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Kings Mountain herald. (Kings Mountain, N.C.) 1979-current, October 09, 1980, Image 13

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Biggest Display Of Arts & Crafts Ever Assembled Under 1 Roof ‘?r-; , V y T ^ i in- !% ) METHODISTS PLAN BAZAAR - Central United Methodist Church women ore plonn- ing a Fall Bosaar Nov. 5th at the church and oHer a wide variety of basoar items to the public. Mrs. Kenny Falls, above, points out some of the many basaar items. Photo by Lib Stewart At Central United Methodist Church On November 5th ‘The biggest display of bazaar items ever assembled under one roof.” That’s how women of Central United Methodist Church are billing their upcoming Fall Bazaar slated for Nov. Sth from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. at the church educational building. Mrs. Jane Clemmer, general chairman, said that circle groups are at work readying a Holiday Room, a Children’s Room, a Country Store and a Canned and Baked Goods Area. Many of the items are handmade and will feature gifts for Christmas for the whole family. Both lunch and dinner will be served. Chicken salad with all the trimmings will be served from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. and plates are $1 for children and $2 for guests over 11 years old. Turkey with all the trimm ings will be served from 5:30 un til 7:30 p.m. and plates are $2 for children and $3 for guests over It. A handmade afghan donated by Winnie Fulton will be presented as a door prize. Mrs. George Hamrick is co- chairman with Mrs. Jane Clem mer and other chairmen of special committees include Mrs. Denise Falls, publicity; Mrs. Nellie Jenkins and Mrs. Paul Hendricks, Country Store; Mrs. Margaret Kirk, kitchen; Mrs. Tom Harper, dining room decoration; and Mrs. James Jonas and Mrs. Paul Walker, desserts. Various circles of the church are arranging the special rooms, which will be open to the visiting public. The popular bazaar was held two years ago and drew record crowds. The bttzaar is planned as a fund-raising project by the cir cle groups every two years, said that co-chairmen. Section B Thursday^ October 9,1980 4 REJIDYING FOR BIG BAZJUkR - Central United Methodist Church women are hard at work preparing for the Nov. Sth Fall Festival and Basaar. Members of Circle 8 ore pictured at a workshop session recently in which members gathered to mtrire holiday items. Photo by Lib Stewort Standing Room Only A fi MASCOT AND CHEERLEJkDERS - Tim Rhodes, os the North School Mascot dressed in tiger attire, and school cbeerleadws Dona Whetstlne and Condi Sisk were presented to the North School PTA at a recent meeting. These young people wiU lead school spirit programs during the year. Photo by Lib Stewort M ^ iwh » -■ . fbAhsK- r ' ^ W-. Ji• if 3 F 1i MK til lihi W . »» 7 kMtne) tiger MJISCOT - Tim Rhodes, fifth grader at North School wears the offlcal tiger, chosen by students at the school moscot for the com ing year. The mascot school colors and ban ners were presented at a recent PTA meeting. Photo by Stewart A “standing .room only’ crowd of over 400 parents and teachers attended a meeting last Tuesday of North School P-TA and launched a “North Go Forth” program to encourage at tendance and promote school spirit. The meeting was highlighted by presentation of the school mascot, the tiger, with fifth grader Tim Rhodes wearing the official tiger outfit which was the choice of the majority of the students. Blue and gold attendance ban ners were won by Mrs. Denton’s class in K-2 with 20 parents pre sent and shared by Mrs. Fender, Mrs. Gladden and Mrs. Blair in grades 3-5. President Mickey Corry, who presided, invited particiration in an extensive beautification pro gram which will include painting of the interior in bright, colorful paint, redoing the playground area, planting shrubs, trees and flowers and decorating the sidewalks with tiger feet, all of which will be a P-TA-sponsored project. He said that members are invited to serve on 10 major committees, including hospitali ty, safety, planning, publicity, school improvement, fine arts, fall festival, social services, membership and awareness. Cor ry also recognized Bill Hager, chairman of the volunteer pro gram, who invited parent volunteers in the classrooms. Winners of the North School Bicentennial poster contests were presented. They are Mike Phillips, first grade; Dana Sisk, second grade; Kristi Tyson, third north GOES FORTH -PTA iWANCEl grade; Todd Reynolds, fourth grade and Bo Ballard, fifth grade. President Corry recognized Mary Wade Smith, Wanda Jor dan, Judy Seism, Jo Ellis, Miles Seism, Anvil Knitwear, Modern Cleaners and Adams Cleaners for their contribution to the tiger outfit and North’s first new ban ners. Miss Connie Phifer gave a presentation of the reading pro gram and Rev. William Tyson offered prayer. Supt. William Davis was a guest. Parents were invited to an open house in the various classrooms after the program. Refreshments were served in the cafeteria by a committee headed by Mrs. Joe Lee, hospitality chairman. ATTENDANCE BikNNERS - Mra. Tim Glad- dan. loit Mn. Fandar and PTA Vic* PiMidant Jack Crawiord or* picturod with North School's first blus ond gold attsndancs ban ner which was shared by the classes of Mrs. Denton. Mrs. Fender. Mrs. Gladden and Mrs. Blair os two brmners were unfurled. A record attendance, more than 400, packed the school auditorium for the PTA meeting. Photo by Lib Stewart

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