N40 si DONNA JOLEAN McHONE : (Bride-elect of Robert S. Crotts) ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. Cager J. McHone of Shelby an- nounce the engagement of their daughter. Donna Jolean, to Robert S. Crotts, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Larry W. Crotts. Miss McHone is a 1981 graduate of Kings Mountain High School and is employed in the cosmetics department of Belk-Stevens of Shelby. The prospective bridegroom is a 1979 graduate of Shelby High School and is a former student at Limestone Col- lege. He is employed by Independent Life Insurance Company of Gastonia and is a Loadmaster in the flight squadron of the North Carolina National Guard. The couple plan a March 27 wedding at First Assembly in Gastonia. DANA COUCH ...Bride-elect of Gregory Roy Smith ENGAGED- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Couch of Kings Mountain announce the engagement of their daughter, Dana, to Gregory Roy Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Odus Smith of Kings Mountain. The bride-to-be is a 1982 graduate of Kings Mountain High School and is employed by the Holiday Inn. She is the grand- daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Hullender and Mr. and Mrs. Williard Couch of Forest City. The prospective bridegroom is a 1980 graduate of Kings Mountain High School. He is in the United States Air Force and is stationed at Shep- pard Air Force Base, Texas. Following the wedding. he will be stationed in London, England. The wedding will be held on January 29 at 5 p.m. at Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church. MRS. JAMES MARSHALL LOCKRIDGE (Tammy Denise Causby) Causby- Lockridge Vows Spoken At Chestnut Ridge Tammy Denise Causby of Kings Mountain and James Marshall Lockridge of Shelby ex- changed their marriage vows on January 1 at Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church. Rev. Mitchell Pruitt, pastor, officiated. Billie Hicklin, organist and vocal soloist, presented a program of wedding music. “The ‘bride is ‘the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby W. Causby of 105 McGinnis Street, Kings Mountai. She attended Kings Mountain schools. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Lockridge of Shelby. He is a 1980 graduate of Crest High School and is in the U.S. Navy. The bride was given in mar- riage by her father. She chose her sister, Roxanne Morgan, as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were the bride’s sisters, Bobbie Ann and Bobbie Jo Causby of Kings Mountain, and the Miss Cole Tours London Lindsay Michelle Cole of Kings Mountain was one of 168 Wingate College sophomores who toured six European cities recently. Miss Cole spent 10 days in London. The tours were a part of the college’s fifth annual Winterna- | tional study-travel program. The program affords eligible Wingate sophomores the opportunity for the experience in international living by covering the cost of air travel, lodging and breakfast within the regular tuition. To date, 1,165 students have travel- ed abroad as a culmination of whichever semester-long Winter- - national seminar they elected to take. groom’s sister, Carol Ann Lockridge of Shelby. Laura and Ronda Falls were flower girls and Joey Morrison was ring bearer. The groom’s father was best man. Ushers were Keith Lockridge, Dewayne Lockridge : and Mark Lockridge, all of Virgin and Mike Yancuck of Bridges, made the es dress. The bride’s parents hosted a reception following the wedding in the church fellowship hall. The newlyweds will reside in Norfolk, Va. ; BOOK CHARACTERS - MR. AND MRS. JEFFREY CHAMPION (Cathy Shelaine Conner) Cathy Conner, Jeff Champion Wed In Home Ceremony Cathy Shelaine Conner and Jeffrey Wayne Champion ex- changed their wedding vows December 23 in an 8 p.m. ceremony at the home of the bride’s sister, Debra Williams. Sutherland of Gaffney, S.C. He is a 1982 graduate of Cleveland Tech and is stationed in the United States Army. He is cur- rently taking basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He will Academically Talented students at North School recently read biographies or autobiographies of famous people. After reading the books, they dressed as the character they studied and other students guessed who they were. Seated, left to right, are Michael Phillips as graduate from basic in February Rev. Kennety L. Fuller, pastor of the Salvation Army, of- ficiated. The bride. Satie ‘daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Conner of 818 West Gold Street, Kings Mountain. She is a 1982 graduate of Cleveland Tech. The groom is the son of Leonard Champion of Route 2, Kings Mountian, and Linda Alabama, The bride was giv riage by her father. He only tendant: was her sister, Debr. Williams. of Kings Mountain. John Hancock, Chris Davidson as Benjamin Franklin, Misty Whetstine as Louisa Alcott and Nickie Jackson as Chris Evert Lloyd. Back row, Cristi Putnam as Pocahontas, Amy Scism as Pocahontas, Brian Barrett as Peter Revsen and Arthur Nanakornpanom as George Dewey. a yn mn See aa A.T. CHARACTERS - Students in the Academically Talented program at West School are pictured dressed as characters they read about recently. Students gave clues on who they were and other students guessed. ' Front row, left to right, are Craig Smith as John Young, Matthew Welborn as Geronimo, Matt Bell as Davey Crockett, Emily Campbell as Christopher Columbus and Christy Carrigan as Helen Keller. Second row, Casey Shipman as John Wayne, Andy Hollifield as Johnny Unitas, Lennie Wright as Daniel Boone, Roy Stamner as Abraham Lincoln, Chris Bridges as William Tell, Susan Hendricks and Chris Evert Lloyd, Tina Nicholson as Dol- ly Madison and Alex Nolan as Daniel Boone. Back row, Scott Belcher as Lee Trevino, Rivers Smith as Squanto, Chris Plonk as Pele, Ryan Hollifield as Ray Charles, Chad Plonk as Carlton Fisk, Shane Jackson as Paul Revere, Cindy Moore as Harriett Tubman, Stephanie Brown as Olivia Newton-John and Betsy Mcintyre as Kathy Miller. RO a A a a il ie ad lc Sh i a and then will go to Alabama for AJIT. The couple will reside | in Best man was Ricky Greene Mpin at lh bs. hon ot u | 5 { } t i \ NBS

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