 Boy Scouts, Troop I.
Wednesday:
' Central group conference of
Women of the Church of Kings
Mountain Presbyterial at Presby
terian church in Grover. Mrs.
Paul Mauney, District Chairman,
6:30 Girl Scouts.
7:30 Adult Choir rehearsal.
Thursday:
3:00 Brownies.
MISSIONARY METHODIST
. CHURCH
Second Street, Cora Mill ?
i Services
| Rev. H. Spurgeon Scruggs Pastor
Kings Mountain, N..C.
Sunday ? ?
| J. J. Sink, Supt.
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Young People's Society 6:30 p.
m.
Evangelistic 7:30 p. m.
Thursday prayer meeting 7:30
P. m.
FIRST CHURCH OF THE
NAZARENE
Harry E. Crump, Pastor
Saturday 7:00 p. m. Prayer
meeting.
! Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Ben Short, Supt
Aasrt Supt Wecley Moss.
Morning worship 11 a. m.
55 Ypung'fw&iai^lfe fliJU p.m
I President: Mrs. U!a Croft.
I Junior Society 6:30 p. m. Mrs'
Myrtle Saunders president7 .
Evening worship 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday 7 p. m. prayer meet
Ing. . I
BOYCE MEMORIAL ARP
CHURCH
WilfJam L. Pressly, Minister
Church School 10 a. m.
Lewis Hovis, Supt.
Morning service 11 a. to.
We will celebrate the Sacra
ment of the Lord's Supper at the
morning service.
Meetings in the afternoon:
Elders and Deacons will have a
Joint meeting at 3:30.
* Woman"a Missionary Society
will meet at 3:30.
Intermediate Society will , meet
at 6-^30.
Young People will meet at 6:30.
Meetings Wednesday:
The Men's Club of the Church
will meet Wednesday evening.
Choir practice Wednesday ev
ening.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
T. L. Cashwell, Jr.. Pastor
Sunday: - -
9:45 a. m. Sunday SchOl. ?
E. C. McClain, Supt.
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship.
Sermon by the Pastor
6:15 p. m. Baptist Training Un
ion. W. B. Logan, Director.
7:30 p. m. Evening Worship.
Sermon by the Pastor.
Monday:
3:30 p. m. W. M. S. General
meeting.
Tuesday:
7:30 p. m. Brotherhood barbe
cue at the home of Mr, J. B. Kee
ter.
Wednesday:
6:00 p. m. Sunday School Coun
cil and Covered dish supper.
7:00 p.'m. Prayer meeting.
7:45 p. m. Senior choir rehear
sal.
ST. MATTHEW'S LUTHERAN
; CHURCH
Saturday, Sept. 30 ?
Junior Choir 10:30 a. m.
Sunday, October 1?
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Church Service, Communion,
11 :00 a. m.
The Luther Leagues 7:00 p. m.
?Monday, October 2nd.
Cub Scouts 4:00 p, m.
TueSday, Oct. 3? -
Inter. Girl Scouts 4:00 p. m. -
Wednesday/October 4 ?
Senior Choir 7:30 p. m.
Thursday, October 5 ?
Girl Scout Choraliers 3:45 p. m.
First Weslevan Methodist
Sunday School
WACO no AD
OCTOBER IS RALLY MONTH
Come and Bring a Friend
OCTOBER 1st IS RALLY DAY
Last Year 400 ? -This Year???
VISITING SPEAKER? ENOCH WELCH
CHEROKEE INDIAN FROM CHEROKEE. N. C.
A GOOD CLASS AND A CONSECRATED TEACHER FOR ALL
WE'LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU
Rambling Sketches Of
Oak Giove News
By Mrs. William Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Phllbeck,
and family had as their Sunday
dinner guests, Mr. ?, ancl Mrs. Q. I
V. Phllbeck and children, Barba
ra and Lewis,> and Miss Geneva
Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Davis of Gas
tonia were recent guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bell and
children spent the weekend with
Mrs. Bell's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Alex McMillian of Bessemer City.
Mr. an'' Mrs. Mcaroe Lovelace
of Patterson Grove were visitors
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hor
ace Beit Sunday.
Miss Bettle Jean Champion
was the Sunday guest of Miss
Joan Ford. In the nfternooh Miss
es Champion and Ford, Mr. Gene
I Ware, Miss Margie Allen spent
' awhile >vith Mr. and Mrs. Sim
Dye and Master Phillip Dye of
Kings Mountain..
__________ ? ?
Mrs. Ann McSwain was the
Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Bell and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bell and
son Dennis spent the past week
with Mr. Bell's parents, Mr. ' and
J Mrs. Sam Bell.
?I Mr. and Mrs. William Wright
? spent Sunday in the home of Mr.
1 and Mrs. Stokes Wright and sons
j Charles and Bill.
Mrs. Stokes Wright and sons
Charles and Bill and Mrs. Horace
' Bell spent awhile Monday after
noon in the home of Mrs. Will
McGill of the St. Luke communi
ty, "
^Mr^and^Mrs. Rast us ^ Pi xo^^of
Sunday aftei^joon \sqith their dau
ghter, Mrs. Edgar Bell and fam
ily. Mrs. Bell had the misfortune
of breaking her leg Thursday af
ternoon. She is resting as Well as
can be expected,
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By Way Of Mention
By Lois Beatty
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Falls of New
Jersey have returned home after
spending the past week here with
relatives.
Mrs. E. D. Jennings of Charles
ton spent the past week with her
uncle, Mr. A. E. Cline.
Miss Ann Costner spent the
weekend in Cherryville. ? .
Mr. E. W. Neal of Hickory
spent the weekend with his mo
ther, Mrs. E. W. Neal.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sprouse
and baby spent Sunday in Gaff
ney.
Mrs. Elbert Payne had as her
guests recently Mrs. O. V. Fuller
and children of Belmont and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Rogers and family,
of Rock Hill.
Mr. B. T. Brooks was called to
Virginia Monday because Of the
death of his uncle, Mr. Lacy
Brooks.
Miss Margaret Ruth Heath was
a recent visitor in Gaffney.
| Mr. and Mrs. TrOy Wright and
children spent Sunday with the
llatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
| Dave Smith of Lawndale.
Mrs. Dorus Allen had as. her
guests Sunday her neice. Mrs.
John Sneed and farpily of Blacks
burg.
Mr. and Mrs. FYank Heath, Jr.,
of Gaffney are spending thit
week with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heath.
Miss Blanche Smith of Gasto
NOTICE or SALE
Under and by virtue of the po
wer of sale contained in a deed of
trust given by George C. Hender
son and wife, Bryte Henderson, to
the undersigned as trustee for
W. M. Gantt on the 6th day "of
January, 1948; now on record in
the Register of Deeds Office for
Cleveland County in book 336 at
page 149 to secure the payment
of the indebtedness therein men
tioned and default having been
made in the payment of same
and at the request of W. M Gantt,
1 will sell few cash at the court
house door in Shelby, Cleveland
County, North Carolina, on Mon
day, October 23, 1950, at 10:00
o'clock, a. m., or wkhbi legal
hours, the following described
? real estate:
1 BEGINNING at a stake on the
West side of Piedmont Street in
the Town of Kings Mountain, N.
C., at the southeast corner of the
Barber Shop building and runs
thence S. 88 1/4 approximately 81
feet, more or leas, to ? stake oa
the east side of Railroad Street;
thence along the East margin of
Railroad Street N. 38 E 16.9 feet
to a stake; thence ? straight line
tn an Eastern direction 71 feet,
more or less, to a stake in West
edge of Piedmont street; thence
S. 2 1/2 E. 14 feet to the BEGIN
NING corner, said lot including
the brick building located ttiere
on and known as the Barber
Shop.
This the 21st day of Septem- "<
ber, 1950.
B. S. NEILL, Trustee
J. R. Davis, Arty. s-22-o-l3
nia and Mr. Guy Smith of Lawn
dale were recent guests of their
sister, Mrs. Troy Wright and fam
ily.
. ?. ? ....
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner ot
Rock Hill spent Sunday with the
latter's mother, Mrs. Dorus Allen.
Monel, a nickel -copper alloy, Ls
used for general applications
that require atough, high stren
gth material such as in the hand
ling of many acids, alkalies and
brines.
About 300 miles of 9 percent
and 5 percent nickel tubing was
installed during the past year by
the petroleum industry to resist
corrosion in condensate wells.
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SUBSCRIBE TO THE HERALD
These Prices Also Apply Bessemei Citys
New Dixie-Home Super Market
Double Hed , A U.Mb OQC
Jonathan Apples 3 n ?
Cabbage . . . . 3 - 10e
Yellow Onions . . 4 g 19e
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[Dixie-Home Buys it Fresn
Keeps it Fresh - and Then
r...*PAMTKS it Veri-Best!
Sweet Juicy California
Crl?(? Golden Heart nr?nrfae 9 LI>* 2lC
Celery 2 - "c Oranges .J
PeasT.C:V"? ISc Yams . - 4 - 25c
_ ? . 2 )bs.
u. 8. NO 1 Irish Vresh
Potatoes 10 - 35c * Bartlett Pears 33c
Freeh F?ill-o-Mllk J OQ
Cocoanuts .????? 10
Freshly Made With Noodle.
2 " - 79c Chicken Soup . . . 130
Cn66SC ? ? ? ? ^ Dixie-Home's Quslity Made
Cdtta?eV;6h?ise ^26e=P^otato Salad . ^
? _ ? ...... aaiu F reth
Economical Standard Cut Gr^
Beans 2H?**c*n'
Torsch'e Green and White
Lima Beans M?2C'n ?
Dixie-Home Quality MHd-Flavored Fresh
Pint
Jar
een Dlx.emomC - ^ APP
35c Mayonnaise . 35c
? Dixie-Home Quality Fresh Salad g%?\ n
Dressing . , 5 29<
65'
Luscious Dixie-Home Qu*,lty_^
Peaches ? n? ^^?,r3iC fim w dikui' -
Dessert Favor.te-Libb/s Crushed Q|il*? I Offl
pineapple h?>c~27c rllre Lara .
Fl?, for Bl?ult .?d
? 3-Lb
Carton
TRUE SOUTHERN HOSPITA11TY
IS OU* RUIE fOR COU?TESY
ixie
ome
Dlxle-Hpme Quality
Orangeade 46Cx ^ 25c
Cakes Bake Llflht With Swansdown
Cake Flour 4001 39c
Rose Royal Plain or SeH Rising
Flour . - 15Lb ^
Babies Love Gerbers Strained
Baby Food . . 3 27c
Sunshine. Fresh Crisp
Hi-Ho Crackers Lb "? 31c.
Keeps Food Fresh? Wax Paper
Cut-Rite . ????? *?n 21c
Binlshes RefrlBerator ?dors 20
ioox. 1 ?jU
Southern Gold Coloreo
Borax . . ? ?
Southern Gold Coloreo
Margarine
Peter Pan Creamy Rlon -
Peanut Butter T 35c
i (4 Lb. Sticks) Lb 33c
Peter Pan Creamy Rich
Peter Pan Fresh ?. - Afl
Salted Peanuts7!." 29c
Ready to Eat ? Castleberry*s
Georgia Hash 'c 39
Healthful Swift s Strained
Meats for Babies - 21 c
BUY QUALITY-TENDER!
Ready for the Pan, Disjointed
Dressed Fryers . . . ^ 51?
Selected Sliced Tender
Beef Liver. 69?
P(r?hy P.g Country ?tyl* QuaHty Tender U. 8. Good Boneleaa Top
Sausage . 57e Round Steak 99c
Quality Tendsi U. 8. Good Beef Large Tenoer Oreen
Chuck Roast * 67c Jumbo Shrimp *
Fine for
Green
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