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Kings Mountain herald. (Kings Mountain, N.C.) 1979-current, September 25, 1980, Image 2

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Pag* 2A-UNGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thuraday. S*pl*iiib*r 25. 1980 KMHS News County Fair Opens Friday At 5 P.M, By lANICE SCOGGINS KMHS Preparing For Homecoming Last week, 20 homecoming nominees were introduced to the student body. They are Trudy Bridges, Terry Bumgardner, Elizabeth Bradley, Pam Baity, Kim Dixon, Bridget Glass, Sheryl Goode, Jane Hambright, Leslie Hamrick, and Lisa Hayes. Other nominees include Sandy Horn, Kristal Huffstetler, Don na McDaniel, Jolean McHone, Jolanta Milewski, Lynn Peeler, Jenifer Pruette, Myrna Robles, Kim Roper and Suzanne Thorn burg. The student body elected Leslie Hamrick, Bridget Glass, Terry Bumgardner, Sheryl Goode and Sandy Horn for the homecoming court. Senior football players and their sponsors were photograph ed for the yearbook by members of the annual staff on Thursday, Sept. 18. Pledge forms for the Jaycee’s Rock-A-Thon and Bike-A-Thon for Cystic Fibrosis are available in the office for interested students. Kellie Goodson and Richie Land will represent KMSHS at the Muscular Dystrophy Youth Conference from Oct. 3-5 at Virginia Beach, Va. The Radio Broadcast Club, sponsored by Mrs. Vivian Dun can, had an organizational meeting and discussed their radio show scheduled for 4:30 every Friday on WKMT. Club members plan to elect officers during their next meeting. Drama Club members should pay their $2.00 dues to Mark McSwain before Oct. 3. Any student interested in entering his car in the Car of the Month contest, sponsored by the Mountaineer Staff, should ob tain a registration form from the office and return it to room 108 bji Thursday, Sept. 25. Students interested in Joining the Key Club should pay their dues to Todd Blalock before Oct. 1. Yearbook orders will be sold in homeroom throughout this week. The price is $12.00 and a $1.00 fee is charged to seniors wishing to have their names printed on the front cover. The deadline for FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) dues has been extend ed until Friday. Members should pay Anne Hord, club secretary. Sophomores interested in working with the lighting crew should see Mr. Robert McRae. Student’s tickets for the dress rehearsal for ‘Then Conquer We Must” are available at the District Schools Office. They will also be sold on the night of the performance. The rehearsal begins at 8:30 tonight. Juniors and Seniors interested in attending the Presidential Classroom should see Mrs. Johnson. MISSIONARY GROUP The Mary Bell Missionary Group of the Long Branch Bap tist Church is inviting the public to attend the 17th anniversary celebration on Sept. 28th at 2 p.m. Mrs. Ida Dawkins of Kings Mountain will be guest speaker. PUBUSHED EACH TUESDAY AND THURSDAY GARLAND ATKINS PublUhar GARY STEWART Co-Editor UB STEWART Co-Editor MEMBER OF NORTH CAROUNA PRESS ASSOCIATION Th* Horald is publishod by Horald Publishing Houso. P.O. Box 752, Kings Mountain. N.C. 28086. Business and sditoriol oi- iicM or* locatod at Cantor- bury Road-East King Strsot. Phons 739-7496. Socond class postags paid at Kings Mountain. N.C. Singlo copy 20 csnts. Subscription ratss: $12.48 ysorly in-stato. $6.24 six months. $13.52 yoorly out of stoto. $6.76 six mon ths. Studont ratss for nino months, $8.50. USPS 931-040. Gates swing open Friday at 5 p.m. to open the 56th Cleveland County Fair which continues through Oct. 4th at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds on U.S. 74 west. Malcolm Brown, Shelby Schools Superintendent, will of ficially open the 1980 Fair and Renee Lutz, Junior Miss Cleveland County, will render special music. A memorial ser vice honoring Tom Cornwell, one of the Fair organizers, will be held as a feature of the open ing exercises. School students will be admit ted free to the Fair on passes good on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week or on half-price tickets good on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of Fair Week. Senior citizens 65 and up will be admitted on half-price tickets any day of the event and senior citizens over 75 have free admis sion each day. Fair gates will open on Satur days, Sept. 27 and Oct. 4th, at noon and the midway will begin operation at I p.m. Sunday, gates open at I p.m. and the midway will begin operation at 1 p.m. Monday through Friday, gates will open at 3 p.m. and the mid way will begin operation at 4 p.m. Fair Manager Joe Goforth an nounced that this year for the first time the Fair Association is offering fairgoers an opportunity to purchase for $5 an arm band that will entitle them to ride all rides at the fairgrounds as many times as they like between the hours of 1 and 7 p.m. Sun., Sept. 28th. The arm bands may be purchased at the fairgrounds bet ween 1 and 6 p.m. Sun., Sept.28. Goforth also announced that Reithoffer’s King Reid Show will feature 40 rides- the most rides ever on the midway here. The Reithoffers will be bringing their latest addition, the Sea Dragon, a 40 passenger spectacular, fami ly type Viking ship ride with free fall action from 56 feet high. Also included will be the world's most complex portable ride, the Sky Diver, the Super Loops Coaster, a giant 80 feet circle with a train running on the in side of the circle, making con tinuous loops, plus all the stan- KM Boy Scouts To Attend 1981 National Jamboree Three Kings Mountain Boy Scouts are among the 15 from Cleveland County who will at tend the 1981 National Scout Jamboree at Fort A. P. Hill near Fredericksburg, Va. in the sum mer of 1981. They are Donald Dixon, Patrick Hamrick and Charles McGill, all of Troop 91. dar4’ rid^. And, for the younger midway fans, the King Reid Show features mini hondas travel bike. Evil Knievel, Sky Cycles and many more. Among other attractions this weekend will be the N.C. Trac tor Pull on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. The Life of Hank Williams in story and song will be featured in the grands tand on Tuesday night at 8 p.m. by Jim Owen, a Franklin, Tenn. songwriter who has revived Hank Williams magic with a one man show which breathes life in to the Hank legend. Returning to the Cleveland County Fair will be the Jack Kochman Hell Drivers show. Performances are Oct. 1,2^nd 3 at 8 p.m. and Oct. 4 at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. D D NO. 51192580 ECKEIUI9 meholiE^ Savings O’SULLIVAN TV STAND or AUDIO STAND 47%" X 14%" X 21 'A" audio stand (No. 3010) or 32" x 15H" X 22" TV stand (No.3015). With rollers. Reg..28.99 --fe. YOUR CHOICE HAMILTON BEACH “MINI DRIP” COFFEEMAKER Brews 4 cups of beverage. Has warming plate. 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