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Young, Young At Heart
Steal The Opening Show
Community spirit - that’s
what the 200th Anniversary
Celebration has been all about.
QO And it’s been hard to deter-
mine which group of people
have been most spirited, the
young or the young-at-heart.
Mrs. Larry Wood’s fourth
grade class at East School and
the Young at Heart Senior
Citizens group from KM Depot
Center stole the show Friday as
they, along with U.S. Senator
Robert Morgan of Lillington,
@ opened the 200th festivities Fri
day morning on Bicentennial
The musical skit by the young
people and a musical rendition
by Senior Citizens were held
before a crowd of 150-200 peo-
ple on the sidewalks as wind
whipped the flags lining the
streets and a railroad train pass-
® Dressed in pioneer style, the
fourth graders depicted the
march of the mountain men to
the battle and of the Revolu-
tionary War Battle. John Brown,
age nine, was dressed as Maj.
Patrick Ferguson and stood atop
an improvised mountain and
challenged the rebels. Advancing
troops mowed him down and he
@!umbled from his pasteboard
mountain to the delight of the
The Senior Citizens Band
played kazoos, drums, an electric
bass, and washboard and Mrs.
Lydia Mitchell, 68, led the
crowd with her rendition of “I'm
So Glad Jesus Lives In Me.”
There were other numbers such
as ‘Battle Hymn of the
and “Dixie” plus
religious numberes. The senior
citizens were dressed in red,
white and blue.
Senator Morgan told the
crowd that “This great victory at
Kings Mountain had
significance far beyond this area
where we stand today. The men
who fought here were motivated
by the spirit of independence.
They realized that nothing less
was at stake than the future of
Mayor John Moss spoke brief-
ly of the Oct. 7, 1780 battle and
ole event that turned
tion and changed the course of
The true-ife story of Corrie
ten Boom, a former Nazi
prisoner, will be presented
through the motion picture,
“The Hiding Place” Oct. 12 at
6:30 p.m. at Oak Grove Baptist
Church, Route 3.
Millions of readers have cried,
suffered and triumphed with
Corrie ten Boom and her family
through the book “The Hiding
Place”. Now a motion picture
captures all the power, excite-
ment and sheer dramatic force
@ ha sets this story apart from all
The showing, open to the
public, is free of charge. There
will be a love-offering taken and
given to the Billy Graham
this fall. CALL
Garden limp as last night's lettuce? You feel
the same way with school starting before you
even found last year's gym clothes in the
laundry basket? Troning piled higher than
the list of ines: you planned for
ent-A-Drudge. We'll whip
through all the hate-to-do chores while you
tackle the important things in your life.
Here’s a sampling of what you
can get for as little as *15.00
APARTMENT FOR RENT:
Couples preferred. In Kings
Mountain. Daytime, 482-6451,
after 7:00, 482-8889. 9:25, 30;
Real Estate ¥y
TAKE A LOOK AT THIS. 25
acres of beautiful countryside
with creek and pastureland.
Seclusion and privacy at its best.
Grazing land for cattle or horses
(fenced). Located on Hwy. 161.
739-1284. 10:2, 7
FISHERMAN'S DREAM. 2.02
acres for sale by owner. Property
sits at dead end of street.
Beautiful frontage of 8 acre pond
for a great homesite. $199 down.
Mobile homes permitted.
739-1284. 10:2, 7
22 ACRE FARM $$$. 1000 foot
road frontage on Hwy. 161. 3
barns and new garage. 9 acres of
peachtrees and 4 acres of grapes.
Owner will include well and lake
frontage. Ideal for horses.
739-1284. 10:2, 7
CREST SCHOOL DISTRICT.
1.2 acres for sale by owner on
hard paved road (Ellis Rd). $65
per month. Owner financing.
Great buy! 739-1284. 10:2, 7
HOUSE FOR SALE: Oak Grove
Community. 2 bedrooms, dining
room, kitchen, living room, 1
bath. 1": acres of land with large
road frontage. Fireplace and
basement. Low 30's.
1-704-657-5892. 9:25, 30; 10:2,7
MOBILE HOMES PERMITTED
— 2.25 acres near PPG, $199
down, $91.97 per month. Easy
financing. Call 482-7835. 9:9tfn
MOBILE HOMES PERMITTED
— Two acres near Grover. Easy
99 _. down,
$77.45 per month: Easy financ-
ing. Call 482-7835. 9:9tfn T&T
LOG HOME for sale. 3
bedrooms, 1 bath. Call 739-6837
or 739-5851. 9:30 T&Th tfn
MOBILE HOMES PERMITTED
— Two acres, 12 miles south of
Kings Mtn. $199 down, $77 45
per month. Easy financing. Call
482-7835. 9:9tfn T&T
D & D ELECTRIC: Commercial
- Residential - Industrial. Elec-
trical repairs. Ph. 704-739-9395.
JACKY'S REFRIGERATION &
APPLIANCE SERVICE — Ser-
vice on all makes and models in
refrigeration. Most all brands in
appliances. 7394618. 7:10tfn
AD AUTO REPAIR NOW
OPEN: 1501 Shelby Hwy. All
automobile mechanical work
done. Reasonable and
guaranteed. No job too small.
Open 8 a.m. 6 p.m., Mon.-Sat.
RON'S APPLIANCE. Repair
washers, electric dryers, ranges
and H20 heaters. Ph. 739-9431
after 4 p.m. T&Th tfn
WE WILL MAKE your car look
like new for only $10.00. Wash
and professionally clean interior.
45 years experience. Bring it to
Oates Super Shell Station, 601
East King Street, beside
Hardee's. 8:21 tfn T&T
SAVINGS up to 70 percent and
more on your family clothing
needs. Bargain Basement in back
of Hightowers, 313 York Road.
Kings Mtn. Open Mon.Sat.,
9:306:30 p.m. Ph. 739-8211.
LOANS — AL'S PAWN SHOP,
219 E. Marion St. Shelby.
Money loaned on clean,
workable merchandise. Quality
merchandise always on sale at
Bargain Prices. 2:12tfn T&T
DAY CARE. North Carolina
licensed. Open 5:30-6:00, featur-
ing qualified staff, lesson plans,
activities, field trips, games and
toys, after school care. $25.00 a
week including breakfast and
lunch. Now open for business.
Call 6294836. 1 mile from
Bessemer City Swimming Pool.
Crowder Mt. Rd. Follow Signs.
Now is the time to order your calendars or
advertising specialties, so you'll have them
for pre-holiday distribution. We have a wide
selection. Give us a call today. 482-3588
DOVER PRINTING SALES Shelby, N.C.
REALTORS DO IT
Larry D. Hamrick.
110 West Mountain Street
olWe accommodate individual
needs by request.
Rent-A-Drudge Takes The Drudgery
Out of your Life ...
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is 22% for up to teenty words, All ads payable in advance except
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WANTED TO BUY — Old Ear-
then Ware, crocks, jugs, churns,
etc. Also, old cubbard, tables,
pie-safes, etc. Call Cherryville,
1435-2922. 9:23, 30; 10:7, 14
Call 739-7496 for free estimate.
MOBILE HOMES for sale or
rent. Call 739-3995 after 5:00.
10:7, 9, 14
AKC REGISTERED Golden
Retriever puppies for sale. Males
- $100, Females, less. Call
7394517. 9:11tfn T&T
FOR SALE: Simplicity Riding
Lawn Mower. 8 h.p., 36” cut.
Call after 6 p.m. 739-7658.
YARD SALE - Sat., Oct. 11.
800 E. Jackson St. - 3 families.
8:30 til. 10:7, 9
BLUE DOBERMANS, six weeks
old. $75.00 each. Ph. 739-8663.
USED OIL HEATERS: We now
have good used oil heaters at low
prices. Come in now while selec-
tion is good. Parts and installa-
tion extra. Come by or call
Timms Furniture, 739-5656.
T&Th thru Nov. 27
FOR SALE: 1978 Trans Van
Mini Motor Home. Dodge 360
cu. in. 20,000 miles. Equipped
with many extras. Extra clean,
must see to appreciate. $7,990.
— Call 482-4906. 9:30; 10:2, 7,9
AKC GERMAN Shepherd pups
for sale. 6 weeks old. 936-7271
days. Nights 936-9168. 10:1,7,9
1966 CHEVROLET PICKUP
truck. Short wide bed. Trailer
hitch. 283 engine. Call 937-9142
DAIRY GOATS for sale. Breed after 5 pm. 10:2, 7
-Alpines. Registered - A.D.G.A.
Phone 739-7492 after 4 p.m.
1973 DODGE BANNER motor
home. $7500.00. Good condi-
tion. 26 ft., 2 gas tanks. Call
936-7900 after 3 p.m. 10:2,7,9
Beautiful setting. 5.5
acres. Convenient to K.
Mtn. Owner will finance.
10 plus acres with
stream. Lots of pasture
and nice trees. Good
location south of K. Mtn.
Jerry Nation is having a Centennial Saleabration. The
remaining new 1980 models and demonstrators must
go at some price. Be sure and check these fantastic
Our special this week is a brand new 1980 Chevette
Coupe with 4 cyl. engine, 4 speed transmission, floor
mats, steel belted white tires, AM radio and body side
moulding. This unit is red-orange in color and the price
is an unbelievable $4095.00 plus N.C. tax and tags.
24 S. Railroad Ave. Kings Mountain 739-5471
FOR SALE: Four 15” Crager SS
Rims with four Dural tires
mounted, $400. Two 1978 new
Mazda seats, $75. Sofa and mat-
ching chair, $100. Recliner, $30.
Two end tables and coffee table,
$20. Panasonic FM Converter
with 8-track stereo. Call
7394702 or 739-7109. 8:17tfn
FOR SALE: 1976 Buick
LeSabre, 4 door, custom. Ex-
cellent condition. 739-9035.
10:7, 9, 14
FOR SALE: 1976 Chevrolet
Monza, straight drive, four
speed transmission, 2.3 litre 4
cyl. engine. Tan color. Call
739-3275 after 5:00. 10:7, 9
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: Let us refinish or repair your old furniture at a fair price.
Our years of experience make the difference. We also have
a good selection of antiques and gifts in our shop. Different
items of interest arrive almost everyday. Invest wisely,
Buy Antiques. We will be looking for you to bring your old
furniture by our shop for a free estimate on refinishing. We
Buy, Sell and Trade. We appreciate your business. The
Palmer's, Hwy. 74 West Mile from city limits. Open
Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday, 2-6
p.m. Call 736-8390. Frank & Juanita Palmer, Prop.