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The 1980 Powder Puff football
game will be sponsored by the
Beta Club Tuesday, Nov. 25, at
John Gamble Stadium at 7:30.
The game will feature a team of
senior girls against a team of
junior girls in a tag-football
game. Concessions will be
available. The admission price is
The Science Club met Thurs-
day, Nov. 13, and made plans to
visit York County Museum.
Club President Jenifer Pruette
conducted the meeting.
Members should meet at
KMSHS on Friday, Nov. 21, at
8:30 a.m. The students should
return to Kings Mountain before
A Beta Club convention will
be held in Shelby on Friday,
Nov. 21. Kings Mountain Beta
representatives will attend the
The Broadcast Club, spon-
sored by Mrs. Vivian Duncan,
met Monday, Nov. 17, to discuss
plans for this week’s program on
WKMT. Students are urged to
listen for news not previously an-
nounced, and for the featured in-
terview each week.
The Key Club met Monday,
Nov. 17 to discuss the sale of raf-
fle tickets for a turkey as a
Christmas project. The winner
will receive the turkey, and the
profits will go to a needy family.
On Saturday, Nov. 22, the Bi-
ble Club will sponsor a car wash
from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
The prices are $2.50 for the out-
side only; $3.50 for both the in-
side and the outside; and $4.00
The FCA (Fellowship of
Christian Athletes) met last week
for the discussion of a fund-
raising project that will help
defray the medical expenses of a
woman who seriously wounded
her esophogus in a car accident.
A hot dog sale during sixth
period and after school was sug-
Mr. D.B. Blalock discussed
financial aid for college at a Na-
tional Honor Society meeting
Tuesday night. Members receiv-
ed financial aid packets. Mrs.
Angel Teer, Mrs. Sara Griffin,
Thursday, November 20, 1980-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page SA
Powder Puff Game Set
and Mr. D.B. Blalock sponsor
The faculty of KMHSH spon-
sored an “open house” for
parents, teachers and students
Tuesday night at 7:30. The
choir, directed by Mr. Gene
Bumgardner, performed for
Students who participated in
the Cystic-Fibrosis Rock-A-
Thon should turn in collection
money to Tom Franks at Kings
Mountain Hospital by Friday,
The SPO (Student Participa-
tion Organization) is sponsoring
a drive for items for the family of
Dave Wiggington, a student at
KMSHS whose home burned
last Tuesday. Students should br-
ing goods to the front office.
Proofs from the make-up
underclass picture packages
should be returned to Mr. Joel
Rountree by Friday, Nov. 21.
The SPO will sponsor a Blood-
mobile at Kings Mountain
Senior High School in the gym
on December 3. A Red Cross
Representative spoke to the SPO
last week, introducing “I Pledged
to Give Blood” stickers and
pledge cards to assure student
participation in the blood dona-
tions. Members of the Kings
Mountain community are urged
to participate also. For futher in-
formation see Boo Robinson,
SPO President, or Donna
Wright, Bloodmobile Chairman.
Kings Mountain Pentecostal
Holiness Church will hold
special services this weekend.
Services will be held Friday,
Saturday and Sunday at 7 p.m.
Rev. Bill Yon of Pacolet, S.C.
is the featured speaker and the
community is invited to hear
him, said Rev. EM. Roberson,
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