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TERESA MAE KISER
ENGAGED — The engagement of Miss Teresa Mae Kiser to Ray
Hillard Willis is announced by her mother, Mrs. Sybil Kiser Hamrick
of Kings Mountain. Miss Kiser is a 1978 graduate of Kings Mountain
Senior High School and is employed by Gastonia Coca Cola Bottling
Co. The prospective bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Willis of
Kings Mountain, is a graduate of Burns High School and is employed
by L&R Oil Company Phillips 66 Station in Kings Mountain. The
wedding will be an event of Dec. 14th at 3:30 p.m. in Kings
Mountain’s First Baptist Church.
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our expansion”, said Audrey
who may one day decide to paint
the gray house in its setting of
B.D.F. Construction Co. was
the general contractor for the
house and sub-contractors were
Ray Robinson of Gastonia,
Nelson Dixon, Ben T. Goforth
Plumbing, Loyd Houser, Larry
Bess, Spangler & SOns Congrete
and Kiser’s Nursery. Mrs.
Timms said she wanted to
acknowledge “the fine work
these area folks did in our im-
“Ye Ole Homeplace” is pat-
terned after a house in Franklin
that Mrs. Irene Timms lived in
during her youth.
ELIZABETH ASHLEY PLONK
ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. John Oates Plonk of Kings Mountain
announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Ashley Plonk,
to Robert David Strachan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Strachan of Ir-
win, Pennsylvania. The wedding will take place Jan. 17, 1981 in Cen-
tral United Methodist Church with the reception following at the
home of the bride-to-be’s parents.
BOY SCOUT CAMPAIGN LEADERS-Left to
right: Jim Fry, Pacesetter Division Chairman; =
Ken Younger, General Chairman; Richard
Penegar, District Phase Chairman, Dave
LaFar, Advance Phase Chairman, Ken Con-
nelly, Scout Executive and Rance Henderson,
Council President, at a Victory Dinner in Cher-
ryville where it was announced that the Boy
Scout Camp Development Campaign for
$1,500,000 to build a new camp in Rutherford
County exceeded its goal.
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Thursday, November 20, 1980-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 3B
Free Sessions Set In Shelby
Free business counseling ses-
sions for persons in the
Clevelarid County area will be
held Dec. 13 at the Shelby
Chamber of Commerce.
The sessions are offered
throughout the year by Western
Carolina University’s Center for
Improving Mountain Living and
co-sponsored by the Shelby
Young Adults of Central
United Methodist Church will
sponsor the annual Country
Ham Breakfast Saturday.
Serving will begin at 6 a.m.
and continue until 11 a.m. in the
church fellowship hall.
A breakfast plate of country
ham, eggs, grits, biscuits and cof-
fee will be available at $3 or take
out orders of three country ham
biscuits at $3 are also available
to the interested public.
Chamber of Commerce.
One-hour appointments are
available from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m,
for the December session. A
counselor will be available dur-
ing that time to answer questions
in the areas of marketing,
finance, sales, advertising, going
into business, accounting, small
business loans, government
financing and franchises.
Counselor for the sessions will be
Arrangements for appoint-
ments may be made by calling
the Shelby Chamber of Com-
merce at 487-8521.
Other counseling sessions in
December scheduled by the
WCU center will be in Morgan-
ton, Rutherfordton, North
Wilkesboro and Hendersonville.
The sessions are made possible
throughout the 28 western-most
counties of North Carolina by a
grant from the Economic
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