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and tmortMl in ityle, and yet
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Heard In Session
Fourteen case# were heard In
regular weekly session of City
Recorder's court held at City Hall
Monday afternoon according to
a study of court records.
Five defendants were fined af
j ter conviction on charges of pub
j lie drunkenness.
Three men ? Millard Metcalf, |
Jasper Peterraon and John Odusj
Wilson ? were taxed with costs
in three separate cases in which
they were found guilty of assault
'on a female.
W. T, Dagenhart. charged with
(driving drunk, asked for trans
! fer of his case to Cleveland Coun
I ty recorder's court.
Dewey Kenneth Wagner, ol
Kannapolls, was fined $25 and
costs after conviction on a charge
jof driving without nn operator's
Amzle McNeeley was taxed
with costs after he was found
j guilty on a charge of Illegal pos
session of whiskey for beverage
Frank Jackson was fined $25
and costs after he was found;
j guilty of speeding 70 miles per]
Walter Barksedale, of Bbston,
Mass.. forfeited a $50 bond on a
charge of driving without a dri
vers license and was also odrer
ed to pay $10 in damages after
.he had struck a parked car.
Willie C. ttfll was ordered to
Jail for 30 days after he had with
drawn an appeal to Superior
Court of a verdict of guilty on a
charge of public drunkenness.
This year's average yield of lint
cotton peY acre in the Tar Heel
I State is expected to be the small
est In more than 50 yeai*
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D. A. R. Meet
(Cont'd from front page*
reports of interest.
Fourteen pages have been cho
sen to serve at the meeting. Mrs.
Carl Howard of Bessemer City is
Chief Page. 'Miss Frances Sum
mers will be personal page for
Miss Home, and Miss Eleanor
Rose Wilson, Gastonia, will be
page for Mrs. Ragan. Other pages
are: Miss Mary Ann Spencer,
Miss Ann Slier, and Miss Sally
Doizer of Gastonia; Miss Char
lotte Hoey and Miss Randy Lo
g-an of Shelby; Mrs. B. P. Ram
seur and Mrs. Charles H. Harrill
of Lincolnton; Miss Virginia,
Stratton, Miss Beverly Foster, j
Miss Mary Martha Lander, and
Miss Nell 'Archer of Charlotte. ?
Following the business session,
the local chapter will be hostess
at a'tea in the Fellowship Room
of the church. Mrs. E. W. Griffin
and Mrs. Paul Neisler will pre
side over the pundh bowls. Fancy
sandwiches, mints, nuts, cookies,
and punch will be served from
a lovely appointed table.
Ix>cal committees have been
working diligently in prepara
tion for the district meeting. The
following are serving as commit- !
tees: House committee: Mrs. F. !
R, Summers,- Mrs. W. T. Weir, and
Mrs. C. D. Blanton; Tea commit
tee: Mrs. J. E. Hcrndon, Mrs. J. R.
Davis, Mrs. E. W. Griffin, and
Mrs.C. D. Blanton; Punch com
mittee: Mrs. Paul Neisler, Mrs.
Arthur Hay, Mrs. M. L. Harmon,
and Mrs. ^E. Anthony,- Jr . Hos
pitality cTOimittee: Mrs. J. S.
Norman, Mrs. Paul Neisler, Mrs.
Carl Howard, Mrs. H. T. Fulton, i
'Mrs. Arthur Hay, and Mrs. C.^E. j
Neisler; Registration committee:
Mrs. F. R. Summers, Mrs- M. L. I
Harmon and Mrs. Arthur Hay;
Flower committee: _ Mrs. H. T.
MoreAbtfut ^ ^
Battle of Kings Mtn.
(Cont'd from front page)
tlon from the main course of the
Revolutionary War in the South
'Clearly unforseen in the grand
British plan ' to subjugate the
South in a final effort to end the
Revolution, this accidental en
counter in the Southern Piedmont
delayed incidentally, but did not
alter materially, the movement
ol Britain's Southern Campaign.
Kings Mountaih is notable chief
ly perhaps a9 supplying the first
definite forewarning of the im
pending British military disasters
In 1781. It was decisive to the ex
tent that it contributed the earli
est distinct element of defeat to
the final major BqUlsh campaign
of the Revolution."
(Cont'd from from #rage)
hold acceptably a twister tend
1 er's job, but employers have thus
far been reluctant to hire him
because of the brace and the loss
of his finger.
There are others in file, Mrs.
'.Joforth said. Some have lbs* a
leg, an arm, are asthma patients,
or have, other handicapping ail
ments. Uniformly, she say/*, they
i are able to hold particular jobs
and to handle them acceptable.
[ ( "We hope to place them all,"
Mrs. Goforth said.
Employers are beinr; requested
to consider partially wndicapped
persons where they can meet the
tests for employment on the par
ticular Job. ?
< (Cont'd from front page)
Grocery. Peterson's Grocery, Phe:
nix Mill Store. Plonk Brothers
Grocery, and Redmond's Grocery.
Grade "B".. markets Include.
Blalock Grocery. Davis & Son. E
conorriy Cash ^Grocery. Ellison's
i Grocery. Glass Grocery, McCar
j ter's Grocery, Nolan Grocery.
'Pauline Mill Store, Roberts Cash
| Grocery, S. * T. Grocery, Stowe
1 Grocery. Timm's Cash Store, and
j Wefc Grocery.
i Grade "C" markets Include:
Alexander Grocery and Yarbor
! ough Cash Grocery. .
| ..Not listed due to remodeling
wa.? J. Ef. Aderholdt & Sons, while
two -markets, Davis Grocery and
iShockley Grocery, are operating
AT FLO NX 'S
Fred White, son of Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. White, has been em
ployed as salesman at Plonk
Brothers 6 Company, it was an
nounced this week. Mr. White
was formerly employed at East
King Esbo Service.
Dr. D. P. Hord attended the
First District Dental Society
meeting in Aahevltle over the
North Carolina's third annual
Yam Festival will be held at Ta
bor Cky October 12-14. Some 22
or more educational booth* covet
ing more titan 3,0b0 square feet
otf floor apace will be featured.
At Forest City ?
On Friday Night
Goach Shu Carlton was busy
this week trying tj> whip his
Kings Mountain high school
?Mountaineers into readiness for
a Western (Class AA) Conferen
ce Friday night against the
strong Forest City high Golden
Tornadoes on the Rutherford
County team's field.
It will be the first road trip for
Kings Mountain this season, the
first four games on the 10-game
card having already been decid
ed in City Stadium here with the
Mountaineers winning two (Dai
las and Stanley), dropping one
(to Charlotte Tech) and playing
to a scoreless tie with Cherryville
in the first conference game.
Forest city has posted one con
ference victory to date, 13 to T
over Lincolnton. The undefeated
eleven -also posted wins over
Bessemer City (19-0) and North
Carolina School for the Deaf
Halfback Arnold Nanney seems
to be the spark of the Golden
Tornadoes attack according to
press reports. In the first two
games Nanney scored four tou
chdowns. Other scorers were HJn
es 2, White, Newton and Tackle
Steve Lowrance, one each. Rol
lins has placekicked five points
after fcpuchdown. Another * back,
Blantoi, set up one score with a
35 yard run to (he NCSD one-yard
line. Crawley is listed as the ace
defensive man of the squad.
Forest City Has posted one con-'
T-formation attack and all re
ports indicate that the eleven is
a really rough outfit. The Torna
does drew 125 yards in penaltjes
in the Bessemer City game.
The game is to be carried over
Radio Station WBBO-FM accord
Game time is 7:30 p. m. at the
Forest City high school stadium.
Choral Group Is
The 40-volce Kings Mountain
Choral society is currently con
ducting regular rehearsals in an
ticipation of presenting a recital
late this month.
Date for the recital ? to feature
both sacred and secular music ?
has not t been set.
Rehearsals %are being conduct
A total of $156.97 in revenue
?was collected from the city's,
.parking meters Wednesday ac
cording to a report .by City.
Clerk S. A. Crouse.
ed in the recreation room of St.
Matthew's Lutheran church.
Franklin Pethel directs the chor
al group, with Mrs. Aubrey Mau
ney as accompanist.
Pfc. Rowe Patient
At Walter Reed
Pfc. Charles E. Rowe, former
Kings Mountain man wounded
in Korea, is receiving treatment
for serious wounds tut Walter Reed
hospital in Washington.
Clarence' G. Myers, his uncle,
visited the wounded soldier over
Pfc. Rowe sustained severe
cheat and lung Wounds when hit
by a mortar shell fragments, Mr.
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