. Police ~ Report Larcenies week. ~ West Warren Street, reported that tires on their cars ~ were punctured while they were parked at 827 Ramseur Street. Kings Mountain Police Department number of larcenies and damage to property during the past Reports included: ~ Burns and Spangler reported damage to property at their con- struction site on North Pied- mont. A windshield, valued at - $200, was broken out of a 1978 Ford truck. Billy J. Nance of 611 Gantt Street reported the theft of a weed eater, valued at $150. ~ Ronald Dale Yarbro, 919 ‘Sterling Drive, reported damage to his lawn and the cutting of two pine trees. investigated a’ SCHOOL. BUS SAFETY *3 Ad Each year, North Carolina's school buses travel thousands of miles without serious injuries. Most fatalities happen when a young child forgets to follow school bus safety regulations. Make sure you remind your child to stand back COVERED DISH Dixon Presbyterian Church will have a covered dish supper Saturday at 6 p.m. in the church fellowship hall. Following the meal, a goal-setting program will be led by Rev. Graham Wood. BAKE, YARD SALE ' The Senior Citizens of First Wesleyan Church will sponsor a bake sale and yard sale Saturday from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the church. GOSPEL SING There will be a gospel singing Sunday at 7 p.m. at Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church. Featured singers will be The Thronemen. Rev. Mitchell Pruitt, pastor, in- vites the public to attend. bie he Jee sh de ve de ok dk kook kok ok kok ok of Thursday. August 26, 1982- KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 9A First Assembly of God 105 Waco Road Sunday School 10 a.m. - Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening 6:30 - Wednesday 7:00 Call for Prayer 739-1898 9-11:30 a.m. Monday Thru Friday Carolyn Baliks - Pastor Shelby Jeffcoat - Co-Pastor 8:26,9:2,9,16,23 “STRENGTH THROUGH SERVING PEOPLE’ Serving Your Gaston County Since 1905 DERAL ~ Cindy Bell of 401 Baker when the school bus is approaching and to move away from Street, Yr gs Mountain, and the bus as soon as he departs. Fall Tours Savi & loan Sandra Kay Robinson of 407 Remember, school bus safety begins at home. Houser Tours ngs Shelby, ~ Stacey Wells of 106 Falls Street reported the theft of a theft of four quarts of oil, valued at $4, and $16 damage to the oil rack. ~ Pathway Baptist Church, - Grover Road, and Davey Gar- mon of Route 3, Bessemer City, - reported the theft of batteries. Tom Crocker, 201 Orr Ter- race, reported that two windows ‘were borken out of apartment 40. ‘Brenda Elliott, 512 Harmon Court, reported the theft of $37. Can Do Hosiery on Ruppe Street reported the theft of a riding lawn mower, valued at $1,400. ~~ Mildred White of Route 1, ‘Casar, reported the theft of hub- caps, valued at $400, while her car was parked at Kings Moun- tain Hospital. For a free copy of School Bus Safety: Guide For Parents, write: Division of Information and Publications, Room 352, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh, N. C. 27611 from . .. Tom Mann WHEN I WAS A KID in Alabama we laughed at a tongue-twister that went like this: “The stump thunk the skunk stunk, and the skunk thunk the stump stunk!” Well, it reminds me to tell you about fishin’ stumps if you don’t want to get skunked. Stumps are favorite hangouts for fish. There are two kinds of stumps, mainly, those you can see and those you can’t. But if you'll stand up when you fish stumpy areas you'll see a lot more submerged stumps than you can sitting down. Here's how I fish stumps. First, I pick out the shady side because that usually where a big, ol’ bass will bask for two reasons. One, he’s hidden in the shadow where other fish can’t see him. And two, other fish will be in the sun so he can see better to ambush them. I make my first cast well past the stump so as not to spook a wary bass, pike, musky, or trout. Then I retrieve my lure up to the stump and pause to work it slowly past the fish hiding there. Fish all sides of the stump, then move on to the next one. Stump fishing is fun, try it! BRER TOM’S CLOSING TIP: If you get skunked fishing stumps then you might agree with the skunk that thunk the stump stunk. On the other hand . . . Sept. 12-13-14, Oct. 3-4-5, 10-11-12 Special Price 3 or 4 in raom pe 2 in room *185. r Tour Esc Be ort Je er he fair ground, i ne Fe hs Lr ly 0 avoid long lines. & tres & Dempar | is a ik for the Fall Foilage to change in the mountains in their multi-color dress, WILLIAMSBURG PRE-CHRISTMAS TOUR Dec. 16-17-18 An opportunity you con ex| $195.00 perience only in Colonial Williamsburg Bc 3 ok he sk ee ee dk ke kk Ae dk ok ok kd bicycle. GRAND OLE OPRY—OPRYLAND ~ Doris Odyms of 83 Pine Fim oct. 222324 oe 5150.00 Maner repofted that a check for od Nat Shean ER fo oN t Lueny $202 was stolen from her Nov. 15-19 $636.00 S ION AJ O mailbox. Pls 3 Day Stopover in Orlando 304 Dune 104 Beaty Rd. - Belmont "McGill Service Station on FISHIN I TI PS iE : behind Mt. Holly TV & Appliance East King Street, reported the N 307 S. Elm st. 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