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.iiKs.VGood Citilzons” for the month
dCnOOlS Ifdltte l Oet O^bcr
^Good Citizens j Eelhwaro — Wanda Carter and
k ! Kenneth Fowler, first grade; An-
* A total of 161 Kings Mountain nette Putnam, Jeff Champion,
distriot pupils have Wm lapped! Howard Dixon and Donna S'-ism,
second grade; Teresa Hoaser, j
I Brent Bell, Stacie Rliea, Diamv
j Williams, Jimmy Laney, ami
i Kim Dixon, third grade; Don Sidl-
ors, Trudy WhisnanI, Cathy Mc
Daniel and Carl Burton, fouAli
grade; IWbin Crawlcrd, John Har-
ain, Cindy Lovelace -and ^.m Pat
terson, fith grade; and Bobbin
u. ooins, James Sanders, R.'ckj
Smart and Angela Clark, sixtli
THE KIN^ ^OUNTAIN_HERALD. KINGS MOUNT/UN, K a
'IB. B. Baker,
Cleveland county farmer was
cers named by delegates who are od by the community commiltee-
' newly eleotetl A.SC community men to serve staggered 3-year
officers iiamisl by delegates wlio teims, so that ordinarily one
are newly<'lected A.SC cimimun- vaeancy occurs each year. The
ily (oinmitteemen lot 11173. Com- county' committee alternates are
munity committees a.ssist the elected for one-year terms,
well- known lounty cotnniittei' in laim pro-
The newly elected county' and
Many 'blrf^T defects do not be
come apparent until Hie victim is
in his early twenties, or older, ac
cording to the March of Dimes.
Mothers tinder 17 give birth to
a disproportionately large num-
gram administration and lielp . ..
ru ARioTic nuke named to the County Agricultural farmers informed of pro- community committeemen take jjer of “low birth weight" iunder
C imnanv recentlv oassed the - office January 1, 1972. : 5.5 lbs.) baibies, the March of
i..-..i.mpany recently .passia toy 'rt iABCl committei' to delegates to
billion mtark in Ion)' term debts j
the ASC county convention, held
Dewmber 13 at the ASCS of
The delegates also selt'Cttsl!
John W. Cline and J. C. Palmer
as chairman and vice-chairman of
tee, and named O. C. Dixon and
C.-'unty committeemen are (dect
Eiirly Childhocd Education Con- - with the $100 mdlion in
ICr at Compact: Teresa Freeman, mortgage bonds and notes.
Amo.s McCluney, Pam Bridges and. «- E. Fra/.er, Duke's vii-e prest-
Dean Roberts, first grade; Usa ' dent-finance and treasurer, said
Edgerton and Demetris Goode, that the transaction .s-aw the corn-
second grade. ! pany offer $40,000,000 in first
Ea.st — Todd NeLson Fite, Bob mortgage bonds and irvin'*'.Spake'as first and" s'ecom
by Franklin Huff.stetler, Jane Lot ; in seven year notes has been uiree-membi-r cwnty commit-
tin and Lar-sten Williams, first completed. The bonds sold at a„p,.nate committeemen,
grade- Cathy -Moore, Wesley Rob ^ 3.S ,,er cent interest and the a^c committee is
frts. Bony -Sheffield, Lenetle Per - at 6.S5 per cent interest. :
due. Barry Lowrance “nd Eric, 0^,^^ has issued St30 g .vernmenl farm pr>
Wright, second grade Kri^ million of new financing tn 19il, such as acreage allot-
Huftstetler, Regina Bell, T^t 3^^, ,he utility’s long-term debt <,,igibie crops
Thomasson, ifureiC stands slightly over $1 liil- consei’vation co.sl-sharing on
third grade; Carla Bridges, Karui. addition to debt financ- aj,ritullural lands.
ing, Duke which last month pass- vacancies were filled and
ed the million mark in total jhe County AS(.' committee ofti-
number of customers served in its 1
Piedmont Oarolinas serv'ice arc>a, I
has sold $167 million in com-! jaiupin 1,
mon stock (6.5 million shares and I ouring the 1971-73 period,
120 million in preferred stock) Ipahe Power will -spend $1.1.S2
during the past two years. |-,;;;ion on new construction..
The money derived from the fi-$774,300,000 for generating
Hallman, Lisa Hampton, Billy
Campbell, Keith Blanton and Todd
.fellers, fourth grade; Teresa Dov
er. Greg Sims, Nancy Rikard and
Butch Pearson, fifth grade; and
Mark Sanders, Randy Hord, Cindy
Leech and -Mimi Mercier, .sixth
Grover — Eva MontgiTmery,
Scett Harry, Annette Murray,, . - „
Kenneth Camp Della Faye For- ^ naneing program is being used facilities, $3SS.60(),(XX) foi- addition
tenberry and Timothy Caveny,' Ffieetpally in Duke Power’s ma.s- ai transmission and distribution |
first grade- John Barnette, Patti >lve ennstruetion program. The facilities and $19,100,00<) f-rr 'tber
Castn, Rupert Stephens, Sarah Bid company has over S.OOO.OOO kilo-, plant facilities. '
dix, and Leard Keeler, second ^ watts of generatin.g rapacity in company is forecasting
grade; Tina Benton, Deborah ' variocs phases of construction, jp^jjand lot clecti l-.-iiy;
.uuiigum, Wjyr.p Pantherh, San -and is in the midst of a S-19,SOT,-, almost double in o. -01, :n
a,a .x-atchicr, and uregory Ham ()00 program for air P'jHuHon area by 1977,
bright, third grade; Mary Frances control. , gnd the new facilities will be
Moore, Todd Friday, Tony Moss Generating facilities now being p, abreast of tlii.s de-
and Terry Ledford, fourth grade; 'ibuilt by Duke Power include; '
-Earnest Hamriek, Cindy Wells,: Oconee Nuclear Station
^indy Fortenberry, John Jone.s! (474 million including initial fuel
■and Shelia Sipe, fifth grade; and cores)
David Hambright, Connie Welch, MciGuire Nuclear .Station
Donna Whitaker and Mfchael million irfcludini- initial fuel
McCluney, sixth grade. : c„res.)
Frazer said that the interest
land dividends on preferred
I stock being paid by the company
' for Hie money lieing used for
1 con.s'ruction of new facilities is
' about $l,500,0tK) per week.
s^c-ffh Benita Sipes, Clifton ; -Belews Creek station ($303. ^aij that finan.ing ar-
Mann, Lirtda Boheier, Danny millioni , , . - ; rangemenls .’or 1972 ; e incem-
Knox, Robert Hayes, Lisa Price, --Jocassee Hydroelectric although it is anticipated
Elkabelii Wyte, and Robert | tion iS9.5 million) ^ . that a common stock issue of
Yeung, first grade; Jackie Led-‘ —^Cliffside Station rnit 5 ^^’ .ah' Ut $10 million will be sold in
ford. James Rikard, R?bert -Me- McOrnnTs, i <be first qcafter <>f next year.
Devitl, Karen Rooerts, Uarid ik>
nis Pruitt and - •
7 . a V -mr .»r.nnri ninth grade; Joe Robinson and! The company is now ohtaimn.g
tin, and Vonda T°fnr, second , putnam, tenth grade- San-i about 75 per cent of Us ixinstruc-
grade; Cynfhia Sutherland, D McL'aniel,' tion funds through the .-^ale of
wayne Hord, Eric , eleventh grade; and Jackie Met-; securities and So per cent from
Gsellman, Tela ^atrlner, J( u, Eugene .McClain, 12th internal sources.
Grigg, Stephen Lee and Terry ” ’
Bumgardner, third grade; Audie j '
Duncan, Teresa Rithbone, Scott .
Cline, Rhonda Patterson, Kathy i
Barrett, Bruce Todcl, Pam Gallo
way and David Williams, fourth j
grade; Su-san Shirley, Keith Smith, -
Beth White, Rick Witherspoon,
David Barrett, Roxanne Tate, Tim
Pressley, and Katfiy Sellers, fifth j
grade; and David Lynn, Beth Bag-,
well, Deor.rah Hullender, Clyde i
omUh, Jecl Lixon, June Ware,
Shelia Rigdon and Anna Marie j
Lawson, sixth grade. !
West — Scott John.-ion, Robin
Hope, Philip Seism, D.-onna Sdsm,
D-nna Nelms, Kenny Mitohem.
and Cindy Cain, fir-st grade; Bob
by Smith, Sonya Smith, Greg
Moore, and Ann Tate; Mike Bla
lock, Kimberly Toney, Todd Ran
dall and Darlene Jones, third
grade; Chip McGill, Kelli Wilson,
Jeff Ingram and Robin Carrigan,
fourth grade; Keith Holt, Darlene
Jones, Jeff Gilbert and Sarah
Mauney, fifth grade; and Alan
Cloninger, Regina Patterson, Ter
ry Cain and Cliarlotte Seism,
Central Junior High — Kevin
•Allison and Beverly Manley, sev
•nth grade; and Lewis Hodge and
Desiree White, eighth grade.
Kings Mountain High — Den-
JoWy spirits, happy times and the best of v
Christmas cheer are what we’re wishing you, wfth
our appreciation for your kind patronage.
C. E. WARLICK INSURANCE AGENCY
As the excitement of another Christmas mounts and the spizlt
of joy cmd wonderment reaches into the hecxrts
of everyone# we send our heartiest gree&i9&
with sincere thanks for the privilege of serving you.
Kings Mountain Savings & Loan Assn.