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    Mountaineers Battle
Friday
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Central Gridders
Seek Win Here
Over Ironmen
Kings Mountain high school's
Mountaineers vvill be gunning for
their fist victory In the past 11
gamps with Oherryville high
school In the annual encounter
set for City Stadlukrt Friday night.
Kickoff in set for .'7 <30 p. n> and
the game will mark homecoming
for King;' Mountain. '
The .Mountaineer camp vyas
brighter this week with the re
turn of Gerald Vajentine, sopho
more tackle and defensive wiz
ard: Valentine suffered a cut foot,
missed -the Stanley game Ifst
week::
Return of OlUe Harris, fresh
man hacHfjcJd "prospect, to the
team also upped spirits in the
Kijtgs Mountain camp. Harris
was ordered t" quit football by
his doctor. in August, has added
some weight and -was', alio wed to
rottirn. to Pu- U;:uh. 1 ,
Tfiis year's meet i 1.1; of the
r.ing-s Mountain and t herryville
teams appear.-, to be a toss-up'
and presents the Mountaineers
Willi a better than -average chan
ee of gaining a Victory according 1
to many observers.
C'herr^ville defeated Cra in er t On j
and has lost >tb Lenoir and Lin- !
colnton in games' this season.
Kings Mountain has defeated 1
1 >allas ( .17 7 > -and Stanley (7-0)
-Mid lost to Charlotte T?ch 1 I to 0. j
The Ohetryville lronmen's at
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KINGS mountai
BESSEME& CITY
DRIVE-IN
THEATRE
Located on Kings Mountain -
Bessemer City Highway, only
2 Miles from Kings Mountain.
OPEN 7 DAYS PER WEEK
V FBU SAT.. Sept- 29 30
"SAVAGE HORDE"
William Elliott
'Flies Last Night*
"Fiigid Harp' Cartoon
SUNDAY, Oct.
"RETURN OF THE
FRONTIERSMAN"
Gordon McRae
3 Shorts
MON., TUES.. Oct. 2-3
'THREE CAME HOME"
Claiidetto Colbert
Shorts
Monday & Tuesday
Nights Are
FAMILY NIGHTS
Adm. 50c per car
FRI., SAT? Oct. 6-7
"DOWN DAKOTA WAY"
Roy Rogers and Trigger
4 Shorts
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
October 4 & 5
r\l ? -
7^ ALLURING
/s?risfiTion
SHOULD
& GIRL
ADMISSION 40c
? 2 Shows Nightly ?
? FREE ADMISSION ?
To Children Under 12
ADULTS
ONLY
GAY
SPICY
OAWnG
? i ? ?
tack is sparked by Tailback Ran
dall and Wingbaek Blackwelder,
both vetreans Of the powerful
1919 team. ,
In the line, the lronmen are
paced by Captain Paul Mosn, at
center, and Co-Captain Dewey
Lynn, al tackle, both veterans.
More About
Floral Fair
(Cont'd from front nage'
Davidson, Mrs. Paul Hendricks, .
Mm. Charlie Cash and Mrs- Ver- j
non Crosby. |
Candy, Junior Woman's Club. ]
Canned goods, Mrs. E. B. El
lerbe, Mrs. H. T. Fulton, Mrs.
Campbell Phifer, Mrs. 'George Al
len. ? ?
Bazaar (aprons, fancy work),
.Mrs. C. E. Neisler and Mrs. M. L.
Plonk, co-chairmen. Mrs. II. N. j
Moss, Mrs. Jay Patterson, Mrs. W
VV. Tolleson, Mrs! Mai Plonk. |
Cakes and pics. Mts..C. A. But
torwOrth, chairman, Mrs. p. G.
liattrrree, Mrs. J L Settlemyrc,
Mrs. II. L. Campbell, Mrs. M. C.
Posrtop.
Ice Cream < solicit, and serve),
Mrs. W. E. Biakely, chairman, .
Mrs. E. H. Crouch, Mrs. Bon Beam, I
Mrs. Y. F. Throneburg. Mrs H ft.
Parton.
Publicity. Mrs P. !>.. Herndon,
Mrs. Luther Cahsler.
C-jiicken salad, Mrs. M, A. Ware,
and Mr>. A. W. Kincairi, co-chair
men. Mrs. J. B. Thomasson. Mrs.
J. S. Norman, Mrs H. R, Parton,
Mrs. M. L. Ilott?ier, Mrs George
A Hon.
? Notification committee, - Mrs.
George W. Mauney, chairman,
Mr.-i. V. F. Throru'burg, Mrs. C. A.
Buttervviirih. Mrs. Byron Kcotcr. 4
More About
Local Family
?< Cont'd from front page)
famiiy'of four had only sufficient
time to escape from the fife. Only
aslte? remained of the home,
furnishings and clothing. >
Onee again the Pressleys got a
copy of their farm and home plan
from the council and set to work
to build their home back. All
they had w&s $7,500 insurance
and Mr. Pressley built by the
hour with the aid of neighbors.
Fortunately, the barn and ma
chine shed had not burned.
In April the Pressleys moved
Into their now seven- room home,
completely refurnished, including
an all electric kitchen. A new au
tomatic pump house stands at
the rear of the liou.se and a new
,la<vn and new shrubbery are
growing.' A while wooden fence ?
'acroKv.lthe farm separates work I
areas from the living areas, and {
iv hi e the homo was building, so
was, -a new poultry house
A; the ,--ame time, the Pressleys j
were i n process of revising the
farm plan to sow j>ermanent pas
tare ind increase their live stock ?
and piuihrv production.
dross U. S. farm income for I i
11150 is now estimated at 31.5 l)il- j
lion, dollars, compared with 32.22
billion m With farm prod tie- i !
tion expenses higher than last ! j
year, realized net income may [
t*>t il about .13 billion doHars com
pared with I t billion in 1910 and j j
the postwar record rt( 17.R billion
in Ii> 17.. ji
GASTONIA
Drive-In
Theatre
King* Mtn.-Gastonla Highway I
Box Office Open 6:15 I j
Show Begins 6:45
SUNDAY, OCT. 1 I j|
"Meet John Doe" I i|
Gary Cooper I
Barbara Stanwyck
"Cheyenne Cowboy"
Tex Ritter
News and Cartoon
MON., TUES.. Oct. 2-3 I
"Ichabod & Mister Toad" I !
in color
A Walt Disney Production with I
Glng Crosby Singing I
Cartoon and Comedy I
WED., THUR., Oct. 4-5 I
"Boy From Indiana"
Lon McCalllster I
Lois Butler I
Cartoon and Comedy
FRIDAY, Oct. 6 T
"Streets of San - I
Francisco" I I
Cary Gray I
"Cowboy and the I
Prizefighter" I |
in colon I I
Red Ryder I j
Cartoon I
SATURDAY. Oct. 7 I |
"Colorado Territory"
Joel McCrea- Virginia Bruce I
Cartoon and Comedy I
This U A Family Theatre I
All Children Under It I
ADMITTED FREE
?Shows Storrt A* Dusk? I |
Saturdays Set
As Playing Day
Foi Kid Football
Game dates have been, shifted
to Saturdays lor the remainder of
the grammar grade football lea
| gue double headers with the next
pair of contests scheduled for
City Stadium on October 7.
? In the second set of the season,
played last Tuesday night, Park
Grace defeated a good East ;
school team 25 to 0 and Central
edged West In a thriller 20-14.
Ninth graders added power to
the attack of all schools as the
rules were amended to allow the
upper-classmen to play.
Klckoff return touchdown gal
lops were featured In both games
Tuesday night,
Robert Champion took East,
school's klckoff on his own 40
yard line and went all the way,
Ken Cloninger adding the point
i for a quick 7-0 lead for Park
! Grace In the opener.
Jack Fletcher ran Park-Grace's
klckoff bac'i 34 yards but the
East attack bogged down.
j Champion notched the second
tally for the winners "in the sec
ond period, romping over the 10
yard line.
East started another long drive
that went 60 yards but was Stop
ped on the 2-yard line at the half.
| In the final period Bill Rhea:
the kickoff back 40 yards and a
gain the East attack failed to-hit
paydirt.
Champion added another
touchdown on a 55-yard run In j
the third period and East's Ter
ry Ledford was almost away for
a score on a 25 yard punt return.
In th eflnal period Bill Rhea
slipped over from the 2-yard line
for the final tally but Park-Gracc
had to stiffen up on defense a
gain to stop another East school
dfive on the one-yard line as the
game ended.
Darvln Moss got Central off to
a quick lead, taking a handoff
from Richard George on the kick
off and romping 80 yards for a
touchdown, Fullback Joe Harri
son adding the point jifter.
~ West came "back with a 50 yard
scoring drive tb knot the count,
Quarterback Jerry Queen mark
ing up 7 points.
Mise continued the action -pack
ed play in the first period by ta
king the next kickoff back 55
yards on an identical play as his
first touchdown run to set up an
other Central score. Harrison tal
lied the six-pointer ai.d Miss the
point after.
Central climaxed a 70 yard
second quarter drive with a six
pointer to ice the game. A pass
from Harrison to Cashion and a
lateral tO George good for 25
yards set up the score, Moss go
ing over from the 8-yard line.
In the third quarter BUI Huff
stickler and Earl Marlowe ran
the West machine for a score in a
55 yard drive, Huffstickler crack
in? over for the tally and Mar
lowe ading the point.
The game 'ended with West
knocking on the Central goal af
ter a long drive. Two passes were
knocked down in the Central end
zone as the winners beat the
clock.
More About
Telephones
(Cont'd from front page*
in the pending rate case of the
Southern Bell Telephone & Tele
graph Company before this Com
mission they are requesting cer
tain changes in their toll setup
which, if granted, will provide
Kings Mountain with free service
to Bessemer City, Shelby, and
Grover, and also that these towns
may call Kings Mountain without
Traiii Hits Empty
Car Here Friday
A 1941 Chevrolet, in which a
couple and their four little girls
hf been occupants a few minu
ses previously, was almost com
pletely demolished ?by a Southern
Railway train last Friday after
noon at teh Cedar street rail
crossing after' thevehicle had
sailed on the tracks.
Police Chief N. M. Farr said the
accident took place at around
3:30 p. m. Friday duVing a driving
rain and stated that the driver
a toll. No doubt this will go a
long way, if granted, to improve
the telephone service, or at least
expand it, at Kings Mountain,
j "I would like to add to this let
ter the fact that I was much im
| pressed with the telephone com
| pany's personnel in your city, and
I have every reason to believe
that they have every desire to
provide you with the best of tele
phone servico. '
apparently had misjudged the
location ol the Cedar street road
bed on the west side ot the cross
ing near Kings Mountain Cotton
oil Co. and had headed up the
tracks when the vehk.je stalled.
Owner of the car was listed as
Arthur C. Eyre, of Oak Ridge,
Tenn. Mrs. Eyre was driving the
vehicle when It stalled and the
couple's four young daughters
were also in the automobile.
Chief Farr 9ald ^hat Mr. Eyre ?
told him thta he had ordered his
family out of the car and had run
some 500 feet down the tracks
in an attempt to stop the train.
Farr said the man told him the
engineer ignored his attempt tb
flak the oncoming northbound
extra freight train.
The Eyre's were enroute from
Anderson, S. C., on U. S. 2? north
and were rented ly crossing the
tracks to get some ice for a ther
mos jug. they were carrying.
Conductor of tf)e trains was D. j
G. Ellis of Greenville, S. C. . j
California this fall is experien
cing its worst forest fire season
in 20 years, v
IMPERIAL THEATR]?
^ Kings Mountain, N. C. Phone 134
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, Sept. 29-30? DOUBLE FEATURE
Show opens at 11 a. m.
"Yellow Cab Man" "Border Rangers"
Red Skelton Don "Red" Barry
Laurel & Hardy Comedy ? 2 Cartoons and Serial
MONDAY & TUESDAY, Oct. 2-3
"Loves of Carmen" wlth Rlta Hayworth and Glenn Ford
In Color Comedy ? Cartoon
^ WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, Oct. 4-5? DOUBLE FEATURE
"Prince of Foxes" "Mystery at Burlesque"
Tyronne Powee > Gary Mash-D. Decker
Comedy and Cartoon
"SEE THE B I(G SHOWS FOR LESS"
COMING SOON? 'The Broken Arrow"? "Parisene Follies"
Admission 30c ? 9c
Joy Theatre
KINGS MOUNTAIN. N. C. ? PHONE 500
Friday and Saturday Sept. 29 & 30
"DESERT HAWK"
with Yvonne De Carlo and Richard Greene
2 Cartoons and Short
Monday and Tuesday Oct. 2 & 3
lOHNNY HOLIDAY"
with William Bendix and Allen Martin, Jr.
N?wi and Short
Wednesday and Thursday Oct. 4 & 5
"The Skipper Surprised His Wile"
with Robert Walker and Joan Leslie
News and Short
Dixie Theatre
KINGS MOUNTAIN. N. C. ? PHONE 96
Friday, Sept. 29 Double Feature
"The SECRET oi ST.IVES"
with Richard Ney and Vanessa Brown
"BILLY the KID ROUNDUP"
with Buster Crabbe and Fuzzy St. John
' Cartoon
Saturday, Sept. 30 Double Feature
"STREETS oi GHOST TOWN"
with Charles Starrett and Smiley Burnette
"BLONDE COMET"
with Virginia Vale and Robert Kent
Cartoon
Monday and Tuesday Oct. 2 & 3
"CONSPIRATOR"
with Robert Taylor and Elizabeth Taylor
News
Wednesday and Thursday Oct. 4 & 5
"BOMBS OVER BURMA"
with Anna May Won? and Noel Madison '
News
Extra Special!
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MEN S GOLD-FILLED EXPANSION
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Regularly $13.50
Only $8.10
Other Gold Filled Bands $4.95
Stainless Steel Expansion Bands . . . .$3.95
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