North Carolina Newspapers

    Page 2A—MIRROR-HERALD—Thursday, September 29, 1977
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BUYS FIRST TICKETS - Marvin’
Teer, president of the Kings
Mountain Chamber of Commerce,
purchases the first tickets to go on
sale for the Hoxle Circus, sponsored
by Kings Mountain Optimist Club
and scheduled for two performances
here on Wed., Oct. 13. Tracy
lliacker, 11, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Webb and a
cheerleader for the Optimist
Football team, sella Teer his tickets.
Traffic Flow Requests
Are In Proper Hands
Requests from Kings
Mountain’s traffic flow
committee to the N. C.
Department of Trans
portation have been
routed to proper offices
for consideration, ac
cording to Chairman
Fred Wright.
Planning and Reaearch
Section for study . . .
Oonunlaaloner
Wright’s committee
appeared at a public
hearing In Llncolnton
July 15 held by DOT.
This week Wright
received a letter from
DOT Secretary Thomas
Bradshaw Jr. on
dlsposltlmi of the city’s
requests.
The request for a new
state road coimectlng
US 74 and SR 2365 west
of the city limits was
referred to DOT’S
The request for
widening and re
alignment of SR 3035
from the existing off-
system four-lane section
of NC 310 north of the
city limits la being
studied by Planning and
Reaearch fOr possible
recommendation to the
DOT board . . .
’The recommendation
that traffic flow Im
provements at the
major Intersectloiu of
off-system and state
uihan roads have been
referred to DOT’S
Traffic Engineering
Section, which will
Investigate ....
The final recom
mendation csOllng for
Mr— iisUi—
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KINOS MOUNTAIN
MIRROR-HERALD
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Phone 7S9-T495
Publisher
OARLAND ATKINS
Editor
TOMMcINTTRE
Sports Editor
GARYSTEWART
Woman’s Editor
ELIZABETH STEWART
Qeneral Manager
DARRELL AUSTIN
Advertlslnt Director
CLYDE HILL
MEMBEROF
NORTH CAROLINA
PRESS ASsoenmoN
VOTE FOR
JAMES L (JIM)
AMOS
CANDIDATE FOR
DISTRICT 5
COMMISSIONER
The Kings Mountain
Mirror-Herald la
published each Tuesday
and Thursday by
Oensral Publishing
company, P. O. Drawar
783, Kings Mountain, N.
C., 3S0S6. Buabiogs and
sdltorlal offlcss are
locatsd at 904 South
Plsdmont Ave. Slngls
copy 10 eonta. Sub-
•crlptlon ratoa; 10.00
yearly In-state, 94.30 alx
monthe; $9.00 yearly
out-of-atate, 10 six
months; Student rate
tor nine mentha |B.9t.
Second Class postage
paid at Kings Mountain,
N. C.
Flee Market
WiU Open At
Fund-Raising Saturday
Fairground
Joe Goforth, Cleve
land County Fair
manager, said be
ginning Oct. 22 a flea
market will open at the
fairgrounds.
The maricet will be
open Saturdays and
Sundays at 8 a. m. - 0 p.
m.and 1-6 p. m., respec
tively. Covered space
wlU be avcUlable on a
first come, first served
basis. The cost Inside Is
14, outside — |2, tables
— 60 cents. All vendors
free on Oct. 22.
Goforth said church
groups, civic clubs,
farmers and Individuals
are welcome. Sand
wiches and drinks will
be available on the
grounds and ample
parking Is available.
For more Information
call 482-143S, or write
Cleveland County Fair,
Rt. 9, Shelby, N. C,
28150.
(Begins On Page lA)
with special organ music by
Jonas Bridges. At 10:50 a. m.
The Swinging Mountaineers will
perform and from U to noon
gospel music programs are
planned.
’Ihe Wesleyan Trio of Kings
Mountain Is featured In the 11 a.
m. program.
From 6-7 p. m. 1710 Hampton
Quartet, HuUender Sisters and
Faith Gospel Singers will per
form at the Depot Center.
Rev. Ken George, aging
program coordinator, aald
Bridges will present another
organ music program at 5 p. m.
and the Swinging Mountaineers
will sing again at 6:30 p. m.
At noon an auction Is planned
to sell baked goods and craft
Items. The Depot Center kitchen
staff will prepare and sell hot
dogs, hamburgers, and barbecue
sandwiches, cake and soft drinks
from 10 a. m. until 7 p. m.
The entertainment Is free. All
donations and proceeds from
auction and concessions will go
toward purchase of the amplifier
system for depot and the aging
program use. In case of rain, the
program will be rescheduled for
Sat., Oct. 8.
Macks Stores
Notes Dividend
VOTE
The Board of
Directors of Macks
Stores, Inc. has an
nounced the declaration
of a quarterly dividend
of 6c per share on the
common stock of the
Company, payable on
Sept. 80, 1977 to stock
holders of record at the
close of business on
September 16, 1977.
Macks Stores, Inc.
operates 98 variety
stores In North Caro
lina, South Carolina,
Virginia, and Georgia.
JIM DICKEY
OCTOBER 11th
additional engineering
staff at the district
office or In Cleveland
County Is being studied
by DOT’S personnel
office.
’Ihe DOT board public
hearings were held to
gain community input
on updating the hlgd>*
way Improvement
program. Kings
Mountain’s recom-
mendattons deal largely
with the US 74 bypass
project and how It will
affect traffic flow In and
out of the city.
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