ESTES SSSR a. - - " ca -_-_— > oe ts Thursday, July 29, 1982-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 8B ‘62 Class Reunion Held From Page 1-B homasville, Assistant uperintendent of Schools in avidson County; Also, Frances Moore Bynum f Belmont, whose husband ommy owns Bynum Insula- on, Heating and Cooling; oger Powell of New Hill, N.C., who works for the Environmen- tal Protection Services; Dr. Bill Ramseur of Greenwood, S.C.; ‘Ray Robinson of Gastonia, Pro- Fiber Products; Eddie Ross of Asheboro, a salesman; Margaret Smith Evans of Beauford, S.C., an insurance agent; Danny Thomasson of Leland, N.C., an office supervisor; Judy Watter- son Woody of Durham, who is self-employed with a family- owned Mid-Atlantic Stihl; Dan- ny Whitaker of Bessemer City, a textile employee; and Beverly Y arbrough Queen of Gaffney, a histotecnologist at Cherokee County Memorial Hospital. Foote Mineral; Jimmy Smith, an employee of Lithium Corpora- tion; and Joyce Winders Williams, a textile employee. Class officers attending includ- ed Sara Rose Lennon, Dottie . Gibbons Duckett, Judy Watter- son Woody and Sandra Plonk Bumgardner. Members of the reunion com- mittee were Joyce Winders Williams, DAvid Melton, Vivian Henderson Rikard, Sandra Plonk Bumgardner, Gail Mad- dox Brown, Diane McDaniel Hollifield, Ray Robinson, Linda Y ates Martin, Jerry Rikard, San- dra. Bumgardner Wilson and Sarah Hicks Roberson. Special guests were Mrs. W.T. Weir, librarian at KMHS in 1962, and Superintendent and Mrs. B.N. Barnes of Lumberton. The reunion booklet was printed in memory of classmates David Anderson, Joe Fite and - INVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE August 2 thru August 29 WE WILL BE CLOSED AUGUST 30 & 31 FOR INVENTORY Carl Smith. 7) duction Manager for Bonded ALL SUMMER & WINTER MERCHANDISE BRIE al ® MATERNITY ® INFANT ® CHILDREN THE STORK SHOP Akers Shopping Center, Gastonia Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10:00-6:00 Some classmates who still live in Kings Mountain include Tom Bennett, co-owner. of Bennett Brick and Tile; Sandra Bumgard- ner Wilson, a secretary; Mike Dixon, owner of Sun Belt Tex- tiles; Robert Ledford, employed by Harris Teeter; Robert Lovelace, a United Parcel employee; Gladys McClain Grant, owner of Shelby Elec- trical Contractors and Cleveland Heating and Air Conditioning; 7 : David Melton, an employee of __How'Io Buy Stock Without Pig More ~ ThanYour Share. 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