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    Page 8A—MIRROR-HERAL.D—Thursday, November 18, IfM
Bam-Dover Couple
Pledge Marriage Vows
Margaret Q. Elam and
Herbert P. Dover pledged
marriage vows Frl., Nov.
6, In an 8 o’clock wedding
before Probate Judge W.
R. Douglas In Gaffney,
South Carolina.
Members of the Im
mediate families were
present for the double-ring
ceremony and for the
reception and cake cutting
which followed at the home
of the bridegroom’s
daughter, Mrs. Sandy
Bridges, on Sharxrn Dr.
llie bride wore a long-
sleeved blue diress with a
pink carnation shoulder
corsage.
’Die new Mrs. Dover Is
formerly of Cherryvllle
and had been residing on
Route ’Three, Kings
Mountain, for thd past two
years.
Mr. Dover Is a native of
Kings Mountain, formerly
residing on Alexander St.
The newlyweds have
occupied their new home In
the Bethlehem Com
munity.
KM Church Of God
Plans Revival Service
CENTiniY OLD CHURCH - St. Matthew's tolhenui
Church congregation will celebrate the lOOtti Urttiday
of the church at Sunday services.
Evangelist Ramklsson, a
full-bloodied Indian from
’Trinidad In the West In
dies, Is guest speaker for
revival services Nov. 22-
Dec. 6 at Kings Mountain
Church of God on Parker
St.
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A descendant of India,
the evangelist’ parents
wanted him to become a
Hindu priest but he was
converted to Christianity
at age 16 and was driven
away from his home. "His
parents wished that he
were dead,’’ ssild a church
spokesman.
Rev. S. W. Avery,
pastor. Invites the com
munity to hear the evange
list.
Bruce Lewis’
Job Important
(From Page7A)
Ed Smiths
To Tour Russia
when they arrived and
then supervised their
evacuation to hospitals In
the United States.
In civilian work, the Air
Force Is restricted from
entering Into any situation
that would have them In
direct conflict with the
commercial airlines.
Ed H. Smith, a Kings
Mountain businessman
and former resident, and
his wife are leaving soon
for a 10-day tour In Russia.
Smith, who contributes a
historical column to ’The
Mirror-Herald each week,
said the tour was
organized by Davidson
College Alumni
Association.
The group leaves
Raleigh by idane for New
York, then fly to Ireland
and on to Russia next
Thursday. Stopovers In
Russia will be In
Leningrad and Moscow.
Bake Sale
’The Young Adult Class
at David Baptist Church Is
sponsoring a bake sale
Sat., Nov. 20 from 9 a. m.
until 12:30 p. m.
Homemade pies and
cakes will be on sale In
front of Lowes’ Foods
Store In West Gate
Shopping Plaza and In
front of Winn-Dixie In the
KM Plaza Shopping
Center.
Proceeds from the sale
will go Into the David
Baptist Church building
fund.
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St. Matthew’s 100 Years Old
Saint Matthew’s
Lutheran Church will cele
brate 100 years of faithful,
Christian service to Kings
Moiaitaln, North Carolina
and to many parte of the
world Saturday and
Sunday.
The Rev. James R.
Chimley, D. D., Secretary
of the Lutheran Church In
America, la the featured
qteaker. Dr. Crumley will
deliver a lecture at 7:80 p.
m. Saturday evening after
a 6 p. m. dinner. He will
also be the preacher for the
Service at 11 o’clock on
Sunday.
The beginnlnga of Saint
Matthew’s are tied directly
to the first eettlers who
came to Kingp Mountain In
search of a brighter epot to
live out their Uvea and to
earn a living. The railroad
waa the compelling rearon
many settlers were at
tracted here from
surrounding areas. Im
mediately upon arrival In
1870, Lutherans began to
worship. It waa not until
Crocheting
If a commercial airline
flight can be used to
transport a patient, the Air
Force cannot be used.
"However,” Lewda said,
"the nature of the problem
Is always considered when
there Is a request to assist
in a civilian evacuation. If
the Interests of the patient
can best be served by the
Air Force, It becomes
paramount In deciding how
the mission will be carried
out and who will handle It.
’The Air Force
evacuation programs
support all natural
disasters in the U. 3. and
Lewis sums It up for the
men and women with
whom he works;
"We like our work and a
successful mission Is
reward enough."
T-Sgt. Lewis has not
made up hla mind as to
whether he will be a
“lifer,’’ a serviceman who
extends his enlistment
beyond the 20 year mark
when he is eligible for
retirement and pension.
Classes Set
Classes In crocheting
and knitting are scheduled
at KM Community Center
and Miss Rita Fzdla of
Kings Mountain Is In
structor for both clatssea.
Crocheting classes get
underway Nov. SO and will
be conducted every ’lUes-
day evening from 7 until 0
p. m.
Knitting classes begin
Wednesday, Dec. 1 and will
be held each Wednesday
from 7 until 9 p. m.
Reglatratlon Is $8,
payable at the first class
meeting, said Miss Falls.
’Die courses are under
sponsorship of Cleveland
’Tech.
Kiwanis Club
Is Entertained
Carl Hunt, muslclan-ln-
resldence at Cleveland
Technical Institute In
Shelby, entertained mem
bers of the Kings Mountain
Klwanls CSub at the tradi
tional ’Thanksgiving dinner
Thursday night at the
Woman’s Club.
Rev. Clyde Bearden,
pastor of First Bzqtttst
Caiurch, led the Thanks
giving devotional prior to
the musical program
featuring sacred numbers
on the guitar.
Woodbridge
Ladies Meet
Woodbridge Ladles
Association met Tuesday
night, Nov. 0, at the club
house for a dinner
meeting.
President Joyce Hallam
presided.
New officers for 1977
were installed and they
Include: President, Janet
RObereon of Cherryvllle;
Vice President Shirley
Shytles of Woodbridge;
Secretary Helen Vaughn of
Woodbridge; and
’Treasurer Ada Bridges of
Kings Mountain.
one year later than the Two former pastors, the the Rev. William P.
group of worshippers Rev. Clarence K. Derrick Gerberdlng, also a former
organized and chose the and the Rev. William H. pastor, will bo present for
name Saint Matthew's. Slender, and the widow of the occasion.
Girl Scouts
Attend Show
Gkrl Scouts of Troop 40
recently attended the Ice
Capades in Chariotte and
"had tun."
The Troop also enjoyad a
Rededlcatlon Service on
Thura., Nov. 4.
Susan Goforth and Jane
Talbert are the troop
leaders.
Reporter Is Holly
Dellinger.
Fire Ladies
Plan Cookbook
Ladles Auxiliary of
Kings Mountain Fire
Department Is planning a
cookbook.
Bach member Is sup
plying her favorite recipe
for the cookbook and the
cookbooks will go on sale
locally for benefit of the
Fire Department.
Dot (Mrs. Gene) Tlgnor
Is president of the
Auxllljuy.
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