== Thursday, August 26, 1982-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 5A ‘From Here It Looks Like Crest, UNC Much to the dismay of hundreds of children who did not want to return to school this week, summer vacation is over. Much to the joy of thousands of area high school and college foot- ball fans, the opening of the fall season is just around the corner. Thus, it is time to take our annual peek at the area football teams and make a few statements concerning the coming season. Making predictions is a dangerous thing, but something writers love to do. You're not right much of the time, but when you are, you can brag a little. A This column is likely to be posted on some locker room bulletin boards, just as many of the past ones I’ve written. Jim Biggerstaff, the veteran South Point football coach and athletic director, used to say I was always worth a touchdown when the Raiders played Kings Mountain’s Mountaineers. So after that, I turn- ed the weekly predicting over to the Fearless One, Dwight Frady, and his always-interesting column will begin next week in the Herald. Several years back, I was partly responsible for a championship season by East Gaston’s Warriors. In my pre-season picks, I predicted East Gaston would finish sixth in the Southwestern 3-A Conference. Kings Mountain native Jerry Adams, the Warriors’ head coach, circl- ed it with a red pen, tacked it up on the bulletin board and had his players look at it every day after practice. But, that’s okay. It gives us all something to laugh about. This year’s high school race could be wide open. There are four teams in the SWC who appear strong on paper. There are several others who have a lot of potential. But, games aren’t won on paper. Usually, the teams that win are the ones who have good talent to start with, get breaks along the way, and stay away from injuries. Most of the SWC teams have talent this year. Some just don’t have enough of it. It appears the three teams with the most talent are Crest, Shelby and East Rutherford. The Chargers have most of the players back from Stewart’s Slants By Gary Stewart last year’s team which won the SWC and made it to the state semi- STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CLEVELAND IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE See Appointment Of Substitute Trustee As Recorded In Book 17-V at Page 414 Cleveland County Registry In the Matter of the Foreclosure of the Deed of Trust of HAMRICK INVESTMENT CO., INC. Grantor, : To ROBERT L. BRADLEY, Trustee. As recorded in Book 909 at Page 432 of the Cleveland Public Registry Under. and.by..virtue..of the .. poper and authority contained in #hat certdin Deed’of Trust ex- ecuted and delivered by Hamrick Investment Co., Inc., % Roland’ M. Hamrick, Jr., dated March 17,1982, and recorded in the Of- fice of the Register of Deeds for Cleveland County, North Carolina, in Book 909 at Page 432 and because of default in the payment of: the indebtedness thereby secured ‘and: failure to carry out or perform the stipula- tions and agreements therein contained’ and pursuant to the demand of the owner and holder of the indebtedness secured by said Deed of Trust, and pursuant to the Order of the Clerk of Superior Court for Cleveland County, North Carolina, entered in this foreclosure proceeding, the undersigned : George B. ° Thomasson, Substitute Trustee, will expose for sale at public auc- tion on the 31st day of August, 1982, at 11:00 A.M. at the door of the Cleveland County Cour- thouse, Shelby, North Carolina, the following described real pro- perty (including the house and any other improvements thereon): See Attached Exhibit “A” Exhibit “A” FIRST TRACT: Being Lot No. 47 in Block -“G” of the Royster Development Co. Sub- division. South .ef Shelby, accor- ding to a survey made by G. Sam Rowe, CE., Plat of which is recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Cleveland County, North Carolina, in Plat Book 6 at Page 30 for further ‘reference and identification. FOR TITLE REFERENCES, See Deed Books 6-J at Page 87, 6-L at Page 317 and 6-P at Page 359 of the Cleveland County Registry. SECOND TRACT: Being Lot 48, in Block “B6f the Royster Development Co., Subdivision, South of Shelby, according to a survey by G. Sam Rowe, CE, Plat of which is recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Cleveland County in Book6¢, = - at Page 30 for further reference” and identification. ,. ... . Being located South of the Civ; ty of Shelby and about 600 feet East of Highway No. 18,aidbe- 4 ing on the North side of Oakdale Drive and BEGINNING:=at-an stake in the North edge of Oakdale Drive, the same being the Southeast corner of Lot No. 47 and the said point being located 590 feet East along the said street, from its intersection with the East edge of Highway 18; and running thence with the East line of Lot No. 47, North 11-57 East 216 feet to a stake in the South edge of Forest Street; thence with the South edge of Forest Street as it curves in an Easterly direction about South 80 East 83 feet to a stake, the same being the Northwest cor- ner of Lot No. 49, of the said property; thence with the West line of Lot No. 49, in a Southwesterly direction 206 feet to a stake in the North edge of Oakland Drive, being the Southwest corner of Lot No. 49; thence with the edge of Oakdale Drive North 74-55 West 90 feet to the place of BEGINNING, the same being the property shown in a deed of record in Book 6-N at Page 577 of the Cleveland County Register’s Of- fice from M.G. Russ and wife to ~ L.R. Noblitt dated August 4, 1951, the same referred to: for further identification and .« description of the said property. FOR FURTHER TITLE REFERENCE, See Deed Books 6-L at Page 317, 6-S at Page 438 and 6-T at Page 205 of the Cleveland County Registry. Property Address: Oakdale Drive, Shelby, North Carolina 28150. The sale will be made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, restrictions and easements of record and assessments, if any. The record owner(s) of the above-described real property as reflected on the records of the Cleveland County Register of Deeds not more than ten (10) days prior to the posting of this Notice is Hamrick Investment Co., Inc., c/o Roland Hamrick, Jr. Pursuant to North Carolina General Statute 45-21.10(b), and the terms of the Deeds of Trust, any'successful bidder may be re- quired to deposit with the Substitute Trustee immediately upon conclusion of the sale a cash deposit of ten (10%) per- ‘cent’ of the bid up to and in- cluding 51,000.00 plus five (5%) percent of any excess over $1,000.00. Any successful bid- der will be required to tender the full balance purchase price so bid in cash or certified check at the time the Substitute Trustee tenders to him a deed for the pro- perty or attempts to tender such deed, and should said successful bidder fail to pay the full balance purchase price so bid at that time, he will remain liable on his bid as provided for in North Carolina General Statute 45-21.30 (d) and (e). This sale will be held open ten (10) days for upset bids as re- quired by law. This the 21st day of July, 1982. George B. Thomasson; Substitute Trustee 8:1926 HOT DOGS ' Chestnut Ridge Volunteer _Fige Department will sponsor a dog and ice cream sale Satur- day beginning at 11 a.m. at the HBR fite C re department. All proceeds will go toward the purchase of new equipment. For carry out orders, call 739-1416. finals on the 3-A level. They have one of the state’s outstanding runn- ing backs in Robert McCluney. And with a jayvee team which lost on- ly one game comimg on to fill in the vacant slots, it appears the Chargers could take it all again. Shelby can always be placed at or near the top, and this year is no exception. The Lions, too, have most of the players coming back from last year. East Rutherford appears to be coming on strong under second-year coach Rodney Nobles. The Cavaliers not only have most of their players back, but have an unbeaten jayvee team coming up. The fourth team that appears capable of winning it all is East Gaston. The Warriors lost some good linemen, but they have a strong backfield which features Henderson Wallace, a good runner and passer, at quarterback, speedy James Wright at tailback and a bullish runner, Bobby Russell, at fullback. The Warriors will likely fill the air with footballs this fall. South Point, a perennial power, is down this year, but you can never count a Jim Biggerstaff-coached team out. Biggerstaff will field a good first team, but has a lack of depth which could hurt him. He has one of the best quarterbacks in the SWC in Scott Lee and has a good running back in Akron Young. ; Kings Mountain will also field a good first team and has the best running game it’s had since the Kevin Mack-Avery Smith year of 1979, when the Mounties finished 8-2 and second in the SWC to South Point, which won the state title. With the right breaks and barr- ing injuries, the Mounties could be a threat. North Gaston has some experience on both the line and in the backfield, but Coach Roger Dixon will have a tough time replacing quarterback Alex Saylors, who was one of the best field generals in the area last year. He single-handedly beat Kings Mountain last year. Burns won’t be as good as last year and will not be a threat, and neither will Chase and R-S Central. THE PREDICTION: 1. Crest 2. Shelby 3. East Rutherford 4. East Gaston 5. Kings Mountain 6. South Point 7. Burns 8. North Gaston 9. R-S Central 10. Chase. * kk On the area college level, look for North Carolina’s Tar Heels to win DEPARTMENT STORE KINGS MOUNTAIN. NC Feel expensive. Koret lets you indulge in the luxury of pure Australian Wool, at a price that's a pleas- ant surprise. The Bolero Jacket features elegant top stitching and shirred shoulder details for a soft, contemporary look. The softly pleated Skirt with comfortable side pockets completes this suit look. KORET Expensive in every way but the price. ©1982 Koret of California, Inc. \ the ACC, with defending national champion Clemson placing second. Clemson, with Kings Mountain’s Kevin Mack at fullback, opens Monday against Georgia. Some say that game has lost some glitter since Georgia lost Herschel Walker, but you can bet the Bulldogs will ‘be hard to beat in Athens. If Carolina can beat top-ranked Pittsburgh in its opener and pick up steam early, the Tar Heels could win the national championship. They have that kind of talent. N.C. State Coach Monte Kiffin is crying because of a rash of in- juries and illness among his players, but he could be setting some peo- ple up. State has a lot of talent—including Kings Mountain’s Markus Hager at starting defensive end—and could be a threat in the ACC. Duke and Maryland will battle for the fourth and fifth spots, with Wake Forest and Virginia bringing up the rear. Georgia Tech is not eligible for the ACC title. ; Nationally, Pitt, Alabama and Washington will be at the top of the rankings, and look for Florida to be a surprise. Tennis Results Layton and Johnna Patterson defeated Brian Webster and Charity Williams 8-3; Reece Crocker and Bill Moskal defeated Rame Eskridge and Traci Horton 9-7. Results of last week’s action in the Kings Mountain Youth Ten- nis League: Scott Layton defeated Reece Crocker, 8-0; Brian Webster defeated Rame Eskridge 8-0; Traci Horton defeated Charity Wiliams 8-1; Johnna Patterson defeated Bill Moskal 8-3; Scott This will be the last week of action. : Kings Mountain Jaycees Car Wash Saturday August 28th at - Hank's Steak House 9:00 a.m. 'til $3.00 per car Proceeds to N.C. Burn Center a I a ME in he a

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