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The Kings Mountain herald. (Kings Mountain, N.C.) 18??-1974, November 08, 1977, Image 3

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Tuesday, November 8, 1977-MIRHOR-HERALD-Page 3 .1 • r er a 4 <, 1 be role * * •' s.- [eep ople ^. ■on who le to olor ictly k. itate I the I Ite t f.. r* ft % , rrec- , J<. the { the h for bft rlter, I Bhe- ^ ^ ■ also , tcord i her pick •* <* IE earth A Iky y rd » JLIFFE « ¥ aid. 'Tt IS why t cold j n(«r of T ub-sero Iliad to «, what low the ■tbltten at only Join Us Tonight At Mirror-Heraid Offices As has become our custom, TYie Mirror-Herald offices will remain open tonight following the closing of the polls to record vote totals. We will cmcentrate on the Kings Mountsdn District Six Oommlssloner runoff between Fred Wright and James Dickey; the Kings Mountain District Board of Education races between Kyle Smith and Charles Mauney, Fain Hambright, William McDaniel and Dr. Joseph Roberts; and the mayoral and council races for Orover of Dean Westmoreland, Karen Moss, Martha Byers, Tommy Keeter, Ronnie Queen, Wendell White and Hsirold Herndon. We will post the returns as they come In. Candidates and Interested citizens are Invited to stay with us during the evening. Early MH Holiday Deadline Veterans Day Service Planned November 11 Kings Mountain’s , community-wide Veterans Day service will be held on Fri., Nov. 11, at 11 a. m. In Veterans Park of Mountain Rest Cemetery. Tlte service will be spon sored by area veterans service groups and the City of Kings Mountain. Members of the Kings Mountain Senior High Band, under direction of Donald Deal, wdll present a prelude of music from 10:46 a. m. until 11 a. m. and will also play "The National Anthem", for the placing of a memorial wrreath, and "Taps” for the benediction. Participating on the program, along with Mayor John Moss, will be leaders of American Legion Post 166 and Auxiliary and Frank B. Glass Post 9811 and Auxiliary. Colors will be advanced by all four groups. Senior citizens and Gold Star Mothers, Wives. Daughters, Sisters, Parents will be seated In a reserved section In front of the Memorial cross at the cemetery. The public Is Invited to participate In the service. Dover Is Winner Joe Dover of Kings Mountain copped the $60 first prize In the Mirror-Herald’s final footbsdl con test of the ’77 season. Dover was one of 14 persons who predicted all of the winners except the Clemson-North Carolina tie. Dover predicted 36 points on the Shelby-South Point tie-breaking game, won by Shelby 42-7. Second place went to Bobby Moore of Kings Mountain, who picked sdl of the wdnners and 86 points on the tie breaker. Others turning In perfect cards but missing out on a Aare of the money were Vemloe Howell, Sue Hayes, Debra Hlpp, Brad Drumm, Teresa Houser, Eddie Mauney, Mike Bowen, Pearl McKee, Danny Dixon, S. S. Howell, R<xi Carpenter and Ella Cooke. ’Thanksgiving Is ’Thurs., Nov. 24. In order lor The Mirror- Herald to meet Its twdce- weekly schedule, we will have to ask the cooperation of advertisers and persons submitting news articles in meeting earlier deadlines. Normally, the Mirror- Herald Is sent through the malls and delivered for street sales on ’Tuesday and Thursday mornings. For Thanksgiving week the mailing and street sales delivery schedule will be Monday and Wednesday. For the Mon., Nov. 21 dateline, our deadlines on news and advertising will have to be moved back to noon Fri., Nov. 18. The deadline for the Wed., Nov. 23 Issue will be at noon ’Tues., Nov. 22. The Mirror-Herald pfflce will be closed ’Thanksgiving Day so that our staff members may observe the holiday with their families. ’The office will reopen at 9 a. m. Fri., Nov. 28. In advance we wish to express our i^ipreclation for your cooperation on early deadlines for ’Thanksgiving week. EDI’TOR, MIRROR-HERALD KM Lions Club Meets Tonight Members of the group that collected for the White Cane Drive Oct. 29 and Nov. 6 will be special guests at tonight’s FQngs Mountain Lions Club meeting. Johnny Rea vis has also arranged for a musical program to follow the dinner-meeting at 7 p. m. at Kings Mountain Inn. Bght In Grover Board Race (Begins on Page 1) stating the write-in campaign nOver materialized were reported by official proponents or opponents of a Me- LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION YOU’LL UKE THE SERVICE AND THE SAVINGS SMITH^B»DRU6S K M Plaza PHONE 739-8161 Carter Write-In. Seeking re-election today to the town council are ’Tommy Keeter, a local furniture store owner-operator, and Mrs. lilartha Byers, a Reading Aide at Orover Elementary School. Both Keeter and Mrs. Byers are cnnpletlng their first two year terms on the town council. Newcomen to the Orover political arena are council candidates Karen Moss, legal secretary to Attorney George ’Thomaason of Kings Mountain; J. Harold Herndon, a Southern Railroad conductor who will retire In January 1978; Ray Cash, an employe of Spector Hennls Freight Co. of Spartanburg, S. C.; Ronald Queen, an employe of Orover Industries; and Wendell White, an employe of Baxter Corporation of Shelby. Grover's mayor and council members are elected under a Type One — non-partisan, simple plurality election. Approximately 225 persona are eligible to vote in today’s munlclpail election. The polls, at Orover Rescue Squad Building, opened at 6:80 a. m. and will close at 7:80 p. m. The new mayor and board will be swom-ln at the Dec. 6 regular town board meeting at 6:80 p. m. and will preside over the agenda business that night. PRICES GOOD THRU WED. 11/9/77.. Home of the never ending sale. WEST GATE PLAZA - SHELBY ROAD OUR U.S. CHOICE BEEF IS ONLY THE FINEST TOP QUALITY..TRY SOME TODAY, YOU’LL BE GLAD J DID! (gunnoe pork I SAUSAGE 4 LBS. SWEET POTATOES * Garden Fresh Produce OOC GARDEN FRESH O fk r BROCCOLI . . . BUNCH 00 6 PACK NIBLETS CORN ON COB. TATER BOY 20 OZ. SHOESTRING POTATOES HOYAL PINK F PINK SALMON 88* 2 LB. BANQUET MEXICAN CHILI BEANS one OR CHICKEN GIBLET c-4 1 Q BUFFET DINNERS 1 LB. BAG CAMPFIRE GREER 151/1 OZ. CAN MARSHMALLOWS APPLESAUCE FOR V ■ 5 LB. FIELD TRIAL CHUNK DOG FOOD .89* 5 LB. MARTHA WHITE FLOUR .79* MRS. FILBERTS 1 LB. .53* MARGARINE 2OZ. NESTEA QQ INSTANT TEA 32 OZ. NESTEA ICED -yn TEA MIX ^ r ® 15 OZ. NABISCO OREO HO COOKIES M

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