a kik Soa rn SS fa SHARON ANNETTE HINSON (Bride-elect of William Eugene McCarter Jr.) ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. David Franklin Hinson of Shelby announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Annette, to William Eugene McCarter Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. McCarter Sr. of Kings Mountain. The bride-elect is a 1979 graduate of Shelby High School and a 1983 graduate of Ap- palachian State University with a B.S. degree in Communica- tion Arts. She is a member of Kappa Delta Sorority. The pro- spective bridegroom is a 1979 graduate of Kings Mountain High School and a 1983 graduate of Appalachian State Univer- sity with a B.S. degree in Industrial Education and Technology. He is employed by Talbert, Cox and Associates in Charlotte. A December 3 wedding is planned at Boyce Memorial A.R.P. Church. ; PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY GARY STEWART Editor DARRELL AUSTIN General Manager GARLAND ATKINS Publisher MEMBER OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS ASSOCIATION The Herald is published by Herald Publishing House, P.O. Box 752, Kings Mountain, North Carolina. 28086. Business and editorial offices are located at Canterbury Road-East King Street. Phone 733-7496. Second class postage paid at Kings Mountain, N.C. Single copy 25 cents. Subscription rates: $10.40 yearly in-state. $5.20 six months. $11.44 yearly out of state. $5.72 six months. Student rates for nine months, $7.80. USPS 931-040. To I A a a wr wir a mr MRS. JAMES MICHAEL BIGGER (Barbara Ann Wilson) Wilson-Bigger Couple Exchange Marriage Vows Barbara Ann Wilson and James Michael Bigger were united in marriage August 27 at Mount Olive Baptist Church in Kings Mountain. Rev. Willie A. Maddox of- ficiated. Carl Bennix, organist, and Mrs. Treda Berry, vocal soloist, presented a program of wedding music. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wilson of Route 4, Kings Mountain. She is a graduate of Kings Mountain High School and Durham Business College. She is employed by Duke Power Com- pany in Charlotte. The bridegroom is the son of QUILTING CLASS Mrs. Paul McGinnis will begin quilting classes on September 12 and 13 for begin- ners and intermediate quilters. There will be one night class. Call 739-3914 for reservations. George Bigger of Kings Moun- tain and Mrs. Delois Stewart of Bloomfield, Conn. He is a graduate of Clover High School and is employed by Burlington Transportation. The bride was given in mar- riage by her parents. Mrs. Doris W. Wallace of Kings Mountain was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were Nadine Williams of Kings Mountain and Mrs. Ida McCauley of Charlotte. Child attendant was LeKeisha Wynnette Wilson. William Bigger of Gastonia was best man. Ushers were Bruce Graham, Kelly Woods, Dennis Armstrong and Brown Mason, all of Gastonia. The bride’s parents hosted a reception following the wedding at the Mount Olive fellowship hall. Following a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C., the couple will live in Kings Mountain. MRS. DEWAYNE NEIL HUTTO (Penny Renee Canipe) Canipe-Hutto Couple Exchange Marriage Vows Penny Renee Canipe of Shelby and DeWayne Neil Hut- to of Kings Mountain exchanged their marriage vows August 21 at Thompson Gardens in Shelby. Rev. Charles B. Horne of- ficiated. Elizabeth Watkins, organist and vocal soloist, presented a program of wedding music. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Canipe of 1800 Kings Road, Shelby. She attended Crest High School and is presently a student at Cleveland Tech. She is the granddaughter of Dovie Canipe of Shelby and Ethel Towery of Forest City. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hutto of 808 Fourth Street, Kings Moun- tain. He attended Kings Moun- tain High School and is employed by Parkdale Mills of Kings Mountain. He is the grandson of Baner McDaniel of Kings Mountain. The bride was given in mar- riage by her father. Her aunt, Becky Goforth of Forest City, was Matron of Honor. The groom’s sister, Emily Hutto of Gastonia, was bridesmaid. Turn To Page 14-A This Message Brought To You By Your Friends At Home Federal Savings and Loan Association KINGS MOUNTAIN AND BESSEMER CITY DRIVE § AFLELY on it! Now that schools everywhere are opening their doors to our children to teach them what they will need to know to carry them into adulthood, please, drive carefully and watch out for our children — they may not be watching out for you. Children don’t always obey traffic rules, but please see that you do — especially in and around school zones. Give our Kids the opportunity to grow and learn proper safety. Give our kids a brake — the future depends SCH We at Home Federal are happy to serve the people in any way we can. We thank you for your business and the support you have given us. Come by to see us for all y or ings and Loan needs. our Sav- 001% OPEN om A, en i Pe

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