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Kings Mountain herald. (Kings Mountain, N.C.) 1979-current, October 09, 1980, Image 8

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Pag* SA-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thunday. Octobac 9, 1980 Rotary Run Finishers Cont. from page 5A son, Spartanburg, 1:32.38; Richard Morris, Rock Hill, 1:34.56; Mickey Laney, Maiden, 1:38.42; Ralph Jones, Clover, 1:38.45; Harold Reep, Lin- colnton, 1:39.28; Richard Car- riker, Charlotte, 1:40.57; John Calder, Charlotte, 1:41.16; Peter Bensley, Charlotte, 1:45.35; Dennis McKinney, Cherryville, 1:46.08; Phillip Warlick, Cary, N.C., 1:47.36; Bill Duren, Charlotte, 1:48.55; Ronnie Die, Gastonia, 1:49.07; Hugh Put nam, Gastonia, 1:49.11; John Gillis, Charlotte, 1:50.23; John Speas, Shelby, 1:51.23; Michael Conrad, Gastonia, 1:51.34; Ronald Franks, Kings Moun tain, 1:5221; Marsh Dilling, Gastonia, 1:52.49; John Easterl ing, Gastonia, 2 K) 1.07; William Teague, Charlotte, 2:23.36; Michael Slapak, Rock Hill, no time; Robert Moffett, Clover, no time; David Ellis, Charlotte, no time; Willie Lowe, Harris, N.C., no time; Gene Miller, Charlotte, no time. 14-MILE Ag* 40-49 Dave Eden, Gaffney, 1:32.07; Karn Munn, Charlotte, 1:4425; Walter Pharr, Shelby, 1:50.10; Tom Purcell, Matthews, 1:53.19; Bob Taylor, Charlotte, 1:57.49; Charles Gardner, Bel mont, 201.40; Steve Mills, Morganton, 201.44; Larry Barr inger, Bessemer City, 209.01. 14-MILE Ag« SO-Oyw Ira' Bumgarner, Kings Moun tain, 1:47 23; Clendall King, Gastonia, 204.40. 14-MILE Ag« 23-30 Donna Carlton, Shelby, 2:20.07. 14-MILE Ag* 31-39 Peggy Lint, Ft. Mill, 1:52.31; Pam Moffett, Clover, 1:5522; Janet Berry, Shelby, 2:10.17. les Radio & TV Service Gene Causby speaks at Youth Luncheon at Holiday Inn. Causby Speaks To Youth Gene Causby, Executive Director of the N.C. School Board Association, gave the keynote address at the “Youth, Our Leaders of Tomorrow” lun cheon Monday at Holiday Inn. Commended for outstanding leadership in programs geared to the Bicentennial Celebration were Jane Hambright, Steve Gnadt, Janice Scoggins, Edie Schronce, James Rikard, Bob Smith, Annette Putnam, Sandra Cobb, Terri Plonk, Clayton Ollis, Boo Robinson, Richie Land, Lee Neisler, Jeff Lineberger, Eric Myers, Stephen Lee, Sherry Guyton, Mary Ann McClain, Mark Smith, Lisa Smith, Jeff Grigg and Karen Ledford, all of Kings Mountain Senior High School; Denise Green, Caroline Harper, Laura Wright, Mike Reynolds, Tracy Seism, Spring Young, and Gary Osborne, all of KM Junior High; Eric Pardo of Central School; John Brown of East School; Tim Tennis Finals Set Saturday The semi-finals and finals of the Battle of Kings Mountain Bicentennial Tennis Tourna ment will be held Saturday at the Kings Mountain High courts. Semi-finals actions will get underway at 10 a.m. in the championship and consolation brackets. Rick Webber of Charlotte will face Wilton Price of Forest City and late entry Rick Henderson of Kings Mountain will meet Charles Bragg of Charlotte in the championship bracket. In consolation semi-finals play, Chris Keeter of Grover will face Bob Phillips of Gastonia and Steve Hudgins of Belmont will play Calvin Davis of Charlotte. The tourney was scheduled to be completed last Sunday but was postponed due to rainy weather. Webber outclassed two op ponents in earlier play, defeating Steve Huggins of Belmont 6-0 and 6-0 and Mike Craig of Mt. Holly 6-0,6-0. His opponent. Price, had a tougher time, defeating former Kings Mountain Junior High basketball coach Ken Napier, 6-3, 6-3, and James Perry, 6-1, 3- 6 and 6-3. Henderson defeated Richard Brownstein of Charlotte 6-1,6-2, but had to go three tough sets to whip Tony McCraw of Dallas, 4- 6, 7-6 and 6-3. Henderson’s foe, Bragg, had easier matches, defeating Calvin Davis of Charlotte, 6-1 and 6-1, and Woods Martin of Lowell, 6-2 and 6-1. A MEDITATION ■hU NEW AGE JUST FOR TODAY. . .1 will think above trivialities. I will concentrate on the more significant things in life. I will raise my level of thinking above the commonplace. For I know that this is how I show my true identity as a member of the human race. 3H I a 3 ^Master© JIfuneral ^ome, ^nc. 1324 ibitrlbt! 3Raab %inga JHountain, ^'.(C. 28086 704/739-9741 BENNETT J MASTER. SR Pr*tld*nt & Tr**tur*r i41' Rhodes of North School; Karen Armstrong of Bethware School; J.B. Cissell and Chris Scruggs of Grover School; Kenny Potter of West School; and Betsy McIn tyre, Crystal Bolin and Leslie Carrigan, representing Girl Scouts. Park Yam Mills Co., Inc., Parkdale Mills Plant 5 and Sadie Mills funded the luncheon which featured roast beef and ham with all the trimmings from red, white and blue decorated banquet tables. Jim Potter recognized honored guets, including Mayor John Moss, Celebration chair man, Supt. Bill Davis, Senator J. Ollie Harris and members of the KM Board of Education. Mrs. Marion Thomasson, chtiirman of the Board of Education, and Mayor Moss brought greetings and congratulations to the students. . • Gary Shields, assistant prin cipal at KM Junior High recognized honor students and Supt. Bill Davis presented the speaker. Rev. Gerald Weeks, pastor of Resurrection Lutheran Church, gave the invocation. “Leadership is a difficult and rewarding task,” said Causby, as he commended the student leaders as the future leaders of this city and state. Citing a quotation from Charles Dickin son, the speaker elaborated on the similarity of that century and today. “It was the best of the times and worst, the age of wisdom and foolishness, the spr ing of hope and the winter of despair.” \Offer Expires Oct. 15, 19^ $100 BOND WITH ZENITH f Bridges Radio & TV Service 423 North Piedmont 739-4416 AUTUMN FESTIVAL OF SAVINGS OIL and OIL FILTER SPECIAL IncludM up to 5 quarts of Ford or Motorcraft ot\. Motorcraft od filter and instatlatioo Repair Order No . TOTAL SPECIAL PRICE-PARTS and LABOR $11.87 Any applicable taxes extra VALID SSPTSMBJR OCTOBER 1980 2 & 3 ENGINE TUNE-UP SPECIAL Solid state tune up includes installation of Mutorcraft spark plugs, inspection of choke, throttle linkage, spark plug wires and distributor cap: adjustment of carburetor and timing Fours slightly less. Econolines slightly more TOTAL SPECIAL PRICE-PARTS and LABOR 6 Cylinder a CvUnder $24.12 $33.01 An/ applicable taxes extra VALID SIPTEUBER OCTOBER 1980 FRONT END ALIGNMENT SPECIAL Check and adjust caster, camber and toe in. Does not include vehicles equipped with MeePheraon strut suspensions Domestic passenger cars only TOTAL SPECIAL PRICE AS DESCRIBED $11.00 TIRE ROTATION SPECIAL Includes check of tires for wear; rotation of tires per tire manufacturer instructions. Radial tires rotated front to rear TOTAL SPECIAL PRICE AS DESCRIBED $4.00 Any applicable taxes extra VALID SEPTEMBER OCTOBER 1960 Any applicable taxes extra VALID SEPTEMBER OCTOBER 1980 FORD WADE FORD 910 SHELBY ROAD PHONE 739-4743 KINGS MOUNTAIN, NORTH CAROLINA 280S6 W: Honor gsaa.| for your convenience

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