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Kings Mountain's Reliable Newspaper
VOL. 83 No. 34
Kings Mountain, N. C., Thursday, August 24, 1972
PRICE TEN CENTS
Nursing Home Need Certificate Hearing Tuesday
City Schools Expect 4300 Enrollees
Kurioral ritrs for Kro:! Wil
liam L’». kri(i'4<*, G-l founder of
Loi kridgc Transfer Company
and tmnor and operator of the
Kings Mountain business for a
number ci years, wore conducted
y.ujiday afternoon at 4 p. m. fmm
First Baptist church «)f which
ho was a men.' .er.
Mr. Lockridge sufft'red a heart
attack Friday morning at S:15 a.
111. wliile driving his truck on Fast
Kin.; stend. He died at Kings
'M'Hintain hospital about 25 min-
Ilis truck hit a utility polo and
knocked off power in the area for
30 minutes later, lie had been in
apparent good liealth.
H(*v. S. L. Lamm of Boiling
Springs was assisleil by Rev.
Holx'rt Mann of Boone, a former
pastor, in officiating at the final
rites. Interment was in Mountain
• *st cemetery with memlx*rs of
le Men’s Choir of the church
as active pa]!lx*aiors.
Mr. Lockrklge was son o*f Ihe
late .Mr. and Mrs. William Calvin
Lockridge of Kings Mountain. lie
was a mein’ er of the Men’s Choir
of First Baptist chureh.
.Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Kunice Melton Lockridge; one
daughter, Mrs. William Wise Jr.
of Kings Mountain; and two
sisters, Mrs. Lui^o Jenkins and
Mrs. Ben Short, both of Kings
To Meet Monday
A meeting of stockholders of
Kings Mountain Convale.sctmt and
.Nursing Center, Im*.. will be held
Monday night at 8 o’cl(x*k at
King.s Mountain Savings & Loan
ITeiildenl Joe R. Smith urged
all .stockholders to attend the
Monday night meeting.
School bells will ring out for
over 4,300 students in the Kings
Mountain school district this
morning at 8:30.
Students at Kings Mountain
High, Central Junior High, five
elementary schools and the Early
Childhood Education Center
(Compact) will go through orien
tation and registration this morn
ing before spending their first
fuil day at school Friday.
Supt. Donald Jones said that
every school in the district is eith
er "filkKl to capacity or over
crowded.” fic said over
students w4ll register at
I SUCCUMBS ^ Fred W. l^k-
: ridge died suddenly Friday of
! a heart attack. Funeral rites
I were held Sunday.
Building jj^ormit issuance was
brief during the pa.st week. Codo.s
officer W.VV. Laughter issued per-
Wilts to: Ted Jones, 108 Castlc-
Bo d Hoad, for a $1500 utility
luniling: Allen’s FItwof Shoj), 614
Fast King street, for erection of
a $125 ijign;
Mrs. James Messick, SOS Third
'street, for $500 in repairs; and
Dcnidd P irker, S(X) Henry street,
for $300 in nxrf repair.
Cf'unti7 music fans are a-und-
ant in the Kings Mountain area.
Proof was the week-end crowd
of 2,500 at Cross Roads Music
Park in the Oak Grove commun
The feature attraction was
Freddie Hart, Nashville record
ing artist, whose “Bless Your
Heart” is No. 1 on the country
Musu' hit parade. Enjoying long-
running popularity are two other
hits by Hart, his first, “Easy Lov
ing” and “My Hang Up Is You.”
A native o<: Phocni.x City, Ala.,
Hart told Sunday afternoon’s
audience that he was born in a
family of 1.5 and had only a
third grade education.
He got into the country music
business in the early 50's and
after “Easy Loving” the road up
was easy. He gave his Sunday
audience a preview of several
new songs he’s w'ritten and re-
coidc<l: “I’ve Got The All Over
For You AH Over Me” to bo re
leased by Capital Records the
first of the year; and “Unlxdiev-
aLle Love” to be released Sept. IS.
Hart was accompanied by his
si.x-pUM’C band, “The Hart Beats.”
'Willard Boyles, promoter and
organizer with Tom Brooks of
•Crossn'ads, said, in addition to
Hart, Crossroads favorites have
lieen Loretta Lynn, Coim'ay INvit-
ty and Del Reews, all of the
'Grand Ole Opery who have drawn
capacity audienc<4 of 3,306. Miss
Lynn is booked for October
shows at Crossroads.
Crossroads, a 15acre music
park owned by B & D Welding,
was the brainchild at Tom
Continued On Pa<fe
Teachers have been at work all
week preparing their program
and attending meetings and lec
tures. Dudley Flood and iGene
Causby of Raleigh spoke to school
personnel Wednesday on “Human
Relations,” a topic which Supt.
Jones said the school program is
to be centered around this year
and in the future.
Students at the elementary
schools will he dismissed this
morning at 10:30. KM High will
will continue to take English 1 on
a yearly basis.
Sophomores will be of'ered two
English courses, Composition 1 or
Hurt In Earlier
Five persons weie injuied
one crilically—in Uvo sejiarate
traP ic ac( idenls in Kings Moun-
tain Monday mght.
Kings; Mima Johnson Brooks, 23,
I Route 2, Kings Mountain,
listed in critical condition follow- i
ing a 9:20 p. m. accident on West ;
'Mountain Sirced A*ar the Nation
al Guard Armory. Also injurctl in i
the two-car mishap were Peggy I
Blac'kburn and Donna B'ackburn, '
also of Route 2.
According t o investigating
Kings Mountain Poliic* Li. John
ny Helk, a 1971 Chevrolet driven
by Donald B’ackburn. -10, of
Route 2. wa.s traveling east on
Mountain Street an<i .stoppei to
make a left turn. A 1963 Ford
driven hy Mrs. Brooks wa.s also ;
going east on Mountain at an
apparent high rate of speed.
The Brooks car repoidodly
Blaek'urn’s car but
careened off ii.i
traveled approximately 53 yards ;
and cRpped a utility pole, knock- i
ing o);' power in the area of
Mountain for almost two
Introduction to Language Art _
Atkiiaagn said,.the lattey u, pass ]
a grammar'course for the aveP sideswijxxi it,
age student and the Composition
1 is for college-bound students.
Junior and senior English stu
dents will have a large variety of l-^y^st
courses to choose from. Those in- i
dude Print, SlghLs and Sounds, a| Cevtinued On Page Eight
course which will deal with j
newspapers, radio, television and | « ||i| ■
other information medias; Short | lUeillDeiS
Stories and Plays; Contemporary!
Fiction; American Experiences;,
'Myths and Legends; Public
Speaking; Journalism; Short
Stories and the Novel; Adven
tures In Sports; Business Voca
tional English; English Literature
Continued On Page Eight
HERE THURSDAY — U. S. Con-
giessman Jim Broyhill cf Le
noir will pay a visit to Kings
Mountain Thiusday (today).
Con.:rcssman James X- Broy-
hiJ] has announced his su.mmer
office hours schedule for Cievc-
land County. The Congressman
will he in CU've’and county on
Tliursday itodavi and his sched
ule is as follows:
34 More Firms Face Relocation
Problems In Downtown Face Uplift
Grayson’s Jewelry, whicji open
ed Thursday in brand new (|uar-
tcr.s, i.s first of 35‘ Kings Moun
tain business to bt* relocalcxl
(Jeno While', dire'efor of the
Kings Mnimtain Reck'v'eloji.nent
Commission, (?xpre.'sod himself
a.s quite* plea.sed with rriv-nn’s;
K I cation, to 133 West Mountain
street, and .said otlu*r bu.siiu's.ses
will bo r(.‘lK‘ate«l “as resources
become available” in the central
bu.sjness di.Rrict projo'ct to reno
■‘First otTligalion of the Rede
velopment Commission”, sidd the
din dor, is to insure that a busi
ness is able to make a smfxiih
and .snti.sfaetory transition to a
new location. ,4^rogram.s such as
llie Small Bu.siness Administra-
ticn Displacement Loan may be
utilized by any business relocat-
• ig due to urban renewal ac-
To be relocated ..arc thepo firm.s
in the downtown ^ea: Adams &
Orr Ca'b Company; Dellinger’s
Jewel Slu>i); Warlk’k Insufance
Agency; Hoke Electric; Lynch
Furniture; George B. Tliomasson,
Attorney: Ilelcn’^ 'Beauty Salon;
Dixon Chevrolet; F^lls Used Cars;
Burton Cab; Phifer Hardware;
IJruIges Hardware; Mefjinnis De
partment Store Annex; McCurdy
Clc'aners; Slewe’s Radio & 'PV;
Saunders Cleaners; .Sudie’s Beauty
Salon; Cash Brothers; Central
Barbi'r Shop; Meric Norman Cos
metics; Kings Mountain Florist;
G'Krigg (iarage; Myers Printing;
Cathy'.s Beauty Salon; City Ice
and Coal Company; Kings Moun
tain Farm C<*nter iwarx'house)
il’rice’s Cabs;; Rt^yster OH Com
pany Gulf Station; Fi'od Plonk
' aiihling; Triangle Finance; Dur
ham Life Insurantv; Mountain
'Lanes IkwvHng Center; Kings
'Mountain Mirroir and .Ronnie
(Mr. White invites all questions
about the project be directed to
his office, 739-2003, at City Hail.
Open Full Day
Effective Monday, First Union
National Bank stopped closing
for a two-hour “lunch break”.
The bank is now open from 9|
a.m. to 5 'p.m. Mondays through
Thursdays and from 9 a.m. to 6
L. E. Hinnant, vice-president,
said the decision to lengthen op
eration schedules is an effort to
improve service and to relieve
congestion both “inside and out
side” the bank, including parking
and drive-in window service.
Charles Hamilton, manager of
First Citizens Bank & Trust Com
pany, said his firm is considering
lengthening schedules but has
not yet arrived at a decision.
Hear Dr. Plonk
T'he college student today is
serious and crincerned not a-
l>out what his tcach<*r thinks, bpt
in terms of relevancy to himself.
This was the judgment of Dr.
Martha Plonk, Kings Mountain
I 12 neon
Mountain 11 a. m.
m. -Court IIou-'O
m. to 4:30
Congressman Bi’oyhill extend.-,
an invitation to the tnihlic to
visit with him and discuss any
legislation or problems involving
native and Oregon >51 .ite Univer j’''’*: f‘'f>>'ral governirK'nt. No ap
Kings Mountain p^ty schools
and R^^bort G. Cox wpre high hid
d^rs last Thursday tfor the Mrs.
George Cansler Est.'rte propt^rty
Imnting on West Mountain and
West King streets.
The schools bid $20(X) for Tract,
I at 5(18 West iMountain street,
fronting 90 feet on West Moun
tain with a median depth of 351
feet, and occupied 'by a (Kvclling.
iRobert G. Cox bid $1000 for
Tract II, seven lots on West King,
total fronting 196 feet. The non
square tract I3 181 feet ‘at the
back line, 114 feet on the west
side, end 92 and 88 feet on the
The Cox bid was raised, Com
missioner J. A. West roT>orts, by
Billy Joe Sipe by the required five
percent. The re-bidding will start
The property is being sold un
der order of the Superior Court
to settle the Cansler^ Estate in an
action brought by Diana C. Wohl-
ford and .Miss Karen Caaslor a
gainst Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cams-
ler and Anthony Oansler, respond
Auction bids remain open for
ten days. If raised by five per
cent a resale auction is required.
sity professor, as ndated to the
Kings Moiuitain Lions club Tues
Dr. Plonk continued. “He was
born in the fifties and therefore
grow up In a period of ai^fhience.
He likely has a car, creating
parking problems all over the
nation’s campuses, and ho wants
moix* student say-so in running
At Oregon Stale, Dr. Plonk
said, the stiklents are getting
more say-so, with sjudent repre
sentation on '■ oards'f'and commit
tees, which she regilJ^Hs as hav
ing proved beneficial' hotli U) the
welfare of the university and to
\V"hen the v<*ting age* was low
ed to l*-^. with ils <loul)h* im
plication of privilege and icspon-
sibility, the student government
organization with student funds,
retaini'd an attorney to interpret
and advise the new “of age" stu
Dr. Plonk compared the eiuca-
tt^'nal function of On»gon State
as a combination of Woman’s
College at GnM'nsboro and N. C.
State in the forties ccxxl. liberal
arts, science, and business aci-
minist rat ion. Oceanography, she
(Continued on Page Eight)
pointinenl is necessary.
In York CounlY
Elforcl Guy Coker, 25-year-old
prison es.’apee from Gaf^ey. S.
/.,and (enter of a mx-^ive man
hunt in the area after being de
clared an outlaw, was captured
Thursday niglit in York County.
Coker, lodgt'd in Cherak«‘e Coun
ty Jail in Gaffney, had be(*n se? v-
iiH a 12 year sW'rttence for armed
rohbery. Ho is also cliarged with
rape of a fivo-y(*^ar-old' Kings
A( wording to police rejxirts,
Cckcr was apprehend(*d by two
■mote.rists who spotti*d him walk
ing down a road in South Caro
At City Hall
By MARTIN HARMON
CIp\ eland - (;a.s(t>n - Lincoln
Health Planning Council, Inc.
will (onduci a pu die hc'aring at J
.'iiy HaH Tuesday night at 7 ^
-’li.i.k on application of Kings B
M(.untain Nur.sing an.l Con\al-
escent Home. Inc., for c^’rtificate ‘
c ne(‘d to build and op( -.ite a '
nursing i(m\ aloscent lionie lacil- I
Wade W. Mitchem and Mis.
Mary Edith Rogers. Gaston i
ounty members, announced the '
public hearing and staled, “Tin* ^
public is incited as well as* all
J'. ins luuiri,.' any sjx'cia! inter-
(*st or kn' w.cdgp in liic applica- :
tions or the effect of granting a i
Mr. .Mitchem nr*te I “Th(* pro-
vedun* wir [)V cs .s»'t forth under
C'haiitcr V.) c llie General Stat
utes of Xorih I'arolinn. .m l Hu es
and Regulations sot down b-y the
State Ijoard of Health.”
Whi'e net a sub-agency of the
Slate Boar i of liealth, which is
the ag('ncy actuary charg<*d witTi
ikciul});; medic.‘1 (Mre ia.'iJitic<.
'he a*-e:t health planning ( uincils
are chained l y law with res])on-
sihiiity lur recommending, or not
'c - i; Mum iiii". grantin.; of certi-
l’c:rtcs t)f need for medical and-or
mi^sin : honu* facilities.
Ml. Mit ‘hc*m s.'M 1 the h<*aring
here will lx? the first conducted
hy 1h(‘ tliree-county planning
loimcil. which inc’uded 12 mein-
‘hors and with all three o: the
area counties represented.
Joe R. Smith, president of
’"ings Mountain Nursing and
Home. Die., said, “I
am hi'chly jiieascfl with'the call
for a pub’ir hearing *»n tlm rerli-
; ficate f>f nct*'l l hope ail pcr.sons
'interestjHi in seeing this needed
facility a fact will attend the
hearing and make their informa-
. tion and views known.”
flavor J(‘hn. Hcniy Moss join-
jed Mr. Smith in urging attend-
I ance at the hearing. “Many of us
i are aware (ui a personal (basis
I of the need for this facility. Our
I ni(!dical contingent and hospital
;personnel know the situation even
' more grapiiicaily.”
! The mavor said he wtjuld pro-
: pose adoption of a ri'solutjon of
support to flu* city commission
at Monday night’s meeting.
Dr. eiiarles Adams, immediatf*
past pro.^ident of the Kings M um-
tain Hospital medical .>taff. com
mented, “There is no question ot
m ed. All of us have elder pareiiL^
in need of this type of care and
with no place to go due to lack
To Heart Attack
Funeral rites for George Pal
mer D< Brule*. 62, of I Groves
stn?ot. were eanducted Sunday
atlernoen at 2:3') from (dace
United McMhi'di.'^t church of which
he was a m(*nilx*r.
Mr. DcBinJe was dead on ar
rival at King.,- Mountain hosi>:ta2
at G:.”).5 p. m. Friday aft^r sr.*-
f(*r:ng a he*aii attack at his
homo. lie was in apparent good
Superintendent of C’ara Plant
of Gurney Industries in Gastonia,
Mr. DcBrulo was a formc*r sup
erintendent of Craftspun Yarns
of Kings Mountain. A graduate
of Cliffside high school he was
a Kiwanian, a Shriner, a Ma-.cn
and a member nf the Kil; loig'‘*.
He was son of .'Stephen D?-
Brule c!' Henrietta and the late
Mr.s. Olga Morchead DeBrule.
In acidition to his father, he
'is survived hy h’s wife Mis.
‘Nellie Head DeBru’e; one sc-i
I William J. DeBrule of Fore 4
I City; two daughter. Mrs. JaT-^es
1 Pryor of Gastonia and Mrs. G'lry
Helms of Kansas City, Kan-ns;
one sister. Miss Selma DeBru a
of Ilenriella; and seven grani-
i Rev. N. C. Bush, his pasr' r,
officiated at the final ritcw at; !
Miss Gains will be a sophomore j interment was in RutherfoTl
student this fall at Appalachian ■ County cemetery.
State University in Boone. She re ' Active pallbearers were J -'e
turns to srhooi the latter pact ol: McDermott, T. J. Kl’ison Uu.sjell
GIRL FRIDAY — Rene a Goins
of King? Mounain^ sophomore
student at Appalachian State
University, has been employed
'as “Gill Friday" in Mayor
George Newton's office this
summer in Bessemer CHy.
Renee Goin.s, daughter of Mr. 1
end Mr.'. W. E. Goin.'^ cf 602 Phe-;
nix street, is.g'GiH Friday” to!'
Bt ssemer City Mayor George New
ten this summer. I
A graduate of Kings M<3untain
high school. Miss GoLius played
clarim t in the Iiigh scho.)l band
and All-' a si heel bus driv(*r. She
participated in the “.Mis.'-*. Be.sa*-
mi*r City” beauty pageant last
A pclit.Val scion'X? major, llic
Kings Mountain student is at-
t« riding college on three scliolar-
A major ambition, she says, i*
t J acquire a van or Volk.s bus and
tour tile country East and Wo.st
Cca.<i and return, stopping tc
•w.irk at temporary job.s along the
route tf' earn her board and tra
; Smith. Clyde Jenkins,
tare. Mean Valentine and Ra *^h
Continue d On Pagr Ei/fht
For Mrs. larreft
Tdrs. B. M. Jarrett of She'^oy
U ediies day was elected national
president o' the American
I La'gion Auxiliary at the annual
Iconxention in Chicago, Illinois.
I The national conference open-
f*fl Saturday and L’oncludes today.
As national viie prc'sidont
Jarrett will servo as president
elect and will autumatUMliy oO-
Two Kings Mountain students
an* among tin* 2S0 summer gradu
ates of Western ('arolina Uni*
vc'r.Njty at c'ullowhce.
Rec«’iving the . bachelor of
iFnnd.'iy evenin^r worship serv
ice will be ho! i. Sunday at 7:1.5
p. m. at Dixon Preshyteiian
(hurch with Rev. Rolx'rt Wilson*
to deli\c*r the sermon. Special
inusio will N* by tlio choir under
direction of Gk'nn 'Hountice.
Expert Crystal-Gazers Can Bank
Cash In Herald Football Contest
The Herald's first football contest for the 1972 high
school and college season can be found inside this week's
Ajl fans arc urged to enter the contest, which will
appear for the next 10 weeks.
All you have to do is pick the winner of the 13 games
listed in the advertisements on the football contest page.
Enter the winner in the contest ballot and return it to
Football Contest. C/0 The Herald. P. O. Box 752. Kings
The first place winner will receive a check for $15.
Second place will poy $10 and third place. $5. In case
of ties, a tie breaker game will be used to decide the win
ner or winners.
Each week, we'll pick the top high school and college
games in the areo. This week's contest includes only high
school teams but the areo colleges begin play next week.
Your entries must be 1 eceived by the Wcda</sday pre-
ceeding the Friday or Saiiiday games.
KitiLi.«i Mountain nffudals
jan* still awaiting word frt>m tin*
.'<ta!o att.iriK’y gi'n<'ia”s office* on
I ^^')l('t!t('r Of no! a si'i*tion in Ka.'<t
Kings -Mountain is inside Hu* city
;-v-hool district. j
SjqU. Don Jotx's rcporiiMl at |
Monday night's niotilhiy nn'oling !
ol tin* l).'ard o! (’lucation that a
ruling was due from Andy Vt*- :
noy, an agn'iil willi the attorney !
’.(‘iH'i’al'.s offi.c. * i
I h<> l.oan s,-t up a m.-olinc: for,, vas Darrol! Wav
1>: 1.) p. m. UiHlnos,lay til ai-^ouss „f p,s Hast Mmi
lao nihn;; Iml oiir ol the Hianls hp is tlio son of Mr
altornoy, J<riry Trammell, report-j
e l Hial a do i.'-ion stiB had not !
Jones said \’eni*y was bunnos-
(‘d to call .\ttorney Jut-k V\hile
.■amietinu* tndiv arid giv(‘ him an
Ctoitinu- d On Pngr Tieo
.\t a n’oent me(*iing of n'tail-
(*rs sch<‘dul(*'I to 1)0 di.spiac<*d
l)y the CeiHral Husine.vs District
Redevr!onm<*nt project Mrs. Hay-
^vo() I K. Lynch read a j)r(*pared
Text of the stati'inent foMow.s:
Owner-i. di.^jdaced tenants. Com-’
lit i.ssione .s l'>)mmitt(*e nu*mbors.
Mayar and Urban Renewal Din'c-
My fir.st remark is a que.iition?
Ilnv Veil inlormed arc the corn-
mlssioiu'is?, the eommitt(*(*m('n?.
and the young din’ctor? Hav**
y.ai nu*n n*all\ done y«xtr home
vverk’:* Hive yon ri'ad and .studio!
the ruh*'-^ you have set bt'fon* you
to go hy?
Me have not liad elenr (*ut in
formation on the Housing and
,Coniinued On Paga Eight
I This .summer site lyt
I first-tiuK* experjiii^^ as a so^.tp-
taxv,^(x4ting in the offiix* of the
' 'niavor in neighboring Bessemer
the national president in
1973 at the nat’onal con-
; vention in Honolu’u. Hawaii
[Mrs. .Tarrett has been a mem-
lor of the Warren F. Hoyle Unit
] S2 American L(?gion Auxiliaiy in
.She’ y for 39 years, serving in
.various offices on the unit, dis-
‘••■gt, division and department
•\( -s. and as state president in
|19()(). Sinev that time she has
served on the national as
chairman of music. comniurHca-
tions. national .security, GiPi#Na-
tlon, (diildn'n and >f»uth and vet
eran’s affair.s and n'habilitation.
For 22 year.s .she has l>«*en exe*
scienci* d(*gr(*i* in psychology with Carolina and has s«'rv(*d as presi-
i concentration in physical erlu- sis Ass(Kdalion for w't'storn North
E. n.al'b. He is married
to the form**!’ Sara Ni <»ng of Win-
Cheryl Ann Floyd of 213 Par
rish Dr.. Kings Mountain, re
ceive i the bachelor of arts do-
gr(H* in soc ial science's and soda!
\'e!fai(». She* is the daughter of
Mr.s. Clara A. Floyd.
eutive director for the Tubomilo-
d<*nt of the N. C. Fcnleration of
business and Prof(*s.donal Wom-
(*n’.s Clubs and as state pr(*sid(*nt
o' the Auxiliary of Chii’opratic
Wife of the ’ale Dr. Bufori
Martin Jarrett of Shelby, she was
Slielby’s Woman of the Year ii\.
IPbOand is list.'d in Who’s Who in
American Wcmicm and in the
Book of Southc'rn Per-onalities.
I Mrs. Essie Ware Goforth Succumbs
At 87; Rites Conducted On Tuesday
FiMK'ral services fer Mrs. PNsie
Wan? Goforth. ST. of 1006 Shelby
j Hoad, were conducted Tuesday
* afiernotm at 1 p. m. from Kl
I Bethel United Metlnxiist ( hurch
j ’of wliidi she wa.s a member.
! Her^ pa.stcn*. Rev. E. L. Mur-
; phy. ofi iriated at the final rites
and interment was in El Bethel
I A< live paBhearer.s were Hol
land Dixon, Jim Uloningor. Paul
Ware, Curtis Weir, Jr., L<nvis
Weir .and George Wan*.
Mrs. (k'forth di(*d Sunday in
I the Kings Mountain hn^pit.al sfH-
er declining health for several
' Shu was widow ol Wiiliam
Franklin Goforth, who dic'd in
1919. and daiigliler i)f the lato
: Mr. and Mrs. Rufus C. Ware of
j A native of Kings Mountain.
1 she was a charter menYx'r of the
■women’s .‘^oeic'ty of Christian
Sendex* at Kl Bethel Mt'thodist
ielniiTh and .Sunday .sidioo' t('aehor
! in the JunioJ' nejiartment for 20
Surviving are hvr) daughters,
..Mrs. Robert Randall and Mrs, ■
|T2.oyd Patterson.* both of Kings
.Mountain; two sisters,’Mr.s. J. B,
^Sejf and .Mrs. j. F. Ware, ihoth
of Kings .Mountain; seven grand-
Sidiildrcn ami 14 gfcal-grandchU*