TRurs3ay, Noveml^r 10,
KH^S.MQUKTAIN HERALD. KINGS MOUNTAIN. N. C.
Recoid Enrollment At G-W.
Students From Many Conntiies
BOILING SPRINGS — Card-
ner-Webb students this year hail
from three foreign nations, 20
states of the union and 60 coun
ties of the 100 in North Caro
With a record enrollment of
1,262 students, the college finds
a breakdown of 835 boarding
students and 427 students who
commute each day. Of these stu
dents, 750 or around 60 per cent
are of the Baptist faith follow
ed in number by 209 Methodist,
99 Presbyterians, 29 Catholic,
and 77 who are not affiliated
with any church.
There are 22 faiths represented
including 27 Lutherans, 27 Epis
copalians, seven United Church
of Christ, five Moravian four Re
formed, four Society of Friends,
four Church of God, four Holi
ness, three Christian, two Chris
tian Scientist, two Jewish, two
Non-Denominational, and ..one
each from the Brethren, Bud-
dist, Christian Missionary Alli
ance, Congregationelist, Church
of Christ, Evangelical and Re
Gardner-Webb College had 1,-1
193 students last year as com
pared with 1,262 this year. Of
this number this year 414 are
sophomores, 780 are freshmCti,
five are unclassified, nine are
special students, and 54 are ev^
ning college students. i'
International students are Med-
hi Watanasirirook, an engineer
ing student frpm Thailand, Ab^
dulmassih Aziz, an engineering
student from Lebanon, Saad
Ghaow;J, engineering student of
Lebanon and Jane Oswald, an
American citizen who i* resi
dent of Puerto Ricd. ' ‘ i
Tar Heels number 953 . follow
ed by 222 South oaidUnians and
26 Virginians, New Jersey' and
Now York have ^Ven stud«»ts
efich at the college, Florida-has
nine, Penneylvan ig. ’ five, ^ Georgia
and Tennesst'o three each—and
ipolorado, the District of Colum
bia, . Maryland, ai>d. - Ohio two
each. One each is from Alatoma,
Onllfprnia, Delaware, Hnwsdl, Il
linois,^ Kentucky a^- MftSMChu-
setts. ', ■ ^.
Cleveland County with 245
students in the college leads all
60 countiies of the' state repre
sented at the college, followed
by Rutherford County with 124
and Mecklenburg Cbunty -with
79. Catawba County haa 55,
Burke 45, Forsyth .43, Gaston 33
and Guilford 25 students.
^ ^ Anniversary
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This Week Only!
Ail Ladies Dresses
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599 ..d 099
099 ,K,u 1199
Ha Sa Bonds Boll \
In Record Nnmbor
Scries E and H-UB. SaVings
Bonds sales .,for, Sept^^ of
1S4,5%,423 showed^^ mcreaie of
VS percent over the" same mbnth
of li965. .These were the best
sales recorded fojr September
'H Bond sales showed a .sub
stantial increase of 133 percent
and 'were the best September
sales for the past four years. E
Bond sales were off 1 perceht
f, , 1
Cumulative. Sa^ngs \ 'Bon
sales for January" Septeipber
were, $4i-;2W,084. up 5.2 -percent
over. the, compju-abild period of
19iK-ahd'Were the highest Janu-
aily • ^ptember- skies since
1955 This is 77.9."percent of
North Carolina's 1966 dollar
quota of $52,900,060.’^
. Savings Bonds .sold during
September in Cleveland County
amounted to $51,555, .Recording to
George Blanton, Jr, Cleveland
County Volunteer, chairman.
Jdnuary r SeptembCT sales in
the County totaled $^,185. This
is 85.5 percent of the County’s
goal of $424,800 for 196(6.
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<v.. - ... J ' T . ...
tilizer is eligible to vote. This in
cludes the wives or husbands.
These are the people who con-
tribut to the program by tossing
'in a nickel for each ton of feed
or fertilizer used. The money is
VeaR --'chmlo'ttari :^^iog
GbsMiffW Ihipef fou« .perfouaunces 4hUi- Y««kr, in-
irtedd;^;tlttn». ha^aitlbg j^rtdiiy, X>e«mber 9. Tickets go W sole
'Money from the “Treby goes
to,'help provide summer camping
facilities for boys and girls.
Since' it started,- the r'Ti^” has
yielded nearly $35,000 for such
.t ; . ;
Each year the Christmas: music
Of the‘‘Tree” differs, except that
the final number is’ olways "Si
lent Nigiit” done differently each
time, and with unique tree light
Charlotte’s’ ’.fjimous .'‘.i^'Sihgin'g
Christnbs''. "ri,. ^IbhrVting
its ’ eleventh ynr! W^th ‘f^r./oon--
seCbtive" pertdl^ances/ 'staVtfng
Fittay 'December'9? ^
, ' ™,The. singin.g is .' under -the di-
how mSch dl4ldr./or:i;igg!fer .Mrs. Alice Berman, as
uniqueJCgrollna Christmas Spec
tacle Will grow, t
it: has' been "the eldv^ years.
Pvt. beliingM; .
At Al€ibama’;Bose f
Pvt. Roger Dellinger, son of
Mr. and Mrs. BuJ^n' Dellinger
of Kings Mountain, Is stationed
at Fort McClellan, :Ala., where
he is undergoing Ariny basic
Dellinger attended Kings Moun
tain high school and formerly
vyas employed by City Heating
His wife is the-former Diane
A' Ibiirth ‘ performance
added y!?®r beoause IrundredS
•t .peif!»hs'Couldn’t-get‘ tickets
to -tesi^^r’s three < (*old-out‘per-.’
formaheea- The. 2,512 seats 'in
Ovens.&m^oFi'um, have jiist been
too> few'idr those -who sought to
attend.,'., r3 . ; r ' :
Sontie'people cotne by charted,
ed buses! SolmC cbme by carloads.
Many arrive early a'hcl'eat picnic
suppers■’^n- ’the ^rkihg- lot. - ' |
The Idur .perfofmartces-of the ■
“Tree’*- this year will 'be given |
Decem^f 9, tl6, '.ll,-12; The Sun- i
day matinee'perfbrmance will be
at 3:0P p.m‘i. apdi the other per
formances are at 8:15 p.m '
All seats are reserved, and
prices remsain unchanged at $1.50
and $2.00 each... ■ ' r
Tickets to this yedr’sr“Tree'’
was go on sale Monday, Novem
ber .14, by mail You may'order
ticket^ now by writing-to "The
Singing Christmas Tree’’, P.O.
Box 208, Charlotte, N.C.
Painless progress. That’s the
simplest way we know to describe
the unique program called
"Nickels For Know-How".
Most progress isn’t, painless. It
is bought at a cost of sweat and
tears. Sometimes blood too, as
the saying goes. Not so with this
program. It only costs nickels.
About a total of thirty cents a
year for the average farmer.
Sound like small change? Well,
it doesn’t cost the individual
farmer much. But then end re
sult is big. Over 234 tons of
nickels have been gathered
through the plan during the fif
teen years it has been in effect
That comes to about $2,205,000.
These funds are being used to
launch new projects which are
not Immediately supported by leg
islative a ppropriationsv Projects
of agricultural research and edu
cation. The money is here when
it is needed. The need has arisen
Right now, Nickels For Know-
I How funds are supporting probes
involving genetics, dairy cattle
breeding, animal nutrition, vege
tables, tobacco insects, black
shank, blueberries, poultry phy
siology, nematodes, witchweed, al
falfa weevils soil fertility, com
breeding, cotton marketing, milk
production, soybeans and forage
crops. Just to name a few.
Where the money is spent is
determined by the board of direc
tors of the North Carolina Agri
cultural Foundation. The group
has made' wise decisions and un
'The farmer’s decision is even
bigger. He has to decide whether
or not he wil continue to finance
j the program. That decision will
I be made on Nov. 22 in the Nickels
j jfor Know-How referendum,
1 Anybody who uses feed or fer-
Pvt. Quay Moss *
In Basic Training
Pvt. Quay Moss, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Moss of Gro
ver, is undergoing Army basic
collected from the manufacturers j training at Fort McClellan, Ala.
by the N. C. Department of Agri-! A graduate of Kings Moun-
culture The nickel per ton is in-j tain high school, Pvt. Moss was
eluded in- the retadl cost of the i formerly employed by Magnolia
, . I Finishing Plant in Blacksburg,
‘ j S. C.
His wife is the former Karen
Vote for painless progress.
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