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8—MlRROR-miRAl.D—Tueiday, June 18, 1979
ON DEAN’S U8T
Bruce Willard Boyles
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
B.W. Willard Sr., and
Karen Leigh Hinton,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
R.L. Hinton of King*
Mountain, have beeil
named to the dean's list fo|
the spring semester a|
Mars Hill OoUege.
A series of workshops have been
scheduled this week and next by the
K.C. Trade Adjustment Program,
according to Jerry King, executive
director of the Kings Mountain
Economic Development Office.
"The workshops are designed to
determine which firms Impacted by
foreign Imports should apply for
technical assistance to combat
David Baptist Church
David Baptist Church will present young people of the church.
The musical, “Down By The Creek
Bank,” was written by Dottle
Rambo and will be performed by the
"this musical Is an experience into
the world of children. We extend a
special Invitation to any Interested
citizens to attend."
foreign Imports,” King said.
The program la authorized the
Trade Act of 1974 aind Is managed by
the Economic Development Ad
ministration, Department of
The first workshop la 10 a.m. today
at the Catawba County Chamber of
Commerce In Hickory; Wed., June
ao at 10 a.m. In Charlotte at Centrala
Council of Qovemments; Thurs.,
June 21 at Triad Council of Govern
For more Information concerning
the workshops and the program, call
739-6246 or come by the office at the
Kings Mountain Community Center.
QASaRILL BY ARKUA
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■razing • Packing • Shipping • Painting
Oobwr Grinding • Sharing • Punching • Drilling.
Entry pay - $4.32 per hour. Prefer 6 months - 2
years experience with ability to read blueprints
and use gouges.
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APPtY m PERSON 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Departs On Cruise
Marine Lance Corporal
Timothy M. Waters, son of
Stanley and Dorothy
Waters of Rt. 2, Box 28,
Bessemer City, recently
departed for a cruise in the
He is a member of
(HMM-264). based at the
Marine Corps’ New River
Helicopter Air Station,
Jackson llle, N.C.
ills unit Is the aviation
elemciit of the 34th Marine
.Amphibious Unit (MAU).
The 34th MAU Is the force-
In-readlness for the U.S.
Sixth Fleet; on-call to
project combined air-
ground forces ashore.
During the cruise, HMM-
264 Is schedule to par
ticipate In training
exercises with other Sixth
Fleet units and with those
of allied nations. Port
visits are scheduled In
A 1877 graduate of
Bessemer City High
School, Waters Joined the
Marine Corps In Sep
. .FIVE YEAR AWARDS—Pictured are two employees
of Spectrum Fibers, Inc. who received their Five Year
Service Awards during the month of May. Left Is
Frederick Williams - Training Department and right Is
Elwood Webber - Winding Department. Not pictured Is
Bettye Bratcher - Winding Department.
. .HONORED—Plctored Is Juanita Craig, employee of
Spectrum Fibers, Inc. In the Winding Department,
receiving her Five Year Service Award In May.
Presenting the award Is Lindsey McBride • Winding
..SERVICE AWARDS—Pictured right Is Nathan
Moore, employee of Spectrum Fibers, Inc. in the
Finishing Department, receiving his Five Year Service
Award In May. Preaenttng the award Is Albert An
derson - Supervisor In Finishing Department.
108 YORK ROAD
KINGS MOUNTAIN. N. C. IS
CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAY JUNE 19th
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