Page 2A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday. April 22, 1982 ‘OBITURRIES From Page 1-A McCarter Ham of Kings Mountain; two brothers, Will McCarter of Graham and Kelly McCarter of Kings Mountain; five sisters, Mrs. Reola McKinnley of Flora, Ind., Mrs. Espaia Short, Mrs. Kathleen Robinson, Mrs. Cleo Herman and Mrs. Belle Sanders, all of Gastonia; eight grand- children and one great- grandchild. The family will receive friends from 7-9 p.m. Thursday at Har- . ris Funeral Home. ELIZA JANE WRIGHT Eliza Jane Wright, 67, of 31 Dixie Trailer Park, died Mon- : day. She was the daughter of the : late Joseph E. and Minnie E. : Millen and the widow of Hardy ¢ David Wright. - She is survived by two sons, Emanuel Wright of Kings : Mountain and Douglas Eaves of : York, S.C.; one daughter, Min- ! nie Caldwell of Gastonia; two ¢ sisters, Mary Elizabeth McAbee : of Shelby and Rosa Ella Brackett + of Kings Mountain; and six : grandchildren. i Funeral services will be con- ¢ ducted at 3 p.m. Thursday at * Masters Funeral Home by the : Rev. Kenneth R. Looney. Burial © will be in Mountain Rest : Cemetery. Se LYALL FARRIS + Mrs. Lyall Ruth Farris, 58, of : 502 Bridges Street, died Monday at her home. A native of Cleveland Coun- ty, she was the daughter of the : late Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and was a former textile : employee. Survivors include her hus- : band, Darvin Farris of Kings : Mountain; one son, Dennis Far- ris of Bessemer City; three : daughters, Mrs. Bill (Janet) : Parker of Kings Mountain and Mrs. Leroy (Jackie) Hubbard 2 opening for Bypass Update From Page 1-A near Piedmont Avenue which have been closed off to traffic for several months will begin re- traffic ‘around and Mrs. Phyllis Ledford of Bessemer City; one brother, Ed- ward Williams of Fort Lauder- dale, Fla.; one sister, Mrs. Ora Mae Wilson of Apex; and five grandchildren. Funeral services were con- ducted Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Harris Funeral Home Chapel by Dr. Paul Ausley. Burial was in Mountain Rest Cemetery. GEORGE YARBROUGH SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Evans M. “George” Yarbrough, 78, died Tuesday at Mary Black Hospital. A North Carolina native, he was the son of the late N.J. and Lida Hord Yarbrough and was a retired industrial engineer. He is survived by his wife, Helen Pearson Yarbrough; one daughter, Mrs. Gail Ellison of Charlotte; * six brothers, Lee, John, Jesse, Randolph and Ben Yarbrough of Kings Mountain and Darvin Yarbrough of Shelby; two sister, Mrs. Elva Webster and Miss Sallie Yar- brough of Shelby; and two grandchildren..: Funeral services will be con- ducted at 11 a.m. Thursday at Floyd’s' North Church Street Chapel by Dr. Gene Adams and the Rev. Everette Foster. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. The family received friends from 79 p.m. Wednesday at Floyd’s North Church Street Chapel. Memorials may be made to the building fund of Southside Baptist Church, Spartanburg. BILLIE M. AUSTIN GASTONIA - Billie Mason Austin, 58, of 330 Kings Moun- tain Highway, died Saturday morning at her home. A native of ‘Greensboro, she was the daughter of the late Marvin Arthur and Eunice Mae Wall Mason. She is survived by her hus- band, Frank Austin; two step- sons, Gene Franklin Austin and Darrell Loyd Austin, both of Kings Mountain; four brothers, Jack Mason, Marshall Arthur Mason and Jimmy Dean Mason, all of Gastonia, and Randy Mason of Myrtle Beach, S.C; six sisters, Ann Falls, Ola Phillips, ~ Carolyn Gordon, Libby Cox and Sandy York, all of Gastonia, and Estelle Hall of Camden, S.C, and four grandchildren. Funeral services were con- ducted at 11 a.m. Monday at Carothers Funeral Home in Gastonia. by Dr. Robert Winecoff. Burial was in Hollywood Cemetery. ED ADAMS Ed Adams, 60, of 21 Bennett Drive, died Wed., Apr. 14 at Kings Mountain Hospital. He was the son of the late Gus and Anna Jones Adams and was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Gertrude M. Adams of Kings Mountain; one son, Jerry Adams of Kings Mountain; one daughter, Linda A. Christopher of Lincolnton; and two brothers, Bill Adams and A.G. Adams, both of Kings Mountain. Funeral services were con- ducted Friday at 3 p.m. at Eastside Baptist Church in Blacksburg by the Rev. Marnece Hampton and the Rev. Fred Wells. Burial was in Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery. LULA CAMP Mrs. G.T. (Lula) Mayhue Camp, 68, of Route 1, Grover, died Wednesday at Cleveland Memorial Hospital. A Cleveland County native, she was the daughter of the late Irvin and Nora Allen Mayhue. She was employed as a weaver for Fox Mountain Weavers. Survivors include her hus- band, G.T. Camp; one daughter, Mrs. Sandra Aaron of Route 1, Grover; one brother, Pink Mayhue of Kings Mountain; one sister, Mrs. Howard (Ida Mae) Strickland of Shelby; and two grandchildren. Funeral services were con- ducted Friday at 3:30 p.m. at Patterson Springs Baptist Church, where she was a member, by Dr. Van Murrell. Burial was in the church cemetery. TRAVIS WRIGHT Travis Wright, 73, of Route 6, died Tues., Apr. 13, at his home. A native of Cleveland Coun- ty, he was the widower of Lois Hovis Wright. He was a retired school maintenance employee and a member of Patterson Grove Baptist Church. He is survived by a son, Her- .man D. Wright of Kings Moun- tain; five daughters, Mrs. Mar- shall Jones, Mrs. Luther McS- wain, Mrs. Billy Queen and Mrs. Maynard Philbeck, all of Kings Mountain, and Mrs. Buford Summitt of Grover; two brothers, Melvin Wright of Kings Mountain and Ira Wright of Bessemer City; three sisters, Mrs. William Carroll of Clover, S.C., and Mrs. Wayne Putnam and Mrs. Sidney Hicks, both of Kings Mountain; 14 grand- children and seven great- grandchildren. Funeral « services were con- ducted Friday at 4 p.m. at Pat- terson Grove Baptist Church by the Rev. Richard Plyler. Burial was in the church cemetery. s WEST GATE PLAZA - SHELBY ROAD PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY HOURS: 9-9 DAILY - SUNDAYS 1-6 + September 1. ‘Some limited Tocal if “traffic ‘'on Linwood and Lackey ~~ = 3 streets will be allowed before - then. - Once completed, Mauney said the bypass should relieve King Street of about 10,000 to 12,000 - cars per day. “It will virtually take all through traffic off of Kings = Street and take all the mountain traffic off in the fall,” he said. Mauney said, even though traffic on King will be cut drastically at the first, it should pick up later and will actually enhance business on the street. “Some people purposely won’t stop on King Street now,” he - said, “because they know if they pull off they will have a difficult time getting back on.” Mayor John Moss said he had ‘talked with some businessmen son the street who feel the same ‘way. “They feel like, in the long srun, it will enhance their “business,” he said. © Mauney said the state is begin- ‘ning a logo system for major “freeways which allows com- “panies to put their logos on road “signs by paying installation “charges. & “The signs will tell what kind. cof food, lodging and fuel are “available,” Mauney said. “It Swon’t be available at the outset, “but will at a later date. North “Carolina will try the program First on I-95 in the eastern part of ithe state.” & Mauney said the major pro- ‘blems of the bypass—such as Telocating utilities-have been ‘hurdled, and he doesn’t foresee any major problems in the future. The funds for all of the project except paving have already been allocated. i “Any contracts yet to be let are subject to anything,” he said, “but I don’t foresee us losing any funds. I don’t think we’ll have a $30 million white elephant out there.” : : He said he appreciated the cooperation received from the ci- ty in relocating utilities “and the indulgence of the citizens in the Piedmont area. It was a hardship on them.” © Moss said he alo appreciated the patience of the citizens. - “The bypass will contribute to the growth of the area and to our economic well-being,” Moss said. “It will open up the entire area for new industrial, commercial and residential growth.” TG&Y Push Mower 20” cut. 3 H.P. Briggs & Stratton® engine. 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