SE TR TE a aa Page 10A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday. August 26, 1982 SZ BUSINESS | i CLL LOVE'S FISH BOX Since only fresh seafoods can offer you true flavor, the people of this area choose their favorite seafoods from the menu of Love’s Fish Box, located at 1002 OLIN LOVE, OWNER Shelby Road in Kings Mountain, phone 739-4036. From shrimp to flounder, you’ll find their menu complete in every detail. The food is prepared to bring out true flavor, and served in an atmosphere centered around the enchant- ment of the sea. ‘The staff is accommodating and will serve you quickly with flavorful dishes prepared in a spotless kitchen by chefs who are experienced in the delicate art of seafood cooking. In addition to specializing in fresh shrimp, they also feature seafood and chicken dinners to £0. Call 7394036 for quick ser- vice. In this 1982 Business Profile we, the editing staff would like to take this opportunity to ex- press our full endorsement to this fine restaurant, and suggest to our readers that they enjoy their favorite seafood dish soon ° at Love’s Fish Box. » CALDWELL’S CAKE & SUPPLY SHOP MINNIE CALDWELL, OWNER For the best in cakes and bak- ed goods, try Caldwell’s Cake and Supply Shop at 431 N. Pied- mont Avenue in Kings Moun- tain, phone 739-8656. Here, special orders are catered to for all occasions. Famous for the quality and flavor of their cakes and baked goods, this store is a model of cleanliness and efficiency. Their shop is immaculate. Only the purest of ingredients go into their products and the deliciousness of their cakes, Can- dies and baked goods is the talk of the town. No better goods can be obtain- ed than those produced by this shop, where prices are so reasonable that you can well af- ford to let them do most all your family’s baking. Minnie Caldwell, the owner, offers special classes for the peo- ple of this area in cake decorating and candy making. For that party, wedding, or special occasion, be sure to call Caldwell’s Cake and Supply Shop. The writers of this 1982 Business Profile highly recom-. mend this store for' delicious taste tempting goods. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF KINGS MOUNTAIN GARY WHITAKER, EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Kings Mountain is located at 300 W. Mountain Street in Kings Moun- tain, phone 739-4681. This home town institution has been in business since 1907 and is one of the cornerstones of the finan- cial structure of this area. If you have money you’d like to save or invest, you should in- vestigate the advantages this ' "Savings and Loan Association can offer you. It’s well known in this area for reliability and many have found their desired method of savings through them. Save the convenient, pro- fitable way at the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Kings Mountain where accounts are insured through the FS.LIC. They offer a way for reliable people to secure loans in a business-like manner, without being imposed upon in any way. You will be more than pleased with this efficient and modern establishment. The authors of this 1982 Business Profile are pleased to endorse the policies of this reputable savings and loan in- stitution and urge our readers to take advantage of their profes- | sional, friendly services. ALLEN’S FLOWER SHOP INC. JAMES AND SELMA CRAWFORD, OWNERS When your heart has a message, say it with flowers. Be sure you remember the one you love with flowers on an anniver- sary, birthday, holiday, or any special occasion. For flowers to suit a special occasion, call Allen’s Flower Shop, located at 624 E. King in Kings Mountain, phone 739-2556. They offer city- wide floral delivery and world- wide wire service. Whether it’s a corsage, bou- quet, funeral design or an ar- rangement for the ailing, you’ll find the right floral design within your budget in the most popular varieties and colors. Allen’s Flower Shop cordially invites you to stop in and see what a beautiful selection of flowers and gifts they offer, distinguished by their appropriate appearance. They have been serving the Kings Mountain area since 1946. In this 1982 Business Profile we, the researchers, suggest you remember the name, Allen’s Flower Shop. afgw JIM TESTA CHEVROLET With their large selection of new 1982 Chevrolets, Jim Testa Chevrolet has once again demonstrated that they are one of this area’s leading new car dealers. You can bet there is a new Chevrolet that will fit your needs and in this area the new car dealer to see and compare is at Jim Testa Chevrolet, located at I-85 and Highway No. 161, phone 739-5471 and they are waiting to make you the deal of _ a lifetime on that new car! Whether you are looking for a roomy family car or a gas saving economy model, you will cer- tainly find just the right type of car that will fit your family AND your budget! Note too, that a wide variety of finance plans are available that will make it easier for you to drive away in that new car of your choice and feel confident that you have made a wise choice in a car, financing, and certainly in a dealer. Jim Testa Chevrolet also has a complete repair department with factory trained mechanics to ser- vice what they sell. This is your fully equipped sales and service dealer and as authors of this 1982 Business Profile, we suggest that you make them your “one stop” car headquarters. FOUR POINTS GROCERY & SERVICE RAY & SHIRLEY RUFF, OWNERS The place to go to pick up something for that late night snack or for something to eat at breakfast is Four Points Grocery & Service conveniently located on Oak Grove Road in Kings Mountain, phone 739-7716. The idea behind their business is to serve the people of this area with a wide variety of name brand merchandise, and fast and friendly service. They have stocked their shelves with items often forgot- ten at the supermarket, and items we all need at unusual hours of the morning and even- ing. They feature Chevron gasoline, motor oil and other auto necessities. They offer ample free parking space and fast checkout service, which adds to the reason why so many people drop in morning, noon and night when they’re in a hurry. The writers of this 1982 Business Profile compliment the management and staff of this minimarket for their efforts to offer what is needed, when it is needed. Remember the name FOUR POINTS GROCERY & SERVICE, you’lll find their stock complete and their service extra fast. A R G AUTO REPLACEMENT GLASS INC. STEVE POWELL, VICE PRESIDENT OPERATIONS A R G Auto Replacement Glass, located at 101 W. Franklin Avenue in Gastonia, phone 867-8966, offers the peo- ple of this area glass for every oc- casion. They feature a full line of glass for windows, store fronts, desk tops, coffee tables, pictures, mirrors, and auto glass. Regardless of what item you have that needs glass, all you have to do is take the measurements and give them to them and they will cut it to your exact specifications. Take an inventory in your home today and see what fur- ‘niture you have that a glass top would enhance, or what broken windows may need replacing. _. Take the measurements and on your next trip to town, let them cut it to size while you wait. They also offer a mobile glass service for your car at home, at your business or at your job site. A R G Auto Replacement Glass carries a complete selec- tion of auto and truck glass for most makes and models and will install it while you wait. Your complete satisfaction is guaranteed on all work, and they specialize in insurance claims. The writers of this 1982 Business Profile recommend this excellent glass dealer to all of our readers. NR lad SENSI LL SRA Corl HT WARLICK & HAMRICK ASSOCIATES JOHN D. WARLICK & LARRY D. HAMRICK, OWNERS May we suggest something to you? You probably have an in- surance company or agent with whom you do business. But, to- day, just for your own peace of mind, give Warlick & Hamrick Associates a call at 739-3611 and make an appointment for their agent to come discuss your in- surance needs with you. This agency is one of your local Independent Agents whose first concern is you. They can obtain insurance for you of most kinds including business, life, home, health and auto from any number of reliable major in- surance companies. Their in- dependent status allows them to shop for the best values for you. They will sit down with you and review what you now have and what your insurance needs are. Then, they’ll come up with a complete insurance program that may be better than what you now have and possibly at a lower cost. We, the writers of this 1982 Business Profile, recommend you contact Warlick & Hamrick Associates, located at 106 East Mountain Street in Kings Moun- tain, and make sure your present insurance is adequate for your needs. MASSEY’S HEARING AID SERVICE GLADYS MASSEY, OWNER Massey’s Hearing Aid Service in Gastonia is located at 113 E. Main Ave., phone 866-9956. They feature the Zenetron hear- ing aid and it is fitted to each in- dividual’s need. The consultant is very accurate in taking audiometric measurements and patrons are provided with con- tinuous personal care for uninterrupted better hearing. Call them or send them a card or letter for full information and an appointment. No longer does one need to feel the least bit con- scpicious while wearing a hear- ing aid. : The compilers of this Business Profile give our full endorsement to this hearing aid firm. SHELBY MARINE, INC. WAYNE PUTNAM, GENERAL MANAGER Boating enthusiastics will find that Shelby Marine, located at 1090 Davis Rd. in Shelby, phone 487-9751, is the best dealer in the area to see for any and all boating needs. Whether it be for pleasure boating, fishing or sailing, this fine store will have what you're looking for. Their selection in- cludes dependable Evinrude motors and Alumacraft, Cobia and Hydra-Sports boats. When it comes to marine sup- plies and accessories, they have the finest or can get them for you. If you've been thinking about a new boat or motor, this Business Profile suggests Shelby Marine. FRANCES WELCH SCHOOL OF DANCE The Frances Welch School of Dance, located at 121 West Marion Street in Shelby, phone 487-5956 or 487-9936, features expert instruction in tap, ballet, jazz and ballroom dancing, modeling and aerobics, with sim- ple, easy-to-understand lessons. Adult classes are now being offered in ballet, tap and jazz. This dancing school has built an excelent ‘ reputation throughout the area and welcomes your call or visit. Their instructors will be happy to discuss all the particulars regarding enrollment. You or your child will enjoy the instruc- tion because individual attention is given to all, and the instructors will create a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. Phone 487-5956 or come in and discuss instructions for yourself or your children. We, the writers of, this 1982 Business “Profile deem, cit: a pleasure to commend ‘this danc- ing school for the excellent in- struction offered. PIEDMONT SCHWINN CYCLERY INC. ALBERT (TOAD) & REGGIE DAVIS, OWNERS The Piedmont Schwinn Cyclery located at 258 E. Main Ave. in Gastonia, phone 865-5471, features a complete line of new, used and rebuilt bicycles for the whole family. They also have a very good stock of bicycle parts and do ex- pert repair work on all makes and models. When you get ready to buy a bicycle, stop by and see their large selection. They will be more than willing to lay away a new bike for you for Christmas. We, the editors of this 1982 Business Profile would like to make particular mention of this fine company. GUARNATEE CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO. DEAN LONGBOTTOM, OWNER ‘The Gurantee Carpet Clean- ing & Dye Company, located at 3016 Alton Dr. in Gastonia, phone 864-7996, can get your carpets clean. Dust and dirt settles in carpet and furniture every day and it is impossible to remove all of it with a vacuum cleaner. Call this firm and have them clean it pro- DILLING HEATING COMPANY perly; their process brings back the newness to your carpeting. They specialize in cleaning | and re-dyeing, giving the best of care with a guarantee for their work. This Business Profile suggests you call them and let them pro- fessionally clean or dye your carpeting at fair prices. INC. JOHN DILLING, OWNER Dilling Heating Co., located at 410 York Rd. in Kings Moun- tain, phone 739-3446, carries the famous Lennox heating and air conditioning units for home or business use. They are efficient, easily and quickly installed and reasonably priced with terms to fit your budget. Not only will your home or PROCLAMATION | “KISS YOUR BABY WEEK” WHEREAS, Cystic fibrosis, the number one genetic killer of children and young adults in the United States, is a crippling, debilitating lung and digestive disease; and WHEREAS, Surly diagnosis and treatment are essential to preventing lung damage and lengthening the lives of the thousands of American children who suffer with cystic fibrosis; and yn a business be more comfortable to live and work in with one of these units, but the savings on electricity a central unit makes possible will eventually pay for the cost of its installation. This Business Profile gives this firm our highest recommenda- tion. WHEREAS, parents can help discover cystic fibrosis by kissing their children to detect the sign of a strong, salty taste of the skin; and WHEREAS, “Kiss Y our Baby Week,” sponsored by the Gaston County Association of In- surance Women, is designed tb help parents recognize the sigs of cystic fibrosis, pe NOW, THEREFORE, I, John Henry Moss, Mayor of the ~ W. Gold St., Broyhill To Visit Aug. 30 Congressman James T. Broyhill (R-NC) has announced his schedule for the 1982 Sum- mer “Office Hours” tour throughout the 10th Congres- sional District. : The Lenoir representative will be in Kings Mountain at City Hall on Mon., Aug. 30th, from 2 until 3 p.m. For a full week, Broyhill will be conducting meetings in various towns and cities throughout the district. The “of- fice hours” tour, which Broyhill has scheduled every year since coming to Congress in 1962, will include over 20 stops in the representative’s seven county area. Usually conducting the tour in early August, Broyhill has ex- plained that this year he has had to ‘wait - until the Labor Day recess to conduct his visits because of the heavy workloads in Congress. “Work on the budget and the tax proposals have taken con- siderable time. I have attempted to work out a schedule so that I will not miss any of the work in Congress and still have plenty of time to visit and talk with the _prople back ‘home” Broyhill said. The visit by Broyhill allows people the opportunity to talk with him about problems they ; =i might be having with the dif- ferent facets of federal govern- ment. Broyhill urges persons to come out and see him if they are having problems or wish to ex- press their views or opinions. No appointments are necessary and people will be seen in the order they arrive. Area Students On GC List Dallas, N.C.— Gaston College an- nounces 171 students to the Honor Lists for the Summer Quarter. Fifty students were named to the President’s Honor List. A grade point average of 4.0 on twelve or more hours of work itr a ‘Quaftér is'the requisite” for the President’s Honor List. Mark P. Falkenborg, 806 W. Gold Street, Kings Mountain was named to the President’s Honor List. Joel Ross Roundtree of Grover was also named to this honor. There were 121 students nam- ed to the Dean’s List. Students must take not less than twelve quarter hours of work and main- tain at least a 3.5 average with no grade lower than a “B” in order to achieve this honor. Kings Mountain students named to the Dean’s List include Jody Elvin Deaton, 700 Bridges Drive, Mark P. Falkenborg, 806 and Michael S. Good. Joel Ross Roundtree of Grover was also named to the Dean’s List. KM Students Graduate ASU Three Kings Mountain students received degres at Ap- palachian' State University’s summer commencement last week. Receiving degrees were Charles Barnes, 209 Morris Street, Kings Mountain, masters in physical education; Charles Andy Greene, 305 North Carpenter Street, Kings Moun- tain, masters in economics and business; and Robin Marie Blalock, Route 1, Kings Moun- tain, masters in special educa- tion. ; City of Kings Mountain, North Carolina, do urge all citizens, ° i during National €F Week to NRSC TRAD YS AME AR 552 Te 225, join with. me and the Gaston County “Association of In- surance Women! in learning the signs, of cystic fibrosis, and by virtue of the authority invested in me do hereby, proglaim : SEPTEMBER, 19 25 ‘KISS YOUR BABY WEEK” ~ Mayor, John Henry Moss Ee RE ¥ ¥

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