istmas Eve Gift - - Buffalo Water Proji^t Go - Ahead - - Top ISews Event of ^68
« Byf|kAaTIN HARMON
Kings vMountain area’s top
ws story: in a news-tilled year
ost will hgree was the Christ-,
mas Eve present received by the'
city: final clearance to proceed
on the BuliCalo Creek water cro-
Top nominee for the second
major news ev'ent was an aggre-]
gate of industrial growth and ex-l
pansion, with six nriw industrial
citizens and four major expan !
sions by existing industry.
Other top news events (with;
no attempt to rate them in order
1) Approval of the Department
of Housing and Urban Develop
ment of $1,644,680 in project
share grants for a) the water
project, b) neighborhood facili
ties building, and c) the urban
renewal program, along with ap
proval by the same department
of $2,500,000 borrowing permis
sion for Kings Mountain Public
Housing Authority to build 150
low-rent dwelling units.
2) Extension of the city limits
first to the northwest, then to
the southwest, and capped by the
425acre extension southwest in
3) The recoixl-setting contribu
tion of $242,000 by citizens for
renovating and expanding Kings
4) The early morning wreck of
a Southern Railway freight
which spread debris over a five-
5) Establishment of a welfare
department interviewing branch
6) Consti^uction begun on sew
age disposal system addition and
7) Mrs. Maude R. Walker be
comes first lady city commission
er, appointed to fill unexpired
term of her late husband, Com
missioner O. O. Walker.
8) Senators Jack White and
Marshall Rauch and Representa
tive W. K. Mauney, Jr., returned
to General Assenrbly without op
Honors came to Kings Moiin-
tain groups and indivlduala dur
ing the year, major among them
honors to high school seniors for
scholarships. Rfck Finger became
Kings Mountain’s first Morehead
scholar, and Danny. Dyke won
two major scholarships, the Wil
liam Whitaker award and the
Pittsburgh Plate Glass scholar
ship. Carolyn Ann Falls won a
major scholarship and Jean Davis
the Otis D. Green Post American
Postmaster Charles L. Alexan
der was named North Carolina
Postmaster of the Year, Mrs.
Haywood E .Lynch was appoint
ed a director of the North Caro
lina Dental Health association.
R. W. Hurlbut was elected| lieu
tenant-governor of Uorth Caro
lina Optimists. Mrs. L. E. Hin-
nant was elected district diiector
of the North Carolina Daughters
of the American Revolution, and
Mayor John Henry Moss was
elected chairman of the Cleveland
Association of Governmental Of-
In sports, Kings Mountain en
tries in the duckpin bowling tour
namentff at RalUmore. Md., took
national honors and the high
scliool basketball team went to
the finals of the Western North
Carolina High School association
Eight lives were lost in acc‘i-
dents, four of them in ear-train
collisions, including Heyward M.
Brooks, Mrs. Irene O. Randolph,
David Harold Evans and Randy
Glenn ENans. Killed in auto
crashe.s were Police Officer Don
Henderson, Eddie Horn, Jerry
Dean Hope, and Many L. Luke,
Six area servicemen died, five
killed in action in Vietnam. These
were Pfe. Harold Welch, 1st
Lieutenant Roy r Cochran, Cpl.
Wayne Gregory Thomas, L/Cpl.
William J. Moses, Jr., and Sgt.
Larry Dellinger. Pfc. Reece Dale
Bowers was killed in an aulo ac-j
cident in Thailand. 1
Among well - known citizens'
claimed by death during the year,
wore F’ormer Mayor Garland E.‘
' Still. City Commissioner O. O.
Walker, William Webster Hardin,
Otis Falls, Sr., William B. Logan, I
A. Dewitte Cornwell, Arthur Phi
fer, Sr., John Dixon McDaniel, |
Mrs. Arthur Hay, William North
Harmon, William Maivin Go
forth, Sam D. Collins. Mrs. A-|
manda Hamrick, Miss Minnie
Phifer, Rev. Ray Wright, Mr.'
land Mrs. Edward J. Stewart,:
'John Mitcham, Mrs. W. J. Craw-'
ford, B. F. Bird, James H. Med-
lin, Mrs, Sarah C. Foster, and
Mrs. Lillian Early.
King Kampers, Inc., opened a
campgrounds off Interstate K3,
Fashion Cleaners began a major
renovation and expansion. Kings
Mountain Cablevislon, Inc., was
chartered and granted franchise
for Kings Mountain, and the ven
erable Bonnie Mills Company
was sold to Mur^GIo, Inc. Oxford
Industries, now building on York
road, acquired Baiwin Knit, Inc.
Geonjo Lublanczki bought the
former First Union National
Bank building and C. T. (Chick)
Continued Oh Page Six
Greater Kings Mountain 21,914
City Limits (1966 Census) 8,256
City Limits (Estimate 1968) 9300
Til* Or«st«r KUw* MouBterts flgur* 1» tx«m tht
•ptctol United States Bureau of the Census report o
lOBUory IS66. and toeludes the 14.990 population o
Humber 4 Township, and tbe remaining 0,124 Iron
Itumber S Township, In ClOTetond County ond Crowder’
Ueuatala Towiutaip in Gaston County.
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Kings Mountain’s Beliabie Newspaper
IVOL 81 No. I
Kings Mountain, N. C., Thursday, January 2, 1969
PRICE TEN CENT?
offalo Creek Water Project Bids Invited January 22
B. Holmes Harry
PROMOTED ^ Lt. James C.
Blanton has been promoted to
the ronk of lieutenant in the .
U. S. Navy. He is son of Mr. ond ^ Shelby road.
Mrs. Dewitt Blanton.
Robert O. (Bob) Southwell re
tains ownersliip of Southwell
Motor Company, Kings Mountain
Ford dealer, Mr. Southwell an
nounced this iweek.
Concurrently, h e announced ^
that Jimmy Armstrong, of Gas-j HIma
tonia, who, it had been previous-1 aUSO vOlllllY S
ly announced was purchasing the I —, « *
Ford dealership here, will join! iM YAAI*
Southwell Motor as sales man-; " AAiBB WA A
ager. ‘ Barbara Diane Goins, who ar-
Doug Eubanks has been ap-j rived two hours and 39 minutes
pointed assistant sales manager. ■ fhe New Year Wednesday
Ford Motor Company, Mr. morning, is winner of both the
Southwell said, deferred approv- Kings Mountain and Cleveland
al of the franchise transfer, and County Baby Dcrtiicfi for 1969.
both he and Mr. Armstronx. de-: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goins of
cided to cancel the purchase a-’J-440 Second street are proud par-
greement. lents of the new arrival, a brun-
Both Mr. Southwell and Mr. ette, who weighed in at Kings
Armstrong have been in the au- Mountain hospital at five pounds,
tomobile business mmees. „
ing lives. Mr. Southwell, a native She is second daughter of Mr.
of Romo, Ga.. came to Kings and Mrs. Goins. Older sister is
Mountain in 1960 and was cm-; five-year-old Tammy Goins,
ployed first as a salesman by Dr. John C. McGill was the at-
Plonk Motor Company. He ob-j tending physician,
tainod the Ford dealership from) Both mother and daughter were
Fred W. Plonk and in 1963 open- 'anticipating going home from the
ed a new building and business hospital Thursday or Friday, j
Mi*s. Goins said yesterday. As]
winner of the Kings Mountain)
First Baby Derby, the parents |
will rtwive a large number of'
prizes from Kings Mountain areaj
Mr. Goins is a native of Kings.
Mountain. He works for Wix
Holmes Harry, of Grover, vet-
raii member of the Kings Moun-
Jtain district board of education,
resigned this week.
Phillip A. (Tippy) Francis, al
so a Minette Mills olficial of
Grover, has been appointed by
the board of education to fill Mr.
Harry’s unexpired term which
would have ended in May 1971.
Mr. Harry became a member
the education board when area;
-lidation was effected July 1,!
He was re-elected without i
tion to a full six-year term!
i5. He gave ill health as his
Francis s a member ofj
Presbyterian church, the
r Lions club, and other or-*
tions. His wife is the for-
Jean Harry, daughter of;
Mayor and Mrs. Franklin Harry. ■ _ -
At Monday night's rreeting the: l.t KlAtltnil
board accepted the resignation of "
Mrs. Diane Randolph as physical
education instructor at Central fTrOlIlOldl
school and elected to suc ceed her
Miss Sara Elizabeth McGill of LioiitcnanI James C. Blanton,
Blacksburg. S. C. USXR, son of Mr. and Mrs.
■ After lookin:; over sketches of Charles DeWitt Blanton of Kings
possible additions toKingsMoun- Mountain, was advanced to the ciew* porooration
tain high school, board members (»f Lieutenant recently. ; on duty as usual New Year’s Day.) " apandparents
expressed favor for a two-story Lt. Blanton is a 1965 graduatei But, virtually all other busi- ^jj.j5 *Qjyde E. Goins of Kings
12-room addition and instructed of East iCarolina University with closed their doors for ^joumaln and Mrs. Annie I>?e
Superintendent Donald O. Jones a bachelor of science degree ^ Hanev of Gastonia.
to confer with state officials con- business. After receiving his' The city’s drugstores operated
cerning such an addition, plus commission for Officer’s Candi- T p.m., the newspaper office
quarters for additional vocation- date School. Newport, R. I., he 'vas open as the New Year’s Day
al education instruction. served aboard the USS Sheldrake Herald was published, the city
Supt; Jones said Wednesday ( AGS-19), homoported in PcarL stand was open and service
funds are available or will be a- Harbor, Hawaii. He served as stations operated.
vailable in the foreseeable future Engineering Officer and made Most store p'>rsonnel weie on ^ r j .
to construct the high school ad- two cruises to the Republic of.^J^ty for at least half the day ori J. Wilson Crajwlord was nam;
dition, hopefully for use in the South Vietnam while stationed a-^ attend to end-of-the-* ed ehaiiTnan
n 1 W. 1 iRmI Approval
Barbara uoms Is|w[«?
^ ^ ^ ^ I Christmas Eve
First Baby Of 69
By MARTIN HARMON
Armstrong, 36, got his start as
a enr salesman with his father,
Arnold Armstrong. They are
partners in Arnold Armstrong &
Sons, used car firm, in Gastonia.
New Year's Day
No Holiday For Some
The city sanitation crews wei^
Mrs. Goins is the fonner Edna 'son of Mr.
Haney, native (J! Gastonia. Prior-Hi-mphries,
; to her marriage she worked for
board the h,.T:iogi‘aphic survey; Y^^r inventory
ship Sheldrake. )
Recently he volunteered to un-j
dergo training in Explosive Qrd-
nance Disposal where he will re-i — . ■
reive 36 weeks clf Naval school-! ¥( KVAHiIAYOH
ing to train to recognize, handle, BAAllBlillliVl*
disarm, and dispose, of all ex- A Grover student. Joyce Paul-;^^y pointing out that vintin.
'lie Kings Mountain city com-, plosive ordnance be it on land or elto Ponningtqn, received her been razed in Kings M ■
meeting in special ses- under the sea. A. degree December 21 in Win-i tain during the past
pn Friday, adopted a resolution Lt. Blanton is presently enroll- tlirop’s mid-year graduation cxer-'t’hot only 26 new houses liaa D
commendation of ,the moon or- ed at the Underwater Swimmers rises on the Rock Hill, .S. C.| built. j i ,
biting astronauts and the Nation- School Key West, Florida, for an campus. | Crawford had previously
a) Aenniautics ami .Space Admin- eight week cour.se of instruction Dr. Charles S. Davis, Winthrop: tnld the group ho was close to
istration for their historic accom- in the principles of diving. Upon president, conferred degrees on “ T\nr v wio n an-
1970-71 school term.
City Commends ,
The city commission will re
ceive bids January 22 on the
Buffalo Creek water project.
Action W'as taken at a special
.m<*eting Friday night, after, final
clearance was received Christmas
Eve from the Department of
Housing and Urban Development.!
In announcing the go-ahead,!
Mayor John Henry Moss reported!
land acfiuisition progressing well,'
with 49 of 71 properties ref|uiredi
for the dam and lake site cither;
purchased or optioned, represent
ing of owners.
Mayor Moss said the city would
proceed immediately to pursue
plans to devclopo recTcational as
pects of the lake area, reported
22 agencies, federal, stale, coun
ty and local, had been involved
in the pi'Oiect, in addition to in-,
dividual* and private business
.He reiterated appreciation to
Jean Schcnck, U. L. Patterson,
Virgil McIntyre, and Jenkins
Morrison for making lake she;
property available to the city
.Mr. Schcnck, who was present,
commented, "I don’t believe ten
percent of the people of Cleve
land County yet conceive what
this project wall moan to the.
county economically and I'ecrea-
tionally. I foresee the day when,
the whole lake area will bo seiw-'
ed with water and sewage.”
Mrs. Edward! W. Iv Dickson, city consulting
awarded his| engineer, pointed out the project
Eagle rank in Scouting at close, has a two-fold pin*pose: 1) as a
of Sunday moming worship serv , water supply for the Kings Moun-
ices Sunday at First Baptist .tain area and Eastern Cleveland,
church. !County and 2) as a recreation!
Fii*st Baptist church siionsois* center. He noted that the State
EAGLE SCOUT Frank Hum
phries, IS-yeor-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edword Humphries, is
recipient of the * Eagle bodge,
highest award in Boy Scouting.
Wins High Award
Frank Humphries, 13-year-oUl
OFFICER — Nancy Lublanezki,
senior student ot the University
of Mississippi, was recently
elected an officer in the student
chopter of the American Pharm
aceutical Association. She is re
cipient of o scholarship from the
American Foundation for
In Student Post
Of Rights Act
Kings Mountain school dis
trict’s assignment plan for the
1909-70 term starting next Sept-
I ember complies with the civil
I rights act, ofliicials of the Office
i of Education, Department of
■Health, Education and Welfare,
i have informed the board of edu-
I- ‘CON^ratulatlons were tendered
in the letter by federal education
! Under the plan. Park Grace
I and Compact schools will cease
, To exist. Park Grace plant will
, be offered for sale, and Compact
will bo utilized for special edu-
c’ation for the retarded. New Dav
idson, now the center for special
educaiion, will be utilized for ad
ministrative offices. Students at
Park Grace and Compact will be
transferred to other plants.
Initially ordered to pair Park
Grace and Compact schools as to
pupils (Compact being the dis
trict's last all-Ncgro school), the
board of education asked dispen
sation for the current term on
grounds that late reassignment
of pupils would be cronfusing to
parents and pupils and that the
North School addition under con-
with the stipulation facrulty dc-
.segregation of Compact and
. Park Grace be effected.
Miss Nancy Lublanezki, a sen-
Troop 92 of which young Humph-, Board of Health has approved iot’a* Fni\crsity of Mississip-^Psimplify reas-
ries is a member. ' the lake for recreational develop- pi, was recently elected an;,
Scoutmasters Jim Yarbro and ment. ' ofiicer in the Joint Student Chap-\ The Office of Education agreed
Ken Pruitt-made the presonta- Congratulating the city weix* ter of the American Pharmaceu-
tion. Lamar Young, chairman of the tical Association — Mississippi
Humphries, a charter member Cleveland Organization of Gov- State Pharmaceutical Associa-
of the troop since its o>r»aniza-| ernmental Officials, Magistrate J. tion.
tion 30 months ago, is the first Lce Roberts, Gone Timms, prosi- -. *•
, . u r A Eagle Scout pinned in the troop, dent of the Chamb<»r of Com- Association is
of a to-bc-formed aorumi.latcd 26 merit badge's mcrce, Rev. S. T. Cooke, Captain with stimulating gioaler interest
Kings Mountain Boaixi of Real- _ - .
tors Tuesday, as realtors, build-
my M m I ers, and contra’ctors met to ... «
InlSS A 0IIII11IQIO11 cuss implementation of the senting Cleveland County. He'minutes of the c'ommission, said is a memlier of Kappa Kpsi*, (^jty Hall courtroom is expeot-
or's call for 1000 houses withi co-chairman of a Junior lead- first step on the Buffalo project National pharmaceutical so- ^ (q Y)C among the busier places
i.t_ ..1 I ^ roritv. and a membpr of the . .
''fl* the past summer and was award- B. M. Ormand, and Senator Jack jj], profession of pharmacy. Tlanwtjl
* t a scholarship to'Sehief Scout;White. Miss Lublanezki is also active m D0QinS 1 nlirStldy
Ranch at Mendham, N. J. repro- Mayor Moss, reviewing from ‘^dhei student oiganizations as *
training weekend f or, was taken in July 1966.
rority, and a member tbf* in town beginning Thursday when
a three-year period. ership ... .w..., .
The Mayor opened the n^oting county patrol leadei'S and servedj Engineer Dickson estimated Women s House Council at the county and city tax listing gets
46 houses vice-chairmnn of the Battle- completion date at March 31, University. underway.
ground district in the Order of 1970. Earlier in the rear, she wa.s, Township tax listers will
Arrow, a fraternity of Scouts; In other actions, the hoaixi: iumoroci at a bamniet* as one oV courtroom daily, Mon-
who have exceptional ability ati 1) Received bids on a sower recipients of a scholarship dfiy through Friday, from 8:30
camping. Ho qualified in mile line, as agent for Gaston County the American FoundatioiF until 5 p.m., and on Satur-
swim, lifesaving, canoeing and to serve Kings Mountain Indus-, Pharmaceutical Education Mays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at
Scout lifeguard during a summer: trial park, with Sanders Broth- * the Grover Rescue Squad build-
'Phe resolution was dispatched
to Dr. Thoinns O. Paine, acting
diiector of NASA.
The resolution n*a(ls:
“The city commission of Kings
Mountain, Norlli Carolina, site of
Ihe Battle of Kings Mountain,
f).-toher 7. 1780, wliich turned the
Coyitbtued On Page Six
Concept Furniture Is Continuing
Interviewing Potential Employees
Wayne Farrington of High
Me of the Revolutionary War to Point, pianf manager of Concept
ictory for the American colo- Purniture Corporation, is inter-
nies, in meiding on this historic viewing potential employees of
'day of Deceml)i*r 27, 196S, her<‘by the new firm which is building
"That the magnilicent feat of Parrington said he had in-
the National Aeronautics and terviewed over 40 production and
.Space Administration organize- office workers and noted that the
,iion and its valiant astronauts inifii-jyi expects to hire 100 local
the Apollo S flight, successfully people. He is conducting the in-
^•ompleled with their return to- tervUws during banking hours in
day from orbiting the moon, is the upstairs office of First Union
another major niilestoiu* in the, jvational Bank,
history of the United Slates of “We don’t have a roof on yet
AnKM’ica and reflects ihe highest hut building plans are progress-
patriotism and e()urage hy thi? ing.” Mr. Farrington, an engineer
asti*onauls Ih^'mselves and tbe by profession, said this w^*ek. He
School of the University of Iowa.
He joined an associate firm of
Concept Furniture 10 years ago
as engineer. The family is Bap
Concept Furniture Corporation,
a newly-formed North Carolina
firm, has under construction at
Ai*chdale a 3.5,000 square foot
building which will be utilized
for manufacture of upholstered
furniture. The company is utiliz
ing the former building which
housed Plonk Motor Company on '
Battleground avenue to do sam-^ i «« ■
pie work. The now building will HAATl
he air conditionc'd and the pro- Ir*
trading with a party’* who plan
ned to build a 40 to 60 unit apart
Mayor John Henry Moss told
the group, “We feel wc can con
tinue our present service, wliicli
wc regani as good." He spoke
concei-ning provision of city util
ity services and street improve
ments. He added, "We feel wo
can expand in about any direc
tion within reason.
Hal S. Plonk said Crescent Hill
Development Company is in pro
cess of openinij 70 to 80 lots.
Fred Wright suggested ■riii Allen DSA com-
Mountain lacked "speculative -•
builders”, added, "a man wants to' r '
Aquatics course. He has served
his troop as senior patrol leader
for two years.
The Kings Mountain Jaycecs
are now taking applications for
their annual "Young Man of ihe
Year” award to be presented Jan
uary 21st at the Woman’s Club.
E)eadline for nominations is
SCO more fhan one vrtien he 1® j be addressed to Mr. Allen
I at PO Box 303, Kings Mountain,
N. C 28086.
I Nominees should be between
j the ages of 21 and 33 and a resi
dent of the Kings Mountain area.
Anyone is eligible for the award
land anyone is elii;ible to nomi-
buying a suit of clothes”.
will be fully! Daniel J. Ray. son of Mr. and natc a camlidale, said Mr. Allen,
many olh(*r tlunisands of people and his family, which includes! mechanized. !Mrs. Claude Ray, received the
involved in this furthest explor-.his wife, Billie Oakley Farring- The brick-steel building under-i purple Heart December 21 for
atlon of the planetary system.”
A QUIET DAY
police reported no
^n'etks or firc»s nor arn'sts
made on New Year’s Day We<l-
nesday in the city limits.
ton. and their six-year-old son,'way will have two temporary*wounds he received in Vietnam.
DeWayno, have move ! here and w-alls for easy expansion to a Pfc. Ray is i*ccuperating In a
are residinir at 613 North Canslcr projected potential of 180,090 hospital in Japan, his parents re-
stnad. square feet on the 30-acre site! port.
Mr. Farrington was graduatea and with potential employment Pfc. Ray’s ad<iress: HA 1281-
from Summer high school of ! of from .500 to 6(V> p«n’S(ms. 13903 Co. A*2 503 82ARB Dlv. APO,
Greensboro and Engineering ‘iSan Francisco, California 96228.
Junior Woman’s club mem
bers will meet Monday night at
7:30 p.m. at the Woman’s club.
Mrs. Ken .Cloninger and Mrs.
'Gilbert Brazzell are hostesses.
Mrs. Frank Hinson is program
Chairman for tiltc meeting.
ers, of Charlotte, apparent lowl She is daughter of Mr. and ing, through Monday, Fob. 3.
bidder at $37,532. A. P. White.: Mrs. George Lublanezki of Kings Assisting Edwin Moore, No. 4
Continued On Page Six Mountain. Township tax fister, will be Mrs.
Charles Ballard and Mi*s. C. T.
No. 5 Township Lister is George
Murray Nvho will conduct listing
at his residence in VV’aco with the
t'xception of (he following sched
ule: Jan. 2 at Horace Eakor
A Grover s<Tvicc station oper-'I..(.'mmons will officiate, and in- store. S a.m. to 5 p.m.: Jan. 3 at
ator-Ernest Alfred Gilliam, .52. torment will bo in the Grover Four Point Grocery from 8 a.m.
died of a hea*t attack Monday, cemetery. to 12 noon; Jan 4 at Four Point
morning at 9:30, two hours after The boily will be taken to the Grocery from 8 a.m. to 12 noon;
he extinguished an oil stove Gilliam home Thursday morning Jan. 6 at Boss Superrette from
Wife Burned in Blaze, Husband ^
Dies Two Hours Later; Rites Friday
blaze at his home and rushed his
burned wife to the hospital.
Mrs. Gilliam, 42, is being treat
ed for first and second degiee
bums. Comner Ollie Harris said
cither Mrs. Gilliam or her hus
band were lighting o flro and
had poured kerosene into a stove
at 11 and will lie in state until S a.m. to 5 p.m.; and January 7
the hour of service. at Gri-gg Grocoiy from 8 a.m. to
Mr, Gilliam was a son of the! 5 p.m.
late Mr. anh Mrs. Jeff Gilliam.' There is no change in listing
He owned and operated Spur , procedures and in taking of the
Service Station in Grover. j farm census from previous years,
Surviving are liis wife, Mrs.'said Air. Moore. All real estate
Geneva Jackson Gilliam: four and pci*sonal property owners
sons, Bobby Gilliam, Charles Gil- arc required to list. AH changes
Mr. Gilliam suffered the at- Ham. both of Grovc'i*. Junior Gil* in real estate, such as new con-
tack at his home in the Antioeh Ham of Monroe and Jam<*s Gil-j struction or other improvements
community after admitting his Ham of Kings Mountain; two must be ix*ported. AH buildings
wife to tlic hospital. At 9:30 a.m. daugliters. Mrs. Margaret Ann under (‘onstruction which have
ho was pronounced dead on ar- Black of Germany and Miss Judy! not been completed as of January
rival at the Kings Mountain hos- Irene Gilliam of the home; one 1 will be appraised and charged
pital. ' brother, Boyd Gilliam of Kings in aevordance with the perc*ent-
Funcral riles for Mr. Gilliam, Mountain; and one half brother,j age of completion. Male persons
will be held Frtda.v at 3 p.m. Garnie Manis of Grover; two sis- between the ages of 21 and 50
'from Antioch Baptist church of ter.s, Mrs. Geneva Hudson and, are required to list poll tax. Crop .
Iwhich he was a member. Rev.'Mrs. Virgio Adams of Grover: reports are required of farmers^^
I Wayne Tuttle and Ucv. Rudolph and two giandcliildicn. Continutd On Pago Six