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REV. THOMPSON Baker Jr. of Henrietta; six sisters, T.E. McDOWELL Lab. He was a member of MRS. CASH son Jones, and is survived by her
Funeral services for Rev. Lacy Mrs. Virginia Ratchford and Funeral services for Tony E. Vestibule Church and a veteran Funeral services for Mrs, husband, Grady Cash.
Hunter Thompson, 79, of Mrs. lone Robinson of Gastonia, ~~ McDowell, 34, of Charlotte, of service in Vietnam. Eunice Jones Cash, 71, of Poplar Other survivors include four
Bessemer City, who died Mrs. Hazel Beery of Valdese, formerly of Kings Mountain, Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Street, Grover, were conducted sons, Theodore Cash, Gene
2 ™ Wednesday in Kings Mountain Mrs. Dorothy Bradford and Mrs. were conducted Saturday after- Allie McDowell; his stepmother, at 2 p.at. Saturday at Harris Cash, Ray Cash, and Carl Cash,
Convalescent Center, were con- Betty Diamond, both of Tampa, noon at 3:30 p.m. in Vestibule Mrs. Lestenia W. McDowell; Funeral Home Chapel by Rev. all of Grover; two daughters,
ducted Saturday at 2 p.m. from Fla., and Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips =~ AME Zion Church in Kings two brothers, Herman George Leigh and Rev. Kelly Mrs. Carl (Marie) Wray and
Concord United Methodist
Church by Rev. Harry Queen,
interment following in Smyrna
Thompson was a retired
Methodist minister, having serv-
ed chuf..ies in North Carolina
of Charlotte; four brothers,
James Baker of Clover, S.C.,
Earl Baker and Lindsey Baker of
Cocoa Beach, Fla. and eight
Sisk Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Mountain by the Rev. W.L.
Adams, interment following in
Webb Memorial Lawns in
Mr. McDowell was a native of
Cleveland County and employed
by Pelton and Crane Dental
McDowell of Greensboro and
John McDowell Jr. of Danville,
Va.; and three sisters, Mrs.
Prelette Tillman of Pilot Moun-
tain, Mrs. Clara Wall of Shelby
and Mrs. Joretta Wright of
Dixon. Burial was in Mountain
Mrs. Cash died Thursday mor-
ning at her home.
She was the daughter of the
late Baxter and Dessie Hender-
Mrs. Edward (Shirley) Philbeck,
both of Grover; one sister, Mrs.
Ruth Smith of Wallinford,
Conn.; 18 grandchildren and six
Harris Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements.
and lowa. He was recently ac-
" tive in Concord United
Methodist Church in Bessemer
City. He was a graduate of
Asbury College in Kentucky and
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Eva Hager Thompson; one son,
Thomas L. Thompson of
Baltimore, Md.; one sister, Mrs.
Dorothy Jordan of Graham; two
brothers, Dewitt Thompson of
Graham and Norman Thomp-
son of Haw River; four grand-
children and two great-great
Sisk Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
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Funeral services for Oscar
Neil Baker Sr., 58, of Route 1,
who died Wednesday at the
V.A. Hospital in Asheville, were
conducted Saturday at 3 p.m.
from Second Baptist Church by
Rev. David Hardin and the Rev.
Bob Grigg, interment following
in Westview Gardens.
Mr. Baker was a native of
York County, S.C., son of Mrs.
Henrietta Walker Baker of
Clover, S.C. and the late William
T. Baker. He was a maintenance
electrician for Park Dale Mills in
Also surviving are his wife,
Mrs. Agnes Barnes Baker; three
daughters, Mrs. Pat Camp of
Iron Station, Mrs. Evelyn Huff-
man of Earl, and Debbie Baker
of the home; one son, Oscar Neil
The annual Homecoming
festivities are rapidly getting
underway at Kings Mountain
Senior. High School. Spirits are
running high as each day passes
4 toward the football game Friday
© night against North Gaston.
This year’s annual homecom-
ing parade will be different.
Tuesday is designated as a holi-
day for all city schools and
businesses because of the
Bicentennial activities. The
homecoming parade will merge
with the Bicentennial parade in
which the Homecoming court
will patticipate. This year’s
Homecoming court consists of
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Students will participate in
special events each day of this
week to boost the spirit of
homecoming. Monday was
Mountaineer and Patriot day in
which students dressed like the
historical figures. Wednesday is
Country and Western day;
) Thursday, Fluff day; and Friday
\ will be Black & Gold day.
A special Pep Rally will be
held Friday afternoon at the
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| half-time during the North
Gaston-Kings Mountain football
game Friday night. Richie Land,
vice-president of the SPO, will
crown the Queen and will pre-
sent her with a bouquet of roses.
New officers of the Baptist
Women of David Baptist
J Church will be installed Wednes-
day night at 7 p.m. at the
church. Mrs. Sue Allen is presi-
dent, Mrs. Pat Chapman, Mis-
sion Action leader, and Mrs.
Marguerite McKee, secretary-
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