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MRS. CHARLES EDWRD BERRY
SE A RS AR
(Debra Ann Warlick)
Berrys Married Sunday
In Mary’s Grove Church
Debra Ann Warlick and
Charles Edward Berry exchang-
ed their wedding vows Sunday
afternoon at Mary's Grove
United Methodist Church.
Rev. Howard Kiser officiated.
Mrs. Narvey Carpenter,
organist, and Mrs. Edwin
Costner and 'Brent Bingham,
vocalists, presented a program of
‘wedding music. [i ig
. The bride is the daughter of
‘Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warlick of
Route 3, Kings Mountain. She is
a 1978 graduate of Burns High
School and is a P.N. student at
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. William T. Berry of
~ Pam Hatch
3 _ Pam Hatch, a senior at Kings
Mountain High School, placed
in the top five percent at the re-
mathematics contests and has
been selected as one of the six
students who will represent this
region in the State Mathematics
Contest in Raleigh in May.
Pam is president of the Na-
tional Honor Society and French
Club, co-director of the Pep
Band, and a member of the Beta
and Science Clubs at KMHS.
She has also attended the North
Carolina Governor’s School in
mathematics and was Chief Mar-
Route 4, Kings Mountain. He is
a 1976 graduate of Kings Moun-
tain High School and is
employed by Berry Brothers Inc.
of Kings Mountain.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her father. She wore a
formal length gown of chantilly
lace with a Queen Anne
neckline, empire waist and
Bishop sleeves, and a full pleated
skirt with chapel: train. The
headpiece had a Bandeau cap
with a bowl length veil trimmed
in chantilly lace.
She chose Miss Rebecca
Bingham of Waco as matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Miss
Brenda Warlick, Miss Linda
Warlick and Miss Brenda Berry,
all of Kings Mountain. Mrs.
Thomas Berry of Kings Moun-
tain attended the guest register.
‘The groom’s father was best
man. Ushers were Thomas
Berry, Roger Goforth and
Charles Warlick, all of Kings
Mountain. Andy Berry lit the
Jada Williams was flower girl
and Scottie Goforth was ring
The couple cut their wedding
cake following rehearsal Satur-
day night in the fellowship hall
of Mary’s Grove United
Following a wedding trip to
the South Carolina coast, the
newlyweds will be at home on
Route 4, Kings Mountain.
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i tng oda y Thursday, April 1, 1982-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 1B
KM’s Elizabeth Eaker
Puts ‘Pep’ Into Moline Band
When the Moline, Illinois,
High School pep band plays at
basketball . games, something
unusual happens. People listen.
And a lot of people applaud.
Unlike most high school pep
bands, which are looked on as
background noise, the Moline
band is actually putting spirit in-
to the Moline fans.
The band has drawn praise
from people ranging from every
night fans to visiting United Na-
tions delegates who recently
toured the school.
The band has improved great-
ly over past years, according to
Moline Principal Al Stevens, and
one of the main reasons is
23-year-old Elizabeth Eaker, a
Kings Mountain native who is in
her first year as assistant to band
director and music department
chairman Louis Dilulio.
Eaker, the first woman to
serve in her position, is responsi-
ble for the marching band, con-
cert band, jazz band, ‘pep band,
sectional practice sessions and
fifth and sixth grade band
students at four elementary
“When theyre playing at
ballgames, people are paying at-
tention, and they’re getting more
applause than I’ve noticed in the
past,” says Stevens.
Eaker says she can’t compare
with the past, since this is her
first year, but she’s received
many favorable comments.
“I’ve noticed some people ac-
tually sit and listen,” she says.
The band plays the traditional
National Anthem and school
songs, but has added some “pep”
to basketball games by adding
upbeat tunes popular with the
fans and young musicians.
“It’s kind of like a small mar-
ching band that doesn’t march in
its role of getting people up for a
game,” says Eaker. “The com-
munity looks for us to be there
and they expect us to be there to
The band consists of about 40
upper classmen, and it has no set
“It’s a demanding group
...Directs Moline Pep Band
because we don’t have a lot of
rehearsal time,” she said.
“Members have to be able to
play a piece two or three times
and be ready to perform it.”
“I remember what it was like
to be in high school and be in
pep band,” she said.
Eaker says she’s had some have been big
typical first-year teaching pro-
blems, but she feels her young
age and her background in sports
and music at Kings Mountain
+ ANGELA J. McKINNEY
(Bride-Elect of Johnny E. Roberts) :
ENGAGED - Mrs. Eunice McKinney of Kings Mountain and
Johnnie McKinney of Pickens, S.C., announce the engagement
of their daughter, Angela, to Johnny E. Roberts, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edley Jackson Roberts Sr. of Kings Mountian. Angela is
employed at TG&Y and will graduate in June from Kings
Mountain Senior High School. Johnny is a 1979 graduate of
Kings Mountain Senior High and is employed by Porter
Brothers of Shelby. A May 2 wedding will be held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Edley Jackson Roberts Sr.
BRENDA KAY McCLAIN
* STEVE HENDERSON ro
ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. Howard McClain Jr. of Kings Moun-
tain announce the engagement of their daughter, Brenda Kay,
to Steve Henderson, son of Mrs. Joyce H. Henderson and Hebert
Henderson of Charlotte. Brenda is a 1976 graduate of Kings
Mountain Senior High and is employed by Kinmont Industries.
Steve is a 1971 graduate of Garinger High in Charlotte and is
employed by Name Brand Clothing. The wedding will be June
« 12 at 4 p.m. ;
LORETTA KAY HUSKY :
(Bride-Elect of William H. Cozart III) ;
ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. Orous H. Husky Sr. of Kings Moun-
tain announce the engagement of their daughter, Loretta Kay,
to William H. (Kip) Cozart III, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Cozart Jr. of Belmont. Loretta is the granddaughter of Vera
Allender and Alice Husky, both of Kings Mountain, and the
late Tom Allender and Henry Husky. She is a graduate of
Kings Mountain Senior High School and attends the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she is a member of
Sigma, Sigma, Sigma Sorority. She will receive her B.A. in
Radio, Television and Motion Pictures in August. Kip is the
grandson of Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Lippert of Hockessin, Del., and
Mz. and Mrs. William Hoyt Cozart of Durham. He is a graduate
of Page High School in Greensboro and attends the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he will receive a
degree in Radio, Television and Motion Pictures and
Journalism-Advertising in May. He plans to attend graduate
school at UCLA, USC or San Francisco State. The wedding will
be at 2 p.m. August 21 at First Presbyterian Church Chapel in
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