Page 6A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday. August 26, 1982 Jayvees Open Friday At Bessemer City ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Having qualified as Ad- ministratrix of the estate of Willie Hughes, deceased, late of Gaston County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons hav- ing claims against the estate of said deceased to present them to the undersigned on or before Feburary 19th, 1983, or this notice will ‘be pleaded in bar of their recovery. a All persons indebted to said estate please make immediate payment. This the 19th day of August, 1982. : Joenell Hughes, Administratrix : Estate Of Willie Hughes i Clayward C. Corry, Ir. ; P.O, Box 925 Kings Mountain, N.C. 28086 Telephone: (704) 739-3696 8:19,26 9:2,9 NORTH CAROLINA CLEVELAND COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION File No. 82 SP 321 NOTICE OF SALE IN RE: ESTATE OF VANCE LEE GOODMAN On September 10, 1982, at 12:00 Noon on the following a described property in Cleveland County, North Carolina, as ordered by the Court in the mat- ~~ ter of “In Re: Estate of Vance #4 Lee Goodman”, File No. 82 SP | 321, Office of the Clerk of { Court, Cleveland County, N.C., the undersigned Commissioner will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash the following described property located in No. 11 Township, Cleveland County, N.C., and more fully described as follows: Lying and being in Cleveland County, N.C., in No. 11 i Township, adjoining the lands of a Neton, Seagle, Richards, et al, A and lying and being on the North side of Highway No. 1533 about one and one-half miles South of Casear, N.C. BEGINNING at a point in hy center of Highway 1533 same being the South West corner Norris Seagle’s home lot and runs with center of said yh Highway North 8545 West 28 4 feet to a point in center of said Highway same being Odus Richard’s corner; thence with Richard’s line North 57-30 West 173 feet to a pine in Richard’s 1 line; thence through the proper- ty of Leonard Newton’s the following calls: North 6-25 East 222 feet to an iron stake a new corner and South 84-10 East 115.5 feet to an iron stake in the line of Norris Seagle thence with Seagle’s line South 6-20 East 307.4 feet to the beginning, con- taining 9/10 of an acre according to a survey of J.D. Turner, Registered Surveyor, made June 23, 1969. Being a part of the four acre & tract as deeded by Norris Seagle, o et al, to Leonard newton and ¥ wife, Helen M. Newton by deed _ dated October 14, 1968, and or record in the Cleveland County i Registry in Deed Book 12-Q, 7 page 171. : The highest bidder shall be re- LE quired to deposit 5% of his bid i ; at the time of the sale. The bidding will remain in : open 10 days for an increased : bid. ¢ This the 10th day of August, £1982. : : HOYLE L. GOODMAN : Commissioner - 8:19,26 9:2,9 i i i - ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE : Having qualified as Ad- * ministratrix of the estate of Joe : Thomas Jimson, deceased, late :of Cleveland County, North = Carolina, this is to notify all per- sons having claims against the - estate of said deceasedto present i: them to the undersigned on or © before February 5, 1983, or this ' notice will be pleaded in bar of © their recovery. All persons in- ©: debted to said estate please make :, payment. : This the 5th day of August, 1982. Geneva Camp Jimson, © Administratrix © Of The Estate Of +. Joe Thomas Jimson £. Clayward C. Corry, Jr. ~- Attorney at Law £: P.O. Box 925 © Kings Mountain, N.C. 28086 ~ Phone: (704) 739-3696 © 8:5,12,19,26 SOFTBALL GAME The Kings Mountain Police will play the Kings Mountain © Rescue Squad in a benefit soft- ball game Saturday at 7 p.m. at Macedonia Field. All tickets sold in July to the game which was rained out will be honored. Kings Mountain High’s jayvee football team will open 1982 play Friday at 5 p.m. at Bessemer City. It’s the first of eight games for the Little Mountaineers, who hope to be much-improved over last year, when they were 2-5-1. Most of the players on this year’s team were members of the Kings Mountain Junior High team last fall which finished 5-2. ' Head Coach Tim Echols, who is assisted this year by Warren Goforth, feels his team will be streng in the passing department and hopes to develop a sound running game. Maury Williams will open at quarterback for the Mounties, and Lavar Curry, the leading rusher and pass receiver at the junior high last year, will start at Mounties Scrimmage Thursday : (Cont. From Page 1) On defense, Pressley and Schronce look good at safety. Goode, Mathis, Short and Zack Roseboro are battling for the cornerback positions. Johnson will probably start at one inside linebacker position and Tommy Welch and Randy Whitaker are battling for the other. Dixon, Stowe and Odems look good at outside linebacker. Hullender is a strong possibili- ty at defensive end, and since his injury Champion, Reynolds, Rainey and David Parker have also beeing working there. Graham, Potter, David Put- nam and Dale Moore are com- peting at defensive tackle. “We’re going to play as many as we can there and try to get them a lot of playing time,” Brooks said. Brooks said it’s hard to say what the team’s greatest strength will be until after he’s seen them in action, but it could be depth at running back, and the ex- perience on the strong side of the line. “We haven’t had depth in several years,” he said, “and we feel real good about that situa- tion. It’s a good problem of try- ing to decide who to start. The main thing is we just need to keep everybody healthy and con- tinue to progress.” Thursday’s scrimmage at In- dependence will begin at 7:30. Kings Mountain fans planning to attend should take In- dependence - Boulevard by the Charlotte Coliseum to Albemarle Road. Take a left on Albemarle Road and go four to five miles and turn right on Lawyers Road. Go two or three miles to the first stop light and take a left. The school is about a half mile. Soccer Program To Begin The Kings Mountain Parks and Recreation Department is in the process of organizing its soc- cer program for the 1982 season. The Kings Mountain teams will compete this year in the Gaston County Soccer League. Age groups include seven, eight and nine year olds; 10, 11 and 12 year olds; and 13, 14 and 15 year olds. Cutoff date for rosters will be October 15. Proof of age will be required (birth certificate or in- dividual school letter). ) Registration will begin Mon., Aug. 30 and continue through Fri., Sept. 3. Players may register any day between 6 and 9 p.m. at the office of the City Athletic Director, room 207 in the Kings Mountain Neighborhood Facili- ty Center, 208 North Cleveland Avenue. Each participant will be asked to pay a $10 registration fee. The fee will cover each child’s insurance plus soccer tee- shirt costs. For more informa- tion, call George Adams at 739-9631. tailback. Targe Wofford will be at fullback and Jody Sellers at flanker. On the line, Robert Appling will open at split end, with Neal Morris at quick guard, Brad Jones at center, Shane Crawford at strong guard, Jarvis Young at quick tackle, Thurndon Brown at strong tackle and Greg Young at tight end. Many of the same players will start on defense, as Echols and Goforth have only 31 prospects to work with. Appling will be joined by Rocky Lutz, Kale Bagwell and Lavon Crocker at linebacker. Brown will start at tackle along with Scott Falls and Williams and Teddy Wilson will ot be the ends. Wofford, Michael Grier and Danny Moore will be in the secondary. The Little Mountaineers will play their first three games on the road before facing 4-A Hunter Huss in their first home game on September 16. THE SCHEDULE AUGUST 27 - at B, City SEPTEMBER 2 - at Burns 9 - at Ashbrook 16 - Huss 23 - E. Ruth. 30 - at Crest OCTOBER 7 - Lincolnton 14 - Shelby SOFTBALL There will be an open softball tournament Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 24, and on Monday, September 6, at Deal Street Park. Any teams interested in play- ing should contact George Adams at 739-9631. Linwood Produce Ln SPLASH PARTY A “Splash Party” will be held Friday from 6:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. at the Deal Street Swimming Pool. In addition to the pool, the Championship Putt Golf Course will be open. A full line of concessions will be available. & Restauran Cleveland Ave. - 739-7308 Cold Watermelon Fresh Tomatoes, Lettuce, Cabbage, Plums Ya Liter Sun-Drop FREE the purchase of any wh with ole Submarine Sundwiches 11” meal on bun T Cra family center ‘WEST GATE PLAZA — SHELBY RD. | . KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C. 1.27. 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