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    Grammar Football Doubleheaders
Set For Saturday Night At 7:30
Park-Grace is at home to Cen- j
?ral and West is at home to East I
In a grammar grade football, loop
doubleheader scheduled for City
Stadium Saturday night. First
game is to get underway at 7:30
p. m.
The firm game Saturday night
is shaping up as one of the out
standing contests since grammar
football was inaugurated here,
last season.
Both teams are "loaded" with
good prospects and in. the last
doubleheaaer put on great often- [
dive shows of strength.
Hardest work since the last
games on September 26th, how
ever, has been reported at the
East school camp where Coaches
Bud Medttn and Jim Gibson have
only 15 boys to work with.
The East eleven suffered ' de- j
feats in the first two outings but j
has been bolstered somewhat in :
strength by addition of players at j
several positions. The 15- man ;
squad averages around 112 j
pounds. The starring eleven av
erages only lift pounds,
Players are Glen Cable <120>.;
le, Wally Patterson (120), It, Jim
my Robbs i?>o). ig, Clyde Cobb
(105). c, Guy Jones (120), rg,
Hector Short' (125) rt. Soy Dean
Clerk (111), re. Max Blanton :
(132), qb, Harvey Whitger (100),.
rh, Tom Phillips (120), lh, Frank]
Philips (134), fb. Gerry Logan,
(95),. rg, Alton Blanton (85) lg,
Don Thompson (110)g hb, and1
Jack Fletcher (120) hb
Coaches David Neill and Wal
ter Harmon at . West school have
crvattd by C^?jJ?ticy
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a '" man squad that averages a
round 1 10 pound* wijh Joe Meek
Ormand, {starting offensive cen
ter. tipping the Scales at only HO
pounds: .
West sports a husky. bunch of
players, however, with the four
tackles averaging 126 pounds, the
six guards 110. the ends 119 and
the-four starting backs 111.,
Quarterback Jerry Queen, 125,
Fullback Earl Marlowe, 130,
Wingback Bill Huffstickler, 95,'
and Tailback George Harris 95,
spark the West attack which op
erates from the single wing and
"A" formations.
.Other backs are Mike Houser
'(95), tailback, Bobby Houser
(70). quarterback, and Jiles Corn
well (105), wingback or right
Up front the ends are Willis
Green (125), Ronnie Ledford
(110), Dean Blackwell (115) and;
Jim Yarborough (125); the tac- j
kles, Merl Valentine (130), Ken
Burns (130), Eddie Goforth <120)
and James Rushing (130); the
guards. Ranny Arnette (130),
Carvel Morrow (95), Yates Pen
nington (115), Dickie Thompson
(110), Bill Bumgardner. (100) and
David Falls (110); and the cen
ters, Ormand and Jerry McCarter
Details on the other pair of
teams were unavailable this
week but both have top'-noth out
Henry Neisler and Robert Neil!
are -coaches at Park -Grace and
Bill Harmon is the headman at
The grammar games are play
ed under high school rules with
shorter periods of playing time, p
W. J. Fulkerson, former high
school coach, is commissioner pf
the program.
Officers Arrest
Youths For '"Peeping"
_ ? Two. Kings Mountain
boys were to appear before Ju
venile Court Judge Everi?tte Hou
ser in Shelby Thursday after
noon, on charges of "peeping
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The youths ? aged 14 and 15 ?
j were caught "in the act" by Offi*
cers G. H Allen and L. L. Ham
rick' Just after midnight Tuesday
after a telephone call from a res
idence on East King street ac
cording to N. M. Farr, chief, of
Both youths were arrested near
the house, one immediately aft
er the call and the other a short
while later, he said.
Miss Martha Cox, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cox, has
joined Baird's Furniture as of
fice manager, according to an
nouncement by Dan Huffstet
ler, manager of the firm. Miss
Cox is replacing Mrs. Sam Mit
chem, who is Joining her hus
band; a member. of the U. S.
Coast Guard at Norfolk, Va.
nest Orr, Jr.. of Charlotte, assum
ed the duties of Gastonia group
manager of Southern Bell Tele
phone and Telegraph Company
on Monday. He succeeds W. C.
Adams, who is retiring after 42
years service to the company.
The 13-exchange Gastonia group
includes the Kings Mountain ex
Ernest On, Jr.
Succeeds Adams
Ernest N. Orr, Jr., of Charlotte,
has been appointed Gastonia
manager for Southern Bell Tele
phone and Telegraph Company,
effective October 1.
As Gastonia manager. Mr. Orr
will be in charge of a group of 13
Southern Bell exchanges, includ
ing the Kings Mounain exchange.
Others in the Gastonia group in
Gastonia, Grover, Cherryville,
Newton, Lincolnton, Lawndaie,
Shelby, Waco, Maiden and Mt.
~ "Mr. Oh sutx^SflPW?2?. XSSms.
manager in Gastonia since 1908,
who is retiring after 42 years of
telephone service. The new Gas
tonia group manager, like Mr.
Adams, is a widely experienced
telephone man. He was educated
in high school at Charlotte and
continued his education at Ers
kine College at Due West, S. C.,
North Carolina State College at
Raleigh, N. C., and recieved his
A. B. degree from Muskingum
College at New Concord, Ohio.
Mr. Orr Joined the Telephone
Company in 1939 in Charlotte
and gained his early telephone
experience at Winston -Salem,
and Columbia, S. C. During the
i past rwo and one-half years he
has been in Charlotte as division
training supervisor.
Mr. Orr's telephone career was
interrupted while in the service
of the United States Army, where
he attained the rank of Captain.
Mary Patterson
Rites Conducted
Funeral rites for Miss Mary E.
Patterson, 69, route 2, Kings
Mountain citizen, were held Sat
urday atternoon at Shiloh Pres
byterian church In Grover, with
Rev. Park Moore, the pastor, and
Rev. P. D. Patrick, pastor of First
Presbyterian church of Kings
Mountain, officiating.
Interment was made in Moun
tain Rest cemetery here.
Prior to the final rites, the body
lay in state q_t the church for an
Miss Patterson, a native of Clc
veland county, died Thursday af
ternoon, September 28. at 6:45 in
a Charlotte hospital. She had
been ill for four weeks. She was
! the daughter of the late D. C. and
Artie Hambright Patterson and
resided with her brother, J R.
Patterson. She was a member of
Long Creek Presbyterian church.
Some years ago she worked in
Kings Mountain In the W A. Ri
denhour store.
Surviving, in addition to her
brother, is a sister, Mrs. W. H.
Ramsp it, of Bessemer City.
Pallbearers were James Rol
lins, Dick Rollins, Hubert Rollins,
Robert Ramseur, James Ramseur
and L/axion Hamrlck.
Iron was considered ? precious
I metal by the ancient Egyptians.
| As early as 332 B. C. iron was be
I ing cast into various forms used
j for making swords, armor and
| ornaments, and other evidences
t of iron date back as far as 8000
I years ago. Only In recent years
J was 1t discovered that the addl
i tlon of nickel produced a cast
iron 'Which was definitely strong
er, tougher, more uniform in tex
ture and more resistant to wear
? and rust than ordinary cast iron.
Today many thousands pounds of
Canadian nickel are used for this
I Door? on both fresh food and
freeze r compartments of lefrtger
a tors, produced by one of the lsr
fas? manufacturers, are held shut
by the use of Alnko magnets.
The doors will open at the sight
apt pull of the handle, thus the
housewife doesn't have to fum
ble wttli latchea while her hands
are fuH ?>* dishes.
Goli Range, Dudw
Ranch Now Open
? Alex Golf Driving Range urfd
Dude Ranch for Kids is now open
for the fall season according to
announcement toy Jack Murray,
Mr. Murray recently leased the '
grounds and purchased the e- '
quipment of the range from Ned
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4 The establishment is located a i
bout one mile from Kings Moun )
tain on the Gastonia highway
and features pony riding and ri
ding instructions.
. Troop 12 of the Presbytvrian .
church held their me?jtfnj* Wed
nesday- afternoon at the usual
place in the church. t
Peggy Joyce Reynolds was e
lected treasure, for our Juliette
Low foreign country fund. We
discussed camping out. sang
songs and played games
We closed the meeting with a
good hight circle.
Peggy Joyc*? Reynolds
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